Tagged: poverty

Disrupting Poverty: Five Powerful Practices

Among the books educator Lisa Signorelli has read about teaching children in high poverty schools, she finds Disrupting Poverty: Five Powerful Classroom Practices is the easiest to understand and contains very impactful strategies to use in the classroom.

How Rich Teaching Can Help Poor Students

Eric Jensen provides research plus easy-to-implement strategies around 4 key mindsets for learning ā€“ relational, achievement, classroom climate, and engagement ā€“ that can help poor students succeed. Consultant Anne Anderson calls it “must” summer reading.