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  1. Kristen Nelson

    Kristen Nelson is an elementary school principal for the Capistrano Unified School District in California. She also serves as a college professor, leadership teacher, educational consultant, author, and leader of her district’s Spanish dual-language immersion programs.


  2. You’re a Teacher Now! What’s Next?

    “Anyone who has ever held the noble title of teacher has had that initial moment where they ask themselves, 'What have I got myself into?'” write Tom Hierck and Alex Kajitani. This is your lifeline: a quick read and conversational resource that both new and veteran educators will find handy to have in the classroom.



  3. James A. Nottingham

    James A. Nottingham is the creator of the Learning Pit®, author of 12 books, is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and is listed in The Future 500, which lists the United Kingdom’s most forward-thinking and creative innovators.


  4. 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.



  5. Beyond PLC Lite

    Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning in a Professional Learning Community at Work®

    Designed for teachers and leaders who want to disrupt the status quo, bust out of PLC Lite, and persistently pursue a culture of continuous improvement, this book carries it all. It emphasizes creating a student-centered approach to teaching and learning in a PLC that prioritizes student agency and efficacy.



  6. Christopher Jenson

    Christopher Jenson, MD, is a senior adviser for public health concerns in school districts and educational operations. Dr. Jenson brings a unique set of skills, knowledge, and experiences to his advisory role.


  7. 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.



  8. Making the Case for Mattering

    March 12, 2024

    Do the educators in your school or district feel valued, connected, and empowered? Join the authors of Ensuring Teachers Matter, Shelly Wilfong and Ryan Donlan, as they explore the concept of mattering and its power to increase the effectiveness of professional growth and learning.

    Free webinar

  9. Patricia Erbe

    Patricia Erbe, MEd, is an author and former educator in Pennsylvania's West Chester Area School District, where she taught for decades at the elementary and secondary levels while also serving as a team leader, curriculum developer, science advocate, early field and student teacher mentor and professional development expert to individuals and organizations for skill growth and practical teaching applications.


  10. Training Teacher Leaders in a PLC at Work®

    A Guide to Cultivating Shared Leadership

    This book aims to help school leaders build and develop teacher leaders with ten essential skills. From conflict resolution skills to decision-making skills and self-confidence skills, Jasmine K. Kullar leaves teachers empowered to lead the PLC at Work® process.