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This book provides proactive guidelines to help identify cyberbullying warning signs and prevent inappropriate behaviors! Focusing on the kinds of hurtful behaviors youth may experience online, this resource provides educators with information, guidelines, and resources to identify and respond effectively to cyberbullying and give students the protection they need. This ...
Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying
This book provides proactive guidelines to help identify cyberbullying warning signs and prevent inappropriate behaviors! Focusing on the kinds of hurtful behaviors youth may experience online, this resource provides educators with information, guidelines, and resources to identify and respond effectively to cyberbullying and give students the protection they need. This groundbreaking book by two of the leading experts in the field offers the personal voices of youth affected by, or involved in, cyberbullying incidents and includes: illustrations of what cyberbullying looks like; tips for identifying cyberbullies or targets; 'Breakout Boxes' highlighting hundreds of anti-cyberbullying strategies; a review of the latest research and important legal rulings; strategies for responsible social networking; and, strategies for working with parents and law enforcement.
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48.33 USD

Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying

by Justin W Patchin, Sameer K Hinduja
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This book builds upon the foundation of Nash's Active series, combining his experience from consulting with the latest research on movement, memory, and learning. Nash seeks to provide educators with the knowledge and motivation to transform their students from passive attendees to active participants and leaders in the classroom.
From Seatwork to Feetwork: Engaging Students in Their Own Learning
This book builds upon the foundation of Nash's Active series, combining his experience from consulting with the latest research on movement, memory, and learning. Nash seeks to provide educators with the knowledge and motivation to transform their students from passive attendees to active participants and leaders in the classroom.
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28.300000 USD

From Seatwork to Feetwork: Engaging Students in Their Own Learning

by Ron J. Nash
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An excellent resource that provides research-based information as well as practical information. Administrators, teachers, and parents will find Cooper's book to be an indispensable resource' - Mary Johnstone, Principal, Rabbit Creek Elementary, Anchorage, AK 'An easy-to-read, comprehensive resource for teachers, administrators, district staff, and parents interested in best schooling practices ...
The Battle Over Homework: Common Ground for Administrators, Teachers, and Parents
An excellent resource that provides research-based information as well as practical information. Administrators, teachers, and parents will find Cooper's book to be an indispensable resource' - Mary Johnstone, Principal, Rabbit Creek Elementary, Anchorage, AK 'An easy-to-read, comprehensive resource for teachers, administrators, district staff, and parents interested in best schooling practices around homework' - Barb Keating, Principal, FW Howay School, British Columbia, Canada Does homework work? Homework is the cause of more friction between school and home than any other aspect of education and becomes the prime battlefield when schools, families, and communities view one another as adversaries. This comprehensive third edition tackles all the tough questions: What's the right amount of homework? What role should parents play in the homework process? What is the connection between homework and achievement? Harris Cooper provides educators with terms, definitions, and updated research to hold constructive conversations with students, their families, and the community.Administrators, teachers, and parents can collaborate to make sound decisions about homework policies and guidelines as they learn to evaluate: Variations in homework that can influence achievement Appropriate assignments for different grade levels The influence of parents in the homework process Recent research findings, best practices, and updated policy guidelines. This essential reference offers teachers and parents the opportunity to end the battle and turn homework into a cooperative effort to promote student learning.
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37.18 USD

The Battle Over Homework: Common Ground for Administrators, Teachers, and Parents

by Harris M. Cooper
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This book focuses directly on what promotes delivery. It provides the practical tools and implementation guide for re-invigorating your school. Set against a solid blend of international research and international best practice, the narrative is carried by voices from schools that are currently delivering across six countries. Every process in ...
Schools That Deliver
This book focuses directly on what promotes delivery. It provides the practical tools and implementation guide for re-invigorating your school. Set against a solid blend of international research and international best practice, the narrative is carried by voices from schools that are currently delivering across six countries. Every process in the book has been tested and refined under the heat of practice, addressing the current realities in education.
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Schools That Deliver

by William C Martin, John Edwards
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A recent national survey revealed that most teachers have taken no courses in school law and expect their headteachers to advise them on the legal aspects of education. The survey also indicated that the majority are uninformed or misinformed about the rights of students and teachers. Tackling the most common ...
Principals Teaching the Law: 10 Legal Lessons Your Teachers Must Know
A recent national survey revealed that most teachers have taken no courses in school law and expect their headteachers to advise them on the legal aspects of education. The survey also indicated that the majority are uninformed or misinformed about the rights of students and teachers. Tackling the most common legal issues facing schools today, this book equips school leaders with a professional development curriculum for effectively training staff on education law and other critical topics that affect teachers' everyday work. Organized into 10 ready-made lessons, this resource includes: one-hour sessions on topics such as student discipline, special education, and freedom of expression; warm-up activities, objectives, a summary of legal principles, application activities, and assessments for each session; facilitation aids such as common questions and answers, timing recommendations, alternate activities, reproducible content, and recommended readings; and an online supplement with key terminology, a legal knowledge survey, and lesson plans. Principals Teaching the Law helps you provide your staff with the legal knowledge needed to avoid unnecessary lawsuits, understand teacher and student rights, and work within the boundaries of the law.
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38.800000 USD

Principals Teaching the Law: 10 Legal Lessons Your Teachers Must Know

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'You cannot take on the principalship and view it as a job ...Simply stated, you have to view it as a special calling' - Jim Kelch, from Beginning the Principalship, Third Edition The best way to learn the ropes is to have an expert at your side. Beginning the Principalship, ...
Beginning the Principalship: A Practical Guide for New School Leaders
'You cannot take on the principalship and view it as a job ...Simply stated, you have to view it as a special calling' - Jim Kelch, from Beginning the Principalship, Third Edition The best way to learn the ropes is to have an expert at your side. Beginning the Principalship, Third Edition is exactly that kind of essential encouragement and help you need. Filled with updated and new information designed to help you survive your first years as headteacher, this new edition of John C. Daresh's bestseller provides the resources you need to become a strong and effective leader. Find out how you can o Manage others' expectations of you as headteacher; o Master the technical skills necessary to run a school; o Create and clarify your personal professional growth plan; o Work effectively with the community; o Incorporate staff in school goals and initiatives; o Work more effectively with parents. In compelling scenarios from new headteachers, Daresh focuses on the practical skills for developing a network, the process of finding mentors, and the importance of professional organizations.With the tools this guide offers, you will build the skills you need to thrive as a principal, growing more comfortable-and more confident-in your role as school leader!
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23.98 USD
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In this third edition of their classic bestseller, Allan A. Glatthorn and Jerry Jailall examine four levels of curriculumustate, district, school, and classroomuto explain how effective principals can influence curriculum at every stage and provide examples that illustrate how school administrators can incorporate curriculum leadership into their organizational behavior. The ...
The Principal as Curriculum Leader: Shaping What is Taught and Tested
In this third edition of their classic bestseller, Allan A. Glatthorn and Jerry Jailall examine four levels of curriculumustate, district, school, and classroomuto explain how effective principals can influence curriculum at every stage and provide examples that illustrate how school administrators can incorporate curriculum leadership into their organizational behavior. The Principal as Curriculum Leader, Third Edition, reviews the key issues that continue to affect how principals work in the 'real world' and offers updates that include: Insightful analysis of the effects of NCLB An expanded treatment of content standards A new section on the influence of Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) A discussion of team leadership and professional learning communities
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23.98 USD
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This book is about developing a Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) programme, where teacher partnership through joint responsibility improves the quality of teaching, strengthens teacher professionalism, and ultimately, enhances student learning. Peer assistance helps both new and veteran teachers improve and update their knowledge and skills by linking them with ...
Teacher Peer Assistance and Review: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Administrators
This book is about developing a Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) programme, where teacher partnership through joint responsibility improves the quality of teaching, strengthens teacher professionalism, and ultimately, enhances student learning. Peer assistance helps both new and veteran teachers improve and update their knowledge and skills by linking them with consulting teachers who provide support through observation, modeling, and sharing of information. Chapters 1 through 4 clearly define teacher peer assistance and review and why it is such a valuable tool for both teachers and administrators. The chapters guide us through the key concepts and major components of the programme, the good decision-making skills needed and asks many of the questions that must be answered in order to successfully implement this programme. Key players, their roles and responsibilities, methods, standards and criteria are also discussed at length. These concepts are skillfully drawn and will help all teachers and administrators from the most novice to the most senior raise the standards of their knowledge while improving the quality of learning for all students.Useful Web sites, sample forms, job descriptions, and applications, and an example of an educational policy trust agreement offer practical how-to help. Both administrators and teachers interested in understanding and incorporating a Peer Assistance and Review program will find this book an essential guide.
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21.01 USD
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'This material will be very valuable to principals and their superintendents who are trying to understand how to leverage their limited resources and enhance leadership competencies' - Charles Elbot, Director, Office of Character and School Culture, Denver Public Schools, CO 'This is an excellent book which plows new ground. It ...
Leadership Coaching for Educators: Bringing Out the Best in School Administrators
'This material will be very valuable to principals and their superintendents who are trying to understand how to leverage their limited resources and enhance leadership competencies' - Charles Elbot, Director, Office of Character and School Culture, Denver Public Schools, CO 'This is an excellent book which plows new ground. It includes a wonderful balance of theory and practice. It is clear, passionate, and tied to professional standards' - Michael Keany, Director, Long Island School Leadership Center 'The author offers real, practical examples of how we can tap this tremendous resource and unleash the talents of individuals in the organization. It is an easy read, poignant, and rich in resources' - Lorna Lewis, Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services, Three Village Central School District, East Setauket, NY Discover how effective leadership coaching can create lasting school change. In this innovative resource, educational coach Karla Reiss helps consultants, headteachers and teachers understand the fundamentals of effective leadership coaching programs that result in long-lasting educational change.Using a balance of theory and practice, Reiss offers 11 core competencies adopted by the rapidly growing coaching profession including setting a foundation, ethical guidelines, effective communication, and facilitating learning and results. Also included are strategies for overcoming resistance, conducting a coaching session, creating a coaching plan, and more. Aligned with the International Coach Federation's Professional Coaching Core Competencies, this exciting resource: / Explains the role and skills of coaching / Guides educators on designing and implementing an effective coaching program / Includes real examples and success stories / Provides sample coaching techniques and dialogue / Offers myriad graphic organizers, diagrams, checklists, and planners / Contains practical leadership tools and templates for staff developers Coaching, done well, offers enormous potential for creating real change. Use this guide for implementing a successful coaching program in your school and across your district, effecting educational lasting change.
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25.01 USD
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