The First Six Weeks Of School
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📒The First Six Weeks Of School ✍ Responsive Classroom
✏The First Six Weeks of School Book Summary : Build the foundation for a productive year of learning. Written by teachers, for teachers, this comprehensive K-6 guidebook shows how to: Plan a great first day—set a positive tone right from the start.Ensure that every part of the day flows smoothly—arrival, recess, lunch, and dismissal times, as well as lessons.Teach positive discipline—invest children in the rules and build prosocial behavior skills that keep their learning going.Present engaging academics—spark motivation and lay the groundwork for high academic achievement.Foster community—start with a daily Morning Meeting and end with a closing circle. The First Six Weeks of School is packed with practical teaching tips and examples of effective teacher language, along with activities and interactive learning structures—all in a lively, easy-to-navigate format. This book is your essential guide to the early weeks of school!
📒The First Six Weeks Of School ✍ Mike Anderson
✏The First Six Weeks of School Book Summary : This second edition of a teacher favorite features a fresh, easy-to-use layout including color coding by grade level, more support for student engagement in academics, greater emphasis on the effective use of teacher language, and a dedicated chapter on the all-important first day of school.
📒The First Six Weeks Of School 1st Edition Out Of Print ✍ Paula Denton
✏The First Six Weeks of School 1st edition out of print Book Summary : A guidebook for K-6 teachers offers tips for structuring the first six weeks of school to provide a foundation for a productive year of learning.
📒The First Six Weeks Of School ✍ Paula Denton
✏The First Six Weeks of School Book Summary : A guidebook for K-6 teachers offers tips for structuring the first six weeks of school to provide a foundation for a productive year of learning.
📒Coaching And Mentoring First Year And Student Teachers ✍ India Podsen
✏Coaching and Mentoring First year and Student Teachers Book Summary : Features over 60 step-by-step procedures, checklists, and planning guides for supervisors, mentors, and all those engaged in in-service teacher training. NEW to this edition: updated coverage of standards, assessment, analyzing student work, cognitive coaching, and more.
📒Back To School For Parents ✍ Michael D. Buford, B.A., MEd.
✏Back to School for Parents Book Summary : What can I do as a parent to help my child receive the best education in the public school? What proven strategies are available for an ordinary parent to use to help his/her child have greater success in the classroom? Does my child have a better chance in receiving a quality education if I am involved in his day to day education? The answers to these three questions are crucial for parents today if their child is to have success in the classroom and receive a quality education! BACK TO SCHOOL FOR PARENTS addresses each of these questions providing the parent who has limited or advanced education a useful tool to help the school-aged child have greater success in the public school.
📒99 Activities And Greetings ✍ Melissa Correa-Connolly
✏99 Activities and Greetings Book Summary : From "Magic Number" to "UFO Experts", this fun collection of activities, chants, and greetings helps teachers build a positive climate for learning while giving students practice in reading, math, problem-solving, and more. Each activity includes: Suggested grade levelAcademic and social skills practicedMaterials neededConcise, easy-to-follow directions
📒Learning To Go To School In Japan ✍ Lois Peak
✏Learning to Go to School in Japan Book Summary : Japanese two-year-olds are indulged, dependent, and undisciplined toddlers, but by the age of six they have become obedient, self-reliant, and cooperative students. When Lois Peak traveled to Japan in search of the "magical childrearing technique" behind this transformation, she discovered that the answer lies not in the family but in the preschool, where teachers gently train their pupils in proper group behavior. Using case studies drawn from two contrasting schools, Peak documents the important early stages of socialization in Japanese culture. Contrary to popular perceptions, Japanese preschools are play-centered environments that pay little attention to academic preparation. It is here that Japanese children learn their first lessons in group life. The primary goal of these cheerful--even boisterous--settings is not to teach academic facts of learning-readiness skills but to inculcate behavior and attitudes appropriate to life in public social situations. Peak compares the behavior considered permissible at home with that required of children at preschool, and argues that the teacher is expected to be the primary agent in the child's transition. Step by step, she brings the socialization process to life, through a skillful combination of classroom observations, interviews with mothers and teachers, transcripts of classroom events, and quotations from Japanese professional literature.
📒How To Survive And Thrive In The First Three Weeks Of School ✍ Elaine K. McEwan
✏How to Survive and Thrive in the First Three Weeks of School Book Summary : Best-selling author Elaine McEwan demonstrates how teaching routines, rubrics, and rules during the first three weeks of school leads to higher achievement through the rest of the year!
📒Leaders Of Their Own Learning ✍ Ron Berger
✏Leaders of Their Own Learning Book Summary : From EL Education comes a proven approach to student assessment Leaders of Their Own Learning offers a new way of thinking about assessment based on the celebrated work of EL Education schools across the country. Student-Engaged Assessment is not a single practice but an approach to teaching and learning that equips and compels students to understand goals for their learning and growth, track their progress toward those goals, and take responsibility for reaching them. This requires a set of interrelated strategies and structures and a whole-school culture in which students are given the respect and responsibility to be meaningfully engaged in their own learning. Includes everything teachers and school leaders need to implement a successful Student-Engaged Assessment system in their schools Outlines the practices that will engage students in making academic progress, improve achievement, and involve families and communities in the life of the school Describes each of the book's eight key practices, gives advice on how to begin, and explains what teachers and school leaders need to put into practice in their own classrooms Ron Berger is Chief Program Officer for EL Education and a former public school teacher Leaders of Their Own Learning shows educators how to ignite the capacity of students to take responsibility for their own learning, meet Common Core and state standards, and reach higher levels of achievement. DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e-book file, but are available for download after purchase.