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Everyone At The Table is a research-based, field-tested resource for leaders will be invaluable as they collaborate with their teachers to design better teacher evaluations. Includes video and additional tools on a companion Website, www.everyoneatthetable.org.
Wiley Learning Institute and The National Louis University to Host Global Education First Conference
Groundbreaking event to increase effectiveness of access to quality education worldwide
This book provides a portrait of today's college students (enrolled between 2005 and 2014) to help inform better research, practice, and policies designed to improve the undergraduate college experience and increase participation among underserved populations.
The sixth edition of this definitive, comprehensive work will be an essential resource for practitioners as well as the leading text for use in graduate courses on the topic, as the authors have once again addressed all the last developments in this fast-changing, fast-growing area of higher education
Get the inside scoop on what community college administrators do, why they do it, and how you can learn to navigate this complicated world of competing interests, from the author of the popular blog Confessions of a Community College Dean.
Reframes the concept of social justice to be more authentic and applied, and offers higher education practitioners and graduate students tools, pedagogies, and strategies to work with students in a way that is knowledgeable, confident, and compassionate to ensure transformative change on any campus
College admissions is as competitive as ever, and standing out in a crowd of qualified applicants gets harder and harder. Former admissions officers Alison Cooper Chisolm and Anna Ivey show applicants how to use every single part of the college application to go from LMO—“Like Many Others”—to Admit.
THE U.S. TECHNOLOGY SKILLS GAP is all about how America needs to find a way to fix its’ public education woes.
The late Theodore Sizer's vision for a truly democratic public high school system
From: Mind, Brain and Education
The First-Year Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-use Strategies, Tools and Activities for Meeting the Challenges of Each School Day
Thoroughly revised edition of the bestselling resource for new teachers
From picky toddlers to overweight tweens to vegetarian teens, parents confront many types of issues when trying to get their children to eat healthy meals. FEARLESS FEEDING written by pediatric nutrition experts helps parents understand how eating relates to their child's overall development and how they can help their children make good food choices.
The only practical, comprehensive guide to creating, implementing, and assessing a variety of vital first-year programs that focus on student success, persistence,
and retention to graduation
Revised edition of the classic book on classroom management
Introducing a new way to think about higher education, learning, and technology that prioritizes the benefits of the human dimension
Let two experienced college professors give you the real scoop on what it takes to succeed in college with this fun, informative guide. A great resource for high school students and incoming freshmen.
The Whole Spectrum of Social, Motor and Sensory Games: Using Every Child’s Natural Love of Play to Enhance Key Skills and Promote Inclusion
Fun easy games for parents and teachers to play with kids of all ages
A comprehensive guide to teaching in the growing field of online learning in grades 5-12 from the online teacher of the year
Why does anything exist? Why is there something rather than nothing? Why not nothing?
A super practical book for coaches, school leaders, teacher leaders, and mentors that includes tools, rubrics, and professional development activities to support excellent coaching.