LEARNING STYLES INVENTORY APP FOR TABLETS

This learning styles inventory asks a series of 35 questions designed to determine your learning style. Learning styles describe the way a person learns. Understanding your preferred learning style will enable you to adjust situations to maximize your learning. If you are a teacher, instructor of others, or business leader, understanding how learning styles work, and using this knowledge to differentiate your interactions with others, will lead to greater success with your students and/or employees. It is important to note that all individuals fall on a continuum with respect to learning styles. While some may possess more of a particular style, they will likely have characteristics of all of them.

Culturally Responsive Educational Theories: A Practical Guide 
This training manual focuses on the implementation of culturally responsive practices and closing the achievement gap and reducing classroom discipline referrals.

PARENTING WHEN WE'RE NO LONGER TOGETHER

Recognizing that 71% of children 3 years and younger do not live with their biological parents, Dr. Tanner wrote this valuable book. As a principal and a teacher, he has seen countless children impacted by the separation of their parents. This book was written to assist parents with barriers that often get in the way of co-parenting. It helps parents separate emotion from behavior in an effort to focus on the best interest of their children. When parents work together, children are more likely to thrive. Lastly, the manual gives insight into how to create those thriving co-parenting environments, even with the most frustrating ex-partner. 

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE EDUCATIONAL THEORIES

This book takes a closer look at the various theories surrounding culturally responsive teaching. Each chapter provides relevant examples and case studies to assist educational professionals in understanding the importance of cultural responsive teaching and developing culturally responsive classrooms.

PARENTS NEED HELP TOO! A GUIDE FOR PARENTS OF SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN


The perfect resource for a parent struggling to help their child academically and emotionally as they navigate standardized testing and adolescence. Among countless other parenting concerns, this book includes a chapter on motivating an unmotivated child academically, and proven successful strategies to improve your child's behavior. Most importantly, this book addresses all of the major areas of raising a healthy child (physical, intellectual, psychological, environmental, and social). Also available in Spanish.