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PRACTICAL CREATIVITY Activities and Ideas for Your Language Classroom Anne Cummings Hlas This text supplies foreign language, dual language, and English as a second language educators with a research-based model for using creativity to support language acquisition in the classroom. The book includes innovative learning exercises and teaching guidelines that are based on research of the cognitive, sociocultural, and critical aspects of creativity and learning. Anne Cummings Hlas is an associate professor of Spanish at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. She has taught language methods courses and varying levels of Spanish for more than 10 years.

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BULLYING A Neuroscience Perspective Jan Leslie Holtz Written for education professionals seeking to develop anti-bullying programs, this text blends research in neuropsychology, sexual harassment, and violence to address the developmental, psychological, and social roots of bullying, and how understanding of cognitive function is essential in the development of successful programs. It also discusses the importance of the school environment and social support. Jan Leslie Holtz earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of South Dakota. Dr. Holtz is now a professor of psychology at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, where she teaches clinical and counseling psychology, abnormal psychology, neuropsychology, and senior psychology seminar on ethics.

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CASEBOOK IN MULTICULTURAL CLINICAL SUPERVISION Models, Lenses, and Applications Theodore R. Burnes & Jeanne E. Manese This teaching-focused guide provides mental health providers with innovative strategies for clinical supervision within a culture-centered framework. The casebook offers specific examples of training situations in which issues of multiculturalism and social justice are central issues, and also highlights critical supervision topics such as mentoring, managing multiple training relationships, and more. Jeanne E. Manese, Ph.D., received her doctorate from the University of Maryland, College Park with a specialization in counseling psychology. Theodore R. Burnes, Ph.D. is the director of Training and Continuing Education Programs at the Los Angeles Gender Center.

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UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH Becoming a Competent and Critical Consumer Jeffrey Kottler and Laurie Sharp

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This text provides students with the knowledge, skills, and strategies required to critically read and evaluate published research reports. Students are first introduced to the research process, then provided with information that will help them both evaluate existing research reports and design their own reports in a competent and strategic manner.

PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS Andrew Greene

Š 2018 This text shares strategies, protocols, and ideas that extend and refine the tools administrators use to enhance the culture and functioning of their organizations. Emphasizing application over theory, the book features numerous vignettes, examples, and authentic documents, all of which effectively model the target concepts and demonstrate how to implement them.

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INFORMED TEACHING Using Data to Improve Educational Performance Dr. Michael S. Mott, Dr. Denise A. Soares, and Dr. Susan S. McClelland

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This book helps readers understand how validity and assessment technical characteristics are involved in making accurate and appropriate inferences from scores, judgements, ratings, and other checks of student performance. Keeping in mind the overarching educational goal of supporting learning objectives and goals, the book uses a validity framework to address the complexity of assessment, including testing, measuring, evaluating, and both formative and summative predicting.

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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Face to Face Daniel J. Boudah

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This text features first-hand stories, photos, essential research and statistics, and links to YouTube videos to make the lives of people with many different types of disabilities accessible, understandable, and relevant. It helps readers move past the tendency to define and identify people by their disabilities. Rather than relying entirely or mostly on facts and descriptions, the book offers authentic, lifeaffirming, and informative stories about people.

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TEACHER LEADERSHIP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE Building a Curriculum for Liberation Brittany Aronson and Thomas S. Poetter

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Developed to help educators become leaders for critical social justice, this anthology blends teacher reflection with social justice and policy to position teachers as active leaders in interdisciplinary curriculum development. It is an ideal text for preparing pre-service or new teachers to succeed in any school setting, and can be used in classes on curriculum development, multiculturalism, and social justice.

PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR STRUGGLING LEARNERS IN TODAY’S INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM Ashlea L. Rineer-Hershey

© 2018 Featuring strategies and intervention models supported by research, this book helps pre-service and in-service K-12 teachers develop action plans to help students succeed. It addresses the impact of inclusive education, identification and assessment of student learning needs, multi-tiered systems of support, ways to meet the needs of all students through differentiated learning, and more.

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ONLINE EDUCATION Practical, Theory-Based Advice for the Instructor Mona Engvig, Ph.D.

Š 2018

This text assists educators with facilitating learning in the online classroom, highlighting the role of key pedagogical aspects in delivering content and facilitating student interaction. Designed to help teachers give their students the best possible learning experience, the book focuses on the actual process of learning as the core theoretical base upon which online effective learning environments are developed and sustained.

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TEACHING FROM THE HEART Critical Communication Pedagogy in the Communication Classroom C. Kyle Rudick, Kathryn B. Golsan, and Kyle Cheesewright

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This text uses a social-justice framework to introduce beginning instructors to classroom pedagogy. Readers will learn the history, vocabulary, and skill set needed to recognize teaching and learning as sites for humanization, transformation, and growth. Topics include mentoring as an act of love, power, facilitating critical dialogue about oppression and privilege, and developing social justice classroom activities.

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PEER HEALTH EDUCATION Concepts and Content Written by Luoluo Hong | Edited by Jason Robertson, Julie Catanzarite, and Lindsay McCall

Š 2018

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This text presents a collection of material that is beneficial in the development of peer education programs and training of peer educators. It provides information on peer education history, theory, and content, in an effort to provide readers with the resources needed to develop the requisite knowledge and skills to serve as effective peer health mentors.

TEACHING STRATEGIES THAT FOSTER CONSTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR Using Your Head and Heart Shari Holmes Stokes

Š 2018 This anthology contains powerful personal narratives from young adults of color. The selections are by turns joyous, heart-wrenching, wise, sassy, humorous, hopeless, hopeful, tragic, and triumphant. Each chapter includes thought-provoking questions that allow readers to explore their responses and consider how the works relate to their own experiences. This book is well suited to classes on diversity, African-American studies, and social justice.

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A TUTORING PRIMER Reading with K-6 Struggling Readers, English Learners, and Families Julie Pennington and Rachel Salas

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This text was developed for tutors in teacher education programs who have little or no knowledge of reading and writing instruction. The book provides foundational knowledge in content, pedagogy, and assessment that can be quickly accessed, understood, and applied. The text is ideal for introductory literacy methods courses, or any class with a service learning component.

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FARRAKHAN AND EDUCATION Dr. Abul Pitre

Š 2018

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This text explores the educational ideas of Louis Farrakhan and demonstrates how these ideas could transform education. Beginning with an overview of the educational experiences of Louis Farrakhan, the book moves through educational philosophy, theoretical constructs in human development, and critical educational theory. It also situates the study of Islam in the context of human development and multicultural education.

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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING Everyday Life Applications Dr. Kiersten Renee Baughman

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This text introduces readers to fundamental theories and concepts about how learning occurs. Students will explore the nature of learning, classical and operant conditioning, the impact of reinforcement on learning, the role of self control and adherence to rules, and the power of others’ influence on learning. The text is ideal for courses in education and the psychology of learning.

TRANSFORMING STUDENT AND LEARNING SUPPORTS Developing a Unified, Comprehensive, and Equitable System Howard Adelman and Linda Taylor

© 2018 This work examines the marginalization and fragmentation of student and learning supports, and offers a design, prototypes, guides, and more for system change. Rooted in research and field trials, with focus on collaborative solutions, the text offers a fundamental perspective for any course that addresses school improvement.

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FROM BIRTH TO LATE ADULTHOOD An Introduction to Lifespan Development Claire W. Lyons

Š 2018 Written for a non-specialist audience, this text explores human psychological development from conception to late adulthood. The book opens with a discussion of the discipline to prepare students to appropriately contextualize and interpret the material. It then moves on to discuss the cognitive, emotional, and social aspects of psychological development, and to consider these in conjunction with issues of diversity.

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VOICES OF COLOR Original Writings Rooted in Authentic Experience Gail A. Bauman, Ph.D.

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This anthology contains powerful personal narratives from young adults of color. The selections are by turns joyous, heart-wrenching, wise, sassy, humorous, hopeless, hopeful, tragic, and triumphant. Each chapter includes thought-provoking questions that allow readers to explore their responses and consider how the works relate to their own experiences. This book is well suited to classes on diversity, African-American studies, and social justice.

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COMMUNICATING WELL A Fundamental Toolkit Chinn | MacDougall | Barrett | Sinnott | Spillberg | Holbrook | Nelson | Mudambi | DiManno © 2018

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Developed to help educators become leaders for critical social justice, this anthology blends teacher reflection with social justice and policy to position teachers as active leaders in interdisciplinary curriculum development. It is an ideal text for preparing pre-service or new teachers to succeed in any school setting, and can be used in classes on curriculum development, multiculturalism, and social justice.

CHALLENGING INEQUALITIES Readings in Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Hortencia Jiménez

© 2018 This collection examines the histories and historiographies of racism on both the micro (individual) and macro (institutional) levels. The anthology highlights the ways in which race is and has long been structured in social institutions, as well as the various ways in which institutional systems maintain and perpetuate social inequalities.

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GET FLIPPED Using Learning Technologies to Engage Student Learning Giovanna Follo

© 2018

This text provides instructors with ideas for how to use general apps, forms of technology, and technological resources to create assignments that get students excited about what they’re learning. The book introduces ways to use video logging, Pinterest, Instagram, MyFitnessPal, and more to foster greater student engagement. All ideas and exercises can adapt to different disciplines, topics, and levels.

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LEARNING LEARNING Facts, Theories, and Principles Student Manual B. Charles Tatum

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Each chapter of the manual features key terms, thought questions, and engagement activities such as problem analyses, puzzles, data charting, matrix completion, and hypothesis testing. The chapters also include two sets of sample questions – one set to encourage retention of facts and another to enhance critical thinking.

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MEASURING HUMANS Fundamentals of Psychometrics in Selecting and Interpreting Tests Bonnie A. Green and Harold Kiess

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Beginning with historical background and early approaches to testing, this text gives students a foundational understanding of critical concepts in the discipline. The book covers test classifications, criteria, and norms, as well as test construction, reliability, and validity. Clear and accessible, the text can be used by those with a minimal background in statistics.

INTEGRATING INNOVATION Technology Trends and Educational Transformation Ahmed Ali

© 2017 This text provides readers with information regarding the role of existing and emerging technologies in reforming and modernizing educational systems. It gives educators, administrators, technology coordinators, and policymakers a sense of how technology is disrupting old systems and shares strategies for meeting the needs of today’s empowered digital generation.

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FINDING YOUR MATH POWER Concepts in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers Karla Karstens

© 2017

This text helps pre-service teachers become more effective problemsolvers so they can better teach their students. Designed to reach the inner mathematician in each reader, this math user’s manual focuses on practical suggestions and tools. It goes beyond rote procedures for solving problems and emphasizes non-traditional methods that make sense to students.

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HOW TO TEACH MATH TO CHILDREN Joohi Lee

© 2017

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This text is based on National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards and aims to help early childhood educators understand developmentally appropriate pedagogy in order to promote children’s knowledge and skills of number sense, algebraic thinking, geometry, data analysis, probability, and more. This new edition also provides information about how NCTM standards and Common Core Math Standards are aligned.

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MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Penina A. Kamina and Ray Siegrist

© 2017

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This text combines knowledge-based mathematical content, foundational pedagogy, and research-based methods for teaching and learning. Rather than emphasizing procedures, applications, and skills the material helps pre-service and novice K-6 educators learn how to teach mathematics for conceptual understanding.

SOCIAL STUDIES METHODS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Abalo Adewui and Megan Elizabeth Angeli

© 2017 This text is based on the belief that effective social studies education is a necessary step in promoting understanding of, and participation in, democratic societies. The material in the text prepares future elementary school teachers to effectively plan lessons by considering their students’ knowledge base, the materials and activities available, and the best way to disseminate the information.

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GENDER AND EDUCATION Felecia Carter Harris

© 2017

This text discusses the impact of education on women and people of color at the intersection of gender, race, class, culture, and political and generational variables. The book explores how the languages of gender and equity can be understood beyond the assignment of categories or academic success. The text is ideal for courses in education, gender studies, and race and diversity.

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TEACHING MUSIC IN THE MULTICULTURAL EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM Gilberto D. Soto

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This text discusses principles and strategies for integrating music into early childhood and early elementary school education. Readers learn how music education meets the expressive and developmental needs of young children, and how integrating music into curricula enhances enactive, iconic, and symbolic learning experiences.

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TEACHING LITERACY IN EARLY AND MIDDLE CHILDHOOD Dr. Karen Loman, Dr. Angela Danley, and Dr. Natalie Tye

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This anthology provides teachers with practical strategies for teaching English Language Arts. Featuring topics such as vocabulary instruction, teaching phonemic awareness, fostering comprehension, and the use of graphic organizers and visual strategies, the material focuses on supporting the successful implementation of English Language Arts standards.

THE NEW ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS CLASSROOM Teaching in a Digital World Nicole Luongo

Š 2017 Developed for pre-service and practicing educators in K-12 English Language Arts (ELA), this anthology connects the ELA classroom to current technology and provides valuable, practical information about classroom trends and practices. The readings cover the new ELA classroom, digital literacy, reading and writing processes, listening and speaking skills, and viewing and visual representation.

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EARLY LITERACY ASSESSMENT AND TOOLBOX M. Mott | J. Mott | S. McClelland | L. Thomas | A. Rutherford | K. Naron | J. Moore © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text supports pre-service teachers in phonological and morphological assessment and instruction. The book addresses assessment and implementation strategies to teach students at developmental levels through a series of modules.

OUR READING TOOLBOX

THE READING/WRITING-THINKING CONNECTION Suzanne Borman, William Borman, Sylvia Garcia-Navarrete, Joel Levine, and Yuki Yamamoto © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This workbook guides students to think carefully and clearly about high-quality readings and to respond in writing to the ideas found in these readings. Reading and writing are integrated into every workbook activity and into the 10 types of extended writing activities.

CULTURALLY RELEVANT TEACHING AND LEARNING FOR SUCCESS C. T. Wilson © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book provides a practical overview of culturally relevant teaching methodology. Readers learn how to transcend an educational system that is often ill prepared to teach all students, and to instead create a new classroom culture in which culturally relevant teaching can both aid instructional practices and empower students.

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM WALLS

DEVELOPING MINDFUL HOME, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Thomas J. Starmack and Michael Patte © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text encourages students to view home, school, and community partnerships through a broad lens. Students will explore the importance of pre-service teacher training, common logistical and psychological barriers impeding involvement, practical strategies for breaking down the barriers, and how to establish reciprocal relationships between families, schools, and the larger community.

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THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION A READER

Joshua Diem © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

The essays in this reader initiate conversations on fundamental cultural and social topics that are also integral issues in education today. Each selection was chosen because it offers a unique perspective that encourages readers to think about familiar subject matter in new ways.

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE Anna B. Wolford © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

The overarching message of this text is that knowledge comes from many different sources, and future educators must engage with diverse writing styles, methodological approaches, and cultures to prepare for the diversity they will encounter in their classrooms.

PATHWAYS TO RESILIENCY

BLACK AND LATINO FAMILIES IN AMERICA ConSandra McNeil and Tara Jabbaar-Gyambrah © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

The seven chapter anthology features works of diverse perspectives and outstanding scholarship in the areas of history and acculturation, racism and inequality, education, family and relationships, religion and spirituality, public health issues and practice, and social problems and policy.

INSPIRING KIDS TO LEARN THE TOKEN ECONOMY PLAYBOOK

Denise A. Soares, Walter J. Cegelka, and James S. Payne © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book effectively combines the developmental and directive approaches to teaching children. It explains what constitutes a successful token economy, how to establish one in the classroom, and how to transition it to a currency-based system. Teachers learn how to help students focus their attention, minimize discipline issues, and build a classroom culture that leads to self-actualization.

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TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY A GUIDE FOR PRE-SERVICE EDUCATORS Rhonda Bonnstetter © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text introduces tools and strategies for integrating a variety of technologies into the classroom and shows students how to develop professional portfolios showcasing their use of these tools. Students learn how to use technology to support and communicate learning, design engaging learning experiences, and enhance professional growth.

THE STRUGGLE FOR INCLUSION

THE CHICANO EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY Carlos F. Ortega ©2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This anthology highlights many of the key issues confronted by native-born Chicano and Mexican immigrant students. Compiled for future teachers and other professionals alike, this anthology ultimately calls attention to the need to improve the educational experiences of both Mexican-origin students and all students regardless of race.

CRITICAL ISSUES IN EDUCATION A READER

Kisha R. Cunningham, Ph.D. ©2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This anthology analyzes major issues in education within the conceptual framework of educational reform. The readings examine how educational trends are shaping the future and discuss the role schools play in American society. The book will benefit students considering teaching at the elementary, middle, or high school level.

WHO WE ARE AND HOW WE LEARN

EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT AND JUSTICE FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS Lalas | Macias | Fortner | Flores | Blackmon-Balogun | Vance ©2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text addresses race and culture as they pertain to curriculum, instruction, and performance of all students, with focus on African American and Latino students. It examines social class and identity, social and cultural dimensions of family involvement as a predictor of student engagement, adaptations for English learners, and writing as a way to capture student voices.

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CHILDREN DOING PHYSICS

HOW TO FOSTER THE NATURAL SCIENTIFIC INSTINCTS IN CHILDREN

John Hauptman and EunJin Bang © 2016 REQUEST a Review Copy

This is a guide for future teachers to help children learn physics. The learning approach in the text explores what scientists do, how students learn, and how to teach by participating directly in scientific inquires.The book models a collaborative, practice-based, and reflective approach. It is aligned with the core ideas of physical sciences identified in the Next Generation Science Standards.

THOUGHT, EXPERIENCE, SENSE

COGNITIVE APPROACHES TO ENHANCED COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE

Gwen A. Hullman ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book gives readers a solid foundation in theories regarding cognitive influences on the interpersonal communication process. It also enhances understanding of how these theories can be practically applied. The book features diverse readings on the subject matter and uses case studies to bring the material to life.

LANGUAGE ACQUISITION John R Muma ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book examines cognitive development and affect in language acquisition, pre-grammatical and grammatical children, speech and hearing mechanisms, phonology, pragmatics, and literacy. Students will gain historical perspective, learn how communication acquisition is more general than actual language acquisition, and enhance their understanding of constructionism, relevance theory, usage theory, and dynamic systems theory.

BEST PRACTICES John R Muma ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text is a response to the recent paradigm shift in the field of language acquisition. It examines substantive differences between pre-grammatical and grammatical children, the limitations of normative tests, and intervention principles for various clinical populations. The book is ideally suited to classes in language acquisition, language intervention, and language assessment.

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COMPLICATING COMMUNITY AND CENTERING THE SELF: A 20 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE OF A COLLEGE-BASED COMMUNITY CENTER Edwina Welch ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text presents a case study of how cross-cultural centers can work successfully on university campuses. The book offers valuable insight to those studying diversity in higher education, student development theory and practice, or the practice and praxis of cultural centers.

EFFECTIVE PRACTICES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS Roberta Kaufman and Robert Wandberg © 2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book gives educators insight into the eight most widely researched instructional practices known to have a powerful impact on diverse student populations. The material serves as an effective bridge to the best practices that can be used consistently with students, regardless of placement.

ENGLISH FOR (FOREIGN) LANGUAGE STUDENTS Dierdre Wolownick © 2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

Mastering English is like learning to cook: begin with the basic ingredients (parts of speech), mix them together according to common sense (a few basic guidelines), season to taste (punctuate), and serve with the appropriate garnishes and conventions (spelling). Like a Master Chef with a flair for teaching, Wolownick offers an innovative recipe for English, not through rote memorization, as most standard tomes require, but through an understanding of the choices that have become our modern language.

DISCUSSION-WORTHY READINGS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Carrie Lane ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text expands the readers’ understanding of various perspectives in child psychology on topics that are controversial, cutting-edge, and deserving of critical examination. The book includes questions and assignments designed to move a course beyond the lecture format to active engagement in discussion, critical thinking, and responsive analysis.

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COMMUNICATION, CULTURE AND COMMUNITY EXPLORING AND REINTRODUCING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

Patricia St. E. Darlington, Ph.D. ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

Opening with a call for re-engagement, the text then moves on to address topics such as high quality civic education, building social capital, the role of citizenship in students’ daily lives, cultural approaches to communication, and theoretical and pedagogical perspectives on global citizenship. The text can be used in courses on communication, education, and political science.

LEARNING LEARNING FACTS, THEORIES, AND PRINCIPLES Charles Tatum © 2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text is a comprehensive survey of the field of learning from a psychological point of view. The book underscores the valuable perspectives psychology brings to our understanding of the ways all life forms, from the simple to the complex, acquire new behaviors and knowledge.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE

Abul Pitre ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text provides in-service and pre-service education leaders in the K-12 setting with a critical framework for ensuring equity and equality of education for historically underserved students.

CRITICAL ISSUES IN LITERACY PEDAGOGY NOTES FROM THE TRENCHES

Eurvine Williams ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This anthology presents information on literacy issues that are related to comprehension, assessment, best practice approaches, technology, and biliteracy. The text can be used by schools of education and departments of literacy in classes including literacy assessment, language and literacy in elementary schools, middle school and adolescent literacy courses.

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EXPLORING MATHEMATICS

INVESTIGATIONS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Rajee Amarasinghe, Lance Burger, Maria Nogin, Agnes Tuska, and Oscar Vega ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

The material in Exploring Mathematics is extensively classroom-tested, making this book an ideal, practical text for upper-division mathematics courses for preservice elementary school teachers.

COMING FULL CIRCLE A GUIDE TO SERVICE-LEARNING

Joyce Duncan and Teresa Brooks Taylor ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text emphasizes the how-to of the discipline, providing students with a clear roadmap for involvement in service fields. Written in a student-friendly, accessible style, the book combines academic instruction with participation through service.

HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION CONTENT AND CURRICULUM

Jolynn Gardner and Robert Wandberg © 2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text focuses on best practices in school and community health education. Filled with practical applications and examples, the book is written with students’ future professional experiences in mind and provides teaching strategies and learning activities for diverse learning populations.

THE BIAS BENEATH THE FACTS EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY

Debra L. Clark, Ph. D. © 2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text is based on the premise that in any democratic society education is an on-going debate. It introduces students to that debate and invites them to participate in the dialogue as professionals. Reading through the text and completing the activities allows students to form and reflect on their own opinions, and by doing so find their own professional voices.

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ADVENTURES OF A DEAN

A PRIMER ON BUSINESS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

Dr. Howard Frank © 2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text examines the interpersonal, professional, and financial aspects of being a dean, and illustrates how politics continually impacts a dean’s goals and strategies. Readers will learn about major challenges facing a top-level university administrator, such as developing international programs, and minor ones, such as dealing with a campus catering monopoly.

TECHNOLOGY HANDBOOK FOR EDUCATORS A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY

Temba C. Bassoppo-Moyo and Eurvine J. Williams © 2012 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book provides detailed explanations and clear instructions on how to integrate technology in the classroom using the most common productivity software package available to educators, particularly in the United States. It provides concrete examples and assignments that can be created with each application.

THE RELEVANCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP Leslie Jones © 2011 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text focuses on developing instructional leadership skills that can be practically applied in the school environment. Pertinent issues like accountability, leadership skills and traits, school culture, classroom observations, and professional development are discussed with practical implications for instructional leaders.

FREEDOM FIGHTERS

STRUGGLES INSTITUTING THE STUDY OF BLACK HISTORY IN K-12 EDUCATION

Abul Pitre © 2011 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book captures the ongoing struggle to implement multicultural curricula in schools. It details how African American students, caught in the vicious cycle of territorial fights, low test scores, and placed at risk for dropping out of school, experienced self-transformation through the study of Black History.

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EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTIONS

K-12 PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS

Deanna Burney ©2011 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text gives educational and psychological practitioners insight into the Response to Intervention process. Response to Intervention provides highquality instruction and intervention matched to student needs.

BULLYING PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS THE ADVENTURES OF BIG OLLIE Jim Jelinske © 2010 REQUEST a Review Copy

Inspired by personal experiences, this book educates students, parents, and teachers about the effects of bullying on children. It helps others understand that being different is OK, and judgment should not be based on how people look on the outside, but who they are in the inside.

YES ! CAN (YES I CAN) Kelli Allen and Jeanna Scheve © 2010 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text shows you how students can reach higher achievement when getting to choose what activities they prefer to reinforce the content being learned, while utilizing current technological applications and lessons that are tailored to their personal learning styles.

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