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What's New in the Library is updated regularly and lists new items in the College library collection.

New In The Margaret Wilson Library June 2017

Assessing English language learners: bridges to educational equity: connecting academic language proficiency to student achievement
by Gottlieb, Margo,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, A SAGE Company, [2016]

The behavior code: a practical guide to understanding and teaching the most challenging students
by Minahan, Jessica, Rappaport, Nancy, 1959-
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Education Press, c2012.

The behavior code companion: strategies, tools, and interventions for supporting students with anxiety-related or oppositional behaviors
by Minahan, Jessica
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Education Press, [2014]

The big book of makerspace projects: inspiring makers to experiment, create, and learn
by Graves, Colleen,, Graves, Aaron.
New York: McGraw Hill Education, [2017]

Coaching conversations: transforming your school one conversation at a time
by Cheliotes, Linda Gross., Reilly, Marceta Fleming.
Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Corwin, c2010

Conversation compass: a teacher's guide to high-quality language learning in young children
by Curenton, Stephanie M.,
St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press, 2016

Cultivating communication in the classroom: future-ready skills for secondary students
by Johnson, Lisa (Lisa Ann),, Kawasaki, Guy, 1954-
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, a SAGE Publishing Company, [2017]

Cultivating STEM identities: strengthening student and teacher mindsets in math and science
by Hoffer, Wendy Ward,
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, [2016]

Dealing with difficult parents
by Whitaker, Todd, 1959-, Fiore, Douglas J., 1966-
New York, NY: Routledge, 2016

Diving deep into nonfiction: transferable tools for reading any nonfiction text: grades 6-12: 28 lessons on reader's rules of notice
by Wilhelm, Jeffrey D., 1959-, Smith, Michael W. (Michael William), 1954-
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Literacy, [2017]

Doing science in morning meeting: 150 quick activities that connect to your curriculum
by Webb, Lara, Wilson, Margaret Berry,, Responsive classroom.
Turner Falls, Mass.: Northeast Foundation for Children, 2016.

Drama & dance in the Canadian classroom
by Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON: Learning Tree Educational Store Inc. ; 2016

Engaging imagination in ecological education: practical strategies for teaching
by Judson, Gillian, 1973-,
Vancouver, BC: Pacific Educational Press, [2015]

Every young child a reader: using Marie Clay's key concepts for classroom instruction
by Gibson, Sharan A.,, Pinnell, Gay Su,, Moss, Barbara, 1950-
New York, NY Teachers College Press, Columbia University, [2016]

Hacking project based learning: 10 easy steps to PBL and inquiry in the classroom
by Cooper, Ross,, Murphy, Erin, 1968-
Cleveland, OH: Times 10 Publications, [2016]

History class revisited: tools and projects to engage middle school students in social studies
by Passanisi, Jody,
New York: Routledge, 2016.

How the special needs brain learns
by Sousa, David A.
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, [2016]

How to reach and teach children and teens with ADD/ADHD
by Rief, Sandra F.
San Francisco, California: Wiley, [2016]

The joy of missing out: finding balance in a wired world
by Crook, Christina,
Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers, [2015]

L'intelligence émotionnelle 2
by Goleman, Daniel.
Paris: J'ai lu, 2005, c1999.

La communication orale: une compétence à développer
by Green, Michael.
Anjou (Québec): Les Éditions CEC, [2014]

Learning as a way of leading: lessons from the struggle for social justice
by Brookfield, Stephen., Preskill, Stephen, 1950-
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, [2009]

Learning with nature: a how-to guide to inspiring children through outdoor games and activities
by Robb, Marina,, Mew, Victoria,, Richardson, Anna,
Cambridge: Green , 2015.

Lessons from Turtle Island: Native curriculum in early childhood classrooms
by Jones, Guy W., 1956-, Moomaw, Sally, 1948-
St. Paul, Minn.: Redleaf Press, c2002

New possibilities for the past: shaping history education in Canada
by Clark, Penney, 1950-
Vancouver: UBC Press, c2011.

Number talks. Fractions, decimals, and percentages: a multimedia professional learning resource
by Parrish, Sherry., Dominick, Ann (Ann McNamee)
Sausalito, California: Math Solutions, [2016]

One without the other: stories of unity through diversity and inclusion
by Moore, Shelley,
Winnipeg, Manitoba: Portage & Main Press, [2016]

Powerful readers: thinking strategies to guide literacy instruction in secondary classrooms
by Hadden, Kyla,, Gear, Adrienne,
Markham, Ontario: Pembroke Publishers, 2016.

Pre-referral intervention manual
by McCarney, Stephen B.,, Wunderlich, Kathy Cummins,, House, Samm N.,
Columbia, MO: Hawthorne Educational Services, Inc., [2014]

Purposeful play: a teacher's guide to igniting deep and joyful learning across the day
by Mraz, Kristine,, Porcelli, Alison,, Tyler, Cheryl, 1947-
Porstmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2016.

The reading strategies book: your everything guide to developing skilled readers
by Serravallo, Jennifer,
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, [2015]

Reflective practice for renewing schools: an action guide for educators
by York-Barr, Jennifer, 1958-, Sommers, William A., Ghere, Gail S., Montie, Jo,, Costa, Arthur L.
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, [2016]

Rethinking sexism, gender, and sexuality
by Butler-Wall, Annika,, Cosier, Kim,, Harper, Rachel L. S.,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: A Rethinking Schools Publication, [2016]

STEAM makers: fostering creativity and innovation in the elementary classroom
by Maslyk, Jacie,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, A SAGE Company, [2016]

Stop, think, act: integrating self-regulation in the early childhood classroom
by McClelland, Megan, Tominey, Shauna
New York: Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa business, [2016]

Substitute teaching?: everything you need to get the students on your side and teach them too! Ready-to-use tools, tips, and lesson ideas for every grade from K-8
by Yuill, Amanda,
Markham, Ontario: Pembroke Publishers, 2016.

Susanna Moodie: roughing it in the bush
by Dawson, Willow,
Toronto, ON: Second Story Press, [2016]

Take 5! for science: 150 prompts that build writing and critical-thinking skills
by Hagler, Kaye R.,, Jensen, Judy Elgin,
North Mankato, MN: Maupin House Publishing, Inc. by Capstone Professional, [2016]

Taking shape: activities to develop geometric and spatial thinking, grades K-2
by Moss, Joan., Bruce, Catherine D., Caswell, Bev., Flynn, Tara., Hawes, Zachary.
Toronto: Pearson, c2016.

Teach like Finland: 33 simple strategies for joyful classrooms
by Walker, Timothy D.,
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, [2017]

Teaching in the fast lane: how to create active learning experiences
by Rollins, Suzy Pepper,
Alexandria, Virginia: ASCD, [2017]

Teaching literacy in the visible learning classroom
by Fisher, Douglas, 1965-, Frey, Nancy, 1959-, Hattie, John,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, a SAGE company, [2017]

Time out: a teacher's year of reading, fighting, and four-letter words
by Shaw, Liane, 1959-
Toronto, Ontario: Second Story Press, 2014.

Visible learning for mathematics, grades K-12: what works best to optimize student learning
by Hattie, John,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Mathematics, [2017]

The way to school
by McCarney, Rosemary A,, Plan (Organization),
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Second Story Press, [2015]

Well played: building mathematical thinking through number and algebraic games and puzzles, grades 6-8
by Dacey, Linda Schulman, 1949-., Gartland, Karen., Lynch, Jayne Bamford.
Portland, Maine: Stenhouse Publishers, c2016

What we believe: practical theology for teachers. Study guide
by O'Reilly, Patricia, 1952-, Bertram, Ralph Edward, 1948-, Lavin, Margaret, 1950- What we believe.
Toronto: Novalis, c2009.

Why are school buses always yellow?: teaching for inquiry, K-8
by Barell, John,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, a SAGE company, [2016]

Words onscreen: the fate of reading in a digital world
by Baron, Naomi S.,
Oxford: Oxford University Press, [2015]

Worlds of making: best practices for establishing a makerspace for your school
by Fleming, Laura,
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, a SAGE company, [2015]

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