"By the end of each book in this series you will understand both what not to and what to do to improve student learning."

-Nell Duke and M. Colleen Cruz, Series Editors

Much like the diet phenomenon Eat This Not That, this series aims to replace some common, existing teaching practices with approaches that are more effective—healthier, if you will—for our students. We hope to draw attention to widespread practices around important instructional topics that have little support in research or professional wisdom and offer alternatives that have greater support. Each text is collaboratively written by authors representing research and practice. By the end of each book, you will understand both what not to do, and what to do, to improve student learning.

 
 

Titles available in the series:

No More Teaching a Letter a Week

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No More Culturally Irrelevant Teaching

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No More Independent Reading Without Support

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No More Low Expectations for English Learners

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No More Math Fact Frenzy

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No More Mindless Homework

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No More Phonics and Spelling Worksheets

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No More Random Acts of Literacy Coaching

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No More Reading for Junk

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No More Reading Instruction Without Differentiation

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No More Science Kits or Texts in Isolation

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No More Sharpening Pencils During Work Time and Other Time Wasters

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No More Summer-Reading Loss

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No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices

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No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships

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Technology with Intention

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No More "Look Up the List" Vocabulary Instruction

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No More Telling as Teaching

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Tuned-in Teaching

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