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Project CRISS (Creating Independence Through Student-Owned Strategies) Spiral-bound – Jan 1 2004


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Great Strategies Nov. 7 2013
By Tammy Bradow - Published on Amazon.com
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Full of practical strategies you can implement immediately to increase your effectiveness as a teacher. My college teacher uses in both secondary and college for strategies, but would also work in lower grades.
CRISS Book Aug. 21 2013
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I needed the book for a staff development and could not find my original book. The book is just like the one I lost and I love these books. They have the best strategies ever!
This book & project renewed my teaching & Reading Coach skills. July 28 2013
By Trudie - Published on Amazon.com
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I just needed more copies of it for the teachers to use. The leaders of "Project CRISS" require you to become a certified trainer so these books can be owned by the teachers for $50 dollars. This book is a gold mine of theory & practice in assisting our students to OWN these excellent strategies that significantly increase student achievement.
Project CRISS April 11 2013
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Fantastic HOW TO for professional educators, particularly as differentiated instruction is being emphasized. DI or not....it's a fantastic volume...recommend it to every teacher, any grade level.
Project CRISS review Sept. 12 2011
By Marla Dugan - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book for beginning and experienced educators alike. Contains many well-proven strategies including discussion strategies, active learning strategies and organizational strategies.

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