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Worktime Centers

A Differentiated Approach to Centers

 
 
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Joy of Literacy
 
An Integrated & Efficient Way To Teach Emergent Readers
 
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An Engaging Series to Teach High Frequency Words and Rhyming Spelling Patterns
 
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Classroom Managment


Differentiated Instruction
Making It Work

Author(s) : Patti Drapeau
Price :$19.99
Grades 3 - 6
A Practical Guide to Planning, Managing, and Implementing Differentiated Instruction to Meet the Needs of All Learners.   How does a teacher meet the needs of all learners amid the realities of day-to-day teaching? Patti Drapeau shows us how in this practical book.
 
Teaching Guide and Reproducible
Explicit Instruction
Strategies for Meaningful Direct Teaching

Author(s) : Jennifer goeke
Price :$20.00
Presenting theories and strategies for classrooms, this resource provides a contemporary middle ground for teachers who reject traditional direct instruction approaches, but who acknowledge that many students–-particularly in today’s inclusive classrooms–-need instruction that is explicit and meaningful. Focusing on the “how” of becoming an effective educator, author Jennifer Goeke guides readers as they gain expertise by mastering small chunks of the explicit instruction framework, mirroring the process of teaching students how to master new skills and strategies.
 
Super Teaching
Over 1000 Practical Strategies

Author(s) : Eric Jensen
Price :$35.95
Grades K - 12
Empower students with proven strategies for brain-friendly instruction!
In the fourth edition of Super Teaching, brain expert Eric Jensen examines how students learn and how instruction changes a student's brain. This powerful guide offers more than 1,000 brain research–based teaching strategies and ready-to-implement instructional tools for engaging students, boosting learner memory, and meeting the needs of all learners.
 
Teacher's Essential Guide Series
Classroom Management

Author(s) : Jim Burke
Price :$9.99
Grades 6 - 12
The Teacher's Essential Guide to Classroom Management offers classroom teachers concise, effective solutions to the most common instructional challenges they face. These solutions are based on a combination of research and Jim's own experience as a public school teacher who gets up every morning and works with his own students. Classroom management is about not only creating an effective classroom environment but reducing teachers' stress, increasing productivity - for both teachers and students -- and ensuring a safe, equitable environment committed to the proposition that all kids can learn and succeed.
 
 
The First Days of School 4th Edition
How To Be An Effective Teacher

Author(s) : Harry Wong, Rosemary Wong
Price :$32.95
2009
The best selling book ever on classroom management and teaching for student achievement with over 3.3 million copies sold.  The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through structuring and organizing a classroom for success that can be applied at any time of the year at any grade level, pre-K through college.
The book is used in thousands of school districts, in over 100 countries, and in over 2,000 college classrooms.  It's practical, yet inspiring.  Most important, it works!
 
The Guided Reading Classroom
How to Keep ALL Students Working Constructively

Author(s) : Nancy Witherell
Price :$27.50
Nancy Witherell helps ensure that the rest of your guided reading classroom engages in independent learning activities that support both students' growth in reading and your specific curriculum goals. Witherell offers a variety of ideas for organizing your reading instructional time to make the most of students' independent time, including minilessons that prepare students for individual work, during-reading activities that help them retain what they are learning, and after-reading follow-ups. But The Guided Reading Classroom goes well beyond managing instruction, offering a range of long-term projects and center-based independent activities that challenge students to work by themselves and to make consistent, thoughtful use of their developing reading abilities.
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