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The world is a noisy place. It’s full of voices, but what are they all for? How are they different, and how do people use their voices to be heard? Two young birds, Cay and Adlee, are going on an adventure to find out! Follow along as they explore, listen, learn, and meet new friends who use their unique voices to express themselves. Along the way, Cay and Adlee find their own voices and aspirations. We all have an important voice. What kind of voice do you have? Created by internationally recognized education leader Russ Quaglia and his daughter Cali—along with award-winning illustrator Daniel Minter—Cay and Adlee Find Their Voice supports Quaglia’s pioneering work around the importance of student voice.
(ASCD book, 2017) 8" x 10", 48 pages
Based on their exciting work in the field, Kallick and Zmuda map out a transformative model of personalization that puts students at the center and asks them to employ the set of dispositions for engagement and learning known as the Habits of Mind. They share the perspectives of educators engaged in this work; highlight the habits that empower students to pursue aspirations, investigate problems, design solutions, chase curiosities, and create performances; and provide tools and recommendations for adjusting classroom practices to facilitate learning that is self-directed, dynamic, sometimes messy, and always meaningful.
This laminated guide from Eric Jensen discusses how poverty affects students and the best teaching strategies, guidelines, and action steps to meet the differing needs of this population.
In this revised and updated 4th edition, Discipline with Dignity provides in-depth guidance for implementing a proven approach to classroom management that can help students make better choices and teachers be more effective. Emphasizing the importance of mutual respect and self-control, the authors offer specific strategies and techniques for building strong relationships with disruptive students and countering the toxic social circumstances that affect many of them, including dysfunctional families, gangs, and poverty.