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Author(s): Stacy Scott
Fearless Leadership for Making Equity Work highlights lessons for leaders focused on how to get results through proven practices that are intended to help create the needed breakthroughs in education in the US, including:
Author(s): William R Lamb
At a very young age many of us developed a love affair with our bikes. After all, it wasn't just a bike-it was our best friend, our means of escape, our opportunity to fly like a bird, only closer to the ground.
Being reintroduced to bicycling can be a blessing in so many ways. Reaching a destination may take a bit longer than a car but one thing is for sure, the journey will be much more enjoyable!
Cycling 101 provides those interested in taking up cycling with all the general information needed to make cycling a part of their life.
Author(s): Michael Mott
Phonics to Word Study: Simulations for Teacher Education is a specialized workbook for education students enrolled in literacy methods coursework to learn how to teach the differentiated reading skills of phonics and word level reading as a key component of the broader reading curriculum. Utilizing the process of simulation students experience sample K-6 grade level developmental spelling assessment results in order to design game-driven small group lessons and activities for the elementary classroom.
At the heart of Speaking from the Heart: Herstories of Chicana, Latina, and Amerindian Women are cultural narratives, trajectories toward decolonization offered by Chicana, Latina, and Amerindian women.
Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary Classroom is a new text that defines the core philosophy of viewing social studies from the cultural anthropological perspective. This perspective allows children to bring their own prior knowledge and experiences from their home culture to the social studies curriculum. This curriculum is a logical place to allow students the freedom to demonstrate learning through the arts. It is also a place where people show their cultural identities in celebration of traditions, ideals, rituals, and creative products.
Author(s): Elaine Pierce Chakonas
Elementary School Teaching: Plan, Teach, Inspire prepares future elementary school teachers to plan instruction and teach diverse learners in today's classrooms. Special focus is given to teaching students with a variety of needs and abilities, including English language learners, students with disabilities, and gifted students. Instructional and assessment strategies, classroom management, and parent-teacher relationships are presented to prepare future teachers for effective teaching of all learners.
Author(s): Linda M Clinard
PARTE 1 - DIEZ CLAVES PARA EL ALFABETISMO
(PART 1: TEN KEYS TO LITERACY)
PARTE 2 - INFLUENCIAS EN EL DESARROLLO DE LA ALFABETIZACION
(PART 2: INFLUENCES ON LITERACY DEVELOPMENT)
PARTE 3: ACTIVIDADES CON UN PROPOSITO
(PART 3: ACTIVITIES WITH A PURPOSE)
1. LECTURA: DESTREZAS FUNDAMENTALES
(READING: FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS)
2. AUDICION Y EXPRESION ORAL
(LISTENING AND SPEAKING)
This textbook introduces preservice and inservice educators to the theories, philosophies, concepts, and ongoing needs of children and adults with exceptionalities. The first two Chapters address the foundation, litigation, and federal policies that helped shape what is now known as special education. Subsequent Chapters provide readers with a thorough analysis of the disability categories covered under IDEIA (2004) including definitions, characteristics, prevalence, and accommodations.
Author(s): Timothy Makubuya
Healing Power of Leadership provides numerous straightforward and artful lessons that leaders from both formal and informal education sectors share about pivoting in times of intense turmoil.