Listen to these three interviews showcasing three of my coauthored books:
U.S. classrooms are filled with students who are more culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse than ever before. With my coauthor, Dr. Maria G. Dove, I discuss our bestselling books Common Core for the Not-So-Common Learner (K-5 and 6-12), and how school leaders can ensure these students meet with success, especially when it comes to the Common Core standards.
Classroom management can be an overwhelming challenge for new teachers, and even experienced teachers struggle while trying to manage today’s diverse classrooms. To talk about classroom management from a 21st century perspective we’re joined by Andrea Honigsfeld and Audrey Cohan, professors of education at Molloy College, and the editors of the book Breaking the Mold of Classroom Management: What Educators Should Know and Do to Enable Student Success, Vol. 5.
As schools all around the country push for higher standards and more rigorous instruction, where does that leave our “not-so-common” learners – students with disabilities, English learners, students with interrupted or limited formal education, nonstandard English-speaking children, children of poverty and struggling learners? In this interview, my coauthors Dr. Maria G. Dove and Dr. Audrey Cohan and I discuss the systemic support needed to support the not-so-common learners–also presented in our book Beyond Core Expectations: A Schoolwide Framework for Serving the Not-So-Common Learner.