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Attention Grabbing Tools for Involving Parents in Their Children’s Learning. Jane Baskwill, $24.95

In this age cell phones and social media, of sound bites of eyewitness recordings, the very definition of communication is changing. This book explores a wide range of tools — from take-home information and materials, through parent conferences and learning nights, to digital and social media. Teachers will learn new ways to establish and maintain a solid parent-teacher relationship, one that holds the child at the centre of all education decisions.


Becoming a Growth Mindset School: the Power of Mindset to Transform Teaching, Leadership and Learning. Chris Hildrew, $37.70

Becoming a Growth Mindset School explores the theories which underpin a growth mindset ethos and lays out how to embed them into the culture of a school. It offers step-by-step guidance for school leaders to help build an approach to teaching and learning that will encourage children to embrace challenge, persist in the face of setback, and see effort as the path to mastery. The book isn’t about quick fixes or miracle cures, but an evidence-based transformation of the way we think and talk about teaching, leading, and learning.

Drawing upon his own extensive experience and underpinned by the groundbreaking scholarship of Carol Dweck, Angela Duckworth, and others, Chris Hildrew navigates the difficulties, practicalities, and opportunities presented by implementing a growth mindset, such as:

  • forming a growth mindset curriculum
  • launching a growth mindset with staff
  • marking, assessing, and giving feedback with a growth mindset
  • growth mindset misconceptions and potential mistakes
  • family involvement with a growth mindset

Innovatively and accessibly written, this thoroughly researched guide shows how a growth mindset ethos benefits the whole school community, from its students and teachers to parents and governors. Becoming A Growth Mindset School will be of invaluable use to all educational leaders and practitioners.

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The Best Schools: How Human Development Research Should Inform Educational Practice. Thomas Armstrong, $26.50

While most of the dialogue in education today is about accountability, standardized testing, and adequate yearly progress, the truth is that student success is deeply connected to the physical, emotional, and cognitive needs that they have at different ages. The best schools already know this and follow practices that are academically engaging and developmentally appropriate. Now here's a book that looks at these schools and highlights the similarities of their programs. Discover how these schools help their students reach their true potential by using an approach to education that includes:

  • An emphasis on play for early childhood learning
  • Theme- and project-based learning for elementary school students
  • Active learning that recognizes the social, emotional, and cognitive needs of adolescents in middle schools
  • Mentoring, apprenticeships, and cooperative education for high school students

Explore learning settings, pedagogical tools, and instructional approaches that any school can adopt to inspire students of all ages to discover their passion for learning.


Bridging School & Home through Family Nights: Ready-to-Use Plans for Grades K-8. Diane Kyle, Ellen McIntyre, Karen Miller & Gayle Moore, $22.95

Research confirms the link between family involvement and academic success. Yet, as student populations become increasingly diverse, educators face a daunting challenge in establishing close connections with families. Bridging School and Home Through Family Nights offers all the information, materials, and resources for planning and implementing events that build effective relationships. Drawing on their own experiences and extensive research, the authors include information on adapting events for special populations, issues around providing food and incentives, cost-saving ideas, and additional resources. Each of the book’s thirteen family night chapters is a self-contained unit that provides event procedures, needed materials, connections with national standards, and numerous reproducibles, including:

• Invitations • Agendas • Sign-in sheets • Evaluation forms • Activity worksheets • Handouts • Overheads

Productive family night experiences offer an enjoyable and meaningful way for schools to reach out to families and get them involved. This book is appropriate for K-8 teachers and principals or anyone in the school or district responsible for family events.

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Building School 2.0: How to Create the Schools We Need. Chris Lehmann & Zac Chase, $33.95

There is a growing desire to re-examine education and learning. Educators use the phrase "school 2.0" to think about what schools will look like in the future. Moving beyond a basic examination of using technology for classroom instruction, Building School 2.0 is a larger discussion of how education, learning, and our physical school spaces can — and should — change because of the changing nature of our lives brought on by these technologies.

Each section of Building School 2.0 presents a thesis designed to help educators and administrators to examine specific practices in their schools, and to then take their conclusions from theory to practice. Collectively, the theses represent a new vision of school, built off of the best of what has come before us, but with an eye toward a future we cannot fully imagine.


Change Leader: Learning to Do What Matters Most.  Michael Fullan, $33.95

In his previous best-selling books, Michael Fullan examined the concepts and processes of change. Now he turns his focus to the core practices of leadership that are so vital for leading in today's complex world. Fullan argues that powerful leaders have built bedrocks of credibility, have learned how to identify the few things that matter most, and know how to leverage their skills in ways that benefit their entire organization.

  • Provides a much-needed leadership guide for today's turbulent climate
  • Written by an internationally acclaimed authority on organizational change
  • Includes illustrative examples from business, education, nonprofit, and government sectors
  • Shows leaders how to eschew policies and strategies that focus on shallow and short-term goals and develop leadership skills for long-term success

Classroom Observation: a Guide to the Effective Observation of Teaching and Learning. Matt O’Leary, $49.50

CLASSROOM OBSERVATION explores the pivotal role of lesson observation in the training, assessment and development of new and experienced teachers. Offering practical guidance and detailed insight on an aspect of training that is a source of anxiety for many teachers, this thought-provoking book offers a critical analysis of the place, role and nature of lesson observation in the lives of education professionals. Illustrated throughout with practical examples from a range of education settings, it considers observation as a means of assessing teaching and learning and also as a way of developing teachers’ skills and knowledge.

Written for all student and practicing teachers as well teacher educators and those engaged in educational research, CLASSROOM OBSERVATION is an essential introduction to how we observe, why we observe and how it can be best used to improve teaching and learning.

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Classroom Warm-Ups In a Jar®: Quick and Meaningful Activities for All Grades. $14.99

Short, easy, fun classroom activities to get things going in the morning or after a break.


The Classrooms All Young Children Need: Lessons in Teaching from Vivian Paley. Patricia Cooper, $33.50

Teacher and author Vivian Paley is highly regarded for her original insights into such seemingly everyday issues as play, story, gender, and how young children think. She is also recognized for exposing racism and exclusion in the early childhood classroom. In The Classrooms All Young Children Need, Patricia Cooper takes a synoptic view of Paley’s many books and articles, charting the evolution of Paley’s thinking while revealing the seminal characteristics of her teaching philosophy. This careful analysis leads Cooper to identify a pedagogical model organized around two complementary principles: a curriculum that promotes play and imagination, and the idea of classrooms as fair places where young children of every color, ability, and disposition are welcome. With timely attention paid to debates about the reduction in time for play in the early childhood classroom, the role of race in education, and No Child Left Behind, The Classrooms All Young Children Need will be embraced by anyone tasked with teaching our youngest pupils.


The Co-Teaching Book of Lists, Grades K-12. Katherine Perez, $35.95

Filled with down-to-earth ideas, suggestions, strategies, and techniques, THE CO-TEACHING BOOK OF LISTS provides educators with a hands-on resource for making the co-teaching experience a success. Written by educator and popular teacher trainer Kathy Perez, this book gives educators a classroom-tested and user-friendly reference for the co-taught classroom.

Topics covered include: roles and responsibilities; setting up the classroom; establishing classroom climate; effective accommodations and modifications for students; goal-setting; negotiating conflicts; scheduling issues; and more. This easily accessible reference presents numerous positive and ready-to-use tips, strategies, and resources for collaborative teaching and student success.

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Co-Teaching That Works: Structures and Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning. Anne Beninghof, $35.95

This book provides practical ideas for defining teacher roles, planning lessons, providing effective instruction, and maximizing the value of each team member. Teachers and instructional leaders at all levels and in a wide variety of content areas will find examples that emphasize creative yet time-efficient instructional strategies that lend themselves beautifully to the co-taught classroom.

This user-friendly, comprehensive book is filled with concrete ideas teachers can implement immediately in the classroom to boost student learning and engagement.


Counseling Skills for Teachers: Listening, Questioning, Modeling, Reframing, Goal Setting, Empathizing. Jeffrey Kottler & Ellen Kottler, $25.99

By necessity, today's teachers do much more than deliver instruction. In the classroom, on the playground, or even in the parking lot, teachers are often called upon to respond quickly and appropriately to students' social and emotional needs, drawing from instinct more than anything else.

In this second edition of the bestselling Counseling Skills for Teachers, Jeffrey and Ellen Kottler expertly guide pre-service and in-service teachers to be effective helpers in the context of today's most common challenges, highlighting issues related to homelessness, grief and loss, and bullying and harassment. With an entirely new chapter on "Counseling Yourself," the book offers teachers sure-fire techniques for taking better care of themselves and the students in their schools.


Creating the Dynamic Classroom: a Handbook for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Susan Schwartz & Mindy Pollishuke, $69.95

An essential pre-service and in-service text for university faculty, school principals, mentors, and teachers. Creating the Dynamic Classroom is a valuable resource for both new and experienced teachers. It educates teachers on how to set up a classroom where students are empowered to create a positive learning environment that considers social, developmental, and environmental issues critically. By highlighting their own understandings, the authors help teachers make the necessary links between philosophy and practical application. They examine the classroom environment, timetabling, instructional strategies, organization and classroom atmosphere and outline a multitude of ways to put their ideas into action.

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Creating a Positive School Culture: How Principals and Teachers Can Solve Problems Together. Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin & Maureen Taylor, $25.99

Principals and teachers have very different perspectives, pressures, and struggles. As a result, problems of negativity, isolation, or censure often develop among staff members. This may cause principals and teachers to spend a tremendous amount of energy addressing these issues instead of focusing on their primary goal — improved student achievement.

Creating a Positive School Culture provides strategies for understanding and solving staff problems, preventing conflicts, and enriching school climates. By combining therapeutic knowledge with day-to-day educational experience, the authors offer innovative solutions for overcoming many energy- and morale-sapping problems, including gossip, cliques, negativity, and competition.


The Creative Teacher: an Encyclopedia of Ideas to Energize Your Classroom, 2nd Edition. Steve Springer, Brandy Alexander & Kimberly Persiani, $26.95 (K-6)

To keep your students engaged in the classroom, you have to get them excited about learning. From the authors of The Organized Teacher, this award-winning resource offers hundreds of creative ideas to reenergize your lesson plans for any subject — from waking up the tired book report to making math fun. Just a few of the ideas inside THE CREATIVE TEACHER include:

  • "I woke up five inches tall" and other quick-start creative-writing prompts
  • How-it-works science experiments with electricity, ice cream, volcanoes — even how to make flubber
  • Enthusiasm-generating math tools—from clock and fraction templates to creating your own money . . . and more!
  • This new edition boasts a new CD-ROM with many pages of reproducible content including worksheets, project ideas, templates for journal pages, and more.

Data Literacy for Teachers. Nancy Love, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Educators’ effective use of school data is a hallmark of improving schools. But all the data in the world will have little impact on student achievement unless teachers feel comfortable, knowledgeable, and skilled in using a variety of data on a regular basis to improve teaching and learning. This reference guides provides a simple framework for strengthening data literacy and answering these questions:

  • What kinds of data do teachers analyze, individually and with colleagues? For what purpose? How often?
  • How can data use have an immediate and direct impact on instruction and achievement?

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The Elementary Teacher’s Book of Lists, Grades K-5. Gary Robert Muscghla, Judy Muschla & Erin Muschla, $35.95

An essential reference for all elementary teachers, this comprehensive resource contains useful lists on all the subjects elementary teachers need - from core content to tips on classroom management to advice for students on study skills. The lists highlight vital areas of interest including reading, writing, mathematics, and science, social studies, developing social skills, developing effective study skills, and working with an inclusive classroom.


The End of Ignorance: Multiplying Our Human Potential. John Mighton, $19.95

The End of Ignorance conceives of a world in which no child is left behind–a world based on the assumption that each child has the potential to be successful in every subject. John Mighton argues that by recognizing the barriers that we have experienced in our own educational development, by identifying the moment that we became disenchanted with a certain subject and forever closed ourselves off to it, we will be able to eliminate these same barriers from standing in the way of our children.

A passionate examination of our present education system, The End of Ignorance shows how we all can work together to reinvent the way that we are taught.


The Essential Conversation: What Parents and Teachers Can Learn from Each Other. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, $19.00

Through vivid portraits and parables, Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot captures the dynamics of this complex, intense relationship from the perspective of both parents and teachers. She identifies new principles and practices for improving family-school relationships in a voice that combines the passion of a mother, the skepticism of a social scientist, and the keen understanding of one of an experienced educator.

For parents and teachers who seek productive dialogues and collaborative alliances in support of the learning and growth of their children, this book will offer valuable insights, incisive lessons, and deft guidance on how to communicate more effectively. In The Essential Conversation, Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot brings scholarship, warmth, and wisdom to an immensely important cultural subject — the way we raise our children.

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Essential Listening Skills for Busy School Staff: What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say. Nick Luxmore, $21.95

How do you listen effectively when you're already late for a meeting? How do you respond to a girl who's so angry that she's threatening to hit someone? Or to a boy who feels like giving up altogether? How do you listen, not only to students, but also to parents and to colleagues? Whatever your role in school, listening will be at the heart of what you do. Your school will be measured, in part, by the quality of its daily relationships and those relationships will depend on how confidently people are able to listen to each other.

This book answers all the difficult questions about how to listen, what to say, confidentiality and more. Helping with particular issues such as bullying, relationship difficulties, depression and self-harm is also covered.


Everything I Need to Know About Teaching They Forgot to Tell Me! Stacey Jarvis & Bob Algozzine, $31.50

The worries, concerns and questions of first-year educators can be overwhelming and eventually lead to teachers leaving the profession. This candid look at the pressures and surprises of the first year of teaching provides the new teacher with guidance and advice that is full of encouragement, humor, and practical ideas, all based on real first-year experiences. This guidebook emphasizes the aspects of teaching that college professors don’t teach. Authors Stacey Jarvis and Bob Algozzine take a realistic approach to the unforeseen pitfalls that new teachers face, focusing on the major concerns of novice teachers:

  • Controlling workload, managing time, and overcoming fatigue
  • Forming strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Maintaining autonomy and control of teaching styles and methods

Everything a New Elementary School Teacher REALLY Needs to Know (But Didn’t Learn In College). Otis Kriegel, $22.99

Not your typical how-to manual for new teachers, this no-nonsense, jargon-free elementary school teacher resource offers a wide variety of tools and tactics for getting through every school day with grace and sanity. These tips and hundreds more, covering virtually every aspect of teaching, have all been learned the hard way: from real-life classroom experience. Otis Kriegel’s “little black book” will be a treasured resource for teachers who want not only to survive but to thrive in any situation.

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Finnish Lessons 2.0: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?Pasi Sahlberg, $33.50

With Finnish Lessons 2.0, Pasi Sahlberg has thoroughly updated his groundbreaking account of how Finland built a world-class education system during the past four decades. The author traces the evolution of education policies in Finland and highlights how they differ from the United States and other industrialized countries. Featuring substantial additions throughout the text, Finnish Lessons 2.0demonstrates how systematically focusing on teacher and leader professionalism, building trust between the society and its schools, and investing in educational equity rather than competition, choice, and other market-based reforms make Finnish schools an international model of success. This second edition details the complexity of meaningful change by examining Finland’s educational performance in light of the most recent international assessment data and domestic changes.


Fires in the Middle School Bathroom: Advice for Teachers from Middle Schoolers. Kathleen Cushman & Laura Rogers, $29.95

Fires in the Middle School Bathroom offers a window into the world of early adolescence. Diverse student voices offer teachers insight into the constantly changing inner life of students in the middle grades.


The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher, 3rd Edition. Harry Wong & Rosemary Wong, $46.50

The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through the most effective ways to begin a school year and continue to become an effective teacher. This is the most basic book on how to teach. Every teacher and administrator needs to have a copy. The book is used in thousands of school districts, in over 65 countries, and in over 1000 college classrooms. It works and it's inspiring.

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The First-Year Teacher’s Checklist: a Quick Reference for Classroom Success, Grades K-12. Julia Thompson, $25.95

An easy-to-use reference, with hundreds of time (and classroom) tested answers, ideas, techniques and teaching tools that will help you on your way to a successful and productive first year.


First Year Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools & Activities for Meeting the Challenges of Each School Day, 3rd edition. Julia Thompson, $39.95

Thoroughly revised edition of the bestselling resource for new teachers--complete with discussion questions, downloadable handouts, and a staff development guide


Five Standards for Effective Teaching: How to Succeed with All Learners, Grades K-8. Stephanie Stoll Dalton, $26.95

An ideal model for differentiating teaching for inclusive instruction in any classroom.

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Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement. Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams, $31.50

Flipped classroom pioneers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams take their revolutionary educational philosophy to the next level in Flipped Learning. Building on the energy of the thousands of educators inspired by the influential book Flip Your Classroom, this installment is all about what happens next — when a classroom is truly student-centered and teachers are free to engage with students on an individual level.

Flipping, combined with practical project-based learning pedagogy, changes everything. Loaded with powerful stories from teachers across curriculum and grade levels, Flipped Learning will once again turn your expectations upside-down and fuel your excitement for teaching and learning.


For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education. Christopher Emdin, $22.00

Drawing on his own experience of feeling undervalued and invisible in classrooms as a young man of color and merging his experiences with more than a decade of teaching and researching in urban America, award-winning educator Christopher Emdin offers a new lens on an approach to teaching and learning in urban schools. He begins by taking to task the perception of urban youth of color as un-teachable, and he challenges educators to embrace and respect each student’s culture and to re-imagine the classroom as a site where roles are reversed and students become the experts in their own learning.

Putting forth his theory of Reality Pedagogy, Emdin provides practical tools to unleash the brilliance and eagerness of youth and educators alike — both of whom have been typecast and stymied by outdated modes of thinking about urban education. With this fresh and engaging new pedagogical vision, Emdin demonstrates the importance of creating a family structure and building communities within the classroom, using culturally relevant strategies like hip-hop music and call-and-response, and connecting the experiences of urban youth to indigenous populations globally. Merging real stories with theory, research, and practice, Emdin demonstrates how by implementing the “Seven C’s” of reality pedagogy in their own classrooms, urban youth of color benefit from truly transformative education.

Lively, accessible, and revelatory, For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood...and the Rest of Y’all Too is the much-needed antidote to traditional top-down pedagogy and promises to radically reframe the landscape of urban education for the better.

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The Herb Kohl Reader: Awakening the Heart of Teaching.  Herbert Kohl, $24.95

Now, for the first time, readers can find collected in one place key essays and excerpts spanning the whole of Kohl’s career, including practical as well as theoretical writings. The best writing from a lifetime in the trenches, from the renowned and much-beloved National Book Award-winning educator, The Herb Kohl Reader is destined to become a major new resource for old fans and a new generation of teachers and parents.


How to Handle Difficult Parents: Proven Solutions for Teachers, 2nd Edition.  Suzanne Capek Tingley, $23.95

Practical advice for teachers, presented with a sense of humor. The stress of dealing with difficult parents remains one of the top reasons teachers cite for leaving the profession. How to Handle Difficult Parents helps teachers learn how to cope more effectively, with sound advice for working a wide range of parenting “styles”.


I Learn from Children: an Adventure in Progressive Education. Caroline Pratt, $23.50

A century ago, the American educator Caroline Pratt created an innovative school that she hoped would produce independent thinkers, by asking herself a question: "Was it unreasonable to try to fit the school to the child, rather than... the child to the school?" A strong-willed, small-town schoolteacher who ran a one-room schoolhouse by the time she was seventeen, Pratt came to viscerally reject the teaching methods of her day, which often featured a long-winded teacher at the front of the room and rows of miserable children, on benches nailed to the floor, stretching to the back.

In this classic 1948 memoir, now in its fourth edition, Pratt recounts, in a wry voice much closer to Will Rogers than John Dewey, how she founded what is now the dynamic City and Country School in New York City; invented the maple "unit blocks" that have become a staple in classrooms and children's homes around the globe; and came to play an important role in reimagining preschool and primary-school education in ways that resound in the tumultuously creative age before us. This edition features a new introduction by Ian Frazier, as well as additional commentary, and an afterword.

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I Won't Learn from You: the Role of Assent in Learning. Herbert Kohl, $18.95

Herbert Kohl's acclaimed essay maintains that students' sense of dignity and self-worth are directly linked to both their refusal and their willingness to learn. Kohl suggests that teachers, schools, and society must address this issue before learning can take place.


Incredible Teachers: Nurturing Children’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Competence. Carolyn Webster-Stratton, $42.95

Incredible Teachers is for day care providers and teachers of young children ages 3-8 years. The book presents a variety of creative classroom management strategies for teachers to use to meet children’s developmental milestones and teach emotional literacy, friendship skills, self-regulation and problem solving skills. Teachers are encouraged to set up individualized programs for children who are at risk due to learning difficulties, hyperactivity, impulsivity, attention deficit disorder, language and reading delays, depressive or aggressive behavior. The author shows how teachers can integrate individualized, culturally sensitive interventions for such children in the mainstream classroom. The book also shows how to partner with parents to promote their children’s social, emotional, language and academic competence.

This book is the text for teachers using the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management Program and the Child Dinosaur Emotional, Social and Problem Solving Curriculum. It can be useful as a stand-alone guide for teachers and caregivers.


I’ve Got Something to Say! How Student Voices Inform Our Teaching. David Booth, $24.95

Classrooms where student voices count encourage students to be more engaged with their learning, and to connect to issues that will affect their education. In this timely book, teachers will learn how to inspire students to buy into their own learning by giving them a voice in determining, organizing, structuring, and responding to what is happening in the classroom. Throughout the book, transcripts from real children's classroom dialogues and conversations elaborate on a huge variety of classroom interactions. The book offers practical strategies that will engage students in thoughtful dialogue and discussion as a class, in groups, and with partners. Students will learn to recognize when they have a voice, when they are marginalized, and what they can do about being heard.

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Kick-Start Your Class: Academic Icebreakers to Engage Students. LouAnne Johnson, $29.95

LouAnne Johnson's newest book is a collection of fun and simple educational icebreaker activities that get students excited and engaged from the very first minute of class. These activities are great to use with students at all levels, and many of the activities include variations and modifications for different groups. Research has shown that the use of icebreakers increases student motivation by creating an emotional connection between the student and school. In as little as five minutes, a creative icebreaker can engage students' brains, encourage critical thinking, and much more. No matter what your students' age group this book will give you the tools you need to create a classroom environment that promotes learning.


Learning to Lead: Effective Leadership Skills for Teachers of Young Children, 2nd Edition. Debra Ren-Etta Sullivan, $33.50

Recognize, shape, and use your leadership skills to become a stronger, more effective teacher. Learning to Lead provides an in-depth look at how leadership skills impact all areas of early childhood care and education with an accessible combination of leadership theory and practice. Topics and issues covered include human development, diversity, anti-bias; work with families and social change.


Making It Till Friday: Your Guide to Effective Classroom Management, 5th Edition. James Long & Robert Williams, $44.95

By recognizing and addressing the difficulties of classroom management for both new and experienced teachers, Making It Till Friday is designed to help teachers enjoy teaching and students enjoy learning. Each chapter introduces established techniques as well as new trends in classroom management that teachers can apply every day.


Men Teaching Children 3-11: Dismantling Gender Barriers. Elizabeth Burn & Simon Pratt-Adams, $49.95

Men Teaching Children 3-11 provides a comprehensive exploration of work experiences of men who teach young children. The authors draw on their own research as well as international studies to provide realistic strategies to help to remove barriers in order to develop a more gender-balanced teacher workforce. Burn and Pratt-Adams, former primary school teachers who have both experienced these unfair gender practices, also trace the historical roots of the gender barriers that have now become embedded within the occupational culture.

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Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness: a Guide for Anyone Who Teaches Anything. Deborah Schoeberlein, $22.95

Mindfulness has gone mainstream, and author Deborah Schoeberlein pioneers its practical application in education. Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness emphasizes how the teacher's personal familiarity with mindfulness plants the seed for an education infused with attention, awareness, kindness, empathy, compassion, and gratitude. This book is perfect for teachers of all kinds: schoolteachers, adult educators, coaches, and parents – in short, anyone who teaches anything.


Never Work Harder Than Your Students & Other Principles of Great Teaching. Robyn Jackson, $29.95

Is great teaching a gift that only a few are born with, or is it a skill that can be learned? In Never Work Harder Than Your Students, Robyn Jackson makes a radical assertion: Any teacher can become a master teacher by developing a master teacher mindset. The master teacher mindset can be achieved by rigorously applying seven principles to your teaching until they become your automatic response to students in the classroom. The more you practice these seven principles, the more you begin to think like a master teacher.


The New Meaning of Educational Change, 5th Edition. Michael Fullan, $50.95

The New Meaning of Educational Change is the definitive textbook on the study of educational change. Based on practical and fundamental work with education systems in several countries, the text captured the dilemmas and leading ideas for successful large-scale systemic reform. This updated edition includes decision-makers at all levels — from the local school community to the national level — and introduces many new and powerful ideas for formulating strategies and implementing solutions that will improve educational systems. Widely used by university professors, policymakers, and practitioners throughout North America and in many other countries, this perennial bestseller shows us how to:

  • Develop collaborative cultures at the school level, while avoiding superficial versions of professional learning communities.
  • Foster district-wide success in all schools, illustrating how state and national systems can achieve total system transformation based on identifying and fostering meaning for educators at every level.
  • Integrate individual and systemic success, a rare feat in today’s school reform efforts.
  • Be a powerful resource for everyone involved in school reform.

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100 Essential Forms for New Teachers, Grades K-5. Linda Ward Beech, $26.99

A must-have collection of checklists, planning sheets, assessments and more that puts all the forms you’ll need at your fingertips. Includes a CD-ROM with customizable forms, lesson-plan templates, graphic organizers, rubrics and more!


1000 Best New Teacher Survival Secrets. Kandace Martin & Kathleen Brenny, $21.99

Two experienced educators show you how to:

  • organize your classroom
  • survive your first week
  • document student progress and assessment
  • deal with teacher-parent conferences
  • manage stress and stay healthy
  • create a safe school environment
  • and enjoy your career as a teacher across all grade levels

The Organized Teacher, 2nd Edition: a Hands-On Guide to Setting Up and Running a Terrific Classroom. Steve Springer, Kimberly Persiani-Becker, Brandy Alexander, $33.95

Everything you need to know to run an organized and flourishing classroom, even if it is your first year teaching! Now this classic bestseller has been revised with fresh ideas and comes with a CD-ROM bursting with printable checklists and templates. Inside you'll find:

  • Reproducible pages ready for use, including charts, diagrams, guidelines, sample record pages, lesson plan sheets, and more
  • Ideas for your classroom, including art projects and playground games
  • More than 150 forms and checklists available on CD-ROM
  • New and improved ideas to make your classroom work efficiently

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Quick Answers for Busy Teachers: Solutions to 60 Common Challenges. Annette Breaux & Todd Whitaker, $35.95

Quick Answers for Busy Teachers presents some of the most common challenges teachers encounter in the classroom, and provides expert help toward solving those problems. This easy-to-read guide is organized into short, discreet chapters, making it an ideal quick reference for on-the-spot answers, with practical advice and concise, actionable solutions. Readers will develop systems for dealing with issues that repeatedly crop up, from handling the out-of-control class to falling out of love with the job. The book offers innovative methods and techniques that improve student achievement and behavior while minimizing stress on the teacher. Recover from challenging situations with parents, students, coworkers, or administrators, implement a system that keeps those challenges from happening again, and learn to relax and enjoy this richly rewarding profession.

Teaching is difficult. Educators must grapple with a roomful of diverse students, an evolving curriculum, massive organization of books, papers, and supplies, and ever-changing technology. They must deal with challenges from uninvolved parents, over-involved parents, administrators, and fellow educators. This book helps teachers avoid some of the frustration by providing solutions for the sixty most common challenges teachers face.

As a teacher, igniting young minds is only a small part of the battle – it's usually everything else that makes teachers occasionally reconsider their career choice. With solutions and systems in place ahead of time, readers can handle challenges swiftly and skillfully with Quick Answers for Busy Teachers.


Quick Tips: Making the First Six Weeks a Success, Grades K-5. Kelly Bergman, $22.99

A mentor teacher’s practical tips, strategies and ready-to-use forms to help you set up and manage an efficient, productive classroom. Includes a CD with more than 30 timesaving forms and graphic organizers.

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The Rose that Grew from Concrete: Teaching and Learning with Disenfranchised Youth. Diane Wishart, $24.95

Quality of education is a topic as important to Canadians as national health care, but what happens when students start to fall between the cracks in the system? As part of her research for The Rose that Grew from Concrete, Diane Wishart interviewed many at-risk students in an urban high school, including a number of aboriginal students. What Wishart discovered weren't statistics, but teens and their experiences, needs, and personalities. The qualitative analysis that comes from these interviews doesn't supply a blueprint to fix the educational system. However, it does give a fresh, objective viewpoint for policy makers, scholars, teachers, and the general public to consider.


The Same Thing Over and Over: How School Reformers Get Stuck in Yesterday’s Ideas. Frederick Hess, $30.95

In this genial and challenging overview of endless debates over school reform, Rick Hess shows that even bitter opponents in debates about how to improve schools agree on much more than they realize — and that much of it must change radically.

Most educators and advocates take many things for granted. The one-teacher–one-classroom model. The professional full-time teacher. Students grouped in age-defined grades. The nine-month calendar. Top-down local district control. All were innovative and exciting — in the nineteenth century. As Hess shows, the system hasn’t changed since most Americans lived on farms and in villages, since school taught you to read, write, and do arithmetic, and since only the elite went to high school, let alone college.

Arguing that a fundamentally nineteenth century system can’t be right for a twenty-first century world, Hess suggests that uniformity gets in the way of quality, and urges us to create a much wider variety of schools, to meet a greater range of needs for different kinds of talents, needed by a vastly more complex and demanding society.


Schooling the Next Generation: Creating Success in Urban Elementary Schools. Dan Zuberi, $32.95

Public schools are among the most important institutions in North American communities, especially in disadvantaged urban neighbourhoods. At their best, they enable students to overcome challenges like poverty by providing vital literacy and numeracy skills. At their worst, they condemn students to failure, both economically and in terms of preparing them to be active participants in a democratic society.

In Schooling the Next Generation, Dan Zuberi documents the challenges facing ten East Vancouver elementary schools in diverse lower-income communities, as well as the ways their principals, teachers, and parents are overcoming these challenges. Going beyond the façade of standardized test scores, Zuberi identifies the kinds of school and community programs that are making a difference and could be replicated in other schools. At the same time, he calls into question the assumptions behind a test score-driven search for “successful schools.” Focusing on early literacy and numeracy skills mastery, Schooling the Next Generation presents a slate of policy recommendations to help students in urban elementary schools achieve their full potential.

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Self-Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.  Patricia Tollison, Katherine Synatschk & Gaea Logan, $53.95

Organized as both a text about self-regulation and a step-by-step, practical guide to developing a program for helping children and adolescents, this text is a valuable resource for counselors, teachers, and behavior specialists.


A Sense of Belonging: Sustaining and Retaining New Teachers. Jennifer Allen, $27.95

This inspiring book provides research-based, practical ideas on how to support new teachers while honoring the innovation, idealism, and optimistic enthusiasm that they bring to the classroom. It shares strategies on everything from supporting new teachers early in the year, to offering ongoing help with curriculum planning and facilitating professional development opportunities. The book demonstrates that when schools embrace, encourage, and celebrate the work of new teachers, they establish a supportive community that fosters excellence and improves retention.


Substitute Teacher's Survival Guide: 10 Keys to Success. Joseph Casbarro, $12.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

There are a number of skills that a substitute teacher needs to develop in order to make their experience successful. This reference guide provides practical and targeted strategies that will increase their effectiveness and success in the classroom.

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Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques That Put Students on the Path to College. Doug Lemov, $37.95

This teaching guide is a must-have for new and experienced teachers alike. Over 700,000 teachers around the world already know how the techniques in this book turn educators into classroom champions. With ideas for everything from classroom management to inspiring student engagement, you will be able to perfect your teaching practice right away. With the sample lesson plans, videos, and teachlikeachampion.com online community, you will be teaching like a champion in no time. The classroom techniques you'll learn in this book can be adapted to suit any context. Find out why Teach Like a Champion is a "teaching Bible" for so many educators worldwide.


Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0: A Practical Resource to Make the 62 Techniques Your Own. Doug Lemov, Joaquin Hernandez & Jennifer Kim, $51.95

Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0 is the teacher's hands-on guide to improving their craft. Field Guide 2.0 is a practical workbook, outlining all the tools a teacher needs to make champion teaching a reality in their classroom starting now. Coauthored by fellow educators Joaquin Hernandez and Jennifer Kim, the book is a practical guide for adapting the techniques to fit classrooms and teachers everywhere. With over 75 video clips of the techniques in play and 100+ field-tested activities to boot, Field Guide 2.0 is the professional development tool every school leader dreams of. It's the teaching playbook that every teacher, principal, and coach should have in their library, chock-full of actionable tools that unlock a teacher's potential so they can push their students to do the same!


Teach Like Finland: 33 Simple Strategies for Joyful Classrooms. Timothy Walker, $34.95

How does Finnish education — with short school days, light homework loads, and little standardized testing — produce students who match the PISA scores of high-powered, stressed-out kids in Asia?

When Timothy Walker started teaching fifth graders at a Helsinki public school, he began a search for the secrets behind the successes of Finland’s schools. Walker wrote about several of those discoveries, and his Atlantic articles on this subject became hot topics of conversation. Here, he gathers all he learned and reveals how any teacher can implement many of Finland's best practices. Remarkably, Finland is prioritizing the joy of learning in its newest core curricula and Walker carefully highlights specific strategies that support joyful K-12 classrooms and integrate seamlessly with educational standards in the United States.

From incorporating brain breaks to offering a peaceful learning environment, this book pulls back the curtain on the joyful teaching practices of the world's most lauded school system. His message is simple but profound: these Finland-inspired strategies can be used in the U.S. and other countries. No educator — or parent of a school-aged child — will want to miss out on the message of joy and change conveyed in this book.

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Teach Like Your Hair’s On Fire: the Methods and Madness Inside Room 56. Rafe Esquith, $16.50

In a Los Angeles neighborhood plagued by guns, gangs, and drugs, there is an exceptional classroom known as Room 56. The fifth graders inside are first-generation immigrants who live in poverty and speak English as a second language. They also play Vivaldi, perform Shakespeare, score in the top 1 percent on standardized tests, and go on to attend Ivy League universities. Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire is a brilliant and inspiring road map for parents, teachers, and anyone who cares about the future success of our children.


Teaching Kindergarten: Learner-Centered Classrooms for the 21st Century. Julie Diamond, Betsy Grob, & Fretta Reitzes, Editors, $41.95

This book presents a model for 21st-century kindergartens that is rooted in child-centered learning and also shaped by the needs and goals of the present day. Classroom teachers working with diverse populations of students and focusing on issues of social justice provide vivid descriptions of classroom life across urban and rural communities. Teacher reflections and commentary from the editors link teacher decisions to principles of good practice. Teaching Kindergarten illustrates how a progressive, learning-centered approach can not only meet equity and accountability goals, but go well beyond that to educate the whole child. Book Features:

  • Rich examples of learner-centered teaching in diverse public school settings
  • Depictions of integrated curricula in science, social studies, math, arts, and language arts that address Common Core and other standards
  • Connections to recent developmental research and pedagogy
  • Programs promoting social and cultural awareness
  • Photographs of children’s projects and a list of children’s books

TeamWork: Setting the Standard for Collaborative Teaching, Grades 5–9. Monique Wild, Amanda Mayeaux & Kathryn Edmonds, $23.95

This insider's guide to teaming reveals the conversations, the conflicts, and the collegial sharing that enables teachers to collaborate so that every member of the team can meet the highest standards of professional practice. For new teachers and seasoned veterans alike, TeamWork provides a powerful foundation for achievement by offering the straight scoop on these and other key topics:

  • how to shape a shared purpose for learning by mining the talents of students and colleagues
  • how to build strong partnerships with parents, principals, and other key people who influence the lives of young adolescents
  • how to deepen curriculum integration by "cutting the fluff"

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10 Things New Teachers Need to Succeed. Robin Fogarty, $29.95

In this second edition of 10 Things Teachers Need to Succeed, international educator Robin Fogarty distills a wealth of teaching and consulting experience into ten high-impact strategies to help novice and experienced instructors succeed and thrive. This guidebook's unique format also makes it an ideal professional development tool to help teams of new and experienced teachers grow together by discussing and applying one chapter each month.


The Theatre of Urban: Youth and Schooling in Dangerous Times. Kathleen Gallagher, $30.95

Because of its powerful socializing effects, the school has always been a site of cultural, political, and academic conflict. In an age where terms such as hard-to-teach, and at-risk beset our pedagogical discourses, where students have grown up in systems plagued by anti-immigrant, anti-welfare, zero-tolerance rhetoric, how we frame and understand the dynamics of classrooms has serious ethical implications and powerful consequences. Using theatre and drama education as a special window into school life in four urban secondary schools in Toronto and New York City, The Theatre of Urban examines the ways in which these schools reflect the cultural and political shifts in big city North American schooling policies, politics, and practices of the early twenty-first century.

Resisting facile comparisons of Canadian and American schooling systems, Kathleen Gallagher opts instead for a rigorous analysis of the context-specific features, both the differences and similarities, between urban cultures and urban schools in the two countries. Gallagher re-examines familiar urban issues facing these schools, such as racism, classism, (hetero)sexism, and religious fundamentalism in light of the theatre performances of diverse young people and their reflections upon their own creative work together. By using theatre as a sociological lens, The Theatre of Urban not only explores the very notion of performance in a novel and interesting way, it also provides new insights into the conflicts that often erupt in these highly charged school spaces.


Tips to Avoid Teacher Burnout In a Jar®: Helping You Stay Focused, Fresh, & Happy at Work. $14.99

Let’s face it: teacher burnout happens. Stay fresh with these tips and strategies!

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The Together Teacher: Plan Ahead, Get Organized and Save Time. Maia Heyck-Merlin, $27.95

This practical resource shows teachers how to be effective and have a life! Author and educator Maia Heyck-Merlin explores the key habits of Together Teachers—how they plan ahead, organize work and their classrooms, and how they spend their limited free time. The end goal is always strong outcomes for their students.

In six parts, the book clearly lays out these essential skills:

  • How to establish simple yet successful organizational systems.
  • Contains templates and tutorials to create and customize a personal organizational system and includes a companion website: www.thetogetherteacher.com
  • Recommends various electronic or online tools to make a teacher's school day (and life!) more efficient and productive
  • Includes a Reader's Guide, a great professional development resource; teachers will answer reflection questions, make notes about habits, and select tools that best match individual needs and preferences

The Tough Kid® New Teacher Book: Practical Classroom Management Strategies. Daniel Morgan, William Jenson & Ginger Rhode, $22.95 Grades K-12

THE TOUGH KID® NEW TEACHER BOOK is an essential resource for anyone new to teaching. It is a practical, easy-to-use guide to managing even the most challenging classroom. The book focuses on strategies you can learn quickly and implement immediately:

  • Set a positive tone for the entire school year.
  • Create a positive learning environment with classroom rules and routines.
  • Use Precision Requests to increase student compliance.
  • Establish and enforce positive and negative consequences for student behavior.
  • Deal effectively with kids who misbehave again and again.
  • Put an end to particularly bothersome behaviors such as swearing, talk-outs, disrespectful interactions, and noncompliance.
  • Reduce your own stress and frustration.

Spend your time teaching, not disciplining. THE TOUGH KID® NEW TEACHER BOOK will help you make your first year a happy and successful start to a fulfilling career.

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Turnaround Leadership. Michael Fullan, $31.00

Turnaround Leadership expands the definition of organizational turnaround and shows how leaders can turn even the worst situation into an opportunity to shake-up and rejuvenate their schools. Indeed he goes beyond turnaround schools to show how entire systems can be transformed. Fullan examines the dynamics of what makes societies — and education systems — healthy or sick. He identifies the positive things turnaround schools do to get off the critical list, and explores what it takes to motivate large numbers of people to go beyond short-term solutions in order to achieve fundamental, sustainable reform.


Understanding School Choice in Canada. Lynn Bosetti & Dianne Gereluk, $39.95

Understanding School Choice in Canada provides a nuanced and theoretical overview of the formation and rise of school choice policies in Canada. Drawing on twenty years of work, Lynn Bosetti and Dianne Gereluk analyze the philosophical, historical, political, and social principles that underpin the formation and implementation of school choice policies in the provinces and territories. This robust overview successfully shifts the debate away from ideology in order to facilitate an understanding that the spectrum of school choice policy in Canada is a response to the varying political challenges in society at large. This book is essential reading for those who desire a deeper understanding of school choice policies in Canada.


What Is a "Good" Teacher? David Both & Richard Coles, $24.95

Based on the experience of real teachers who make a difference, this book offers valuable insights on being the best teacher you can be for your students. Grounded in the latest research, you will find real-life examples of professional excellence in practice. Beginning with developing your teacher identity and getting to know your students, the book goes on to show you how to implement effective strategies and techniques in your classroom and gain a better understanding of how effective schools work. 35 compelling characteristics of "good" teachers offer inspiration and guidance along with tangible way to continue to grow and develop into your own best teacher.


You Can Do This: Hope and Help for New Teachers. Robyn Jackson, $23.95

In this down-to-earth, inspirational book, bestselling author Robyn Jackson offers encouragement and real-world advice for navigating those difficult years as a beginning teacher. Sharing stories from her own humbling first years as a new teacher, Robyn helps you tackle challenges such as motivating students, planning effective lessons, building relationships with parents, bouncing back from embarrassing mistakes, and finding your own authority as a teacher. She also helps you find success outside the classroom with practical pointers for living on a teacher’s salary and carving out time to have a life of your own. With candor and a good deal of wit, she gently guides you to develop your own teaching style and, ultimately, to find your own path toward mastery.

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Complete Booklist

Am I Teaching Well? Self-Evaluation Strategies for Effective Teachers. Vesna Nikolic & Hanna Cabaj, $35.00

Attention Grabbing Tools for Involving Parents in Their Children’s Learning. Jane Baskwill, $24.95

Becoming a Growth Mindset School: the Power of Mindset to Transform Teaching, Leadership and Learning. Chris Hildrew, $37.70

The Best Schools: How Human Development Research Should Inform Educational Practice. Thomas Armstrong, $26.50

Bridging School & Home through Family Nights: Ready-to-Use Plans for Grades K-8. Diane Kyle, Ellen McIntyre, Karen Miller & Gayle Moore, $22.95

Building School 2.0: How to Create the Schools We Need. Chris Lehmann & Zac Chase, $33.95

Change Leader: Learning to Do What Matters Most.  Michael Fullan, $33.95

Classroom Observation: a Guide to the Effective Observation of Teaching and Learning. Matt O’Leary, $49.50

Classroom Warm-Ups In a Jar®: Quick and Meaningful Activities for All Grades. $14.99

The Classrooms All Young Children Need: Lessons in Teaching from Vivian Paley. Patricia Cooper, $33.50

The Co-Teaching Book of Lists, Grades K-12. Katherine Perez, $35.95

Co-Teaching That Works: Structures and Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning. Anne Beninghof, $35.95

Counseling Skills for Teachers: Listening, Questioning, Modeling, Reframing, Goal Setting, Empathizing. Jeffrey Kottler & Ellen Kottler, $25.99

Creating a Positive School Culture: How Principals and Teachers Can Solve Problems Together. Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin & Maureen Taylor, $25.99

Creating the Dynamic Classroom: a Handbook for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Susan Schwartz & Mindy Pollishuke, $69.95

The Creative Teacher: an Encyclopedia of Ideas to Energize Your Classroom, 2nd Edition. Steve Springer, Brandy Alexander & Kimberly Persiani, $26.95 (K-6)

Data Literacy for Teachers. Nancy Love, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

The Elementary Teacher’s Book of Lists, Grades K-5. Gary Robert Muscghla, Judy Muschla & Erin Muschla, $35.95

The End of Ignorance: Multiplying Our Human Potential. John Mighton, $19.95

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The Essential Conversation: What Parents and Teachers Can Learn from Each Other. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, $19.00

Essential Listening Skills for Busy School Staff: What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say. Nick Luxmore, $21.95

Everything a New Elementary School Teacher REALLY Needs to Know (But Didn’t Learn In College). Otis Kriegel, $22.99

Everything I Need to Know about Teaching They Forgot to Tell Me! Stacey Jarvis & Bob Algozzine, $31.50

Finnish Lessons 2.0: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland? Pasi Sahlberg, $33.5095

Fires in the Middle School Bathroom: Advice for Teachers from Middle Schoolers. Kathleen Cushman & Laura Rogers, $29.95

The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher. Harry Wong & Rosemary Wong, $46.50

The First-Year Teacher’s Checklist: a Quick Reference for Classroom Success, K-12. Julia Thompson, $25.95

First Year Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools & Activities for Meeting the Challenges of Each School Day. Julia Thompson, $39.95

Five Standards for Effective Teaching: How to Succeed with All Learners, Grades K-8. Stephanie Stoll Dalton, $26.95

Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement. Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams, $31.50

For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education. Christopher Emdin, $22.00

The Herb Kohl Reader: Awakening the Heart of Teaching.  Herbert Kohl, $23.95

How to Handle Difficult Parents: Proven Solutions for Teachers, 2nd Edition.  Suzanne Capek Tingley, $23.95

I Learn from Children: an Adventure in Progressive Education. Caroline Pratt, $23.50

I’ve Got Something to Say! How Student Voices Inform Our Teaching. David Booth, $24.95

I Won't Learn from You: the Role of Assent in Learning. Herbert Kohl, $18.95

Incredible Teachers: Nurturing Children’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Competence. Carolyn Webster-Stratton, $42.95

Kick-Start Your Class: Academic Icebreakers to Engage Students. LouAnne Johnson, $29.95

Learning to Lead: Effective Leadership Skills for Teachers of Young Children, 2nd Edition. Debra Ren-Etta Sullivan, $33.50

Making It Till Friday: Your Guide to Effective Classroom Management, 5th Edition. James Long & Robert Williams, $44.95

Men Teaching Children 3-11: Dismantling Gender Barriers. Elizabeth Burn & Simon Pratt-Adams, $49.95

Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness: a Guide for Anyone Who Teaches Anything. Deborah Schoeberlein, $22.95

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Never Work Harder Than Your Students & Other Principles of Great Teaching. Robyn Jackson, $29.95

The New Meaning of Educational Change, 5th Edition. Michael Fullan, $50.95

100 Essential Forms for New Teachers, Grades K-5. Linda Ward Beech, $26.99

1000 Best New Teacher Survival Secrets. Kandace Martin & Kathleen Brenny, $21.99

The Organized Teacher, 2nd Edition: a Hands-On Guide to Setting Up and Running a Terrific Classroom. Steve Springer, Kimberly Persiani-Becker, Brandy Alexander, $33.95

Quick Answers for Busy Teachers: Solutions to 60 Common Challenges. Annette Breaux & Todd Whitaker, $35.95

Quick Tips: Making the First Six Weeks a Success, Grades K-5. Kelly Bergman, $22.99

The Rose that Grew from Concrete: Teaching and Learning with Disenfranchised Youth. Diane Wishart, $24.95

The Same Thing Over and Over: How School Reformers Get Stuck in Yesterday’s Ideas. Frederick Hess, $30.95

Schooling the Next Generation: Creating Success in Urban Elementary Schools. Dan Zuberi, $32.95

Self-Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.  Patricia Tollison, Katherine Synatschk & Gaea Logan, $53.95

A Sense of Belonging: Sustaining and Retaining New Teachers. Jennifer Allen, $27.95

Substitute Teacher's Survival Guide: 10 Keys to Success. Joseph Casbarro, $12.95

Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques That Put Students on the Path to College. Doug Lemov, $37.95

Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0: A Practical Resource to Make the 62 Techniques Your Own. Doug Lemov, Joaquin Hernandez & Jennifer Kim, $51.95

Teach Like Finland: 33 Simple Strategies for Joyful Classrooms. Timothy Walker, $34.95

Teach Like Your Hair’s On Fire: the Methods and Madness Inside Room 56. Rafe Esquith, $18.00

Teaching Kindergarten: Learner-Centered Classrooms for the 21st Century. Julie Diamond, Betsy Grob, & Fretta Reitzes, Editors, $41.95

TeamWork: Setting the Standard for Collaborative Teaching, Grades 5–9. Monique Wild, Amanda Mayeaux & Kathryn Edmonds, $23.95

10 Things New Teachers Need to Succeed. Robin Fogarty, $29.95

The Theatre of Urban: Youth and Schooling in Dangerous Times. Kathleen Gallagher, $30.95

Tips to Avoid Teacher Burnout In a Jar®: Helping You Stay Focused, Fresh, & Happy at Work. $14.99

The Together Teacher: Plan Ahead, Get Organized and Save Time. Maia Heyck-Merlin, $27.95

The Tough Kid® New Teacher Book: Practical Classroom Management Strategies. Daniel Morgan, William Jenson & Ginger Rhode, $22.95 Grades K-12

Turnaround Leadership. Michael Fullan, $31.00

Understanding School Choice in Canada. Lynn Bosetti & Dianne Gereluk, $39.95

What Is a "Good" Teacher? David Both & Richard Coles, $24.95

You Can Do This: Hope and Help for New Teachers. Robyn Jackson, $23.95

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For related resources please see our other booklists: Affective Education, Classroom Management, Contemporary Teaching & Learning, School Social Work & Psychology

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