November 20, 2007
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PRO 005.369 Fry
Frye, Curtis, 1968-.Microsoft Excel version 2002 step by step. Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, c2001.
PRO 005.7 Mic
Microsoft FrontPage version 2002 step by step. Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, c2001.
PRO 027.62 Spr
Sprague, Marsha M.Discovering their voices : engaging adolescent girls with young adult literature. Newark, DE : International Reading Association, c2007. From fifteen to speak: challenges facing the adolescent girl in U.S society -- How to use literature to explore adolescent girls' developmental issues -- Contemporary realistic fiction, contemporary issues -- Something old, something new: girls' issues in historical fiction -- Fantastic females: strong girls in fantasy and science fiction -- Discussing the books: the extracurricular girls' book club -- Using the books: in-class activities -- Epilogue: what we hope for our girls. The authors presents a language arts curriculum that incorporates literature-based discussions to help teen and pre-teen girls deal with specific issues and develop confidence.
PRO 152 McC HS
McCarney, Stephen B. The pre-referral intervention manual. Columbia, Mo. (P.O. Box 7570, Columbia 65205) : Hawthorne Educational Services, c1988.
PRO 152 McC HS
McCarney, Stephen B. The parent's guide to attention deficit disorders. Columbia, Mo. (P.O. Box 7570, Columbia 65205) : Hawthorne Educational Services, c1990.
PRO 152 McC HS
McCarney, Stephen B. The attention deficit disorders intervention manual. Columbia, Mo. (P.O. Box 7570, Columbia 65205) : Hawthorne Educational Services, c1989.
PRO 152 McC HS
McCarney, Stephen B. The attention deficit disorders evaluation scale : Home Version: Technical Manual. Columbia, Mo. (P.O. Box 7570, Columbia 65205) : Hawthorne Educational Services, c1989.
PRO 152 McC HS
McCarney, Stephen B. The attention deficit disorders evaluation scale : School Version: Technical Manual. Columbia, Mo. (P.O. Box 7570, Columbia 65205) : Hawthorne Educational Services, c1989.
PRO 153 Gar
Gardner, Howard. Intelligence reframed : multiple intelligences for the 21st century. New York : Basic Books, c1999. Reports on the theory of multiple intelligences, looking at how it has evolved and been revised since its introduction in 1983; introduces the possibility of three new intelligences; offers guidance on the educational uses of the theory; and responds to critics of the theory.
PRO 153 Gar
Gardner, Howard. Frames of mind : the theory of multiple intelligences. 10th anniversary ed. New York, NY : BasicBooks, c1993.
PRO 158 Kov
Kovalik, Susan. ITI, the model : integrated thematic instruction. 3rd ed. [United States] : Kent, WA : S. Kovalik & Associates ; Distributed by Books for Educators, c1994.
PRO 305.8 Ban HS
Banks, James A. Teaching strategies for ethnic studies. 6th ed. Boston : Allyn and Bacon, c1997. A guide to teaching ethnic studies that explains how teachers can conceptualize, design, and implement a curriculum that honors and reflects the experiences, hopes, and dreams of all Americans.
PRO 306.8 Cli
Cline, Foster. Parenting with love and logic : teaching children responsiblity. Colorado Springs, Colo. : Pi�on Press, c1990. Describes the love-and-logic philosophy of parenting, in which children are given responsibilities and allowed to succeed or fail, teaching them to deal with the consequences of their own choices.
PRO 306.8 Fay
Fay, Jim. Love and logic magic for early childhood : practical parenting from birth to six years. 1st ed. Golden, Colo. : Love and Logic Press, 2000.
PRO 370 Pay
Payne, Ruby K. A framework for understanding poverty. Rev. ed. Baytown, Tex. : RFT Pub., c1998. Definitions and resources -- Role of language and story -- Hidden rules among classes -- Characteristics of generational poverty -- Role models and emotional resources -- Support systems -- Discipline -- Instruction and improving achievement -- Creating relationships.
PRO 370 Sar
Sarason, Seymour Bernard, 1919-. The predictable failure of educational reform : can we change course before it's too late? 1st ed. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1990.
PRO 370.11 Som HS
Sommer, Carl, 1930-.Character under attack : & what you can do about it. 1st ed. Houston, TX : Advance Pub., c2005.
PRO 370.117 Ban HS
Banks, James A. Cultural diversity and education : foundations, curriculum, and teaching. 4th ed. Boston : Allyn and Bacon, c2001.
PRO 370.15 Gar
Gardner, Howard. Multiple intelligences : the theory in practice. New York, NY : Basic Books, c1993.
PRO 370.15 Nov HS
Novick, Bernard, 1933-. Building learning communities with character : how to integrate academic, social, and emotional learning. Alexandria, Va. : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2002. An overview of themes in social-emotional learning and character education -- Readiness : assess your school's potential for change -- Recognize feelings : know when to start problem solving -- Identify problems : look at the current situation -- Set goals : focus the change efforts -- Generate options : think of many things to do -- Envision outcomes : consider all the consequences -- Choose carefully : select a goal-oriented or goal-driven solution -- Plan prescriptively : anticipate all details and roadblocks -- Learn constantly : obtain feedback and modify accordingly -- Look to the future : cultivate participation and leadership to build and sustain a caring community of learners. Presents a nine-step model for teaching character, designed to integrate academic, social, and emotional learning; anticipate problems; and hold students to high standards.
PRO 370.15 San HS
Santrock, John W. Educational psychology. Classroom update, preparing for PRAXIS and practice, 2nd ed. Boston : McGraw-Hill, c2006.
PRO 370.15 Wil
Willis, Judy. Brain-friendly strategies for the inclusion classroom : insights from a neurologist and classroom teacher. Alexandria, VA. : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2007. Success for all students in inclusion classes --Looking into multiple intelligence brains --Teaching students with attention disorders --Enriching the inclusive learning environment --Review and test preparation strategies for diverse learners --What the future holds --Sample lesson plans for inclusion class activities.
PRO 370.19 Abb HS
Taking sides: clashing views on controversial issues in educational psychology. 3rd. Guilford, Connecticut : McGrawHill, c2004.
PRO 371.1 Mar HS
Marzano, Robert J. and others. What works in classroom instruction. Aurora, Colorado : Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, c2000.
PRO 371.10 Mar
Marzano, Robert J. The art and science of teaching : a comprehensive framework for effective instruction. Alexandria, VA. : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2007. What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress and celebrate success? -- What will I do to help students effectively interact with new knowledge? -- What will I do to help students generate and test hypotheses about new knowledge? -- What will I do to engage students? -- What will I do to establish or maintain classroom rules and procedures? -- What will I do to recognize and acknowledge adherence and lack of adherence to classroom rules and procedures? -- What will I do to establish and maintain effective relationships with students? -- What will I do to communicate high expectations for all students? -- What will I do to develop effective lessons organized into a cohesive unit?
PRO 371.102 Bea
The bully free classroom. CD Rom of customizable forms for The Bully Free Classroom.
PRO 371.102 Bea
Beane, Allan L., 1950-. The bully free classroom : over 100 tips and strategies for teachers K-8. Minneapolis, Minn. : Free Spirit, c1999. Presents a collection of tips, strategies, and activities designed to address and eliminate the problem of bullying in elementary and middle schools; and includes reproducible worksheets.
PRO 371.102 Boy
Boynton, Mark 1947-. The educator's guide to preventing and solving discipline problems. Alexandria, VA : Assoc. for Supervision & Curriculum Development, c2005.
PRO 371.102 Cla
Clark, Ron, 1971-. The essential 55 : an award-winning educator's rules for discovering the successful student in every child. 1st ed. New York : Hyperion, c2003. Ron Clark shares fifty-five ideas that can help educators uncover the potential in every student.
PRO 371.102 Tom HS
Tomlinson, Carol A. Integrating differentiated instruction & understanding by design : connecting content and kids. Alexandria, VA : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2006. UbD and DI : an essential partnership -- What really matters in teaching? (The students) -- What really matters in learning? (Content) -- What really matters in planning for student success? -- Considering evidence of learning in diverse classrooms -- Responsive teaching with UbD in academically diverse classrooms -- Teaching for understanding in academically diverse classrooms -- Grading and reporting achievement -- Bringing it all together : curriculum and instruction through the lens of UbD and DI -- Moving forward to integrate UbD and DI. Explains how the curriculum planning model Understanding by Design (UbD) and the teaching model Differentiated Instruction (DI) fit together and can be integrated for student success, discussing such topics as responsive teaching with UbD and assessment in academically diverse classrooms.
PRO 371.2 Jen
Jenkins, Lee. Improving student learning : applying Deming's quality principles in classrooms. 2nd ed. Milwaukee, Wis. : ASQ Quality Press, c2003.
PRO 371.3 Lim
Lim, Lida. How to assess student work. New Jersey : Prentice-Hall, c1997.
PRO 371.39 Bla
Black, Alison, 1950-.A comprehensive guide to readers theatre : enhancing fluency and comprehension in middle school and beyond. Newark, DE : International Reading Association, c2007. Presents a comprehensive guide to readers theatre that shows how to implement Readers Theatre in the classroom as well as meet current literacy standards.
PRO 371.39 Cia HS
Puzzle them first!: Motiviating adolescent readers with question-finding. International Reading Association, c2007.
PRO 371.5 Fay
Fay, Jim.Teaching with love & logic : taking control of the classroom. 1st ed. Golden, CO : Love and Logic Press, c1995.
PRO 371.91 Sha
Shaywitz, Sally E. Overcoming dyslexia : a new and complete science-based program for reading problems at any level. New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 2003. Provides information about dyslexia, looks at what scientific breakthroughs have revealed about the reading disorder, and presents a step-by-step program parents can follow to help their dyslexic children, or that older students and adults can use to develop reading skills.
PRO 372.4 Duf
Duffy, Gerland G. Explaining reading : a resource for teaching concepts, skills, and strategies. New York : Guilford Press, c2003. A practical resource that provides tips and strategies for teaching reading to students who have difficulties learning to read.
PRO 372.4 Fou HS
Fountas, Irene C.Guided reading : good first teaching for all children. Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c1996. Explains how to create a balanced literacy program for students in grades kindergarten through three based on guided reading and supported by a variety of approaches including shared reading, interactive writing, and reading aloud, and includes reproducible resources and a book list of over 2,500 titles.
PRO 372.48 Aff HS
Afflerbach, Peter.Understanding and using reading assessment, K-12. Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, 2007.
PRO 372.5 Jac HS
Jackson, Tom. Activities that teach. [Utah?] : Red Rock Pub., c1993.
PRO 372.5 Jac HS
Jackson, Tom. More activities that teach. [Cedar City, Utah?] : Red Rock Pub., c1995.
PRO 372.62 Oda HS
O'Day, Shannon, 1953-. Setting the stage for creative writing : plot scaffolds for beginning and intermediate writers. Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, 2006. Chapter 1. How plot scaffolds work -- Chapter 2. Plot scaffolds for beginning writers -- Chapter 3. Plot scaffolds for intermediate writers -- Chapter 4. Building on the plot scaffold strategy -- Conclusion -- Appendix A. Plot scaffold learning objectives and rubrics -- Appendix B. Plot scaffolds -- Appendix C. The guinea pig paper model -- Appendix D. Writing mentor program information -- Glossary.
PRO 372.62 Rog HS
Rog, Lori Jamison. Marvelous minilessons for teaching beginning writing, K-3. Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, c2006. Writing instruction in K-3 -- Topics and details: getting started with writing -- Substance and style: the writer's craft -- Conventions: the nuts and bolts of writing -- Revision: making good writing even better.
PRO 375 Jac
Getting results with curriculum mapping. Alexandria, Va. : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2004. Development of a prologue : setting the stage for curriculum mapping / Heidi Hayes Jacobs -- Use of curriculum mapping to build a learning community / Valerie Truesdale, Claire Thompson, and Michael Lucas -- Development of a consensus map : wrestling with curriculum consistency and flexibility / Heidi Hayes Jacobs -- Long-term journey that transformed a district / Ann Johnson and Jennie Johnson -- Curriculum mapping from an independent school's perspective / Stephen D. O'Neil -- Principal's role in the curriculum mapping process / Mary Ann Holt -- Curriculum mapping and software : creating an information system for a learning community / Bena Kallick and James Wilson -- Curriculum mapping in alternative education settings / Joseph Lachowicz -- Creation of benchmarks on the building map: bilevel analysis of assessment data / Heidi Hayes Jacobs -- Curriculum mapping as a hub : integrating new forms of data, decision-making structures, and staff development / Heidi Hayes Jacobs.
PRO 428.007 Alb HS
Albers, Peggy. Finding the artist within : creating and reading visual texts in the English language arts classroom. Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, 2007.
PRO 428.2 Hil HS
Hill, Jane D. and Flynn, Kathleen. Classroom instruction that works with English language learners. Alexandria, VA : ASCD, c2006.
PRO 428.4 Dan
Daniels, Harvey. Subjects matter: every teacher's guide to content-area reading. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, c2004. Presents a discussion of content-area reading, providing tools and structures teachers may use to get students interested in reading and to help them understand what they read by incorporating newspapers, magazines, Web sites, and non-fiction trade books across the curriculum.
PRO 428.4 Ira HS
What research has to say about fluency instruction. Newark, DE : International Reading Association, c2006. A brief history of reading fluency -- Toward a model of reading fluency -- Instruction and development of reading fluency in struggling readers -- Fluency: a developmental and language perspective -- Fluency: still waiting after all these years -- Building reading fluency: cognitive, behavioral, and socioemotional factors and the role of peer-mediated learning -- Reading fluency: critical issues for struggling readers -- Perspectives on fluency: English-language learners and students with dyslexia -- Curriculum-based measurement of oral reading: an indicator of growth in fluency -- Becoming fluent: repeated reading with scaffolded texts. A comprehensive research guide for classroom teachers on fluency that offers a range of expert perspectives on key aspects of fluency including history, definitions, instruction and development, and measurement and assessment.
PRO 567.9 Sch
Schatz, Dennis. Uncover T Rex : Take a three-dimensional look inside a T.rex! Bellevue, Washinton : Becker & Mayer, c2002.
PRO 623.89 Pet HS
Peters, Jack W. Complete idiot's guide to geocaching. Indianapolis : Alpha Books, c2004.
PRO 652.5 Mic
Microsoft Word version 2002 step by step. Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, c2001.
PRO 808 Wep
Beating the odds : getting published in the field of literacy. Newark, Del., USA : International Reading Association, c2006.