Action Research by Craig A. Mertler is a "how to" book for designing and conducting research in the classroom. This research design can be for the everyday use or for larger research projects.
EduProtocol Field Guide Book 1 by Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo provide 16 classroom-tested "protocols" to make learning fun and different. This guide book reaches all grade levels from K to 12.
Tech Like A Pirate by Matt Miller provides teachers with fun and creative ways to use technology in the classroom.
The Flat World of Education by Linda Darling-Hammond is written to open eyes to the evolution of our education system in the United States. She examines issues such as equity, equality of spending, teacher preparation, and testing in K-12 education.
The Power of Questions by Beverly Falk & Megan Blumenreich is a teacher resource for one to pursue questions and foster understandings of educational methods, reignite teaching practices and redesign curriculum to benefit students.
The Visual Connection by Bobbe Baggio, PH.D is written to provide tips on how with very little money one can use visuals to help students learn.
Visible Learning For Teachers by John Hattie is written for students and teachers. John Hattie concludes 15 years of research in this step-by-step guidance book of how to have visible learning and visible teaching in the classroom.
White Space Is Not Your Enemy by Rebecca Hagen and Kim Golombisky is a "how to" book written to instruct readers about graphic design and how to provide effective visual communication.