Best Selling Books by Lori Elliott

Lori Elliott is the author of Differentiated Instruction (2012), Project-Based Learning Anywhere (2021), Teach Like a Techie (2011) and Project Based Learning (2016).

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Differentiated Instruction

release date: Jan 01, 2012
Differentiated Instruction
Differentiated Instruction, Second Edition Different Strategies for Different Learners Lori Elliott, Char Forsten, Jim Grant & Betty Hollas This new, expanded edition includes 119 low-cost, high-impact, ready-to-implement strategies to help you build community, assess on the fly, find new pathways to mastery in literacy and math, use technology to differentiate, and much more. Reproducibles included.

Project-Based Learning Anywhere

release date: Jan 06, 2021
Project-Based Learning Anywhere
At the heart of veteran educator Lori Elliott''s passion for project-based learning is the belief that the more students can actually "live" the content or concept, the more deeply they''ll learn the ideas and, in turn, love learning. PBL fosters the real-world skills our students need to thrive in the world outside the classroom. And the best part about PBL? It can happen anywhere. As virtual and distance learning step into the spotlight, teachers need more innovative ways to keep students engaged. Tapping into her twenty-five years of experience, Elliott explores PBL''s many benefits and empowers educators who might feel daunted by the prospect of introducing it into their teaching. This accessible book offers practical strategies to implement PBL, including step-by-step instructions for envisioning, overseeing, and evaluating PBL instructional units. Whether you''re a new teacher who''s curious to learn more about project-based learning or a longtime educator looking to make your units even more amazing, this book is your go-to toolkit. "Lori provides practical steps, strategies, and valuable tips to make [PBL] not only doable but fun for both you and your students. Reading this book, you''ll feel like Lori is sitting right there with you, cheering you on, helping you implement PBL in your classrooms like a pro." -Matt Halpern, teacher, blogger, author "If you''re looking for THE book to help you get started with project-based learning, look no further! These concepts and strategies, paired with Lori''s passion for the subject, make this a must-read selection for all educators!" -Adam Peterson, motivational speaker and author of Teach, Play, Learn! "Lori''s voice, passion, and practical experience shine through in this guidebook. She helps teachers understand and internalize PBL thinking in a way that impacts their instruction even when not engaged in a PBL unit." -Macaire McDonough-Davies, principal, Deerwood Elementary School, Kingwood, Texas

Teach Like a Techie

release date: Jan 01, 2011
Teach Like a Techie
"Searching for meaningful ways to integrate technology into your teaching? You can meet the digital natives on their own turf with this step-by-step guide to educational technology. Podcasts? Prezi? SMART BoardsTM? Blogs? No problem, with veteran teacher and "Accidental Techie" Lori Elliott as your guide. Lori focuses not on bells and whistles but on simple applications that can immediately bring new relevance, energy, and enthusiasm to your classroom."--pub. desc.

Project Based Learning

release date: Jun 21, 2016
Project Based Learning
Project Based Learning for Real Kids and Real Teachers is the essential handbook for teachers wanting to implement PBL in their classrooms. Written in a personal, down to earth style, the focus is on what the students are doing and learning, not how cute the product will be in the end. Unlike other resources, it addresses the common concerns and realistic challenges teachers face when trying PBL so that teachers can "buy in" to this engaging way of teaching, without spending lots of money and spending hours creating things that are not necessary. Teachers will discover that PBL is not an "extra thing" to do at the end of a unit, but rather it is HOW students learn standards and objectives. Includes nine ready-to-go classroom-tested units for K-2.
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