Books by EduProtocols Authors
Explore our ever-expanding library of books on integrating EduProtocols into the primary, elementary, and secondary classroom. All books available in both print and Kindle format.
EduProtocol Field Guide Book 1
by Jon Corippo & Marlena Hebern
EDUPROTOCOL FIELD GUIDE BOOK 1 16 STUDENT-CENTERED LESSON FRAMES FOR INFINITE LEARNING POSSIBILITIES 16 student-centered lesson frames for infinite possibilities to help you teach better, work less, and achieve more. Are you stuck in the lecture-and-worksheet rut? Many teachers continue to struggle to break out of the corporate lesson-and-worksheet cycle to find fresh, meaningful ways to develop original, engaging and effective instruction. In The EduProtocol Field Guide, Jon Corippo and Marlena Hebern outline sixteen classroom-tested protocols to break up clichéd lesson plans, build culture, and deliver content to K–12 students in a supportive, creative environment. EduProtocols can be used with nearly all subjects and grade levels and are UDL (Universal Design for Learning)-friendly to support all learners. Simplify the process of creating engaging and personalized learning opportunities for every student.The EduProtocol Field Guide shows you how.
EduProtocol Field Guide Book 2
by Jon Corippo & Marlena Hebern
EduProtocol Field Guide Book 2 12 NEW LESSON FRAMES FOR EVEN MORE ENGAGEMENT In addition to including twelve new EduProtocols and nine teacher-reimagined iterations on lesson frames from the first book, The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2 takes a deeper dive into the research-supported learning theories behind the protocols. The authors also demonstrate how EduProtocols support a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) environment. You’ll also find tips throughout the book for edtech integration and for adapting lessons for English Language Learners. Purchase at Amazon with the link below
by Kimberly Voge
Deploying EduProtocols A Guide for Educational Leaders by Kim Voge Research-Inspired, Teacher-Tested, Practical Ways for School Leaders to Improve Pedagogy Not just for classroom teachers, Deploying EduProtocols will help admins, TOSAs, and instructional coaches recognize new ways to adopt EduProtocols across an organization. If there’s anything educators have realized in the past few years, it’s the value of teaching tools that are not device- or location-dependent. Building on the instructional frames introduced in the EduProtocols Field Guides, Deploying EduProtocols premieres fun and effective new protocols and reveals how, when used strategically, these frames can help you teach more content for deeper learning and streamline your lesson planning–whether you’re teaching in person or online. Learn how to recapture the time you spend familiarizing students with one-and-done exercises and graphics, and instead start “racking and stacking” EduProtocols for faster-paced learning that students actually look forward to. Incite effective change in your school as you embrace the art and craft of teaching and leading.
EduProtocol Field Guide Math Edition
by Lisa Nowakowski & Jeremiah Ruesch
The EduProtocol Field Guide, Math Edition Includes this new collection specifically for Math: (Includes 13 EduProtocols in all) *Visual Directions * The Chatterbox * Number Stories * Comic Strip * Write Bytes * Curiosity Creator * Convince Me That The EduProtocol Field Guide: Math Edition Lisa Nowakowski and Jeremiah Ruesch provide educators with a treasure trove of modular, innovative, and engaging activities that can be adapted to any grade level. Approachable and exciting, Each EduProtocol is designed with Common Core standards and Four Cs practices in mind. Whether you are new to EduProtocols or an experienced teacher looking to add even more tools to your pedagogical toolkit, The EduProtocol Field Guide: Math Edition has something for everyone interested in customizable student-centered learning activities for the math classroom.
EduProtocol Field Guide Social Studies Edition
by Dr. Scott M. Petri & Adam Moler
EduProtocols, Social Studies Edition With EduProtocols, Jon Corippo and Marlena Hebern have created a movement that benefits teachers and students alike. By helping to manage cognitive load, EduProtocols help teachers save time in planning and move through more material more effectively with their students. Their success comes from their simplicity and from the infinite ways they can be adapted to any group of learners. In this long-awaited edition, educators Dr. Scott M. Petri and Adam Moler demonstrate how to integrate your favorite EduProtocols with social studies instruction and also introduce a few new protocols that are sure to become staples in your classroom. With clear examples and step-by-step instructions for implementation, each EduProtocol is designed with Four Cs practices in mind. Whether you are new to EduProtocols or an experienced teacher looking to expand your pedagogical toolkit, The EduProtocol Field Guide Social Studies Edition will get your students collaborating, creating, thinking critically, and communicating. Social Studies EduProtocols in this book (includes samples specifically for social studies) 8 p*ARTS EduProtocol Cyber Sandwich EduProtocol Fast and Curious EduProtocol Frayer EduProtocol Game of Quotes EduProtocol Iron Chef EduProtocol Number Mania EduProtocol ParaFLY EduProtocol Retell in Rhyme EduProtocol Research EduProtocol Sketch and Tell EduProtocol Thin Slides EduProtocol