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Textured Teaching

Lorena Escoto Germán

With Culturally Sustaining Practice as its foundation, Textured Teaching shares lesson design strategies that build traditional literacy skills while supporting students in developing their social justice skills at the same time.
Start Here, Start Now

Liz Kleinrock

Start Here, Start Now addresses many of the questions and challenges educators have about getting started with antibias and antiracist work, using a framework for tackling perceived barriers from a proactive stance. Liz answers the questions with personal stories, sample lessons, anchor charts, resources, conversation starters, extensive teacher and activist accounts, and more.
Trusting Readers

Jennifer Scoggin, Hannah Schneewind

Trusting Readers is an essential and accessible guide that provides teachers with the inspiration, information, and tools needed to grow enthusiastic independent readers. Jen and Hannah put the independence back into independent reading—and bolster that independence with collaboration and support. They offer a clear definition and vision of independent reading, while helping teachers craft reading experiences centered around students’ engagement, instructional needs, and identities as readers.
Between Worlds, Fourth Edition

David E Freeman, Yvonne S Freeman, et al.

The updated edition of a classic text on research-based best practices for teaching emergent bilingual students.
A Teacher’s Guide to Mentor Texts, 6-12

Katie Wood Ray, Allison Marchetti, et al.

A foundational guide to using mentor texts in secondary writing classrooms.
Literacy Beginnings, 3rd Edition

Gay Su Pinnell, Irene Fountas

With Literacy Beginnings: A Prekindergarten Handbook, Third Edition, tap into young children’s curiosity to introduce them to the world of literacy in joyful, engaging ways.
Technology with Intention

Nell K Duke, Suzanne Kelly, et al.

While there are books that show you how to include tech, Technology with Intention also addresses how to decide whether to use tech at all. Intentional is the key word for integrating technology into instruction, and you will find helpful guidelines and prompts to help you decide when, how, and why to use technology with your students.
Leading Literate Lives

Stephanie Affinito

In Leading Literate Lives, Stephanie outlines a framework for reading and writing that makes a direct connection between reflection and classroom practice. In each chapter you will find concrete ideas, tools, and activities for reading and writing to help move you from teacher reflection to instruction. For every specific reflection Stephanie will show you how to put the same idea into practice in your classroom.
Regie Routman in Residence: Transforming Our Teaching through Reading/Writing Connections -- Professional Development Notebook (single copy)

Regie Routman

This PD Notebook correlates to the sessions of the Reading Writing Connections program. It includes session agendas, essential professional readings, point-by-point analysis of the video sessions, and room for notes.
Writing Unbound

Thomas Newkirk

Tom Newkirk builds an argument for bringing fiction back into our writing curriculum as a way to strengthen all writing.
Story Workshop

Susan Harris MacKay

How to create entry points for beginning writers by amplifying the relationship between play, art, and writing.
Teaching Writing in Small Groups

Jennifer Serravallo

Risk. Fail. Rise.

M. Colleen Cruz

Mistakes are part of learning. Every educator knows this. But what happens before and after a mistake that facilitates that learning is rarely explored practically. In Risk. Fail. Rise. teachers will learn how  to address their own teaching mistakes, model with their own mistake-making, and improve their responses to others’ mistakes.
The Civically Engaged Classroom

Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, et al.

Create more alert, thoughtful, engaged, inquisitive, and active citizens by reframing teaching so that it’s not just about content and standards, but also civic virtues. The Civically Engaged Classroom is packed with practical guidance designed to support teachers in giving students the skills, knowledge, and tools to be active participants in society.  
A Teacher’s Guide to Vocabulary Development Across the Day

Katie Wood Ray, Tanya S. Wright

How to plan vocabulary instruction that seamlessly blends with content instruction across the whole school day.
Play Attention!

Stephanie Parsons

In Play Attention! you’ll learn how play can add value to what you are already doing in your classroom and can even help you do it better. Stephanie shows you and your students how to make space for possibilities you hadn’t even imagined before. “I think we can all agree more joy in school is a good thing.”
Every Kid a Writer

Kelly Boswell

Sometimes the hardest part about teaching writing is getting students to write at all. Kelly Boswell reminds us that every  writer is reluctant to write at some point. It’s the conditions––not the kids––that determine success. In Every Kid A Writer, Kelly provides six field-tested strategies to get everyone in the classroom writing with energy and enthusiasm.
Connecting with Students Online

Jennifer Serravallo

The professional development for online teaching and learning that you’ve been asking for

An unprecedented pandemic may change the definition of classroom, but it doesn't have to change your definition of good teaching. Jennifer Serravallo’s Connecting with Students Online gives you concise, doable suggestions based on her own experiences and those of the teachers, administrators, and coaches she has communicated with during the pandemic.

Watch Jen's webinar about the book! 

No More Random Acts of Literacy Coaching

Erin Brown, Susan L'Allier

Improving teacher-coach collaboration with intentional, carefully planned coaching cycles.
Social Justice Talk

Chris Hass

In Social Justice Talk, Chris Hass, along with his colleagues Nozsa Tinsley, and Tiffany Palmatier, detail how to facilitate rich discussions that disrupt the harmful social beliefs and practices we and our students are immersed in every day. Each chapter is filled with vignettes, transcripts, and video clips from real classrooms and families that offer realistic expectations and models of what we can expect and hope for when we take on this work.
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