Professional Development: Here are 3 great professional development books, including Results Now, designed to help increase student achievement! The first professional development book is titled Results Now by Mike Schmoker. I had the opportunity
How Full is Your Bucket and School Leadership that Works, a great set of 2 books for any school leader's professional development! School Leadership that Works - From Research to Results by Marzano, Waters, and McNulty. 194 pages. Based on their
Moral Classrooms, Moral Children is a thought provoking look at the teachers role as a moral guide. In today's classroom, teachers are expected, without offense, to address moral issues in the classroom. This book helps direct the educator in
Student book provides 65 reading lessons to promote reading for comprehension. Timed tests and vocabulary and phonics skills also practiced. This is a support text for students struggling in reading and comprehension.
This book is full of activities from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood for teachers, parents, and child care providers. This book drives on the idea of creative play. It has 370+ pages of activities for children to do indoors and outdoors. They're all
Full-color photos with techer descriptions on organizing one's classroom. Arrival, center and homework routines. Simple seating and sign-out systems, space-saving storage and more.
Word Games to kindle divergent thinking. Reproducible pages. Offers challenges, curiosity, flexible thinking, innovation and sense of accomplishment are all present in the practice skills this book entails. These activities are entertaining, build
Over 55, self-concept/value activities with a graphic organizer or template for each one. How to solve problems with homework, bedtime, general health and lifestyle. Ways to make friends and keep friends. Thought provoking questions for managing
Many graphic organizers to help students learn science using a step by step approach. Reproducibles are limited to one classroom but the ideas can be used by anyone to reproduce. Lots of Data sheets for a variety of experiments. Seeds, rocks, water,
K-12 Curriculum and activity guide for teaching through the sciences. Inlcudes topics such as wildlife population, habitats, ecosystems, interdependence, biodiversity and more.
This copy of The Everything Classroom Management Book (A teacher's guide to an organized, productive, and calm classroom) (2009) by Eric Groves, Sr. is in excellent, "Like New" condition. It is an essential reference book for first-year teachers or
Time To Teach: Encouragement, Empowerment, and Excellence in Every Classroom by Rick; Hyatt, Judy; Dobbins, Carolyn; Dahlgren This book focuses on proven strategies for teaching important skills to students, evaluating their successes, and
With suggestions for classroom teaching, student relations, classroom management, working w/others, and personal development, 501 is definitely packed with ideas for every aspect of a teacher's life. Some of the tips we all hear in our EDU classes,
This book is an excellent resource for all special education teachers. I especially recommend it for new teachers because it basically covers, in depth, the information that a first year teacher needs to organize their classroom, implement programs
Carnegie Corporation's landmark 1989 report, Turning Points: Preparing American Youth for the 21st Century, focused national attention on the long-neglected needs of adolescent youth. In the following decade, hundreds of middle grades schools
"Though not nearly as terrific as his KINDERGARTEN book, Uh-Oh is a great read. Fullugham has some unique perspectives. This is a terrific book that can be savored a few pages at a time. The included essays are often funny, sometimes touching, and
Over 3 million copies have been sold of the preeminent book on classroom management and teaching for lesson achievement. The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through the most effective ways to begin a school year and continue to
Accessibly written and easy to use, this comprehensive book covers everything professionals and students need to know about DSM-IV. Following the same format as DSM-IV, the text presents every diagnosis. For each it includes case examples, a
The first-ever book to show businesses step by step how to capitalize on advertising programs offered by Google, the world's #1 search engine, with more than 200 million search queries per dayWritten by a veteran For Dummies author working in
This helpful resource includes definitions and characteristics of 16 challenges students may face, including autism, dyslexia, emotional disorders, and being gifted and talented. Important issues such as privacy and eligibility are discussed, and
Of all the things that are essential to high performing schools, nothing is more important than the teacher and what that person knows, believes and can do. A teacher1s skill makes a difference in student performance, not only in achievement scores,
"In Teach With Your Strengths, you'll hear from great teachers, many of whom reveal their unorthodox - and sure to be controversial - approaches. You'll gain key insights gleaned from 40 years of research into great teaching. And, you'll take an
Chapter Titles: Enthusiasm Adventure, Creativity, Reflection, Balance, Compassion, Confidence, Humor, Comon Sense, Appreciation, and Resilience. This is an excellent resource for boosting enthusiasm and creating a spark in your teachers. Also, I
Previously used softcover book but still in good condition: PRIME TIME TOGETHER…WITH KIDS Creative Ideas, Activities, Games and Projects by Donna Erickson. The table of contents divides information into activities for spring, summer, fall, winter
TEACHING STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS Canadian Edition by Tom E.C. Smith, Edward A. Polloway, James R. Patton, Carol A. Dowdy, Nancy Lee Heath Some highlighting inside but still in very good condition. Includes shipping.
50 great templates to help students get more out of reading writing science and social studies. Examples include: Language arts (reading comprehension, writing, vocabulary) Follow the clues Story board Main idea Editors checklist Social studies
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners is a book that masterfully blends classic and cutting edge research to focus standards-based practices on all learners. Countless options, exemplar teacher ideas from across the nation, practical tools make the
This book could easily pass as brand new. Topics vary from History to Dreams and even the Arts. It is almost like an Almanac of sorts, and is great for independent reading, especially inspiring those "reluctant" readers! Please note that this
Easy Stories for Language by Patty R. Schuchardt can be used to facilitate the development of receptive and expressive language skills as children listen to stories, answer questions, retell stories, and relate the story situations to their personal
Books are '10 minute Activities' and 'One Hour Crafts for Kids'. The first book introduces children to color, shapes, and textures with over 15 illustrated ideas using familiar household materials. 2nd book has step-by-step illustrations that show
USED BOOK: Teacher Mentoring and Induction: The State of the Art and Beyond, Edited by Hal Portner Hardback, excellent condition Published by Corwin Press, 2005
USED BOOK: The First Amendment in Schools By Haynes, Chaltain, Ferguson, Hudson, & Thomas Paperback, excellent condition ASCD First Amendment Center Publication, 2003
USED BOOK: School Leadership that Works: From Research to Results By Marzano, Waters, & McNulty Paperback, excellent condition, approx. 2 inch crease on back cover. ASCD, 2005
USED BOOK: Managing Diverse Classrooms: How to Build on Students' Cultural Strengths By Rothstein-Fisch & Trumbull Paperback, excellent condition ASCD, 2008
The book by LouAnne Johnson gave me ideas I put into practice immediately. It was a well written and extremely useful book that would benefit any teacher but particularly 5th grade and up.
This book about saved my life when suddenly the gifted kids were mixed in with my regular ed classroom! Some great ideas that were user friendly and could be easily implemented. A must for any classroom 5th-8th with a gifted/regular ed mix!
This looks at the big issues of American history and tries to figure out what might have happened if, for example, the missiles built in Cuba had never been discovered? Great inspiration for high schoolers to try their hand at alternative history.
This book comes with a DVD that has not been used. Its techniques are readily accessible and I was able to put some into use immediately in my classroom. Some absolutely outstanding ideas here that would be great for new teachers especially and
The subtitle is Ideas and Strategies for Teachers to Maximize Student Learning. This book is my all time favorite full of good advice for new and experienced teachers. Several ideas were small and easy to implement, but had big results. I would
SIMON AND SCHUSTER'S GUIDE TO ROCS AND MINERALS (An easy to use field guide) by Annibale Mottana, Rodolfo Çrespi and Giuseppe Liborio PAPERBACK used like new B7
These 3 books are designed to help beginning players attempting to develop skills in racquetball. It has photos and illustration presented to aid in comprehending the skills of the game. The Instructor Guide book has quizzes, evaluations, drill