Education

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  1. Book ImageThe School Discipline Fix: Changing Behavior Using the Collaborative Problem Solving Approach

    J. Stuart Ablon, Alisha R. Pollastri

    A complete guide to a paradigm-shifting model of school discipline.  Disruptive students need problem-solving skills, not punishment.More

  2. Book ImageDifficult Students and Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom: Teacher Responses That Work

    Vance Austin, PhD, Daniel Sciarra, PhD

    Attachment-based strategies for reaching and teaching disruptive, difficult, and emotionally challenged students.More

  3. Book ImageThe School Upon a Hill: Education and Society in Colonial New England

    James Axtell

    “Provides a provocative new insight into the changing pattern of New England cultural and social history.” —William and Mary QuarterlyMore

  4. Book ImageThe Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had

    Susan Wise Bauer

    Updated and Expanded

    The enduring and engaging guide to educating yourself in the classical tradition.More

  5. Book ImageThe Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home

    Susan Wise Bauer, Jessie Wise

    Fourth Edition

    Is your child getting lost in the system, becoming bored, losing his or her natural eagerness to learn? If so, it may be time to take charge of your child’s education—by doing it yourself.More

  6. Book ImageThe Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had

    Susan Wise Bauer

    An engaging, accessible guide to educating yourself in the classical tradition.More

  7. Book ImageThe Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home

    Susan Wise Bauer, Jessie Wise

    Third Edition

    "If you're a parent who has decided to educate your children yourself, this book is the first you should buy."—?Washington TimesMore

  8. Book ImageRethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child's Education

    Susan Wise Bauer

    “If you read only one book on educating children, this should be the book.… With a warm, informative voice, Bauer gives you the knowledge that will help you flex the educational model to meet the needs of your child.” —San Francisco Book ReviewMore

  9. Book ImageDesigning a Prosocial Classroom: Fostering Collaboration in Students from PreK-12 with the Curriculum You Already Use

    Christi Bergin

    A practical how-to guide for promoting positive classroom cultures.More

  10. Book ImageWhat's Liberal About the Liberal Arts?: Classroom Politics and "Bias" in Higher Education

    Michael Bérubé

    "A sensitive, sensible, and compelling account of American education at its best."—Philadelphia InquirerMore

  11. Book ImageSensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens

    Lindsey Biel

    Equipping clinicians with “sensory smarts” to treat their child clients.More

  12. Book ImageTeaching Transformative Life Skills to Students: A Comprehensive Dynamic Mindfulness Curriculum

    Bidyut Bose, Danielle Ancin, Jennifer Frank, Et Al.

    A classroom-ready program of evidence-based lessons in (1) stress resilience, (2) self-awareness, (3) emotion regulation, and (4) healthy relationships.More

  13. Book ImagePreventing Bullying in Schools: A Social and Emotional Learning Approach to Prevention and Early Intervention (SEL Solutions Series)

    Catherine P. Bradshaw, Tracy Evian Waasdorp

    Nearly a third of students are directly involved in bullying by the time they graduate from high school.More

  14. Book ImageMindfulness in the Secondary Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Adolescents (SEL Solutions Series)

    Patricia C. Broderick

    Mindfulness includes qualities of mind and heart; it provides a strong foundation for other social and emotional skills.More

  15. Book ImageThe Relevance of Education

    Jerome Bruner

    "Education is in a state of crisis. It has failed to respond to changing social needs—lagging behind rather than leading." The crisis that Jerome Bruner identifies in this volume admits of no easy solutions. But the noted American psychologist makes clear that educational reform must begin with the understanding of how a child acquires information and converts knowledge into action. Drawing on his current work on infant development, Bruner underscores the importance of formulating educational strategies that expand rather than constrict the skills of the young learner.More

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