Books Published by STLES Faculty
Codding, R. S., Volpe, R. J., & Poncy, Brian C. (2017). Effective math interventions: A guide to improving whole number knowledge. New York: Guildford Press.
This book guides practitioners through the assessment, intervention, and evaluation of students in math skills dealing with whole-number knowledge. Empirically validated interventions are identified and readers are provided with materials to support implementation in classroom settings
Sanders, Jennifer, & Damron, R. (2017). They’re all writers: Teaching writing in the elementary writing center. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, and Berkeley, CA: National Writing Project.
They’re All Writers provides elementary school teachers with eight weeks of writing and peer tutoring lessons to teach students how to have meaningful conversations about their writing. In addition, the book includes with essential information about writing process theory and writing center pedagogy to scaffold the development of elementary school writing centers and rich writing instruction.
Wang, Hongyu. (2016). From the parade child to the king of chaos: The complex journey of William Doll, teacher educator. New York: Peter Lang.
This book depicts the pedagogical life history of an extraordinary educator, Bill Doll, and his complex pathways of teaching and transforming teaching in schools and in teacher education.