99 Ideas and Activities for Teaching English Learners with The SIOP Model (450748) Physical 197 pages Copyrighted 2008 Publisher Pearson (4731) Audience Adult (A) Synopsis Offers research-based, SIOP-tested techniques for lessons that include the eight SIOP components. The 99 ideas and activities in this book include a few familiar techniques that have been show to be especially effective for ELLs, as well as many new ideas for SIOP teachers.

Building Social Relationships: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Social Difficulties (450762) Physical 270 pages Copyrighted 2006 Publisher Autism Asperger Publishing Co. (4596) Audience Adult (A) Author Bellini, Scott ISBN # 1-931282-94-3

Bully bystanders: You can make a difference (450796) Physical Color; Captioned; 17 minutes Copyrighted 2011 Distributor Human Relations Media (0105) Producer Human Relations Media (0105) Audience Junior High, Senior High, Adult (JSA) Synopsis Offers the empowering message that the most effective way to deal with bullying is through the efforts of those who witness it. Features a compelling short drama based on real-life incidents, that portray bystanders changing the outcome of a bullying incident. Teens discuss incidents where they and their peers made a difference by intervening in a bullying situation. On-screen experts advise teens how to become proactive without putting themselves at risk. Viewers learn that respecting others and taking a united stand against all sorts of harassment is not only possible, but can make a dramatic difference in the lives of many young people.

Careers for Teens (S04747) Physical Color; Sound Distributor Library Video (0097) Producer Smith Show Entertainment (4996)

Engaging Resumes and Cover Letters: How to Hook the Job You Want (450736) Physical Color; Captioned; 26 minutes Copyrighted 2010 Distributor Learning Seed (0079) Producer Learning Seed (0079) Audience Senior High, Adult (SA) Series Career Compass (4096) Synopsis Takes the point of view that resumes and cover letters are an integral part of making a good first impression. Job seekers and hiring managers discuss how they view and judge resumes and cover letters. Viewers learn how to present their skills in creative and professional ways. They also discover how to edit a resume and slant a cover letter for a specific job application.

Focus on Exceptional Children 2010 / October (450865) Copyrighted 2010 Collection Professional Collection Series Focus on Exceptional Children: September / 2009 through May (3900) Synopsis Professional Periodical Edition Volume 43, Number 2 Contents The U.S. Supreme Court and Parental Rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

Guiding Behavior in Early Childhood: A Positive Plan for Discipline and Caregiving (450765) Physical Color; Captioned; 30 minutes Copyrighted 2011 Distributor Learning Seed (0079) Producer Learning Seed (0079) Audience Senior High, Adult (SA) Synopsis Despite their best moments, toddlers and preschoolers often behave in ways that frustrate their parents and caregivers, and even endanger their own safety. Viewers learn why misbehavior occurs, observe common reactions by caregivers, learn ways to stop misbehavior, and how to create and enforce a plan to bring about desired daily behavior.

Iowa Music Educator: Fall / 2010 through Summer / 2011 (S04754) Collection Professional Collection

The Realities of Sexting (you can't unsend!) (450734) Physical Color; Captioned; 39 minutes Copyrighted 2011 Distributor Learning Seed (0079) Producer Learning Seed (0079) Audience Senior High, Adult (SA) Series Social Sensibilities (1344) Synopsis Is it ever safe to send an intimate photo or explicit message on your cell phone? This program teaches students what actions are defined as "sexting" and the real consequences. Learn the motivations for sexting and practical alternatives. The supplementary educator's program asks, "Do you know what to do if a student shows you a sext they received?" This feature video looks at sexting from an educator's point of view. How do you deal with students who are sexting? What policy and legal issues must you know and address?

Schools Cannot Do It Alone: Building Public Support for Amer (450755) Physical 219 pages Copyrighted 2010 Publisher Enlightenment Press (5004) Audience Adult (A) Synopsis Schools Cannot Do It Alone: Building Public Support for America's Public Schools Author Vollmer, Jamie

Understanding Teen Depression (450861) Physical Color; Sound; 37 minutes Distributor Landmark Media (2267) Producer Landmark Media (2267) Audience Senior High (S) Synopsis Four teenagers who have learned to cope with depression, share their stories. Their interviews are interspersed with advice from two experienced mental health professionals: Dr. Moira Rynn, an Associate Psychiatrist at Columbia University and Ernest P.S. Smith, a psychoanalyst who also counsels troubled youth. The conversations identify the early symptoms and possible root causes of teen depression. Teens who experience prolonged sadness are encouraged to seek help and learn practical methods of coping with what can become, an overwhelming problem.

Wind Power (450852) Physical Color; Sound; 24 minutes Copyrighted 2010 Distributor Landmark Media (2267) Producer Landmark Media (2267) Audience Senior High (S) Series Innovation Nation (4757) Synopsis Along with cutting-edge wind farms and new turbine designs, Innovation Nation meets renegade inventor Doug Selsam as he builds the world's first flying turbine, a device that may just change our world.