July 27, 2018  •  In This Issue:

1.  New fall titles and catalog
2.  Using poetry to jumpstart a discussion about ethnic names
3.  Stenhouse's 25th Anniversary Blog: The method takes shape

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1) New fall titles and catalog
Kick off the new school year with our crop of fall titles from Stenhouse authors you have come to trust—as well as some fresh, new voices.
Stenhouse Fall 2018 Catalog, by Chuck Lerch
Many of our new titles are available for preview and ordering, and the rest are available for preorder. Stay tuned to Newslinks and follow us on Twitter for regular updates on books and authors.

Look for the new Fall 2018 Stenhouse Catalog in your mailbox in the coming weeks, or download the catalog now:

Spotlight on new mathematics books:

Choral Counting & Counting Collections, by Megan L. Franke, Elham Kazemi, and Angela Chan Turrou Choral Counting & Counting Collections
Transforming the PreK-5 Math Classroom
Megan L. Franke, Elham Kazemi, and Angela Chan Turrou
This influential book inspires preschool and elementary teachers to experience the joys and rewards of regularly using two activities—Choral Counting and Counting Collections—in their classrooms and in their partnerships with families.
Grades K‑5 • 244 pp/paper • $29.00 • Available late August
Includes a free online Choral Counting tool.

Digging Deeper, by Ruth Parker and Cathy Humphreys Digging Deeper
Making Number Talks Matter Even More
Ruth Parker and Cathy Humphreys
How teachers react to wrong answers and mistakes makes all the difference in mathematics class. The response can determine whether a student tunes out or delves in. This comprehensive sequel to Making Number Talks Matter explores more deeply the ways Number Talks can transform student understanding of mathematics.
Grades 3‑10 • 152 pp/paper • $26.00 • Available late October

Adding Talk to the Equation, by Lucy West Adding Talk to the Equation
A Self-Study Guide for Teachers and Coaches on Improving Math Discussions
New print + online video format
Lucy West
Designed for math teachers and coaches in grades 1-8, this self-study guide, now available as a paperback with extensive online classroom video, showcases elementary and middle school classrooms where teachers inspire even the most reluctant students to share their ideas. Lucy West invites teachers into real-life classrooms where all students stay in the game, stay motivated about learning, and ultimately deepen their understanding.
Grades 1‑8 • 88 pp/paper + 60 min. online video • $23.00 • Available now

Necessary Conditions, by Geoff Krall Necessary Conditions
Teaching Secondary Math with Academic Safety, Quality Tasks, and Effective Facilitation
Geoff Krall
Foreword by Fawn Nguyen
You can help every student come to recognize that they are indeed a "math person." Necessary Conditions posits for the first time a coherent approach to secondary math pedagogy. Krall identifies three essential elements that will open the door to math for all your students: academic safety, quality tasks, and effective facilitation.
Grades 6‑12 • 358 pp/paper • $41.00 • Available late October


2) Using poetry to jumpstart a discussion about ethnic names
Not Light, but Fire, by Matthew Kay In this excerpt from Matthew Kay's new book Not Light, but Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom, he uses poetry to jumpstart a class discussion about names—ethnic names, nicknames, "passing," concatenated names, "ghetto" names, and more. Read the blog here:

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3) Stenhouse's 25th Anniversary Blog: The method takes shape
Stenhouse celebrates 25 years As Stenhouse celebrates its 25th year, we've taken a look back at our roots. This new installment of the anniversary blog captures our early years, as the founders established Stenhouse and built its identity:


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