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ABCS OF CBM: PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CURRICULUM-BASED MEASUREMENT

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JOHN L. HOSP, HOBART CLASS OF 1992

This pragmatic, accessible book presents an empirically supported conceptual framework and hands-on instructions for conducting curriculum-based measurement (CBM) in grades K-8. The authors provide everything needed to evaluate student learning in reading, spelling, writing, and math; graph the resulting data; and use this information to make sound instructional decisions, plan interventions, and monitor progress. The role of CBM within a response-to-intervention model is also explained. Every chapter includes helpful answers to frequently asked questions, and the appendices contain over 20 reproducible administration and scoring guides, forms, and planning checklists. The large-size format and lay-flat binding facilitate photocopying and day-to-day use.

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ADIRONDACK BIRDING: 60 Great Places to Find Birds

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JOHN M. C. PETERSON, HOBART CLASS OF 1964

This is the first comprehensive guide to birding sites in the Adirondack Park, a six-million acre wilderness that harbors nearly 300 avian species. The authors, John M.C. Peterson and Gary N. Lee, drew on decades of field experience in selecting sixty places where you can walk or paddle to find the species of most interest to birders. 200 illustrations including 16 pages of color photographs by Jeff Nadler. 5.5" x 8.5";. 240 pages

Item: 097892543

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AMERICA IS THE PRISON

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LEE BERNSTEIN, HOBART CLASS OF 1989

In the 1970s, while politicians and activists outside prisons debated the proper response to crime, incarcerated people helped shape those debates though a broad range of remarkable political and literary writings.

Lee Bernstein explores the forces that sparked a dramatic "prison art renaissance," shedding light on how incarcerated people produced powerful works of writing, performance, and visual art. These included everything from George Jackson's revolutionary Soledad Brother to Miguel Piñero's acclaimed off-Broadway play and Hollywood film Short Eyes. An extraordinary range of prison programs--fine arts, theater, secondary education, and prisoner-run programs--allowed the voices of prisoners to influence the Black Arts Movement, the Nuyorican writers, "New Journalism," and political theater, among the most important aesthetic contributions of the decade.

By the 1980s and '90s, prisoners' educational and artistic programs were scaled back or eliminated as the "war on crime" escalated. But by then these prisoners' words had crossed over the wall, helping many Americans to rethink the meaning of the walls themselves and, ultimately, the meaning of the society that produced them.

Item: 080783387

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ANIMAL BUILDER

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KATE SCHRUTH, WILLIAM SMITH CLASS OF 2005

The Animal Builder is a colorful, inquisitive book about a giant anteater who creates animals out of things he finds in nature. It's a book to open the imagination. Illustrated entirely in cut paper. Recommended for ages 3-6. Publication Date: 2011

Item: 061554119

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APOCALYPSE OF THE BARBARIANS

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SANDY KROLICK, HOBART CLASS OF 1975

The background chatter is becoming increasingly loud: America is facing a terminal crisis, a singular and perfect turning in its short history. While we stand as benefactor and apotheosis to an arduous historical legacy called Western civilization, the whole story - from its stunning beginnings in the ancient Near East nearly six-thousand years ago to the post-millennial American hegemony - the entire edifice rests upon a cluster of hypotheses about the world. These continue to shoulder our commonsense understanding of life, while thwarting any recollection of what was lost with the emergence of that history. Apocalypse is an inquiry into those remote and founding hypotheses. Rummaging through current global affairs these essays serve as a handle for unwinding some ingrained historical prejudices so we may overcome the forced erasure of our pre-historic past, and recover the memory of another, perhaps more humane way to live.

Item: 098371441

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AXLE ANNIE & THE SPEED GRUMP

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ALICE ROBIN PULVER, WILLIAM SMITH CLASS OF 1967

Axle Annie, Burskyville's best, most beloved school bus driver, has a big problem, and that problem has a name: Rush Hotfoot. Rush is an absolute menace -- always in both a hurry and a bad mood, driving full blast down the street. He even ignores the bus's stop-sign arm! But if anybody can tame the speed grump, Annie can.

Item: 080372787

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BANG BANG

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LYNN HOFFMAN, HOBART CLASS OF 1965

Paula Sherman embarks upon a one-woman quest to change America, ultimately becoming national hero and villain, enforcer and outlaw, lover and leader, in this provocative, darkly exciting tale. When a bungled armed robbery gets Paula's friend killed right in front of her, she finds herself propelled to national attention as her words and image are stolen and used in a pro-handgun election campaign. Mousy little Paula is no longer just an overworked waitress with a beautiful singing voice—she has become a symbol for the violence that she detests. The pro-gun propaganda gives her an idea that will transform her, redeem her name and her image, and change the way an entire country talks about handgun violence.

Item: 160164000

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BAR DREAMS: The Hopes, Goals and Aspirations of 132 people

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AUGUSTUS SCHOEN-RENE, HOBART COLLEGE CLASS OF 1984

Bar Dreams is an insightful look into the hearts of 132 semi-random people. Their dreams and hopes and goals range from the silly to the sublime and everything in between. Prepare to be inspired, enlightened and entertained.

Item: 097145180

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BIRTHDAY PARTY MURDER: A Lucy Stone Mystery #9

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LESLIE MEIER, WILLIAM SMITH CLASS OF 1970

The whole town of Tinker's Cove is looking forward to the celebration marking former librarian Julia Ward Howe Tilley's ninetieth birthday. Lucy Stone, Miss Tilley's closest friend, dreamed up the party idea--at about the same time she decided she's not getting old without a fight.

That sounds like a plan--until Lucy realizes her daughter's fourteenth birthday bash, a coed sleepover, may turn her hair white overnight. What was she thinking when she agreed to let Sara have the party? On her mind, instead, was the shocking death of Sherman Cobb, the town's oldest attorney, an apparent suicide. His law partner, however, thinks Sherman was murdered.

Poking about in Sherman's papers, Lucy turns up an intriguing tie between the dead man and Miss Tilley. Meanwhile Miss Tilley's own past has come back to haunt her in the form of a mysterious niece named Shirley and a biker great nephew named Snake. Soon no one can get to see the elderly librarian because the brash, bossy Shirley says she's "failing." Now, as a killer's ruthless plan rushes toward a conclusion, Lucy needs answers fast--or else she and Miss Tilley won't live long enough to make a wish and blow out the candles on this year's birthday cake...

Item: 075822893

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BLACKOUT

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JAMES GOODMAN, HOBART CLASS OF 1979

On July 13, 1977, there was a blackout in New York City. With the dark came excitement, adventure, and fright in subway tunnels, office towers, busy intersections, high-rise stairwells, hotel lobbies, elevators, and hospitals. There was revelry in bars and restaurants, music and dancing in the streets. On block after block, men and women proved themselves heroes by helping neighbors and strangers make it through the night.

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Item: 086547658

Price: $23.00

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