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  • Rita's Stories DVD: A Companion Piece to a Framework for Understanding Poverty

    Rita's Stories DVD: A Companion Piece to a Framework for Understanding Poverty

    Rita Pierson has been a professional educator since 1972, with experience as an primary, junior high and special education teacher; counsellor; assistant principal; director and testing coordinator. Dr Pierson has an established record of successful educational leadership and management experience, particularly in curriculum and instructional development, community relations and personnel supervision. She developed a successful community involvement program for a large urban elementary school and organised an in-school crisis team for students in need of immediate intervention. An experience presenter, Dr Pierson has led more than 200 workshops, and has used her entertaining stories to aptly illustrate a number of key ideas from Dr Ruby Payne's book A Framework for Understanding Poverty.

    $99.00
    AHA6682 | 2nd Dec, 2013
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  • Effective Supervision: Supporting the Art and Science of Teaching DVD

    Effective Supervision: Supporting the Art and Science of Teaching DVD

    In this DVD, researcher and author Robert J. Marzano presents a framework for observing classroom instruction based on the questions and frameworks he first laid out in The Art and Science of Teaching. Marzano presents a detailed observation protocol and demonstrates how to use it, not only as a tool for analysing classroom instruction but also as a starting point to encourage professional dialogue among teachers. This is an essential tool for supervisors, administrators, coaches, and teacher leaders, and PLC's.

    $219.00
    612055 | 7th Oct, 2013
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  • Embedding Formative Assessment Professional Development Pack

    Embedding Formative Assessment Professional Development Pack

    Written by Professor Dylan Wiliam and Siobhan Leahy, Embedding Formative Assessment is a two-year professional development pack for schools and colleges that contains all the materials needed for two years of research-based professional development. This pack is based on the premise that all teachers can improve their practice by developing their use of assessment for learning (AfL) through membership of a teacher learning community (TLC). It presents educators with both the challenge and the support needed to embed formative assessment teaching practices consistently across a whole school.

    $544.50
    SAT8899 | 27th Sep, 2013
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  • Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Set of 7

    Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Set of 7

    If you didn't grow up in poverty, you may be unaware of the "hidden rules" that govern life for the poor. People in poverty are often in survival mode, where the future holds no promise, and support systems are non-existent. The Bridges out of Poverty DVD Series is a collection of seven separate DVD presentations, each addressing a different aspect of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy. The Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Set of 7 includes all seven modules in the series, each addressing a different key aspect of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy. Presented by Philip E. DeVol, the Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series is the perfect resource for educators wanting to better understand and support their students who come from backgrounds of poverty.

    $500.00
    AHA6745 | 28th Feb, 2013
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  • The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management: Building Community, Motivation, Responsibility, and School Safety DVD

    The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management: Building Community, Motivation, Responsibility, and School Safety DVD

    The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management series helps teachers explore the four key skill areas vital to create an atmosphere that supports learning for all students: Community, Motivation, Responsibility and School Safety. Each of the four video programs in this workshop focuses on one of these skills and includes proven and research-based strategies from experts Richard L. Curwin and Allen N. Mendler. Participants will also see these powerful strategies in action in dramatised and real scenes in the primary, middle years and secondary school settings. The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management series includes four 20-minute videos and the 78-page facilitator's guide with scripting for the facilitator and activities and handouts for the participants.

    $550.00
    SOT2729 | 28th Feb, 2013
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  • Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 2 (Research Continuum)

    Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 2 (Research Continuum)

    If you didn't grow up in poverty, you may be unaware of the "hidden rules" that govern life for the poor. People in poverty are often in survival mode, where the future holds no promise, and support systems are non-existent. The Bridges out of Poverty DVD Series is a collection of seven separate DVD presentations, each addressing a different aspect of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy. Bridges Out of Poverty: Module 2 features a presentation on the use of a research continuum within methods of supporting those who come from a background of poverty. Presented by Philip E. DeVol, the Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series is the perfect resource for educators wanting to better understand and support their students who come from backgrounds of poverty.

    $75.00
    AHA6767 | 26th Feb, 2013
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  • Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 3 (Key Points)

    Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 3 (Key Points)

    If you didn't grow up in poverty, you may be unaware of the "hidden rules" that govern life for the poor. People in poverty are often in survival mode, where the future holds no promise, and support systems are non-existent. The Bridges out of Poverty DVD Series is a collection of seven separate DVD presentations, each addressing a different aspect of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy. Bridges Out of Poverty: Module 3 features a presentation addressing the key points of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy, and how they can be approached by facilitators. Presented by Philip E. DeVol, the Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series is the perfect resource for educators wanting to better understand and support their students who come from backgrounds of poverty.

    $75.00
    AHA6774 | 26th Feb, 2013
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  • Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 1 (Introduction and Mental Models)

    Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series: Module 1 (Introduction and Mental Models)

    If you didn't grow up in poverty, you may be unaware of the "hidden rules" that govern life for the poor. People in poverty are often in survival mode, where the future holds no promise, and support systems are non-existent. The Bridges out of Poverty DVD Series is a collection of seven separate DVD presentations, each addressing a different aspect of the Bridges Out of Poverty strategy. Bridges Out of Poverty: Module 1 contains the introduction to the series by Ruby K. Payne, as well as an explanation of Mental Models and how they benefit those trying to absorb and retain new information. Presented by Philip E. DeVol, the Bridges Out of Poverty DVD Series is the perfect resource for educators wanting to better understand and support their students who come from backgrounds of poverty.

    $75.00
    AHA6750 | 26th Feb, 2013
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  • Assertive Discipline Positive Behavior Management for Today's Classroom DVD

    Assertive Discipline Positive Behavior Management for Today's Classroom DVD

    This video is a companion piece to the fourth edition of Assertive Discipline by Lee Canter. Five video programs show how all teachers can learn to become effective classroom managers, decrease classroom disruptions, and increase the amount of time available for teaching and learning. Appropriate for professional development in grades K-12, Assertive Discipline includes five programs, each approximately 20 minutes, for 100 minutes total viewing time. Programs may be shown alone or in sequence, to individuals or groups. The 54-page Facilitator's Guide (provided in print and electronic formats) includes activities and facilitation advice on how to use the video to build five 2- to 3-hour professional development sessions, one for each of the five video programs.

    $400.00
    SOT0022 | 19th Feb, 2013
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  • The Last Frontier: Tackling the Grading Dilemma DVD

    The Last Frontier: Tackling the Grading Dilemma DVD

    Ken O'Connor is an independent consultant who specialises in issues related to the communication of student achievement, especially grading and reporting. In this video presentation, Ken submits that traditionally, grading encourages competition rather than collaboration and results. In order to get grades that are accurate, meaningful, consistent and supportive of learning, he outlines eight fundamental grading guidelines that will move traditional grades to standards-based. He also details how to implement them and support your staff as they change their attitudes and approaches toward grading - particularly in the middle years and secondary school. Includes 99 minute-DVD with presentation and accompanying CD-ROM with presentation handouts and supporting resources.

    $150.00
    SOT2477 | 6th Feb, 2013
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  • Becoming an Authentic Learning Leader: Whatever You Do, Inspire Me! DVD

    Becoming an Authentic Learning Leader: Whatever You Do, Inspire Me! DVD

    In this keynote presentation from the February 27, 2009, Professional Learning Communities at WorkTM Summit: New Insights for Improving Schools in Phoenix, Arizona, Timothy D. Kanold discusses what we as teachers, administrators and school leaders must all become to lead professional learning communities well. He offers insight into the eight fundamental principles of inspirational motivation that help make all levels of leaders more effective in a leadership role. Kanold uses personal anecdotes and humour to explain the leadership role in dealing with the three kinds of resisters or doubters who don’t believe PLCs will make a difference.

    $150.00
    SOT2538 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Navigating Conflict and Feeling Good About It DVD

    Navigating Conflict and Feeling Good About It DVD

    In this breakout session (from the 10 August 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Lincolnshire, Illinois), Cassandra Erkens leads a group discussion on issues related to staff conflict. She emphasises the importance of using Bob Chadwick’s (1999) possibility thinking, which is “an acknowledgment that both worst and best outcomes are present and inherent in each moment, up to and often after the event.” True staff collaboration—which is an integral part of functioning as a professional learning community—inevitably leads to conflict; a staff will never agree 100 per cent of the time. Erkens argues that the role of the “resistor” is to provide alternate points of view and make us think outside the box.

    $150.00
    SOT2941 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Tiers Without Tears: A Systematic Approach to Implementing RTI in PLC Schools DVD

    Tiers Without Tears: A Systematic Approach to Implementing RTI in PLC Schools DVD

    In this breakout session from the Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Boston, Massachusetts (August 28, 2009), Austin Buffum uses engaging stories from his experiences in and out of the classroom to explore how response to intervention (RTI) works in real-life applications. Since RTI shifts the responsibility for helping all students become successful from special education teachers to the entire staff, Buffum argues that RTI is most effective when implemented on the foundation of a professional learning community (PLC). In this process, the three big ideas of a PLC—a focus on learning, a collaborative culture, and a focus on results—are critical.

    $150.00
    SOT2842 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Forged, Not Forced: Implementation in Professional Learning Communities DVD

    Forged, Not Forced: Implementation in Professional Learning Communities DVD

    In this keynote (from the February 7, 2008, Solution Tree Summit in Anaheim, California), Thomas J. Many offers specific strategies that increase the chance of successfully implementing the professional learning communities (PLC) model. He suggests that understanding the basic tenets of PLCs is important, but knowing is not enough. Leaders must implement, execute and act. They must do. He further argues that leaders create a “learning by doing” culture by modelling learners’ behaviours. They roll up their sleeves and engage in the learning process with others, side by side and step by step. His presentation incorporates compelling examples, stories and anecdotes to support recommendations by influential authors in the field. Many offers specific strategies that increase the chance of successfully implementing the PLC model.

    $150.00
    SOT2439 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Transformational Learning DVD

    Transformational Learning DVD

    In Transformational Learning (from the 2009 Annual Conference on Standards and Assessment in Las Vegas, Nevada), Cassandra Erkens maintains that learning should be transformational rather than transactional for students and teachers. She explains how educators must teach students to leverage the vast amount of information available to them in a media-rich era, how to build lessons that require students to use that information practically to solve problems, and how to assess students based on their demonstrated application of skills learned. To help students engage in authentic intellectual work, Ms Erkens highlights how educators can apply the tenets of professional learning communities (PLCs) to transform their teaching and better enable students to recognise and close their learning gaps.

    $150.00
    SOT2811 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Leadership's Ten Commandments DVD

    Leadership's Ten Commandments DVD

    In this breakout session (from the 10 July 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Denver, Colorado), Kenneth C Williams presents ten powerful rules for leading and sustaining change in a professional learning community (PLC). Williams employs research, encourages audience participation, and reflects on his own experience to provide specific techniques to move educators towards PLC implementation. He digs deep into the commandments, discussing their principles and explaining why sometimes even believers stray from them. What results is a set of guidelines for leading with integrity and creating a cohesive, collaborative staff dedicated to student learning.

    $150.00
    SOT2514 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Raising Questions and Finding Answers in Our Grading Practices DVD

    Raising Questions and Finding Answers in Our Grading Practices DVD

    In his Raising Questions and Finding Answers in Our Grading Practices breakout session (from the 9 July 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Denver, Colorado), Tim Brown refers to grading as “one of the most controversial topics in our schools.” A grade represents a lot more than just the student’s grasp of the material; it also represents achievement of a standard, general aptitude, effort, improvement, compliance, attitude and participation. Brown argues that teachers in general haven’t taken the time to reflect on their grading practices, and that teachers who are too busy to reflect and attempt other options will ultimately contribute to the failure of some students.

    $150.00
    SOT2453 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Learning CPR: Creating Powerful Responses When Students Don't Learn DVD

    Learning CPR: Creating Powerful Responses When Students Don't Learn DVD

    In this breakout session from the Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Boston, Massachusetts (August 28, 2009), Austin Buffum uses engaging stories from his experiences in and out of the classroom to explore how response to intervention (RTI) works in real-life applications. Buffum shows how RTI is most effective when implemented on the foundation of a professional learning community (PLC), as demonstrated in the book he coauthored, Pyramid Response to Intervention: RTI, Professional Learning Communities, and How to Respond When Kids Don’t Learn. To successfully help learners at risk, he suggests, an instructional intervention program must follow the precedent of medical emergency response procedures.

    $150.00
    SOT2835 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • Making Homework Matter DVD

    Making Homework Matter DVD

    At the beginning of her breakout session (from the August 12, 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Lincolnshire, Illinois), Cassandra Erkens says, “Fish can’t see water. They swim in it every day, and they can’t see it. We are swimming in homework water, and I’m going to ask us to step back and see it.” Erkens is a high-energy, engaging presenter who uses humour, stories from her teaching experience, and lots of discussion to breathe life into the purpose and meaning of homework. She emphasises the importance of allowing students to make mistakes (and learn from them) as they practise their skills.

    $150.00
    SOT2804 | 13th Dec, 2012
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  • A Celebration of Learning: Nothing Happens Until People Are Having Fun DVD

    A Celebration of Learning: Nothing Happens Until People Are Having Fun DVD

    People of all ages thrive when their work is appreciated. In a professional learning community (PLC), this fact becomes a central part of the culture in a sustained, public celebration of achievement. In this breakout session (from the 26 June 2009, Professional Learning Communities at Work™ Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota), Lillie G Jessie shares how to create a school environment and culture that celebrates learning at the highest levels. She argues that learning is deeper and longer lasting when students enjoy school and are engaged in their work. With the same sense of fun she promotes, Jessie offers inventive strategies for fostering joyful student learning. Jessie’s engaging style, innovative approach and experience as a school administrator will help educators motivate students to become engaged, enthusiastic learners.

    $150.00
    SOT2958 | 11th Dec, 2012
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  • Redefining the Norm: Learning for ALL DVD

    Redefining the Norm: Learning for ALL DVD

    Understanding and changing human behaviour is key to any significant paradigm shift. This presentation focuses on historical, sociological and psychological aspects of school cultures that make implementing PLCs a challenge. Participants will learn how leaders can identify resistance and turn it into high levels of learning for all students. This unique combination of educational research, student data and practical assessment of the state of education today provides an understanding of how schools came to be in their current positions and what drives and impedes reform from the teacher’s perspective.

    $150.00
    SOT2934 | 11th Dec, 2012
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  • Classroom Instruction That Works DVD Series (Elementary, Middle, High School)

    Classroom Instruction That Works DVD Series (Elementary, Middle, High School)

    The Classroom Instruction That Works book comes to life in this engaging new production series focused on its use in elementary, middle and high school. Join Ceri Dean, coauthor of Classroom Instruction That Works, and a group of educators as they leverage elements from the Classroom Instruction That Works framework to transform their practice and their communities. Through the video, you’ll sit in on a planning session among Dean and the teachers and support personnel, watch how the lessons unfold with students – through success and challenge, and listen in as the team reflects on lessons learned. The Classroom Instruction That Works framework has helped countless schools and regions on their roads to academic success. Now you can see firsthand exactly how one region puts the framework to use! This three-DVD set has everything a P–12 educator or school needs!

    $365.00
    612061 | 20th Sep, 2012
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  • Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: High School

    Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: High School

    The Classroom Instruction That Works book comes to life in this engaging new production focused on its use in high school. Join Ceri Dean, coauthor of Classroom Instruction That Works, and a group of high school educators as they leverage elements from the Classroom Instruction That Works framework to transform their practice and their communities. Through the video, you’ll sit in on a planning session among Dean and the teachers and support personnel, watch how the lessons unfold with students – through success and challenge, and listen in as the team reflects on lessons learned. The Classroom Instruction That Works framework has helped countless schools and regions on their roads to academic success. Now you can see firsthand exactly how one region puts the framework to use!

    $189.00
    612064 | 20th Sep, 2012
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  • Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: Elementary School

    Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: Elementary School

    The Classroom Instruction That Works book comes to life in this engaging new production focused on its use in elementary (primary) school. Join Ceri Dean, coauthor of Classroom Instruction That Works, and a group of elementary school educators as they leverage elements from the Classroom Instruction That Works framework to transform their practice and their communities. Through the video, you’ll sit in on a planning session among Dean and the teachers and support personnel, watch how the lessons unfold with students – through success and challenge, and listen in as the team reflects on lessons learned. The Classroom Instruction That Works framework has helped countless schools and regions on their roads to academic success. Now you can see firsthand exactly how one region puts the framework to use!

    $189.00
    612062 | 20th Sep, 2012
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  • Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: Middle School

    Classroom Instruction That Works DVD: Middle School

    The Classroom Instruction That Works book comes to life in this engaging new production focused on its use in middle school. Join Ceri Dean, coauthor of Classroom Instruction That Works, and a group of middle school educators as they leverage elements from the Classroom Instruction That Works framework to transform their practice and their communities. Through the video, you’ll sit in on a planning session among Dean and the teachers and support personnel, watch how the lessons unfold with students – through success and challenge, and listen in as the team reflects on lessons learned. The Classroom Instruction That Works framework has helped countless schools and regions on their roads to academic success. Now you can see firsthand exactly how one region puts the framework to use!

    $189.00
    612063 | 20th Sep, 2012
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  • Pyramid Response to Intervention: Four Essential Guiding Principles A Multimedia Kit

    Pyramid Response to Intervention: Four Essential Guiding Principles A Multimedia Kit

    Focusing on the four Cs vital to student achievement, this powerful four-part program will help you collect targeted information on each student's individual needs, while offering important learning leverage points. Includes: Facilitators Guide with Resources and Reproducibles; PDF of Facilitators Guide on CD; Four Session DVDS;Collective Responsibility; Concentrated Instruction; Convergent Assessment; Certain Access. Included are unscripted interviews and team meetings with teachers and school district leaders, as well as classroom scenes.

    $495.00
    SOT2231 | 8th Dec, 2011
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  • Tucker Signing Strategies for Reading - Just for Kids! DVD

    Tucker Signing Strategies for Reading - Just for Kids! DVD

    Discover Tucker Signs with this recording of an online class on Tucker Signing Strategies for Kids. Tucker Signs require readers to see the letter(s), make a sign, and say the sound at the same time. This multi-sensory approach works wonders with students who struggle with regular reading programs. See and hear author, Bethanie Tucker teaching the Tucker signs on this two disk set just for kids.

    $40.00
    AHA0642 | 22nd Nov, 2011
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  • Backward Design DVD

    Backward Design DVD

    In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010, On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Jay McTighe helps participants to understand the three stages of backward design: Identify desired results; Determine acceptable evidence; and Plan learning experiences and instruction. In the backward design framework, the ideas of teaching and assessing for understanding are woven into the process of curriculum design. In this framework, the goal is to help learners understand the content identified in standards, using the textbook as a resource, not as a syllabus. This package includes a DVD with the video and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning, including the presenter's PowerPoint, an excerpt from the book On Excellence in Teaching.

    $150.00
    SOT2004 | 25th Oct, 2011
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  • Leading Difficult Conversations: Professional Learning Communities at Work DVD

    Leading Difficult Conversations: Professional Learning Communities at Work DVD

    Transforming a school into a professional learning community (PLC) requires changing embedded behaviours, beliefs and processes, which can cause resistance and conflict. In healthy PLCs, these conflicts are addressed in ways that both support core values and respect team members. In this short video, Richard DuFour and Rebecca DuFour model a principal and a teacher engaging in a conflict over marking practices, then the role play is broken down and analysed. Viewers will learn how to hold difficult but crucial conversations that lead to higher levels of commitment to PLC practices.

    $150.00
    SOT1946 | 11th Oct, 2011
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  • Role of PLCs in Advancing 21st Century Skills DVD

    Role of PLCs in Advancing 21st Century Skills DVD

    In this keynote session from the 21st Century Learning Institute on 12 October 2010 Richard DuFour asserts that traditional school culture is not designed to deliver those outcomes. For students to acquire essential skills, schools must organise into PLCs. This set includes a 71-minute DVD with the video session and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning, including the presenter's PowerPoint, an excerpt from the book 21st Century Skills: Rethinking How Students Learn and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT1977 | 29th Sep, 2011
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  • 21st Century Readiness for Every Student DVD

    21st Century Readiness for Every Student DVD

    In this keynote session (from the 11 Oct 2010 21st Century Skills Institute), Ken Kay argues that 21st century education must be rooted in knowledge and skills that ensure readiness for every student. He explains the importance of fusing the three Rs; reading, writing and arithmetic, with the four Cs; critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration and creativity and innovation. This package includes a 67-minute DVD with the video session and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning including the presenter's PowerPoint, an excerpt from the book 21st Century Learning and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT1991 | 29th Sep, 2011
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  • 21st Century Learning in a Networked World: For Our Students and Ourselves DVD

    21st Century Learning in a Networked World: For Our Students and Ourselves DVD

    Internet access has put the world at our fingertips, providing a classroom without walls. It allows us to contribute our experiences to the sum of human knowledge online. In this keynote session from the 21st Century Learning Institute held on 13 October 2010, Will Richardson shares eight shifts necessary to fully utilise Internet technology as a continuous learning opportunity. Will offers insight on how to: pull information globally from alternative sources; manage and synthesise multiple streams of information; and detect false information on the Internet.

    $150.00
    SOT1953 | 28th Sep, 2011
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  • Innovation Through Technology: The Differentiators DVD

    Innovation Through Technology: The Differentiators DVD

    In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010 21st Century Learning Institute), Cheryl Lemke shows how to design tomorrow’s curricula by using research in sociology, learning and neuroscience as reinforcement for the key elements in 21st century learning. She explains how students can use high-tech tools to explore ideas, research questions, test hypotheses, compose thoughts and reach conclusions. These tools aid in collaboration and authenticity: two highly effective accelerators to learning. This package includes a 58-minute DVD with the video session and a CD-ROM with materials to support team or individual professional learning, including the presenter’s PowerPoint, an excerpt from the book 21st Century Learning and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT2028 | 26th Sep, 2011
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  • Defensible Differentiation: What Does It Take to Get It Right

    Defensible Differentiation: What Does It Take to Get It Right

    Differentiated instruction was designed to address the instructional needs of diverse students. However, simply claiming to practise differentiation will not meet those needs. In this keynote session Carol Ann Tomlinson calls on teachers to implement best practices regarding curriculum, assessment, instruction and learning environment – and to learn how these factors interrelate. She examines and invites educators to scrutinise their practices in applying the four foundational principles of effective differentiation. This package includes a 72-minute DVD with the video session and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning, an excerpt from the book On Excellence in Teaching and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT2011 | 15th Sep, 2011
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  • Leadership and Learning: Sustainable Changes for 21st Century Learning

    Leadership and Learning: Sustainable Changes for 21st Century Learning

    In this keynote session from the 21st Century Learning Institute on 13 October 2010, Douglas B. Reeves provides the key elements for developing new assessment strategies for the 21st century learner. Detailed in his presentation are three fundamental shifts that must take place: Assessments must move from standardised to authentic; Assessments must be open; and Assessments must combine team and individual efforts. Dr Reeves suggests that 21st century assessment must include rigorous, comprehensive consideration of teamwork and collaboration. This package includes a 63-minute DVD with the video session and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning, an excerpt from the book 21st Century Skills and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT1960 | 15th Sep, 2011
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  • Developing Expert Teachers DVD

    Developing Expert Teachers DVD

    In this two-part presentation, Robert Marzano provides a blueprint detailing how schools can develop teacher expertise. Addressing teachers directly as well as school leaders, he charts research-based techniques to organise strategies through lesson segments using a nine-segment framework. The segments are sorted into three categories: segments involving routine events; segments involving academic content; and segments involving issues that must be addressed as they occur. Using personal anecdotes, Marzano explains techniques for teachers and school leaders in a thoughtful and engaging presentation. This package includes a DVD with the video session and a CD with materials including the presenter's PowerPoint, an excerpt from the book On Excellence in Teaching and relevant web links.

    $150.00
    SOT1984 | 14th Sep, 2011
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  • Bridges Out of Poverty iPod-Compatible MP4 Video Files

    Bridges Out of Poverty iPod-Compatible MP4 Video Files

    Based on the book, Bridges Out of Poverty by Payne, DeVol & Dreussi Smith, all seven modules are in iPod-compatible MP4 video format and available on a single disc for personal viewing on your iPod or computer. The seven modules in the DVD series that you will find on this disc are: Introduction and Mental Models; Research Continuum; Keep Points; Hidden Rules of Class; Family Structure; The Role of Language and Story; Resources.

    $100.00
    AHA6828 | 28th Apr, 2011
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  • Standards-Based Reporting and Formative Assessment: On the Road to a Highly Reliable Organisation DVD

    Standards-Based Reporting and Formative Assessment: On the Road to a Highly Reliable Organisation DVD

    This video clearly explains how to design and interpret several types of formative assessments, how to track student progress and how to assign meaningful marks, even if a school uses a traditional marking system. Dr Marzano focuses on 1) the inadequacy of the 100-point scale, 2) designing measurement topics, 3) computing final status on measurement topics, 4) traditional marking practices in a formatively based system, and 5) new forms of report cards for formative assessment.This includes a DVD with the video and a CD with materials to support team or individual professional learning, including handouts, resources and web links. 

    $300.00
    SOT4893 | 20th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 2

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 2

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. Module 2, outlines the resources needed to understand poverty: financial, emotional, mental, spiritual, physical, support systems, hidden rules, relationships/role models. Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6583 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 7

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 7

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 7, discusses the importance of building relationships when understanding and dealing with poverty in the classroom. Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6637 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 5

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 5

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 5, discusses the hidden rules of poverty and class.
    Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6613 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 3

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 3

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 3, explores language, story structure and cognition, and includes classroom scenarios. Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6590 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 1

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 1

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 1, contains an overview, statistics and key points. Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6576 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 6

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 6

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 6, discusses the discipline interventions and includes classroom scenarios. 
    Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6620 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 4

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty DVD Series Module 4

    In this series, Dr Payne, along with some skilled consultants from aha! Process, present a comprehensive, step-by-step breakdown of the many components that enter into the learning process, guiding educators to greater effectiveness in their teaching strategies. This DVD, Module 4, discusses the importance of family structure when understanding poverty.
    Ruby K Payne, PhD, author, speaker, publisher, business owner and career educator, is an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and on crossing socioeconomic lines in education, work and for social change. 

    $175.00
    AHA6606 | 11th Apr, 2011
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  • Differentiated Instruction and Curriculum Mapping DVD

    Differentiated Instruction and Curriculum Mapping DVD

    What’s the connection between differentiated instruction and curriculum mapping? Here’s your chance to hear the two leading authorities answer that question: •Carol Ann Tomlinson on differentiated instruction. •Heidi Hayes Jacobs on curriculum mapping. Filmed live at a recent ASCD conference, these renowned experts explain the key principles and practices of effective curriculum mapping and how they can help plan for content requirements and learner needs. Discover how to enhance the power of curriculum maps by developing them with student differences in mind. 

    $119.00
    611019 | 31st Mar, 2011
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  • The Digital Briefcase for Administrators: Tools and Templates

    The Digital Briefcase for Administrators: Tools and Templates

    To help administrators automate tasks and work more efficiently, Susan Brooks-Young has put together a collection of time-saving templates aligned with the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS-A). Step-by-step directions will lead any administrator, regardless of technology skill level, through templates for communication, planning, budgeting, and other administrative tasks. Conveniently published on CD in fully editable Microsoft Word files, the templates and step-by-step instructions are designed to be adapted, modified, and used time and time again so that administrators can work to their potential in the digital age.

    $15.00
    IST9690 | 18th Mar, 2011
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  • A Practical Look at Response to Intervention DVD

    A Practical Look at Response to Intervention DVD

    A system in which struggling students must fail before they can receive additional support is being replaced by comprehensive systems of interventions. In this breakout session, Mike Mattos provides an accessible survey of response to intervention (RTI) systems and explains how RTI, combined with a PLC foundation, creates a powerful system for achieving high levels of learning for all students. In accessible language, Mattos uses engaging examples to provide an overview of this innovative and effective approach. He analyses the essential features of RTI and shows how each relies on PLC practices to be truly successful. With great humour, integrity and insight, Mattos shows educations how PLC and RTI practices align to promote excellence for all students.

    $99.00
    SOT9744 | 16th Mar, 2011
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  • On Solid Ground DVD

    On Solid Ground DVD

    Decades of research have demonstrated that all students can learn at high levels and that schools control the factors that make it possible. In this breakout session, Mike Mattos shows how professional learning community (PLC) practices provide the foundation for a successful intervention program and offers practical, effective strategies for beginning to build that foundation. Mattos examines the core ideas of a PLC and presents accessible strategies for planning and self-assessment that lay the groundwork for a shift to PLC and RTI practices. Using the power of PLC practices to plan successful intervention programs will produce both student and teacher success, and this DVD provides the blueprint.

    $150.00
    SOT9751 | 16th Mar, 2011
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  • Conversations: Integrating Differentiated Instruction and Understanding by Design

    Conversations: Integrating Differentiated Instruction and Understanding by Design

    This informal and enlightening presentation offers in-depth ideas on how both learning approaches can work symbiotically to achieve targeted learning outcomes. The conversational style of this program delivers crucial information about these methodologies you won’t want to miss. This program also looks forward to how both DI and UbD approaches can meet the demands of a fast-changing education landscape of 21st century learning. Join in the conversation with Carol and Jay!

    $179.00
    610132 | 23rd Feb, 2011
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