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  1. Nurturing Math Curiosity With Learners in Grades K–2

    Gain the educational tools needed for planning, communicating, and representing mathematical ideas to students. This book gives teachers instructional strategies to enhance their students’ natural wonder and curiosity toward math concepts.

    $57.50

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  2. Competency-Based Education Ignited

    A Transformational Systemwide Approach for Leaders

    CBE Ignited is a call to action for transformation, shifting the traditional time-based educational system to a student-centered learning model. Gain a deep understanding of a CBE system along with critical steps for implementation that provide your students with the tools and processes to be empowered learners.

    $53.50

    Paperback

  3. See It, Say It, Symbolize It

    Teaching the Big Ideas in Elementary Mathematics

    Anyone can learn mathematics and stay in the math game for life once they learn key superpowers that can demystify foundational concepts—from whole numbers, fractions, and place value operations to ratios, proportions, and percentages. This book offers teaching methods to develop a dynamic and flexible understanding of numbers and operations in young learners.

    $53.50

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  4. Design in Five, Second Edition

    Essential Phases to Create Engaging Assessment Practice

    “The singular contribution of this book is shifting the focus of assessment from external audiences to students,” writes author and assessment expert Douglas Reeves in the foreword. Design in Five [Second Edition] inspires educators to rethink old ways of assessing student learning and empowers them to create meaningful, relevant assessments to ensure high levels of learning.

    $53.50

    Paperback

  5. Learning by Doing, Fourth Edition

    A Handbook for Professional Learning Communities at Work®

    The fourth edition of this comprehensive action guide provides new strategies for leveraging PLC for a highly effective multitiered system of supports, expert-led guidance on school culture, and a deeper discussion on connecting school improvement to the mission of helping all students succeed.

    $62.50

    Paperback

  6. Building Bonds With Learners

    The Teacher-Student Relationship Model

    Create more meaningful teaching experiences using the principles and methodology of the TSR model. Through research and experience, author Patricia Erbe provides a concrete plan educators can use to improve teacher-student relationships and promote better educational outcomes for their students.

    $47.00

    Paperback

  7. Navigating the Unexpected

    A School Leader’s Guide for Trauma-Response Teams

    Educators are accustomed to designing road maps that amplify confidence, structure, and ultimately successful outcomes for students and staff in known conditions. But what is the plan when the known becomes unknown? Navigating the Unexpected empowers school leadership to create and utilize trauma-response teams.

    $53.50

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  8. Formative Assessment in a Brain-Compatible Classroom

    How Do We Really Know They're Learning?

    Discover transformative assessment strategies with Marcia L. Tate. From brain-compatible classrooms to effective questioning, empower student comprehension and retention before, during, and after lessons.

    $53.50

    Paperback

  9. The Scientific Principles of Teaching

    Bridging the Divide Between Educational Practice and Research

    Become critical consumers of education research with this user-friendly guide. This book empowers educators to understand complex topics influencing high-quality teaching methods. Learn to read and interpret research, explore teaching pedagogies, and analyze the impact of educational practices on student achievement.

    $53.50

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  10. Implement With IMPACT

    A Strategic Framework for Leading School and District Initiatives

    “Building implementation literacy in the field of education supports getting what works to those who need it in an expedited manner,” authors Jenice Pizzuto and Steven Carney write. “To do so is a moral imperative; it is our call to action.” The framework they present in this book gives you the tools to do just that.

    $53.50

    Paperback