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Evers, Rebecca B.
xviii, 189 p. :
1 copy available at Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library.
Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library
LB41 .E42 2011
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Education 11/12 / editor, Rebecca B. Evers.
New York, NY : McGraw Hill, c2011.
xviii, 189 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
(Annual editions publicationISSN0272-5010)
Preface -- Correlation Guide -- Topic Guide -- Internet References -- Unit 1: Reformatting Our Schools -- Unit overview -- 1: Quality education is our moon shot / Joan Richardson, Phi Delta Kappan, September 2009 -- 2: Duncan's strategy is flawed / ASBJ Reader's Panel, American School Board Journal, February 2010 -- 3: Response to intervention (RTI): what teachers of reading need to know / Eric M Mesmer and Heidi Anne E Mesmer, The Reading Teacher, December 2008/January 2009 -- 4: Responding to RTI / Anthony Rebora, Teacher Magazine, April 2010 -- Unit 2: Preparing Teachers To Teach All Students In All Schools -- Unit overview -- 5: Reluctant teachers reluctant learners / Julie Landsman, Tiffany Moore, and Robert Simmons, Educational Leadership, March 2008 -- 6: Musing: a way to inform and inspire pedagogy through self-reflection / Jane Moore and Vickie Fields Whitfield, Reading Teacher, April 2008 -- 7: All our students thinking / Nel Noddings, Educational Leadership, February 2008 -- 8: Start where your students are / Robyn R Jackson, Educational Leadership, February 2010 -- 9: Should learning be its own reward? / Daniel T Willingham, American Educator, Winter 2007-2008 -- 10: Learning to love assessment / Carol Ann Tomlinson, Educational Leadership, December 2008 -- Unit 3: Cornerstones To Learning: Reading And Math -- Unit overview -- 11: Print referencing during read-alouds: a technique for increasing emergent readers' print knowledge / Tricia A Zucker, Allison E Ward, and Laura M Justice, The Reading Teacher, September 2009 -- 12: You gotta see it to believe it: teaching visual literacy in the English classroom / Robyn Seglem and Shelbie Witte, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, November 2009 -- 13: You should read this book! / Jennifer Hartley, Educational Leadership, March 2008 -- 14: Do girls learn math fear from teachers? / Teacher Magazine, January 26, 2010 -- 15. How mathematics counts / Lynn Arthur Steen, Educational Leadership, November 2007 -- 16: Textbook scripts, students lives / Jana Dean, Rethinking Schools, Spring 2008 -- Unit 4: Creating Caring Communities Of Learners -- Unit overview -- 17. Creating intentional communities to support English language learners in the classroom / Judith Rance-Roney, English Journal, May 2008 -- 18: Cultivating optimism in the classroom / Richard Sagor, Educational Leadership, March 2008 -- 19: Teachers connecting with families-in the best interest of children / Katharine C Kersey and Marie L Masterson, Young Children and Families, September 2009 -- 20: How not to talk to your kids: the inverse power of praise / Po Bronson, New York Magazine, February 2007 -- 21: Democracy and education: empowering students to make sense of their world / William H Garrison, Phi Delta Kappan, January 2008 --Unit 5: Addressing Diversity In Your School -- Unit overview -- 22: Meeting students where they are: the Latino education crisis / Patricia Gandara, Educational Leadership, February 2010 -- 23: What does research say about effective practices for English learners? / Rhoda Coleman and Claude Goldenberg, Kappa Delta Pi Record, Winter 2010 -- 24: Becoming adept at code-switching / Rebecca S Wheeler, Educational Leadership, April 2008 -- 25: Myth of the "culture of poverty" / Paul Gorski, Educational Leadership, April 1, 2008 -- 26: Books that portray characters with disabilities: a top 25 list for children and young adults / Mary Anne Prater and Tina Taylor Dyches, Teaching Exceptional Children, March/April 2008 -- Unit 6: Rethinking Discipline: Getting The Behavior You Want And Need To Teach Effectively -- Unit overview -- 27: Under-appreciated role of humiliation in the middle school / Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher, Middle School Journal, January 2008 -- 28: Tackling a problematic behavior management issue: teachers' intervention in childhood bullying problems / Laura M Crothers and Jered B Kolbert, Intervention in School and Clinic, January 2008 -- 29: Power of our words / Paula Denton, Educational Leadership, September 2008 -- 30: Marketing civility / Michael Stiles and Ben Tyson, American School Board, March 2008 -- 31: Classwide interventions: effective instruction makes a difference / Maureen A Conroy et al, Teaching Exceptional Children, July/June 2008 -- 32: Developing effective behavior intervention plans: suggestions for school personnel / Kim Killu, Intervention in School and Clinic, January 2008 -- Unit 7: Technology: Are We Effectively Using Its Potential In Our Schools? -- Unit overview -- 33: For openers: how technology is changing school / Curtis J Bonk, Educational Leadership, April 2010 -- 34: Tech tool targets elementary readers / Katie Ash, Education Week, March 18, 2010 -- 35: Digital tools expand options for personalized learning / Kathleen Kennedy Manzo, Digital Directions, February 3, 2010 -- 36: Effects of video-game ownership on young boys' academic and behavioral functioning: a randomized, controlled study / Robert Weis and Brittany C Cerankosky, Psychological Science, February 18, 2010 -- Test-your-knowledge form -- Article rating form.
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