Everyday Math (K-6)
E.M. UC Chicago
Key Curriculum Press
Jefferson Math Project
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Hands on Algebra
Singapore Math Tutoring
Parent Questions for Integrated Math
The Math Squad (Math+Art)
Fun Math Games for Kids
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Great Books Foundation
Core Knowledge Foundation
Fit N Healthy Schools
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Smithsonian Institution – The world’s largest museum complex and research organization composed of 19 museums, 9 research centers, and the National Zoo
Time for Kids
Science, technology and the future.
HippoCampus – HippoCampus offers multimedia lessons and course materials to help with instruction, homework and studies. Browse multimedia lessons or complete courses, and find help with topics covered in popular textbooks.
The History Channel
The Socratic Method Study Guide – The Socratic method of teaching is based on Socrates’ theory that it is more important to enable students to think for themselves than to merely fill their heads with “right” answers. Therefore, he regularly engaged his pupils in dialogues by responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers. This process encourages divergent thinking rather than convergent.
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
Channing Bete Prevention Programs
California Art Education Association (CAEA)
California Department of Education (CDE), Visual Arts
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Visual and Performing Arts Content Standards
Visual and Performing Arts Framework, K-12, 2004 (pdf)
Sir. Ken Robinson – The Element
Sir Ken Robinson – Finding Your Element
Carl Hobert – Raising Global IQ
Sal Kahn – Kahn Academy Transforms Education
John Hunter – 4th Graders and World Peace
Amanda Ripley – The Smartest Kids in the World
Tony Wagner – Why Creating Innovators Matters
Dan Siegel – The Power and the Purpose of the Teenage Brain
William Deresiewicz – The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life
Kim Bearden – Crash Course: The Life Lessons My Students Taught Me
Daniel J. Levitin – The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload
Elizabeth Green – Building a Better Teacher: How Teaching Works
Dr. Laurence Steinberg – Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence
National Middle School Assn.
Teacher Advancement Program
National Commission on Teaching Americas Future
The Leader in Me
7 Habits of Highly Effective Families
Mindset by Carol Dweck
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Disrupting Class byClayton M. Christensen
Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons byHoward Gardner
Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships by Daniel Goleman
Our Iceberg Is Melting byJohn Kotter, Holger Rathgeber, Peter Mueller, and Spenser Johnson
Who Moved My Cheeseby Spencer Johnson
How to Talk So Kids Can Learn by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish
Positive Discipline in the Classroom: Developing Mutual Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in Your Classroom by Jane Ed.D. Nelsen (Author), Lynn Lott (Author), H. Stephen Glenn (Author)
The Homework Myth by Alfie Kohn
Beyond Discipline: From Compliance to Community by Alfie Kohn
Edutopia: Success Stories for Learning in the Digital Age by The George Lucas Educational Foundation
Dumbing us Down by John Taylor Gatto
The Power of Diversity (Visions of Education S.)by Prashnig, Barbara
Don’t Move the Muffin Tins: A Hands-Off Guide to Art for the Young Child…
Psychology of Intelligence(Routledge Classics)
Theories of Childhood: An Introduction to Dewey, Montessori, Erikson, Piaget & Vygotsky
Thought and Language – Revised Edition
Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education: From Piaget to the Present Day (Fifty Key Thinkers) (Routledge Key Guides)
The More Ways You Teach the More Students You Reach: 86 Strategies for Differentiating Instruction
Differentiated Instruction: Different Strategies for Different Learners
Lunch Lessons: Changing the Way We Feed Our Children
Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food
What Works in Schools: Translating Research into Action
The Man Who Counted: A Collection of Mathematical Adventures
Math Trek: Adventures in the Math Zone
Fractals, Googols, and Other Mathematical Tales
Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire: The Methods and Madness Inside Room 56
Beyond the Bake Sale: The Essential Guide to Family/School Partnerships
An Ethic of Excellence: Building a Culture of Craftsmanship in Schools
Intelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century
Literacy Work Stations: Making Centers Work
A Room With a Different View: First Through Third Graders Build Community and Create Curriculum
Engaging Readers & Writers with Inquiry (Theory and Practice)
In the Mind’s Eye: Visual Thinkers, Gifted People With Dyslexia and Other Learning Difficulties, Computer Images and the Ironies of Creativity
Exceeding The Standards
Mislabeled Child, The: How Understanding Your Child’s Unique Learning Style Can Open the Door to Success
Math Wise!: Hands-On Activities and Investigations for Elementary Students
Mini-Lessons for Literature Circles
Give Me Half! (MathStart 2)
The Project Approach: Managing Successful Projects (Book 2) (Paperback) by Sylvia Chard (Author)
99 Activities And Greetings: Great For Morning Meeting… And Other Meetings, Too!
Classroom Spaces That Work (Strategies for Teachers Series, 3)
The First Six Weeks of School (Strategies for Teachers Series, 2)
Off to a Good Start: Launching the School Year (The Responsive Classroom Series, #1)
Rules in School (Strategies for Teachers, 4)
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Teaching the Restless: One School’s Remarkable no-Ritalin Approach to Helping Children Learn and Succeed
Carschooling : Over 350 Entertaining Games & Activities to Turn Travel Time into Learning Time
Recognition Without Rewards (Building Connections) (Paperback) by Caren Cameron (Author), Colleen Politano (Author), Daphne MacNaughton (Author), Betty Tate (Author)
Integrating Differentiated Instruction with Understanding by Design by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Jay McTighe. Published by Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
The Case for Constructivist Classrooms by Jacqueline Grennon Brooks and Martin G. Brooks 1999
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