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Teaching Reading in Small Groups Accessible Mathematics Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose
Best Practice Accessible Mathematics First Grade Readers
Featured Reference Library Articles

Money Matters, but Teachers Can Help
by Catherine Compton-Lilly
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Deeper Learning for Student Success
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How We Get Better series
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Speaking Back to the Common Core
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Full list of currently available resources in the Reference Library

  • 13 Steps to Teacher Empowerment by Steven Zemelman and Harry Ross
  • Accessible Mathematics by Steven Leinwand
  • 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
  • Classroom Confidential by Laurel Schmidt
  • Classroom Reading Assessments by Frank Serafini
  • Clock Watchers by Stevi Quate and John McDermott
  • Comprehending Math by Arthur Hyde
  • Comprehension & Collaboration by Stephanie Harvey and Harvey "Smokey" Daniels
  • 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
  • First Grade Readers by Stephanie Parsons
  • First Grade Writers by Stephanie Parsons
  • The Forest AND the Trees by Emily Kissner
  • Holding On to Good Ideas In a Time of Bad Ones by Tom Newkirk
  • Into Writing by Megan Sloan
  • 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
  • The Online Writing Conference by Beth Hewit
  • Plagiarism: A How-Not-to Guide by Barry Gilmore
  • Playing With Poems by Zoe Ryder White
  • 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
  • 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
  • That Workshop Book by Samantha Bennett
  • Tools & Traits for Highly Effective Science Teaching by Jo Anne Vasquez
  • What's the Big Idea? by Jim Burke
  • With Rigor for All, Second Edition by Carol Jago
  • 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
  • Cautions on the Common Core by Carol Burris
  • The Children in Front of Us by Jennifer Serravallo
  • 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
  • Fit Lit: Using Text Sets to Promote Physical Fitness by Michael Opitz
  • Money Matters, but Teachers can Help by Catherine Compton-Lilly
  • Paying Attention by Thomas Newkirk
  • A Practical Guide to Developing Persistence by Kristine Mraz and Christine Hertz
  • The Principal's Notebook series by George Shea
  • Readers Who Keep Us Up at Night by Gravity Goldberg
  • Reading Is Not Optional by Maureen Nosal
  • Rethinking a School District's Literacy Approach by Jennifer Phillips
  • Speaking Back to the Common Core by Thomas Newkirk
  • 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
  • What We Know About Reading Comprehension by Dorsey Hammond and Denise Nessel
  • What's Missing from the CCSS: Citizenship by Wendy Lecker
  • Who is the Alien by Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • Won't Read Much If I Don't Have Any Books by Richard Allington