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The Roots Collection

Contributors: John Barell, Austin Buffum, Linda Darling-Hammond, Chris Dede, Rebecca DuFour, Richard DuFour, Robert Eaker, Douglas Fisher, Robin J. Fogarty, Nancy Frey, Howard Gardner, Andy Hargreaves, Tammy Heflebower, David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, Ken Kay, Cheryl Lemke, Thomas W. Many, Robert J. Marzano, Mike Mattos, Jay McTighe, Anthony Muhammad, Alan November, Bob Pearlman, Brian M. Pete, Debra J. Pickering, Douglas Reeves, Will Richardson, Elliott Seif, David A. Sousa, Carol Ann Tomlinson, Chris Weber, Dylan Wiliam

This essential collection of nine resources will help you build an invaluable foundation of knowledge to stand on and plan from.

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The Roots Collection

These nine resources are essential reading for every educator. From assessment and PLC to 21st century skills and RTI, this well-rounded collection will help you build an invaluable foundation of knowledge to stand on and plan from.

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21st Century SkillsAssessmentBrain-Compatible LearningDifferentiated InstructionInstructionLeadershipProfessional Learning Communities at Work®Professional Learning CommunitiesResponse to InterventionStudent EngagementTeamsTechnology

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Product Code: KTF128

“Expert and engaging with clear, vivid descriptions of the principles used in real classrooms, Differentiation and the Brain, Second Edition makes the fields of neuroscience and differentiation accessible. It is a welcome contribution from two of the most amazing thinkers of our time.”

Rick Wormeli, author and consultant, on Differentiation and the Brain

“Our districtwide success in improving student academic achievement has been a remarkable journey. Learning by Doing has been our road atlas and the PLC concept our GPS as our staff members have built their collective capacity to meet the needs of all students.”

Sandra Thorstenson, superintendent, Whittier Union High School District, California, on Learning by Doing

“This new edition of Transforming School Culture provides a rich and insightful set of ideas, strategies, and concepts that will help any school leader transform their cultures. It should be on everyone’s bookshelf. This is a book to be read more than once, for hidden gems of ideas and strategies can be found throughout.”

Kent D. Peterson, emeritus professor, University of Wisconsin–Madison, on Transforming School Culture

“Dylan Wiliam’s latest work seamlessly weaves research with practicality, big ideas with accessible classroom examples, and grassroots movements with global trends. Wiliam is refreshingly honest in his analysis of what most impacts learning, and he leaves the reader more convinced than ever that assessment does indeed form the bridge between teaching and learning.”

Myron Dueck, author and vice principal, Summerland Secondary School, British Columbia, on Embedded Formative Assessment

“The curriculum and instruction leader in my former school district is using this book as the focus for a professional learning community with administrators serving as discussion leaders at monthly sessions. That sounds like a great way to model and grow from this rich source of contemporary thinking.”

Bob Schultz, instructor, Brandman University, California, on 21st Century Skills
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