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  1. Mapping Professional Practice: How to Develop Instructional Frameworks to Support Teacher Growth

    In Mapping professional practice: How to develop instructional frameworks to support teacher growth, authors Heather Bell-Williams and Justin Baeder dive into the complexities and payoffs of implementing solid frameworks that establish shared expectations and capture the complex work of teaching.

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    A$54.95
  2. Capturing the Classroom: Creating Videos to Reach Students Anytime

    Author Ellen I Linnihan has experienced firsthand how recording videos of classroom content lets teachers efficiently handle student learning needs and absences, review content and re-explain directions, teach communication skills and improve instruction. In Capturing the classroom, she gives F–12 teachers guidance for creating a video archive that students can access whenever they need it. Gone will be the days of absent or struggling students missing key lectures, activities or discussions. With its practical advice for creating engaging videos that serve various purposes and maintaining an up-to-date video archive, Capturing the classroom will help readers establish an equitable educational environment where all students learn and teachers save something they never have enough of – time.

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    A$43.95
  3. Deconstructing Depth of Knowledge: A Method and Model for Deeper Teaching and Learning

    Norman Webb’s depth of knowledge has become a priority in education to describe levels of cognitive complexity, but schools often misapply the framework in practice. Author Erik M Francis clears up this confusion with his book, Deconstructing depth of knowledge: A method and model for deeper teaching and learning. This resource clearly defines depth of knowledge (DOK) and explains how the DOK levels can inform educators’ delivery and intensity of instruction. Through the method and model that Francis presents, readers will be able to determine the cognitive demand of academic standards, activities and text items and provide responsive, supportive and academically rigorous learning experiences for all their students.

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    A$49.95
  4. Assessment as a Catalyst for Learning: Creating a Responsive and Fluid Process to Inspire All Students

    Assessment often ends up as an afterthought and a method to punish students for not reaching proficiency. In Assessment as a catalyst for learning: Creating a responsive and fluid process to inspire all students, authors Garnet Hillman and Mandy Stalets outline how any assessment can further learning, including on-the-spot informal formative assessments, planned formal formative assessments and summative assessments to verify learning. The book is full of ready-to-use tools, strategies and flowcharts that will help teachers utilise assessment itself to help students learn.

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    A$43.95
  5. Collective Efficacy in a PLC at Work®: Lessons, Paradoxes, and Research From a Turnaround District

    Authors Matt Navo and Jared J Savage have experienced firsthand the effectiveness of the professional learning community (PLC) process and collective efficacy in district improvement. In Collective efficacy in a PLC at Work®: Lessons, paradoxes, and research from a turnaround district, they explore how their school district, Sanger Unified, transformed from one of the state of California’s lowest-performing districts to one of its top-performing districts through building schoolwide and districtwide PLCs and fostering collective teacher efficacy. By reviewing the expert research, in-depth insights and valuable lessons in this book, F–12 coaches, leaders and administrators will gain the practices and tools necessary to lead PLC implementation and effective change in their own schools and districts.

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    A$49.95
  6. Writing Rhetorically: Fostering Responsive Thinkers and Communicators

    In Writing rhetorically, Jennifer Fletcher provides teachers with strategies and frameworks for writing instruction that cultivate student expertise and autonomy. By teaching writing rhetorically, we support students in becoming independent problem solvers. They learn how to discover their own questions, design their own inquiry process, develop their own positions and purposes, make their own choices about content and form, and contribute to conversations that matter to them.

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    A$65.95
  7. Doable Differentiation: Twelve Strategies to Meet the Needs of All Learners

    Learn a better way forward with the guidance of Doable differentiation: Twelve strategies to meet the needs of all learners. Author Jane AG Kise provides a series of low-effort, high-reward strategies F–12 educators can use in their daily practice to support, engage and challenge students while ensuring all students benefit from equitable instruction.

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    A$65.95
  8. Beyond Conversations About Race: A Guide for Discussions With Students, Teachers, and Communities

    Beyond conversations about race: A guide for discussions with students, teachers, and communities invites F–12 teachers and leaders into a respectful dialogue about race that advocates school-changing action. The authors call on their lived experiences and their work with tens of thousands of educators, leaders and students to help all of us do better in our schools and communities.

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    A$49.95
  9. Social-Emotional Learning Starts With Us: Empowering Teachers to Support Students

    What can teachers do to support their students’ social-emotional learning (SEL)? The answer is simple – when educators invest in their own social and emotional wellbeing, they are empowered to teach SEL skills more effectively to their students. In this timely book, the authors explore social-emotional learning through a unique lens that considers both the educator’s and the student’s needs.

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    A$49.95
  10. Coaching for Educator Wellness: A Guide to Supporting New and Experienced Teachers

    In Coaching for educator wellness, author Tina H Boogren provides instructional and self-care strategies that coaches and mentors can implement to support all teachers. Boogren draws from her extensive coaching experience to share interactive activities and easy-to-replicate strategies for highly effective coaching to get educators from where they are to where they want to be.

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    A$43.95
  11. You Can Learn!: Building Student Ownership, Motivation, and Efficacy With the PLC at Work® Process

    In You can learn! Building student ownership, motivation, and efficacy with the PLC at Work® process, authors Tim Brown and William M Ferriter offer strategies and protocols designed to foster self-efficacy in students. Drawing on research from experts and their own experiences, the authors detail the significant impact self-efficacy has on student learning, wellbeing and achievement.

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    A$38.95
  12. Text Sets in Action: Pathways Through Content Area Literacy

    In Text sets in action: Pathways through content area literacy, Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Thulin Dawes reveal how text sets can prompt serious thinking far more effectively than a textbook or any single text. As the authors explain, exploring many texts leads teachers and learners to ‘think more deeply, empathise more fully, and take action more deliberately’. Teachers who adopt this approach find that the texts’ various lenses enable students not only to meet curriculum standards but also to experience lasting engagement and a spirit of inquiry across the disciplines.

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