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Planning and Teaching in the Standards-Based Classroom

By: Jeff Flygare, Tammy Heflebower, Jan K. Hoegh

Foreword by: Robert J. Marzano

Shifting to standards-based learning is a big change. Rely on Planning and Teaching in the Standards-Based Classroom to help you move forward with clarity and confidence. This can’t-miss guide delivers straightforward, practical tools and detailed instructions for everything from lesson planning to proficiency scales to parent communication.

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Planning and Teaching in the Standards-Based Classroom

Shifting to standards-based learning is a big change. Rely on Planning and Teaching in the Standards-Based Classroom to help you move forward with clarity and confidence. Authors Jeff Flygare, Jan K. Hoegh, and Tammy Heflebower have created a must-have guide for teachers that delivers straightforward, practical tools and detailed instructions for everything from lesson planning to proficiency scales to parent communication.

  • Understand priority standards and proficiency scales.
  • Develop curriculum maps to plan for the entire year or course.
  • Follow the steps of the instructional cycle to create standards-based units and lessons.
  • Help exceptional students continue to thrive and grow in a standards-based environment.
  • Communicate objectively with students and families about learning.

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Product Code: BKL069, EKL060

ISBN: 9781943360710

“An excellent resource... This book provides clarity in the use of proficiency scales to guide instructional planning and assessment development. The specific examples presented by the authors provide a toolkit for teachers to use scales effectively in multiple capacities.”

Philip B. Warrick, coauthor of Leading a High Reliability School

“An informative how-to guide for educators with vivid examples and clear actions for enhanced assessment performance.”

Christopher DeLuca, professor of educational assessment, Queen’s University

“This book offers a big-picture perspective on standards-based learning and provides a comprehensive and pragmatic system for the implementation of standards-based instruction.”

Susan Drake, professor of educational studies, Brock University
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