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  1. You Can Learn!

    Building Student Ownership, Motivation, and Efficacy With the PLC at Work® Process

    Great learning starts when students believe in their academic abilities. In You Can Learn!, authors Tim Brown and William M. Ferriter introduce intentional and purposeful steps collaborative teams can take to increase the self-efficacy of every learner. By incorporating the book's research-backed practices, professional learning communities will cultivate a culture where students at every grade level see themselves as competent learners fully capable of succeeding in school and beyond.

    $42.00

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    Paperback, eBook

  2. Loving What They Learn

    Research-Based Strategies to Increase Student Engagement

    Achieve high engagement by building competence, autonomy, and content relevance in students, resulting in positive academic self-concept and self-efficacy. Readers will gain research-based instructional strategies for connecting with disengaged students and building positive student-teacher relationships

    $48.50

    Paperback

  3. Trauma-Informed Motivation and Management in the Classroom

    April 13, 2021

    This recorded edWebinar presents practices that have proven effective in building connections with students who struggle in the classroom.

    Free webinar

  4. Theodore Goergen

    Theodore Goergen, EdD, is the director of student activities at the award-winning Adlai E. Stevenson High School. A practitioner for nearly 20 years, he has served as a middle school and high school science teacher as well as a curriculum team leader.

  5. Kenneth C. Williams

    Kenneth C. Williams, a former teacher, assistant principal, and principal, shares his experience and expertise as a recognized trainer, speaker, coach, and presenter in education and leadership.

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