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Allensworth, Elaine. “Want to Improve Teaching? Create Collaborative, Supportive Schools.American Educator. 36.3. (2012)  Print.

 “The Amazing Teen Brain.”  Scientific American.  312.6. (2015).  Print.

Ball, Deborah Loewenberg; Francesca M. Forzani.  “Building a Common Core for Learning to Teach: And Connecting Professional Learning to Practice.”  American Educator, vol. 35, no. 2 2011, pp17-21.

Bryk, Anthony S., et al.  Organizing Schools for Improvement.  London: University of Chicago Press, 2010.  Print.

“Deeper Learning Defined.”  William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.  November 15, 2016.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor.  Leading Adult Learning: Supporting Adult Development in Our Schools.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Corwin, 2009.

DuFour, Richard and Rebecca DuFour.  The School Leader’s Guide to Professional Learning Communities at Work.  Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press, 2012.

Farrington, Camille.  Failing at School: Lessons for Redesigning Urban High Schools.  New York: Teachers College Press, 2014.  Print.

Farrington, C.A., et al.  “Teaching Adolescents to Become Learners-The Role of Non-Cognitive Factors in Shaping School Performance:  A Critical Literature Review.”  Chicago: University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, 2012.  PDF.

Frontline.  “Inside the Teenage Brain Interview with Jay Giedd”.  23 Sept. 2016,

Fullan, Michael.  Change Leader: Learning to Do What Matters Most.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2014.  Print.

Fullan, Michael.  The Principal:  Three Keys to Maximizing Impact.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2011.  Print.

Fullan, Michael.  “Learning is the Work”.  Michael Fullan Motion Leadership.  2011.  Web.  23 Feb. 2016.    

Guerra, Patricia L., and Sarah W. Nelson. “Changing Professional Practice Requires Changing Beliefs.”  Phi Delta Kappan.  90.5. (2008):  354-359.  PDF.

Gusky, Thomas R.  On Your Mark:  Challenging the Conventions of Grading and Reporting – A book for k-12 assessment policies and practices.  Bloomington: Solution Tree Press, 2015.

Jensen, Frances, E.  The Teenage Brain: A Neuroscientist's Survival Guide to Raising Adolescents and Young Adults. New York: Harper Collins, 2015.  Print.

Jay, Joelle K., “Capturing complexity: a typology of reflective practice for teacher education.”  Teaching and Teacher Education.  18.1. (2012): 73:85.

Lee, Carol D., and Anika Sprately.  “Reading in the Disciplines: The Challenges of Adolescent Literacy.”  Carnegie Corporation.  2010.  PDF.

Learning Strategies.  “The Adolescent Brain – Learning Strategies & Teaching Tips”.  S.P.O.T.S.  Saint Louis University School of Medicine.  Web.  2014.

Lorain, Peter.  “Brain Development in Young Adolescents:  Good News for Middle School Teachers.”  National Education Association. Tools and Ideas.  Web.  2015. 

Michaels, Sarah, Catherine O’Connor and Lauren B. Resnick.  “Deliberative Discourse Idealized and Realized: Accountable Talk in the Classroom and in Civic Life.”   Studies in Philosophy and Education.  Springer Science+Business Media.  2007.  PDF file.

Monkman, Karen, Margaret Ronald and Florence Délimon Théramène.  “Social and Cultural Capital in an Urban Latino School Community.”  Urban Education.  40.1.  (2005): 4-33.

Nagaoka, Jenny, et al. “Foundations for Young Adult Success: A Developmental Framework.”  The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.  2015.  PDF.  

National Institutes of Mental Health.  “The Teen Brain: Still Under Construction”.  PDF file.  2011.

Nelson, Jeff, et al.  “Providing Principal Support: An Equity Model.”  On Target.  Targeted Leadership Consulting.  Lahaina, Hawaii, November/December 2008.  Print.

Perry, Bruce D. and Maia Szalavitz.  The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog:  And Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrist’s Notebook – What Traumatized Children Can Teach Us About Loss, Love and Healing. New York: Basic Books, 2008.  Print.

Perry, T., Asa G. Hilliard, and Claude Steele.  Young, Gifted, and Black: Promoting High Achievement Among African American Students. Boston: Beacon Press Books, 2003.  Print.

Resnick, Lauren, Mikyung Kim Wolf and Amy C. Crosson.  “Accountable Talk in Reading Comprehension Instruction.”  Center for the Study of Evaluation, Technical Report 670.  Regents of the University of California, 2006.

Ritchhart, Ron.  Making Thinking Visible:  How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners.  San Franciso: Jossey-Bass, 2011.  Print.

Roderick, Melissa.  “Drowning in Data but Thirsty for Analysis.”  Teachers College Record. 114.11 (2012).

Rumelhart, D.E.  “Schemata: The Building Blocks of Cognition”. Theoretical Issues in Comprehension, edited by R.J Spiro et al., Erlbaum, 1980, pp.33-58. 

Savitz-Romer, Mandy and Suzanne M. Bouffard.  Ready, Willing and Able: A Developmental Approach to College Access and Success.  Cambridge:  Harvard Education Press, 2012.  Print.

Schmoker, Mike. Focus: Elevating the Essentials to Radically Improve Student Learning. Alexandria: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2011.  Print.

Sebastian, James and Elaine Allensworth.  “How Do Secondary Principals Influence Teaching and Learning?”  Principals Research Review. 8.4  (2013):  1-4.  Print.

Shapiro, Jenessa R. and Steven L. Neuberg.  “From Stereotype Threat to Stereotype Threats: Implications of a Multi-Threat Framework for Causes, Moderators, Mediators, Consequences, and Interventions.”  Personality and Social Psychology Review.  11.2.  (2007): 107-130.  PDF.  

Siegel, Daniel, J.  Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain.  New York: Penguin Group, 2013. Print.

Snow, Catherine E., Peg Griffin, and Susan M. Burns.  Knowledge to Support the Teaching of Reading: Preparing Teachers for a Changing World.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass,  2005. Print.

Spinke, Sarah.  “Adolescent Brains are Works in Progress”.  Frontline.  WTTW.  31 January 2002.  Web.  1 January 2014.

Steele, Claude M.  Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do.  New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2010.  Print.

Tatum, Alfred W.  “Literacy Practices for African-American Male Adolescents”.  Chicago: University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, 2015.  PDF.

Tokuhama-Espinosa, Tracey.  Making Classrooms Better: 50 Practical Applications for Mind, Brain and Education Science.  New York:  W. W. Norton & Company, 2014.

Vygotsky, L. S. Mind in society: The development of higher psychological processes. Edited by Michael Cole, et al. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 1978.

Walqui, Aida and Leo van Lier.  Scaffolding the Academic Success of Adolescent English Language Learners: A Pedagogy of Promise.  San Francisco:  WestEd Publications, 2010.  Print.

What is Deeper Learning?”  The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.  Creative Commons.  Web.  27 June 2015.

Zwiers, Jeff, and Marie Crawford.  “How to Start Academic Conversations.”  Educational Leadership.  66. 7. (2009):  70-73.  PDF.

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