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  1. Solving the Literacy Puzzle

    Practical Strategies for Integrating the Science of Reading Into Classroom Instruction

    This book consolidates decades of research on effective literacy instruction. It provides a clear model for designing effective reading instruction that integrates the science of reading and evidence-based strategies. Teachers and educators can learn to confidently implement these strategies in the classroom.

    $53.50

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  2. Reading and Writing Strategies for the Secondary Mathematics Classroom in a PLC at Work®

    Equip your students with the literacy support they need to think, read, and write like mathematicians. With literacy strategies that form students’ ability to estimate, interpret, reason, and understand cause-and-effect relationships, teachers can prepare students for their future beyond school.

    $47.00

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  3. Triage Your School

    A Physician's Guide to Preventing Teacher Burnout

    Author Christopher Jenson writes, “Often we’re lulled into believing we’ve fixed a deep-seated issue when all we did was resolve surface-level issues.” This book is your guide for going deep, with five action items to navigate your work demands, next steps for implementation, and tools for classrooms.

    $53.50

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  4. 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.

    $53.50

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  5. Inspiring Lifelong Readers

    Using Inquiry to Engage Learners in Grades 6–12

    Featuring stories from the field and reproducible tools, Inspiring Lifelong Readers emphasizes the importance of reading and creating a community of readers, writers, communicators, and thinkers. This book will help you navigate the demands for students’ attention and enhance student engagement in literacy.

    $53.50

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  6. Leading a Culture of Reading

    How to Ignite and Sustain a Love of Literacy in Your School Community

    Explore the practical, culture-building strategies that support literacy for all. This book is a tool for educators working to promote the importance of reading and to develop students’ engagement in reading and literacy work.

    $53.50

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  7. Read Alouds for All Learners

    A Comprehensive Plan for Every Subject, Every Day, Grades PreK–8

    By: Molly Ness

    Foreword by: Natalie Wexler

    Learn the step-by-step instructional plan for teachers to implement read alouds in preK–8 classrooms. Whether you’re a longtime professional or new to teaching, this resource helps you support young learners emotionally, intellectually, linguistically, and developmentally.

    $47.00

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  8. Clearing the Path for Developing Learners

    Essential Literacy Skills to Support Achievement in Every Content Area

    This book will provide teachers with the tools they need to embed core literacy skills into every subject matter in a way that supports developing students in becoming better readers, writers, thinkers, and speakers—no matter the content area.

    $47.00

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  9. Literacy in a PLC at Work®

    Guiding Teams to Get Going and Get Better in Grades K–6 Reading

    Authors Paula Maeker and Jacqueline Heller are practitioners who share the belief that all students can be literate at high levels. Explore their practical, research-affirmed framework for how teams can better sustain change and improve as literacy educators.

    $53.50

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  10. Cultivating Competence in English Learners

    Integrating Social-Emotional Learning With Language and Literacy

    This research-based resource offers general education teachers more efficient and effective ways to integrate social-emotional learning (SEL), language, and literacy development into all subjects and grade levels to make the most powerful learning impact, not just for English learners but for all students.

    $53.50

    Paperback