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  • Positive Relations @ School (&Elsewhere)Positive Relations @ School (&Elsewhere)

    Nancy Willard, M.S.,J.D.

    Positive Relations @ School (& Elsewhere) provides insight into the legal parameters related to bullying and presents a 21st Century approach to address this age-old problem. The recommended approach is grounded in insight from recent litigation, U.S. Department of Education guidance, current research, and professional guidance. The recommended approach includes: Dedicated staffing & coordinated planning. Local measurement & a focus on effectiveness. Review of policies & practices. Focus on positive school climate, positive management of student behavior, and students' social, emotional, and cultural competencies. Student involvement in leadership roles. Specific attention to typically targeted students. Restorative interventions that effectively address students' challenges.

  • The will of the empressThe will of the empress

    Pierce, Tamora. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/name

    On visit to Namorn to visit her vast landholdings and her devious cousin, Empress Berenene, eighteen-year-old Sandry must rely on her childhood friends and fellow mages, Daja, Tris, and Briar, despite the distance that has grown between them.

  • Transforming school climate and learningTransforming school climate and learning : beyond bullying and compliance

    Preble, William, 1953-

    Preble (education, New England College) and Gordon, who has been a teacher, school director, and education professor, detail a program for school leaders to use to transform a school climate to improve the quality of teaching and learning. They move beyond the problem of bullying and complying with school demands to addressing an overall relationship of students to school and learning, as they describe the research evidence for climate in supporting the social and emotional well-being of students and achieving strong academic results. They challenge the idea that safer schools are places with more rules and argue that interaction between positive climate, student engagement, respectful caring relationships, empowerment, and learning is needed for high achievement. Their program focuses on a leadership model that includes students and teachers collaborating to collect and analyze school data and a process of five stages: empowering students and teachers, data collection, analysis and goal setting, action planning and project development, and sustaining change and continuous improvement. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

  • CONTEXT: 2019CONTEXT: 2019 : A Literary Journal

  • The great earthquake and firestorms of 1906The great earthquake and firestorms of 1906 : how San Francisco nearly destroyed itself

    Fradkin, Philip L.

  • The great NijinskyThe great Nijinsky : god of dance

    Curlee, Lynn, author, illustrator.

    Presents the life and career of the legendary Russian dancer and choreographer, describing his famous roles, his relationship with Sergei Diaghilev, director of the Ballets Russes, and his descent into mental illness in later life.

  • Social media wellnessSocial media wellness : helping tweens and teens thrive in an unbalanced digital world

    Homayoun, Ana, author.

    Todays students face a challenging paradox: the digital tools they need to complete their work are often the source of their biggest distractions. Students can quickly become overwhelmed trying to manage the daily confluence of online interactions with schoolwork, extracurricular activities, and family life. Written by noted author and educator Ana Homayoun, Social Media Wellness is the first book to successfully decode the new language of social media for parents and educators and provide pragmatic solutions to help students: Manage distractions, focus and prioritize, improve time-management, become more organized and bookst productivity, and decrease stress and build empathy. With fresh insights and a solutions-oriented perspective, this crucial guide will help parents, educators and students work together to promote healthy socialization, effective self-regulation, and overall safety and wellness -- Amazon.

  • BystanderBystander

    Preller, James.

    Thirteen-year-old Eric discovers there are consequences to not standing by and watching as the bully at his new school hurts people, but although school officials are aware of the problem, Eric may be the one with a solution.

  • Hot combHot comb

    Flowers, Ebony, author, illustrator.

    "Hot Comb offers a poignant glimpse into Black women's lives and coming of age stories as seen across a crowded, ammonia-scented hair salon while ladies gossip and bond over the burn. The titular story "Hot Comb" is about a young girl's first perm--a doomed ploy to look cool and to stop seeming "too white" in the all-black neighborhood her family has just moved to. In "Virgin Hair" taunts of "tender-headed" sting as much as the perm itself. It's a scenario that repeats fifteen years later as an adult when, tired of the maintenance, Flowers shaves her head only to be hurled new put-downs. Realizations about race, class, and the imperfections of identity swirl through Flowers' stories and ads, which are by turns sweet, insightful, and heartbreaking."--

  • ShoutShout : a poetry memoir

    Anderson, Laurie Halse, author.

    Bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson is known for the unflinching way she writes about, and advocates for, survivors of sexual assault. Now, inspired by her fans and enraged by how little in our culture has changed since her groundbreaking novel Speak was first published twenty years ago, she has written a poetry memoir that is as vulnerable as it is rallying, as timely as it is timeless. In free verse, Anderson shares reflections, rants, and calls to action woven between deeply personal stories from her life that she's never written about before. Searing and soul-searching, this important memoir is a denouncement of our society's failures and a love letter to all the people with the courage to say #MeToo and #TimesUp, whether aloud, online, or only in their own hearts. Shout speaks truth to power in a loud, clear voice-- and once you hear it, it is impossible to ignore

  • Chromebook MHS-LIB-CBCT4Chromebook MHS-LIB-CBCT4

  • Teaching in the fast laneTeaching in the fast lane : how to create active learning experiences

    Rollins, Suzy Pepper.

  • Engage the brainEngage the brain : how to design for learning that taps into the power of emotion

    Posey, Allison, author.

  • Upgrade your teachingUpgrade your teaching : understanding by design meets neuroscience

    McTighe, Jay, author.

    "Upgrade Your Teaching merges discoveries from neuroscience with the Understanding by Design framework to help teachers improve curriculum, instruction, and assessment"--

  • World class learnersWorld class learners : educating creative and entrepreneurial students

    Zhao, Yong, 1965-

  • Summarization in any subjectSummarization in any subject : 50 techniques to improve student learning

    Wormeli, Rick.

  • The best class you never taughtThe best class you never taught : how spider web discussion can turn students into learning leaders

    Wiggins, Alexis, author.

    "The Spider Web Discussion is a simple technique that puts this kind of class within every teacher's reach. The name comes from the web-like diagram the observer makes to record interactions as students actively participate in the discussion, lead and support one another's learning, and build community. It's proven to work across all subject areas and with all ages, and you only need a little know-how, a rubric, and paper and pencil to get started. As students practice Spider Web Discussion, they become stronger communicators, more empathetic teammates, better problem solvers, and more independent learners--college and career ready skills that serve them well in the classroom and beyond." -- Publisher's description.

  • Answers to essential questions about standards, assessments, grading, & reportingAnswers to essential questions about standards, assessments, grading, & reporting

    Guskey, Thomas R.

  • Teaching dilemmas and solutions in content-area literacy, grades 6-12Teaching dilemmas and solutions in content-area literacy, grades 6-12

    Smagorinsky, Peter. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/

  • The NSTA quick-reference guide to the NGSSThe NSTA quick-reference guide to the NGSS

    Willard, Ted, author.

  • 5 practices for orchestrating productive mathematics discussions5 practices for orchestrating productive mathematics discussions

    Smith, Margaret Schwan.

    Describes five practices for productive mathematics discussions, including anticipating, monitoring, selecting, sequencing, and connecting.

  • Getting to the core of literacy for history, social studies, science, and technical subjects, grades 6-12Getting to the core of literacy for history, social studies, science, and technical subjects, grades 6-12

    Giouroukakis, Vicky.

  • What if?What if? : building students' problem-solving skills through complex challenges

    Beghetto, Ronald A., 1969-, author.

  • Project based teachingProject based teaching : how to create rigorous and engaging learning experiences

    Boss, Suzie, author.

    "Authors from the Buck Institute for Education explore seven Project Based Teaching practices that help teachers support student success and Gold Standard project-based learning"--

  • Teach like a championTeach like a champion : 49 techniques that put students on the path to college

    Lemov, Doug, 1967-

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