Authors Barbara Blackburn and Abbigail Armstrong give teachers a practical yet powerful classroom instructional tool for bringing rigor to Grades 6-12 math and science classrooms.Science educator Jennifer Sexton shares favorite strategies that will improve her practice.
Professional books reviewed by educators
Wondering how to set up your new classroom?Or just ready to make some changes in your familiar space?创造你的梦想小学教室是你的书，writes teacher educator Linda Biondi.It's filled with ideas from pros to benefit newbies and vets in grades K-6.
Building People is like a panel discussion on the current state of social emotional learning with 12 authors looking at where SEL is,its future,以及利用SEL帮助孩子成功的方法。Teacher leader Laura Von Staden finds the book a useful if one-sided resource.
Anna J.小罗斯博罗为教育工作者提供了三本书，里面有各种各样的阅读和写作策略，供中学学生教学。万博全站客户端Both veteran and beginning teachers will find any of these titles useful,writes education consultant Anne Anderson.
David Niguidula goes beyond theory and provides a multitude of authentic examples,practical applications,and thoughtful considerations for the development and use of digital badges and portfolios to boost student mastery,writes teacher leader Jennifer Savery.
很多书都关注有效的识字指导，and others are specific to technology integration in education.Stephanie Affinito's Literacy Coaching: Transforming Teaching and Learning with Digital Tools and Technology fills a gap by merging the two,writes Shannon Russell.
Donalyn Miller and Colby Sharp's "Game Changer!为所有孩子预订is a must-read,写校长，NBCT and veteran school librarian Rita Platt.Its 10 short chapters are power-packed with research,stories and strategies for building a strong reading culture.
Teaching Tenacity offers a series of thoughtful,以研究为基础的课程，将为学生提供工具，使追求卓越成为终生的努力。Jeny Randall looks forward to bringing the lessons to her morning advisory time but says advisory isn't a must.
Teachers will find everything they need to implement the theory of multiple intelligences in Thomas Armstrong's book,writes teacher Michelle Voelker.Armstrong addresses MI criticism and provides easy changes that can be made by teachers who want to decide for themselves.
How many minutes?In which grades?What really works?How can family be engaged?These and lots more questions are answered in Cathy Vatterott's book Rethinking Homework.Educator Brian Taylor says it's a must for educators who want to bring sanity to homework policies.