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Management Pocketbooks
These books are written by trainers who know how to get their point across. Highly visual and quick to read, these pocket-sized books use checklists and bullet points to pack in a wealth of useful information. Geared toward staff and adults. Approximately 112 pages each. $14 each

Openers & Closers DMPOC
Positive Mental Attitude DMPPA

Stress DMPST2V
Teaching Thinking DMPTT

A Framework for Understanding Poverty
A Coginitive Approach
Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D. (All Grades)
Learn the many differences between impoverished, middle class, and wealthy students, then discover ways of applying your knowledge to more effectively teach students of all economic levels. Based on 24 years of research, you'll learn the role of language and story, the hidden rules among classes, and the characteristics of generational poverty. You'll understand how to help students choose role models and develop emotional resources, support systems, and positive relationships. You'll learn the best modes of discipline and the most effective methods of instruction to improve achievement. This book will give you the resources to relate to all students, regardless of social or economic class. 199 pages. DPFUP2V • $25

Learning by Doing
Handbook for Professional Learning Communities at Work™
Richard Dufour
Through continuous work with educators, the authors have created a more powerful, practical resource for moving forward in the PLC process. This book is an action guide for closing the knowing-doing gap and transforming schools into PLCs. It also includes seven major additions that equip educators with essential tools for confronting challenges. Build a shared knowledge of critical vocabulary and the concepts underlying key PLC terms. Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools necessary to model effective reciprocal accountability. Make honest assessments of your school by examining conventional practices from a fresh, critical perspective. Learn about the critical role central office educators have in the PLC process. Take immediate and specific steps to close the knowing-doing gap. Move beyond planning, and start doing. 304 pages. DDLBD3V • $40

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