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This guidebook helps teachers play a significant role in the evaluation of service-learning. (1998)Item Number: SL9809
Schargel presents 46 research-based tools, worksheets, and resources which have been field-tested in schools and dropout prevention programs across the country. For teachers, administrators, counselors, and special educators who work with at-risk learners, it provides assistance in applying the Fifteen Effective Strategies dentified by the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network.
Also available from Eye on Education. (2005)
For successful service-learning, teachers need to learn how to be facilitative teachers. Teachers of all ages will benefit from the wisdom and experience of these exceptional teachers as they share the techniques and strategies that support facilitation. An excellent book for both pre-service and in-service staff education. (2000)Item Number: DP0001
A "how to" book for developing and leading effective groups. Reusable masters include team building, personality measures, decision making processes, and activities for handling controversy. (1996)Item Number: DP9601
This book describes the 15 strategies identified by NDPC/N nationwide research. The research evidence is presented by many national experts and contains programmatic ideas for all high-risk students, including students with disabilities. The strategies provide school and community leaders with a framework to develop a comprehensive school improvement and dropout prevention program.
Also available from Eye on Education. (2004)
A comprehensive, holistic approach to achieving responsible, well-behaved young people. (1995)Item Number: DP9502
This monograph examines and explains the 15 strategies identified by the NDPC/N based on its national database of model programs. Practical suggestions and model programs are offered for each strategy, which can be applied in local school and community settings.
Also available from Eye on Education. (2001)