What Principals Need to Know About

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  1. What Principals Need to Know About Differentiated Instruction

    Principals and administrators play a critical role in leading differentiated instruction schoolwide and creating a brain-friendly environment for both students and teachers. In What Principals Need to Know About Differentiated Instruction, author Gayle Gregory provides school leaders with the foundational knowledge necessary to encourage and support schoolwide implementation of differentiated instruction to ensure learning for all students.

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  2. What Principals Need to Know About Teaching and Learning Reading

    What Principals Need to Know About Teaching and Learning Reading translates research, experience and common sense into best practice. Authors Patricia M Cunningham and James W Cunningham offer practical strategies to help you strengthen and improve your school’s reading program. With this book, you will: explore six truths of effective reading instruction that serve as the foundation to a successful reading program; examine the roadblocks to instruction; learn comprehensive, multifaceted instructional strategies in eight focus areas to overcome roadblocks and to support students; and discover reproducible additional-resources lists for use with teams or study groups and reproducible teacher observation and evaluation checklists.

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  3. What Principals Need to Know About: Teaching and Learning Mathematics

    Understanding the common expectations for mathematics teaching and learning is essential for all principals and administrators. What Principals Need to Know about Teaching and Learning Mathematics uncovers the components of a high-quality mathematics program in regard to content, instruction, assessment, and response to intervention. With this book you will ensure a challenging and enjoyable mathematics experience for all P–8 learners.

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