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ResPoNse to iNteRveNtioN (Rti) FREE Reference Guide See page 86

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Joseph Casbarro, Ph.D.

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Autism Spectrum Disorders: Building Foundation Skills in Mathematics

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iNcLusioN Inclusive Preschool and Kindergarten Paula Kluth Preschool and kindergarten classrooms are unique. It is often more active than other classrooms, it may hold a wider

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-K

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Inclusion Succeeds with Effective Strategies! Toby Karten ~ presenter and author of several best selling books on inclusion, based on over 30 years of classroom experience!

Toby Karten

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studeNt suPPoRt Test Preparation: A Teacher’s Guide Joseph Casbarro, Ph.D.

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diffeReNtiated iNstRuctioN Differentiated Instruction:

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sPeciaL ed Law/sectioN 504 What Educators & Parents Need to Know About Special Education Law Karen Norlander, Esq.

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Grades K-12

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Gifted Education Strategies for All Joseph Renzulli, Ph.D. & Marcia Gentry, Ph.D.

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Grades K-12

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Multiple Intelligences (MI): Pathways to Success Thomas R. Hoerr, Ph.D.

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The Brain Compatible Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide Patricia Wolfe

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sociaL emotioNaL LeaRNiNG School Climate:

Building Safe, Supportive and Engaging Classrooms & Schools Jonathan Cohen, Ph.D. & Maurice Elias, Ph.D.

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Character Matters

In Classrooms, at School, at Home Edward DeRoche, Ph.D.

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BuLLyiNG PReveNtioN Bullying Prevention for Students with Disabilities

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An Educator’s Guide to Bullying Prevention Kenneth Shore, Psy.D today. Designed for teachers and other school professionals interested in tri-fold laminated guide includes the following topics:

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LGBTQ Youth:

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Vincent Pompei

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cLassRoom/BehavioR maNaGemeNt Autism: Classroom Success with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

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Wendy Ashcroft This resource provides information on using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder especially recommended for students with ASD.

ABA in their classrooms, especially those who are consulting with Board

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Classroom Management:

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techNoLoGy iPad™: Enhancing Learning & Communication for Students with Special Needs

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Assistive Technology:

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teacheR tRaiNiNG Coach

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A New Teacher’s Survival Guide: Avoiding the Common Pitfalls

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PaReNts/coLLeGe tRaNsitioN A Teacher’s Guide to Working With Parents Kenneth Shore, Psy.D. Parent satisfaction is an indicator of success for all stakeholders in the education of children—The Board, Administrators, Teachers, Para-professionals and the provides tips and information on key strategies for teachers to communicate with

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eaRLy chiLdhood Behavior Management in Early Childhood: Guidance

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Understanding Common Core Standards John Kendall

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commoN coRe staNdaRds/assessmeNt Aligning Your Curriculum to the Common Core State Standards Joe Crawford Included are helpful charts and graphs

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commoN coRe staNdaRds Strategies for Struggling Learners in the Era of CCSS & RTI Jim Wright From the author of the acclaimed RTI Toolkit and creator of

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Applying Differentiation Strategies featuring Wendy Conklin Learn to deliver effective differentiated instruction to diverse learners with this exclusive teachers in real classrooms including:

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Dare to Differentiate: Vocabulary Strategies for All Students, 3rd Ed. Danny Brassell, Ph.D.

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diffeReNtiated iNstRuctioN

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Differentiated Instruction in Action

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Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Writing in the Content Areas: A Multimedia Kit for Professional Development, 2nd Ed. Carolyn Chapman & Rita King Use this comprehensive multimedia kit to show how teachers can effectively use students’ mastery of content. Included in this kit: across grade levels/content areas. discussion questions, workshop activities, handouts and agendas digital copy of the entire facilitator guide. 2009, Multimedia Kit Item # DSWC-SP14

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Planning and Organizing Standards-Based Differentiated Instruction, 2nd Ed.

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A Multimedia Kit for Professional Development William N. Bender This multimedia kit features the 2nd edition Differentiating Disabilities, and provides print and visual tools to promote and teach differentiation

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Differentiated Instruction Guide for Inclusive Teaching

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Anne Moll, Ed.D.

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Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities

scaffolding, differentiating assessment, self-monitoring, self-managing, peer tutoring, and more. Includes: Facilitator’s Guide, DVD, VHS (40 minutes), and Companion Book Item # DDIS-SP14 $299.95

Program 1: Elementary School Program 2: Middle School Program 3: High School

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diffeReNtiated iNstRuctioN Applied Differentiation: Making it Work in the Classroom

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implement differentiation

RTI & DI: The Dynamic Duo featuring Lynn Heintzman and Helene Hanson Response To Intervention (RTI) and Differentiated Instruction (DI) are two powerful approaches for addressing the needs of all DVD learners. They share many common elements, including their student-centered focus

environment of differentiation

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Differentiating Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities,

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Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Reading in the Content Areas, 2nd Edition

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The Common Sense of Differentiation:

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classes to see how a differentiated approach helps to identify the learning needs of students and Program 1, Discovering Learner Needs, examines how teachers identify/understand learner and Using ongoing assessment to understand each student’s progress toward essential goals. Program 2, Techniques for Adjusting Instruction, helps teachers explore techniques for addressing students’ diverse learning needs.

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cuRRicuLum & iNstRuctioN Mentoring Matters:

Teach Like A Champion: 49 Techniques That Put Students on the Path to College

A Practical Guide to LearningFocused Relationships Laura Lipton & Bruce Wellman

Doug Lemov guide your program, as well as sample

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Reading in the Content Areas DVD

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Response to Intervention: Principles and Strategies for Effective Practice, 2nd Edition Rachel Brown-Chidsey & Mark W. Steege 2010, soft cover, 210 pages Item # RTIN-SP14 $35.00

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ResPoNse to iNteRveNtioN (Rti) Simplifying Response To Intervention Austin Buffum, Mike Mattos & Chris Weber Based on four essential guiding concentrated instruction, convergent assessment, and certain access— and with their experience working with hundreds of schools in North compliance-oriented, test-score-driven approaches fail—and then show how to create an RTI model that works. They address considerations for district leadership as well. 2011, soft cover, 232 pages Item # SRIN-SP14

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Data-Based Decision Making, 3rd Edition

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RTI in the Early Grades:

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RTI: The Classroom Connection for Literacy— Reading Intervention and Measurement

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Keys to Success in Elementary Classrooms Mary E. Little, Ph.D.

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RTI for English Language Learners:

Seth Aldrich, Ph.D.

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Understanding, Differentiation and Support

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data LiteRacy/assessmeNt The Data Coach’s Guide to Improving Learning:

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Cheryl James-Ward, Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey & Diane Lapp

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Common Sense Assessment in the Classroom Lynda Rice

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Balanced Assessment: From Formative to Summative Kay Burke Learn how to integrate formative and summative assessments seamlessly into instruction. Research, strategies, and examples help teachers monitor, grade, and 2010, soft cover, 176 pages Item # BAAS-SP14

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The Formative Assessment Action Plan:

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This comprehensive guide gives teachers what they need to effectively implement assessment in the classroom with helpful ultimately improve student learning. 2013, soft cover, 200 pages Item # CSAC-SP14 $21.99

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iNcLusioN INCLUSION:

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Behavior Solutions for the Inclusive Classroom Beth Aune, et al.

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the norm in general

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55 Tactics for Implementing RTI in Inclusive Settings Pam Campbell, Adam Wang & Bob Algozzine

INCLUSION:

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Michael Giangreco, et al. educational planning choice for students ages 3-21 in support general education settings. Professionals and families will have an effective process to

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Educational Planning for Students with Disabilities, 3rd Ed.

educational plans that promote inclusive opportunities for students with a range of

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COACH—Choosing Outcomes & Accommodations for Children: A Guide to

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The Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success Peggy A. Hammeken

Filled with practical pick-up and use teacher-tested strategies that are appropriate for students with special needs, at-risk students and for students who need additional support in the classroom environment. 2007, soft cover, 344 pages Item # TGIE-SP14 $39.95

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iNcLusioN Brain-Compatible Practices for the Classroom: Special Education Dr. Pat Wolfe training program that transforms theory into practice and addresses some of the most challenging issues facing educators today, such as: See page 22 for Brain differentiate instruction? Compatible Practices for the memory and understanding? Classroom (Grades K-6) emotions Response To Intervention (RTI)

DVD 2008, DVD, 56 minutes

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The Speech-Language Pathologist’s Handbook for Inclusive School Practice Julie Causton, Ph.D. & Chelsea P. Tracy-Bronson, M.A.

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The Principal’s Handbook for Leading Inclusive Schools, 3rd Ed. J. Causton, Ph.D. & G. Theoharis, Ph.D. This essential guide

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Teacher’s Guides to Inclusive Practices—Modifying Schoolwork, 3rd Ed.

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Loui Lord Nelson

Planning and Teaching Using UDL

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strategies, case studies, and planning tools, this hands-on guide will help teachers deliver effective universal instruction in core content

2014, soft cover, 168 pages Item # PHLI-SP14

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teachers a reader-friendly UDL primer and a practical framework for implementation, with detailed guidelines on lesson planning and checkpoints that help them stay on track. 2014, soft cover, 168 pages Item # DEDE-SP14 $29.95

Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom See page 15 Paula Kluth

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iNcLusioN Winning Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms (Elementary)

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Staff Training DVD

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7 Effective Strategies for Secondary Inclusion

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Demystifying Secondary Inclusion: Powerful Schoolwide & Classroom Strategies

featuring Lisa Dieker, Ph.D., Professor and Lockheed Martin Eminent Scholar Chair at University of Central Florida

Lisa Dieker, Ph.D. Standards on the educational environment,

DVD

a practical and comprehensive resource for teachers, administrators, and staff developers interested in turning their secondary schools into a successful learning environment through effective inclusion.

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Demystifying

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Classroom Strategies.

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Literacy Instruction for Inclusive Classrooms

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Paula Kluth & Kelly Chandler-Olcott

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See pages 64-65

on how to enhance literacy instruction for all students within inclusive classroom environments. See page 15 for full description. 2012, 4-page Laminated Reference Guide, 8 1/2” x 11” Item # LIIC-SP14 Discount Pricing for all guides: 1-10 @ $12.95 each; 11-24 @ $10.95 each; 25+ @ $9.95 each

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iNcLusioN Resources featuring Toby Karten ~ presenter and author of several best selling books on inclusion, based on over 30 years of classroom experience!

Toby Karten

Common Core Standards:

Unique Practices for Inclusive Classrooms Englis

h Lang Grade uage Arts s K-5

Mathematics Grades K-5

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Inclusion Succeeds with Effective Strategies! Students in inclusive classrooms possess a common desire, and adults. Educators also face a common desire, and that is to meet students’ cognitive and emotional needs within challenging, yet supportive inclusive environments. These guides offer successful ways to help students gain academic

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Inclusion Lesson Plan Book for the 21st Century

Research-Based Methods for the Classroom, 2nd Ed.

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Inclusion Coaching for Collaborative Schools

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iNcLusioN Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom Paula Kluth This reference guide is designed to help educators support students developmental disorder, Rett syndrome) in inclusive classrooms and schools. All of the ideas presented are appropriate for students in grades

Paula Kluth

presenter/consultant, this guide provides a wide range of ideas for:

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“A valuable tool! This guide should be on the desk of every teacher who is working to include a student with autism. Full of hundreds of creative and respectful strategies. A fantastic quick and easy to use resource!” —Christi Kasa-Hendrickson, Professor, University of Colorado

Literacy Instruction for Inclusive Classrooms

Paula Kluth & Kelly Chandler-Olcott This laminated reference guide on how to enhance literacy instruction for all students within inclusive classroom environments. Packed with practical strategies, this guide

2012, 4-page Laminated Reference Guide, 8 1/2” x 11” Item # LIIC-SP14

Teaching Students with Classic Autism Functional Social Skills in Natural Settings: A Program Based on Individualized Comprehensive Assessment and Evidence-Based Practices

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Technology Tools for Students with Autism: Innovations that Enhance Independence & Learning

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Social Skills Games & Activities for Kids with Autism Wendy Ashcroft teachers through motivating, prompting, shaping, modeling, and reinforcing social skills while playing the games and helping students learn to participate in other activities such as demonstrating the social skill in role plays and the natural environment. 2013, soft cover, 216 pages Item # SSGA-SP14 $19.95

A Guide to Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Volume 7 Darlene Perner & Monica Delano, Eds. students with ASD a full range of social, self-help, language, reading, writing and math skills, on par with what their typically developing classmates are learning. Each chapter provides practical information, with 2013, soft cover, 174 pages Item # GTSA-SP14

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co-teachiNG Resources featuring Dr. Marilyn Friend Marilyn Friend, Ph.D., has spent her career as a general education teacher, special education teacher, researcher, professor, administrator, teacher educator, and staff developer. She is professor emerita of education

Dr. Marilyn Friend

inclusive practices. She is the author of the newly released laminated reference guide, Co-Teaching:

DVD

DVD

DVD

More Power!

Instruction in Co-Taught Classrooms

Releasing the Power!

District and School-Based Leaders on Inclusive Schooling and Co-Teaching

approaches Dr. Friend made famous in the dimensions of effective instructional practices across K-12 settings. This next generation of co-teaching empowers teachers and gives students a richer and deeper classroom strategies, and demonstrates how to get more power from co-teaching to improve outcomes to appropriate video segments and draw on the digital facilitator’s guide to encourage discussion of the many ideas presented. 2010, DVD, 160 minutes (includes Bonus Section—Brief review of the 6 Co-Teaching approaches) Item # DMPO-SP14 $189.00

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Instructional Power!

Co-Teachers Share Instructional Techniques A collection of simple yet effective strategies and ideas for increasing student

created, and implemented a district-wide

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discuss, in practical detail, the expectations, challenges, and supports necessary to ensure all students are learning in co-taught

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during instruction, and the impact that outcome. 2010, DVD, 32 minutes Item # DINP-SP14

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co-teachiNG Additional Resources by Dr. Marilyn Friend

Co-Teaching:

Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes

Co-TeaChing

NEW 2014

STRATEGIES TO

IMPROVE STUDENT by Marilyn

Friend

OUTCOMES

CO-TEACHING BAS What is Co-Tea

ching?

on co-teaching, comes a new and exciting laminated reference guide designed to provide the latest information needed to ensure that co-teaching leads to improved student outcomes.

ICS

Why Co-Teach?

What Practices

evolved rapidly over the past several years and educators need to incorporate the newest and most effective strategies into their practice.

are Related to—b

ut Distinct from—

Co-Teaching?

1 Copyright © 2014

each professional within the co-teaching model, the role of specially designed instruction in the co-taught classroom, and presents examples of co-teaching as a strategy for

Grades K-12

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The Power of Two, 2nd Edition

2005, 2 DVDs, 173 minutes

DVD

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PoveRty Teaching with Poverty in Mind Elementary and Secondary

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Allan L. Beane, Ph.D.

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authoR/PReseNteR iNdex Aldrich, S. ............................................... ............................................... Armstrong, T. .................................................. Ashcroft, W. .......................................... Aune, B. .......................................................... Bailey, K..........................................................35 Barrett, A............................................... Basso, D. ................................................... Beane, A.L. ..................................................... ..................................................35 Bender, W. ............................................ .............................................. Berry, A. .......................................................... Billingsley, B.S. ...............................................61 Boser, K. .........................................................53 Bowers, E. ......................................................66 .................................................... Brassell, D. ..................................................... Broun, L. .................................................... .......................................... Buehler, B. ...................................................... Buffum, A. ....................................................... Burke, K. .................................................... ..................................................... .....................................................35 ................................................... ................................................... ............................. ...............................50,59 ............................................. .................................................. ........................................................23 ................................................ .............................................63 ..............................................33,61 ........................................................ .................................................... ................................................... ..................................... Dawson, P.......................................................63 Dean, S........................................................... Denman, G.A. ................................................. DeRoche, E. ...................................................23 Dieker, L. ......................................... ................................................. Doll, B. ............................................................ ........................................................59 Drew, N. .......................................................... ................................................23 Fisher, D. ......................................... ..................................................... Frankel, F. .......................................................62 French, N. .................................................. Frey, N. ........................................................... Friedlander, B. ...................................... ........................................ ..................................................... ................................................. Glasgow, N. ....................................................

Goleman, D. ................................................... ..................................................... ..................................................... .................................................. Gregory, G. .....................................................39 Grossi, T. ........................................................69 ..................................................... ............................................29,69 ........................................... ............................................10,19,30 ...................................................... .......................................................66 ............................................ ...........................................................69 .................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................25 .........................................................51 ..........................................................22 ................................................. ..........................................66 ............................................................9 ......................................................... .....................................................61 ......................................................... .............................................. .......................................................50 ............................................. ..................................................... ........................................................62 Kanold, T.D. ....................................................36 Karten, T. ................................... ....................................................63 ........................................................... Kemp, K. .......................................... .......................................................33 Kluth, P. ...................................15,16,50,5,53,62 Kohn, A. .......................................................... ................................................. .......................................................... .................................................61 Lane, K.L. ....................................................... ................................................. Lavoie, R. .......................................................60 Lemov, D. ....................................................... Lerer, R. ..........................................................12 Lickona, T. ...................................................... Lipsky, D. ........................................................ Lipton, L. ......................................................... ................................................ .......................................................... Love, N. .................................................. Luecking, R.....................................................69 .......................................................... ............................................... ...................................................... ......................................................... ............................................. .....................................................

.......................................................63 ................................................30 ............................................................ Nelson, L. .......................................................50 Nevin, A. .........................................................59 Norlander, K............................................... ................................................... .................................................... ......................................................... Peek, F............................................................ ..................................................... ......................................................... Perner, D. .......................................................53 ........................................................... Pinto, L.E. ....................................................... ................................................. Potts, E.A........................................................ ................................................... .................................................. ..................................................... Rathvon, N...................................................... Reid, R............................................................61 ......................................................29,69 ................................................. Rice, L. ........................................................... Rief, S. .............................................20,21,60,63 Riley-Tillman, T. .............................................. .........................................................66 ........................................................ Salovey, P. ................................................. Sammons, L. .................................................. ......................................................... ................................................. .................................................53 Shogren, K.A. .................................................69 Shore, K............................ ....................................................... Stahl, K.A.D. ................................................... ................................................... .................................................. ..............................................61,69 .............................................. ................................................... Tileston, D. ..................................................... .................................................. Trump, K.S. .................................................... ...................................................... ......................................................... Warren, P. .......................................................31 ........................................................ Wiggins, G. ..................................................... Wilkerson, K.L. ...............................................61 .................................................... Wolfe, P. ............................................... ....................................................69 ......................................................... ...............................

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............11 ....12 RTI and the Paraeducator’s Roles ........... RTI Applications: Assessment, Analysis ........ ............................ RTI Approach to Evaluating Learning ............61 ..................... ..................10 ................................... ....... .............................10 ..................... ...................................30 ....................................................11 RTI for English Language Learners.......... ..................................13 ............................ RTI in the Early Grades ................................. .................................................. ........ ........................11 ......... ........11 RTI Strategies for Secondary Teachers ......... RTI Success in Secondary Schools .............. RTI Tackles Reading ..................................... RTI Tackles the LD Explosion ........................ RTI—Three Tiers of Behavior ........................ RTI Toolkit: A Practical Guide for Schools ..... Safe and Peaceful Schools ........................... .................. .................. ..........35 Science Study Guides ...................................31 ....21 .............21 Self-Advocacy Skills for Students .............29,69 ......69 ...62 Simplifying Response To Intervention ........... Skillful Inquiry/Data Team ................................9 .......................................63 .......... .......53 Social Skills Success/Students with Autism ....62 ....50 ............................................. ..... Strategies for Struggling Learners ............ Strategy Instruction for Students ...................61 Study Tools .................................................... ................ Successful Applications of Brain-Based ........ Survival Guide for New Special Educators ....61

Teacher’s Guides to Inclusive Practices ........50 Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education......... Teacher’s Guide to Working With Parents .....29 .....33 Teaching English Language Learners ...........66 ............ Teaching Students with Autism .................15,53 .........53 Teaching Transition Skills ..............................69 ....................... ................................. Technology Tools for Students with Autism ...53 ..... Test Preparation: A Teacher’s Guide .............19 ....................... ................................ .................................29 Transition Time Activities:Fun Learning .........30 .....33 Understanding Emotions ............................... ...... Using Data to Focus Instructional.................. Using Data to Improve Learning for All .......... Using Formative Assessment in the RTI ....... ............69 .....21 What Everyone Needs/School Boards ..........12 What Successful Teachers Do....................... ....... ......51 ......................69 .......................62

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