You might have a few or a lot of Stenhouse books on your bookshelf, but did you know that we have a treasure trove of free material on our website and social channels? Here are just a few. Go to Stenhouse.com to see even more!
Our study guides focus on a specific book and contain the discussion points and activities that form the foundation for workshops and study groups built around the book. And if you’re having trouble deciding what to do a book study on, check out what study guides we have available. It may help you decide if it is applicable to your teaching situation. Here is a list of what we have.
Read, Share, Teach Facilitation Guides
We call these PD resources Read, Share, Teach (RST) because we believe these actions lie at the heart of significant change in the teaching profession. The RST Facilitation Guides provide groups of educators with the structure and tools for running their own study groups focused on a group of related Stenhouse titles (including both books and videos). The guides are divided into multi-part workshops and provide step-by-step explanations for guided professional reading, collaborative activities, careful assessment of student work, and assignments for testing teaching strategies between sessions. Click HERE to learn more.
Stenhouse Book Study Facebook Group
Starting June 17, Stenhouse will launch its first book study with a six-week discussion of Literacy Essentials by Regie Routman. We will continue the book studies over the summer and throughout the school year, covering all content areas, across all grade levels. The study group will be held on a members-only Stenhouse Book Study Facebook group, found HERE. If you are interested in growing your professional expertise with some of the best resources and connecting with other educators, both in your community and across the country, then become a member today!
Patterns of Power Facebook Community
The Patterns of Power Community Facebook Group! is inspired by the popular resource, Patterns of Power by Jeff Anderson and Whitney La Rocca. While this group was created for teachers to share triumphs and challenges or seek advice about how to get the most out of Patterns of Power resources, we also want this group to serve as a judgement-free, safe place to connect and discuss all things grammar and its connections to reading and writing.
Education faculty nationwide have adopted Stenhouse professional books to supplement, and even replace, core textbooks. Why? Stenhouse titles are practical, grounded in research, affordable, and written by master teachers. See a list of colleges and universities already using our books. Under our college resources tab, you’ll find:
o Free Supplemental Materials
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