Win a Classroom Set of Novels

        Recently, a teacher commented that they would love to use one of our Complete Novel Units, but they didn't have a classroom set of books to use with the students.         This got me, Lisa, thinking about how I would love to be like Oprah or Ellen and give away classroom sets of books.  "A classroom set for you! A classroom set for you!"

        We checked our budget and decided it would be really fun to give away one classroom set. Thanks for understanding that we lack the sponsors of the aforementioned talk-show hosts.         With February, Black History Month, coming close, we thought we'd offer a way to win a classroom set of novels (up to 35 books) for either Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis or Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor.        If you, or someone you know, has wanted to teach one of these novels in their class, we are providing one possible way to get the books needed to make it happen.  

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HOMESCHOOL PARENTS we haven't forgotten about you!
You can win up to 3 books.

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Make sure you read the giveaway Terms and Conditions in the Rafflecopter. They include:
The winner must choose between **Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963** or **Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry**. 
The winner of the classroom book set must be a classroom teacher and provide us with their school address in order for us to mail the books to that address.  
Five (5) runner-ups will win a complete novel unit of their choice from our store.
All winners will need to be willing to communicate through email in order to receive their winnings.  
The winner is responsible for checking with their school and/or district to ensure they are allowed to use the novel choice in their classroom.

We are not responsible if the winnings get lost in the mail or any other situation beyond our control.  If you win, we will buy you the books and use the address you provide us for the mailing address.

Episode 2: Moving Students from What to Think ... to How to Think
          Today, we're talking about one of our core beliefs about thinking: that a teacher's role today has moved from teaching students to learn "what" to think ... to teaching them "how" to think. Hop on over and share your thoughts in the conversation.

Episode 1: Priming, Classroom Testing, and The Voice
*cue fancy announcement trumpets*

Our first vlog post ... in which we discuss the psychology of priming, how that affects student testing results, and why that might be giving some of The Voice coaches a winning advantage. Can't wait to hear your experiences in your classroom on this topic!

In the vlog, we mention a book called Blink by Malcolm Gladwell, one of my favorite non-fiction writers. Check out here to learn more about this phenomenon
or watch here to learn more by hearing Gladwell talk.

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