Look no further for info on promoting the Maker Movement in your school and involving students in staging a Maker Fair, says Kevin Hodgson.
Teachers will find helpful discussions of CCSS listening & speaking standards & the CALL tool. Reading & writing are missing.
Writing in the voice of teachers, says reading coach Katie Gordon, the authors describe how to create classes “where thinking is valued, visible, and actively promoted.”
Reading teachers, rejoice! Laura Robb answers every question about teaching reading in middle school, says reviewer Laura Von Staden. And there’s a great CD.
Doctoral student Casey Gilewski recommends this book for its focus on Common Core differentiation strategies for reading and writing across ALL content areas.
Author Susan Brookhart demonstrates that rubrics are a great tool for helping students take charge of their own learning, says reviewer Tracey Muise.
Linda Biondi reports this book encourages teachers to integrate science into the daily schedule instead of “pigeonholing” the subject into a time slot.
Amy Benjamin successfully shows content teachers how to focus on reading comprehension with their subject material, says reviewer Anne Anderson.
The authors effectively describe how to achieve rigor for students with disabilities by asking thinking questions, scaffolding with visuals, & modeling everything.