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  1. 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

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  2. 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

  3. 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.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  4. The Successful Substitute

    How to Prepare, Grow, and Flourish as a Guest Teacher

    You’ve accepted the challenge of becoming every teacher’s hero: a substitute teacher. Now what? This quick-read guide offers plenty of preparation and training for whatever comes your way. Gain insights from guest teachers, as well as dos and don’ts that will save you stress and boost your confidence.

    $30.95

    Paperback

  5. Redefining Student Accountability

    A Proactive Approach to Teaching Behavior Outside the Gradebook

    Schools have long tied student behavior to academic grades. This book will help you separate achievement from behavior and learn how to teach students positive behaviors, social-emotional intelligence, and skills for navigating their place as learners.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  6. Up to the Challenge

    Teaching Resilience and Responsibility in the Classroom

    How do you build resilience in students? This timely resource lets educators take a deep dive into growth mindset learning to confront challenges and promote perseverance and grit. With passion and purpose, author Jay Jackson equips teachers with the tools they need to inspire happy children.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  7. The General Education Teacher’s Guide to Autism

    Essential Answers to Key Questions

    Find the answers to all your autism-related questions in this informative, dynamic resource. Collect practical strategies to help you address the common challenges facing these neurodiverse students in an inclusive environment while also learning to celebrate the unique strengths and perspectives these students bring to the classroom.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  8. Motivated to Learn

    Decreasing Challenging Student Behaviors and Increasing Academic Engagement

    Classroom management can be a challenge without the right skills. With the straightforward strategies gained from Motivated to Learn, motivate and engage your students to actively participate in learning while equipping them to better focus in the classroom.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  9. Demystifying MTSS

    A School and District Framework for Meeting Students’ Academic and Social-Emotional Needs

    From research to experience, authors Matt Navo and Amy Williams offer a doable framework for multitiered system of supports (MTSS) that supports every student’s diverse needs. This pragmatic approach gives collaborative leadership teams the tools to implement sustainable processes to address the whole child.

    $35.95

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  10. Trauma-Sensitive Leadership

    Creating a Safe and Predictable School Environment

    Lead a foundational shift in the way your school approaches student behavior. Using straightforward language, the authors offer research-based, practical strategies for understanding and supporting trauma-impacted students and providing a safe environment for them to learn.

    $35.95

    Paperback