Filter
(found 24153 products)
Book cover image
Treasure House Spelling Pupil Books are aimed at ages 5-11, offering complete coverage of the demanding 2014 National Curriculum, and ideal practice of the all the spelling rules in the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test. This Treasure House pupil book: * is matched directly to the 2014 National Curriculum * ...
Spelling Year 2 Pupil Book (Treasure House)
Treasure House Spelling Pupil Books are aimed at ages 5-11, offering complete coverage of the demanding 2014 National Curriculum, and ideal practice of the all the spelling rules in the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test. This Treasure House pupil book: * is matched directly to the 2014 National Curriculum * explains each spelling rule clearly and simply, followed by a set of carefully tailored questions * allows practice of all the skills covered in the KS1 grammar, punctuation and spelling test, when used alongside Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Pupil Book 2 * ensures pupils will master all appropriate language skills. This pupil book can be used with Treasure House Teacher's Guide 2, Anthology 2 and activities on Collins Connect for an integrated approach to teaching English.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780008133412.jpg
11.16 USD

Spelling Year 2 Pupil Book (Treasure House)

by Sarah Snashall
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
This step-by-step how-to guide presents the six driving forces of instructional leadership within a multi-stage model for implementation, delivering lasting improvement through small, collaborative changes.
Instructional Leadership: Creating Practice Out of Theory
This step-by-step how-to guide presents the six driving forces of instructional leadership within a multi-stage model for implementation, delivering lasting improvement through small, collaborative changes.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781544381411.jpg
37.18 USD

Instructional Leadership: Creating Practice Out of Theory

by Peter M. DeWitt
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
While the most important measure of success for many degree-seeking students is the timely attainment of a Bachelor's degree, there remains a host of other indicators of student success that vary by student population and students' personal goals. Many of these smaller successes lead to the ultimate goal of graduation ...
Success for All: Programs to Support Students Throughout Their College Experience
While the most important measure of success for many degree-seeking students is the timely attainment of a Bachelor's degree, there remains a host of other indicators of student success that vary by student population and students' personal goals. Many of these smaller successes lead to the ultimate goal of graduation and are significant triumphs throughout the journey through higher education. Success for All is a strategic guide for administrators and educators that offers methods for advising students through the myriad of challenges they face. Every bit of success contributes to the accomplishment of a larger goal, and this book highlights success at every level. It provides a specific roadmap to the research, services, and programs at the University of Nevada, Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College that support student success in undergraduate and graduate programs regardless of a student's social, emotional, or prior academic experiences. Contributors discuss how to make students feel welcome in their social and educational environments and how to directly assist them with the timely completion of their degree. Administrators and educators demonstrate how these programs help make a positive contribution to the students and the institutions they serve while implementing practical solutions to increase graduation rates.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781948908580.jpg
36.700000 USD

Success for All: Programs to Support Students Throughout Their College Experience

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Traditional schools today are one of many options for students and learning. Any school needs a powerful value proposition that shouts to families, Pick us! from all of the options they have. Schools that increase their value proposition over time will have a greater chance of survival; those that fail ...
Thrive: How Schools Will Win the Education Revolution
Traditional schools today are one of many options for students and learning. Any school needs a powerful value proposition that shouts to families, Pick us! from all of the options they have. Schools that increase their value proposition over time will have a greater chance of survival; those that fail to boost their perceived value will tend towards failure. One profound lessons sticks out: the tools of change are neither difficult to understand nor complicated to implement. The difference between schools that thrive and those that may wilt or die during this period of evolution is not just about understanding how your school can thrive; it's about actually doing it. It takes time and sustained commitment. That part is up to you.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781544381244.jpg
46.47 USD

Thrive: How Schools Will Win the Education Revolution

by Grant Lichtman
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Educate the whole child-improve the whole school. Implementing new teaching practices can feel like juggling. This book shows you how to balance standards-based learning, social-emotional learning, and cognitive development and build realistic plans for success. With a flexible, three-tiered, visual framework designed for schoolwide collaboration, it helps you build on ...
Creating a Self-Directed Learning Environment: Standards-Based and Social-Emotional Learning
Educate the whole child-improve the whole school. Implementing new teaching practices can feel like juggling. This book shows you how to balance standards-based learning, social-emotional learning, and cognitive development and build realistic plans for success. With a flexible, three-tiered, visual framework designed for schoolwide collaboration, it helps you build on your school's strengths and the potential of existing programs. It also offers: * An integrated philosophy focused on self-directed learning and the whole child * Attention to academic inclusion, behavior intervention, and classroom management * Research sourced from CASEL and state programs and initiatives * Numerous illustrations, tables, and graphics * Tools and supplemental resources for implementation
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781544384245.jpg
37.750000 USD

Creating a Self-Directed Learning Environment: Standards-Based and Social-Emotional Learning

by GREG MULLEN
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Most new college and university administrators, especially if they come directly from the faculty ranks or from outside academia, receive little if any training. Rather, they try to succeed mostly by stumbling through the (semi-)dark with a combination of their own knowledge and experience as well as on-the-job learning. This ...
An Insider's Guide to University Administration
Most new college and university administrators, especially if they come directly from the faculty ranks or from outside academia, receive little if any training. Rather, they try to succeed mostly by stumbling through the (semi-)dark with a combination of their own knowledge and experience as well as on-the-job learning. This can lead to costly (for the administrator and the institution) mistakes as well as professional failures and campus-wide miseries. In An Insider's Guide to University Administration, Daniel Grassian helps those currently in faculty positions or outside academia determine whether a career in college and university administration is right for them-and, if so, how to best position themselves for success. Applying theory to real, practical examples of university administration, Grassian provides both prospective and current administrators with an in-depth critical analysis of areas pertinent to college and university administration, including leadership, management, vision, diversity, ethics, and fundraising. Drawing on his varied, extensive teaching and administrative career, Grassian leaves readers with a better understanding of what those in college and university administration do and the important practical, political, and ethical issues with which they engage.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781421437071.jpg
38.13 USD

An Insider's Guide to University Administration

by Daniel Grassian
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Math Notebook: 1/2 inch Square Graph Paper for Students and Kids, 100 Sheets (Large, 8.5 x 11)
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781688947948.jpg
6.87 USD

Math Notebook: 1/2 inch Square Graph Paper for Students and Kids, 100 Sheets (Large, 8.5 x 11)

by Graph Paper Notebooks
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
This book addresses equity auditing at the community level. The inspiration for the book emerged from two sources. The first was hearing the frustration expressed from school leaders and teachers when trying to address the educational needs of and expectations for their students while also having to contend with the ...
Community Equity Audits: Communities and Schools Working Together to Eliminate the Opportunity Gap
This book addresses equity auditing at the community level. The inspiration for the book emerged from two sources. The first was hearing the frustration expressed from school leaders and teachers when trying to address the educational needs of and expectations for their students while also having to contend with the socio-structural issues that function as roadblocks to their success, particularly for low-income students and those living in poverty. These include lack of sufficient housing, exposure to high levels of crime and violence, inadequate fresh and nutritious food, deficient healthcare, and an absence of community resources such as safe play spaces. The second was the realization that many of the citizens within a city or school district are unaware of the disparate conditions among their neighborhoods and communities, including those stakeholders who are in a position to make needed policy changes. The purpose, then, of this book is to provide examples of community equity audits, using geographic information system mapping and other data. These audits create a picture and story of the inequities among communities and the need for community equity audits to raise the awareness of those who can influence policy and practices to create communities that promote the health and well-being of their citizens, most especially their children, so that the opportunity gap can be eliminated and schools can well-educate all of their students. The need for this information is great because schools alone cannot achieve all their educational goals if students and their families are living in circumstances that negatively impact their health, well-being and ultimately their chances to succeed. This book attempts to help practitioners and university faculty address what we believe is the most challenging and important issue in education today-how to ensure that all students have the opportunity and support they need to be successful in school and life.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781544360966.jpg
34.600000 USD

Community Equity Audits: Communities and Schools Working Together to Eliminate the Opportunity Gap

by Amelia Herrera-Evans, Campbell John Bullock, Talitha Agan, J Martyn Gunn, Kathryn B McKenzie
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
The Dynamics of Language and Inequality in Education: Social and Symbolic Boundaries in the Global South
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781788926935.jpg
46.40 USD

The Dynamics of Language and Inequality in Education: Social and Symbolic Boundaries in the Global South

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Just Schools examines the challenges and possibilities for building more equitable forms of collaboration among non-dominant families, communities, and schools. The text explores how equitable collaboration entails ongoing processes that begin with families and communities, transform power, build reciprocity and agency, and foster collective capacity through collective inquiry. These processes ...
Just Schools: Building Equitable Collaborations with Families and Communities
Just Schools examines the challenges and possibilities for building more equitable forms of collaboration among non-dominant families, communities, and schools. The text explores how equitable collaboration entails ongoing processes that begin with families and communities, transform power, build reciprocity and agency, and foster collective capacity through collective inquiry. These processes offer promising possibilities for improving student learning, transforming educational systems, and developing robust partnerships that build on the resources, expertise, and cultural practices of non-dominant families. Based on empirical research and inquiry-driven practice, this book describes core concepts and provides multiple examples of effective practices.Book Features: Broadens the dominant conception of leadership to include traditionally marginalized parents and communities as potential educational leaders. Explores partnerships from both a system-wide and in-school basis, with detailed portraits of what is possible. Translates theoretical principles at multiple scales: systemic, school, and individual practice. Shares studies focused on a broad range of contexts, strategies, and practices for enacting equitable collaboration with families.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780807763193.jpg
36.700000 USD

Just Schools: Building Equitable Collaborations with Families and Communities

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Academic advising is the second most important function in the community college. If it is not conducted with the utmost efficiency and effectiveness, the most important function in the college-instruction-will fail to achieve its purpose of ensuring that students succeed in navigating the curriculum to completion. The purpose of academic ...
Academic Advising in the Community College
Academic advising is the second most important function in the community college. If it is not conducted with the utmost efficiency and effectiveness, the most important function in the college-instruction-will fail to achieve its purpose of ensuring that students succeed in navigating the curriculum to completion. The purpose of academic advising is to help students select a program of study to meet their life and vocational goals. As such, academic advising is a central and important activity in the process of education. Academic advising occurs at least once each term for every student in the college; few student support functions occur as often or affect so many students. But while there is general agreement concerning the importance of academic advising for the efficient functioning of the institution and the effective functioning of the student, there is little agreement regarding the nature of academic advising and who should perform the function. In this seminal work on academic advising, the authors of three overarching chapters address the key issues and challenges of academic advising followed by the authors of four of the most innovative and successful programs of academic advising in the nation.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781475850857.jpg
31.500000 USD

Academic Advising in the Community College

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Currently in education everyone is debating what is required to turn around struggling campuses. Some argue the need for additional programs, some suggest merit pay to bring in and retain the most effective teachers. What this book will argue is that is rests solely on the shoulders of the principal. ...
Turning a School Around: Key Considerations for Real Success
Currently in education everyone is debating what is required to turn around struggling campuses. Some argue the need for additional programs, some suggest merit pay to bring in and retain the most effective teachers. What this book will argue is that is rests solely on the shoulders of the principal. As the book will discuss, it is the principals job to hire and train quality teachers to ensure students receive the high quality instruction they deserve. In order for principals to accomplish this task, there are certain aspects of instructional leadership they must understand and be able to put into practice. Principals first and foremost must truly understand instruction. Principals must understand how to evaluate students and teachers through formative assessment. Principals have to find ways to get into classrooms as opposed to finding ways that keep them out. Finally, principals must understand data well enough that they can truly hear the story the data is telling. It is through these aspects of instructional leadership that principals are able turn campuses around.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781475853292.jpg
26.250000 USD

Turning a School Around: Key Considerations for Real Success

by Josh Martin
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
The story of the American university in the past half century is about the rise of women in participation as students, faculty members, college athletes, and in subsequently changing the overall university culture for the better. Now almost sixty percent of the overall college student population in America is female, ...
The Rise of Women in Higher Education: How, Why, and What's Next
The story of the American university in the past half century is about the rise of women in participation as students, faculty members, college athletes, and in subsequently changing the overall university culture for the better. Now almost sixty percent of the overall college student population in America is female, and still growing. By the year 2000, women surpassed men worldwide in attendance at higher education institutions. At the same time, after years of a disproportionate dominant male professoriate, female faculty members are now becoming the majority of university professors. While top university presidents are still largely male, women have achieved real gains in the overall administrative ranks and trustee positions. In all areas of the university disparities still exist in terms of compensation and balance in key areas of the academy, but the overall positive trend is clear. Few to this date have recognized and chronicled this extraordinary change in college education-one of society's fundamental and influential institutions. For universities the test for the future is to make the changes needed in broad areas within higher education from financial aid to curriculum, student activities, and overall campus culture in order to better foster a newly empowered majority of women students.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781475853629.jpg
29.400000 USD

The Rise of Women in Higher Education: How, Why, and What's Next

by Gary A. Berg
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Closing the Gap is an ISTE book series designed to reflect the contributions of multiple stakeholders seeking to ensure that digital equity is achieved on campuses, in classrooms, and throughout education. In this series, authors Nicol R. Howard, Sarah Thomas, and Regina Schaffer offer historical and philosophical insights while exploring ...
Digital Equity Strategies for the K-12 Classroom
Closing the Gap is an ISTE book series designed to reflect the contributions of multiple stakeholders seeking to ensure that digital equity is achieved on campuses, in classrooms, and throughout education. In this series, authors Nicol R. Howard, Sarah Thomas, and Regina Schaffer offer historical and philosophical insights while exploring challenges and solutions unique to teacher preparation programs, pre-service and in-service teachers, and instructional coaches. The second book in the series, Closing the Gap: Digital Equity Strategies for the K-12 Classroom, includes: examination of digital equity and the problem of practice for teachers and coaches; strategies for connecting the ISTE Educator and Student Standards to practice; discussion of key challenges facing teachers in today's classrooms, such as access, connectivity, limited resources, digital divide, and the homework gap; research-based vignettes from teachers who have encountered and conquered some of the challenges addressed in the book, and from edtech coaches who have implemented equity-centered innovative professional development; and concrete, evidence-based strategies for teachers.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781564847171.jpg
29.390000 USD

Digital Equity Strategies for the K-12 Classroom

by Sarah Thomas, Nicol R Howard, Regina Schaffer
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Education Policy for Social Change: Critical Issues in American Education examines and discusses educational policy and issues that arise in all aspects of American education. The anthology features a collection of academic, comprehensive, and rigorous papers and articles that explore the myths of the failing and the reinventing of American ...
Education Policy for Social Change: Critical Issues in American Education
Education Policy for Social Change: Critical Issues in American Education examines and discusses educational policy and issues that arise in all aspects of American education. The anthology features a collection of academic, comprehensive, and rigorous papers and articles that explore the myths of the failing and the reinventing of American public education as the background for a larger, interdisciplinary discussion of education and social change. The book calls attention to the broader case for good public education and a liberally educated community. Over the course of 16 chapters, readers are immersed in academic works that examine inclusivity in the classroom, citizenship education, issues of class and race, school reform, policy work as activism in teacher education, STEM, arts in education, and more. Each reading is supported by an introduction, conclusion, and discussion questions. Filled to the brim with engaging, scholarly insight, Education Policy for Social Change is ideal for courses in education policy and educational administration. It can also be immensely valuable for individuals who are interested in exploring the connection between teaching, learning, and positive change in the American education system.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781516543649.jpg
102.850000 USD

Education Policy for Social Change: Critical Issues in American Education

by Yoko Mogi-Hein
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
With notes directly from the authors, concrete recommendations for improvement and self-assessment, and reflection questions for both coaches and principals to get the conversation started, Unpacking Coaching Mindsets is the most practical reference guide for any literacy leader to pick up and begin using immediately. The authors put their years ...
Unpacking Coaching Mindsets: Collaboration Between Principals and Coaches
With notes directly from the authors, concrete recommendations for improvement and self-assessment, and reflection questions for both coaches and principals to get the conversation started, Unpacking Coaching Mindsets is the most practical reference guide for any literacy leader to pick up and begin using immediately. The authors put their years of research experience, classroom teaching, and consulting work into the ultimate guide for coaches and leaders responsible for literacy learning in their schools. They take that guide and distil it into an approachable, on-the-go resource for literacy leaders and principals alike. It serves three essential groups and roles: For established literacy leaders, as a quick reference guide for essential concepts. For aspiring literacy professionals, as a study guide to better prepare them for their education and professional work. For coaches and principals, as a conversation starter for greater collaboration and more effective leadership. With notes directly from the authors, concrete recommendations for improvement and self-assessment, and reflection questions for both coaches and principals to get the conversation started, Ippolito and Bean have created the most practical reference guide for any literacy leader to pick up and begin using immediately.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781943920273.jpg
15.700000 USD

Unpacking Coaching Mindsets: Collaboration Between Principals and Coaches

by Rita M. Bean, Jacy Ippolito
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Founded in 1989, Teach For America (TFA) has grown into a massive organization with a presence across the United States and expanded internationally to 46 countries. TFA's international expansion through Teach For All (TFAll) coincides with a broader exportation of neoliberal education reform ideologies across the globe. As a follow ...
Teach For All Counter-Narratives: International Perspectives on a Global Reform Movement
Founded in 1989, Teach For America (TFA) has grown into a massive organization with a presence across the United States and expanded internationally to 46 countries. TFA's international expansion through Teach For All (TFAll) coincides with a broader exportation of neoliberal education reform ideologies across the globe. As a follow up to Teach For America Counter-Narratives: Alumni Speak Up and Speak Out (Peter Lang, 2015), this text is the first to provide a glimpse into the first-hand experiences of those impacted by the colonizing nature of TFAll and the global education reform movement of privatization.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781433172113.jpg
40.900000 USD

Teach For All Counter-Narratives: International Perspectives on a Global Reform Movement

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
For scholars seeking to undertake consequential research in service-learning and community engagement (SLCE) at a time when there is widening interest in and increasing acceptance of research in this field as a primary area of scholarship, this book provides accounts by preeminent scholars about the trajectories of their research, their ...
Practical Wisdom for Conducting Research on Service Learning: Pursuing Quality and Purpose
For scholars seeking to undertake consequential research in service-learning and community engagement (SLCE) at a time when there is widening interest in and increasing acceptance of research in this field as a primary area of scholarship, this book provides accounts by preeminent scholars about the trajectories of their research, their methodologies, lessons learned along the way, as well as their views about the future direction of the field.The contributors to this volume represent a range of disciplines and fields including education, history, organizational leadership, political science, philanthropic studies, psychology, and public health, as well as both qualitative and quantitative traditions, and offer models of scholarly learning that contribute to a knowledge base that can guide practice and further the broader public purposes of the academy. They articulate how they view their research on SLCE as having broader purposes that matter to them personally as well as professionally and illustrate how the why and to what end of their research can evolve as a program of research develops and matures across time. They identify key choices they made in terms of inquiry and methodology, describe both successes and challenges in establishing and navigating a SLCE research agenda across their careers, and share lessons learned from their research journey to advance the field both domestically and abroad. Emerging from these narratives is a theme of practical wisdom that arises through the learning of researchers, students and communities as they engage with complex social contexts.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781620364680.jpg
41.950000 USD

Practical Wisdom for Conducting Research on Service Learning: Pursuing Quality and Purpose

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Provides readers with the information, strategies, and resources on assessment concepts and approaches that have endured and matured over the past twenty-five years, along with emerging and future assessment ideas and opportunities in a host of specific areas. A unique feature of this book is the diverse array of assessment ...
Trends in Assessment: Ideas, Opportunities, and Issues for Higher Education
Provides readers with the information, strategies, and resources on assessment concepts and approaches that have endured and matured over the past twenty-five years, along with emerging and future assessment ideas and opportunities in a host of specific areas. A unique feature of this book is the diverse array of assessment trends in these special emphasis chapters, each authored by acknowledged experts in the corresponding field: Community Engagement Assessment Trends ePortfolio Assessment Trends Faculty Development Assessment Trends Global Learning Assessment Trends Assessment Trends in Graduate and Professional Education Assessment Trends in High Impact Practices Assessment Trends for Learning Improvement and Innovation Assessment Trends from NILOA STEM Education Assessment Trends Assessment Trends in Student Affairs Programs and Services
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781642670936.jpg
34.120000 USD

Trends in Assessment: Ideas, Opportunities, and Issues for Higher Education

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Bullyocracy: How the Social Hierarchy Enables Bullies to Rule Schools, Work Places, and Society at Large
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781634242776.jpg
20.950000 USD

Bullyocracy: How the Social Hierarchy Enables Bullies to Rule Schools, Work Places, and Society at Large

by Donald Jeffries
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
To understand how universities function, it is critical to understand how their budgets work. In this useful volume, Dean O. Smith provides a concise explanation of university budgets-why they're important, how they are prepared, what information they provide, and how they are monitored. Translating technical jargon into layman's terms, How ...
How University Budgets Work
To understand how universities function, it is critical to understand how their budgets work. In this useful volume, Dean O. Smith provides a concise explanation of university budgets-why they're important, how they are prepared, what information they provide, and how they are monitored. Translating technical jargon into layman's terms, How University Budgets Work emphasizes practical matters and best practices. Writing for a non-specialist audience, Smith covers major aspects of university budgets ranging from their preparation and alignment with strategic plans to their implementation at the departmental level. Offering time-tested advice from his many years in higher administration, he also touches on * expenditure monitoring* projections* allocations* revenue* incentives * financial reserves* end-of-year accounting The companion book to the more rigorous University Finances, also by Smith, How University Budgets Work is a unique introductory guide for the extended academic community. Ultimately, this logical, accessible book provides a working knowledge of how university budgets are produced and implemented, one that enables faculty members and administrators to become more effective in their roles within the university.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781421432762.jpg
38.13 USD

How University Budgets Work

by Dean O. Smith
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Because equity and instruction are inextricably bound Why are equity visits such a critical first step to increasing opportunity and access for our under-served students? Because they take instructional rounds to a new level, providing a powerful lens for investigating the intersections of equity and instruction. After all, how can ...
Equity Visits: A New Approach to Supporting Equity-Focused School and District Leadership
Because equity and instruction are inextricably bound Why are equity visits such a critical first step to increasing opportunity and access for our under-served students? Because they take instructional rounds to a new level, providing a powerful lens for investigating the intersections of equity and instruction. After all, how can we possibly deliver equitable learning experiences, opportunities, and outcomes for our students, without first pinpointing problems of practice? That's where Equity Visits will prove absolutely indispensable to district and school administrators. It details how to combine a strong focus on instruction with explicit, intentional efforts to address systemic inequities. Inside you'll find A range of data collection activities and tools to target central issues of equity in your school Clear guidelines on how to investigate the ways instructional practices, structures, and beliefs lead to inequitable educational experiences-and how these are often masked in the day-to-day life of schools and districts A frank discussion of how to make race and racism an explicit part of investigating and addressing educational inequities Voices of school and district leaders who have taken crucial first steps to become equity warriors Recommendations on how to develop policies, initiatives, and practices to confront those inequities Few dispute that instructional improvement must be a central focus of educational leadership, but for too long achieving educational equity has been absent from the conversation. Here is your opportunity to ensure equity occupy a central spot in data collection and analysis, and be explicitly discussed at all levels of your school or district organization. In short, essential reading and doing for all administrators!
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781544338132.jpg
36.700000 USD

Equity Visits: A New Approach to Supporting Equity-Focused School and District Leadership

by Thomas C. Hatch, Scott T. Thompson, Larry Leverett, David Allen, Rachel D. Roegman
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Avoiding poor decisions in any facet of life starts by truly listening for the meaning in the messages we receive. In today's fast paced business environment: executives, managers and supervisors alike need to master the skill of effective listening to engage in smarter decision making. Smarter Decision-Making demonstrates the power ...
Smarter Decision-Making: Avoiding Poor Decisions through Effective Listening
Avoiding poor decisions in any facet of life starts by truly listening for the meaning in the messages we receive. In today's fast paced business environment: executives, managers and supervisors alike need to master the skill of effective listening to engage in smarter decision making. Smarter Decision-Making demonstrates the power of applied listening through focus, meaning and understanding context. The second part of the book gives depth to the importance of meaning. These practical insights are invaluable to any leader intent on achieving success and growth in their career.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781475854558.jpg
26.250000 USD

Smarter Decision-Making: Avoiding Poor Decisions through Effective Listening

by Louis J. Pepe
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Teaches readers how to manage feelings of overwhelm and frustration Offers readers a frank assessment of whether to confidently stay in the job despite feelings of burnout or peacefully leave with no regrets Presents practical tips for working each day with joy and accomplishment Features the Angela Kelly Robeck's proprietary ...
The Empowered Principal: The School Leader's Alternative to Career Burnout
Teaches readers how to manage feelings of overwhelm and frustration Offers readers a frank assessment of whether to confidently stay in the job despite feelings of burnout or peacefully leave with no regrets Presents practical tips for working each day with joy and accomplishment Features the Angela Kelly Robeck's proprietary STEAR METHOD to help readers make decisions from an empowered state Firsthand advice from a former principal
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781642793888.jpg
15.700000 USD

The Empowered Principal: The School Leader's Alternative to Career Burnout

by Angela Kelly Robeck
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
In Rethinking Recess, sociologist Rebecca A. London argues that recess has been overlooked as an essential part of the elementary school experience, with major implications for how well schools serve all students equitably and responsively. Given its potential to support students' social and emotional learning and physical activity, London says, ...
Rethinking Recess: Creating Safe and Inclusive Playtime for All Children in School
In Rethinking Recess, sociologist Rebecca A. London argues that recess has been overlooked as an essential part of the elementary school experience, with major implications for how well schools serve all students equitably and responsively. Given its potential to support students' social and emotional learning and physical activity, London says, recess should be designed intentionally, with attention to safety, health, and engagement. The book shows how school leaders and other educators-even those with budget and space constraints-can make the most of recess time by using a variety of proven strategies, and also provides examples of schools that have put these strategies to use. Rethinking Recess highlights the need for equitable access to recess and supplies alternatives to the common practice of withholding recess for misbehavior or as a punishment, along with other policy recommendations, assessment tools, and resources that practitioners can use to redesign recess. When unstructured or poorly planned, recess can be a major source of disciplinary incidents and office referrals, eating into instructional time, adding stress, and affecting perceptions of school climate for students and staff, among other negative outcomes. Conversely, taking organizational steps to create a well-designed recess can engage students, improve school climate, build valuable social and emotional skills, reduce behavioral incidents, and promote healthy lifestyles. Meticulously researched and filled with practical and often easy to implement changes for recess policies and practice, this book provides a critical resource for school leaders and others looking to make every aspect of school a positive one for students.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781682534144.jpg
35.700000 USD

Rethinking Recess: Creating Safe and Inclusive Playtime for All Children in School

by Rebecca A London
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
This new book for scholars and university administrators offers a provocative critique of sexual justice Language and policy in higher education around the concept of consent. Complicating the idea that consent is plain common sense, Campuses of Consent shows how normative and inaccurate concepts about gender, gender identity, and sexuality ...
Campuses of Consent: Sexual and Social Justice in Higher Education
This new book for scholars and university administrators offers a provocative critique of sexual justice Language and policy in higher education around the concept of consent. Complicating the idea that consent is plain common sense, Campuses of Consent shows how normative and inaccurate concepts about gender, gender identity, and sexuality erase queer or trans students' experiences and perpetuate narrow, regressive gender norms and individualist frameworks for understanding violence.Theresa A. Kulbaga and Leland G. Spencer prove that consent in higher education cannot be meaningfully separated from larger issues of institutional and structural power and oppression. While sexual assault advocacy campaigns, such as It's On Us, federal legislation from Title IX to the Clery Act, and more recent affirmative-consent Measures tend to construct consent in individualist terms, as something given or received by individuals, the authors imagine consent as something that can be constructed systemically and institutionally: in classrooms, campus communication, and shared campus spaces.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781625344595.jpg
26.200000 USD

Campuses of Consent: Sexual and Social Justice in Higher Education

by Leland G., Spencer, Theresa A. Kulbaga
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
This award-winning guide provides child care directors, teachers, and caregivers with essential information on the prevention and management of infectious diseases in group care settings. The newly revised and updated fifth edition is aligned with the most recent version of the premier AAP source of information on infectious diseases, Red ...
Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and Schools: A Quick Reference Guide
This award-winning guide provides child care directors, teachers, and caregivers with essential information on the prevention and management of infectious diseases in group care settings. The newly revised and updated fifth edition is aligned with the most recent version of the premier AAP source of information on infectious diseases, Red Book (R): 2018-2021 Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, 31st Edition. The robust section of more than 55 quick reference fact sheets on common infectious diseases and symptoms has been expanded to include a new sheet on croup. Additionally, the forms have been updated to align with Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards; Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs, 4th Edition, and there is a new form, Infections Caused by Interactions of Humans With Pets and Wild Animals. As always, the guide is easy to use, providing clear, authoritative guidance on limiting the spread of infection.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781610023481.jpg
62.950000 USD

Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and Schools: A Quick Reference Guide

Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Researchers in Learning Sciences are pioneering instructional technologies that have the capacity to revolutionize the nation's educational system. By combining design thinking methodology with strong theoretical frameworks in the learning sciences, educators can improve learning to help students thrive in the digital age. This book will provide a foundation for ...
Design Ed: Connecting Learning Science Research to Practice
Researchers in Learning Sciences are pioneering instructional technologies that have the capacity to revolutionize the nation's educational system. By combining design thinking methodology with strong theoretical frameworks in the learning sciences, educators can improve learning to help students thrive in the digital age. This book will provide a foundation for the science of learning and learning design, laying out the intersection between theory, design and reflective practice, as it relates to applying design thinking for the engagement of digital age learners. Topics covered include: educators as learning designers shaping experiences for digital age learning through digital media and digital environments design and format of educational interventions the role of reflective practice and evaluating the impact on student learning Throughout the text, the authors will emphasize the why behind the use of technology, and the how to enact learning design, for all digital age learners.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781564847492.jpg
47.240000 USD

Design Ed: Connecting Learning Science Research to Practice

by Ayn Keneman, Angela Elkordy
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Building belonging provides all the tools school leaders need to help unlock rapid school improvement by introducing The Emotional Wellbeing School Improvement Framework. Building on a robust evidence base it ensures everyone has a clear understanding of their collective destination by drawing on the views of all stakeholders to help ...
Building Belonging: A systematic approach to school improvement and emotional well-being
Building belonging provides all the tools school leaders need to help unlock rapid school improvement by introducing The Emotional Wellbeing School Improvement Framework. Building on a robust evidence base it ensures everyone has a clear understanding of their collective destination by drawing on the views of all stakeholders to help ensure your organisation can prioritise objectives to best meet the needs of your young people. This is a practical, comprehensive guide to moving from unconscious to conscious competence in driving school improvement while protecting the emotional wellbeing of children and staff in a way that's proven to make a difference.Beginning with the genesis of the Framework this book gives readers a step-by-step guide to how to make it work in their own specific setting. The framework helps build capacity and the flexibility to support elsewhere as the direction of travel remains constant and everyone is clear about what they need to do, even if senior leaders move on. It also support succession planning as aspiring leaders know the systems and can step up much more smoothly.Crucially the framework does not dictate how to do things. It strives for aligned autonomy, meaning that leaders are free to draw on their contextual wisdom to inform their leadership actions and approaches while addressing the framework objectives.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781912906536.jpg
26.04 USD

Building Belonging: A systematic approach to school improvement and emotional well-being

by Cathal Lynch
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Tom Sherrington's 2017 book The Learning Rainforest won rave reviews for its brilliant weaving of research evidence into a powerful vision of how education can transform lives, even in the most challenging settings. In this follow-up book, Tom explores how these ideas take shape in the real world of education, ...
The Learning Rainforest Fieldbook
Tom Sherrington's 2017 book The Learning Rainforest won rave reviews for its brilliant weaving of research evidence into a powerful vision of how education can transform lives, even in the most challenging settings. In this follow-up book, Tom explores how these ideas take shape in the real world of education, referencing the journeys that a range of schools and colleges have been on in recent years.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781912906284.jpg
29.76 USD

The Learning Rainforest Fieldbook

by Tom Sherrington
Paperback / softback
Page 1 of 40