Professional Reading at the Education Library
We have a growing collection of professional reading at the Education Library. If you enjoy browsing in-person you will find the items at the front of the shelf located next to the fireplace.
Below, you will find a sample, along with the link to each one's catalog record:
A place called home: school-university-community collaboration and the immigrant educational experience
Reardon, R. Martin, editor.; Leonard, Jack, 1948- editor.
Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.,; 2021
Literacy beginnings: a prekindergarten handbook
Fountas, Irene C., author.; Pinnell, Gay Su, author.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann,; 2021
Flux leadership: real-time inquiry for humanizing educational change
Ravitch, Sharon M. editor; Kannan, Chloe Alexandra editor; Grant, Christina M. writer of foreword
New York, NY: Teachers College Press; 2022
Look, Listen, Learn, LEAD: A District-Wide Systems Approach to Teaching and Learning in PreK-12
Smith, Jeffery ; Maxlow, Kate Wolfe ; Caggianno, John
Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Incorporated; 2021
Engage every family: five simple principles
Constantino, Steven M., 1958- author.
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin, a SAGE Company,; 2021
Exploring science with dyslexic children and teens: creative, multi-sensory ideas, games and activities to support learning
Hudson, Diana, author.; Holman, John, writer of foreword.; English, Jon (Illustrator) illustrator.
London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers,; 2021
New student literacies amid COVID-19: international case studies
Sengupta, Enakshi, editor.; Blessinger, Patrick, editor.
Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited,; 2022
Generation mixed goes to school: radically listening to multiracial kids
Joseph, Ralina L. (Ralina Landwehr), 1974- author; Briscoe-Smith, Allison, author
New York, NY: Teachers College Press,; 2021
Reimagining the call to teach: a witness to teachers and teaching
Hansen, David T., 1952- author
New York: Teachers College Press,; 2021