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Common Sense Education

Author: Zarra III PhD
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475825129
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The 2015 passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) has again changed education for public schools and communities. Common Core is now optional and the role of Secretary of Education has been limited by no longer incentivizing states, as done under Common Core. This book analyzes the new direction today’s schools must pursue for student learning and their success beyond high school. States and local educational agencies are once again empowered and will have more authority over curriculum and assessment. Common Sense Education includes samples from these states, ideas from several universities which are retooling their teacher education programs and focusing on teacher excellence, as well as schools recalibrating their programs for student learning. This book advocates for common sense education, uses a national survey to provide parent and teacher perspectives, and suggests a new paradigm for exciting twenty-first century high schools.

Assaulted

Author: III Zarra, PhD Ernest J.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475839820
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The problems that are the focus of this book are the causes and outbreaks of violence, particularly against teachers, but they also include teachers assaulting students.

The Teacher Exodus

Author: III Zarra, PhD Ernest J.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475843720
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The Teacher Exodus looks at the reasons teachers are leaving the teaching profession and why adults are choosing not to enter it. The book explores the bureaucratic barriers that teachers face in twenty-first century American classrooms and includes steps to take toward reinvigorating passion for the profession.

The Entitled Generation

Author: Zarra III PhD
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475831935
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The Entitled Generation: Helping Teachers Teach and Reach the Minds and Hearts of Generation Z brings teachers into the twenty-first century world of 24-7 technologically-wired up and social media-driven students. This book asks teachers to consider pragmatic and sensible ways to teach Gen Z and to understand the differences between today’s students and those of the past. Teachers are offered keen insights by colleagues, in terms of how Gen Z thinks, the various ways that males and females learn, and the distractions and struggles each faces by device addiction affecting today’s classrooms. American culture is perpetuating the notion that today’s students are entitled to economic and social outcomes on equal bases. Gen Z “feels” everyone should be treated as equals, receiving the same rewards for unequal efforts, thus promoting a feeling of entitlement. Teachers will understand the reality of today's American classrooms. Even with the assumed addiction to smart technology and social media, teachers can use this to their advantage and reach the minds and hearts of Gen Z to prepare them for their futures.

Helping Parents Understand The Minds And Hearts Of Generation Z

Author: III Zarra, PhD Ernest J.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475831900
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Helping Parents Understand the Minds and Hearts of Generation Z allows parents and children to speak for themselves, provides parents insights into how Gen Z thinks, the ways their brains learn, and illustrates why children of this technological generation believe and act the ways they do.

The Wrong Direction For Today S Schools

Author: III Zarra, PhD Ernest J.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475814291
Size: 70.91 MB
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This book provides an in-depth analysis of the newest national American education fad, intended to replace the 2002 incarnation of the ESEA, No Child Left Behind. Zarra delves into the “seeds” that produced the Common Core Standards, as well as the groups involved in the political and corporate pressure to revamp America’s K-16 education system.

Beyond The Common Core

Author: Mona Toncheff
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
ISBN: 1936763516
Size: 10.14 MB
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Focus your curriculum to heighten student achievement. Learn 10 high-leverage team actions for grades 9–12 mathematics instruction and assessment. Discover the actions your team should take before a unit of instruction begins, as well as the actions and formative assessments that should occur during instruction. Examine how to most effectively reflect on assessment results, and prepare for the next unit of instruction.

Teacher Student Relationships

Author: III Zarra, PhD Ernest J.
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 1475802382
Size: 77.54 MB
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Teachers and teenage students are becoming involved in inappropriate sexual relationships, often leading to devastation and arrest. Teacher-Student Relationships: Crossing into the Emotional, Physical, and Sexual Realms addresses the reasons these relationships develop, considers the roles of modern technology in the development, and offers solutions from within the profession.

No Child Left Behind

Author: Peter W. D. Wright
Publisher:
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The No Child Left Behind Act is confusing to parents, educators, administrators, advocates, and most attorneys. This book provides a clear roadmap to the law and how to get better educational services for all children. Includes CD ROM of resources and references.

It Should Never Happen Here

Author: Ernest J. Zarra
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780801090318
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It Should Never Happen Here gives churches assurance that sexual and other forms of child abuse can be prevented. Enforced child-contact rules and worker screening are among many specific ideas outlined in this important book.