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  1. 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.

    $47.95

    Paperback

  2. 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.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  3. Grading Reform That Lasts

    Eight Steps to Transform Your School’s Assessment Culture

    Reform classroom-level grading practices through systems-level structures and supports. With an eight-step change framework, this book will equip administrators, instructional coaches, and teacher leaders with practical strategies and reproducible tools to enact sustainable changes in assessment and grading.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  4. 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.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  5. 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.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  6. 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.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  7. 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.

    $43.95

    Paperback

  8. Inquiring Minds Want to Learn

    Posing Good Questions to Promote Student Inquiry

    Hook students into learning with inquiry and questioning. Inquiring Minds Want to Learn guides students down four different inquiry pathways: Foundational, Understanding, Deep, and Expertise. This book delivers detailed guidance for how to phrase and pose good questions that facilitate inquiry-based learning.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  9. Behavior Academies

    Targeted Interventions That Work!

    Effectively remedying student behavior means forming targeted behavior intervention methods. Authors Jessica and John Hannigan create a step-by-step process for replacing challenging student behaviors with those that strengthen essential life skills for school and beyond.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  10. Common Denominators

    Cultivating Engagement and Belonging in Secondary Mathematics

    Common Denominators is a collection of stories braided together with research-informed strategies and tools,” writes author Jennifer A. Lenhardt. Make sense of student engagement and belonging by using mathematics concepts that illustrate our common humanity and illuminate a clear, sustainable path for honoring and meeting all students’ needs.

    $40.95

    Paperback

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