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Assessment & Grading (back to Reading Legend)

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Differentiated Grading Why Fair Isn’t Always Equal Rick Wormeli Seminar on CD Crystal Springs Books (2007)

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Behavior Support (back to Reading Legend)

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Collaboration  (back to Reading Legend)

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Working Together – The Art of Consulting and Communicating Anita DeBoer This resource explores how educators can effectively engage in peer problem solving. The book focuses on three aspects of the process: 1) models for consulting with colleagues in problem solving 2) communication skills necessary for consulting and 3) how to collaborate with colleagues with differing interpersonal styles. Sopris West (1995) 1-57035-041-8
Working Together – Tools for Collaborative Teaching Anita DeBoer & Susan Fister This book contains a variety of tools designed to assist teachers who are workign as part of a collaborative team. Sopris West (1995) 1570350469

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Inclusion  (back to Reading Legend)

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Instructional Strategies (back to Reading Legend)

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Differentiating Instruction in Kindergarten Cindy Middendorf This book contains practical strategies for differentiating instruction for kidergarten students. The author provides tips, strategies, model lessons and student samples. Scholastic, Inc. (2008) 0-439-87029-1
Differentiating the High School Classroom Kathie Nunley This book provides authentic, teacher designed solutions to debunk the most common obstacles for why teachers cannot differentiate at the secondary level. Corwin Press (2006) 978-1-4129-1716-2
How The Special Needs Brain Learns Second Edition David A. Sousa Researcher in genetics have found new links to physical, psychological, and learning disroders. The chapters in this second edition have undergone major revisions to include these developments and the findings of new studies which will provide educators andfamilies with some of the strategies they need to help thier students and children lead happy and successful lives. Corwin Press (2007) 1-4129-4987-4
Productive Group Work Nancy Frey, Doug Fisher, Sandi Everlove Strategies to engage students, build teamwork, and promote understanding in the classroom. Good for all grade levels. Gradual release of responsibility for learning through group work is a goal for most teachers. Achieving this goal effectively requires planning, preparation and monitoring.This book describes why we do it and how to do it effectively. ASCD (2009) 978-1-4166-0883-7
The Daily 5 Fostering Literacy Independence in Elementary Grades Boushey and Moser This book discusses a reading instructional management system to help student develop the daily habits of reading, writing and working with peers to develop lifetime literacy skills. Stenhouse (2006) 1 57110 429 1
Art and Science of Teaching, The Robert J. Marzano The author presents a model for ensuring quality teaching that balances the need for researched based practices with the need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of individual students. ASCD (2007) 978-1-4166-0571-3
Differentiating the High School Classroom Kathie Nunley This book provides authentic, teacher designed solutions to debunk the most common obstacles for why teachers cannot differentiate at the secondary level. Corwin Press (2006) 978-1-4129-1716-2
Activating the DESIRE to Learn Bob Sullo Through a variety of scenarios, this book discussess theory and research on understanding internal motivation. ASCD (2007) 978-1-4166-0423-5
Cooperative Learning and Strategies for Inclusion, 2nd ed. JoAnne W. Putnam, Editor Compilation of practical information needed to use cooperative learning frameworks to promote successful inclusion of student with disabilities in general educaiton settings. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. (2001) 1-55766-346-7
Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom Diane Heacox, Ed.D A practical handbook that includes a menu of strategies any teacher can use to reach and teach all learners. Free Spirit Publishing (2002) 1-57542-105-4
Differentiating Textbooks: Strategies to Improve Student Comprehension & Motivation Char Forsten & Jim Grant This easy-to-use resource provides over 80 step-by-step strategies for teachers to use with their textbooks to help build comprehension while also keeping students` interest high. Crystal Springs Books (2003) 1-884548-48-2
Differentiation in Practice: A Resource Guide for Differentiating Curriculum, Grades 6-8 Carol Ann Tomlinson This resource provides nine sample high school units that apply a systematic approach to planning curriculum and instruction for academically diverse learners. The annotated lesson plans and homework handouts engage students in the study of historical fiction, Macbeth, the Civil War, vectors, quadratic equations, and watersheds. ASCD (2005) 978-1-4166-0050-3
Differentiation in Practice: A Resource Guide for Differentiating Curriculum, Grades 9-12 Carol Ann Tomlinson This resource provides nine sample high school units that apply a systematic approach to planning curriculum and instruction for academically diverse learners. ASCD (2005) ISBN-13: 9781416600503
Differentiation in Practice: A Resource Guide for Differentiating Curriculum, Grades K-5 Carol Ann Tomlinson This resource provides annotated samples of units of study K-5 and will teach anyone interested in designing and implementing differentiated curriculum how to do so or how to do so more effectively. ASCD (2003) 978-0-8712-0760-9
Inclusion: A Service Not a Place  – A Whole School Approach Alan Gartner & Dorothy Lipsky This book focuses on a whole school approach that positions students as the centerpiece of educational decision-making, and reinforces both the need for and the way to ensuring all students have full access to the entire general education curriculum. DUDE Publishing  (2002) 1-887943-54-4
Leadership for Differentiating Schools and Classrooms Carol Ann Tomlinson & Susan Allan Helps administrators to know what to look for in the differentiated classroom. Also helps them to set up for appropriate differentiation in their school. ASCD (2000) 871205025
Personal Planner and Training Guide for the ParaEducator, The Wendy Dover This guide provides information and instructional strategies to help paraprofessionals support the students with whom they work. The Master Teacher (2002) 1589921275
Teacher’s Tool Box for Differentiated Instruction, The Linda Tilton This book provides a wealth of strategies, tips, tools,  and techniques to help teachers differentiate instruction.  In addition, the author provides information about co-teaching and practices that support inclusion. Covington Cove (2003) 0-9953529-7-8
Activities for the Differentiated Classroom (Language Arts) Gayle Gregory & Carolyn Chapman Activities and reproducible products that align with middle school content area curriculum Corwin Press (2008) 978-1-4129-5343-6
Activities for the Differentiated Classroom (Math) Gayle Gregory & Carolyn Chapman Activities and reproducible products that align with middle school content area curriculum Corwin Press (2008) 978-1-4129-5342-9
Activities for the Differentiated Classroom (Science) Gayle Gregory & Carolyn Chapman Activities and reproducible products that align with middle school content area curriculum Corwin Press (2008) 978-1-4129-5344-3
Classroom Instruction that Works Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock This book outlines nine teaching strategies that research has shown to have a positive effect on student learning and outcomes. ASCD (2001) 0-87120-504-1
Creating Robust Vocabulary Isabel Beck, Margaret McKeown, Linda Kucan Extension of ‘Bringing Words to Life’, the authors provide an incredible menu of instructional activities to deepen word knowledge Guilford Press (2008) 978-1-59385-753-0
Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades 7-12 Gayle H. Gregory and Lin Kuzmich This book contains practical strategies for differentiating instruction when students are asked to read their textbooks or nonfiction text. Corwin Press (2005) 0-7619-8883-1
Leadership for Differentiating Schools and Classrooms Carol Ann Tomlinson & Susan Allan Helps administrators to know what to look for in the differentiated classroom. Also helps them to set up for appropriate differentiation in their school. ASCD (2000) 871205025
What Successful Math Teachers Do, Grades 6-12 Alfred Posamentier, Daniel Jaye Research-based strategies for teaching national math standards. Corwin Press 1-4129-1619-4
Whatever It Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don’t Learn DuFour, Rebecca; Gayle Karhanek,Eaker, Robert DuFour; Richard DuFour This book focuses primarily on providing time, support, and strategies to assist students. Whatever It Takes: How PLCs Respond When Kids Don’t Learn examines the question, “What happens when, despite our best efforts in the classroom, a student does not learn?” Solution-Tree (2004) ISBN-13: 9781932127287

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Family (back to Reading Legend)

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Administrators (back to Reading Legend)

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