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Enlisting Teachers in the Mission to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline
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The Essential Benefits of Play
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Easy Ways to Add More Research
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Why “Books Are Good for You” is Bad for Us
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  • 13 Steps to Teacher Empowerment by Steven Zemelman and Harry Ross
  • Accessible Mathematics by Steven Leinwand
  • Adolescent Literacy and Differentiated Instruction by Barbara King-Shaver
  • Already Ready by Katie Wood Ray and Matt Glover
  • Background Knowledge by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey
  • Best Practice, Fourth Edition, by Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Arthur Hyde
  • Book Love by Penny Kittle
  • Bullying Hurts by Lester Laminack
  • Chantal Francois by Chantal Francois
  • Classroom Confidential by Laurel Schmidt
  • Classroom Reading Assessments by Frank Serafini
  • A Classroom Teacher’s Guide to Struggling Writers by Curt Dudley-Marling
  • Clock Watchers by Stevi Quate and John McDermott
  • Common Core, Unit by Unit by Cheryl Dobbertin
  • Comprehending Math by Arthur Hyde
  • Comprehension & Collaboration by Stephanie Harvey and Harvey "Smokey" Daniels
  • Crafting Digital Writing by Troy Hicks
  • Comprehension Connections by Tanny McGregor
  • Comprehension and English Language Learners by Michael Opitz and Lindsey Moses
  • Comprehension Going Forward edited by Harvey "Smokey" Daniels
  • The Digital Writing Workshop by Troy Hicks
  • Engaging Young Writers by Matt Glover
  • English Language Learners Day by Day by Christina Celic
  • English Learners, Academic Literacy, and Thinking by Pauline Gibbons
  • The Essential Don Murray edited by Tom Newkirk and Lisa Miller
  • Finding Joy in Teaching Students of Diverse Backgrounds edited by Sonia Neito
  • First Grade Readers by Stephanie Parsons
  • First Grade Writers by Stephanie Parsons
  • The Forest AND the Trees by Emily Kissner
  • Good to Great Teaching by Mary Howard
  • Hidden Gems by Katherine Bomer
  • Holding On to Good Ideas In a Time of Bad Ones by Tom Newkirk
  • Into Writing by Megan Sloan
  • Lessons from a Writer’s Life by Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • The Literacy Teacher’s Playbook, Grades K-2 by Jennifer Serravallo
  • The Literacy Teacher’s Playbook, Grades 3-6 by Jennifer Serravallo
  • Math Misconceptions, PreK-Grade 5 by Honi Bamberger
  • Mathematics and Science for a Change by Iris R. Weiss
  • The Missing Link by Lee Meadows
  • Misreading Masculinity by Tom Newkirk
  • The Next-Step Guide to Enhancing Writing Instruction by Bonnie Campbell-Hill and Carrie Ekey
  • The Next-Step Guide to Enriching Classroom Environments by Bonnie Campbell-Hill and Carrie Ekey
  • No More Independent Reading Without Support (part of the Not This But That series) by Debbie Miller and Barbara Moss
  • No More Summer Reading Loss (part of the Not This But That series) by Carrie Cahill, Kathy Horvath, Anne McGill-Franzen, and Richard Allington
  • No More Taking Away Recess (part of the Not This But That series) by Gianna Cassetta and Brook Sawyer
  • The Online Writing Conference by Beth Hewit
  • Plagiarism: A How-Not-to Guide by Barry Gilmore
  • Playing With Poems by Zoe Ryder White
  • Practical Punctuation by Danel Feigelson
  • Projecting Possibilities for Writers by Matt Glover
  • Questions, Claims, and Evidence by Lori Norton-Meier
  • Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose by Nell K. Duke, Samantha Caughlan, Mary Juzwik, and Nicole Martin
  • Reading Ladders by Teri Lesesne
  • The RTI Daily Planning Book by Gretchen Owocki
  • Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Learning by Pauline Gibbons
  • A School Leader's Guide to Excellence by Carmen Farina and Laura Kotch
  • Science as Thinking Wendy Ward Hoffer
  • Second Grade Writers by Stephanie Parsons
  • Small Group Writing Conferences by Holly Slaughter
  • Subjects Matter by Steven Zemelman and Harvey "Smokey" Daniels
  • Teaching English by Design by Peter Smagorinsky
  • Teaching Reading in Small Groups by Jennifer Serravallo
  • Teaching Writing in a Title I School, K-3 by Nancy Akhavan
  • That Workshop Book by Samantha Bennett
  • Tools & Traits for Highly Effective Science Teaching by Jo Anne Vasquez
  • Thrive by Meenoo Rami
  • What's the Big Idea? by Jim Burke
  • Whole-Class Teaching by Janet Angelillo
  • With Rigor for All, Second Edition by Carol Jago
  • Write Beside Them , Second Edition by Penny Kittle
  • Writing Between Languages , Second Edition by Danling Fu
  • Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone , Second Edition by Cathy Fleischer and Sarah Andrew-Vaughan
  • Writing: Teachers and Children at Work by Don Graves
  • Writing Workshop: The Essential Guide by Ralph Fletcher and JoAnne Portalupi
  • Writing Circles by Jim Vopat
  • The 12 Signs of an Educated Person by John Taylor Gatto
  • The Art of Conversation by Amy Myers
  • Bringing Outside Literacies In by Deborah Kelt
  • Beyond Choice: Why Our Public Schools Must Come First by P.L. Thomas
  • Building the Movement Against High-Stakes Testing by Monty Neill and Lisa Guisbond
  • Cautions on the Common Core by Carol Burris
  • The Children in Front of Us by Jennifer Serravallo
  • Components of Effective Competency Education by Brian Stack
  • Connecting Point-and-Click Kids to the Power of Novels by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst
  • Considering the Crossroads by Gretchen Owocki
  • Deeper Learning for Student Success by Bernie Trilling
  • Disrupting, Not Improving, Public Education by Wendy Lecker
  • Drawing Lessons: A Pathway to Multiple Skills by Mona Brookes
  • Easy Ways to Add More Research by Jennifer Brittin
  • Educator as a Design Thinker by Jackie Gerstein
  • Embracing the "Process" in the Writing Process by Liz Birnam
  • Enlisting Teachers in the Mission to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline by Christine Clark
  • The Essential Benefits of Play by Peter Gray
  • The Fierce Urgency of Now by Carlos Moreno
  • Fighting: When Self-Assertion Becomes Aggression by Gianna Cassetta
  • First Your Mouth, Then Your Hands: The Power of Write-Alouds by Leah Mermelstein
  • Fit Lit: Using Text Sets to Promote Physical Fitness by Michael Opitz
  • Graphic Novels in the Classroom by Gene Yang
  • How Do We Get Kids to Savor the Struggle? video article by Ellin Oliver Keene
  • How Do We Teach Adolescents to Think About Their Thinking? series by Colin Weaver
    • Making Reflection a Habit
    • Argument as a Tool for Understanding
  • I Teach Connection by Kate Gardoqui
  • Informal Writing series by Liz Birnam
    • Embracing the “Process” in the Writing Process
    • Broadening K-1 Expectations Through Informal Writing
  • Inquiry and Action by Renee Hobbs and David Cooper Moore
  • Introverted Students by Darla Salay
  • Leading Online: Plan for Today, Plan for Obsolescence by Stephen Valentine
  • Leaving Space in Language Instruction for Messy Thinking by Jane Bean-Folkes
  • Let’s Celebrate Teachers Before We Evaluate Them by Regie Routman
  • Making Evaluation Work for You series by Rachael Gabriel
    • Goals that Support Effective Literacy Instruction
    • Be Sure Evaluators Know What to Look For
    • Choosing Assessments of Student Learning that Matter and Match
  • Making Space: A New Workshop Model by William Kist
  • The Mathematics of Hope by Jo Boaler
  • Mind Mapping Introduction and Principles by Daniel Weinstein
  • Money Matters, but Teachers can Help by Catherine Compton-Lilly
  • Naming and Teaching Grit by Lia Izenberg
  • Narrative Humility in Education by Sayantani DasGupta
  • Note to Teacher from Socrates: “Know Thyself” by Elyse Scott
  • Paying Attention by Thomas Newkirk
  • A Practical Guide to Developing Persistence by Kristine Mraz and Christine Hertz
  • Preparing for Talk by Valerie Geschwind
  • Preschools of Thought (infographic) by Rasmussen College
  • The Principal's Notebook series by George Shea
  • Readers Differ – So Do Teachers of Readers by Katie Solic
  • Readers Who Keep Us Up at Night by Gravity Goldberg
  • Reading Is Not Optional by Maureen Nosal
  • Responding to Student Writing 10-part video series by Katherine Bomer
  • Rethinking a School District's Literacy Approach by Jennifer Phillips
  • The Roots of Academic Achievement by David Berliner
  • Rules for Engagement by Sam Reed
  • A Student Talks to Teachers by Adora Svitak
  • Speaking Back to the Common Core by Thomas Newkirk
  • Steal This Book by Geraldine DeLuca
  • Summer Reading Practices That Reach All Students by Darla Salay
  • Talking Back to Fixed Pedagogies series by P.L. Thomas
    • Beyond Choice: Why Our Public Schools Must Come First
    • Caution: How the “Grit” Narrative Reinforces Social Injustice
    • What Do College Professors Want from High School Graduates?
    • An Invitation to Greater Teacher Agency
  • Talking with English Language Learners About Their Writing by Tasha Tropp Laman
  • Teachers and Parents as Public School Activists: Opting Out by Ilana Spiegel
  • To Raise Achievement, Let's Celebrate Teachers Before We Evaluate Them by Regie Routman
  • Tools for Supporting Emerging Language Learners by Kathryn Cazes
  • Transforming Schools by Chris Colgren
  • Tuning In to the Thinking of Our Student Readers by Katie Solic
  • The Unfinished War on Poverty by Michael Reisch
  • What Do We Do About the Zombies? by David Hunter
  • What We Know About Reading Comprehension by Dorsey Hammond and Denise Nessel
  • What's Missing from the CCSS: Citizenship by Wendy Lecker
  • When Students Push Our Buttons by Bonnie Harris
  • Who is the Alien by Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • Why “Books Are Good for You” is Bad for Us by Ethan Gilsdorf
  • Writing With Your Students: A Joyful Happening by Anne Whitney
  • Won't Read Much If I Don't Have Any Books by Richard Allington