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Leading Well
Building Schoolwide Excellence in Reading and Writing
Lucy Calkins , Mary Ehrenworth , Laurie Pessah
Grade: K - 8th
Pub Date: 12/26/2018

"I'm convinced that Howard Gardner was right when he suggested that all leaders need chances to retreat to the mountains.  I hope this book gives you metaphorical mountains. I hope that Leading Well allows you to step back from the hurly burly of school leadership, to see far horizons, to breathe a new kind of air, and to return home with new energy and vision.... more

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Sign Up for the Leading Well Book Study with Lucy Calkins!

This summer, join Lucy Calkins and other educators from across the country for a live book study on Leading Well!... more
Take a Look Inside Leading Well, Lucy Calkins New Book for School Leaders

In this chapter, youll find: ways to make time for teachers to plan together, tips to ensure collaborative groups go well, ways to anticipate and dissipate resistance, and more.... more
Reading Ladders
Leading Students from Where They Are to Where We'd Like Them to Be
Teri Lesesne
Grade: 4th - 12th
Pub Date: 2/14/2010

Many of us are searching continually for that just-right book for each and every one of our students. It is my hope to help you find those books. More importantly, I hope to help you guide students to the next great book and the one after that. That is the purpose of Reading Ladders. Because it is not sufficient to find just one book for each reader.Teri... more

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Teach Our Children Well
Essential Strategies for the Urban Classroom
Betty Doerr , Margaret Golden , Helen Maniates
Grade: K - 5th
Pub Date: 9/4/2001

Helen Maniates, Betty Doerr, and Margaret Golden have many years of experience working with effective teachers in diverse urban communities. And from their considerable research, they know the optimal conditions for significant learning to take place. Teach Our Children Well is a record of all that they have learned, detailing the seven essential features of a positive... more
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Middle School Readers
Helping Them Read Widely, Helping Them Read Well
Nancy Allison
Grade: 4th - 8th
Pub Date: 9/2/2009

"When I finished Middle School Readers I wanted to reverse time and relive sixth grade as a student in Nancy Allison’s class. Allison takes us into her own unique brand of reading workshop, providing the finest road map for teachers. Ultimately, what Allison communicates is that to help students read fiction and nonfiction, to refine their knowledge of genre structure... more

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Leading Adolescents to Lifelong Literacy
Janet Allen
Grade: 6th - 12th
Pub Date: 3/20/1995

    Any teacher of general English could read It's Never Too Late and know that he or she is definitely not alone.
    —English Journal
It's Never Too Late is a research chronicle that offers not only proven methods but also inspiration. Anyone working with "at risk" students—those for whom school has not been a place of success—will... more
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Reading Essentials
The Specifics You Need to Teach Reading Well
Regie Routman
Grade: K - 8th
Pub Date: 10/4/2002

With all the controversy and confusion over "best practice" issues in teaching reading, someone with the necessary experience, the ability to take the long view, and most of all a level head is essential to set things straight. This is where Regie Routman steps in: giving clarity, support, specific demonstrations, and confidence to teachers so they can teach reading in... more

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Laurie Pessah is a Senior Deputy Director at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, where she has responsibility for staffing the Project’s work with several hundred schools in New York City and around the country. Coauthor of the DVD A Principal’s Guide to Leadership in the Teaching

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