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    • When Books Talk Books have voices. Hear them out through the people that care for them, your friendly school librarians!
    • Why a book talk? “Most new books are forgotten within a year, especially by those who borrow them”. Evan Esar American Humorist (1899 - 1995)
    •  Classroom Management, Assessment & Evaluation  Managing People & (the) Stress (that go with it with a smile)  Educational Management and Leadership
    • Classroom Management, Assessment & Evaluation
    • •Compiles strategies, suggestions, tactics, and even plans for improving classroom management approaches. •Brings solutions to the questions and issues that concern teachers everyday.
    • Looks at the various types of behavior problems in the classroom, possible root causes and ways to deal with the problems effectively.
    • Provides practical, powerful, easy-to-apply tools for helping schools, psychologists, trainers, administrators, and teachers make classrooms into more caring learning environments.
    • A practical guide to designing and assessing student evaluations.
    • Talks about educational tests and measurements in a way that can easily be used and understood.
    • Managing People & (the) Stress (that go with it with a smile)
    • Guides you through natural holistic therapies which can relieve the pain associated with migraines and headaches.
    • Dave Pelzer speaks of resiliency and gratitude in his semi- autobiographical book. He is an inspiration to those undergoing trials and challenges in life.
    • Helps us explore the very nature very nature of loving relationships and leads us toward a new serenity and fullness of life.
    • Show you how to handle teachers who gossip in the teacher’s lounge, consistently say “it won’t work” when a new idea is suggested, and undermine your efforts toward school improvement.
    • Provides employers and managers with the means to identify, measure, evaluate and deal with stress at work.
    • Looks at stress management as a form of personal development that helps the reader grow stronger, more competent and ultimately more confident in dealing with the ups and downs of modern life.
    • Educational Management and Leadership
    • A guide on how to: •Manage logistical and scheduling problems; •Approach school politics, ethical considerations, and interpersonal relations; •Organize and analyze information regarding school programs; •Respond to the No Child Left Behind Act.
    • This workbook is an effort to develop leaders following the pattern of Jesus’ ministry of training people to do kingdom work.
    • A quick guide that offers practical “know-how” on the basics of running an organization: scheduling time; implementing a strategy; hiring and firing; counseling associates; dealing with crises.
    • Will equip educators with the knowledge and skills needed to transform teacher supervision and evaluation into a powerful vehicle for maximizing teacher growth and enhancing student learning.
    • This handbook clearly explains the concept of highly qualified teachers. It explains how to recruit, develop, and retain them.
    • Is a great step in establishing a mentoring program that will affect hiring, orientation, teacher effectiveness, and staff morale for the better.
    • “The book to read is not the one which thinks for you, but the one which makes you think”. - James McCosh
    • Why a book talk? “Most new books are forgotten within a year, especially by those who borrow them”. Evan Esar American Humorist (1899 - 1995)