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Now Available: The Bullying Prevention Book of Lists, A Comprehensive Resource for Educators

The new book, The Bullying Prevention Book of Lists, by Dr. Kenneth Shore, is an invaluable resource for any administrator, teacher, or school staff member wanting to understand more about bullying and take meaningful steps to respond to and prevent it. It is designed for readers to be able to…Read the full article…

Did You Know? 5 Facts About Bullying [Infographic]

There is not an educator in America today for whom bullying is not a concern and bullying prevention is not a responsibility. In this infographic, we outline the most common types of bullying, as well as identify some hard to believe statistics about bullying in schools. The Bullying Prevention Book…Read the full article…

Co-Teaching and Technology Laminated Guide Resources

The new laminated reference guide Co-Teaching and Technology: Enhancing Communication and Collaboration by Marilyn Friend and Brian Friedlander recommends free and low-cost technology tools that co-teachers can use to improve collaboration, co-planning, differentiation, data collection, instruction, student engagement and more. Readers of the guide will find explanations of the programs and…Read the full article…

NPR Inc. Authors Present at CEC Special Education Convention & Expo

We at National Professional Resources are proud to publish books and laminated reference guides for educators by some of the top experts in the field. Next week, at the CEC 2016 Special Education Convention & Expo in St. Louis, several of our authors will be presenting and hosting workshops. If…Read the full article…

New Laminated Guide, Using Data to Improve Student Learning, Now Available

The Newest in Our Line of Quick-Reference Laminated Guides for Educators From David Bateman and Jenifer Cline comes the new 6-page, quick-reference laminated guide for educators, Using Data To Improve Student Learning: Making It Meaningful to Classroom Teachers. The guide is a practical tool for helping teachers understand, collect, and…Read the full article…

The Inclusive Education Checklist is Here!

Now Available for Purchase: The Inclusive Education Checklist: A Self-Assessment of Best Practices The Inclusive Education Checklist is an indispensable tool for assisting schools, districts, administrators, policy makers, community members and professionals interested in education, as well as parents and youth, assess, develop, implement, sustain, and continuously improve quality inclusive services…Read the full article…

Dr. Lisa Dieker Presents Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools, Full Day PD Workshop

Teachers in New York City and surrounding areas can now register at the early bird rate for the upcoming professional development workshop Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools, being offered on Wednesday, March 9 in the Bronx and Thursday, March 10 in Queens. In this full day workshop (9 a.m. – 2:30…Read the full article…

Marilyn Friend PD Workshop Helps Teachers Optimize Co-Teaching

On December 16 and 17, 2015, NPR’s new training division, Comprehensive School Solutions (CSS) partnered up with The Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) to present a professional development workshop on co-teaching by Dr. Marilyn Friend. The workshop, “Co-Teaching: Classroom Partnerships for Student Success” was offered in two locations in New…Read the full article…

Strategies to Overcome Test Anxiety: Focus on Mindfulness

If there’s one thing that everyone in education— from students, to parents, to teachers, to administrators— seems to agree on presently it’s that the recent increase in testing is stressing students out. In fact, in a recent online survey of 22,000 high school-age youth, conducted by the Yale Center for…Read the full article…

New Executive Function Classroom Resource for Teachers by Sandra Rief

Students who are routinely late to and/or disruptive in class, forget to turn in homework, and make many careless errors were once considered merely difficult, distractible, and disorganized. Some of these students were diagnosed with ADHD, but it is only in recent years that neuroscientists and educators have come to…Read the full article…

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