The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking-Concepts and Tools
Call Number: BF 441 .382 2009
Publication Date: 2001-10-01
The miniature guide to practical ways for promoting active and cooperative learning / by Wesley Hiler and Richard Paul. by Hiler, Wesley and Paul, Richard
Call Number: LB 1060 .H54 2006
The miniature guide to taking charge of the human mind : thinking, feeling, wanting by Elder, Linda and Paul, Richard
Call Number: BF 441 .E424 2011
A critical thinker's guide to educational fads : how to get beyond educational glitz and glitter by Paul, Richard and Elder, Linda
Call Number: LB 1027.3 .P38 2007
A glossary of critical thinking terms and concepts: the critical analytic vocabulary of the English language with commentary for students, educators, and citizens by Elder, Linda and Paul, Richard
Call Number: LB 1590.3 E43 2009
A guide for educators to critical thinking competency standards : standards, principles, performance indicators, and outcomes with a critical thinking master rubric by Elder, Linda and Richard, Paul
Call Number: LB 1590.3 E44 2007
The thinker's guide to how to write a paragraph : the art of substantive writing : how to say something worth saying about something worth saying something about by Richard, Paul and Elder, Linda
Call Number: PE 1439 .P39 2007
The thinker's guide to the art of Socratic questioning by Richard, Paul and Elder, Linda
Call Number: LB 1027.44 .P38 2007
The thinker's guide to the nature and functions of critical & creative thinking by Paul, Richard, and Elder, Linda
Call Number: BF 442 .P38 2008
The thinker's guide to understanding the foundations of ethical reasoning by Paul, Richard and Elder, Linda
Call Number: BJ 1031 .P385 2006
Faculty Development Books
Find these books behind the 3rd floor circulation desk.
147 Practical Tips for Synchronous and Blending Technology Teaching and Learning by Lehman, Rosemary M.
Call Number: LC 5800.L47 2007
Distance education today offers more than teaching and learning online. Honed through years of experience and grounded in distance education research, the tips selected for this book are placed in the respected framework of the instructional design process: pre-planning, planning, developing, implementing, evaluating.
147 Practical Tips for Using Icebreakers with College Students by Magnan, Robert
Call Number: LB 2331.M346 2005
Building a sense of community in the classroom is key to fostering a safe and supportive environment for learning. Icebreakers are designed specifically for this purpose – to create that sense of a community of learners, working together.
Beyond Subject Matter Expertise: Strategies for Instructing Adults by Johnson, Glenn Ross
Call Number: LC 5225.T4 J65 2009
To help adults learn, you must go beyond subject matter expertise. This book offers you a lot of strategies in just a little time. It's structured around basic questions for you to consider as you begin preparing to train or teach.
Generational Learning Styles by Coates, Julie
Call Number: LB 1060.C585 2007
For the first time in history, there are now four generations of adults living, working and learning within the same society. It sets a tone for the explosion of change that society faces in the 21st century. The day of the multi-age classroom is here. Generational Learning Styles is a pioneering work intended to provide you with guidelines for meeting the challenges of multiple generations in school, work and society.
Rewired by Rosen, Larry D.
Call Number: LB 1028.5.R575 2010
Look around at today’s youth and you can see how technology has changed their lives. How does the new, charged-up, multitasking generation respond to traditional textbooks and lectures? Are we effectively reaching today’s technologically advanced youth? Rewired is the first book to help educators and parents teach to this new generation’s radically different learning styles and needs.
The Dynamic Classroom: Engaging Students in Higher Education by Black, Catherine
Call Number: LB 2322.2.D96 2010
With each new era, educators must examine the cultural and technological changes that define the times in order to reflect or incorporate them into teaching practice. The Dynamic Classroom: Engaging Students in Higher Education submits that there is no single method for the current era or any other era, and accordingly approaches this crucial question from multiple angles in a collection of fourteen best-practices papers.
Journals of Interest
Here are some links to some journals you may find interesting.