In her blended classroom, reviewer Nicolette Lesniak finds the tools included in DIY Literacy – demonstration notebooks, teaching charts and visual note taking – help students recall what was taught and motivate them to work harder, to the best of their abilities.
Tagged: Nicolette Lesniak
Ross W. Greene’s Lost & Found: Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students (and, While You’re At It, All the Others) can assist educators as they work with kids to build lagging skills and collaborate on unsolved problems, says reviewer Nicolette Lesniak.
Russ Olwell’s book Mentoring is a Verb is a useful resource for educators involved in mentor/mentee roles, says Nicolette Lesniak, who mentors at-risk students. She finds the WOOP framework and other strategies recommended by Olwell easy to implement and adapt.