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
Capture the beauty of butterflies and moths - in stained-glass style art! You get 16 gorgeous pictures, ready to be colored and displayed in your window. Each page is printed on special vellum-like paper to give you a stained glass effect. The
Capture the magnificence of the rainforest, from snakes to gigantic water lilies - in stained-glass style art! Here are 16 spectacular pictures of animals and plants in their natural rainforest habitat, printed on special vellum-like paper to give
For elementary teachers, this book from Teacher Created Materials includes sections on "How to Build and Maintain Home-School Communications," "How to Create a Positive Physical and Social Environment," "How to Effectively Manage the Classroom,"
This textbook includes everything you need to know about working with special needs students in your classroom. Chapters include information on Planning Instruction by Analyzing Classroom and Student Needs, explainign different disabilities,
John Mauk and John Metz. # Paperback: 736 pages # Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition (June 22, 2005) # Language: English # ISBN-10: 1413009972 Product Description Organized around common rhetorical situations that occur all around us,
This book is a large collection of essays offering a critical approach to the concepts of race, class, and gender, making thsi book an invaluable resource to inspire rich classroom discussion and deepen reader understanding of these social issues.
ISBN: 9780553279375 ISBN10: 0553279378 Publisher: Bantam Books Publish Date: 1993-November printing Edition: Reissue Pages: 304 Binding: Paperback Dimensions: 35.00 L x 22.50 W x 5.00 H Weight: 1.75 lbs COMMENTS: Cover differs from that
Seven  paperback copies of the novel by Kate Klise. The book is 226 pages long and includes "After Words" [with an interview with the author, additional information and an interactivity inside. Great book[s] for a small group or Literature
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
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
Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children (orig 35.95) Catherine E. Snow, M. Susan Burns, Peg Griffin Editors- The reading process/ Predictors of Success/ Agents for Change. Exc. Condition Family Literacy- Lesley Mandel MOrrow Ed. Exc.
This book insists that students learn not just from their classes but from their school's routines and rituals, especially about matters of character. It stresses the need to create schools that constantly demonstrate a belief in their students. A
This collection includes creative teaching ideas, compelling classroom narratives and hands-on examples of ways teachers can promote values of community, justice, and equality - and build acedemic skills. Sections include "Rethinking My Classroom,"
This book has a current, dynamic, realistic overview of the teaching profession. It will help you form opinions about entering the field of education. Great for education students and student teachers. Sections include "School and Students,"
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
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
Robin Fogarty's book "provides insight for linking brain research with Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences theory and Daniel Goleman's emotional intelligence theory. As well as with direct instructions of skills, graphic organizers, reflection,
This book "brings new research to support the process and importance of building a cooperative elementary, middle school, or high school classroom. This step-by-step SkyLight classic provides essentials for higher achievement through cooperative
standards and competencies. Science Essentials are also available from Jossey-Bass publishers at the Elementary and High School Levels. You'll find the lessons and activities at each level actively engage students in learning about the natural and
The author of Recreating Your Self offers survival strategies for adults who were abused--verbally, physically, or sexually--as young children and need help managing those unresolved feelings.
This book is well intended but flawed by its somewhat incoherent style, lack of good writing, and an inability or unwillingness to target an audience. The brief autobiographical chapters offer counsel and moral support to the aspiring author, with a
Holt Science Laboratory Manager's Professional Reference Lab Safety manual for all science teachers. If you are new to teaching or just need a refresher course in laboratory safety, this book is a MUST HAVE. This 159-page lab safety manual has
This reference book by Kate Turabian is great for you, your students or anyone trying to write a research paper or thesis in Chicago style. Sections include: Research and Writing: From Planning to Production, Source Citation, and Style. Copyright
Holt BioSources Inquiry Skills Development - Teacher's Edition This is a teacher edition biology lab manual containing 34 life science labs. The labs are divided into 8 units: (1) Cell Structure and Function, (2) Genetics, (3) Evolution, (4)
A set of 10 books titled, "Through Children's Eyes: Tales of Old Columbus", by Carole Gerber and Marty Husted.
A Month of Ideas at your fingertips! grades 1-3 * Last name is on the cover. I am a teacher. IDEAS include: - Summertime travel - Friendship - Watermelon - Rocks - Safari Animals - Insects - Aviation - Ice Cream
A set of three software cds: Cartopedia (isbn: 0-7894-0263-7) for Windows, My First Amazing Dictionary (isbn: 0-7894-0252-1 (for Macintosh), and Earth Quest (isbn: 0-7894-1235-7) for MAC and WIN. Also comes with the book: The Best-Ever Web Sites by
Set of materials includes: *150 Years of Baseball: Collectors Edition (over 500 pgs Hardcover) *2 NEW & UNOPENED Brooklyn Dodgers Videos: "Twiglight at Noon--the Jackie Robinson Story" & "The Last Trolley- A Tale of 2 Cities" *Paperback
This uplifting and encouraging prayer guide is perfect to tuck into your desk drawer for those moments when you need a little quiet reflection. Packed with more than 200 scriptural promises and companion prayers, this collection helps you follow the
This is a collection of articles reprinted from the Journal of College Science Teaching. The writers are college science teachers that suggest strategies other than traditional lecture methods including: quizzes, student forums, interactive
Creating Curriculum - Teachers and Students as a Community of Learners Kathy G. Short, Carolyn Burke Heinemann, 1991 In this brief book the authors have written a true primer Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ a work to be read in preparation for further discussion of
This is a new book. Everything you need to build different mouse-trap cars. Complete with illustrations and excellent descriptions. This book explains the science behind the mousetrap car. The language is kid-friendly and informative. This is the