An essential guide for teachers and parents that’s destined to become a classic, The Art of Teaching Children is one of those rare and masterful books that not only defines a craft but offers a magical reading experience.
After more than thirty years in the classroom, award-winning teacher Phil Done decided that it was time to retire.
An award-winning journalist and literacy advocate provides a clear, step-by-step guide to helping your child thrive as a reader and a learner.
The students of today tell their stories of adversity and growth in letters to the original Freedom Writers—authors of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Freedom Writers Diary—who write supportive and powerful letters in response.
A call to action that pulls together all of Sir Ken Robinson’s key messages and philosophies, and that challenges and empowers readers to re-imagine our world, and our systems, for the better.
A surprising and deeply researched look at how everyone can develop tech fluency by focusing on five easily developed learning habits.
Picture a typical computer geek. Likely white, male, and someone you’d say has a “natural instinct” for technology.
Help your child unlock their math potential with this intuitive guide to teaching new math
Teaching Your Kids New Math, K-5 For Dummies makes it easy to understand the new math being taught to students in kindergarten to Grade 5, showing parents and guardians how to help their kids with the new methods and concepts that have been introduced since they finished school.
More than 47,000 copies sold of the first two editionsWith new chapters and updates from early childhood leaders Deb Curtis and Margie Carter invite early childhood educators to learn the art and skill of observation.
How we organize children by ability in schools is often rooted in ableism.
Why children should be taught coding not as a technical skill but as a new literacy—a way to express themselves and engage with the world.
This timely and relevant book focuses on the societal impact of the pandemic on children and the educational, social and psychological services that function to support them. It acknowledges the constant change and adaptation required in real time and provides the basis for a start to the discussion about the effects of COVID-19 on families and everyone involved with 'school life'.
Longlisted for the PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction
Winner of the Goddard Riverside Stephan Russo Book Prize for Social Justice
Customize lesson plans, boost student engagement, and give elementary school kids a thirst for knowledge with this classroom-ready and teacher-friendly guide to student-centered learning.
Student-centered learning, or the concept of giving students a more active role in their own learning, is taking the education world by storm.