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What's New in the Library

What's New in the Library is updated regularly and lists new items in the College library collection.

Reconceptualizing disability in education / Luigi Iannacci

Cultivating readers : everything you need to take reading instruction beyond the skills to addressing the will / Anne Elliott, Mary Lynch

Teaching well : how healthy, empowered teachers lead to thriving, successful classrooms / Lisa Bush

Handbook of moral and character education / edited by Larry P. Nucci, Darcia Narvaez

The coddling of the American mind : how good intentions and bad ideas are setting up a generation for failure / Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt

Speaking our truth teachers' guide / by Tasha Henry

Disciplinary literacy in action : how to create and sustain a school-wide culture of deep reading, writing, and thinking / ReLeah Cossett Lent, ReLeah Lent Educational Consulting, Marsha Voigt

Engaging preschoolers in mathematics : using classroom routines for problem solving / Jeanne White and Linda Dauksas

Teaching mindfulness skills to kids and teens / edited by Christopher Willard, Amy Saltzman ; foreword by Susan Kaiser Greenland

Thinking together : 9 beliefs for building a mathematical community / Rozlynn Dance and Tessa Kaplan

The bully, the bullied, the bystander, the brave / poems collected by David Booth and Larry Swartz

Too far from perfect : a father-daughter conversation about public education / Tai Pascal Notar & Charles E. Pascal

Crushing Dyslexia : Crush the disability enjoy the gifts, the "how-to" book of effective methods for helping people with dyslexia and other struggling readers. / Carol S. Fitzpatrick, M.S. Ed

Invitations to play : using play to build literacy skills in young learners / Anne Burke

Challenging mindset : why a growth mindset makes a difference in learning -- and what to do when it doesn't / James Nottingham, Bosse Larsson

"Why didn't they just say that?" : teaching secondary students with high-functioning autism to decode the social world using PEERspective : an evidence-based practice: peer-mediated instruction and intervention / Jennifer M. Schmidt, MEd ; foreword by Sean Barron

1,000 conversation questions : designed for use in the ESL or EFL classroom / Larry Pitts

Bold school : an inquiry model to transform teaching / Tina Jagdeo & Lara Jensen

Create a growth mindset school : an administrator's guide to leading a growth mindset community / Mary Cay Ricci

Delusions of gender : how our minds, society, and neurosexism create difference / Cordelia Fine

Developing assessment-capable visible learners : grades K-12 : maximizing skill, will, and thrill / Nancy Frey, John Hattie, Douglas Fisher

End peer cruelty, build empathy : the proven 6Rs of bullying prevention that create inclusive, safe, and caring schools / Michele Borba, Ed.D

Essential elements in early intervention : visual impairment and multiple disabilities / Deborah Chen, editor

Hacking early learning : 10 building blocks to success in pre-K-3 that all teachers and school leaders should know / Jessica Cabeen

Hacking mathematics : 10 problems that need solving / Dennis Sheeran

Illuminate : technology enhanced learning / Bethany J. Petty

Keep calm and teach : empowering k-12 learners with positive classroom management routines / Victoria Lentfer

Lead with literacy: A pirate leader's guide to developing a culture of readers; Mandy Ellis; foreword by Beth Houf and Shelley Burgess

Let them speak : how student voice can transform your school / Rebecca Coda & Rick Jetter

Mental health & high school curriculum guide : understanding mental health and mental illness

Passionate learners : how to engage and empower your students / Pernille Ripp

Perfect Pairs : using fiction and nonfiction picture books to teach life science, grades 3-5 / Melissa Stewart & Nancy Chesley

Powerful partnerships : a teacher's guide to engaging families for student success / Karen L. Mapp, Ilene Carver, and Jessica Lander

Ready-to-go instructional strategies that build collaboration, communication, and critical thinking / Denise White, Alisa Braddy

Real talk about classroom management : 50 best practices that work and show you believe in your students / Serena Pariser

Shake up learning : practical ideas to move learning from static to dynamic / Kasey Bell

Stand up and teach / Kathleen Gould Lundy

Talk with me : a step-by-step conversation framework for teaching conversational balance and fluency for high-functioning individuals with autism spectrum disorders : an evidence-based strategy / Kerry Mataya, M.S.Ed., Ruth Aspy, Ph.D., Hollis Shaffer

Teaching mathematics in the visible learning classroom, grades 6-8 / John Almarode [and five others

Teaching reading to English language learners, grades 6-12 : a framework for improving achievement in the content areas / Margarita Calderón and Shawn Slakk

The embodied teen : a somatic curriculum for teaching body-mind awareness, kinesthetic intelligence, and social and emotional skills / Susan Bauer

The self-regulated learning guide : teaching students to think in the language of strategies / Timothy J. Cleary

Truth and reconciliation in Canadian schools / Pamela Rose Toulouse

Unmapped potential : an educator's guide to lasting change / Julie Hasson and Miss Lennard

What is a "good" teacher? / David Booth, Richard Coles

When writers drive the workshop : honoring young voices and bold choices / Brian Kissel

Whole child reading : a quick-start guide to teaching students with down syndrome and other developmental delays / Natalie Hale ; foreword by Dr. Jennifer Mitchell, CCC-SLP

You can:

  • request books and DVDs  from the College library and have them mailed to your home or school free of charge
  • search for ebooks
  • renew materials you've
  • search research databases for full-text journal articles.

You can return library materials free of charge using the Canada Post-approved label enclosed with the shipment. You can also return materials in person via our drop box.

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