September 4th, 2015
Here is what some influential bloggers and reviewers have written recently about our books. Visit their sites for more PD recommendations and teaching tips!
Teacher’s Toolbox highly recommends Making Number Talks Matter by Cathy Humphreys and Ruth Parker and calls it “a powerful resource to have in your teacher’s toolbox as you use Number Talks with your students”:
The 8th-grade teacher behind New England States blog calls Teaching Arguments a “win-win” for the way Jennifer Fletcher “gives [students] the tools to not only criticize a writer’s logic and word choice, but to read more like writers—a payoff in English as well as social studies, science, math, and I-don’t-care-what-subject-you-throw-at-me”:
Stenhouse author Stacey Shubitz describes Sharing the Blue Crayon as a book that “inspired [her] as both an educator and a person.” She adds, “[Mary Anne] Buckley provides suggestions and choices rather than one way of teaching students social and emotional skills”:
Midwest Book Review agrees that Sharing the Blue Crayon is “a pick for any education collection” describing it as “a unique survey that integrates emotional with literary objectives and uses concrete suggestions to help teachers see solid results”:
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