Professional Book Reviews
Professional Book Reviews are key to having a library of materials in your hands to help build student acheivement, promote reading and further develop your skills.
I have read tons of teaching publications through my years and have found that many are "fluff". This list is to help you find high content, worthwile books to spend your time reading.
"Strategies That Work"
by Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis
"Mosaic of Thought"
by Ellin Oliver Keene and Susan Zimmerman
"The Essential 55"
by Ron Clark
"The Excellent 11"
by Ron Clark
by Fountas & Pinnell
Beyond the Classroom
These are books to help your head, heart, and hands.
32 Third Graders and One Classroom Bunny by Phillip Done
by Rhonda Byrne
"Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean"
"Light for My Path"
by Pamela Kaye Tracy
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The Big Book of Books and Activities by Dinah Zike Not rated yet
Oh, the things you can do with a piece of paper!
After showing the basic folds (hamburger, hot dog, taco, burrito, shutter) you are led into all sorts …
When Kids Can't Read (What Teachers Can Do) by Kylene Beers Not rated yet
I love this book!
I teach upper elementary grades (5 & 6), and have constantly been on the lookout for ideas and ways to help struggling readers. …
Literacy Work Stations: Making Centers Work Not rated yet
Information about how to set up centers using classroom materials you currently have.
Provides center activity sheets, signs, and teacher assessment …
The Organized Teacher Not rated yet
I am a teacher in my third year and am looping with my students and need to re-arrange my classroom and wasn't sure how to go about the whole situation. …
No, David! Not rated yet
By David Shannon
David, just your average boy, refuses to follow the rules of his household.
Not only does he play with his food, but he …
teach like your hair's on fire
This is the story of an amazing fifth grade teacher, Rafe Esquith. What he accomplishes and the energy he brings to his work are awe-inspiring. I knew …
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