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School Shake Up by Jill Kalz

Title School Shake Up
Author Jill Kalz
Publisher Capstone
Release Date 2012-08
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781404877269
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Illustrated scenes related to elementary school invite readers to find a list of objects hidden within them"--Provided by publisher.

Shake Up Learning by Kasey Bell

Title Shake Up Learning
Author Kasey Bell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-03-05
Category Creative teaching
Total Pages 188
ISBN 1946444693
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Is the learning in your classroom static or dynamic? Shake Up Learning guides you through the process of creating dynamic learning opportunities-from purposeful planning and maximizing technology to fearless implementation.

Shake Up Call by Ron Nash

Title Shake Up Call
Author Ron Nash
Publisher R&L Education
Release Date 2012-10-05
Category Education
Total Pages 136
ISBN 9781475801446
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traditional, teacher-centered classrooms are not serving the needs of our students. Their futures will increasingly demand skill sets in the areas of communication, collaboration, and critical thinking; worksheets, videos, and lectures will not prepare them for the challenges they will face in an increasingly-global economy. Shake-Up Call: The Need to Transform K-12 Classroom Methodology calls on educators at every level to challenge the status quo and take risks on behalf of kids.

Doing School by Denise Clark Pope

Title Doing School
Author Denise Clark Pope
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2001
Category Education
Total Pages 212
ISBN 9780300130584
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book offers a revealing--and troubling--view of today's high school students and the ways they pursue high grades and success. Veteran teacher Denise Pope follows five highly regarded students through a school year and discovers that these young people believe getting ahead requires manipulating the system, scheming, lying, and cheating.

Title Enfield High School Faces a Major Shake Up
Author Brian Donaghy
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021
Category Enfield (S. Aust.)
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:1085563952
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The InterACTIVE Classroom
Author Joe Merrill
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-01-04
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1733481435
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Hyperdoc Handbook by Lisa Highfill

Title The HyperDoc Handbook
Author Lisa Highfill
Publisher Edtechteam Press
Release Date 2016-06-01
Category Education
Total Pages 126
ISBN 1945167009
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The HyperDoc Handbook is a practical reference guide for all K-12 educators looking to transform their teaching into blended learning environments. This book strikes a perfect balance between pedagogy and how-to tips, while also providing several lesson plans to get you going using HyperDocs.

Title Outcomes of the State Takeover of New Orleans Schools
Author Dr. Barbara Ferguson
Publisher Dorrance Publishing
Release Date 2018-04-09
Category Education
Total Pages 122
ISBN 9781480957640
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Outcomes of the State Takeover of New Orleans Schools By: Dr. Barbara Ferguson In 2005 the Louisiana education board took over 107 of New Orleans’s 120 schools due to performance scores below the state average. Most of the schools were converted to charter schools. Although this takeover was perceived by the public to be a great success, Dr. Barbara Ferguson, a product of the New Orleans public school system herself, looks at the inequalities that resulted from the takeover. While public schools were required to educate all at-risk youth, the charter schools were able to expel or remove many of them, denying opportunities to many young people. Dr. Ferguson provides recommendations for how to move forward by keeping what works and focusing on implementing policies based upon sound research on how students learn.

Title How to Stop Bullying in Classrooms and Schools
Author Phyllis Kaufman Goodstein
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-02-15
Category Education
Total Pages 264
ISBN 9781136224829
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The premise of this guidebook for teacher educators, school professionals, and in-service and pre-service teachers is that bullying occurs because of breakdowns in relationships. The focus of the 10-point empirically researched anti-bullying program it presents is based on building and repairing relationships. Explaining how to use social architecture to erase bullying from classrooms, this book translates research into easily understandable language provides a step-by-step plan and the tools (classroom exercises, activities, practical strategies) to insure success in building classrooms where acceptance, inclusion, and respect reign examines the teacher’s role, classroom management, bystander intervention, friendship, peer support, empathy, incompatible activities, stopping incidents, and adult support from a relationship perspective If every teacher in every classroom learned to apply this book’s principles and suggestions, bullying would no longer plague our schools and educators could give 100 percent of their attention to academics.

Title Reading Picture Books with Children
Author Megan Dowd Lambert
Publisher Charlesbridge Publishing
Release Date 2015-11-03
Category Education
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781607345633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A new, interactive approach to storytime, The Whole Book Approach was developed in conjunction with the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art and expert author Megan Dowd Lambert's graduate work in children's literature at Simmons College, offering a practical guide for reshaping storytime and getting kids to think with their eyes. Traditional storytime often offers a passive experience for kids, but the Whole Book approach asks the youngest of readers to ponder all aspects of a picture book and to use their critical thinking skills. Using classic examples, Megan asks kids to think about why the trim size of Ludwig Bemelman's Madeline is so generous, or why the typeset in David Wiesner's Caldecott winner,The Three Pigs, appears to twist around the page, or why books like Chris Van Allsburg's The Polar Express and Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar are printed landscape instead of portrait. The dynamic discussions that result from this shared reading style range from the profound to the hilarious and will inspire adults to make children's responses to text, art, and design an essential part of storytime.

Title Unraveling Reform Rhetoric
Author Jeff Swensson
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2019-05-24
Category Education
Total Pages 150
ISBN 9781475850772
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The scope of this book embraces a dynamic discussion of the value of traditional public education in the US compared with the free market of schooling expressed by privatization/choice education. The theme of this discussion is that without research-based information about free market schooling traditional public educators are out on a limb. Identifying where traditional public education is and how it got there establishes how to think as the primary purpose of traditional public education.

Our School by Joanne Jacobs

Title Our School
Author Joanne Jacobs
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2015-04-07
Category Education
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781466893375
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Honest, engaging, and inspiring, Our School tells the story of Downtown College Prep, a public charter high school in San Jose that recruits underachieving students and promises to prepare them for four-year colleges and universities. The average student enters ninth grade with fifth-grade reading and math skills. Many have slid through school without doing homework. Some barely speak English. Tracking the innovative and pioneering program, award-winning journalist Joanne Jacobs follows the young principal who tries to shake the hand of every student each day, the dedicated teachers who inspire teens to break free from their histories of failure, and the immigrant parents who fight to protect their children from gangs. Capturing our hearts are the students who overcome tremendous odds: Roberto, who struggles to learn English; Larissa, a young mother; Pedro, who signals every mood change with a different hair cut; Selena, who's determined to use college as her escape from drudgery; the girls of the very short, never-say-die basketball team; and the Tech Challenge competitors. Some will give up on their dreams. Those who stick with the school will go on to college. This gritty yet hopeful book provides a new understanding of what makes a school work and how desire, pride, and community--ganas, orgullo, and communidad--can put students on track for success in life.

A School Chemistry by John Waddell

Title A School Chemistry
Author John Waddell
Publisher New York ; London : Macmillan
Release Date 1900
Category Chemistry
Total Pages 278
ISBN STANFORD:36105049293967
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New Zealand Shake Up by Stacy Towle Morgan

Title New Zealand Shake Up
Author Stacy Towle Morgan
Publisher Bethany House Pub
Release Date 1997
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 80
ISBN 1556616058
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Hope and her family visit a sheep farm in New Zealand, they witness the birth of baby lambs, experience an earthquake, and meet a Maori shepherd who is a fellow Christian.

Big City School Reforms by Michael Fullan

Title Big City School Reforms
Author Michael Fullan
Publisher Teachers College Press
Release Date 2014
Category Education
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780807755181
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Big cities have mostly failed in their efforts to reform public schools. This book shows why, and offers a framework for achieving future success. Fullan and Boyle, internationally renowned thinkers on school change, demonstrate that while the educational challenges of big cities can be overwhelming, they are not insurmountable. They identify six essential "push" and "pull" actions that can enable big school systems to improve student achievement. Leaders need to push to challenge the staus quo, convey a high sense of urgency, and have the courage needed to intervene. But they need to also pull together to create a commonly owned strategy, develop a profesisonal power of capital, and attend to sustainability. Examining three major cities, New York, Toronto, and London, through the decade of 2002 - 2012. this book weaves case studies with careful analysis and recommendations to hone in on which policies and strategies generate quality implementation that in turn raise the bar for all students and reduce the gap for the disadvantaged. Big-City School Reforms offers invaluable advice to those leading the next phase of school reform in cities around the world.

A Parents Guide To Primary School by Elizabeth Grahamslaw

Title A Parents Guide To Primary School
Author Elizabeth Grahamslaw
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2011-05-31
Category Education
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780753547380
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Education is an obsession for parents and children alike and parents will worry about anything to do with their children's schooling, from which school to choose and when their child should start to what they need to learn and how they'll cope in the playground. Schools are crying out for parents to become more involved in their children's education. A Parents' Guide to Primary School contains indispensable advice on: - Pre-school and choosing the right primary school - Getting ready for school and the first day - The curriculum, SATs, homework and the importance of parents' involvement in their children's learning - Discipline and bullying - Governors and the PTA - how to get involved - Parents' evenings and reports - Extracurricular activities - Special needs - Moving on - preparing for secondary school

Title The Case against Education
Author Bryan Caplan
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2019-08-20
Category Education
Total Pages 424
ISBN 9780691201436
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why we need to stop wasting public funds on education Despite being immensely popular—and immensely lucrative—education is grossly overrated. Now with a new afterword by Bryan Caplan, this explosive book argues that the primary function of education is not to enhance students' skills but to signal the qualities of a good employee. Learn why students hunt for easy As only to forget most of what they learn after the final exam, why decades of growing access to education have not resulted in better jobs for average workers, how employers reward workers for costly schooling they rarely ever use, and why cutting education spending is the best remedy. Romantic notions about education being "good for the soul" must yield to careful research and common sense—The Case against Education points the way.

Creatively Productive by Lisa Johnson

Title Creatively Productive
Author Lisa Johnson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-12-10
Category
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1949595080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Keeping track of time, data, and ideas, not to mention assignments, can sometimes seem impossible. Just imagine how much your students may be struggling to keep up with life's daily demands. Lisa Johnson gives you tools and strategies that will help you equip your students with skills and resources they need to succeed in school-and in life.

Title Halloween Hide and Seek
Author Jill Kalz
Publisher Capstone
Release Date 2012-07-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781404874954
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Illustrated scenes related to Halloween and monsters invite readers to find a list of objects hidden within them"--Provided by publisher.

Starting Up by Lisa Arrastia

Title Starting Up
Author Lisa Arrastia
Publisher Teachers College Press
Release Date 2015-04-24
Category Education
Total Pages 193
ISBN 9780807771464
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Starting Up is a collection of first-person accounts by some of the best-known founders of new schools in America. Providing the kind of knowledge that only experience can teach, it is an invaluable resource for anyone in the process of or thinking about opening a new school, as well as those interested in the politics of today’s era of new school development. The authors share how they worked to make their educational aspirations a reality while wrestling with social and economic obstacles, such as the distressed state of the communities in which these schools operated and the constant competition for resources. Starting Up tells real stories that capture the rich sense of possibility that currently exists for urban education. Book Features: Behind the scenes accounts from the founders of innovative K–12 schools created to better serve primarily poor communities across the country. Lessons learned from school leaders, including both the rewards and challenges associated with starting a new school. An introduction by Pedro Noguera that situates start ups within current economic and political realities. Lisa Arrastía is the middle school principal at United Nations International School in New York. Her work in the classroom is the focus of the Emmy-nominated PBS documentary Making the Grade. Marvin Hoffman is the founding director of The University of Chicago Charter School, North Kenwood/Oakland campus and the associate director of the University’s Urban Teacher Education Program. “These are educators who recognize that although urban public schools are often deeply flawed and dysfunctional, they don’t have to be, and they are educators who act on the belief that it is possible to create schools that nurture and support the hopes and aspirations of those they serve.” —From the Foreword by Pedro Noguera, New York University “How might we reimagine our schools? This book offers a guide from those who have experienced firsthand the trials and tribulations of trying to create a school from the bottom up. It asks all the right questions, both the practical and the pedagogical. It feels like essential reading as we reconsider how our urban schools should look and function.” —Alex Kotlowitz, bestselling author of There Are No Children Here and The Other Side of the River