Provides teacher candidates and classroom teachers with detailed examples of authentic and tested instructional ideas and approaches for teaching with primary sources. Aligns to national standards and frameworks for social studies, English and language arts, math, and science.
Anticipates possible student misunderstandings by providing an array of teaching techniques.
1. Educators Handbook
With this highly motivating guidebook close at hand, general and special educators will be able to work together effectively and confidently create engaging, exciting, and joyful inclusive classrooms.
This book introduces educators to the practice of using primary sources in their classrooms. It presents dozens of authentic and tested instructional ideas, activities, and approaches for teaching with primary sources in pre-K–12 classrooms and addresses the needs of teachers and teacher candidates across subject areas. The handbook is written in a discussion-esque tone, and takes on a motivational tone throughout.
This is an essential guide for teachers, administrators, and school librarians who want to protect their students’ right to free expression. It outlines best practices for creating inclusive and viewpoint-neutral reading material policies, offers advice on managing book challenges, and includes sample policies. Keep Them Reading: An Anti-Censorship Handbook for Educators will empower schools and libraries to defend their students’ freedom to read.
2. Integrator PowerSchool to Educators Handbook
As the leading student information system (SIS) in Michigan, PowerSchool is a central hub for your data management needs. With the Educators Handbook integration agent, discipline data locked away in your SIS is synchronized with incident reports and made available to other applications on a regular basis.
PowerSchool to Educators supports the annual migration of your district ODS from one year to the next.
To enable this feature, you will need to enable the Sync Enrollments & Instructor Matching option in the Integrations settings page. This will ensure that students are matched to the correct instructor in each system, and that course sections are cross-listed correctly.
3. Educators Handbook Integration Agent
This Digital citizenship education handbook aims to contribute to this process by helping educators and other interested adults understand and deal with the challenges of democratic citizenship in the online world. To do this, the handbook has divided online activity into 10 digital domains. These are analysed in the ‘dimensions’ areas of the handbook from a multifaceted perspective, underlining aspects related to education and citizenship. The dimensions are supplemented by the ‘fact sheets’ which provide ideas and activities for educators and their students to explore on and offline communities.
4. Educators Handbook Data Management
The Educations Handbook provides educators with a range of perspectives, activities, approaches, and resources for authentically engaging students in primary source inquiry and the construction of evidence-based narratives. It addresses the common misconception that such activities are too complex to implement in pre-K-12 classrooms and provides teachers with a toolbox of methods, strategies, and approaches for integrating primary sources into their classrooms.
The District WDIS Database Handbook is for use by school districts, and offers guidance on reporting career and technical education student data to the Workforce Development Information System (WDIS) including secondary CTE data elements, associated notes, reporting formats, edits, timelines, and supporting appendices. This handbook will be updated each year and is available for purchase.
ReadWrite Digital enables you to immediately access referral data locked away in your Educators Handbook login by synchronizing it with your Student Information System (SIS).