New Arrivals · Education

May 24, 2019
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Storytime and beyond : having fun with early literacy

May 23, 2019
Barco, Kathy, 1946- author.
©2018
xix, 141 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
All I really need to know I learned from ABC books -- Literacy doodads : not just letter magnets on the refrigerator anymore! -- Dynamic displays : minimum work, maximum impact -- Musical storytimes build literacy skills -- Themed storytimes and scripts -- Outreach storytimes.
"Join the world of balloons, pancakes, and musical instruments--just a few items that can help to improve early literacy in the library, in the classroom, and at home. Literacy builders covered range from music and instruments to magnetic letters, alphabet beads, and even food"-- Provided by publisher.

How children learn

May 16, 2019
Holt, John Caldwell, 1923-1985, author.
Boston, Massachusetts : Da Capo Press, an imprint of Perseus Books, LLC, a subsidiary of Hachette Book Group, Inc., [2017]
xvi, 303 pages ; 21 cm
Includes index.
"Published as a Merloyd Lawrence Book by Da Capo Press, an imprint of Perseus Books, LLC, a subsidiary of Hachette Book Group, Inc."--Title page verso.
Learning about children -- Games & experiments -- Talk -- Reading -- Sports -- Art, math, & other things -- Fantasy -- The mind at work -- Learning & love.
In this enduring classic, rich with deep, original insight into the nature of early learning, John Holt was the first to make clear that, for small children, "learning is as natural as breathing." In his delightful book he observes how children actually learn to talk, to read, to count, and to reason, and how, as adults, we can best encourage these natural abilities in our children.

How to college : what to know before you go (and when you're there)

May 15, 2019
Brenner, Andrea (Andrea Malkin), author.
New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2019.
viii, 294 pages ; 21 cm
An introduction for students -- We need to see other people : a letter to parents and families -- A guide to this guide -- Your identity : is reinventing yourself a real thing? -- Doubling (or tripling) down : sharing your living space -- Beyond icebreakers : getting to know your college peers -- What do you want from me? : academic standards -- Going pro : professionalism in college academics -- Get to the point : read and study with purpose -- There are no bad writers, only unpersuasive papers : college writing -- Know your network : academic support -- Eat, sleep, pray, play : wellness -- Health 101 : access to care in school -- You are your own safety net : staying secure in college -- Key players on campus : staff and administrators -- Not so scary after all : professors -- You're not a loan : paying for college -- Your life's transcript : financial literacy -- Turns out, there's a math requirement : understanding budgets -- The lay of the land : your campus -- After the activities fair : involvement and community responsibility -- Work it : career and internship resources -- Act locally : your new college town -- Do this. Now. Seriously -- Know and do before you go -- Make your smartphone smarter -- Boost your browser : bookmark these sites.
"The first practical guide of its kind that helps students transition smoothly from high school to college. The transition from high school--and home--to college can be stressful. Students and parents often arrive on campus unprepared for what college is really like. Academic standards and expectations are different from high school; families aren't present to serve as 'scaffolding' for students; and first-years have to do what they call 'adulting.' Nothing in the college admissions process prepares students for these new realities. As a result, first-year college students report higher stress, more mental health issues, and lower completion rates than in the past. In fact, up to one third of first-year college students will not return for their second year--and colleges are reporting an increase in underprepared first-year students. How to College is here to help. Professors Andrea Malkin Brenner and Lara Schwartz guide first-year students and their families through the transition process, during the summer after high school graduation and throughout the school year, preparing students to succeed and thrive as they transition and adapt to college. The book draws on the authors' experience teaching, writing curriculum, and designing programs for thousands of first-year college students over decades"-- Provided by publisher.

Projections of educational statistics to ...

May 14, 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)-<43rd ed. (2024) published: Lanham, Md. : Bernan Press.
Vols. <25th ed. (2006)-43rd ed. (2024)> include projections of statistics for elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education to the year <2006-2024>.

501 ways for adult students to pay for college.

May 14, 2019
Belmont, CA : SuperCollege
v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Vols. for <3rd ed. (2009)-7th ed. (2019)> by Gen and Kelly Tanabe.
"Going back to school without going broke"--Cover.
Presents ways that nontraditional students can pay for college, providing tips on such topics as contests, scholarships, military options, student tax breaks, and ways to maximize financial aid.

Cracking the SAT.

May 13, 2019
New York : Random House,
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Vols. for 2003-2016 by Adam Robinson and John Katzman; 2017-<2020> by the staff of the Princeton Review.
At head of title: The Princeton Review.

Doing honest work in college : how to prepare citations, avoid plagiarism, and achieve real academic success

May 13, 2019
Lipson, Charles, author.
©2018
241 pages ; 23 cm
Academic honesty. The three principles of academic honesty -- Academic honesty from your first class to your final exam -- Taking good notes -- Plagiarism and academic honesty -- Citations: a quick guide. The basics of citation -- Chicago (or Turabian) citations -- MLA citations for the humanities -- APA citations for the social sciences, education, engineering, and business -- CSE citations for the biological sciences -- AMA citations for the biomedical sciences, medicine, nursing, and dentistry -- ACS citations for chemistry -- Physics, astrophysics, and astronomy citations -- Mathematics and computer science citations -- FAQs about all reference styles.
"Doing Honest Work in College" explains the fundamentals of academic integrity in a clear, straightforward way and shows students how to apply them in all academic situations. It stands on three principles: do the work you say you do, give others credit, and present your research fairly. The guide starts out by clearly defining plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty and gives students th tools they need to avoid these pitfalls. It then outlines the most-used citation styles, including Chicago, MLA, and APA, and explains how to use them properly in papers and assignments. This edition addresses such issues as the acceptable use of mobile devices on tests, the citation styles for sources such as podcasts or social media posts, and the pros and cons of citation management software. -- From publisher's description.

1001 ways to pay for college.

May 9, 2019
Belmont, Calif. : SuperCollege, LLC, 2003-
v : ill. ; 23 cm.
Vols. for <2007-2019> by Gen and Kelly Tanabe.
"Practical strategies to make any college affordable for high school, college, graduate and adult students."--Cover (varies).

The adjunct underclass : how America's colleges betrayed their faculty, their students, and their mission

May 6, 2019
Childress, Herb, 1958- author.
©2019
x, 213 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Preface: This is how you kill a profession -- What the brochures don't tell you -- The permanent and the contingent -- Bronze, silver, gold, or platinum -- Building the contingent workforce -- If we don't pay teachers, why is my tuition so high? -- The comforts of those inside the castle -- Hapless bystanders -- What to do? -- Aftermath: life in exile.

Mindful classrooms : daily 5-minute practices to support social-emotional learning (PreK to grade 5)

May 3, 2019
Butler, James, author.
Minneapolis, MN : Free Spirit Publishing, [2019]
182 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
"Teaching students how to focus and self-regulate at a young age can provide them with skills that will help throughout their schooling and adult lives. This interactive, research-based curriculum helps preschool and primary teachers integrate simple, ready-to-use stretching, breathing, and reflective exercises and other mindfulness practices into their daily routines"-- Provided by publisher.

The essential 55 : an award-winning educator's rules for discovering the successful student in every child

April 24, 2019
Clark, Ron, 1971- author.
New York : Hachette Books, 2019.
xxi, 184 pages ; 21 cm
Previous edition: New York: Hyperion, 2003.
When Ron Clark walked into his fifth-grade class in rural North Carolina, he was confronted with disinterested children in desperate need of structure and compassion. Brainstorming how best to reignite their love of learning, Ron created 55 lessons. Soon his fifth graders were reading at a sixth-grade level, engaging in class, and loving school. What's more, they were gaining something crucial: self-respect. These lessons evolved into The Essential 55 - guidelines for students on how to live and interact with others. Ron lit a fire under parents and teachers around the world to raise their standards and expect the most from their students. The Essential 55 features a new foreword from Ron and a fresh take on his classic rules. Ron's 55 ideas show that with determination, discipline, and regular rewards, the children you stick by will be the children you eventually admire.

Education professionals : a practical career guide

April 23, 2019
Endsley, Kezia, 1968- author.
Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]
xiv, 101 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Why choose a career in the education field? -- Forming a career plan -- Pursuing the education path -- Writing your resume and interviewing.
"Education Professionals includes interviews with education professionals in the field, covers three main areas of this field that have proven to be stable, lucrative, and growing professions. - Early Childhood Education - Primary Education - Secondary Education"-- Provided by publisher.

How do you smoke a weed?

April 19, 2019
Visel, Lin, author.
[Chicago, IL] : Iron Circus Comics, 2019.
88 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 21 cm

Lies my teacher told me : everything American history textbooks get wrong

April 19, 2019
Loewen, James W., author.
New York : The New Press, [2019]
xviii, 282 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Introduction : Why I wrote this book -- and other questions answered -- The problem with making heroes -- What did Columbus really do? -- The truth about the first Thanksgiving -- Through red eyes -- Invisible racism -- John Brown, Abraham Lincoln, and invisible idealism -- The land of opportunity -- Keeping an eye on the government -- Seeing no evil in Vietnam -- The disappearance of the recent past -- History and the future -- Does this way of teaching history work? -- Afterword : The future lies ahead -- and what to do about them.

The fluent reader : oral & silent reading strategies for building fluency, word recognition & comprehension

April 18, 2019
Rasinski, Timothy V.
New York, NY : Scholastic, ©2010.
224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm + 1 DVD-ROM (sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.)
DVD-ROM contains video clips, ready-to-print pages, and podcasts.
Overview of oral reading and reading fluency -- Read aloud -- Assisted reading -- Repeated reading -- Performance reading -- Creating synergy -- Oral reading within, and across, the school curriculum -- Assessing world recognition and fluency through oral reading.
The first edition of The Fluent Reader was groundbreaking, quickly moving fluency onto the center stage of reading instruction. In this fully revised and updated second edition, Tim Rasinski presents the latest fluency research and shares effective fluency practices that are easy to integrate into a balanced reading programs. --Book Jacket.

School shootings and the Never Again Movement

April 18, 2019
Hillstrom, Laurie Collier, 1965- author.
Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, [2019]
viii, 161 pages ; 24 cm.
Chapter 4: Profiles. Mark Barden (1965?-) -- Michael Bloomberg (1942-) -- Jaclyn Corin (2000-) -- Gabby Giffords (1970-) -- Emma Gonzalez (1999-) -- Nicole Hockley (1970?-) -- David Hogg (2000-) -- Cameron Kasky (2000-) -- Wayne LaPierre (1949-) -- Dana Loesch (1978-) -- Shannon Watts (1971-).
This volume provides a concise but authoritative overview of the Never Again Movement, which arose in the aftermath of a mass shooting that killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida, in February 2018. -- From product description.

Creating strong kids through writing: 30-minute lessons that build empathy, self-awareness, and social-emotional understanding

April 17, 2019
Delisle, Deborah S., author.
©2019
141 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"Grades 4-8"--Cover.
Lessons for the beginning of the year. Getting to know the students from the inside out -- Who knew? -- Visual enigmas -- That's just like me! -- The pyramid of personal qualities -- Quotes from the ages, quotes from the sages ; Lessons for any time of year. Six words can make a difference -- A case of vowel play -- The ABC's of life -- Nonfiction -- Fascinating fibonacci -- The lingo of language -- Tabula rasa -- Two sides of the same coin -- Science fact and fiction ; Lessons for the end of year. The book of really big questions -- The last time -- Just a little bit of awesome -- If we were in charge of the world -- It gives me.
A perfect resource for teachers seeking quick, ready-to-use writing lessons that encourage social and emotional growth, personal development, introspection, and innovative thinking in students.

Guided math workstations. Grades 3-5

April 17, 2019
Boucher, Donna, author.
©2018
136 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"51729--Guided Math Workstations"--Page footer.
This invaluable professional resource instructs teachers on how to successfully implement Guided Math Workstations into grades 3-5 classrooms. With detailed instructions that are easily adopted into today's classrooms, this book contains everything teachers need to set up, plan, and manage workstations. Guided Math Workstations allow teachers to address their students' varied learning needs within a carefully planned numeracy-rich environment where students are challenged to not just do math, but to become mathematicians.

Gropius : the man who built the Bauhaus

April 16, 2019
MacCarthy, Fiona, author.
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019.
viii, 547 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
"First published in 2018 by Faber & Faber Limited Bloomsbury House United Kingdom."
Preface: The silver prince -- First life: Germany -- Berlin 1883-1907 -- Spain 1907-1908 -- Berlin 1908-1910 -- Vienna and Alma Mahler 1910-1913 -- Gropius at war 1914-1918 -- Bauhaus: Weimar and Lily Hildebrandt 1919-1920 -- Bauhaus: Weimar and Maria Benemann 1920-1922 -- Bauhaus: Weimar and Ise Gropius 1923-1925 -- Bauhaus: Dessau 1925-1926 -- Bauhaus: Dessau 1927-1928 -- America 1928 -- Berlin 1928-1932 -- Berlin 1933-1934 -- Second life: London, Berlin, Rome 1934 -- London 1934 -- London 1935 -- London 1935-1936 -- London 1936-1937 -- Third life: America -- Harvard 1937-1939 -- Harvard and the Second World War 1940-1944 -- Return to Berlin 1945-1947 -- Harvard and TAC 1948-1952 -- Wandering star: Japan, Paris, London, Baghdad, Berlin 1953-1959 -- New England 1960-1969 -- Afterword: Reverberations.
The impact of Walter Gropius can be measured in his buildings--Fagus Factory, Bauhaus Dessau, Pan Am--but no less in his students. I. M. Pei, Paul Rudolph, Anni Albers, Philip Johnson, Fumihiko Maki: countless masters were once disciples at the Bauhaus in Berlin and at Harvard. Between 1910 and 1930, Gropius was at the center of European modernism and avant-garde society glamor, only to be exiled to the antimodernist United Kingdom during the Nazi years. Later, under the democratizing influence of American universities, Gropius became an advocate of public art and cemented a starring role in twentieth-century architecture and design. Fiona MacCarthy challenges the image of Gropius as a doctrinaire architectural rationalist, bringing out the visionary philosophy and courage that carried him through a politically hostile age. Pilloried by Tom Wolfe as inventor of the monolithic high-rise, Gropius is better remembered as inventor of a form of art education that influenced schools worldwide. He viewed argument as intrinsic to creativity. Unusually for one in his position, Gropius encouraged women's artistic endeavors and sought equal romantic partners. Though a traveler in elite circles, he objected to the cloistering of beauty as "a special privilege for the aesthetically initiated." Gropius offers a poignant and personal story--and a fascinating reexamination of the urges that drove European and American modernism.-- Provided by publisher.

Teach for attention! : a tool belt of strategies for engaging students with attention challenges

April 16, 2019
Werb, Ezra, author.
Minneapolis, MN : Free Spirit Publishing Inc., [2019]
198 pages ; 19 cm
Introduction: set the stage to get engaged -- Get interest rates up: how to incorporate students' personal interests -- Play the confidence game: how to raise self-esteem and reduce anxiety -- Let out the fizz: how to include effective fidgeting and movement in the -- Classroom -- Send them in the write direction: how to promote writing production -- Make a long story feel short: how to engage students in the reading -- Process -- Teach in high-definition: how to make things clear visually -- Adjust their mirror: how to encourage self-awareness and self-management.
"Book for educators about teaching students with ADHD and other attention challenges. Includes teaching strategies for students with ADHD, low self-confidence, distraction, and other attention challenges. Dozens of true classroom stories that show the strategies in action. Helps teachers make simple fixes without changing their approach or revamping their curriculum"-- Provided by publisher.

Master the Catholic high school entrance examinations.

April 15, 2019
Foster City, CA : IDG Books Worldwide,
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Imprint varies: <2011-2016/17> Lawrenceville, N.J. : Peterson's ; <2018-2020> Albany, New York : Peterson's.
"Everything you need to boost your score; 8 full-length practice tests for the HSPT, COOP, TACHS, SSAT, and ISEE; complete review of math, verbal and quantitative reasoning topics"--Cover, 2012.

English for everyone. English idioms

April 15, 2019
Booth, Thomas, author.
New York, New York : DK Publishing, 2019.
256 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes index.
Free audio website and app: www.dkefe.com
Describing people and things -- Attitude -- Situations and circumstances -- Communication -- Everyday life -- Work and achievements -- Expressions.
"Presents more than 1,000 idioms and expressions in context, with clear, simple definitions and attractive illustrations. Work through the tightly focused practice exercises and listen to the free audio to commit the English phrases to memory and make your English more fluent and natural."--Back cover.

Guided math workstations. Grades 6-8

April 12, 2019
Boucher, Donna, author.
©2018
144 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"51730--Guided Math Workstations"--Page footer.
This invaluable professional resource instructs teachers on how to successfully implement Guided Math Workstations into grades 6-8 classrooms. With detailed instructions that are easily adopted into today's classrooms, this book contains everything teachers need to set up, plan, and manage workstations. Guided Math Workstations allow teachers to address their students' varied learning needs within a carefully planned numeracy-rich environment where students are challenged to not just do math, but to become mathematicians.

Teen guide to student activism

April 4, 2019
Kallen, Stuart A., 1955- author.
San Diego, CA : ReferencePoint Press, [2018]
80 pages : illustrations (chiefly illustrations) ; 25 cm
Students make a difference -- Turning tragedy into action -- Taking action -- Know your rights -- The public response -- Learning from the past -- .
"The student-led March For Our Lives movement, formed in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, captured widespread attention in 2018. The raw emotion and eloquence of these student activists have made a strong impression on the nation and the world. Many other students in cities and towns all across the country have taken on other causes. Whether their efforts are local or global, whether they generate headlines or not--all of these student activists seek to create a better world for themselves and others. Teen Guide to Student Activism features stories about teens who are making a difference and shows other teens how they can do the same. The book discusses organizing, reaching out, and student rights. It also features insights from student activists about the challenges of balancing school and activism and the many lessons learned from their own activities and from earlier activists. The book includes many fully documented quotes from teens as well as an annotated list of Resources for Student Activists." --Amazon.com.

American priest : the ambitious life and conflicted legacy of Notre Dame's Father Ted Hesburgh

April 3, 2019
Miscamble, Wilson D., 1953- author.
[New York, New York] : Image, [2019]
xx, 442 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Preparation of a priest-President -- Ambitious President 1952-1958 -- Father Hesburgh and the pursuit of excellence 1958-1966 -- Changes, challenges and turmoil 1967-1977 -- Building a distinctive legacy 1978-1987 -- Old and new: Dwight Eisenhower, Pius XII, John XXIII, and John F. Kennedy -- The height of influence: Paul VI, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford -- From insider to outsider [of sorts]: Jimmy Carter, John Paul II, and Ronald Reagan -- A restive retirement.
"A provocative new biography probes deeply into the storied life of Father Ted Hesburgh, the well-loved but often controversial president of Notre Dame University. Considered for many decades to be the most influential priest in America, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, played what many consider pivotal roles in higher education, the Catholic Church, and national and international affairs. American Priest examines his life and his many and varied engagements--from the university he led for thirty-five years to his associations with the Vatican and the White House--and evaluates the extent and importance of his legacy. Author and Notre Dame priest-professor Wilson D. Miscamble tracks how Hesburgh transformed Catholic higher education in the postwar era and explores how he became a much-celebrated voice in America at large. Yet, beyond the hagiography that often surrounds Hesburgh's legacy lies another more complex and challenging story. What exactly were his contributions to higher learning; what was his involvement in the civil rights movement; and what was the nature of his role as advisor to popes and presidents? Understanding Hesburgh's life and work illuminates the journey that the Catholic Church traversed over the second half of the twentieth century. Exploring and evaluating Hesburgh's importance, then, contributes not only to the colorful history of Notre Dame but also to comprehending the American Catholic experience"-- Provided by publisher.

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