The Classroom Essentials Series
The Classroom Essentials Series was created to provide pre-service and veteran teachers alike with a fresh new look at foundational, student-centered practices. Each book in the series focuses on one essential practice, along with all the information you need to get started trying it – or refining it – in your own classroom right away. With highly visual designs, classroom videos, online resources, teacher tips and more, Classroom Essentials books offer a uniquely engaging and contemporary reading experience for today’s busy teachers.
Below is a complete listing of Classroom Essentials books, each priced at $21.00.
New in the Classroom Essentials Series, A Teacher's Guide to Interactive Writing provides the what, why, and how of using this powerful teaching tool in Grades PreK-2. Kindergarten teacher Matt Halpern shows you what interactive writing looks and sounds like in over 20 classroom videos.
A Teacher’s Guide to Getting Started with Beginning Writers will help you establish a routine for writing in your classroom and help your youngest students become writers.
Dramatically improve student writing by teaching with mentor texts in Grades K-5. A foundational guide to finding, analyzing, and teaching with mentor texts.
"If you are a reading teacher, a curriculum coach, or a school leader, order a copy of A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Conferences right now. It is a must-have resource for anyone who wants to up their teaching and learning game during independent reading time. The entire book is dedicated to helping teachers have quality conferences with readers."
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Writing conferences are a way to help both you and your students find joy in the writing process. And too, conferences can help you provide one-on-one instruction that covers a wide range of writing skills and strategies.
A foundational guide to the principles, practices, structure, and daily routines of Writing Workshop.
A foundational guide to the four-part structure of writing workshop minilessons, along with the methodologies and tools necessary to get started.
How to plan vocabulary instruction that seamlessly blends with content instruction across the whole school day.