The Resource Best practices for elementary classrooms : what award-winning teachers do, [edited by] Randi Stone

Best practices for elementary classrooms : what award-winning teachers do, [edited by] Randi Stone

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Best practices for elementary classrooms : what award-winning teachers do
Title
Best practices for elementary classrooms
Title remainder
what award-winning teachers do
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[edited by] Randi Stone
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Language
eng
Summary
  • Part I: Classroom management, scheduling, and community involvement : Building the atmosphere / Elizabeth Grelle Kruso, grades K-3 (Illinois) -- Creating a thematic classroom environment / Tony Nichols, grades K-3+ (West Virginia) -- Transition time / Ginger Mendenhall, grades K-4 (Oklahoma) -- People at work / KJ Bailey, grades 1-4 (Florida) -- Differentiating instruction in regular and inclusive classrooms : Considering special education : creative scheduling, classroom management, and inclusion / Kendra Jiles, grades K-3 (South Carolina) -- Mix and match / Ginger Mendenhall, grades K-5+ (Oklahoma) -- Personal education plan (PEP) books / Sharla Steever, grades K-5+ (South Dakota) -- Learning to teach inclusion / Brandy Bailey, grades K-5+ (Mississippi) -- Differentiation using story cubes / Kelly Higgins, grades 2-5 (Illinois) -- Using technology in the classroom : Technology for a varied and more interesting classroom / Helen Melvin, grades K-5+ (Maine) -- Incorporating technology into the reading and writing curriculum / Marianne Morin, grades 3-4 (New York) -- Technological inventions research and PowerPoint project / LeAnn Morris, grades 3-5 (Nevada) -- Video production in the classroom / Michael Flynn, grades K-5+ (Massachusetts)
  • Part II: Teaching math and science : Teaching science : Huff and puff / Karin Huttsell, grades K-2 (Indiana) -- Awareness of wildlife / Marianne Sipe, grades 1-3 (Tennessee) -- Student-expert groups / Carol Brueggeman, grade 2 (Colorado) -- What's it worth to you? / Diana A. Minor, grades 2-3 (Missouri) -- Pond Partners : water quality investigations / Wendy Smith, grades 2-4 (New York) -- Using mysteries to teach science inquiry / Frieda Taylor Aiken, grades 2-4 (Georgia) -- Journey with the loggerheads / Nancy Bryant, grades 2-5+ (North Carolina) -- Inquiry and integration / Amy Nicholl, grades 3-5 (Colorado) -- Scientific investigations driving by "inquiry" / Debbie Easley, grade 5 (Alabama) -- Teaching math : Schoolwide math motivators / Lisa M. Hall, grades K-5 (Virginia) -- Differentiationi in kindergarten geometry / Barb A.Egbert, kindergarten (Missouri) -- Using writing to teach math / Ganna Maymind, grades 1-5 (New Jersey) -- Patterns with toothpicks / Deb guthrie, grades 2-5 (Minnesota) -- Math-a-thon / Kelli Higgins, grades 2-5 (Illinois) -- Problem solving / Debbie Gordon, grades 3-5 (Arizona) -- Exploring side lengths of triangles and quadrilaterals / Pam Cyr, grade 5 (Vermont) -- Fundraiser math / Shari Kaneshiro, grade 5 (Hawaii)
  • Part III: Teaching reading and writing : Teaching reading : The elementary teacher-librarian: a job defined by the needs of the school / Peggy J. Billiard, grades K-5 (Indiana) -- Total physical response (TPR): learning vocabulary through movement / Jodi Jari, grades 1-5, ESL (Wisconsin) -- Nonfiction guided reading lesson / Maranda Alcala, grades 2-3 (Oregon) -- Reading assessment menu / Reid Nunn, grades 4-5 (New Mexico) -- Nonfiction electronic book / Karen Ann Brown, grades 4-5+ (Colorado) -- Teaching writing : Kindergarten authors / Renee Borden, kindergarten (Tennessee) -- Teaching writing: what works / Nikki Salvatico, grades K-2 (Pennsylvania) -- Succeeding with reading and writing instruction for multilevel classrooms / Kendra Jiles, grades K-5 (South Carolina) -- Multigenre writing / Karen Ann Brown, grades 4-5+, gifted (Colorado) -- Creating villains to create great narratives / Andrea Payan, grades 4-5 (Wisconsin) -- Breakfast biographies / Tammy Spratt, grades 4-5 (Kentucky) -- An inquiry approach to writing memoir / Stacy Gardner Dibble, grades 4-5 (Minnesota) -- Found poetry / Kim Tredick, grade 5 (California) -- The "big" poem / Sue Davis Pope, grade 5 (Utah)
  • Part IV: Teaching social studies, music, art, and physical education : Teaching social studies : Cultural diversity in our community: past and present : Christopher R. Shadle, grades K-4 (Ohio) -- Prejudice against African Americans during the time of segregation / Kim Heckart, grade 3 (Iowa) -- Current events: learning about our world / Karen Ann Bowen, grades 4-5+, gifted (Colorado) -- Inaugural poetry through elementary school publications / Luella L. Atkins, grades 4-5+ (Missouri) -- How simulations and impersonations inspire students / Heather E. Robinson, grade 5 (Arizona) -- Archi-techs: learning U.S. history through architecture / Eileen Biegel, grade 5 (Florida) -- Immigration: was your name changed at Ellis Island? / Tammy Spratt, grade 5 (Kentucky) -- Teaching music, art, and physical education : Celebrating music / Heather Robinson, grades 4-5+ (Arizona) -- A taste of music: concert ideas / Denese Odegaard, grade 5 (North Dakota) -- Progressive portraits / Susan Menkes, grades K-6 (New York) -- The motor lab and sensory tools for the classroom / Cindy L. Hodgeson, grades K-4 (Arizona) -- Brain exercises / Tammy Haggerty Jones, grades K-5 (Illinois)
Cataloging source
CCPLG
Dewey number
372.1102
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illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Stone, Randi
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  • Elementary school teachers
  • Elementary school teaching
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Best practices for elementary classrooms : what award-winning teachers do, [edited by] Randi Stone
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Contents
Classroom management, scheduling, and community involvement -- Differentiating instruction in regular and inclusive classrooms -- Using technology in the classroom -- Teaching science -- Teaching math -- Teaching reading -- Teaching writing -- Teaching social studies -- Teaching music, art, and physical education
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 233 pages
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9781632205421
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(pbk.)
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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illustrations
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  • (OCoLC)915777343
  • 560289
  • (OCoLC)ocn915777343
  • 560289
Label
Best practices for elementary classrooms : what award-winning teachers do, [edited by] Randi Stone
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Classroom management, scheduling, and community involvement -- Differentiating instruction in regular and inclusive classrooms -- Using technology in the classroom -- Teaching science -- Teaching math -- Teaching reading -- Teaching writing -- Teaching social studies -- Teaching music, art, and physical education
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 233 pages
Isbn
9781632205421
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)915777343
  • 560289
  • (OCoLC)ocn915777343
  • 560289

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