Schools Recommended Books
If You Don’t Feed the Teachers They Eat the Students
Packed with words of wisdom and inspiration, this is one book no administrator or teacher should be without. Dr. Neila Connors presents practical tips to improve school climate, communicate with parents and students, teach to the standards, and make a difference in students’ lives. All this in an enjoyable, easy-to-read format, If You Don’t Feed the Teachers They Eat the Students will leave you laughing your way to a more successful school year.
By: Dr.Neila A.DD Connors
School Leadership that Works
What does research tell us about the effects of school leadership on student achievement? What specific leadership practices make a real difference in school effectiveness? How should school leaders use these practices in their day-to-day management of schools and during the stressful times that accompany major change initiatives? This book provides answers to these and other questions in School Leadership That Works./p<>
By: Robert J. Marzano, Timothy Waters, and Brian A. McNulty
Inspires and brings a new sense of possibility to the goal of transforming education . . . This is a global game-changer’ Brené Brown, author of Daring Greatly
‘Wonderful and enjoyable’ Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Prize Laureate
By: Dr.Ken Robinson
Improving Schools from Within: Teachers, Parents, and Principals Can Make the Difference
Amid calls for educational reform, little attention has been given to the crucial relationships among adults within the school. Noted educator Roland Barth argues that those closest to students-teachers, principals and parents-are the most powerful sources for school change. Drawing on his years of experience as a teacher, principal and university faculty member, Barth shows how communication, collegiality and risk taking among adults in the schoolhouse can create an atmosphere of learning and leadership for all.
By: Roland Sawyer Barth (1991)
Motivating and Inspiring Teachers: The Educational Leader’s Guide for Building Staff Morale
This is a book every teacher should read to motivate themselves for the tough task. It also inspires teachers and other educators to play their role better.
By: Todd Whittaker, Beth Whittaker, Dale Lumpa (2000)
Schools that Learn: A Fifth Discipline Fieldbook for Educators, Parents, and Everyone Who Cares About Education(2000)
A rich, much-needed remedy for the standardized institutions that comprise too much of our school system today… ideal for teachers and parents intent on resurrecting and fostering students’ inherent drive to learn…An essential resource.
By: Peter Senge
Strategies and Tactics for Effective Instructions
This is a vital book that every school should have on their shelf. It teaches instructors how to instruct.
By: Bob Algozzine, James Ysseldyke (1997)
The First Days of School: How to be an Effective Teacher
The first day of school or a class — even the first few minutes — will make or break a teacher.” Scary words from authors whose book, by their own admission, wasn’t written to provide a plan or a model for successful teaching, but rather to help teachers formulate their own plans.
But don’t worry. The book provides plenty of help. Ever the teachers, the Wongs begin their book by teaching you how to use it.
By: Rosemary and Harry Wong (1998)