- Carruyo, U. (2017). Team teaching in early childhood: Leadership tools for reflective practice. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
In this 152-page book, “discover how to support high-functioning and collaborative teacher teams in early childhood programs by developing healthy and confident team leaders. This manual covers topics of dynamic team teaching including: how to create unified teams, how to become teacher leaders, how to give and receive feedback, and how to build and assess differentiated curriculum. –publisher
- Fitzell, S. G. (2017). Special needs in the general classroom: Strategies that make it work: 500+ teaching strategies for differentiating instruction. Manchester, NH: Cogent Catalyst Publications.
In this 325-page guide, you’ll find “effective tips and tricks for motivating and engaging students in the learning process and doubling their successes while working more efficiently. This update offers more teaching strategies, expanded research, and course work options for self-study, group-study, and textbook applications... You’ll get simple, common sense, and effective strategies that will provide students with tools to overcome the obstacles they face in the classroom.” –publisher
- Kenney, L., & Comizio, R. (2016). 70 play activities for better thinking, self-regulation, learning and behavior. Eau Claire, WI: PESI Publishing & Media.
In 195 pages, the authors have loaded worksheets, handouts, and guided scripts with step-by-step directions that “will put you to the top of your play game. With over 70 activities designed to improve thinking, self-regulation, learning and behavior, your tool kit will be full and your creative brain will be inspired to craft your own meaningful exercises. Play now, Play later...with 70 Play Activities for better brain functioning and learning.” –publisher
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