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Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

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Works: 2,289 works in 3,550 publications in 1 language and 155,563 library holdings
Genres: Handbooks, manuals, etc  Periodicals  Case studies  Forecasts  History 
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Classifications: LB1025.3, 370.1523
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Multiple intelligences in the classroom by Thomas Armstrong ( Book )
14 editions published between 1994 and 2014 in English and held by 3,923 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Provides updates on multiple intelligences theory and its many applications to schools and classrooms. Topics include how to address common criticisms of the MI model and the success of international applications of MI theory
Accountability for learning how teachers and school leaders can take charge by Douglas B Reeves ( )
8 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 2,503 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Accountability. The very mention of the word strikes fear in the hearts of many teachers and school leaders, leading to confusion and panic rather than improved student achievement. Author Douglas B. Reeves explains how to transform accountability from destructive and demoralizing accounting drills into a constructive decision-making process that improves teaching, learning, and leadership. Reeves encourages educators to become proactive in developing student-centered accountability systems. These systems capture the many aspects of teaching that test scores don't reveal-they tell the stories behind the numbers. Reeves shows how educators can create accountability systems that enhance teacher motivation and lead to significant improvements in student achievement and equity, even in traditionally low-performing schools. Accountability for Learning explains how to build a student-centered accountability system by examining key indicators in teaching, leadership, curriculum, and parent and community involvement. Focusing on the classroom, it outlines how teachers can become leaders in accountability by using a four-step process of observation, reflection, synthesis, and replication of effective teaching practices. Finally, the author discusses the role of local, state, and federal policymakers and corrects the myths associated with No Child Left Behind. "As educators, we have two choices," Reeves says. "We can rail against the system, hoping that standards and testing are a passing fad, or we can lead the way in a fundamental reformulation of educational accountability." Accountability for Learning gives readers the helping hand they need to lead the way to fair and comprehensive accountability. Douglas B. Reeves leads the Center for Performance Assessment, and international organization dedicated to improving student achievement and educational equity. He is the author of 17 books, including the best-selling Making Standards Work
Getting results with curriculum mapping ( )
5 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 2,455 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
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The technology fix the promise and reality of computers in our schools by William D Pflaum ( )
5 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 2,254 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
During the technology boom of the 1980s and 1990s, computers seemed set to revolutionize education. Do any of these promises sound familiar? . Technology would help all students learn better, thanks to multimedia programs capable of adapting to individual needs, learning styles, and skill levels. . Technology would transform the teacher's role from a purveyor of a one-size-fits-all curriculum to a facilitator of student exploration. . Technology would replace textbooks with dynamic, interactive learning resources that were always up-to-date. . Technology would boost test scores, as engaged and motivated students acquired advanced skills, problem-solving abilities, and a growing thirst for knowledge. By 2001, educational materials developer William D. Pflaum had begun to suspect that technology was not the all-purpose solution it had seemed. Deciding to see how computers were really being used in U.S. classrooms, he embarked on a yearlong road trip to a cross-section of schools throughout the nation. In this book, he recounts his journey. Although he did find technology application to admire, too often he found broken promises: millions spent for little measurable gain, problems instead of solutions, a fix instead of a fix. This inside look at computer use in our schools shares the voices, experiences, triumphs, and frustrations of educators and students in urban, rural, and suburban settings. The author provides insight into the key roles that computers play in the classroom and clarifies what we must do to ensure that the promise of technology is fulfilled . . . and that students truly benefit
Building leadership capacity in schools by Linda Lambert ( )
8 editions published between 1998 and 2013 in English and held by 2,219 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"In this book, Linda Lambert takes a close look at leadership in schools, which today involves far more than a single leader. The author defines leadership as the learning processes among participants in a community -- processes that lead toward a shared sense of purpose. Leadership capacity refers to the breadth of participation in leadership and the depth of skill that teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community members bring to the work. The stories of three schools -- an elementary school with low leadership capacity, a middle school with moderate leadership capacity, and a high school with high leadership capacity-reveal how school people can lead their communities to improve student learning. The stories show five features of effective leadership: (1) broad-based, skillful participation in the work of leadership, (2) inquiry-based use of information to inform decisions and practice, (3) roles and responsibilities that reflect broad involvement and collaboration, (4) reflective practice/innovation as a norm, and (5) high student achievement. This book outlines what schools and districts must do to build leadership capacity, including how to get started, how to sustain the momentum, and how to design school districts capable of supporting such work. Book jacket."--Jacket
Classroom assessment & grading that work by Robert J Marzano ( )
17 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 2,183 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Robert J. Marzano distills 35 years of research to bring you expert advice on the best practices for assessing and grading the work done by today's students
Keeping good teachers by Marge Scherer ( )
4 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 2,022 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Dimensions of learning teacher's manual by Robert J Marzano ( )
10 editions published between 1991 and 1997 in English and held by 2,022 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The premise of Dimensions of Learning an instructional framework founded on the best of what researchers and theorists know about learning is that five types, or dimensions, of thinking are essential to successful learning
Educational leadership by Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development ( )
in English and held by 1,996 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Curriculum 21 essential education for a changing world by Heidi Hayes Jacobs ( )
6 editions published between 2010 and 2013 in English and held by 1,980 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Covers why and how schools must overhaul, update, and breathe new life into the K-12 curriculum to reflect new technologies in a globalized world
Rethinking homework best practices that support diverse needs by Cathy Vatterott ( )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 1,950 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Covers the debate over whether homework is an essential component of rigorous schooling or a harmful practice. Topics include how to avoid the "homework trap" and seven steps to building better relationships with parents about homework
Preparing our schools for the 21st century by David D Marsh ( )
6 editions published between 1999 and 2012 in English and held by 1,945 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The new principal's fieldbook : strategies for success by Pamela Robbins ( )
6 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 1,933 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Grounded in recent research and successful practice, The New Principal's Fieldbook prepares new and aspiring principals for the unexpected twists and turns of school leadership. Capitalizing on their experiences and those of other educational leaders, authors Pam Robbins and Harvey Alvy offer practical information, research-based strategies, and provocative stories to help principals develop into visionary leaders skilled in promoting the success of students and teachers. Surprises, obstacles, and opportunities characterize the leadership path. Within the chapters, the authors use research and specific examples from recognized practitioners to create a road map for navigating the complex challenges of the principalship. Collectively, the book's themes mirror key content areas addressed by the ISLLC Standards for School Leaders as well as other topics essential for success: Creating a shared vision that places student learning at the heart of the school; Transforming toxic cultures into positive cultures; Dealing with challenging experiences unique to new principals; Promoting quality teaching and learning; Creating professional learning communities; Facilitating change within the school culture; Building productive partnerships with central office staff, parents, and the greater community; Designing management tasks as leadership tools; Working with unions, budgets, the law, and the media; Balancing personal and professional responsibilities; Leading ethically and with emotional intelligence. Robbins and Alvy guide the reader through important concepts and practices, including instructional leadership, data-driven decision making, differentiated supervision, professional development, crisis intervention, and time management. At the end of each chapter, they invite readers to reflect on how to apply their new knowledge to real situations. Covering everything from everyday management tasks to the larger goal of student success, The New Principal's Fieldbook is an essential guide for new and aspiring principals
How to use problem-based learning in the classroom by Robert Delisle ( )
9 editions published between 1997 and 2004 in English and held by 1,843 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Problem-based learning (PBL) helps students build problem-solving skills, while learning the content necessary to apply them. Student work begins with an ill-defined problem, which links something important in the student's daily life to the classroom
Staffing the principalship finding, coaching, and mentoring school leaders by Suzette Lovely ( )
4 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 1,831 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Help Wanted" signs are springing up outside our schools. The shortage of school administrators isn't coming, it's here. To thwart the shortage and keep schools on the cutting edge, we must exercise diligence in cultivating, training, and inspiring a new generation of school leaders-especially for the principalship. Staffing the Principalship offers a structured, adaptable approach to finding high-quality principals and administrators in the ranks of teacher leaders and aspiring applicants. The author shares her professional experiences to explain proven strategies that can increase your district's applicant pool and build a strong cadre of candidates ready and able to tackle the demands of the principalship. This book helps you determine how best to . identify and cultivate candidates for the principalship, . support principals in their first years on the job, . help experienced principals grow, . keep good leaders, and . train current and future leaders to delegate and redistribute responsibilities and tasks. Now is the time to invest in public education by making administrator support and development a top priority in your school district. Securing dynamic principals who can prepare students for the challenges of tomorrow is essential for the success of every school
Honoring diverse teaching styles a guide for supervisors by Edward Pajak ( )
6 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 1,822 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In this era of increasing teacher accountability, helping novice and veteran teachers succeed in the classroom has never been more urgent or more challenging. Honoring Diverse Teaching Styles is essential reading for anyone who wants to help teachers meet today's performance standards while also respecting the unique gifts each teacher brings to the classroom. This concise guide provides the background and creates a system for fostering effective teacher development, and includes: Descriptions and examples of the four basic styles of teaching; Tips for matching your communication style with the teacher's preferred style; Tools for effectively observing classroom practice; Ideas for helping teachers build on their strengths while exploring different ways of teaching. Teachers will broaden their instructional repertoire and develop a stronger professional identity as they discuss effective practice with an experienced teacher. They will become more confident in their decision making and take greater command of the classroom. Educators who are new to providing clinical support will find this a highly readable guide to the wide range of strategies available; experienced educators will discover new ways to strengthen their own practice and rethink their observational methods; and all will gain the satisfaction of helping teachers develop the kind of expertise that truly fosters student achievement. Edward Pajak is a professor and chair of the Department of Teacher Development and Leadership at Johns Hopkins University
Preventing early learning failure ( )
3 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 1,807 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Each year thousands of young children come to school without good early learning experiences and are unprepared for school learning activities. Others have experienced physical or emotional setbacks that make learning difficult and frustrating. In Preventing Early Learning Failure , expert educators describe practices that can help children find success in school
Totally positive teaching a five-stage approach to energizing students and teachers by Joseph Ciaccio ( )
5 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 1,749 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Discipline problems, limited resources, crowded classrooms. Teachers face many issues each day that can wear down their love of education. How can they stay focused and energized day in and day out? In Totally Positive Teaching, Joseph Ciaccio shares an approach that transformed him from a burned-out veteran teacher struggling joylessly through each day to a professional who has fun with his students, guiding them to success while enjoying the teaching process. The conviction that people can adopt a new attitude is at the heart of Ciaccio's Totally Positive Approach. When teachers enter the classroom with an upbeat attitude supported by constructive teaching techniques, they can build trusting partnerships with students. Ciaccio describes five techniques for creating a daily positive learning experience that nurtures student achievement: . Devising activities to meet the mutual needs of student and teacher . Changing personal counterproductive feelings . Responding to behavior problems with self-discipline . Helping underachievers become self-motivated . Developing instructional strategies to keep students engaged Ciaccio provides plenty of examples to illustrate how these techniques actually work in the classroom. He also includes dozens of strategies and tips for introducing the Totally Positive Approach and making it take hold in your own work. When teachers use the Totally Positive Approach, students gain confidence, take control of their lives, and feel that they belong. Just as important, teachers enjoy enormous professional and personal growth, seeing with new clarity how their own attitudes and actions help shape the next generation. Totally Positive Teaching is an inspirational guide to approaching each school day with new energy, insight, and satisfaction
Literacy strategies for grades 4-12 reinforcing the threads of reading by Karen Tankersley ( )
4 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 1,685 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
These easytouse classroom reading strategies are effective with English-speaking students in grades 4-12 and with English language learners of all ages
Connecting teachers, students, and standards strategies for success in diverse and inclusive classrooms by Deborah L Voltz ( )
4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 1,649 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Features a field-tested framework for teaching to ensure inclusion and differentiated instruction are in harmony with standards-based education
 
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controlled identity National Education Association of the United States

controlled identity National Education Association of the United States. Department of Supervision and Curriculum Development

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Asociación para la Supervisión y Desarrollo de Programas de Estudio
Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
National Education Association of the United States. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
National Education Association of the United States. Dept. of Supervision and Curriculum Development
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