New Arrivals · Education

November 13, 2019
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Peterson's scholarships, grants & prizes.

November 12, 2019
Princeton, N.J. : Peterson's,
v. ; 28 cm.
Vol. for 1997 includes 1 CD-ROM called: Peterson's award search ; vols. for 2000 includes 1 CD-ROM called: Peterson's interactive college resources ; Vols. for 2001-2003 include 1 computer disc titled Scholarships, grants and prizes.
"The complete guide to college funding available from private sources."

Peterson's 4 year colleges.

November 12, 2019
Princeton, N.J. : Peterson's,
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Vols. for 2005 and 2008 include 1 CD-ROM disc (4 3/4 in.) called Peterson's interactive college resources.

Projections of educational statistics to ...

November 8, 2019
Washington : U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Educational Research and Improvement : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., <1996-[2019]>
v. : ill. ; 26-28 cm.
Vols. for 42nd ed. (2023)-<45th ed. (2026)> published: Lanham, Md. : Bernan Press.
Vols. <25th ed. (2006)-45th ed. (2026)> include projections of statistics for elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education to the year <2006-2026>.

Celebrate high school : finish with excellence

October 31, 2019
Bastian, Cheryl A.
©2015
135 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
"A guide to middle & high school home education."
Magnificent, make-a-difference middle school -- Navigating the middle school academic maze -- Middle school record keeping -- Future possibilities -- Plan well to finish well -- Meeting college admission requirements -- High school record keeping -- Finishing well.

Geometry : the easy way

October 30, 2019
Waite, Elizabeth, author.
©2019
ix, 513 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Includes index.
Building a geometry vocabulary -- Measure and congruence -- Angle pairs and perpendicular lines -- Parallel lines -- Angles of a polygon -- Proving triangles are congruent -- Applying congruent triangles -- Transformation geometry -- Ratio, proportion, and similarity -- The right triangle -- Geometric inequalities, indirect proof, and concurrencies -- Special quadrilaterals -- Circles and angle measurement -- Chord, tangent, and secant segments -- Area and volume -- Coordinate geometry.
"This new edition in Barron's Easy Way Series contains everything students need to prepare for a geometry class. Geometry: The Easy Way provides key content review and practice exercises to help students learn geometry the easy way. Topics covered in this detailed review of algebra include the "how" and "why" of geometry, with examples, exercises, and solutions throughout, plus hundreds of drawings, graphs, and tables. Practice questions in each chapter help students develop their skills and gauge their progress. Visual references including charts, graphs, diagrams, instructive illustrations, and icons help engage students and reinforce important concepts." -- Provided by publisher.

Peterson's 2 year colleges.

October 29, 2019
Princeton, N.J. : Peterson's,
v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.

Peterson's how to get money for college.

October 29, 2019
Lawrenceville, NJ : Peterson's, c2009-
v. ; 28 cm.
"Financing your future beyond federal aid."

Miami University : a personal history

October 29, 2019
Shriver, Phillip R. (Phillip Raymond), 1922-
Oxford, Oh. : Miami University Press, ©1998.
vi, 222 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes index.
"Miami University: a personal history incorporates the lectures on Miami history which have been given by a former president to large classes for many years. As a compliment to Walter Havighurst's narrative of The Miami Years -the primary source of university history every since the Sesquicentennial Year of 1959, when it was first published -the Shriver history is a personal account often with humorous asides, of a university rooted in the Western academic tradition, which bears an Indian tribal name native to southwestern Ohio. Though the Miami name also belongs to a university in southeastern Florida, it belonged first to a small college on the American Frontier (Old Miami) that developed into a major university in the nation's heartland (New Miami). 'The history of Miami University is finally a great American succes story,' says the Preface, 'and Phil Shriver as both President Emeritus and Professor of History is the right one to tell it in his inimitable way."--Inside dust jacket.

How sweet the bitter soup : a memoir

October 22, 2019
Qian, Lori, author.
©2019
293 pages ; 22 cm
An inspiring story of faith, love and determination of one women's quest for happiness, a life-changing adventure that lands her in a remote Chinese village and in love with a gentle, handsome man who calls that village home

Teaching empathy : strategies for building emotional intelligence in today's students

October 16, 2019
Henshon, Suzanna E., author.
©2019
viii, 151 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Why empathy? -- What is empathy? -- How can you create an empathetic classroom? -- How can you teach empathy? -- How does emotional intelligence relate to empathy? -- How can you maintain empathy in your classroom? -- How can students give back to society? -- How can you use technology to promote empathy? -- How can you lead a school wide empathy initiative? -- What is your future vision of empathy?
"As classrooms become more diverse, it is increasingly important that students learn how to empathize with others who may come from very different backgrounds. Teaching Empathy guides teachers as they seek to create and maintain classrooms in which students are sensitive to the needs of others. Using relevant research and ideas for classroom activities, each chapter shows teachers how to create an environment of empathy and understanding for 21st-century students"--Back cover.

Addition facts that stick : help your child master the addition facts for good in just six weeks

October 14, 2019
Snow, Kate (Teacher), author.
[Charles City, Virginia] : Well-Trained Mind Press, [2016]
131 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Week 1: adding one and two -- Week 2: pairs that make ten -- Week 3: sums less than ten -- Week 4: adding nine -- Week 5: adding eight -- Week 6: look at the leftovers -- Game boards -- Practice pages -- Answer keys.
"Addition Facts That Stick will guide you, step-by- step, as you teach your child to understand and memorize the addition facts, from 1 + 1 through 9 + 9. Hands-on activities, fun games your child will love, and simple practice pages help young students remember the addition facts for good."--Provided by publisher.

Debt free degree : the step-by-step guide to getting your kid through college without student loans

October 11, 2019
ONeal, Anthony, author.
Brentwood, Tennessee : Ramsey Press, [2019]
xvi, 206 pages ; 23 cm
"What every parent needs to know in order to pay cash for college. Most people believe that student loans are the only way to pay for college. That's why we have a $1.5 trillion student loan crisis in the US and over 40 million Americans are saddled with student loan debt. But there is another way. Debt Free Degree teaches parents how their kid can graduate from college without debt, even if they haven't saved for it. It also shows parents how to prepare their child for college, covering topics like what classes to take in high school, when to start testing, how to do college visits, and how to choose a major. Every parent wants the best for their child. Graduating from college without debt is not only possible-it positions both parents and students to win with money for life"-- Provided by publisher.

The assault on American excellence

October 9, 2019
Kronman, Anthony T., author.
©2019
272 pages ; 24 cm
"The former dean of Yale Law School surveys the full sweep of recent campus controversies to show how these disputes threaten the best of America's intellectual traditions--including democracy itself. In his tenure at Yale, Anthony Kronman has watched students march across campus to protest the names of buildings and seen colleagues resign over emails about Halloween costumes. He is no stranger to recent confrontations at American universities. But where many see only the suppression of free speech, the babying of students, and the drive to bury the imperfect parts of our history, Kronman recognizes in these on-campus clashes a threat to our democracy. As Kronman argues in The Assault on American Excellence, the founders of our nation learned over three centuries ago that in order for this country to have a robust democratic government, its citizens have to be trained to have tough skins, to make up their own minds, and to win arguments not on the basis of emotion but because their side is closer to the truth. In other words, to prepare people to choose good leaders, you need to turn them into smart fighters, people who can take hits and think clearly so they're not manipulated by demagogues. Kronman is the first to tie today's campus debates back to the history of American values, drawing on luminaries like Alexis de Tocqueville and John Adams to show how these modern controversies threaten the best of our intellectual traditions. His tone is warm and optimistic, that of a humanist and a lover of the humanities who is passionate about educating students capable of living up to the demands of a thriving democracy. Incisive and wise, The Assault on American Excellence makes the radical argument that to graduate as good citizens, college students have to be tested in a system that isn't wholly focused on being good to them"-- Provided by publisher.

Géographie abregée pour l'instruction de la jeunesse : d'après Lenglet du Fresnoy

October 8, 2019
Pierron, J. B., author.
Metz : Chez Devilly, Librarie, 1808.
346 pages ; 17 cm
Nolan Room Collection.
"Dan laquelle l'Empire Francois et divisé par préfectures et sous-préfectures ; où l'on trouve la situation politique de la Confédération du Rhin, des Royaumes de Hollande, de Bavière, de Westphalie, etc. Le caractère des peuples, le productions, le commerce, l'étendue et la population des divers etats et des villes les plus remarquables; le revenu des princes, leurs forces de terre et de mer, etc."
An adaptation of the title Géographie abregée , par demandes et par réponses by Nicolas Lenglet Dufresnoy which was originally published in 1766.

The parent's guide to college for students on the autism spectrum

October 4, 2019
Shawnee Mission, Kan. : AAPC Pub. ; [London] : [Eurospan, distributor], ©2012.
209 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Companion title to: Students with Asperger syndrome: a guide for college personnel.
Where have you been and where are you going? -- Finding the right college -- Applying for admission -- Getting your student to campus -- Laws families need to know -- Who's who on campus -- The incoming freshman -- Working with disability services -- Academic issues your student may encounter -- Housing and residential life -- Student health, physical and mental -- Social and extracurricular life -- Life after college.

Teaching when the world is on fire

October 1, 2019
New York : The New Press, [2019]
xxii, 241 pages ; 23 cm
Politics matters. I shall create! / William Ayers -- Teaching politics in the age of Trump / Justin Christensen -- The three illusions / Julia Putnam -- Standing up against hate / Mica Pollock -- Yes, race and politics belong in the classroom / H. Richard Milner IV -- Safety matters. Cops or counselors? / Pedro A. Noguera -- How Hurrican Harvey altered my perspective as a teacher / Jeff Collier -- I was raised to believe education could keep me safe / fredrick scott salyers -- Calling on Omar / Carla Shalaby -- School justice / T. Elijah Hawkes -- Race matters. Don't say nothing / Jamilah Pitts -- Black teachers, black youth, and reality pedagogy / Christopher Emdin -- How one elementary school sparked a citywide movement to make black students' lives matter / Wayne Au and Jesse Hagopian -- The fire / Sarah Ishmael and Jonathan Tunstall in conversation -- Engaging and embracing black parents / Allyson Criner Brown -- Who do I belon to? / Natalie Labossiere -- To my sons' future teacher, colleague, sister/brother, co-madre, maestra, comrade, friend / Crystal T. Laura -- Gender and sex ed matter. Sexual harassment and the collateral beauty of resistance / Camila Arze Torres Goitia -- Believe me the first time / Dale Weiss -- Nothing about us, without us, is for us / Hazel Edwards and Maya Lindberg in conversation -- Climate matters. Climate science meets a stubborn obstacle: students / Amy Harmon -- Teachers vs. climate change / Bill Bigelow -- Culture matters. Teaching middle school students to advocate / Caroline Drake -- Why I teach diverse litterature / Noah Cho -- Love for Syria / Cami Touloukian -- Correct(ed): Confederate public history / James Loewen -- Creating inclusive classrooms for Muslim children / Deborah Almontaser -- Appendix: books on immigration for young readers / Jay Fung.

Change your brain, change your grades : the secrets of successful students : science-based strategies to boost memory, strengthen focus, and study faster

October 1, 2019
Amen, Daniel G., author.
©2019
217 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
For underachievers, stressed-out studiers, and students from middle school to college and beyond, change your brain, change your grades, gives you the knowledge and tools you need to get the best out of yourself.

Leadership in higher education : practices that make a difference

September 26, 2019
Kouzes, James M., 1945- author.
Oakland, CA : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, [2019]
xiv, 183 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"Authors of the classic bestseller The Leadership Challenge (over 2.5 million copies sold) bring their expertise to higher education, offering five practices that can make anyone an exemplary leader. Drawing on the same vital research that formed the foundation of their classic bestseller The Leadership Challenge, Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner offer higher education professionals a set of leadership skills and practices that are available to everyone, not just a charismatic few. Kouzes and Posner identify Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership.

20 minute phonemic training for dyslexia, auditory processing, and spelling : a complete resource for speech pathologists, intervention specialists, and reading tutors

September 25, 2019
Dinsmore, Vickie.
Bloomington, IN : iUniverse Inc, 2017.
96 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"20 Minute Phonemic Training for Dyslexia, Auditory Processing and Spelling is an invaluable tool for the Speech language Pathologists or Intervention Specialists working with children demonstrating dyslexia, auditory processing disorders, or are simply experiencing difficulties acquiring reading and spelling skills in elementary schools. Tutors working with adults who have not learned to read and spell fluently may use 20 Minute Phonemic Training for tutoring lessons as well. The exercises are adaptable for any age"--Cover.

Teaching with love and logic : taking control of the classroom

September 20, 2019
Fay, Jim, author.
©2016
xi, 278 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Teaching can be a joy! -- Creating a love and logic classroom -- Gaining their admiration and respect -- There's no love or logic without sincere empathy -- Gaining control by sharing it -- Responding to extremely disruptive students -- Managing your class instead of it managing you -- Guiding kids to own and solve their problems -- Reaching your unmotivated students -- Success with challenging parents.
A teacher's guide for classroom management containing practical techniques for those who would like to spend more time teaching and less time disciplining students. An essential resource for every teacher searching for new ways to gain student cooperation and for more positive discipline techniques.

The years that matter most : how college makes or breaks us

September 18, 2019
Tough, Paul, author.
©2019
viii, 390 pages ; 24 cm
Wanting in. Decision day ; The mobility equation -- Getting in. Stress test ; Income-typical behavior ; Taylorsville -- Fixing the test. Reputation management ; Test prep ; Blessed -- Fitting in. The outsider ; Roots ; Pedigree ; Thanksgiving -- Letting in. The admissions-industrial complex ; Going test-optional ; Trinity's problem -- Staying in. The graduation gap ; Belonging ; An intrusive culture -- Hanging on. Who needs college? ; Lower ed -- Getting an A. Ancestors ; What is X? ; Workshop mode -- After the war. The GI Bill ; Playing for first.
Can a college education today provide real opportunity to young Americans seeking to improve their station in life? Tough reveals how the landscape of higher education has shifted in recent decades, and exposes the hidden truths of how the system works and whom it works for. He introduces readers to the people who really make higher education go, while taking them on a journey from Ivy League seminar rooms to community college welding shops, from giant public flagship universities to tiny experimental storefront colleges. -- adapted from jacket

Indebted : how families make college work at any cost

September 16, 2019
Zaloom, Caitlin, author.
©2019
ix, 267 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Taking readers into the homes of middle-class families to reveal the hidden consequences of student debt and the ways that financing college has transformed family life, the author describes the profound moral conflicts for parents take on enormous debts and gamble on an investment that might not pay off.

No safe spaces

September 16, 2019
Washington, DC : Regnery Publishing Inc., [2019]
ix, 262 pages ; 22 cm
Terrifying violence on college campuses across America. Students lashing out at any speaker brave enough to say something they disagree with. Precious snow flakes demanding "Safe Spaces" to protect them from any idea they haven't heard from their liberal professors. In this book and the accompanying movie, Dennis Prager, Mark Joseph, and Adam Carolla expose the attack on free speech and free thought. It began in the universities, but--fair warning--it's coming to your neighborhood and your workplace.

If I don't make it, I love you : survivors in the aftermath of school shootings

September 13, 2019
©2019
xviii, 494 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
"A harrowing collection of sixty narratives--covering over fifty years of shootings in America--written by those most directly affected by school shootings: the survivors. "If I Don't Make It, I Love You," a text sent from inside a war zone. A text meant for Stacy Crescitelli, whose 15-year-old daughter, Sarah, was hiding in a closet fearing for her life in Parkland, Florida, in February of 2018, while a gunman sprayed her school with bullets, killing her friends, teachers, and coaches. This scene has become too familiar. We see the images, the children with trauma on their faces leaving their school in ropes, connected to one another with hands on shoulders, shaking, crying, and screaming. We mourn the dead. We bury children. We demand change. But we are met with inaction. So, we move forward, sadder and more jaded. But what about those who cannot move on? These are their stories. If I Don't Make It, I Love You collects more than sixty narratives from school shooting survivors, family members, and community leaders covering fifty years of shootings in America, from the 1966 UT-Austin Tower shooting through May 2018's Santa Fe shooting. Through this collection, editors Amye Archer and Loren Kleinman offer a vital contribution to the surging national dialogue on gun reform by elevating the voices of those most directly affected by school shootings: the survivors."--provided by publisher.

Algebra : essential practice for advanced math topics.

September 11, 2019
Greensboro, N.C. : Carson-Dellosa, [2014]
128 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"Grades 7+"--Cover.
"CD-704385"--Cover.
Common core state standards alignment: Algebra -- Ratios and proportional relationships -- Expressions and equations: radicals and integer exponents -- Expressions and equations: fractional equations -- Expressions and equations: solving linear equations -- Expressions and equations: lines and linear equations -- Expression and equations: equation pairs and systems -- Functions -- Answer key.
Offers in-depth practice and review for challenging middle school math topics such as radicals and exponents; factoring; and solving and graphing equations. --Publishers description.

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