College taught you how to plan for your students... Did they teach you how to plan for yourself? A Lesson Plan for Teachers, New and Old: A Guide for Student Teachers, New Teachers, and the Experienced Ones! Includes practical advice
This book is a great resource for any teacher, novice or veteran. It includes ideas that either we didn't learn about in college or forgot long ago. It goes beyond theory and infuses standards and best practices in one comprehensive book. It
The authoritative handbook provides a wealth of urgently needed information to help parents of a hyperactive child understand and cope with their child's baffling behavior.
This book by Barbara R. Blackburn "focuses on the basic strategies you can integrate into everyday instruction in every subject area and across grade levels. It presents lively stories about how teachers motivate and engage students. There are 26
2002 Edition of Marilee Sprenger's Becoming a Wiz at Brain-Based teaching. Sprenger uses an analogy of the Wizard of Oz to get across her ideas. "This user-friendly guide effectively discusses expert findings about brain growth, structure, and
This book by Kay Burke, Ph.D. gives advice on what to do with the kid "who constantly disrupts class, or the kid who never participates, or the kid who needs special attention, or the one who always forgets his or her homework." Great condition
This book by Susan Winebrenner is a "gold mine of ways to help any student become a successful learner--without remediating, watering down content or repeating it endlessly, lowering expectations, or depriving other students of the time and
In this book by authors, Strong, Silver and Perini, "they go beyond simply showing what each standard looks like in various school settings. They provide research-based teaching strategies that can help all students meet each standard along with
This book by Barbara Presseisen is a collection of of articles which "maintains that teaching for intelligence holds great promise for all learners--both students and teachers. It inspires educators to examine their own perspectives regarding the
This collection of articles by Arthur L. Costa "inspires educators to examine the views of educational experts, as well as their own perspective, on intelligence." This book proves "that intelligence is an issue that must be embraced, examined, and
"This comprehensive, how-to-guide explains why portfolios are essential to educators' professional development and provides a step-by-step process for creating them." Kay Burke discusses the "two major types of portfolios for professional growth
Robin Fogarty's book "provides insight for linking brain research with Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences theory and Daniel Goleman's emotional intelligence theory. As well as with direct instructions of skills, graphic organizers, reflection,
This book "brings new research to support the process and importance of building a cooperative elementary, middle school, or high school classroom. This step-by-step SkyLight classic provides essentials for higher achievement through cooperative
This book is well intended but flawed by its somewhat incoherent style, lack of good writing, and an inability or unwillingness to target an audience. The brief autobiographical chapters offer counsel and moral support to the aspiring author, with a
The BEST softball drills ever published. This book is great for a coach or player to hone in on the skills needed to win in softball.
A set of 10 books titled, "Through Children's Eyes: Tales of Old Columbus", by Carole Gerber and Marty Husted.
The wonders of science come to life with this butterfly stamp set! Each stage of the life cycle is shown in a simple image to aid a chid's understanding. * This set has only been used a few times. INCLUDES: - 5 wood stmaps that illustrate a
New Hardcover "Swamp Angel" by Anne Issacs, Like new Rabbit Ears Productions "Rip Van Winkle" VHS video read by Angelica Huston, Like new cassette/book set of "Tops and Bottoms" by Janet Stevens, and used hardcover "The Stepsister" retold by Naomi
This is a collection of articles reprinted from the Journal of College Science Teaching. The writers are college science teachers that suggest strategies other than traditional lecture methods including: quizzes, student forums, interactive
This is a new book. Everything you need to build different mouse-trap cars. Complete with illustrations and excellent descriptions. This book explains the science behind the mousetrap car. The language is kid-friendly and informative. This is the
This book is "new" and in excellent condition. It has never been used and the binding is not creased! A great companion to; Mouse Trap Cars: The Secret to Success. The teacher guide has information for lab activities. This is the 1998 edition and no
As a graduate student I was looking for a good resource for ideas on teaching reading and writing that I could use in a report I was writing. I found excellent theory and practical ideas. This book was very helpful. As a kindergarten teacher I liked
K-3 teachers will find this book very appealing. Based on current research and commonsense experience, the book is full of effective strategies that are easy to use. This book provides interesting and informative background knowledge about phonics
Set includes new Mancala game, 3 cassette tapes of African Folktales and "Traveling to Tondo" by Verna Aardema
Hi there Erhu is a Chinese traditional instrument and It has long histroy,was called Chinese violin. The lesson just teach you how to play it well,teach you some basic skills and learn some Chinese songs or music and also some foriegn songs
A wonderful book for planning lessons, units, and full courses. I used it for a course on designing online courses. My edition is the 1998 one and is in excellent condition. Price includes shipping.
I'm "borrowing" Amazon's description of this fabulous book that I used when taking a course to learn how to design and teach online courses. The book is in excellent condition and shipping is included in the price. "For anyone preparing to teach
Includes original case and original CD. Excellent Product. Contact me if you have any questions.
This book, WHAT TO DO WITH THE KID WHO... Developing Cooperation, Self-Discipline, and Responsibility in the Classroom, offers more than 200 problem-solving strategies suitable for elementary, middle school and high school. It includes
NEW: UNOPENED. LitPlans are manuals full of materials for teaching specific novels and plays. Each LitPlan is written to go with a particular book title and contains study questions, quizzes, writing assignments, discussion questions, unit tests,
Always trying to come up with activities for your students to do while you teach small group? This book is RIGHT for you. What Are The Other Kids Doing is full of fun interactive activities in Literacy. The activities take little prep time and
This book is an excellent resource for Differentiating Instruction for grades K-6. The book is full of interactive, hands-on activities. You can find activities from Literacy, Math, Community Building, Assessment, Management and Teaching Tools.
This book focuses on basic strategies you can integrate inot everyday instruction in everysubject area and across grade levels. It presents lively stories about how teachers motivate and engage students. There are 26 chapters, one for each letter of
This book is great for assigning reading and vocabulary activities because of illustrations and the way the words are broken inot syllables. The book is like new and has no writing on it. There are no broken pages. The back cover is slightly
New dance figure dolls from Thailand, never used, purchased in mid 1960s and stored in original box and packaging. Features hand sequining, beading and painted faces. Both on black lacquered base. Each stands approx. 12" high. Marked "K J Doll"
The 20th Century by Peter Jennings C .1998 ISBN # 0385483279 w/dust jacket, like new condition List price $60.00 600+ pages
Complete set theme 1-10 Reading Teacher's Edition Curriculum; lists brand new for $83.25 each edition! Complete MINT set here for $800!
Teaching comprehension in a reader's workshop. A study of the thought process used by proficient readers, provides strategies to help children become more flexible, adaptive, independent, and engaged readers. There is some light highlighting in the
Curriculum Integration K-12: Theory and Practice James S. Etim, ed. University Press of America (2005) Following the pioneering work of James Beane and Heidi Jacobs, there is growing interest in the area of integrative teaching. At the middle
Help new readers soar with this charming set of 20 skill-building mini-books! Each of these simple, reproducible word/picture books teaches a different word family, and includes write-on lines and a matching game to make learning to read interactive
These 25 adorable, thematic mini books will delight and engage emerging readers! Simple, predictable stories with appealing artwork that supports the text will help students build important reading skills. Topics include favorites like weather,
"This series encourages critical thinking and is well suited for classroom use." -- Today's School Media Specialist This book is part of a unique series of information books packaged with bonus CD-ROMs. Interfact combines the lively design of an
What's After Assessment is written by Kathleen Strickland. It is in good condition. This book provides information on follow up instruction for phonics, fluency, and comprehension. It provides detailed "If...Then" charts.
**Never been used.. Still in shrink wrap** FREE SHIPPING! This foundational resource has everything you need to make the guided comprehension model work with your students. Written by Maureen McLaughlin and Mary Beth Allen.
27 laminated cards for practice on place value and rounding. Each card has 10 questions on place value and 10 questions on rounding. An answer sheet will be provided to be copied. They are numbered 1-33, with 6, 15, 18, 25, 26, 27 missing.
This unit helps students see and understand the importance of commemorative public sculpture in the United States and explain how certain major themes in United States history have been commemorated. The unit begins with an examination of why we
This unit provides students with the opportunity to explore freedom of expression by focusing on Emma Goldman, a major figure in the history of American radicalism and feminism. In a period when expression of controversial ideas was itself
The landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision of Brown v. Board of Education overturned 50 years of segregation affirmed by the Plessy v. Ferguson case. Students will read Chief Justice Earl WarrenÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s opinion on the case, the reaction to the ruling
This unit encourages students to explore the life, accomplishments, and legacy of Ralph Bunche, an African American who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1951 for his work at the United Nations in brokering the 1949 armistice after the first Arab-Israeli
This unit examines the anti-communist scare of 1919Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½1920. Students will read excerpts from the Espionage Act of 1917, the Sedition Act of 1918, and the unanimous court opinion authored by Justice Holmes in the Schenck case. They will also