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Student Engagement is FUNdamental: Building a Learning Community with Hands-on Activities
Student Engagement is FUNdamental: Building a Learning Community with Hands-on Activities
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Student Engagement is FUNdamental: Building a Learning Community with Hands-on Activities

Building a classroom community of students who are engaged and ready to learn takes time and effort. So why not use hands-on activities to build academic skills—and student trust and rapport—at the same time. Jane Feber’s award-winning, hands-on approach to learning gives you ready-to-go activities that engage all learners and add academic muscle to your curriculum. These classroom-proven activities are fun, and they are all aligned to Common Core Standards. Flexible and easy to do, the projects are ready to go and fit easily into any teaching day and curriculum. Feber’s practical approach transforms inexpensive, commonly found supplies into powerful learning tools that build rapport and academic skills across the curriculum.

 
ISBN978-1-936700-48-6
SubjectActivities and Thematic Teaching, Writing
Page Count126
Copyright2011
SeriesMaupin House
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$18.45
 


 
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Jane Feber

Jane Feber

As a middle-school language arts teacher for 36 years, Jane Feber’s innovative approach to language arts instruction has earned her several awards, including the Gladys Prior Award for Teaching Excellence in 2002 and the 2003 Teacher of the Year for Florida Council of Teachers of English. She was a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Early Adolescent English/Language Arts. She earned a Master’s in reading from the University of North Florida. Jane lives in Steinhatchee, Florida, where she substitutes as often as possible at the local elementary, middle, and high schools. Since 1997, she has traveled across the U.S. doing workshops and presenting at conferences. She is the recipient of the 2006 NCTE Edwin A. Hoey Award and the 2008 AMLE Distinguished Educator.

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