How to teach

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () 'Yes, please!': an improvisational framework for contemporary art education [d]
  2. () Teaching and collecting technical standards: a handbook for librarians and educators [i]
  3. () Recalibrating the compass in a changing world: education for meaning and meaningful education [d]
  4. () Privileged careerists, working-class idealists: complicating the relationship of class, college values, and curricular choices [d]
  5. () From ambiguity to action: integrating collective sensemaking and rational decision making in management pedagogy and practice [d]
  6. () Epistemic uncertainty and the support of productive struggle during scientific modeling for knowledge co-development [d]
  7. () Placing history: using digital maps to situate historical research and foreground student authorship [i]
  8. () Deconstructing depth of knowledge: a method and model for deeper teaching and learning [i]
  9. Silke Higgins & Ngoc Yen Tran [ed] () Embracing change: alternatives to traditional research writing assignments [i]
  10. Ekaterina Ivanova & Isabel Rimanoczy [ed] () Revolutionizing sustainability education: stories and tools of mindset transformation [i] [d]
  11. () How teaching happens: seminal works in teaching and teacher effectiveness and what they mean in practice [i] [d]
  12. () Argumentation and scientific consensus-building: using the nonfiction narrative to generate contextual understanding [d]
  13. () Empowering young children: how to nourish deep, transformative learning for social justice [i] [d]
  14. () What fascinates you?: infographics as research-based inquiry for artists [i]
  15. () The restorative practices playbook: tools for transforming discipline in schools [i]
  16. () Education for sustainability: sourcing inner qualities and capacities for transformation [i] [d]
  17. () Integrations: the struggle for racial equality and civic renewal in public education [i] [d]
  18. () Intellectual dependability: a virtue theory of the epistemic and educational ideal [i] [d]
  19. () Cognitive development for academic achievement: building skills and motivation [i]
  20. () Peace for racial progress: exploring the integration of peace and antiracist education [i] [u]
  21. () Is that a philosophical question?: the philosopher as teacher: the tension between democratizing the classroom and building skills in philosophy for children [d]
  22. () Honoring trans and gender-expansive students in music education [i] [d]
  23. Matilda Keynes, Henrik Åström Elmersjö, Daniel Lindmark, & Björn Norlin [ed] () Historical justice and history education [i] [d]
  24. () Schools that heal: design with mental health in mind [i]
  25. () Empowerment for teaching excellence through virtuous agency [i] [d]
  26. () Moral education for social justice [i]
  27. () Critical integrative argumentation: toward complexity in students' thinking [d]
  28. () Student success and the high school–university transition: 100 years of chemistry education research [d]
  29. () Beyond students: how teacher psychology shapes educational inequality [p] [d]
  30. Jason Wingard & Christine A. Farrugia [ed] () The great skills gap: optimizing talent for the future of work [i] [d]
  31. () Why geography is so important [i] [d]
  32. () Visual representation construction for collective reasoning in elementary science classrooms [d]
  33. () Finding the place of argumentation in science education: epistemics and whole science [d]
  34. James M. Ambury, Tushar Irani, & Kathleen Wallace [ed] (/2021) Philosophy as a way of life: historical, contemporary, and pedagogical perspectives [i] [d]
  35. () Revisiting Peirce's account of scientific creativity to inform classroom practice [d]
  36. () Indian education for all: decolonizing Indigenous education in public schools [i]
  37. () Teaching argument through relationships [d]
  38. () Teaching and learning by questioning [i] [d]
  39. () Distracted: why students can't focus and what you can do about it [i]
  40. () Post-truth and science identity: a virtue-based approach to science education [d]
  41. () The 'six-line essay' writing intervention for first-year philosophy students: a preliminary report [d]
  42. () From walls to bridges: education as dialectic and the educator as curator of the affective conditions of dialogue [i] [d]
  43. () Learning and teaching musical heritage in immigrant Chicago [d] [u]
  44. Neil Mercer, Rupert Wegerif, & Louis Major [ed] () The Routledge international handbook of research on dialogic education [i] [d]
  45. () The lost moral purpose of science education [d]
  46. John Russon, Siby K. George, & P. G. (Pravesh) Jung [ed] () Teaching in unequal societies [i] [d]
  47. () Reframed: self-reg for a just society [self-regulation] [i] [d]
  48. () 'Knowledge is power': barriers to intellectual humility in the classroom [i] [d]
  49. () Using adapted studio critique to teach peer review in the document design classroom [d]
  50. Iris M. Yob & Estelle R. Jorgensen [ed] () Humane music education for the common good [i] [j]
  51. () Escape from teaching [i]
  52. () Unconscious bias in schools: a developmental approach to exploring race and racism [i]
  53. () Data visualization literacy: definitions, conceptual frameworks, exercises, and assessments [p] [d]
  54. () Creating dialectics to learn: infrastructures, practices, and challenges [i] [d]
  55. () Managing uncertainty in scientific argumentation [in education] [d] [u]
  56. () Targeting conceptual understanding: how to improve learning and course retention in research methods courses [d]
  57. () Supporting the development of a professional identity: general principles [p] [d]
  58. () Using computer-aided argument mapping to teach reasoning [i] [d] [u]
  59. () Finding the question: a puzzle-based approach to the logic of discovery [d]
  60. () Designing student reflections to enable transformative learning experiences [d]
  61. () Teaching in the now: John Dewey on the educational present [i] [j]
  62. () Teaching critical thinking as if our future depends on it, because it does [i] [d]
  63. Ute Harms & Michael J. Reiss [ed] () Evolution education re-considered: understanding what works [i] [d]
  64. () Diversity is not enough: the importance of inclusive pedagogy [d]
  65. () 3 ways to help give all students 'information privilege' [u]
  66. () Dialogical argumentation and reasoning in elementary science classrooms [i] [d]
  67. () Who me?: ideas for faculty who never expected to be teaching public health students to write [p] [d]
  68. () Information pollution and academic leadership in America [on 'academic information pollution'] [u]
  69. Elizabeth Ann McKinley & Linda Tuhiwai Smith [ed] () Handbook of indigenous education [i] [d]
  70. () With a little help from my friends: conversation-based instruction for culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) classrooms [i]
  71. Jasmine A. Mena & Kathryn Quina [ed] () Integrating multiculturalism and intersectionality into the psychology curriculum: strategies for instructors [i] [d] [j]
  72. Na'ilah Suad Nasir, Jarvis R. Givens, & Christopher P. Chatmon [ed] () 'We dare say love': supporting achievement in the educational life of Black boys [i]
  73. () 33 simple strategies for faculty: a week-by-week resource for teaching first-year and first-generation students [i]
  74. Dolores Perin [ed] () The Wiley handbook of adult literacy [i] [d]
  75. Michael A. Peters, Petar Jandrić, & Alexander J. Means [ed] () Education and technological unemployment [i] [d]
  76. () Argumentation strategies in the classroom [i]
  77. () Evaluation and promotion of argumentative reasoning among university students: the case of academic writing [d] [u]
  78. () Teachers' scaffolding science reading comprehension in low-income schools: how to improve achievement in science [d]
  79. () How we teach science: what's changed, and why it matters [i] [d]
  80. () A wantless, workless world: how the origins of the university can inform its future [i] [d]
  81. () Teaching complex ideas: how to translate your expertise into great instruction [i] [d]
  82. () Teaching as the art of staging: a scenario-based college pedagogy in action [i]
  83. () Reflections on the purpose of indigenous environmental education [i] [d]
  84. () From advocacy to accountability in experiential learning practices [d]
  85. () Crits: a student manual [art studio critiques] [i] [d]
  86. () 'All of us together in a blurred space': principles for co-creating curriculum with international partners [d]
  87. () Why don't more Indians do better in school?: the battle between U.S. schooling & American Indian/Alaska Native education [d] [j]
  88. () Service learning: the Peace Corps, American higher education, and the limits of modernist ideas of development and citizenship [d]
  89. () Music, education, and diversity: bridging cultures and communities [i]
  90. Yehudit Judy Dori, Zemira R. Mevarech, & Dale R. Baker [ed] () Cognition, metacognition, and culture in STEM education: learning, teaching and assessment of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—STEM [i] [d]
  91. () This problem belongs to everyone [i] [d] [j]
  92. Elaine E. Englehardt & Michael S. Pritchard [ed] () Ethics across the curriculum—pedagogical perspectives [i] [d]
  93. () The best leaders are great teachers [u]
  94. () Unlocking student talent: the new science of developing expertise [i]
  95. () Saner citizens of tomorrow: intercultural education at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis [from the 1930s] [u]
  96. () An asset-based approach to Latino education in the United States: understanding gaps and advances [i] [d]
  97. () Note-taking during discussion: using a weekly reflection assignment to motivate students to learn from their peers [d]
  98. Jennifer H. Herman & Linda Burzotta Nilson [ed] () Creating engaging discussions: strategies for 'avoiding crickets' in any size classroom and online [i]
  99. () Stimulating reflection and self-correcting reasoning through argument mapping: three approaches [d]
  100. () Training social studies teachers to develop inquiry-based GIS lessons [d]
  101. () Critical financial literacy: an agenda [d]
  102. Gerald Kayingo & Virginia McCoy Hass [ed] () The health professions educator: a practical guide for new and established faculty [i]
  103. Kenneth D. Keith [ed] () Culture across the curriculum: a psychology teacher's handbook [i] [d]
  104. () Understanding education: history, politics and practice [i] [d]
  105. () Bring the world to your classroom: using Google geo tools [i]
  106. Laura Kerslake & Rupert Wegerif [ed] () Theory of teaching thinking: international perspectives [i] [d]
  107. () The learning benefits of teaching: a retrieval practice hypothesis [d]
  108. Joe Lockard & Sherry Rankins-Robertson [ed] () Prison pedagogies: learning and teaching with imprisoned writers [i] [j]
  109. () Helping students overcome social anxiety: skills for academic and social success (SASS) [i]
  110. () Learner assessment and remediation [i]
  111. () Reading for meaning: the foundational knowledge every teacher of science should have [d]
  112. () What's the use of conflict in Dewey?: toward a pedagogy of compromise [d] [j] [u]
  113. () Engineering cognition: a process of knowledge acquisition and application [i] [d]
  114. () Transforming 'ecosystem' from a scientific concept into a teachable topic: philosophy and history of ecology informs science textbook analysis [d]
  115. Harvey Shapiro [ed] () The Wiley handbook on violence in education: forms, factors, and preventions [i] [d]
  116. () Writing without words: designing for a visual learning experience [with digital infographics] [d]
  117. () Big history as a scaffold for futures education [d]
  118. () Undergraduate students demonstrate common false scientific reasoning strategies [d]
  119. () Making the grade: promoting positive outcomes for students with learning disabilities [i]
  120. Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, Gabriel Wittum, & Andreas Dengel [ed] () Positive learning in the age of information: a blessing or a curse? [i] [d]
  121. Jaime Ahlberg & Michael Chobli [ed] () Procreation, parenthood, and educational rights: ethical and philosophical issues [i] [d]
  122. () Don't you dare try to teach science without building models! [u]
  123. () Processes of negotiation in socio-scientific argumentation about vegetarianism in teacher education [i] [d]
  124. () State of the world 2017: EarthEd: rethinking education on a changing planet [i] [d]
  125. () The impacts of domain-general vs. domain-specific diagramming tools on writing [d]
  126. () Experimental evidence for diagramming benefits in science writing [d]
  127. () Hidden treasure on the road to Xanadu: what connecting library service usage data to unique student IDs can reveal [d]
  128. () Measuring what we do in schools: how to know if what we are doing is making a difference [i]
  129. () The role of the teacher in promoting argumentative interactions in the learning contexts of higher education [i] [d]
  130. Clare Brooks, Graham Butt, & Mary Fargher [ed] () The power of geographical thinking [i] [d]
  131. () (Re)educating the senses to multicultural communities: prospective teachers using digital media and sonic cartography to listen for culture [d]
  132. Carol A. Chapelle & Shannon Sauro [ed] () The handbook of technology and second language teaching and learning [i] [d]
  133. () Toward an open learning analytics ecosystem [i] [d]
  134. () Flipped classrooms: a review of key ideas and recommendations for practice [d]
  135. () Critical thinking: conceptual perspectives & practical guidelines [i] [d]
  136. () Teaching the art and craft of drafting public law: statutes, rules, and more [u]
  137. () GIS and the power of geographical thinking [i] [d]
  138. Michael Filimowicz & Veronika Tzankova [ed] () Teaching computational creativity [i] [d]
  139. Robert A. Fox & Nina K. Buchanan [ed] () The Wiley handbook of school choice [i] [d]
  140. () Argumentation scheme-based argument generation to support feedback in educational argument modeling systems [d]
  141. () Acting it out: using drama in the classroom to improve student engagement, reading, and critical thinking [i] [d]
  142. () Teachers are designers: addressing problems of practice in education [d]
  143. () The development of empathic perspective-taking in an engineering ethics course [d]
  144. () The writing revolution: a guide to advancing thinking through writing in all subjects and grades [one sentence at a time] [i]
  145. () Making learning interesting and its application to the science classroom [d]
  146. () Experiential learning theory: the importance of outdoor classrooms in environmental education [d]
  147. Phyllis Katz [ed] () Drawing for science education: an international perspective [i] [d]
  148. Ben Kei Daniel [ed] () Big data and learning analytics in higher education: current theory and practice [i] [d]
  149. () Climate change, collections and the classroom: using big data to tackle big problems [d]
  150. () Dialogue, integration, and action: empowering students, empowering community [d]
  151. () Deconstructing race: multicultural education beyond the color-bind [i]
  152. () Why do we need government?: the role of civic education in the face of the free-rider problem [i] [u]
  153. Elizabeth C. Matto, Alison Rios Millett McCartney, Elizabeth A. Bennion, & Dick Simpson [ed] () Teaching civic engagement across the disciplines [i] [u]
  154. () Graphs as images vs. graphs as diagrams: a problem at the intersection of semiotics and didactics [i] [d]
  155. () Natural-born arguers: teaching how to make the best of our reasoning abilities [d]
  156. () Spatial thinking assists geographic thinking: evidence from a study exploring the effects of geospatial technology [d]
  157. Tema Milstein, Mairi Pileggi, & Eric Morgan [ed] () Environmental communication pedagogy and practice [i] [d]
  158. () Environmental privilege walk: unpacking the invisible knapsack [i] [d]
  159. () Natural history collections: teaching about biodiversity across time, space, and digital platforms [d]
  160. Michael P. Mueller, Deborah J. Tippins, & Arthur J. Stewart [ed] () Animals and science education: ethics, curriculum and pedagogy [i] [d]
  161. Martin Mulder [ed] () Competence-based vocational and professional education: bridging the worlds of work and education [i] [d]
  162. () Challenging the dominance of formalism in accounting education: an analysis of the potential of stewardship in light of the evolution of legal education [d]
  163. () Educating girls: the key to tackling global poverty [u]
  164. () Learning to argue via apprenticeship [p] [d]
  165. () Twelve tips for developing and delivering a massive open online course in medical education [p] [d]
  166. () Teaching close reading and compelling writing with the 'New Sentences' column [u]
  167. () Teaching ethics in business schools: a conversation on disciplinary differences, academic provincialism, and the case for integrated pedagogy [d] [j]
  168. () Dialogue, argumentation, and education: history, theory, and practice [i] [d]
  169. Timothy J. Shaffer, Nicholas V. Longo, Idit Manosevitch, & Maxine S. Thomas [ed] () Deliberative pedagogy: teaching and learning for democratic engagement [i] [j]
  170. () C. S. Peirce and the teaching of drawing [i] [d]
  171. () From me to we: revolutionising mindfulness in schools [d]
  172. () Problem-oriented learning in geography education: construction of motivating problems [d]
  173. () Vulnerability in the art room: explorations of visual journals and risks in the creation of a psychologically safe environment [d]
  174. () Finance-informed citizens, citizen-informed finance: an essay occasioned by the International handbook of financial literacy [d] [u]
  175. () Wilful ignorance and the emotional regime of schools [d]
  176. () Remixing the classroom: toward an open philosophy of music education [i] [j]
  177. Andrew Peterson, Robert Hattam, Michalinos Zembylas, & James Arthur [ed] () The Palgrave international handbook of education for citizenship and social justice [i] [d]
  178. A. J. Angulo [ed] () Miseducation: a history of ignorance-making in America and abroad [i] [d]
  179. Carmela Aprea, Eveline Wuttke, Klaus Breuer, Noi Keng Koh, Peter Davies, Bettina Greimel-Fuhrmann, & Jane S. Lopus [ed] () International handbook of financial literacy [i] [d]
  180. () Fostering the virtues of inquiry [d]
  181. () Get better faster: a 90-day plan for developing new teachers [i]
  182. Sandra L. Barnes, Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, Bernadette Doykos, Nina C. Martin, & Alison McGuire [ed] () Academics in action!: a model for community-engaged research, teaching, and service [i] [d] [j]
  183. () Epistemologies in practice: making scientific practices meaningful for students [d]
  184. () Mathematical mindsets: unleashing students' potential through creative math, inspiring messages, and innovative teaching [i]
  185. () Mindful makers: question prompts to help guide young peoples' critical technical practices in maker spaces in libraries, museums, and community-based youth organizations [d]
  186. () Toward a more just approach to poverty simulations [d]
  187. () The role of epistemic cognition in teacher learning and praxis [i] [d]
  188. () Re-appropriating a question/answer system to support dialectical constructivist learning activity [d]
  189. () Self-with-other in teacher practice: a case study through care, Aristotelian virtue, and Buddhist ethics [d]
  190. () Children's rights: from philosophy to public policy [i] [d]
  191. () Lit up: one reporter, three schools, twenty-four books that can change lives [i]
  192. () Teaching, learning and leading in today's complex world: reaching new heights with a developmental approach [d]
  193. Ross E. Dunn, Laura Jane Mitchell, & Kerry Ward [ed] () The new world history: a field guide for teachers and researchers [i] [d] [j]
  194. () Creativity with students [i] [d]
  195. () Best teaching practices in anatomy education: a critical review [p] [d]
  196. () Interventions for disruptive behaviors: reducing problems and building skills [i]
  197. Nancy Fawley & Nikki Krysak [ed] () Discovery tool cookbook: recipes for successful lesson plans [i]
  198. () Now that's a good question!: how to promote cognitive rigor through classroom questioning [i]
  199. () What do Ode to Joy, the Nobel Peace Prize, umbrellas and cartoons have in common?: why critical thinking matters and how higher education moulds [d]
  200. () Learning and education [and personal construct theory] [i] [d]
  201. () Transforming science education for the Anthropocene—is it possible? [d]
  202. () Creating and promoting lifelong learning in public libraries: tools and tips for practitioners [i]
  203. () The elusive sentence: recovering the rudiments of writing [i]
  204. Ajay Heble & Mark Laver [ed] () Improvisation and music education: beyond the classroom [i] [d]
  205. () Promoting caring: mindfulness- and compassion-based contemplative training for educators and students [i] [d]
  206. () Teachers' knowledge in argumentation: contributions from an explicit teaching in an initial teacher education programme [d]
  207. () What are the attributes of a good health educator? [p] [d]
  208. () Learning to feel like a scientist [d]
  209. () Social science as a tool in developing scientific thinking skills in underserved, low-achieving urban students [p] [d]
  210. () Institutional resource centres and design education [d]
  211. () The field school in intercultural education as a model for international service-learning and collaborative action-research training [i] [d] [j]
  212. () The emotional dimension in becoming a teacher [i] [d]
  213. () Visualising powerful knowledge to develop the expert student: a knowledge structures perspective on teaching and learning at university [i] [d]
  214. () Small teaching: everyday lessons from the science of learning [i]
  215. () How to teach fundamental communication skills [i] [d]
  216. () Embodying the path of sustainability: reflections on 'learning to juggle' in environmental pedagogy [d]
  217. () Identification of animals and plants is an essential skill set [u]
  218. () IRE/F as a cross-curricular collaborative genre of implicit argumentation [d]
  219. () On attentive love in education: the case of Courage to Teach [i] [d]
  220. John Loughran & Mary Lynn Hamilton [ed] () International handbook of teacher education [i] [d]
  221. () Argument relevance and structure: assessing and developing students' uses of evidence [d]
  222. () Developing argumentation strategies in electronic dialogs: is modeling effective? [d]
  223. Donald McCown, Diane Reibel, & Marc S. Micozzi [ed] () Resources for teaching mindfulness: an international handbook [i] [d]
  224. Kate McCoy, Eve Tuck, & Marcia McKenzie [ed] () Land education: rethinking pedagogies of place from Indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives [i] [d]
  225. () Environmental communication pedagogy for sustainability: developing core capacities to engage with complex problems [d]
  226. () Sense-making innovative systems: prestigious MOOCs [d]
  227. () Argumentation in history classrooms: a key path to understanding the discipline and preparing citizens [d]
  228. () Universities, disruptive technologies, and continuity in higher education: the impact of information revolutions [i] [d]
  229. Somnath Mookherjee & Ellen M. Cosgrove [ed] () Handbook of clinical teaching [i] [d]
  230. () Chemistry education and contributions from history and philosophy of science [i] [d]
  231. () How to avoid steering blindly: the case for a robust repository of human knowledge [i] [d]
  232. Michele Notari, Rebecca B. Reynolds, Samuel Chu, & Beat Döbeli Honegger [ed] () The wiki way of learning: creating learning experiences using collaborative web pages [i]
  233. () Socratic pedagogy: the importance of argument [i] [d] [j]
  234. () Evidence for curricular and instructional design approaches in undergraduate medical education: an umbrella review [p] [d]
  235. Julinna C. Oxley [ed] () Experiential learning in philosophy [i] [d]
  236. () Progressive mastery through deliberate practice: a promising approach for improving writing [d]
  237. () The confident teacher: developing successful habits of mind, body and pedagogy [i] [d]
  238. () The use of argument maps as an assessment tool in higher education [d]
  239. () Tapping the power of personalized learning: a roadmap for school leaders [i]
  240. () Skills-based learning for reproducible expertise: looking elsewhere for guidance [d]
  241. () Use of digital technologies in education: the complexity of teachers' everyday practice [i] [u]
  242. () A competence development framework for learning and teaching system dynamics [d]
  243. Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl & Robert W. Roeser [ed] () Handbook of mindfulness in education: integrating theory and research into practice [i] [d]
  244. () I'm not joking. But maybe I should start? [u]
  245. () An unfinished life: David Wildon Carr [d]
  246. () What works in girls' education: evidence for the world's best investment [i] [j]
  247. () Crafting instructions collaboratively: student questions and dual addressivity in classroom task instructions [d]
  248. () Social justice and educational measurement: John Rawls, the history of testing, and the future of education [i] [d]
  249. () Building problem forums: on troubleshooting in the professional writing classroom [d]
  250. () From computing to computational thinking [i] [d]
  251. () The world becomes what we teach: educating a generation of solutionaries [i]
  252. (/2018) Athletic skills model: optimizing talent development through movement education [i] [d]
  253. () A novel theoretical life course framework for triggering cognitive development across the lifespan [d] [j]
  254. () Teaching critical thinking as inquiry [i] [d]
  255. Danilo M. Baylen & Adriana D'Alba [ed] () Essentials of teaching and integrating visual and media literacy: visualizing learning [i] [d]
  256. () Good teaching is good teaching: a narrative review for effective medical educators [p] [d]
  257. () Can multiple-choice testing induce desirable difficulties?: evidence from the laboratory and the classroom [d] [j]
  258. Harry C. Boyte [ed] () Democracy's education: public work, citizenship, & the future of colleges and universities [i] [j]
  259. () How to teach philosophy of science [d]
  260. () The game of social life: an assessment of a multidimensional poverty simulation [d]
  261. () Proofs, mathematical practice and argumentation [d]
  262. Lap Ki Chan & Wojciech Pawlina [ed] () Teaching anatomy: a practical guide [i] [d]
  263. () Using scientific visualization to enhance the teaching and learning of core concepts [i] [d]
  264. () Integration and interdisciplinarity: concepts, frameworks, and education [d]
  265. () Using bingo to keep your classroom focused [u]
  266. () Designing effective MOOCs [d]
  267. () Reasoning about benefits, costs, and risks of chemical substances: mapping different levels of sophistication [d]
  268. () A model of critical thinking in higher education [i] [d]
  269. Martin Davies & Ronald Barnett [ed] () The Palgrave handbook of critical thinking in higher education [i] [d]
  270. () Collaborative diagramming during problem based learning in medical education: do computerized diagrams support basic science knowledge construction? [p] [d]
  271. () The four-sentence paper: a template for considering objections and replies [d]
  272. Ingo Eilks & Avi Hofstein [ed] () Relevant chemistry education: from theory to practice [i] [d]
  273. () The end of the rainbow: how educating for happiness not money would transform our schools [i]
  274. () The role of visual representations in scientific practices: from conceptual understanding and knowledge generation to 'seeing' how science works [d]
  275. () Making students responsible for their learning—empowering learners to build shared mental models [i] [d]
  276. () Using argument mapping to improve critical thinking skills [i] [d]
  277. () Learner-centered design of computing education: research on computing for everyone [i] [d]
  278. () Culturally responsive teaching and the brain: promoting authentic engagement and rigor among culturally and linguistically diverse students [i]
  279. () The knowledge capital of nations: education and the economics of growth [i] [d] [j]
  280. () John Dewey and the future of community college education [i] [d]
  281. () Using argument diagramming to teach critical thinking in a first-year writing course [i] [d]
  282. () Everybody eats: using hunger banquets to teach about issues of global hunger and inequality [d]
  283. () Facilitating problem-based learning by means of collaborative argument visualization software [d]
  284. () The flipped classroom in medical education: engaging students to build competency [d]
  285. () Service-learning essentials: questions, answers, and lessons learned [i]
  286. Osvaldo Muñiz Solari, Ali Demirci, & Joop van der Schee [ed] () Geospatial technologies and geography education in a changing world: geospatial practices and lessons learned [i] [d]
  287. () Developing an analytical framework for argumentation on energy consumption issues [d]
  288. () Behavioral education in the 21st century [d]
  289. () Intentional interruption: breaking down learning barriers to transform professional practice [i]
  290. () How to learn about teaching: an evolutionary framework for the study of teaching behavior in humans and other animals [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  291. () Better conversations: coaching ourselves and each other to be more credible, caring, and connected [i]
  292. () Reaching students: what research says about effective instruction in undergraduate science and engineering [i] [d] [u]
  293. () Using T-groups to develop action research skills in volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments [i] [d]
  294. () Argumentation as core curriculum [d]
  295. () Thinking together and alone [d]
  296. () Developing multivariable thinkers [d]
  297. () Metacognitive education: going beyond critical thinking [i] [d]
  298. () Argumentation theory in education studies: coding and improving students' argumentative strategies [d]
  299. () Teach students how to learn: strategies you can incorporate into any course to improve student metacognition, study skills, and motivation [i]
  300. () Teaching programming with computational and informational thinking [u]
  301. () Conducting the instrumentalists: a framework for engineering liberal education [d]
  302. () Anxiety and depression in the classroom: a teacher's guide to fostering self-regulation in young students [i]
  303. () Positively transforming classroom practice through dialogic teaching [i] [d]
  304. () Creating cultures of thinking: the 8 forces we must master to truly transform our schools [i]
  305. () Personal visualization for learning [u]
  306. () Developing meaning-making to promote critical thinking [i] [d]
  307. Richard B. Simon, Mojgan Behmand, & Thomas Burke [ed] () Teaching big history [i] [d] [j]
  308. () Classwide positive behavior interventions and supports: a guide to proactive classroom management [i]
  309. Florence Mihaela Singer, Nerida F. Ellerton, & Jinfa Cai [ed] () Mathematical problem posing: from research to effective practice [i] [d]
  310. () Education technology and the failure of American schools [i]
  311. () Psychological influences on philosophical questions: implications for pedagogy [d]
  312. () Value maps in applied ethics [d]
  313. () Music education for all through participatory ensembles [d]
  314. () Design thinking for life [d]
  315. Rupert Wegerif, Li Li, & James C. Kaufman [ed] () The Routledge international handbook of research on teaching thinking [i] [d]
  316. () 'Edu-speak' is a disease that undermines efforts to improve U.S. schools: time to take a stand against confusing acronyms and overused jargon in education [u]
  317. () Not another boring lecture: engaging learners with active learning techniques [p] [d]
  318. () Learning personalized: the evolution of the contemporary classroom [i]
  319. () The role of the teacher in mindfulness-based approaches: a qualitative study [d]
  320. Sandra K. Abell & Norman G. Lederman [ed] () Handbook of research on science education [i] [d]
  321. () Culturally relevant schooling in science for indigenous learners worldwide: stressing the all in science literacy for all [i] [d]
  322. () The good in standardized testing: standardized testing can be good—but only if we put students first [u]
  323. () Challenges and remedies for identifying and classifying argumentation schemes [d]
  324. () The schooled society: the educational transformation of global culture [i] [d]
  325. () Hanging in: strategies for teaching the students who challenge us most [i]
  326. () Culture-based arts education that teaches against the grain: a model for place-specific material culture studies [d] [j]
  327. () The central role of assessment in pedagogy [i] [d]
  328. () Assessment frequency in introductory computer programming disciplines [d]
  329. () Make it stick: the science of successful learning [i] [d]
  330. () Teach smart: 11 learner-centered strategies that ensure student success [i] [d]
  331. () Transforming your teaching: practical classroom strategies informed by cognitive neuroscience [i]
  332. () Explicit argumentation instruction to facilitate conceptual understanding and argumentation skills [d]
  333. Egan J. Chernoff & Bharath Sriraman [ed] () Probabilistic thinking: presenting plural perspectives [i] [d]
  334. () Designing classrooms to maximize student achievement [d]
  335. () Deciding 'what to teach' health professionals: a human-centred systems engineering perspective [p] [d]
  336. () Using SAFMEDS and direct instruction to teach the model of hierarchical complexity [d]
  337. () Cognitive capital: investing in teacher quality [i]
  338. () Changing 'course': reconceptualizing educational variables for massive open online courses [d]
  339. () Teacher personal information management (PIM) practices: finding, keeping, and re-finding information [d]
  340. () Knowledge design: a conceptual and curricular challenge [d]
  341. Billie Eilam & John K. Gilbert [ed] () Science teachers' use of visual representations [i] [d]
  342. () Classroom civility is another of our instructor responsibilities [d] [j]
  343. Thomas Jekel, Eric Sanchez, Inga Gryl, Caroline Juneau-Sion, & John Lyon [ed] () Learning and teaching with geomedia [i]
  344. Michael Fosmire & David F. Radcliffe [ed] () Integrating information into the engineering design process [i] [j] [u]
  345. () Towards a dialogical undergraduate introductory economics course [d]
  346. () Teaching poverty with geographic visualization and geographic information systems (GIS): a case study of East Buffalo and food access [d]
  347. () Teaching rational entitlement and responsibility: a Socratic exercise [d] [u]
  348. () The teacher wars: a history of America's most embattled profession [i]
  349. () The distinction between experimental and historical sciences as a framework for improving classroom inquiry [d]
  350. () Hear, listen, play!: how to free your student's aural, improvisation, and performance skills [i]
  351. () Gaia: 'thinking like a planet' as transformative learning [d]
  352. () From authoritative discourse to internally persuasive discourse: discursive evolution in teaching and learning the language of science [d]
  353. Mary Renck Jalongo [ed] () Teaching compassion: humane education in early childhood [i] [d]
  354. Maria Anna Jankowska [ed] () Focus on educating for sustainability: toolkit for academic libraries [i]
  355. () Connected code: why children need to learn programming [i] [j]
  356. Adina Kalet & Calvin L. Chou [ed] () Remediation in medical education: a mid-course correction [i] [d]
  357. () Retaining students by embedding librarians into undergraduate research experiences [d]
  358. (/2016) Argue with me: argument as a path to developing students' thinking and writing [i] [d]
  359. () Early and repeated exposure to examples improves creative work [i] [d]
  360. () A teaching strategy with a focus on argumentation to improve undergraduate students' ability to read research articles [d]
  361. () Assessment of uncertainty-infused scientific argumentation [d]
  362. () Contextualising the teaching and learning of ecology: historical and philosophical considerations [i] [d]
  363. James N. Levitt [ed] () Conservation catalysts: the academy as nature's agent [i]
  364. () Review on teaching and learning of computational thinking through programming: what is next for K–12? [d]
  365. () How can students' diagnostic competence benefit most from practice with clinical cases?: the effects of structured reflection on future diagnosis of the same and novel diseases [p] [d]
  366. Michael R. Matthews [ed] () International handbook of research in history, philosophy and science teaching [i] [d]
  367. () MOOCs, wicked problems, and the spirit of the liberal arts [d] [j]
  368. () Start a new fire: measuring the value of academic libraries in undergraduate learning [d]
  369. () Guide to teaching puzzle-based learning [i] [d]
  370. Sarah Mills & Peter Kraftl [ed] () Informal education, childhood and youth: geographies, histories, practices [i] [d]
  371. Daniel R. Montello, Karl E. Grossner, & Donald G. Janelle [ed] () Space in mind: concepts for spatial learning and education [i] [d] [j]
  372. () Race, empire, and English language teaching: creating responsible and ethical anti-racist practice [i]
  373. () 'If I am not doing my own playing then I am not able to truly share the gift of play with children': using poststructuralism and care ethics to examine future early childhood educators' relationships with play in adulthood [d]
  374. Harold F. O'Neil, Ray S. Perez, & Eva L. Baker [ed] () Teaching and measuring cognitive readiness [i] [d]
  375. () Scientific practices and inquiry in the science classroom [i] [d]
  376. () Models in science and in learning science: focusing scientific practice on sense-making [i] [d]
  377. () The best teacher in you: how to accelerate learning and change lives [i]
  378. () The teaching brain: an evolutionary trait at the heart of education [i]
  379. () Learning in the fast lane: 8 ways to put ALL students on the road to academic success [i]
  380. () Guardians of the Earth: teaching children to care for all living things [i] [d]
  381. () Classrooms of spatial justice: counter-spaces and young men of color in a GED program [d]
  382. () Should everybody learn to code? [d]
  383. () Formative and stealth assessment [i] [d]
  384. () How to teach adults: plan your class, teach your students, change the world [i]
  385. () Taking emotion seriously: meeting students where they are [p] [d]
  386. () Beyond reason and tolerance: the purpose and practice of higher education [i] [d]
  387. () Social justice in outdoor experiential education: a state of knowledge review [d]
  388. () The activist learner: inquiry, literacy, and service to make learning matter [i]
  389. () Existential inquiry: the process of integrating service learning into the curriculum: asking existential questions [i]
  390. (/2018) Other people's English: code-meshing, code-switching, and African American literacy [i]
  391. () The state of MOOCs from 2008 to 2014: a critical analysis and future visions [i] [d]
  392. () The art of coaching: effective strategies for school transformation [i]
  393. Roger Azevedo & Vincent Aleven [ed] () International handbook of metacognition and learning technologies [i] [d]
  394. () The garden of meeting and speaking [or: The monastic field of meeting and speaking] [u]
  395. () Understanding biological mechanisms: using illustrations from circadian rhythm research [i] [d]
  396. () A framework for designing scaffolds that improve motivation and cognition [p] [d]
  397. Tim Bilham [ed] () For the love of learning: innovations from outstanding university teachers [i]
  398. () Self-regulated learning: beliefs, techniques, and illusions [p] [d]
  399. () Leadership, violence, and school climate: case studies in creating nonviolent schools [i]
  400. () Effects of direct and indirect instruction on fostering decision-making competence in socioscientific issues [d]
  401. () Using rationale to assist student cognitive and intellectual development [i] [d]
  402. Kenneth J. Burhanna [ed] () Informed transitions: libraries supporting the high school to college transition [i]
  403. () Education for social change: Highlander education in the Appalachian Mountains and study circles in Sweden [d]
  404. () Could HPS improve problem-solving? [history and philosophy of science] [d]
  405. () Design representations [for learning interventions] [i] [d]
  406. () Designing for learning in an open world [i] [d]
  407. Arthur L. Costa & Pat Wilson O'Leary [ed] () The power of the social brain: teaching, learning, and interdependent thinking [i]
  408. () The social neuroscience of education: optimizing attachment and learning in the classroom [i]
  409. () Atoms, honeycombs, and fabric scraps: rethinking timelines in the undergraduate classroom [j] [u]
  410. () Imagination of science in education: from epics to novelization [i] [d]
  411. () Interactions of economics of science and science education: investigating the implications for science teaching and learning [d]
  412. () A cognitive approach to teaching philosophy [d]
  413. () Birds of a feather: applied behavior analysis and quality of life [d]
  414. () Broken when entering: the stigmatization of goodness and business ethics education [d]
  415. (/2018) Reaching and teaching students in poverty: strategies for erasing the opportunity gap [i]
  416. () Towards automated analysis of student arguments [i] [d]
  417. () New school art styles: the project of art education [d] [u]
  418. () Structuring case-based ethics training: how comparing cases and structured prompts influence training effectiveness [d]
  419. () The importance of developing employability [d]
  420. () 'Follow' me: networked professional learning for teachers [d]
  421. Christopher Honeyman, James Coben, & Andrew Wei-Min Lee [ed] () Educating negotiators for a connected world [i] [u]
  422. () Evolution is a model, why not teach it that way? [i] [d]
  423. Djordje M. Kadijevich, Charoula Angeli, & Carsten Schulte [ed] () Improving computer science education [i] [d]
  424. () Teaching about adaptation: why evolutionary history matters [d]
  425. Kostas Kampourakis [ed] () The philosophy of biology: a companion for educators [i] [d]
  426. () Integrating epistemological perspectives on chemistry in chemical education: the cases of concept duality, chemical language, and structural explanations [d]
  427. () Restoring the professor and the students: a circle process and contemplative practices in a restorative justice seminar [d]
  428. () High-impact instruction: a framework for great teaching [i]
  429. () Visible learners: promoting Reggio-inspired approaches in all schools [i]
  430. Andrejs Young Kulnieks, Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat, & Kelly Young [ed] () Contemporary studies in environmental and indigenous pedagogies: a curricula of stories and place [i] [d]
  431. () Meritocratic education and social worthlessness [i] [d]
  432. H. Chad Lane, Kalina Yacef, Jack Mostow, & Philip Pavlik [ed] () Artificial intelligence in education: 16th international conference, AIED 2013, Memphis, TN, USA, July 9–13, 2013: proceedings [i] [d]
  433. () Visualizing communication structures in science classrooms: tracing cumulativity in teacher-led whole class discussions [d]
  434. () Top ten signs you are an academic careerist [u]
  435. () Teaching qualitative methods using a research team approach: publishing grounded theory projects with your class [d]
  436. () Interdisciplinary lessons for the teaching of biology from the practice of evo-devo [d]
  437. () Teaching evolutionary developmental biology: concepts, problems, and controversy [i] [d]
  438. () What students' arguments can tell us: using argumentation schemes in science education [d]
  439. () Promoting conceptual development in physics teacher education: cognitive-historical reconstruction of electromagnetic induction law [d]
  440. () Essential questions: opening doors to student understanding [i]
  441. () Conducting student-driven interviews: practical strategies for increasing student involvement and addressing behavior problems [i] [d]
  442. () Towards a learning progression of energy [d]
  443. () Coherence of pre-service physics teachers' views of the relatedness of physics concepts [d]
  444. () The 21st century challenge for science education: assessing scientific reasoning [d]
  445. () The potential of perspectivism for science education [d]
  446. () What is meant by argumentative competence?: an integrative review of methods of analysis and assessment in education [d]
  447. () Classifying life, reconstructing history and teaching diversity: philosophical issues in the teaching of biological systematics and biodiversity [d]
  448. () Student thought and classroom language: examining the mechanisms of change in dialogic teaching [d]
  449. () Inferring teacher epistemological framing from local patterns in teacher noticing [d]
  450. () Developing the next generation of community-based researchers: tips for undergraduate students [d]
  451. () Using a blended learning approach to simulate the negotiation of a multilateral environmental agreement [d]
  452. () Causes & cures in the classroom: getting to the root of academic and behavior problems [i]
  453. () STEM career changers' transformation into science teachers [d]
  454. () A review of generic program visualization systems for introductory programming education [d]
  455. () Assessing students' problem solving ability and cognitive regulation with learning trajectories [i] [d]
  456. Robert B. Stevenson, Michael Brody, Justin Dillon, & Arjen E. J. Wals [ed] () International handbook of research on environmental education [i] [d]
  457. () Healing, mental energy in the physics classroom: energy conceptions and trust in complementary and alternative medicine in grade 10–12 students [d]
  458. () Assessing students' understanding of inquiry: what do prospective science teachers notice? [d]
  459. () Three computing traditions in school computing education [i] [d]
  460. () Developing a theory of ambitious early-career teacher practice [d]
  461. () What do scientist and non-scientist teachers notice about biology diagrams? [d]
  462. David F. Treagust & Chi-Yan Tsui [ed] () Multiple representations in biological education [i] [d]
  463. () Resilience begins with beliefs: building on student strengths for success in school [i]
  464. () How to teach critical thinking [d]
  465. () Daily behavior report cards: an evidence-based system of assessment and intervention [i]
  466. () Key ideas in teaching mathematics: research-based guidance for ages 9–19 [i]
  467. () Know thy biases!: bringing argumentative virtues to the classroom [u]
  468. () Teaching the nature of science through scientific errors [d]
  469. () Social justice and music education: the call for a public pedagogy [d] [u]
  470. () Learning progressions: significant promise, significant challenge [d]
  471. () Financial literacy education: neoliberalism, the consumer and the citizen [i] [d]
  472. () Provocative pedagogy, or: Youngsters need the brain to challenge worldview formation [d]
  473. () What the best college students do [i] [d] [j]
  474. Antje Barabasch & Felix Rauner [ed] () Work and education in America: the art of integration [i] [d]
  475. () Enhancing instructional problem solving: an efficient system for assisting struggling learners [i]
  476. () Teaching contested narratives: identity, memory, and reconciliation in peace education and beyond [i] [d]
  477. () Four slogans for cultural change: an evolving place-based, imaginative and ecological learning experience [d]
  478. () Enhancing on-task behavior in fourth-grade students using a modified color wheel system [d]
  479. () Expanding the horizons of accounting education: incorporating social and critical perspectives [d]
  480. () Argumentation step-by-step: learning critical thinking through deliberate practice [d]
  481. () Extending the purposes of science education: addressing violence within socio-economic disadvantaged communities [d]
  482. () Fostering compassionate attitudes and the amelioration of aggression through a science class [d]
  483. () Lessons from learner experiences in a field-based inquiry in geography using mobile devices [d]
  484. () Looking through the lenses of science literacy and cultural diversity: learning from Helena's mistake [d]
  485. () Formative assessment: assessment is for self-regulated learning [d]
  486. () Computer-aided argument mapping and the teaching of critical thinking: part I [d]
  487. () Computer-aided argument mapping and the teaching of critical thinking: part II [d]
  488. () Computer-aided argument mapping as a tool for teaching critical thinking [d]
  489. () Neuromyths in education: prevalence and predictors of misconceptions among teachers [p] [d]
  490. () Bridging between brain science and educational practice with design patterns [i] [d]
  491. () Their own best teachers: how we help and hinder the development of learners' independence [d]
  492. () Policy World: a cognitive game for teaching deliberation [i] [d]
  493. Noam Ebner, James Coben, & Christopher Honeyman [ed] () Assessing our students, assessing ourselves [i] [u]
  494. () How does expansive framing promote transfer?: several proposed explanations and a research agenda for investigating them [d]
  495. () Eight things skilled teachers think, say, and do [u]
  496. Sarah J. Fletcher & Carol A. Mullen [ed] () The Sage handbook of mentoring and coaching in education [i] [d]
  497. () Lifelong learning in public libraries: principles, programs, and people [i]
  498. () Making it difficult to teach journalism ethics [d]
  499. () Ecoliterate: how educators are cultivating emotional, social, and ecological intelligence [i]
  500. () An environmental pedagogy of care: emotion, relationships, and experience in higher education ethics learning [d]
  501. () Assessing 21st century skills: a guide to evaluating mastery and authentic learning [i]
  502. Roisin Gwyer, Ruth Stubbings, & Graham Walton [ed] () The road to information literacy: librarians as faciliators of learning [i] [d]
  503. () Fostering a sense of wonder in the science classroom [d]
  504. () Encouraging a 'romantic understanding' of science: the effect of the Nikola Tesla story [d]
  505. Alice Hansen [ed] () Reflective learning and teaching in primary schools [i]
  506. () Energy and matter: differences in discourse in physical and biological sciences can be confusing for introductory biology students [d] [j]
  507. () Integration of geospatial science in teacher education [d]
  508. () Ethnobotanical research skills for undergraduate students of underrepresented minorities in STEM disciplines [d] [u]
  509. () Integrating online GIS into the K–12 curricula: lessons from the development of a collaborative GIS in Michigan [d]
  510. Clyde Freeman Herreid, Nancy A. Schiller, & Ky F. Herreid [ed] () Science stories: using case studies to teach critical thinking [i]
  511. (/2021) The together teacher: plan ahead, get organized, and save time! [i] [d]
  512. () A macro–micro–symbolic teaching to promote relational understanding of chemical reactions [d]
  513. Sean Kelly [ed] () Assessing teacher quality: understanding teacher effects on instruction and achievement [i]
  514. () Planetary science in higher education: ideas and experiences [d]
  515. () Engaging students in scientific practices: what does constructing and revising models look like in the science classroom? [u]
  516. R. Eric Landrum & Maureen A. McCarthy [ed] () Teaching ethically: challenges and opportunities [i] [d]
  517. () Theatre for change: education, social action and therapy [i]
  518. () Inspiring and training students for social action: renewing a needed tradition [d]
  519. () Misconceptions about 'misconceptions': preservice secondary science teachers' views on the value and role of student ideas [d]
  520. () Teaching as a design science: building pedagogical patterns for learning and technology [i] [d]
  521. () Bit by bit or all at once?: splitting up the inquiry task to promote children's scientific reasoning [d]
  522. () Developing character and values for global citizens: analysis of pre-service science teachers' moral reasoning on socioscientific issues [d]
  523. () Attending and responding to student thinking in science [d] [j]
  524. () Improving ethics education in accounting: lessons from medicine and law [d]
  525. Thomas A. Lucey & James D. Laney [ed] () Reframing financial literacy: exploring the value of social currency [i]
  526. () Effective practices for creating transformative informal science education programs grounded in Native ways of knowing [d]
  527. () Mario Bunge, systematic philosophy and science education: an introduction [d]
  528. () Reflective journal assignments in teaching negotiation [i] [u]
  529. () Using inquiry and tenets of multicultural education to engage Latino English-language learning students in learning about geology and the nature of science [d]
  530. Andrew J. Milson, Ali Demirci, & Joseph J. Kerski [ed] () International perspectives on teaching and learning with GIS in secondary schools [i] [d]
  531. () From redlining to benevolent societies: the emancipatory power of spatial thinking [d]
  532. () Classroom of hope: the voice of one courageous teacher on the US–Mexico border [d]
  533. () Learning to pose cognitively demanding tasks through letter writing [d]
  534. () Argumentation and student-centered learning environments [i] [d]
  535. () Understanding how young children learn: bringing the science of child development to the classroom [i]
  536. () Creating an environment that supports diversity [u]
  537. James W. Pellegrino & Margaret L. Hilton [ed] () Education for life and work: developing transferable knowledge and skills in the 21st century [i] [d] [u]
  538. () Comparing and combining traditional teaching approaches and the use of video clips for learning how to identify species in an aquarium [d]
  539. Niels Pinkwart & Bruce M. McLaren [ed] () Educational technologies for teaching argumentation skills [i] [d]
  540. () Does classroom explicitation of initial conceptions favour conceptual change or is it counter-productive? [d]
  541. () Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [p] [d]
  542. () Practical work at school reduces disgust and fear of unpopular animals [d]
  543. () Modelling ecosystem structure and energy flow in a first year environmental biology practical: not a complete waste of energy [u]
  544. () Learning by mapping across situations [d]
  545. () Teaching the conceptual structure of mathematics [d]
  546. () White privilege in experiential education: a critical reflection [d]
  547. Jane F. Schielack & Stephanie L. Knight [ed] () Strengthening science education leadership: an information technology-based learning ecology model [i]
  548. () Teaching a new negotiation skills paradigm [u]
  549. () The value of fieldwork in life and environmental sciences in the context of higher education: a case study in learning about biodiversity [d]
  550. () Socially responsible literacy: teaching adolescents for purpose and power [i]
  551. () Republic of noise: the loss of solitude in schools and culture [i]
  552. Susan R. Singer, Natalie Nielsen, & Heidi A. Schweingruber [ed] () Problem solving, spatial thinking, and the use of representations in science and engineering [i] [d] [u]
  553. Susan R. Singer, Natalie Nielsen, & Heidi A. Schweingruber [ed] () Discipline-based education research: understanding and improving learning in undergraduate science and engineering [i] [d] [u]
  554. () Transformational teaching: theoretical underpinnings, basic principles, and core methods [d]
  555. () An inconvenient truth: the need to educate emotionally competent lawyers [u]
  556. Scott A. Snook, Nitin Nohria, & Rakesh Khurana [ed] () The handbook for teaching leadership: knowing, doing, and being [i]
  557. () Enabling remote access to fieldwork: gaining insight into the pedagogic effectiveness of 'direct' and 'remote' field activities [d]
  558. () Philosophy has consequences!: developing metacognition and active learning in the ethics classroom [d]
  559. () Accuracy of teachers' judgments of students' academic achievement: a meta-analysis [d]
  560. () The role of field exercises in ecological learning and values education: action research on the use of campus wetlands [d]
  561. () Young people and the hidden meanings of the everyday: time-space path as a methodological opportunity [d]
  562. () Using video to analyze one's own teaching [d]
  563. () Feedback-giving as social practice: teachers' perspectives on feedback as institutional requirement, work and dialogue [d]
  564. () Searching for hope: life at a failing school in the heart of America [i]
  565. () The role of the visual arts in enhancing the learning process [p] [d]
  566. () Learning gardens and sustainability education: bringing life to schools and schools to life [i] [d]
  567. () Financial education: lessons not learned and lessons learned [i] [u]
  568. () Science education for global sustainability: what is necessary for teaching, learning, and assessment strategies? [d]
  569. () Getting 'messy' with problems: the challenges of teaching 'soft' OR [d]
  570. () Problem-based learning [d]
  571. Gary D. Beckman [ed] () Disciplining the arts: teaching entrepreneurship in context [i]
  572. () Road maps for learning: a guide to the navigation of learning progressions [d]
  573. Alan M. Blankstein & Paul D. Houston [ed] () Leadership for social justice and democracy in our schools [i]
  574. () The implementation of a geospatial information technology (GIT)-supported land use change curriculum with urban middle school learners to promote spatial thinking [d]
  575. () Reflective teaching, effective learning: instructional literacy for library educators [i]
  576. () Argumentation in science education: a model-based framework [d]
  577. () Towards creative learning spaces: re-thinking the architecture of post-compulsory education [i] [d]
  578. () Paper-based GIS: a practical answer to the implementation of GIS education into resource-poor schools in South Africa [d]
  579. () Designing programs with a purpose: to promote civic engagement for life [d]
  580. () Why school is not easy: an analytical perspective [d]
  581. Jo Brownlee, Gregory J. Schraw, & Donna Berthelsen [ed] () Personal epistemology and teacher education [i] [d]
  582. () The call to teach and teacher hopefulness [d]
  583. () Natural learning for a connected world: education, technology, and the human brain [i]
  584. () Exposure and reorganization: the what and how of effective psychotherapy [d]
  585. () Constructing patriotism: teaching history and memories in global worlds [i]
  586. () Understanding English language variation in U.S. schools [i]
  587. May M. H. Cheng & Wing-mui Winnie So [ed] () Science education in international contexts [i] [d]
  588. () Teaching negotiation in the context of environmental regulatory enforcement: an experiential learning approach [d]
  589. () On the concept of energy [i] [d]
  590. () Does participation in citizen science improve scientific literacy?: a study to compare assessment methods [d]
  591. Linda Darling-Hammond & Ann Lieberman [ed] () Teacher education around the world: changing policies and practices [i] [d]
  592. Christopher Day & Zijian Li [ed] () New understandings of teachers' work: emotions and educational change [i] [d]
  593. () Using geographic information systems (GIS) at schools without a computer laboratory [d]
  594. () Road maps for learning: a bird's eye view [d]
  595. () Education for animal welfare [i] [d]
  596. () Ethical dilemmas: a model to understand teacher practice [d]
  597. (/2014) Art critiques: a guide [i]
  598. () Helping students motivate themselves: practical answers to classroom challenges [i] [d]
  599. () The natural school counselor: using nature to promote mental health in schools [d]
  600. () The formative assessment action plan: practical steps to more successful teaching and learning [i]
  601. () Marriage and relationship education: what works and how to provide it [i]
  602. Brian Hand & Lori Norton-Meier [ed] () Voices from the classroom: elementary teachers' experience with argument-based inquiry [i] [d]
  603. () Group-centered prevention programs for at-risk students [i] [d]
  604. () Education for socially engaged art: a materials and techniques handbook [i]
  605. () Commentary on Road maps for learning: a guide to the navigation of learning progressions [d]
  606. () Beyond service learning: civic engagement in ethics classes [d]
  607. () A family resemblance approach to the nature of science for science education [d]
  608. () Learning to solve problems: a handbook for designing problem-solving learning environments [i] [d]
  609. () Narrative in the teaching and practice of conflict analysis, transformation, and peacebuilding [i]
  610. Myint Swe Khine & Issa M. Saleh [ed] () Models and modeling: cognitive tools for scientific enquiry [i] [d]
  611. () Visualising knowledge structures in biology: discipline, curriculum and student understanding [d]
  612. () Unmistakable impact: a partnership approach for dramatically improving instruction [i]
  613. () Transforming the power of education for young minority women: narrations, metareflection, and societal change [d]
  614. () Integrating geospatial technologies in an energy unit [d]
  615. () Introducing dialogic teaching to science student teachers [d]
  616. () Global citizens are made, not born: multiclass role-playing simulation of global decision making [d]
  617. () Possible pathways for conceptual development related to energy and the human body [i] [d]
  618. () Going deep into mechanisms for moral reasoning growth: how deep learning approaches affect moral reasoning development for first-year students [d]
  619. () Handbook of counselor preparation: constructivist, developmental, and experiential approaches [i] [d]
  620. () Science visual literacy: learners' perceptions and knowledge of diagrams [d]
  621. () Resisting plateauing: four veteran teachers' stories [d]
  622. () Teaching science as a cultural way of knowing: merging authentic inquiry, nature of science, and multicultural strategies [d]
  623. (/2021) Child and adolescent suicidal behavior: school-based prevention, assessment, and intervention [i]
  624. () A philosophical analysis of David Orr's theory of ecological literacy: biophilia, ecojustice and moral education in school learning communities [d]
  625. () Educating health professionals in low-resource countries: a global approach [i]
  626. () Report of a workshop on the pedagogical aspects of computational thinking [i] [d] [u]
  627. () Promoting metacognition in first year anatomy laboratories using plasticine modeling and drawing activities: a pilot study of the 'blank page' technique [d]
  628. () Argumentation, dialogue theory, and probability modeling: alternative frameworks for argumentation research in education [d]
  629. () Critical questions and argument stratagems: a framework for enhancing and analyzing students' reasoning practices [d]
  630. () What teachers of science need to know about models: an overview [d]
  631. () Seeing the destination but not the path: effects of socioeconomic disadvantage on school-focused possible self content and linked behavioral strategies [d]
  632. () The under-examined life: a proposal for critically evaluating teachers' and students' philosophies of teaching [d]
  633. () Motivational interviewing for effective classroom management: the classroom check-up [i]
  634. () Making thinking visible: how to promote engagement, understanding, and independence for all learners [i]
  635. () Toward a visually-oriented school mathematics curriculum: research, theory, practice, and issues [i] [d]
  636. () Make just one change: teach students to ask their own questions [i]
  637. () Learning to map and mapping to learn our students' worlds [j]
  638. () Good teaching in difficult times: demoralization in the pursuit of good work [d] [j]
  639. () The failure of environmental education (and how we can fix it) [i] [d] [j]
  640. Laura Browne Sayre & Sean Clark [ed] () Fields of learning: the student farm movement in North America [i]
  641. () Teaching minds: how cognitive science can save our schools [i]
  642. () Environmental literacy in science and society: from knowledge to decisions [i] [d]
  643. () Stealth assessment in computer-based games to support learning [i]
  644. () The meanings of teaching from the perspective of exemplary and experienced teachers [u]
  645. () Doing poverty: learning outcomes among students participating in the community action poverty simulation program [d]
  646. () Case-based knowledge and ethics education: improving learning and transfer through emotionally rich cases [p] [d]
  647. () Development of a 'universal' rubric for assessing undergraduates' scientific reasoning skills using scientific writing [d]
  648. () Mind, brain, and education science: a comprehensive guide to the new brain-based teaching [i]
  649. () Internationalist utopias of visual education: the graphic and scenographic transformation of the universal encyclopaedia in the Work of Paul Otlet, Patrick Geddes, and Otto Neurath [d]
  650. () The relative effectiveness of human tutoring, intelligent tutoring systems, and other tutoring systems [d]
  651. () Out of the classroom and into the world: learning from field trips, educating from experience, and unlocking the potential of our students and teachers [i]
  652. () Are these the poems to remember? [u]
  653. () Assessing teacher candidates' general pedagogical/psychological knowledge: test construction and validation [d]
  654. () Cultivating urban naturalists: teaching experiential, place-based learning through nature journaling in Central Park [d]
  655. () Using technology to personalize learning and assess students in real-time [u]
  656. () Constraints on learning from expository science texts [i] [d]
  657. () Helping students know what they know and do not know [d]
  658. () Traditional versus three-dimensional teaching of peritoneal embryogenesis: a comparative prospective study [d]
  659. Maria T. Accardi, Emily Drabinski, & Alana Kumbier [ed] () Critical library instruction: theories and methods [i]
  660. () How learning works: seven research-based principles for smart teaching [i]
  661. () The diversity education dilemma: exposing status hierarchies without reinforcing them [d]
  662. () Is science me?: high school students' identities, participation and aspirations in science, engineering, and medicine [d]
  663. Lisa D. Bendixen & Florian C. Feucht [ed] () Personal epistemology in the classroom: theory, research, and implications for practice [i] [d]
  664. () A learning progression for scientific argumentation: understanding student work and designing supportive instructional contexts [d]
  665. () Reflections on student journals and teaching about inequality [d]
  666. () Teaching modeling in critical thinking [d]
  667. () Teaching family systems theory: a developmental-constructivist perspective [d]
  668. () Educating physicians: a call for reform of medical school and residency [i]
  669. () Students as learners and teachers: taking responsibility, transforming education, and redefining accountability [d] [j]
  670. () The practicality and relevance of second language critical pedagogy [d]
  671. () Teaching the practical relevance of propositional logic [d]
  672. () Our worlds in our words: exploring race, class, gender, and sexual orientation in multicultural classrooms [i]
  673. () Learning from each other: a portrait of family–school–community partnerships in the United States and Mexico [d] [j]
  674. () The quality of reflection in student journals: a review of limiting and enabling factors [d]
  675. Kath Engebretson, Marian de Souza, Gloria Durka, & Liam Gearon [ed] () International handbook of inter-religious education [i] [d]
  676. () Surrounded by science: learning science in informal environments [i] [d] [u]
  677. () Incorporating the concept of mindfulness in informal outdoor education settings [d]
  678. () The economists of tomorrow: the case for assertive pluralism in economics education [d]
  679. () Participatory mapping for raising disaster risk awareness among the youth [d]
  680. () Compassionate, spiritual, and creative listening in teaching and learning [d]
  681. () Roles, caring and learning to teach science [d]
  682. () What is a good question? [i]
  683. () Building a professional learning community at work: a guide to the first year [i]
  684. Domenico Grasso & Melody Brown Burkins [ed] () Holistic engineering education: beyond technology [i] [d]
  685. () The achievement gap and the discipline gap: two sides of the same coin? [d]
  686. () School–family–community partnerships: applying Epstein's theory of the six types of involvement to school counselor practice [d] [j]
  687. () Playing, creativity, possibility [d] [u]
  688. () How students come to be, know, and do: a case for a broad view of learning [i] [d]
  689. Paul D. Houston, Alan M. Blankstein, & Robert W. Cole [ed] () Leadership for family and community involvement [i]
  690. (/2019) Why race and culture matter in schools: closing the achievement gap in America's classrooms [i]
  691. () Learning from the inside out: a method for analyzing reflective journals in the college classroom [d]
  692. () Arguing to learn and learning to argue: design justifications and guidelines [d]
  693. () Education for human rights, inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue: the role of UNESCO [i] [d]
  694. () The relation of story structure to a model of conceptual change in science learning [d]
  695. () The influence of personality traits and demographic factors on social entrepreneurship start up intentions [d] [j]
  696. () Going to the core: deepening reflection by connecting the person to the profession [i] [d]
  697. () Teaching and learning science as argument [d]
  698. () Using computer supported collaborative learning strategies for helping students acquire self-regulated problem-solving skills in mathematics [d]
  699. () Diversity and equity in science education: research, policy, and practice [i]
  700. () A behavioral and systems view of professionalism [d]
  701. () The effectiveness of service-learning: it's not always what you think [d]
  702. () Culturally proficient education: an asset-based response to conditions of poverty [i]
  703. () What expert teachers do: enhancing professional knowledge for classroom practice [i] [d]
  704. Nona Lyons [ed] () Handbook of reflection and reflective inquiry [i] [d]
  705. () Incongruity and provisional safety: thinking through humor [d]
  706. () Critical reading of science-based news reports: establishing a knowledge, skills and attitudes framework [d]
  707. () Using mindfulness meditation to teach beginning therapists therapeutic presence: a qualitative study [d]
  708. () Teaching mindfulness: a practical guide for clinicians and educators [i] [d]
  709. () Teaching for clinical reasoning: helping students make the conceptual links [p] [d]
  710. () Fanaticism, fundamentalism and the promotion of reflexivity in religious education [i] [d]
  711. () Social and emotional learning in the classroom: promoting mental health and academic success [i]
  712. () Some implications of expertise research for educational assessment [d]
  713. () Putting the 'world' in world history [d]
  714. () Moral-ethical character and science education: ecojustice ethics through socioscientific issues (SSI) [i] [d]
  715. () Helping college students find purpose: the campus guide to meaning-making [i]
  716. () Progressive drawing: a novel 'lid-opener' and 'monotony-breaker' [d]
  717. () From monologue to dialogue: improving written feedback processes in mass higher education [d]
  718. () From argument and philosophy to critical thinking across the curriculum [d]
  719. (/2016) Not for profit: why democracy needs the humanities [i] [d] [j]
  720. () Wisdom (hikmah) as a holistic basis for inter-religious education [i] [d]
  721. () How can we improve school discipline? [d]
  722. () A strengths-based approach to outdoor and adventure education: possibilities for personal growth [d]
  723. () The effectiveness and relative importance of choice in the classroom [d]
  724. () Exploring how students think: a new method combining think-aloud and concept mapping protocols [p] [d]
  725. Jack Rhoton [ed] () Science education leadership: best practices for the new century [i]
  726. () Local matters, ecojustice, and community: opportunities of village life for teaching science [i] [d]
  727. () Evidence-centered design of epistemic games: measurement principles for complex learning environments [u]
  728. () Our teachers want to be the best: on the necessity of intra-professional reflection about moral ideals of teaching [d]
  729. () Cultural exploration through mapping [d]
  730. () Teaching students to think critically about science and origins [d]
  731. () Freezing time: what mathematics and science teachers 'see' while teaching [u]
  732. () Pedagogy of passion for sustainability [d]
  733. () El rincón de los olvidados: participatory GIS, experiential learning and critical pedagogy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [d]
  734. () Youth participatory action research groups as school counseling interventions [d] [j]
  735. David A. Sousa, Joanna A. Christodoulou, Donna Coch, & Stanislas Dehaene [ed] () Mind, brain, and education: neuroscience implications for the classroom [i]
  736. () Writing as a tool in teaching sketching: implications for architectural design education [d]
  737. () Enlightened publics: popular education movements in Europe, their legacy and promise [d]
  738. () A broader and bolder approach to school reform: expanded partnership roles for school counselors [d] [j]
  739. () Developing a hypothetical multi-dimensional learning progression for the nature of matter [d]
  740. () The roles of the formal and informal sectors in the provision of effective science education [d]
  741. () Promoting academic engagement among immigrant adolescents through school–family–community collaboration [d] [j]
  742. Tim Swanwick, Kirsty Forrest, & Bridget C. O'Brien [ed] (/2019) Understanding medical education: evidence, theory, and practice [i] [d]
  743. Roger S. Taylor & Michel Ferrari [ed] () Epistemology and science education: understanding the evolution vs. intelligent design controversy [i] [d]
  744. () Skill in questions: how the Buddha taught [o] [u]
  745. () Disrupting injustice: principals narrate the strategies they use to improve their schools and advance social justice [d]
  746. () Facilitator, teacher, or leader?: managing conflicting roles in outdoor education [d]
  747. Deborah J. Tippins [ed] () Cultural studies and environmentalism: the confluence of ecojustice, place-based (science) education, and indigenous knowledge systems [i] [d]
  748. Lila Waldman & Donna R. Everett [ed] () Cross-cultural and international business education [i]
  749. () Why do parents become involved in their children's education?: implications for school counselors [d] [j]
  750. () Teaching time–space compression [d]
  751. () The right to inquire into the religious [i] [d]
  752. Margaret Whitehead [ed] () Physical literacy: throughout the lifecourse [i] [d]
  753. () Critical thinking in physical geography: linking concepts of content and applicability [d]
  754. () Asking 'Who are you?' when going into the wild: moving beyond an individualized form of outdoor education [d]
  755. () Having hard conversations [i]
  756. () The complete guide to simulations and serious games: how the most valuable content will be created in the age beyond Gutenberg to Google [i]
  757. () Why we need to teach the evolution of morality [d]
  758. () Teaching kindness: the promise of humane education [d]
  759. () Etnobotánica, modernidad y pedagogía crítica del lugar [u]
  760. () Argumentation and explanation in conceptual change: indications from protocol analyses of peer-to-peer dialog [p] [d]
  761. () Action learning in schools: reframing teachers' professional learning and development [i] [d]
  762. () A/r/tography, secondary theatre teaching, and the Theatre of Possibilities project [d]
  763. Philip Bell, Bruce V. Lewenstein, Andrew W. Shouse, Michael A. Feder, & National Research Council [ed] () Learning science in informal environments: people, places, and pursuits [i] [d] [u]
  764. () The music teaching artist's bible: becoming a virtuoso educator [i]
  765. () Training from the back of the room!: 65 ways to step aside and let them learn [i]
  766. () Habitus, social fields, and circuits in rural science education [d]
  767. () Addressing partisan perceptions [i] [u]
  768. () A rural math, science, and technology elementary school tangled up in global networks of practice [d]
  769. () Curriculum and the value of knowledge [i] [d]
  770. Carmel Cefai & Paul Cooper [ed] () Promoting emotional education: engaging children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties [i]
  771. () Facilitating conceptual change in gases concepts [d]
  772. () The psychology of giving and its effect on negotiation [i] [u]
  773. () Compassion and mindfulness in research among colleagues [d]
  774. Robert Cowen & Andreas M. Kazamias [ed] () International handbook of comparative education [i] [d]
  775. () The philosopher leader: on relationalism, ethics and reflexivity: a critical perspective to teaching leadership [d]
  776. () Indigenous knowledge in the life sciences classroom: put on your de Bono hats! [d] [j]
  777. () Teaching evolution with historical narratives [d]
  778. () Community engaged parent education: strengthening civic engagement among parents and parent educators [d]
  779. () Close encounters of the third-grade kind: thoughts on teacherhood [i]
  780. () Ending the silence of the Mexican immigrant voice in public education: creating culturally inclusive family–school–community partnerships [d] [j]
  781. () Leading adult learning: supporting adult development in our schools [i]
  782. () Social-emotional and character development and academics as a dual focus of educational policy [d]
  783. () Diagnostic error in medical education: where wrongs can make rights [d]
  784. Anwei Feng, Michael Byram, & Michael Fleming [ed] () Becoming interculturally competent through education and training [i] [d]
  785. () Which mathematics for the information society? [i] [d]
  786. () Revitalization of the shared commons: education for sustainability and marginalized cultures [d]
  787. () Ethics education and the practice of wisdom [d]
  788. () Structures for facilitating student reflection [d] [j]
  789. () Teaching practice: a cross-professional perspective [d]
  790. () Beyond explanations: what else do students need to understand science? [d]
  791. () Notes on collaboration: assessing student behaviors [d]
  792. (/2015) Our evanescent culture—and the awesome duty of librarians [i] [u]
  793. () Good influence: teaching the wisdom of adulthood [i]
  794. Christopher Honeyman, James Coben, & Giuseppe De Palo [ed] () Rethinking negotiation teaching: innovations for context and culture [i] [u]
  795. () Teaching what you don't know [i] [j]
  796. () Teaching with poverty in mind: what being poor does to kids' brains and what schools can do about it [i]
  797. () Designing heuristics: hybrid computational models for teaching the negotiation of complex contracts [i] [u]
  798. () An assessment of students' understanding of ecosystem concepts: conflating ecological systems and cycles [d]
  799. () What should every citizen know about ecology? [d]
  800. () How students and field geologists reason in integrating spatial observations from outcrops to visualize a 3-D geological structure [d]
  801. () Motivational design for learning and performance: the ARCS model approach [i]
  802. () Education and resilience: social and situated learning among university and secondary students [u]
  803. () Novice teachers' attention to student thinking [d]
  804. () The role of 'accomplished teachers' in professional learning communities: uncovering practice and enabling leadership [d]
  805. () Aesthetic experience as an aspect of embodied learning: stories from physical education student teachers [d]
  806. () Interpersonal relationships, motivation, engagement, and achievement: yields for theory, current issues, and educational practice [d]
  807. Michael R. Matthews & Hugh G. Gauch [ed] () Science, worldviews and education [i] [d]
  808. () Teaching the philosophical and worldview components of science [d]
  809. Claire McGlynn [ed] () Peace education in conflict and post-conflict societies: comparative perspectives [i] [d]
  810. () Lessons learned from the landscape: an integrated approach [d]
  811. Nathalie Muller Mirza & Anne Nelly Perret-Clermont [ed] () Argumentation and education: theoretical foundations and practices [i] [d]
  812. () Simulation: Art or science? How to teach it? [d]
  813. () The development of rationality [i] [d]
  814. () Liberty and learning: academic freedom for teachers and students [i]
  815. () Environmental and science education in developing nations: a Ghanaian approach to renewing and revitalizing the local community and ecosystems [d]
  816. () The power of nature and the nature of power [u]
  817. () Wounded by school: recapturing the joy in learning and standing up to old school culture [i]
  818. () Self-determination in medical education: encouraging medical educators to be more like blues artists and poets [d]
  819. () The deceptive simplicity of teaching negotiation: reflections on thirty years of the negotiation workshop [d]
  820. () Making learning whole: how seven principles of teaching can transform education [i]
  821. () Teacher action research: building knowledge democracies [i] [d]
  822. () Teacher practice online: sharing wisdom, opening doors [i]
  823. () Clock watchers: six steps to motivating and engaging disengaged students across content areas [i]
  824. () Helping college students: developing essential support skills for student affairs practice [i]
  825. () Using experiential activities with adolescents to promote respect for diversity [d] [j]
  826. (/2014) Why school?: reclaiming education for all of us [i]
  827. () Principals matter: a guide to school, family, and community partnerships [i]
  828. () Mindful teaching & teaching mindfulness: a guide for anyone who teaches anything [i]
  829. () At home in the world: human nature, ecological thought, and education after Darwin [i]
  830. Harvey Siegel [ed] () The Oxford handbook of philosophy of education [i] [d]
  831. () Argumentation in school science: breaking the tradition of authoritative exposition through a pedagogy that promotes discussion and reasoning [d]
  832. Ryan Sittler & Douglas Cook [ed] () The library instruction cookbook [i]
  833. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas [ed] () Social justice through multilingual education [i] [d]
  834. () Building resiliency to childhood trauma through arts-based learning [d]
  835. () Remembering to laugh and explore: improvisational activities for literacy teaching in urban classrooms [u]
  836. () Teaching energy conservation as a unifying principle in physics [d]
  837. () Visual literacy: the missing piece of your technology integration course [d]
  838. () Teaching yoga: essential foundations and techniques [i]
  839. () Journal keeping: how to use reflective writing for effective learning, teaching, professional insight, and positive change [i]
  840. Randy Stoecker, Elizabeth A. Tryon, & Amy Hilgendorf [ed] () The unheard voices: community organizations and service learning [i]
  841. () Learning: an evolutionary analysis [d]
  842. () Closing the poverty & culture gap: strategies to reach every student [i]
  843. () Distinctive qualities of expert teachers [d]
  844. () Adventure-based group therapy to promote social skills in adolescents [d]
  845. () Botanical literacy: what and how should students learn about plants? [d]
  846. (/2013) Behavior analysis for effective teaching [i]
  847. (/2013) Punishment and why to avoid it [i]
  848. () Beyond the bake sale: a community-based relational approach to parent engagement in schools [d] [u]
  849. Kathryn R. Wentzel & Allan Wigfield [ed] () Handbook of motivation at school [i]
  850. () Why don't students like school?: a cognitive scientist answers questions about how the mind works and what it means for the classroom [i]
  851. () Exploration and meaning making in the learning of science [i] [d]
  852. () Learning as problem design versus problem solving: making the connection between cognitive neuroscience research and educational practice [d]
  853. () The educational value of multiple-representations when learning complex scientific concepts [i] [d]
  854. () Deviations: designing architecture: a manual [i]
  855. () Connecting hand, mind, and community: vocational education for social and environmental renewal [d] [u]
  856. () Biological processes in prevention and intervention: the promotion of self-regulation as a means of preventing school failure [p] [d]
  857. () Discursive geographies in science: space, identity, and scientific discourse among indigenous women in higher education [d]
  858. () Strengths-based partnerships: a school–family–community partnership approach to empowering students [d] [j]
  859. (/2012) Implementing response-to-intervention in elementary and secondary schools: procedures to assure scientific-based practices [i]
  860. () From foreign language education to education for intercultural citizenship: essays and reflections [i] [d]
  861. () Learning to teach ethics from the heart: a journey of discovery form the inside out [i]
  862. () Considering the ethical potential of professional communities [d]
  863. () What's the point of school?: rediscovering the heart of education [i]
  864. () Student/teacher co-construction of visualizable models in large group discussion [i] [d]
  865. (/2014) Using Compendium as a tool to support the design of learning activities [i] [d]
  866. Pierre R. Dasen & Abdeljalil Akkari [ed] () Educational theories and practices from the majority world [i] [d]
  867. () How to coach teachers who don't think like you: using literacy strategies to coach across content areas [i]
  868. () Increased family involvement in school predicts improved child–teacher relationships and feelings about school for low-income children [d]
  869. () Thinking critically about critical thinking: towards a post-critical, dialogic pedagogy for popular visual culture [d]
  870. Michel Ferrari & Georges Potworowski [ed] () Teaching for wisdom: cross-cultural perspectives on fostering wisdom [i] [d]
  871. (/2021) Better learning through structured teaching: a framework for the gradual release of responsibility [i]
  872. () Assessing students' perceptions of inappropriate and appropriate teacher humor [d]
  873. John K. Gilbert, Miriam Reiner, & Mary Bird Nakhleh [ed] () Visualization: theory and practice in science education [i] [d]
  874. () Some principles for ethics education: implementing the acculturation model [d]
  875. () The tempest: anthropology and human development [i] [d]
  876. () School [i]
  877. () No computer program required: even pencil-and-paper argument mapping improves critical-thinking skills [d]
  878. () Talking about success: implications for achievement motivation [d]
  879. () Lessons from the public sphere: listening, adversity, and learning [d]
  880. () Contemplative education and youth development [d]
  881. Terese C. Jiménez & Victoria L. Graf [ed] () Education for all: critical issues in the education of children and youth with disabilities [i]
  882. () Pedagogy for addressing the worldview challenge in sustainable development of agriculture [d]
  883. () On course: a week-by-week guide to your first semester of college teaching [i] [j]
  884. () Insights into the integration of traditional Filipino arts in art and design education: voices from the academe [d]
  885. () How curricular content and pedagogical strategies affect moral reasoning development in college students [d]
  886. () Integrating teacher behaviors with character strengths and virtues for faculty development [d]
  887. () The Second City guide to improv in the classroom: using improvisation to teach skills and boost learning [i]
  888. () Dialogue mapping and collaborative learning [i] [d]
  889. () The trouble with Black boys: essays on race, equity, and the future of public education [i]
  890. Larry P. Nucci, Tobias Krettenauer, & Darcia Narváez [ed] (/2014) Handbook of moral and character education [i] [d]
  891. () 'You choose to care': teachers, emotions and professional identity [d]
  892. (/2014) Scaffolding school students' scientific argumentation in inquiry-based learning with evidence maps [i] [d]
  893. () Silent pedagogy and rethinking classroom practice: structuring teaching through silence rather than talk [d]
  894. () Diversity knowledge in science teacher education—translating concept to instruction: an example specific to African Americans [d]
  895. Mica Pollock [ed] () Everyday antiracism: getting real about race in school [i]
  896. PRATEC [ed] () Diálogo de saberes y escuela rural andina [i] [u]
  897. () Mobilizing the community to help students succeed [i]
  898. () Urban youths' hybrid positioning in science practices at the margin: a look inside a school–museum–scientist partnership project and an after-school science program [d]
  899. Alan Reid [ed] () Participation and learning: perspectives on education and the environment, health and sustainability [i] [d]
  900. () Contextual shifting: teachers emphasizing students' academic identity to promote scientific literacy [d]
  901. () Playgrounds, studios and hiding places: emotional exchange in creative learning spaces [d]
  902. () Why Dewey matters [d] [u]
  903. () ENGAGE: a blueprint for incorporating social skills training into daily academic instruction [d]
  904. () Spectacular things happen along the way: lessons from an urban classroom [i]
  905. () Sustainability education, whole school approaches, and communities of action [i] [d]
  906. (/2014) Mapping the curriculum: how concept maps can improve the effectiveness of course development [i] [d]
  907. () Learning friendship: the 'indispensable basis of a good society' [d]
  908. () Visual intelligence: using the deep patterns of visual language to build cognitive skills [d]
  909. () Perfectionism in school teachers: relations with stress appraisals, coping styles, and burnout [d]
  910. Diane L. Swanson & Dann G. Fisher [ed] () Advancing business ethics education [i]
  911. () Why culture counts: teaching children of poverty [i]
  912. () Teaching teachers to just say 'know': reflections on drug education [d]
  913. () On teaching and learning: putting the principles and practices of dialogue education into action [i]
  914. Stella Vosniadou [ed] (/2013) International handbook of research on conceptual change [i] [d]
  915. () The educator's guide to solving common behavior problems [i]
  916. () Mega-simulations in negotiation teaching: extraordinary investments with extraordinary benefits [d]
  917. () Beyond the scientific method: model-based inquiry as a new paradigm of preference for school science investigations [d]
  918. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part I) [j]
  919. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part II) [j]
  920. () How sustained conflict makes moral education impossible: some observations from Palestine [d]
  921. () Creating welcoming schools: a practical guide to home–school partnerships with diverse families [i]
  922. () Joining the conversation about educating our poorest children: emerging leadership roles for school counselors in high-poverty schools [d] [j]
  923. David N. Aspin & Judith D. Chapman [ed] () Values education and lifelong learning: principles, policies, programmes [i] [d]
  924. () Educational research and undiscovered public knowledge [d]
  925. () An acculturation model for ethics training: the ethics autobiography and beyond [d]
  926. () The impact of service-learning on ethnocentrism in an intercultural communication course [d]
  927. Liora Bresler [ed] () International handbook of research in arts education [i] [d]
  928. () Building skills for school success: improving the academic and social competence of students [d] [j]
  929. (/2010) The critique handbook: the art student's sourcebook and survival guide [i]
  930. () A guide to great field trips [i]
  931. () Learning to teach: teacher candidates reflect on the relational, conceptual, and contextual influences of responsive mentorship [d] [j]
  932. () Puzzle them first!: motivating adolescent readers with question-finding [i]
  933. () Developmental counseling and therapy as a model for school counselor consultation with teachers [d] [j]
  934. () Informal learning: rediscovering the natural pathways that inspire innovation and performance [i]
  935. () Emergent pedagogy: learning to enjoy the uncontrollable—and make it productive [d]
  936. () The model-based view of scientific theories and the structuring of school science programmes [d]
  937. () Teaching of energy issues: a debate proposal for a global reorientation [d]
  938. () Journal writing on wilderness expeditions as a tool for sustainability education—reflections on the potential and the reality [d]
  939. () Multicultural education, pragmatism, and the goals of science teaching [d]
  940. () Movement expressiveness, solidarity and the (re)shaping of African American students' scientific identities [d]
  941. () Adaptive capacity and learning to learn as leverage for social-ecological resilience [d]
  942. () Cognitive load and classroom teaching: the double-edged sword of automaticity [d]
  943. () Observations on biology [d] [j]
  944. () Preparing America's teachers: a history [i]
  945. () Simulating planning: SimCity as a pedagogical tool [d]
  946. () Educating world teachers for cosmopolitan classrooms and schools [d]
  947. () Learning community formats [d]
  948. () Art, ecology and art education: locating art education in a critical place-based pedagogy [d] [j]
  949. () A new use for practitioners in teaching negotiation [d]
  950. () Teachers' resilience: a necessary condition for effectiveness [d]
  951. () Fostering independent learning: practical strategies to promote student success [i]
  952. () Beyond the bake sale: the essential guide to family–school partnerships [i]
  953. (/2013) Studio thinking 2: the real benefits of visual arts education [i]
  954. () Fish swim, rocks sit, and lungs breathe: expert–novice understanding of complex systems [d]
  955. () Teaching quantum physics without paradoxes [d]
  956. () Developing spiritual competence in practice [d]
  957. () Group approaches to reducing aggression and bullying in school [d]
  958. () We feel, therefore we learn: the relevance of affective and social neuroscience to education [d]
  959. () Understanding scale: Powers of ten [d]
  960. () Democracy as discussion: civic education and the American forum movement [i]
  961. () Teaching discipline & self-respect: effective strategies, anecdotes, and lessons for successful classroom management [i]
  962. () Models and modelling in physics education: a critical re-analysis of philosophical underpinnings and suggestions for revisions [d]
  963. () How might action learning be used to develop the emotional intelligence and leadership capacity of public administrators? [d] [j]
  964. Jacqueline P. Leighton & Mark J. Gierl [ed] () Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: theory and applications [i] [d]
  965. () Culturally proficient coaching: supporting educators to create equitable schools [i]
  966. () Meditative dialogue: a tool for engaging students in collaborative learning processes [d]
  967. () Enaction: toward a Zen mind in learning and teaching [i]
  968. () Japanese spirituality and music practice: art as self-cultivation [i] [d]
  969. () Dialogue and the development of children's thinking: a sociocultural approach [i]
  970. (/2018) Ten steps to complex learning: a systematic approach to four-component instructional design [i] [d]
  971. () Freeing music education from schooling: toward a lifespan perspective on music learning and teaching [d]
  972. () Rebuilding communities: the contribution of integrated literacy and conflict resolution programmes [u]
  973. () Team leadership: critical steps to great projects [d]
  974. () On performing concepts during science lectures [d]
  975. () A web-based authoring tool for intelligent tutors: blending assessment and instructional assistance [i] [d]
  976. () Beyond more Jews doing Jewish: clarifying the goals of informal Jewish education [d]
  977. () Unfulfilled promises: how inventories, instruments and institutions subvert discourses of diversity and promote commonality [d]
  978. () Autonomous motivation for teaching: how self-determined teaching may lead to self-determined learning [d]
  979. () Deliberative pedagogy: ideas for analysing the quality of deliberation in conflict management in education [d]
  980. Melvin L. Silberman [ed] () The handbook of experiential learning [i]
  981. () The strategic teacher: selecting the right research-based strategy for every lesson [i]
  982. Diana Stuart Sinton & Jennifer J. Lund [ed] () Understanding place: GIS and mapping across the curriculum [i]
  983. () Counting the cost of an absent mind: mind wandering as an underrecognized influence on educational performance [p] [d]
  984. () A school like mine: a unique celebration of schools around the world [i]
  985. () Leading for results: transforming teaching, learning, and relationships in schools [i]
  986. () A conceptualisation of emotion within art and design education: a creative, learning and product-orientated triadic schema [d]
  987. () Finding narratives of time and space [i]
  988. () Tips & tools: the art of experiential group facilitation [i]
  989. () Ethical school leadership: defining the best interests of students [d]
  990. () Making questions work: a guide to what and how to ask for facilitators, consultants, managers, coaches, and educators [i]
  991. () Teaching for a better world: the why and how of student-initiated curricula [i] [d]
  992. () Ethics education: using inductive reasoning to develop individual, group, organizational, and global perspectives [d]
  993. () The professionalization of museum educators: the case in science museums [d]
  994. () Teaching students to shape the game: negotiation architecture and the design of manageably dynamic simulations [d]
  995. () A story of visual cultural and pedagogical webs [i] [d]
  996. () Reenergizing small communities: a vital role for rural schools [d]
  997. () Implementing and sustaining service-learning at the institutional level [d]
  998. () From family deficit to family strength: viewing families' contributions to children's learning from a family resilience perspective [j]
  999. () Role-play teaching: acting in the classroom [d]
  1000. () Letters to a new teacher: a month-by-month guide to the year ahead [i]
  1001. () Efficiency in learning: evidence-based guidelines to manage cognitive load [i]
  1002. () Teaching professionalism: general principles [p] [d]
  1003. (/2009) How to teach students who don't look like you: culturally relevant teaching strategies [i]
  1004. () Essential use cases for pedagogical patterns [d]
  1005. (/2012) Educational leadership: together creating ethical learning environments [i]
  1006. Maurice J. Elias & Harriett Arnold [ed] () The educator's guide to emotional intelligence and academic achievement: social-emotional learning in the classroom [i]
  1007. () Humor in pedagogy: how ha-ha can lead to aha! [d] [j]
  1008. Eric A. Hanushek & Finis Welch [ed] () Handbook of the economics of education [i]
  1009. () Contemplative practices: educating for peace and tolerance [d]
  1010. () Field trips as cognitive motivators for high level science learning [d] [u]
  1011. (/2015) Conservation education and outreach techniques [i] [d]
  1012. () Not just for fun: using cartoons to investigate geographical issues [d]
  1013. Suzanne Lane, Mark R. Raymond, & Thomas M. Haladyna [ed] (/2015) Handbook of test development [i] [d]
  1014. () Differing profiles of developmental experiences across types of organized youth activities [d]
  1015. () Communicating quietly: supporting personal growth with meditation and listening in schools [d]
  1016. () Critique of the 'tragic case' method in ethics education [p] [d]
  1017. () 'To remain an Indian': lessons in democracy from a century of Native American education [i]
  1018. () Preparing students for conservation careers through project-based learning [p] [d] [j]
  1019. () Collaborative learning through argument visualisation in secondary school [i]
  1020. () Getting it right: keeping it complicated [book review] [d] [u]
  1021. () Making modern lives: subjectivity, schooling, and social change [i]
  1022. () Learning to think spatially [i] [d] [u]
  1023. () Formative assessment and self-regulated learning: a model and seven principles of good feedback practice [d]
  1024. () Science, art, and experience: constructing a science pedagogy from Dewey's aesthetics [d]
  1025. () Learning and livelihood [u]
  1026. () The developing person: an experiential perspective [i] [d]
  1027. () Supporting young children drawing: developing a role [d]
  1028. () Pass it on!: ready-to-use handouts for asset builders [i]
  1029. (/2014) Knowledge building and knowledge creation: theory, pedagogy, and technology [i] [d]
  1030. () Home is a prison in the global city: the tragic failure of school-based community engagement strategies [d]
  1031. () The tension between authoritative and dialogic discourse: a fundamental characteristic of meaning making interactions in high school science lessons [d]
  1032. () Repertoire of practice: reconceptualizing instructor competency in contemporary adventure education [d]
  1033. () College students in distress: a resource guide for faculty, staff, and campus community [i]
  1034. () Common sense clarified: the role of intuitive knowledge in physics problem solving [d]
  1035. () Learning to teach argumentation: research and development in the science classroom [d]
  1036. () Textbooks: expectations vs. reality: the DNA story [d] [j]
  1037. () Learning to research environmental problems from a functional socio-cultural constructivism perspective: the transdisciplinary case study approach [d]
  1038. () Promoting an endogenous approach to education at the local community level [d]
  1039. () The behavior of tutoring systems [u]
  1040. () La interculturalidad en la educación básica: reformas curriculares de Ecuador, Perú y Bolivia [i]
  1041. () Change leadership: a practical guide to transforming our schools [i]
  1042. () Literacy in structural graphics: the higher education imperative [i] [d]
  1043. () Science as story: communicating the nature of science through historical perspectives on science [d] [j]
  1044. () Learning and teaching with maps [i] [d]
  1045. () The half-second delay: what follows? [d]
  1046. () Love and knowledge: recovering the heart of learning through contemplation [d]
  1047. () Simulation-based medical education: an ethical imperative [d]
  1048. () Radical possibilities: public policy, urban education, and a new social movement [i]
  1049. () Flow among music teachers and their students: the crossover of peak experiences [d]
  1050. () Collaborative learning techniques: a handbook for college faculty [i]
  1051. () Does assessment kill student creativity? [d] [u]
  1052. () Moral reasoning, moral pluralism, and the classroom [u]
  1053. () Developmentally attentive communities [i] [d]
  1054. Chet A. Bowers & Frédérique Apffel-Marglin [ed] () Rethinking Freire: globalization and the environmental crisis [i] [d]
  1055. (/2010) Response to intervention: principles and strategies for effective practice [i]
  1056. () Notebook know-how: strategies for the writer's notebook [i]
  1057. () Challenges in fostering ethical knowledge as professionalism within schools as teaching communities [d]
  1058. () Using drawings to assess student perceptions of schoolyard habitats: a case study of reform-based research in the United States [u]
  1059. () Preparing teachers for a changing world: what teachers should learn and be able to do [i]
  1060. () 32 third graders and one class bunny: life lessons from teaching [i]
  1061. Mark Dudek [ed] () Children's spaces [i]
  1062. Celia B. Fisher & Richard M. Lerner [ed] () Encyclopedia of applied developmental science [i] [d]
  1063. () The game of school: why we all play it, how it hurts kids, and what it will take to change it [i]
  1064. () Teaching critical thinking: some lessons from cognitive science [d] [j]
  1065. John K. Gilbert [ed] () Visualization in science education [i] [d]
  1066. () Reducing violence and aggression in schools [d]
  1067. () Discovering hidden transformations: making science and other courses more learnable [d] [j]
  1068. () Using argument diagramming software in the classroom [d]
  1069. () Sketching in nature: journaling helps students develop observation skills and a deep appreciation of nature [j]
  1070. () Teaching E = mc²: mass without mass [d]
  1071. () Dynamic geometry: an agent for the reunification of algebra and geometry [d]
  1072. () The paper mirror: understanding reflective journaling [d]
  1073. Edward Arnold Johnson & Michael Mappin [ed] () Environmental education and advocacy: changing perspectives of ecology and education [i]
  1074. () Education for thinking [i]
  1075. () Extending the stay: using community-based research and service learning to enhance short-term study abroad [d]
  1076. () The personal map: a lesson in similarities, differences, and the invisible [d]
  1077. (/2013) Teaching high school science through inquiry and argumentation [i]
  1078. (/2008) Last child in the woods: saving our children from nature-deficit disorder [i]
  1079. () The role of education in American Indian self-determination: lessons from the Ramah Navajo community school [d]
  1080. () The visual core of science: definition and applications to education [d]
  1081. () Field-based education and indigenous knowledge: essential components of geoscience education for native American communities [d]
  1082. () Critical graphicacy: understanding visual representation practices in school science [i] [d]
  1083. () Epistemology for the masses: the origins of 'the scientific method' in American schools [d] [j] [u]
  1084. () What it means to be a naturalist and the future of natural history at American universities [d]
  1085. () The worldwide expansion of higher education in the twentieth century [d] [j]
  1086. () The architecture of participation [i]
  1087. () Prolegomenon to scientific visualizations [i] [d]
  1088. () Patterns—a fundamental idea of mathematical thinking and learning [d]
  1089. Anna Held Audette [ed] () 100 creative drawing ideas [i]
  1090. () Creating a reusable learning objects strategy: leveraging information and learning in a knowledge economy [i]
  1091. () From dilemmas to experience: shaping the conditions of learning [in music] [i] [u]
  1092. () Creating optimal work environments: exploring teacher flow experiences [d]
  1093. () Geographic information systems: a tool to support geography and environmental education? [d]
  1094. () Silence as the foundation of learning [d]
  1095. () Enhancing introductory symbolic logic with student-centered discussion projects [d]
  1096. (/2011) Graphics for learning: proven guidelines for planning, designing, and evaluating visuals in training materials [i]
  1097. (/2010) Responding to problem behavior in schools: the behavior education program [i]
  1098. Diana Denton & Will Ashton [ed] () Spirituality, action, & pedagogy: teaching from the heart [i]
  1099. () Effective group facilitation in education: how to energize meetings and manage difficult groups [i]
  1100. (/2009) Classroom activators: more than 100 ways to energize learners [i]
  1101. () Studying science in action: the case for using cases in teaching the philosophy of science [d]
  1102. () 'Failure dances to the tune of insecurity': affective issues in the assessment and evaluation of access learning [o]
  1103. () Learning to live together: preventing hatred and violence in child and adolescent development [i]
  1104. () Drawing on education: using drawings to document schooling and support change [d]
  1105. () Energy flow diagrams for teaching physics concepts [d]
  1106. () A natural history of place in education [i]
  1107. () Open to outcome: a practical guide for facilitating & teaching experiential reflection [i]
  1108. () The impact of informal music learning practices in the classroom, or how I learned how to teach from a garage band [d]
  1109. () Choice words: how our language affects children's learning [i]
  1110. (/2009) 30 reflective staff development exercises for educators [i]
  1111. (/2010) The complete guide to service learning: proven, practical ways to engage students in civic responsibility, academic curriculum, & social action [i]
  1112. John Loughran, Mary Lynn Hamilton, Vicki Kubler LaBoskey, & Tom Russell [ed] () International handbook of self-study of teaching and teacher education practices [i] [d]
  1113. () Latino education in the United States: a narrated history from 1513–2000 [i] [d]
  1114. () Competence, persistence, and success: the positive psychology of behavioral skill instruction [d]
  1115. Karsten Mündel & Daniel Schugurensky [ed] () Lifelong citizenship learning, participatory democracy and social change [o] [u]
  1116. () A child's work: the importance of fantasy play [i] [d]
  1117. () Dialogic activity structures for project-based learning environments [d]
  1118. PRATEC [ed] () Una escuela amable con el saber local [i] [u]
  1119. () The best of times, the worst of times [u]
  1120. () Making minds less well educated than our own [i] [d]
  1121. () No longer theory: correctional practices that work [j]
  1122. Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco & Desirée Qin-Hilliard [ed] () Globalization: culture and education in the new millennium [i] [d] [j]
  1123. () I am a pencil: a teacher, his kids, and their world of stories [i]
  1124. () The teacher as partner: exploring participant structures, symmetry, and identity work in scaffolding [d]
  1125. (/2012) 'Sit & get' won't grow dendrites: 20 professional learning strategies that engage the adult brain [i]
  1126. (/2010) Assessment clear and simple: a practical guide for institutions, departments, and general education [i]
  1127. John Zubizarreta [ed] (/2009) The learning portfolio: reflective practice for improving student learning [i]
  1128. Maenette K. P. Ah Nee-Benham & Wayne J. Stein [ed] () The renaissance of American Indian higher education: capturing the dream [i] [d]
  1129. Narntip Aksornkool [ed] () Literacy as freedom: a UNESCO round-table [o] [u]
  1130. () Mutual learning and democratic action in instrumental music education [d]
  1131. () When smart groups fail [d]
  1132. () Beyond visual culture: seven statements of support for material culture studies in art education [d] [j]
  1133. () School-based health centers: accessibility and accountability [d]
  1134. Robert Brooke [ed] () Rural voices: place-conscious education and the teaching of writing [i]
  1135. (/2015) The school I'd like: revisited: children and young people's reflections on an education for the future [i] [d]
  1136. () Skillfully instructing learners: how communicators effectively convey messages [i] [d]
  1137. (/2013) Creating significant learning experiences: an integrated approach to designing college courses [i]
  1138. () Appreciating the beauty of science ideas: teaching for aesthetic understanding [d]
  1139. () Enhancing school-based prevention and youth development through coordinated social, emotional, and academic learning [p] [d]
  1140. () At home with the other: reclaiming the ecological roots of development and literacy [d]
  1141. () Counselling pupils in schools: skills and strategies for teachers [i]
  1142. () Beyond book learning: cultivating the pedagogy of experience through field trips [d]
  1143. () Compassionate education: a prolegomena for radical schooling [i]
  1144. Richard M. Lerner & Peter L. Benson [ed] () Developmental assets and asset-building communities: implications for research, policy, and practice [i] [d]
  1145. () Indigenous education: addressing current issues and developments [d] [j]
  1146. () Observational diary: the merits of journal writing as case-based instruction in introductory psychology [d]
  1147. () Impeding sustainability?: the ecological footprint of higher education [o] [u]
  1148. (/2009) Schools as professional learning communities: collaborative activities and strategies for professional development [i]
  1149. () What exactly is a youth development program?: answers from research and practice [d]
  1150. () Listening: a framework for teaching across differences [i]
  1151. () Building vs. borrowing: the challenge of actively constructing ideas [o] [u]
  1152. () The promotion of social awareness: powerful lessons from the partnership of developmental theory and classroom practice [i] [j]
  1153. () Spiritual role modeling: the teaching of meaning systems [d]
  1154. (/2014) Seeing red: an anger management and anti-bullying curriculum for kids [i]
  1155. () Beyond critical thinking and decision making: teaching business students how to think [d]
  1156. () Constructive conflict: how controversy can contribute to school improvement [d] [u]
  1157. () In search of a pedagogy of conflict and dialogue for mathematics education [i] [d]
  1158. () The SAFI model as a critical link between marginalized families and schools: a literature review and strategies for school counselors [d]
  1159. () Avoiding the pediatrician's error: how neuroscientists can help educators (and themselves) [p] [d]
  1160. () Trust in schools: a core resource for improvement [i] [j]
  1161. () Environmental education as facilitator of the use of ecological information: a case study in Mexico [d]
  1162. () Participatory workshops: a sourcebook of 21 sets of ideas and activities [i] [d]
  1163. () Seeking challenge, finding skill: flow experience and music education [d]
  1164. () The role of the child in adult development [d]
  1165. () Mentor manager, mentor parent: how to develop responsible people and build successful relationships at work and at home [i]
  1166. () Clarifying visual culture art education [d] [j]
  1167. Lyn D. English & Maria G. Bartolini Bussi [ed] (/2008) Handbook of international research in mathematics education [i]
  1168. () Learning to notice: scaffolding new teachers' interpretations of classroom interactions [u]
  1169. () Better hearts: teaching applied virtue ethics [d]
  1170. () School counselors: becoming key players in school reform [j]
  1171. () Integrating a decision support system into a school: the effects on student functioning [d]
  1172. () Rediscovering rites of passage: education, transformation, and the transition to sustainability [j] [u]
  1173. John Loughran & Tom Russell [ed] () Improving teacher education practices through self-study [i]
  1174. () Navigating the social world: a curriculum for individuals with Asperger's syndrome, high functioning autism and related disorders [i]
  1175. () African-centered pedagogy: developing schools of achievement for African American children [i]
  1176. () Can self-study challenge the belief that telling, showing, and guided practice constitute adequate teacher education? [i]
  1177. () Arguments, contradictions, resistances, and conceptual change in students' understanding of atomic structure [d]
  1178. () No place to learn: why universities aren't working [i]
  1179. () A teacher's responsibility [u]
  1180. () At the elbow of another: learning to teach by coteaching [i]
  1181. () Being and becoming in the classroom [i]
  1182. () Place-based education: learning to be where we are [d]
  1183. () Policy implementation and cognition: reframing and refocusing implementation research [d]
  1184. () The workshop book: from individual creativity to group action [i]
  1185. (/2018) Qualities of effective teachers [i]
  1186. Nathan Stucky & Cynthia Wimmer [ed] () Teaching performance studies [i]
  1187. Peter C. Taylor, Penny J. Gilmer, & Kenneth George Tobin [ed] () Transforming undergraduate science teaching: social constructivist perspectives [i]
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