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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

    Paperback

  4. Stick the Learning

    Brain-Based Teaching Techniques to Increase Retention, Application, and Transfer

    Research shows that desirable difficulties as achieved with spaced repetition, interleaving, and retrieval (SIR) have positive long-term impacts on student learning, because the learning sticks. This book guides you through these three techniques for a more brain-compatible classroom geared toward student success.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  5. De-Stress the Test

    Brain-Friendly Strategies to Prepare Students for High-Stakes Assessments

    Acquire actionable steps you can take throughout the school year to alleviate student test anxiety and create brain-friendly classrooms full of focus and learning. Understand what causes testing anxiety and discover how to implement social-emotional learning strategies in the classroom to help prepare students mentally, emotionally, and physically for high-stakes assessments.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  6. The Metacognitive Student

    How to Teach Academic, Social, and Emotional Intelligence in Every Content Area

    Dive deep into the what and how of structured SELf-questioning—a powerful metacognitive strategy you can use to support students academically, socially, and emotionally.

    $43.95

    Paperback

  7. Differentiation and the Brain

    How Neuroscience Supports the Learner-Friendly Classroom, Second Edition

    Understand current educational neuroscience research and gain differentiated instruction and brain-based learning strategies for teaching diverse learners.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  8. Nathaniel Hansford

    Nathaniel Hansford has taught every grade from preK to 12 in many interesting and diverse locations—from South Korea to the subarctic of Quebec. He specializes in using meta-analysis research to help teachers implement proven methodologies.

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  9. Susan Olsen Stevens

    Susan Olsen Stevens is an educator with experience that spans private, public, and international schools. Her mission is to inspire joy in reading and writing as a way to communicate important ideas.

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  10. Edward P. Darrah

    Edward P. Darrah is a licensed and certified professional counselor and is triple board-certified in counseling, school counseling, and telemental health. He serves as a mental health and performance counselor for Temple University athletics.

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