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  1. The Recipe for Student Well-Being

    Five Key Ingredients for Social, Behavioral, and Academic Success

    Busy educators may struggle at times to connect the dots to form an integrated, holistic approach to the overall success of students. With this book, the heavy lifting is done for you so you can rely on an accessible recipe for student well-being that considers five essential ingredients students need to thrive.



  2. Teach Brilliantly

    Small Shifts That Lead to Big Gains in Student Learning

    This comprehensive guide for educators offers insight into the most effective teaching methods and research-based practices you can apply to best support student success. Connect the why behind five key topics in education to what you can do to bring them to life in your classroom.



  3. The Successful Substitute

    How to Prepare, Grow, and Flourish as a Guest Teacher

    You’ve accepted the challenge of becoming every teacher’s hero: a substitute teacher. Now what? This quick-read guide offers plenty of preparation and training for whatever comes your way. Gain insights from guest teachers, as well as dos and don’ts that will save you stress and boost your confidence.



  4. Meant for More

    Real Talk About Classrooms Built on Dignity, Authenticity, and Connection

    “Students rarely underperform when conditions are set up for their academic, cultural, and emotional success,” writes author Angie Freese. Get the tools and strategies you need to cultivate a classroom culture where student voice is valued in a dignified, authentic, and connected learning environment.



  5. On the Same Team

    Bringing Educators and Underrepresented Families Together

    The urgency for educators to commit to diversity and equity work in their schools calls for a framework that will help narrow achievement and opportunity gaps. This book offers the guidance you need to nurture strong family-school partnerships that are essential for student success.



  6. Simplifying the Journey

    Six Steps to Schoolwide Collaboration, Consistency, and Clarity in a PLC at Work®

    Simplifying the Journey is not just another manual; it’s a road map for teacher and team transformation,” authors Bob Sonju, Maren Powers, and Sheline Miller write. Packed with strategies, tools, and step-by-step actions, this book is your go-to guide for efficient, productive collaboration among your teams.



  7. The Power of Effective Reading Instruction

    How Neuroscience Informs Instruction Across All Grades and Disciplines

    Karen Gazith holds a strong belief that teachers play a critical role in the success of their students. She emphasizes the need for effective instruction for all and intervention for those in need. This guide offers evidence-based practices for reading instruction that transform student proficiency across all content areas.



  8. Through New Eyes, Second Edition

    Examining the Culture of Your School

    Discover what a collaborative culture of student-centered learning looks like through the eyes of a struggling learner. Recorded at the award-winning Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois, this video workshop is a great way to build unity around the why behind PLC at Work®: learning for all.


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  9. Ensuring Teachers Matter

    Where to Focus First So Students Matter Most

    Teachers are critical to the success of students. This book helps K–12 teachers understand how mattering is useful when examining some of the common problems educators face today, including high stress levels, job dissatisfaction, the pressures of public opinion, and the lack of a sustainable wage.



  10. Compassion as Our Compass

    20+ Professional Learning Activities to Nurture Educator Empathy

    This book demonstrates how to intentionally teach compassion. It guides teachers, leaders, administrators, counselors and school social workers on how to build strong, supportive relationships with students and each other. With helpful insights and activities, cultivating compassion, empathy, and inclusion can happen for all.