New education books
- EdSpeak and doubletalk : a glossary to decipher hypocrisy and save public schooling
- Eliminating the achievement gap
- Call me Ahab a short story collection
- Mean little deaf queer a memoir
- Race, justice, and activism in literacy instruction
- Just schools : building equitable collaborations with families and communities
- The inclusive classroom : strategies for effective differentiated instruction
- The new American college town : designing effective campus and community partnerships
- CHINESE DREAM : educating the future.
- Exploring gender and LGBTQ issues in K-12 and teacher education : a rainbow assemblage
- Mobile learning applications in early childhood education
- Good kings bad kings a novel
- Leading with dignity : how to create a culture that brings out the best in people
- Open and equitable scholarly communications : creating a more inclusive future
- The reflective educator's guide to classroom research : learning to teach and teaching to learn through practitioner inquiry
- Students of revolution : youth, protest, and coalition building in Somoza-era Nicaragua
- Scaffolding language development in immersion and dual language classrooms
- Natural allies : hope and possibility in teacher-family partnerships
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In addition to books, here are some other types of library resources you may want to strategically target:
- Academic subject-specific encyclopedias provide summaries of information and suggest further readings.
- Handbooks provide background or "how to" information about research methodologies or professional topics.
- In journals, primary source articles present original scholarly work, and they are often peer-reviewed. Also in journals, review articles (not to be confused with book reviews) summarize findings of all relevant publications into one coherent view of the topic.
- Theses or dissertations often provide thorough literature reviews on their topic.
- Children's literature information resources
- Educational leadership
- Contemplative inquiry resources
- Counselling resources
- Curriculum Collection
- Education law & legal resources
- MEd in Educational Practice
- Nature-based and place-conscious practices
- PDP guide: Resources for Professional Programs
- Ressources et outils pour l'éducation en français
- EDUC 100W: Selected Questions and Issues in Education
- EDUC 230: Introduction to Philosophy of Education
- EDUC 322: The Social Lives of School Children
- EDUC 390: Fairy Tales, Popular Culture, and Childhood
- EDUC 422: Learning Disabilities
- EDUC 464: Early Childhood Education
- EDUC 864: Research Designs in Education