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Teach Like a Pirate

Author : Dave Burgess
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In this book you'll learn how to: tap into your passion as a teacher - even when you're less than excited about the subject; develop creative presentations that capture your students' interest; establish rapport and a sense of camaraderie in your classroom; transform your class into a life-changing experience for your students. --from back cover.

Learn Like a Pirate

Author : Paul Solarz
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"QR codes provide additional Pirate resources!"--Page 4 of cover.

Tech Like a PIRATE

Author : Matt Miller
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Tech Like a PIRATE helps provide the tools, ideas, and inspiration for educators to use technology as a treasure map to amazing learning. With a customizable set of principles for ensuring that technology is an asset, and not a barrier, Matt Miller's guidance will help all teachers - from the tech-savvy to the tech-terrified--create impactful, transformative learning using low- or no-cost equipment. The rise of digital culture has left some teachers and their students distracted, divided, and overwhelmed. But Tech Like a PIRATE brings educators flexible strategies for creating classroom tech experiences that will electrify student engagement. You don't have to be a tech genius--just willing to try Tech Like a PIRATE offers an accessible, engaging, and empowering toolkit for educators looking to innovate and engage their classes through technology. It's full of practical examples that are rooted in research, best practices, and solid pedagogy, and it's accompanied by a treasure trove of additional resources at DitchThatTextbook.com/TechLAP.

The Reformer September 2018 Issue

Author : Pakistan ASCD
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Education can never be experienced in remoteness. The organic nature of educational practices needs connectivity and the powerful educators and well allied. The diversity of ideas, practices and solutions to handle the challenges helps in grooming educators. With these thoughts, we launched our inaugural issue in May 2018 and as per our commitment to excellence, we published the September issue. Our every magazine has an issue and this issue brings ideas, thoughts, advices on leadership in education. Pakistan ASCD, an affiliate of ASCD resolute to bring the best resources for the educators and bridge the gaps between the stake holders in education sector, worldwide. We firmly believe in excellence through connectivity.

Thank You Teacher

Author : Brad Johnson
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Thank you, teacher, for making a difference! This uplifting book by motivational speakers Brad Johnson and Hal Bowman provides daily encouragement to keep you feeling inspired on your educational journey. It features 100 letters, written by teachers across the country and addressed to YOU. The letters highlight topics such as celebrating small successes, bringing out the best in your students, and knowing your worth. The book is perfect for teachers of all grade levels, and for principals to buy their teachers for schoolwide morale. Read one letter each morning to kick off your day, or use them to launch staff meetings or PD days. The comforting, affirming advice will remind you why you’ve chosen this profession, that you're not alone, that you can get through your toughest days, and that you're having a big impact!

The Total Teacher

Author : Danny Steele
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What are the keys to thriving as an educator? This insightful book from bestselling author Danny Steele reveals how the most effective teachers are well-rounded and three-dimensional: (1) grounded in the technical side (classroom management, instruction, and professional growth); (2) dedicated to the relationship work (the purpose of what we do); and (3) committed to the vital role they play in building the school’s culture. The book is organized into three sections, one for each dimension, and provides strategies, inspirational stories, and helpful examples from educators who are doing the work. Perfect for new and experienced teachers, this unique book will help you reflect on the art of being a teacher so you can enhance your professional practice.

Cases on Emotionally Responsive Teaching and Mentoring

Author : Ellsworth, Ann M.
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Educators who work with pre-service teachers understand the significant role they play in mentoring the next generation of teachers. Those who have "walked the talk" and been classroom teachers themselves, working with students daily over the course of a school year, can share powerful stories on transformative teaching. To fully prepare tomorrow's teachers, educators need to mix theory about best practice with the reality of teaching in classrooms. Cases on Emotionally Responsive Teaching and Mentoring provides a collection of case studies from former classroom teachers who now work with pre-service teachers to provide an understanding of the expectations and outcomes of teaching through actual K-12 teaching experiences. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as cultural identity, teacher development, and learner diversity, this book is ideally designed for pre-service teachers, mentors, educators, administrators, professors, academicians, and students seeking current research on the diverse nature of schools, children, and learning and applying concepts to best suit the profession.

Coaching Teacher Writers

Author : Troy Hicks
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When teachers write, good things can happen; writing helps educators to better understand themselves, as well as students, parents, and colleagues. This practical book illustrates how to encourage, lead, and sustain teacher-writers, especially in group contexts. In contrast to guides on writing and teacher research, this book is designed for those who support teacher-writers, such as teacher educators and literacy coaches. The authors offer descriptions of key practices they have developed over years of coaching, teaching, and collaborating with K–12 teachers who write about classroom instruction, teacher research, or advocacy for better policy and pedagogy. Knowing firsthand just how hard writing can be for teachers, they provide a repertoire of strategies to elicit writing, to support teachers as they write, to find audiences for the teachers’ work, and much more. This book offers clear guidance to coach teacher-writers to: Choose topics and shape ideas.Conquer insecurities and draw from their strengths.Establish authority with their audience.Navigate publishing, including choosing venues and working with editors.Find time and space to write and create the habits of writing daily.Respond to audience reaction to their writing.Reflect on their teaching and writing. Develop a voice and vision as a professional. “Understanding writing is a lifelong journey. This book is an indispensable guide to beginning that journey yourself and together with colleagues.” —Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, executive director, National Writing Project “Gives advice on how I can become a better collaborator, facilitator, and cocreator who helps teachers celebrate the power (and joy) that writing can give them.” —Cathy Fleischer, professor, Eastern Michigan University “The authors know how to support teachers in gathering the courage to write. I am grateful for the ideas that have ignited my own writing.” —Penny Kittle, Teacher and Author

Compassionate Coaching

Author : Kathy Perret
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When we embark on a journey, every action revolves around the destination. Of course, not all trips are smooth sailing. We inevitably hit distractions, obstacles, and detours. These challenges threaten to blow us off course, but when we stay focused on the destination rather than the barriers, we can move forward. The same is true in education. Barriers to effective teaching are neither permanent states nor character traits. Rather, they are temporary challenges successful coaches help teachers overcome by connecting them with the right methods and keeping them focused on the destination. In Compassionate Coaching, Kathy Perret and Kenny McKee identify the six most vexing challenges teachers face—lack of confidence, failure, overload, disruption, isolation, and school culture challenges—and the six corresponding ways that coaches can help teachers surmount them, dubbed the compassionate coaching focus areas. Coaching with compassion is a process focused on partnership, empowerment, prioritization, routine, connection, and openness. Done well, it can result in transformational improvements to student achievement and teacher work satisfaction. In some cases, it can even shift the trajectory of whole schools. Roadblocks and detours can get in our way when we are coaching just as they can during any journey. Instead of grumbling about the setbacks, we can open our eyes to the possibilities of a new and better route. That's what compassionate coaching offers. Let's go!

The World Language Teacher s Guide to Active Learning

Author : Deborah Blaz
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Enhance your students’ success and improve the likelihood of retention with the easy-to-implement activities and strategies in this book! Bestselling author Deborah Blaz shows how to create a classroom in which students can actively experience and explore a world language. The new edition features updates in every chapter and incorporates the latest ACTFL standards, more information on teaching with authentic resources, a new chapter on teaching with technology, and additional resources for personalized learning. It is organized to allow you to easily find and pull activities you want to use in your classroom the very next day. You’ll learn how to... mix up your repertoire of activities, games, and exercises to keep students engaged; introduce students to the culture of the language you teach by hosting parties and celebrations; overcome some of the biggest obstacles in the path to fluency, including verb conjugation, using object pronouns, and the subjunctive mood; customize your teaching strategies to accommodate a broader range of talents, skills, and intelligences; implement new assessment strategies to improve verbal skills and reading comprehension; and more! Bonus: Downloadable versions of some of the resources in this book are available on the Routledge website at www.routledge.com/9781032258294 so you can print and distribute them for immediate classroom use.