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Cynthia Sistek; Dee L. Fabry – Corwin, 2024
This empowering guide revolutionizes the assessment process by putting students at the center. Dive into practical strategies and best practices for fostering social and emotional learning (SEL) competencies through student-centered assessments and discover how you can transform classrooms into inclusive spaces where learning thrives. Inside…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Social Emotional Learning, Classroom Environment, Best Practices
Mitch Weathers – Corwin, 2024
Every educator wants to know: "What has the greatest impact on student success?" The answer: executive function skills. They are crucial for students' academic success and personal growth, yet many of our students lack the skills required to engage in learning, such as organization, planning, time management, and self-regulation. This…
Descriptors: Executive Function, Elementary Secondary Education, Multi Tiered Systems of Support, Safety
Jarred Amato – Corwin, 2024
Independent reading is more than just "drop everything and read" -- it is a gateway to writing, critical thinking, discussion, and deeper learning. Author Jarred Amato, an accomplished middle and high school English teacher and founder of Project LIT Community, believes in the power of independent reading not only to turn around the…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Independent Reading, Learning Activities
Lois A. Lanning; Tiffanee Brown – Corwin, 2024
A Concept-Based Curriculum is designed to help students uncover important, transferable understandings about what it means to be a capable reader, writer, speaker, viewer, listener, and thinker. But, too often, a well-designed, conceptual curriculum does not translate into conceptual teaching. "Concept Based Literacy Lessons" helps…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Literacy Education, Language Arts, Teaching Methods
Diane Staehr Fenner; Sydney Snyder; Meghan Gregoire-Smith – Corwin, 2024
In this eagerly anticipated revision of their bestselling book, authors Diane Staehr Fenner, Sydney Snyder, and Meghan Gregoire-Smith share dynamic, research-backed strategies that every educator of multilingual learners (MLs) can add to their repertoire. Including more of what educators loved from the first edition--authentic classroom examples,…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Kindergarten
David A. Sousa – Corwin, 2024
In a world where technology is increasingly dominant, it is critical to understand how it affects students' brains and behavior--for better and for worse. This new edition from bestselling educational neuroscience author David Sousa offers research-based, practical solutions and serves as a framework for educators who want to effectively leverage…
Descriptors: Brain, Neurosciences, Educational Technology, Cognitive Processes
Wiley Blevins – Corwin, 2024
Author Wiley Blevins is renowned for changing the way educators think about teaching children to read, helping thousands of teachers implement effective phonics instruction. Now, Blevins gets us to think in powerful new ways about differentiating whole-class phonics lessons, so students at every skill level can engage. With Blevins' trademark…
Descriptors: Phonics, Individualized Instruction, Reading Instruction, Large Group Instruction
Christa Jackson; Kristin L. Cook; Sarah B. Bush; Margaret Mohr-Schroeder; Cathrine Maiorca; Thomas Roberts – Corwin, 2024
In response to calls for active STEM learning that builds students' agency and sense of belonging, teachers and leaders are being encouraged more and more to equitably implement integrated STEM instruction. This practical guidebook is designed to help educators create integrated STEM learning experiences that are inclusive for all students and…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Inclusion, Equal Education, Creative Thinking
Christa Jackson; Thomas Roberts; Cathrine Maiorca; Kristin L. Cook; Sarah B. Bush; Margaret Mohr-Schroeder – Corwin, 2024
In response to calls for active STEM learning that builds students' agency and sense of belonging, teachers and leaders are being encouraged more and more to equitably implement integrated STEM instruction. This practical guidebook is designed to help educators create integrated STEM learning experiences that are inclusive for all students and…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Inclusion, Equal Education, Creative Thinking
Gilmore, Barry; Goldberg, Gravity – Corwin, 2023
Students need to be actively engaged to learn--intellectually curious, physically active, and emotionally involved in collaborative work that builds their capacity for empathy. What can teachers do to instill these elements in the classroom? "Active Learning: 40 Teaching Methods to Engage Students in Every Class and Every Subject" is the…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Teaching Methods, Learner Engagement, Grade 6
Nash, Ron – Corwin, 2023
Classrooms should be inviting and safe places where students can strive to achieve worthwhile goals, even as they learn that the road to improvement is not always paved. This deceptively simple guiding principle is what Ron Nash has spent four decades in education pursuing and refining. "In Praise of Foibles: The Impact of Mistakes, Failure,…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Best Practices, Educational Environment, School Safety
Saphier, Jon – Corwin, 2023
The teachers aren't the problem--it's the system that needs fixing. The missing element in 70 years of school reform is a surround-sound focus on High-Expertise Teaching. We could have it in any district, regardless of zip code, if we reengineered the twelve processes that impact teachers' knowledge and skill. A handbook for action and a…
Descriptors: Alignment (Education), Teacher Competencies, Program Implementation, Expertise
Torres, Angela; Nguyen, Ho; Barnes, Elizabeth Hull; Wentworth, Laura – Corwin, 2023
The tracked mathematics system has been operating in US schools for decades. However, research demonstrates negative effects on subgroups of students by keeping them in a single math track, thereby denying them access to rigorous coursework needed for college and career readiness. The journey to change this involves confronting some long-standing…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Track System (Education), Program Development, Program Implementation
Cusack, Tim; Bustamante, Vince – Corwin, 2023
The best way to prepare aspiring leaders for principalship is to offer hands-on opportunities to develop the skills they'll need when they're in charge. Being a principal calls for originality, innovation, and the ability to work under pressure. Yet so few assistant principals and other aspiring leaders actually get to develop these competencies…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Training, Leadership Qualities, Administrator Qualifications
Hamilton, Arran; Hattie, John; Wiliam, Dylan – Corwin, 2023
With teacher and leader workloads and burnout at an all-time high, it's time for de-implementation: de-prioritizing and deleting the less effective, higher-cost initiatives we implement in schools. De-implementation allows us to focus on practices that have more supporting evidence and a higher probability of positive impact on students, and at…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Curriculum Implementation, Educational Change, Faculty Workload
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