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Grant Writing for Educators: Practical Strategies for Teachers, Administrators, and Staff

by Beverly Brown

Write grant proposals that get results with the help of this concise resource. Packed with essential information, Grant Writing for Educators details effective ways to identify your school's needs; locate the...


The Anatomy of Investing -- Second Edition

by Dean A. Junkans

Synopsis:

"This book is easily one of the best and most readable investment primers I've come across during my 45 years in the business. It's a great way to learn about basic investment concepts and how they...


Building Background Knowledge for Academic Achievement: Research on What Works in Schools

by Robert J. Marzano

The author of Classroom Instruction That Works discusses teaching methods that can help overcome the deficiencies in background knowledge that hamper many students' progress in school.


Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3

by Sharon Vaughn Vaughn & Sylvia Linan-Thompson

A concise overview of the research on reading, plus dozens of effective reading activities and lesson plans that teachers can use immediately with beginning readers.


Good Day, Bad Day: Teaching as a High-Wire ACT

by Ken Winograd

Author Kenneth Winograd contends that it is imperative to understand the inevitable complexities of classroom life and to use these understandings to construct a teacher identity that is more flexible and grounded....


Excellent 11: Qualities Teachers, and Parents Use to Motivate, Inspire, and Educate Children

by Ron Clark

When The Essential 55 was published, Ron Clark became a tireless promoter, traveling the country to speak to large groups of teachers and fans. And when his Oprah appearance shot the book onto the New York Times...


Social-Emotional Curriculum with Gifted and Talented Students: (Critical Issues in Gifted Education Series)

by , Joyce VanTassel-Baska

Social-Emotional Curriculum With Gifted and Talented Students provides a thorough introduction to methods for developing social-emotional curricula for use with gifted and talented learners in the school setting....


I Get It! I Get It! How John Figures It Out

by Yvonne Capitelli & Loraine Alderman

I Get It! I Get It! How John Figures It Out, is about a boy's triumph over Auditory Processing Disorder from a child's point of view. Colorful illustrations bring to life John's journey from confusion to understanding....


Second Language Teacher Education: International Perspectives

by Diane J. Tedick

The education of second language teachers takes place across diverse contexts, levels, settings, and geographic regions. By bringing together research, theory, and best practices from a variety of contexts (ESL/EFL,...


Autism Spectrum Disorders: Identification, Education, and Treatment

by Dianne Zager

The field of autism has been growing at an unprecedented rate in recent years. In addition to an actual rise in the number of classic DSM-IV cases, broadened diagnostic criteria have uncovered a wider range...


Computers, Curriculum, and Cultural Change: An Introduction for Teachers

by Jr., Eugene F. Provenzo, Arlene Brett & Gary N. McCloskey

This comprehensive introduction to using computers in educational settings is distinctive in its focus on the issue of how computers are redefining our culture and society and the work of schools; the idea...


Embracing Diversity in the Learning Sciences: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences

by Yasmin B. Kafai, William A. Sandoval & Noel Enyedy

More than a decade has passed since the First International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) was held at Northwestern University in 1991. The conference has now become an established place for researchers...


Computers, Curriculum, and Cultural Change: An Introduction for Teachers

by Jr., Eugene F. Provenzo, Arlene Brett & Gary N. McCloskey

Computers, Curriculum, and Cultural Change: An Introduction for Teachers, Second Edition is a comprehensive introduction to using computers in educational settings. What distinguishes this text from others on...


Learning Together Online: Research on Asynchronous Learning Networks

by Starr Roxanne Hiltz & Ricki Goldman

This book is about the past and future of research on the effectiveness of learning networks (also known as "e-learning" or "online learning" or "Web-based learning"). Learning networks are groups of people...


Learning to Teach in an Age of Accountability

by Arthur T. Costigan, Karen Kepler Zumwalt & Margaret Smith Crocco

This book documents the "brave new world" of teacher, administrator, school, and student accountability that has swept across the United States in recent years. Its particular vantage point is the perspective...


Scientific and Technological Thinking

by Michael E. Gorman, Ryan D. Tweney & David C. Gooding

At the turn of the 21st century, the most valuable commodity in society is knowledge--particularly new knowledge that may give a culture, company, or laboratory an adaptive advantage. Knowledge about the cognitive...


Lead With Your Heart

by Jena Ball

Meet Lance, a pitbull mix who had a rough start in life. His first people wanted him to be a fighter, but Lance had other ideas. He took one look at the teeth of the dog they wanted him to fight and ran!

Since...


The Saber-Tooth Curriculum, Classic Edition

by Abner Peddiwell

The 65th-anniversary edition of an educational classic proves its relevance in examining today's educational quandaries

McGraw-Hill first published The Saber- Tooth Curriculum in 1939, and it has remained a...


Disposable Youth: Education or Incarceration?

by Ed.D, James C. Wilson & Kathy Green Ph.D

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Disposable Youth has the power to change America. Seventy percent of the 2.4 million prisoners in America today are high school dropouts. Half of all African American and Hispanic urban high school...


Re-Thinking Learner Support in Distance Education: Change and Continuity in an International Context

by Roger Mills & Alan Tait

Distance learning is becoming an increasingly popular way of studying, and most universities now provide courses using these methods. Today's students, though, are demanding high quality, consumer-focused and...