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  1. 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.

    $40.95

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  2. 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.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  3. 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.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  4. 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.

    $40.95

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  5. Power Engage

    Seven Power Moves for Building Strong Relationships to Increase Engagement With Students and Parents

    This book sounds an urgent alarm for educators to increase student, family, and community engagement in learning. Coach Carlos Johnson’s framework for performance-based relationships offers a valuable guide to motivating unmotivated students and deepening the investment of all stakeholders in effective classroom instruction.

    $35.95

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  6. The Antiracist School Leader

    What to Know, Say, and Do

    Learn how to plan, test, and execute a comprehensive antiracist vision to transform the culture, curriculum, and conscience of your district and school administration. This book will challenge and empower you to partner with school staff and the community to tackle issues of systemic oppression that have impacted teaching and learning.

    $40.95

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  7. 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.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  8. Coaching Competitive Sports

    How to Develop and Assess Player Knowledge, Skills, and Intangibles

    Sports play a big part in the lives of many youths. With this book, coaches can assist student athletes in becoming better in their sport. This resource also aids athletic directors in mitigating player-coach-parent issues and helps parents better understand the expectations for their children’s sports experiences.

    $40.95

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  9. Be the Driving Force

    Leading Your School on the Road to Equity

    Be the Driving Force is a powerful resource because it is personal, reliable, and practical,” writes educator and author William D. Parker. Principals will discover insightful guidance on building self-confidence, leading with integrity, and ensuring equity in education and culturally responsive practices.

    $43.95

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  10. Mathematics Instruction and Tasks in a PLC at Work®, Second Edition

    Gain lesson-design strategies and instructional methods of teaching mathematics in a professional learning community (PLC). This results-oriented book presents an approach for teaching math that supports student perseverance and learning through standards-based activities and lessons.

    $35.95

    Paperback