College taught you how to plan for your students... Did they teach you how to plan for yourself? A Lesson Plan for Teachers, New and Old: A Guide for Student Teachers, New Teachers, and the Experienced Ones! Includes practical advice
Take control of your mind’s fitness and help children in the classroom boost focus, increase creativity, and think quicker with this entertaining and stimulating brain training game! -Focus Booster for Learning Disabilities -Brain Trainer for
Chemistry and Physical Science lab manual Holt Chem File Lab Program: Laboratory Experiments This lab manual is brand new; has never been used; is in MINT condition. This is the student edition lab manual. A lab manual consisting of 27 chemistry
Addison Wesley Chemistry Lab Manual by Wilbraham, Staley, and Matta This lab manual is brand new and in mint condition. Contains 52 laboratory investigations beyond those found in the student textbook. Labs are quantitative and qualitative
Biology: The Dynamics of Life Lab Manual Published by Glencoe This is a fantastic lab manual that can be used with any biology textbook. Contains 78 lab activities. This lab manual is brand new and has never been used. It is in MINT
A book by Incentive Publishing that uses Blooms's Taxonomy to create projects and activities for students to do in science.Topics are in all areas of science: astronomy, geology, ecology, medicine, botany, chemistry, etc. Many are ready to copy and
A resource of issues in educational philosophy.
The tasks in this book focus on problem solving, reasoning, and communication. There are more than 30 activities described in this book. Areas covered include computation, math facts, equations, probability, prime numbers, etc. This book is in
Holt Science Skills Workshop Workbook: Reading in the Content Area Student Edition Workbook Published by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston 185-page student workbook. The activities and exercises in this program target the reading skills specific to
"In the Sanctuary of a South" 'challenges its readers to explore a poetic imagination grounded in a feel for the southern landscape, African American literary and political history, Black spirituality, and a creative fusion of Black folk speech with
Chemistry in the Community ChemCom 4th Edition (2002) Published by W. H. Freeman and Company This is an older edition, but the book is brand new and has never been used. If you are teaching a chemistry or physical science course, this book is a
This book is a great resource for any teacher, novice or veteran. It includes ideas that either we didn't learn about in college or forgot long ago. It goes beyond theory and infuses standards and best practices in one comprehensive book. It
Terrific strategies and practice pages that familiarize kids with standardized test formats and help them tackle the tests with confidence.
The authoritative handbook provides a wealth of urgently needed information to help parents of a hyperactive child understand and cope with their child's baffling behavior.
This book by Barbara R. Blackburn "focuses on the basic strategies you can integrate into everyday instruction in every subject area and across grade levels. It presents lively stories about how teachers motivate and engage students. There are 26
2002 Edition of Marilee Sprenger's Becoming a Wiz at Brain-Based teaching. Sprenger uses an analogy of the Wizard of Oz to get across her ideas. "This user-friendly guide effectively discusses expert findings about brain growth, structure, and
This book by Kay Burke, Ph.D. gives advice on what to do with the kid "who constantly disrupts class, or the kid who never participates, or the kid who needs special attention, or the one who always forgets his or her homework." Great condition
This book by Susan Winebrenner is a "gold mine of ways to help any student become a successful learner--without remediating, watering down content or repeating it endlessly, lowering expectations, or depriving other students of the time and
In this book by authors, Strong, Silver and Perini, "they go beyond simply showing what each standard looks like in various school settings. They provide research-based teaching strategies that can help all students meet each standard along with
This book by Barbara Presseisen is a collection of of articles which "maintains that teaching for intelligence holds great promise for all learners--both students and teachers. It inspires educators to examine their own perspectives regarding the
This collection of articles by Arthur L. Costa "inspires educators to examine the views of educational experts, as well as their own perspective, on intelligence." This book proves "that intelligence is an issue that must be embraced, examined, and
"This comprehensive, how-to-guide explains why portfolios are essential to educators' professional development and provides a step-by-step process for creating them." Kay Burke discusses the "two major types of portfolios for professional growth