Education


Edited by Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic and Robert J. Lackie

Format: print

Location: Teaching & Learning Collection – Bond House

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SMeRT Blog Book Review

Description from Neal-Schuman
“Cvetkovic, Lackie and their contributors debunk common myths and misconceptions about this unique generation to provide a realistic understanding of their instructional needs and learning styles. You’ll find a comprehensive introduction and overview of Gen M, including key term definitions, background information, and…” Read more…

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By David H. Rose

Format: print

Location: Teaching & Learning Collection – Bond House

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Description
Published by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in 2002, this book discusses concepts of universal design and how to apply them to student learning.

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Teaching to the Brain’s Natural Learning Systems (ebook)

By Alfie Kohn

Format: print

Location: Circulating Collection – Library Lower Level

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Description from DaCapo Books
“Kohn’s incisive analysis reveals how a set of misconceptions about learning and a misguided focus on competitiveness has left our kids with less free time, and our families with more conflict…” Read more…

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Closing the Book on Homework: Enhancing Public Education and Freeing Family Time (ebook)

International Perspectives on Student Outcomes and Homework : Family-School-Community Partnerships

By Mark Bauerlein

Format: print

Location: Circulating Collection – Library Lower Level

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Description from the Author’s Website
“Anyone who thinks this is mere intergenerational grousing, the time-worn tradition of an older generation wagging its finger at a younger one, should think again. Drawing upon exhaustive research, detailed portraits, and historical and social analysis, The Dumbest Generation presents an uncompromisingly realistic study of the young American mind at this critical juncture. The book also lays out a compelling vision of how we might address its deficiencies…” Read more…

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