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Tell Us What You Think at ASCD, March 15th-17th

Are you attending the ASCD conference on March 15th-17th? If so, we want to talk with you! We want to know what you think about Professional Development to better focus our efforts on bringing you oustanding resources from the top thought … Read more.

Meet our Authors at ASCD

Going to the ASCD Conference in Los Angeles, March 15-17? Visit the Wiley Booth #807  to Meet the Authors. Check out our latest Common Core, literacy, and leadership materials. Order at the booth or online to save 30% (with free … Read more.

Education Week webinar with Doug Lemov, 2/19

Doug Lemov has spent much of his career trying to figure out what makes great teachers great—and through his research, he’s determined that much of it comes down to the concrete techniques teachers use to manage their classrooms. In a … Read more.

PODCAST: What Are the Habits of Lifelong Readers, How Do We Instill Them?

Larry Ferlazzo talks with Donalyn Miller about close reading, Common Core, empowering students to be readers, and her popular reading books, The Book Whisperer, and Reading in the Wild. LISTEN HERE! Donalyn Miller has worked with a variety of upper … Read more.

Michael Fullan’s new book The Principal – an excerpt

The Principal: Three Keys to Maximizing Impact by Michael Fullan Chapter One: Outmoded The learning fates of principals, teachers, and students are intimately interrelated—and in the past decade, the conditions for mutual learning in schools have been seriously eroding. Students … Read more.

Elizabeth Laugeson discusses her new book, The Science of Making Friends

Author, Elizabeth Laugeson discusses her new book, The Science of Making Friends — a life-changing  program for helping socially challenged teens and young adults navigate the social scene.

Ellen Behrstock-Sherratt

  Ellen Behrstock-Sherratt, PhD, is a senior policy analyst on educator quality at the American Institutes for Research. She led the Everyone at the Table: Engaging Teachers in Evaluation Reform initiative to increase teachers’ engagement in the process of designing … Read more.

Technology in the New American High School

Ted Sizer, author of The New American High School, argues “The oldest stricture applies to the newest mechanism.” Take a look at his thoughtful analysis of technology in the chapter excerpt below. Books are technologies

Jossey-Bass Authors Around the Web

If you missed our updates on Facebook or Twitter, here’s what some of our authors have been up to recently: Donalyn Miller is on a blog tour, supporting Reading in the Wild. Check out the book trailer at Mr. Schu’s … Read more.

Highlights from NBC’s Education Nation

Highlights from NBC’s Education Nation By Ellen Behrstock-Sherratt, Ph.D., (American Institutes for Research) and Allison Rizzolo (Public Agenda) This October, NBC’s Education Nation program made teacher voice in policy-making a central theme during their annual Teacher Town Hall and Summit. … Read more.