For more than four decades, the AEP Awards have honored outstanding resources for teaching and learning.
Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) June 29, 2010
The Association of Educational Publishers announced its 2010 Distinguished Achievement Award winners at its annual banquet in Washington, D.C., on June 8. Taking top honors in the Professional Development/Classroom/Time Management, Grades 6–8 category was Lee Canter’s “Assertive Discipline®: Positive Behavior Management for Today’s Classroom” published by Solution Tree.
This award-winning fourth edition of “Assertive Discipline®” contains the best concepts and teacher-tested strategies from the original edition by Lee Canter, plus new content. A special emphasis on the needs of new and struggling teachers includes practical actions for earning student respect and teaching them behavior management skills. The author also introduces a real-time coaching model and explains how to establish a schoolwide Assertive Discipline® program.
“For more than four decades, the AEP Awards have honored outstanding resources for teaching and learning,” says AEP. “One of the largest and longest-running awards programs for educational products, the AEP Awards aim to identify products that exemplify the highest standards of professional, quality educational content; give credit and recognition to the organizations who are leading the way in this field; and set benchmarks to which the rest of the industry can aspire.”
The AEP named five other Solution Tree resources finalists for the 2010 Distinguished Achievement Awards: “The Teacher as Assessment Leader” edited by Thomas R. Guskey; “Making Math Accessible to English Language Learners, Grades 9–12: Practical Tips and Suggestions” by r4 Educated Solutions (copublished with r4 Educated Solutions); “40 Reading Intervention Strategies for K–6 Students: Research-Based Support for RTI” by Elaine K. McEwan-Adkins; “Beyond the RTI Pyramid: Solutions for the First Year of Implementation” by William N. Bender; and “Collaborative Teams in Professional Learning Communities at Work™: Learning by Doing,” a video by Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker, and Thomas Many.
No stranger to the AEP stage, Solution Tree earned two Distinguished Achievement Awards in 2009. “Why Culture Counts: Teaching Children of Poverty” by Donna Walker Tileston and Sandra K. Darling won in the Professional Development/Education Equity category. “Power Tools for Adolescent Literacy: Strategies for Learning” by Jan Rozzelle and Carol Scearce took top honors in the Professional Development/Guided Reading category.
About Solution Tree
Solution Tree is the nation’s leading provider of comprehensive, research-based professional development solutions for K–12 educators. For more than 20 years, Solution Tree has worked with the world’s premier authors and brightest minds in education. The company transforms education by empowering educators to successfully address today’s most challenging problems to create schools where all students succeed. Learn more at http://www.solution-tree.com.