Best Educational Certification & Development Books
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1. The Writing Revolution: A Guide to Advancing Thinking Through Writing in All Subjects and Grades
Author: by Judith C. Hochman
“HELP!My Students Can’t Write!” Why You Need a Writing Revolution in Your Classroom and How to Lead It. The Writing Revolution (TWR) provides a clear method of instruction that you can use no matter what subject or grade level you teach.
The model, also known as The Hochman Method, has demonstrated, over and over, that it can turn weak writers into strong communicators by focusing on specific techniques that match their needs and by providing them with targeted feedback. Insurmountable as the challenges faced by many students may seem, TWR can make a dramatic difference.
And the method does more than improve writing skills. It also helps: Boost reading comprehension Improve organizational and study skills Enhance speaking abilities Develop analytical capabilities TWR is as much a method of teaching content as it is a method of teaching writing.
There’s no separate writing block and no separate writing curriculum. Instead, teachers of all subjects adapt the TWR strategies and activities to their current curriculum and weave them into their content instruction. But perhaps what’s most revolutionary about the TWR method is that it takes the mystery out of learning to write well.
2. THE First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher, 5th Edition (Book & DVD)
Author: by Harry K. Wong
Harry K Wong Publications
This is the most requested book for what works in the classroom for teacher and student success. It s an education staple for preparing effective teachers at all grade levels, pre-K through college, in all content areas. With the release of the 5th edition, it s now bigger, better, and bolder.
The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through structuring and organizing a classroom for success that can be applied at any time of the year. Now in a portrait format, the 5th edition includes a new, 54-minute DVD, You Have Changed My Life, with accomplished actor and singer William Martinez.
Through story, song, and American Sign Language, he shares the transformational moment when a teacher realized his potential. His story affirms that teachers ARE the difference in the lives of their students. The 5th edition includes updated research, more examples and stories, and an updated Lesson Mastery unit introducing an easy-to-implement Learning Triangle.
The book is used in thousands of school districts, in over 120 countries, in over 2,163 college classrooms, and has been translated into 9 languages. This is the best-selling book ever on classroom management and teaching for student achievement with over 4 million copies sold.
3. The First Six Weeks of School
Author: by Responsive Classroom
Build the foundation for a productive year of learning. Written by teachers, for teachers, this comprehensive K-6 guidebook shows how to:Plan a great first dayset a positive tone right from the start. Ensure that every part of the day flows smoothlyarrival, recess, lunch, and dismissal times, as well as lessons.
Teach positive disciplineinvest children in the rules and build prosocial behavior skills that keep their learning going. Present engaging academicsspark motivation and lay the groundwork for high academic achievement. Foster communitystart with a daily Morning Meeting and end with a closing circle.
The First Six Weeks of School is packed with practical teaching tips and examples of effective teacher language, along with activities and interactive learning structuresall in a lively, easy-to-navigate format. This book is your essential guide to the early weeks of school!
4. Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy
Author: by Gholdy Muhammad
In Cultivating Genius, Dr. Gholdy E. Muhammad presents a four-layered equity frameworkone that is grounded in history and restores excellence in literacy education. This framework, which she names, Historically Responsive Literacy, was derived from the study of literacy development within 19th-century Black literacy societies.
The framework is essential and universal for all students, especially youth of color, who traditionally have been marginalized in learning standards, school policies, and classroom practices. The equity framework will help educators teach and lead toward the following learning goals or pursuits: Identity DevelopmentHelping youth to make sense of themselves and othersSkill Development Developing proficiencies across the academic disciplinesIntellectual DevelopmentGaining knowledge and becoming smarterCriticalityLearning and developing the ability to read texts (including print and social contexts) to understand power, equity, and anti-oppression When these four learning pursuits are taught togetherthrough the Historically Responsive Literacy Framework, all students receive profound opportunities for personal, intellectual, and academic success.
5. Coaching for Equity: Conversations That Change Practice
Author: by Elena Aguilar
Your Guide to Creating Equitable Schools If we hope to interrupt educational inequities and create schools in which every child thrives, we must open our hearts to purposeful conversation and hone our skills to make those conversations effective. With characteristic honesty and wisdom, Elena Aguilar inspires us to commit to transforming our classrooms, lays bare the hidden obstacles to equity, and helps us see how to overcome these obstacles, one conversation at a time.
Coaching for Equity is packed with the resources necessary to implement Transformational Coaching in any organization. In addition to an updated coaching framework and corresponding rubrics, a comprehensive set of coaching tools puts success in every coach’s hands. Extensive personal narratives demonstrate what coaching for equity looks like and help us see how we can make every conversation count towards building a more just and equitable world.
Coaching for Equity covers critical topics in the larger conversation about racial equity, and helps readers develop the knowledge, dispositions and skills to be able to: Talk productively about race, Build trust to support vulnerability, Unpack mental models and change someone’s mind, Observe classrooms and collect data to support equitable outcomes, Inspire others and deepen commitment, Evaluate and celebrate growth.
6. The Reading Strategies Book: Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Readers
Author: by Jennifer Serravallo
With hit books that support strategic reading through conferring, small groups, and assessment, Jen Serravallo gets emails almost daily asking, “Isn’t there a book of the strategies themselves?” Now there is. “Strategies make the often invisible work of reading actionable and visible,” Jen writes.
In The Reading Strategies Book, she collects 300 strategies to share with readers in support of thirteen goals-everything from fluency to literary analysis. Each strategy is cross-linked to skills, genres, and Fountas & Pinnell reading levels to give you just-right teaching, just in time.
With Jen’s help you’ll: develop goals for every reader give students step-by-step strategies for skilled reading guide readers with prompts aligned to the strategies adjust instruction to meet individual needs with Jen’s Teaching Tips craft demonstrations and explanations with her Lesson Language learn more with Hat Tips to the work of influential teacher-authors.
Whether you use readers workshop, Daily 5/CAFE, guided reading, balanced reading, a core reading program, whole-class novels, or any other approach, The Reading Strategies Book will complement and extend your teaching. Rely on it to plan and implement goal-directed, differentiated instruction for individuals, small groups, and whole classes.
7. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the Path to College
Author: by Doug Lemov
John Wiley And Sons Inc
One of the most influential teaching guides everupdated! Teach Like a Champion 2. 0 is a complete update to the international bestseller. This teaching guide is a must-have for new and experienced teachers alike.Over 1. 3 million teachers around the world already know how the techniques in this book turn educators into classroom champions.
With ideas for everything from boosting academic rigor, to improving classroom management, and inspiring student engagement, you will be able to strengthen your teaching practice right away. The first edition of Teach Like a Champion influenced thousands of educators because author Doug Lemov’s teaching strategies are simple and powerful.
Now, updated techniques and tools make it even easier to put students on the path to college readiness. Here are just a few of the brand-new resources available in the 2. 0 edition: Over 70 new video clips of real teachers modeling the techniques in the classroom (note: for online access of this content, please visit my.Teachlikeachampion.
8. Know Better, Do Better: Teaching the Foundations So Every Child Can Read
Author: by Meredith Liben
It’s our goal that every child in every elementary school in America can read fluently by the end of second grade. This book explains how to make that happen – for all children in all classrooms. Meredith and David Liben have spent decades transforming education, working as teachers, researchers, leaders, and founders of an alternative public elementary school in Harlem-the Family Academy.
The Libens have been on the front lines of the reading wars since 1994, when the Family Academy’s first cohort of students failed the NYC end of year reading exam and they were confronted with the question: How can a school with plenty of resources, dedication to outstanding instruction, and support for social and emotional learning fail so spectacularly at teaching children how to read?
The answers are collected here in Know Better, Do Better: Teaching the Foundations So Every Child Can Read. The Libens have poured through the research, pedagogical movements, and deeply entrenched classroom myths to find the literacy practices and instructional materials that actually improve student learning outcomes.
9. Applied Behavior Analysis
Author: by John Cooper
This text provides an accurate, comprehensive, and contemporary description of applied behavior analysis in order to help readers acquire fundamental knowledge and skills Applied Behavior Analysis provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of the field, offering a complete description of the principles and procedures for changing and analyzing socially important behavior.
The 3rd Edition features coverage of advances in all three interrelated domains of the sciences of behaviortheoretical, basic research, and applied researchand two new chapters, Equivalence-based Instruction (Ch. 19) and Engineering Emergent Learning with Nonequivalence Relations (Ch.20). It also includes updated and new content on topics such as negative reinforcement (Ch.
12), motivation (Ch. 16), verbal behavior (Ch. 18), functional behavioral assessment (Ch. 27), and ethics (Ch.31). The content of the text is now connected to the BCBA and BCABA Behavior Analyst Task List, 5th Edition. Table of Contents PART 1: INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS 1. Definition and Characteristics of Applied Behavior Analysis 2.
10. THE Classroom Management Book
Author: by Harry K. Wong
Harry K. Wong Publications
Now in its second edition, this is a solutions book that shows how to organize and structure a classroom to create a safe and positive environment for student learning and achievement to take place. It offers 50 procedures that can be applied, changed, adapted, and incorporated into any classroom management plan.
Each procedure is presented with a consistent format that breaks it down and tells how to teach it and what the outcome of teaching it will be. While all of the work and preparation behind a well-managed classroom are rarely observed, the dividends are evident in a classroom that is less stressful for all and one that hums with learning.
The book can be previewed on the publisher’s website.
11. PMP Exam Prep Simplified: Covers the Current PMP Exam and Includes a 35 Hours of Project Management E-Learning Course
Author: by Andrew Ramdayal
This guide will cover the 2021 PMP Exam. This guide includes access to our e-learning course with over 35 hours of project management education. This e-learning course will grant you a certificate you can use to apply for your PMP exam. This guide has over 500 questions and the e-learning course has over 1000 more questions with over 430 videos.
This guide and course are all you will need to apply and pass your PMP on the first try.
12. Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators
Author: by Elena Aguilar
John Wiley & Sons
A practical framework to avoid burnout and keep great teachers teaching Onward tackles the problem of educator stress, and provides a practical framework for taking the burnout out of teaching. Stress is part of the job, but when 70 percent of teachers quit within their first five years because the stress is making them physically and mentally ill, things have gone too far.
Unsurprisingly, these effects are highest in difficult-to-fill positions such as math, science, and foreign languages, and in urban areas and secondary classroomsplaces where we need our teachers to be especially motivated and engaged. This book offers a path to resiliency to help teachers weather the storms and bounce backand work toward banishing the rain for good.
This actionable framework gives you concrete steps toward rediscovering yourself, your energy, and your passion for teaching. You’ll learn how a simple shift in mindset can affect your outlook, and how taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally is one of the most important things you can do.
13. Better Than Carrots or Sticks: Restorative Practices for Positive Classroom Management
Author: by Dominique Smith
ASCD Bestseller!Classroom management is traditionally a matter of encouraging good behavior and discouraging bad by doling out rewards and punishments. But studies show that when educators empower students to address and correct misbehavior among themselves, positive results are longer lasting and more wide reaching.
In Better Than Carrots or Sticks, longtime educators and best-selling authors Dominique Smith, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey provide a practical blueprint for creating a cooperative and respectful classroom climate in which students and teachers work through behavioral issues together.
After a comprehensive overview of the roots of the restorative practices movement in schools, the authors explain how toEstablish procedures and expectations for student behavior that encourage the development of positive interpersonal skills;Develop a nonconfrontational rapport with even the most challenging students; andImplement conflict resolution strategies that prioritize relationship building and mutual understanding over finger-pointing and retribution.
14. The Daily 5: Fostering Literacy in the Elementary Grades
Author: by Gail Boushey
The Daily 5, Second Edition retains the core literacy components that made the first edition one of the most widely read books in education and enhances these practices based on years of further experience in classrooms and compelling new brain research.
The Daily 5 provides a way for any teacher to structure literacy (and now math) time to increase student independence and allow for individualized attention in small groups and one-on-one. Teachers and schools implementing the Daily 5 will do the following: Spend less time on classroom management and more time teaching Help students develop independence, stamina, and accountability Provide students with abundant time for practicing reading, writing, and math Increase the time teachers spend with students one-on-one and in small groups Improve schoolwide achievement and success in literacy and math.
The Daily 5, Second Edition gives teachers everything they need to launch and sustain the Daily 5, including materials and setup, model behaviors, detailed lesson plans, specific tips for implementing each component, and solutions to common challenges. By following this simple and proven structure, teachers can move from a harried classroom toward one that hums with productive and engaged learners.
15. The Art of Coaching: Effective Strategies for School Transformation
Author: by Elena Aguilar
Hands-on resources for new and seasoned school coaches This practical resource offers the foundational skills and tools needed by new coaching educators, as well as presenting an overview of the knowledge and theory base behind the practice. Established coaches will find numerous ways to deepen and refine their coaching practice.
Principals and others who incorporate coaching strategies into their work will also find a wealth of resources. Aguilar offers a model for transformational coaching which could be implemented as professional development in schools or districts anywhere. Although she addresses the needs of adult learners, her model maintains a student-centered focus, with a specific lens on addressing equity issues in schools.
Offers a practical resource for school coaches, principals, district leaders, and other administrators Presents a transformational coaching model which addresses systems change Pays explicit attention to surfacing and interrupting inequities in schools The Art of Coaching: Effective Strategies for School Transformation offers a compendium of school coaching ideas, the book’s explicit, user-friendly structure enhances the ability to access the information.
16. Rethinking Teacher Supervision and Evaluation: How to Work Smart, Build Collaboration, and Close the Achievement Gap
Author: by Kim Marshall
Teacher supervision and evaluation that emphasizes fairness, excellence, and achievement In this thoroughly revised and updated edition of his bestselling book, education expert Kim Marshall shows how to break away from the typical and often ineffective evaluation approaches in which principals use infrequent classroom visits or rely on standardized test scores to assess a teacher’s performance.
Marshall proposes a broader framework for supervision and evaluation that enlists teachers in improving the performance of all students. Revised edition of the classic book on teacher supervision and evaluation Includes thoughts on iPad and iPhone aps for classroom observation Offers new chart on how principals can manage ten mini-observations per teacher per year Contains new thoughts on merit pay, a different approach to the test-score argument from Arne Duncan This vital resource also includes extensive tools and advice for managing time as well as ideas for using supervision and evaluation practices to foster teacher professional development.