Check out our fall lineup

August 31st, 2009

We have many exciting titles to look forward to in our fall lineup. You can find out more information about each by clicking on the links! Happy browsing!

A Sense of Belonging: Sustaining and Retaining New Teachers
Jennifer Allen
160 pp • $20.00 • Now available!
Literacy specialist and coach Jennifer Allen offers school leaders a road map for providing new teachers with relevant, purposeful, and systematic support as they tackle the challenges of their first months and years.

A Place for Wonder: Reading and Writing Nonfiction in the Primary Grades
Georgia Heard and Jennifer McDonough
216 pp • $20.00 • Avail. late September
Provides practical ways for teachers to create a classroom environment where students’ questions and observations are part of daily work—including “wonder centers,” gathering data though senses, teaching nonfiction craft, and creating a nonfiction book.

Conferring: The Keystone of Reader’s Workshop
Patrick Allen • 280 pp • $24.00 • Avail. early November
Argues that the benefits of conferring are well worth the effort of learning to do it well, explores the guiding principles of conferring, and provides questions that lead teachers through the reader’s conference from start to finish.

Metaphors & Analogies Power Tools for Teaching Any Subject
Rick Wormeli • 264 pp • $23.00 • Avail. early November
Shows teachers how to use metaphors and analogies strategically and for specific purposes, helping students discover, create, and deconstruct effective comparisons.

Igniting a Passion for Reading Successful Strategies for Building Lifetime Readers
Steven L. Layne • 184 pp • $19.00 • Avail. mid-December
Packed with practical ways to engage and inspire readers from kindergarten through high school. From read-alouds to creating reading lounges to author visits and more, this book will help schools create a vibrant reading culture.

What Student Writing Teaches Us: Formative Assessment in the Writing Workshop
Mark Overmeyer • 136 pp • $17.50
Available in print and online preview now!
A concise guide to using formative assessment effectively in the writing classroom, with practical suggestions for standards-based planning, offering a variety of feedback, student self-assessment, grading, and record-keeping.

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