Nancie Atwell - 1998 - 546 pages
When first published in 1987, this seminal work was widely hailed for its honest examination of how teachers teach, how students learn, and the gap that lies in between. In ...
Dan Kirby, Tom Liner, Ruth Vinz - 1988 - 271 pages
This second edition of a widely used teacher text about helping junior and senior high school students learn to write brings to the fore many of the refinements about writing ...
Heather Lattimer - 2003 - 290 pages
Being able to read and write in a variety of genres is a common requirement for today's students.Thinking Through Genresupports English teachers who seek to engage their ...
Sheridan D. Blau - Education - 2003 - 242 pages
In this groundbreaking book, Sheridan Blau introduces the literature workshop as the most effective approach to solving many of the classic instructional problems.
Howard Gardner - Education - 1993 - 304 pages
Explains the concept of multiple intelligences, describes educational applications of the theory, and discusses its implications for future trends in teaching