New Arrivals · Education

September 18, 2018
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

A new U : faster + cheaper alternatives to college

September 17, 2018
Craig, Ryan, 1972- author.
Dallas, TX : BenBella Books, Inc., [2018]
xx, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

Improved geographical cards.

September 17, 2018
©1883
200 cards ; in container, 12 x 15 x 5 cm.
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection is a study card set that features geographical facts about cities, countries, and continents from the late 19th century. Cards are contained in their original box.

Improved historical cards.

September 17, 2018
©1884
200 cards ; in container 12 x 15 x 5 cm.
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection is a study card set that features historical, geographical and presidential facts about the United States from the late 19th century. Cards are contained in their original box.

After the education wars : how smart schools upend the business of reform

September 13, 2018
Gabor, Andrea, author.
©2018
373 pages ; 24 cm
Introduction : The quiet revolution -- Big dreams, small schools : how entrepreneurial rebels built a movement in New York City -- Testing power : when is disruption just . . . disruptive? -- State of reform : the not-so-quiet revolution in Massachusetts -- No lone stars : how trust and collaboration in one Texas school district have created lasting reform -- The hurricane and the charters : new schools unearth old ways in New Orleans -- Conclusion : A civic action: how schools -- and society -- benefit from real democracy.
"In an entirely fresh take on school reform, business journalist and bestselling author Andrea Gabor argues that Bill Gates, Eli Broad, and other leaders of the prevailing education-reform movement have borrowed all the wrong lessons from the business world. After the Education Wars explains how the market-based measures and carrot-and-stick incentives informing today's reforms are out of sync with the nurturing culture that good schools foster and--contrary to popular belief--at odds with the best practices of thriving twenty-first-century companies as well." -- Amazon.

Onward : cultivating emotional resilience in educators

August 21, 2018
Aguilar, Elena, 1969- author.
San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, [2018]
x, 372 pages ; 24 cm
Habits and dispositions of emotionally resilient educators -- A calendar of learning -- The resilience manifesto -- Know yourself : June -- Understand emotions : July -- Tell empowering stories : August -- Build community : September -- Be here now : October -- Take care of yourself : November -- Focus on the bright spots : December -- Cultivate compassion : January -- Be a learner : February -- Play and create : March -- Ride the waves of change : April -- Celebrate and appreciate : May -- Conclusion : onward to freedom.
"Onward tackles the problem of educator stress, and provides a practical framework for taking the burnout out of teaching. Stress is part of the job, but when 70 percent of teachers quit within their first five years because the stress is making them physically and mentally ill, things have gone too far. Unsurprisingly, these effects are highest in difficult-to-fill positions such as math, science, and foreign languages, and in urban areas and secondary classrooms—places where we need our teachers to be especially motivated and engaged. This book offers a path to resiliency to help teachers weather the storms and bounce back—and work toward banishing the rain for good. This actionable framework gives you concrete steps toward rediscovering yourself, your energy, and your passion for teaching. You’ll learn how a simple shift in mindset can affect your outlook, and how taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally is one of the most important things you can do. The companion workbook helps you put the framework into action, streamlining your way toward renewal and strength. Cultivate resilience with a four-part framework based on 12 key habits Uncover your true self, understand emotions, and use your energy where it counts Adopt a mindful, story-telling approach to communication and community building Keep learning, playing, and creating to create an environment of collective celebration By cultivating resilience in schools, we help ensure that we are working in, teaching in, and leading organizations where every child thrives, and where the potential of every child is recognized and nurtured. Onward provides a step-by-step plan for reigniting that spark."

Peterson's 4 year colleges.

August 20, 2018
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.

Peterson's how to get money for college.

August 20, 2018
Lawrenceville, NJ : Peterson's, c2009-
v. ; 28 cm.
"Financing your future beyond federal aid."

Peterson's 2 year colleges.

August 17, 2018
Princeton, N.J. : Peterson's,
v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.

Storymaking : the maker movement approach to literacy for early learners

August 16, 2018
Compton, Michelle Kay, author.
St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, 2018.
xiv, 159 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
What is storymaking? -- An environment made for storymaking -- Creating a storymaking culture through inquiry -- How to get started -- Investigating ways to grow in storymaking -- Finding ways for children to communicate their learning -- The role of documentation.

Mindful arts in the classroom : stories and creative activities for social and emotional learning activities for children : a curriculum

August 13, 2018
Nance, Andrew, author.
Berkeley, California : Parallax Press, 2018.
262 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
"Written for teachers who want to bring mindfulness, social and emotional learning (SEL), and the arts into the classroom through storytelling and fun games, this book offers a complete course that helps young children identify and talk about their feelings and self-regulate their behavior with easy mindfulness practices" -- Provided by publisher.

The power of branding : telling your school's story

August 9, 2018
Sinanis, Tony, author.
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a Sage Company, [2015]
x, 57 pages ; 22 cm.
Preface / Peter M. Dewitt -- About the Authors -- Introduction -- 1. The importance of Telling Your Story -- 2. Your Heart = Your Story -- 3. Building Your Brand and Preparing to Tell Your Story -- 4. Using Social Media to Tell Your Story -- 5. Giving Voice to All Stakeholders in the Storytelling Experience -- 6. Does the Brand Promise Match the Brand Experience? -- 7. It's a Wrap -- References.
Turn a spotlight on what's great about your school! The Corwin Connected Educators series is your key to unlocking the greatest resource available to all educators: other educators. Using social media and web tools, you'll learn and collaborate with one another in new ways. These brief books feature strategies to use immediately, and the series website lets you connect with authors and access additional resources. This book uses concrete suggestions and examples to help you, Tell your school story, Share great events using blogs and more, Empower all stakeholders, including students, Teach digital citizenship, K-12, Being a Connected Educator is more than a set of actions: it's a belief in the potential of technology to fuel lifelong learning.

The university we need : reforming American higher education

August 9, 2018
Treadgold, Warren, 1949- author.
New York : Encounter Books, [2018]
x, 184 pages ; 24 cm

Teaching for Black lives

August 9, 2018
©2018.
382 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Black Students' Lives Matter : Building the school-to-justice pipeline / the editors of Rethinking Schools -- How One Elementary School Sparked a Citywide Movement to Make Black Students' Lives Matter / Wayne Au and Jesse Hagopian -- Student Athletes Kneel to Level the Playing Field / Jesse Hagopian -- Happening Yesterday, Happened Tomorrow : Teaching the ongoing murders of Black men / Renée Watson -- Space for Young Black Women : An interview with Candice Valenzuela / Jody Sokolower -- Trayvon Martin and My Students : Writing toward justice / Linda Christensen -- Two Sets of Notes / MK Asante -- Taking the Fight Against White Supremacy into Schools / Adam Sanchez -- A Vision for Black Lives : Policy demands for Black power, freedom, and justice / the Movement for Black Lives coalition -- The Color Line : How white elites sought to divide and conquer in the American colonies / Bill Bigelow -- Presidents and Slaves : Helping students find the truth / Bob Peterson -- When Black Lives Mattered : Why teach Reconstruction / Adam Sanchez -- Reconstructing the South : A role play / Bill Bigelow -- Medical Apartheid : Teaching the Tuskegee Syphilis Study / Gretchen Kraig-Turner -- Beyond Just a Cells Unit : What my science students learned from the story of Henrietta Lacks / Gretchen Kraig-Turner -- Teaching SNCC : The organization at the heart of the civil rights revolution / Adam Sanchez -- Claiming and Teaching the 1963 March on Washington / Bill Fletcher Jr. -- Reflections of a "Deseg Baby" / Linda Mizell -- What We Don't Learn About the Black Panther Party--but Should / Adam Sanchez and Jesse Hagopian -- COINTELPRO : Teaching the FBI's war on the Black freedom movement / Ursula Wolfe-Rocca -- Burned Out of Homes and History : Unearthing the silenced voices of the Tulsa Race Riot / Linda Christensen -- "The Most Gentrified City of the Century" / Becky HenkleBerry and Jeff Waters -- What Do You Mean When You Say Urban? Speaking honestly about race and students / Dyan Watson -- Vacancies to Fill : Considering desire in the past and future of Chicago's vacant schools / Eve L. Ewing -- Plotting Inequalities, Building Resistance / Bridget Brew, Crystal Proctor, and Adam Renner -- Bearing Witness Through Poetry / Renée Watson -- Shock-Doctrine Schooling in Haiti : Neoliberalism off the Richter scale / Jesse Hagopian -- Lead Poisoning : Bringing social justice to chemistry / Karen Zaccor -- Jailing Our Minds / Abbie Cohen -- Schools and the New Jim Crow : An interview with Michelle Alexander / Jody Sokolower -- Racial Justice Is Not a Choice : White supremacy, high-stakes testing, and the punishment of Black and Brown students / Wayne Au -- How K-12 Schools Push Out Black Girls : An interview with Monique W. Morris / Kate Stoltzfus -- Haniyah's Story / Haniyah Muhammad -- Teaching Haniyah / Jody Sokolower -- Teaching the Prison-Industrial Complex / Aparna Lakshmi -- Restorative Justice : What it is and is not / the editors of Rethinking Schools -- Baby Steps Toward Restorative Justice / Linea King -- A Talk to Teachers / James Baldwin -- Black Like Me / Renée Watson -- Dear White Teacher / Chrysanthius Lathan -- Black Boys in White Spaces : One mom's reflection / Dyan Watson -- "Raised by Women" : Celebrating our homes / Linda Christensen -- Ode to the Only Black Kid in the Class / Clint Smith -- #MeToo and The Color Purple / Linda Christensen -- Queering Black History and Getting Free / Dominique Hazzard -- Rethinking Islamophobia : Combating bigotry by raising the voices of Black Muslims / Alison Kysia -- Rethinking Identity : Afro-Mexican history / Michelle Nicola -- Brown Kids Can't Be in Our Club : Teaching 6-year-olds about skin color, race, culture, and respect / Rita Tenorio -- A Message from a Black Mom to Her Son / Dyan Watson -- Black Is Beautiful / Kara Hinderlie

Lean lesson planning : a practical approach to doing less and achieving more in the classroom

August 8, 2018
Mccrea, Peps, author.
©2015
114 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Cover title.

STEAM concepts for infants and toddlers

August 7, 2018
Baumgart, Nichole A., author.
St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, 2018.
xxi, 160 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Infants and toddlers : STEAM learning from the beginning of life -- Engaging in STEAM concepts : working with clay -- STEAM in routines and rituals -- Engaging in STEAM concepts with multipurpose materials -- STEAM in movement and music -- STEAM connections with light -- Establishing an environment for STEAM learning for infants and toddlers -- Tools, media, and materials -- Reflection and design : how does the environment function? -- What next? : STEAM in preschool.

How schools work : an inside account of failure and success from one of the nation's longest-serving secretaries of education

August 7, 2018
Duncan, Arne, author.
©2018
vii, 243 pages ; 22 cm
Includes index.
Lies, lies everywhere -- If we build it, they will come -- "The number is zero-point-two" -- The consortium -- "We need the carrot" -- One blue, one red -- Strange bedfellows -- Twenty-five pounds of apples and three pounds of cheese -- "We matter!" -- How schools work -- Appendix: What can you do?

CLEP : official study guide.

August 3, 2018
New York, NY : College Board,
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Vol. for 2002-2004 also includes the CLEP Sampler on computer disc.
"Prepared and produced by Educational Testing Service (ETS) which develops and administers the tests of the College-Level Examination Program for the College Board"--T.p. verso.

Peterson's scholarships, grants & prizes.

August 2, 2018
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."

The ultimate guide to America's best colleges.

August 2, 2018
Belmont, Calif. : SuperCollege, LLC.
v. ; 27 cm.
Includes detailed profiles on academics, student life, athletics, and offers student reviews, entrance strategies, and rankings of the one hundred best college values.

The best ... colleges.

July 31, 2018
New York, NY : Random House,
v. ; 26-27 cm.
Vol. for 2000 include 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) called: Apply!
Each vol. has a number in title: 2006-2007 covers 361 colleges; 2008- covers 366 colleges ; 2009 covers 368 colleges ; 2010 covers 371 colleges ; 2011 covers 373 colleges ; 2012 covers 376 colleges ; 2013 covers 377 colleges ; 2014 covers 378 colleges ; 2015-2016 cover 379 colleges ; 2017 covers 381 colleges ; 2018- cover 384 colleges.

The lost education of Horace Tate : uncovering the hidden heroes who fought for justice in schools

July 31, 2018
Walker, Vanessa Siddle, author.
©2018
viii, 468 pages ; 25 cm
Introduction: finding the hidden provocateurs -- Prologue: before the end -- In the shadow of his smile -- Now you see me, now you don't -- My dear Mr. Marshall -- The balm in gilead -- A simple scheme to do a "simple little" -- To help our people -- Fighting white folk -- Out of the public eye -- Seasons of opportunity -- Paying the cost -- Just trying to be a man -- Moving on up -- In this present crisis -- Shifting sands -- The ties that bind -- Paying the Cost-Again -- Walking the Ancient Paths -- Policing the South -- Justice Restructured in Dixie -- As freedom turns -- Not a two-way street -- We hold these truths -- Fighting back -- A charge to keep I have -- Justice betrayed -- A second-class integration it is -- Nobody but a fool -- Epilogue: the last word.
"In the epic tradition of Eyes on the Prize and with the cultural significance of John Lewis's March trilogy, an ambitious and harrowing account of the devoted black educators who battled Southern school segregation and inequality. For two years an aging Dr. Horace Tate—a former teacher, principal, and state senator—told Emory University professor Vanessa Siddle Walker about his clandestine travels on unpaved roads under the cover of night, meeting with other educators and with Dr. King, Georgia politicians, and even U.S. presidents. Sometimes he and Walker spoke by phone, sometimes in his office, sometimes in his home; always Tate shared fascinating stories of the times leading up to and following Brown v. Board of Education. Dramatically, on his deathbed, he asked Walker to return to his office in Atlanta, in a building that was once the headquarters of another kind of southern strategy, one driven by integrity and equality. Just days after Dr. Tate’s passing in 2002, Walker honored his wish. Up a dusty, rickety staircase, locked in a concealed attic, she found the collection: a massive archive documenting the underground actors and covert strategies behind the most significant era of the fight for educational justice. Thus began Walker’s sixteen-year project to uncover the network of educators behind countless battles—in courtrooms, schools, and communities—for the education of black children. Until now, the courageous story of how black Americans in the South won so much and subsequently fell so far has been incomplete. The Lost Education of Horace Tate is a monumental work that offers fresh insight into the southern struggle for human rights, revealing little-known accounts of leaders such as W.E.B. Du Bois and James Weldon Johnson, as well as hidden provocateurs like Horace Tate."-- Provided by publisher.

Number talks : whole number computation

July 31, 2018
Parrish, Sherry, author.
Sausalito, California : Math Solutions, [2014]
xlviii, 383 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Previously published as: Number talks : helping children build mental math and computation strategies, grades K-5.
"Includes video streaming."
How number talks support the Common Core state standards for mathematics -- Reference tables -- Understanding number talks. What is a classroom number talk? ; How do I prepare for number talks? -- Student thinking and number talks in the K-2 classroom. How do I develop specific strategies in the K-2 classroom? ; How do I design purposeful number talks in the K-2 classroom? -- Student thinking and number talks in the 3-5 classroom. How do I develop specific addition and subtraction strategies in the 3-5 classroom? ; How do I design purposeful addition and subtraction number talks in the 3-5 classroom? ; How do I develop specific multiplication and division strategies in the 3-5 classroom? ; How do I design purposeful multiplication and division number talks in the 3-5 classroom? -- The facilitator's guide. What does a number talk look like at my grade level?
This resource was created in response to teachers' requests who want to implement number talks but are unsure of how to begin and those with experience who want more guidance in crafting purposeful problems.

This noble woman : Myrtilla Miner and her fight to establish a school for African American girls in the slaveholding South

July 26, 2018
Greenburg, Michael M., author.
Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press Incorporated, [2018]
216 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Prologue: To preserve a memory -- A country girl -- Awakening -- Mississippi -- "The antislavery altar of my country" -- "I shall try it!" -- "National only in name" -- "The School for Colored Girls" -- Growing pains -- Exhilaration and exhaustion -- "William the Unlucky" -- "A perpetual and impassable barrier" -- This noble woman -- Epilogue: "You are that monument".
Myrtilla Miner, the daughter of poor white farmers in Madison County, New York, was fueled by an unyielding feminist conviction. On December 3, 1851, the fiery educator and abolitionist opened the School for Colored Girls-- the only school in Washington, DC, dedicated to training African American students to be teachers. Milner fended off numerous attacks, including stonings, arson, and physical threats. The school would gradually gain national fame and stimulate a nationwide debate on the education of black people. -- adapted from back cover of jacket

Count girls in : empowering girls to combine any interests with STEM to open up a world of opportunity

July 26, 2018
Panetta, Karen, author.
Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press, [2018]
viii, 264 pages ; 23 cm
"There is a place for all girls and young women--not just the science fair winners and robotics club members--in STEM classes and careers. To succeed in science and tech fields today, girls don't have to change who they are. A girl who combines her natural talents, interests, and dreams with STEM skills has a greater shot at a career she loves and a salary she deserves. The authors present compelling research in a conversational, accessible style and provide specific advice and takeaways for each stage of schooling from elementary school through college, followed by comprehensive STEM resources. This isn't a book about raising competitive, test-acing girls in lab coats; this is about raising happy, confident girls who realize the world of opportunities before them"-- Provided by publisher.

[Autograph book of Horace E. McClelland].

July 23, 2018
McClelland, Horace E., compiler.
Lebanon, Ohio ; [1886-1888]
105 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 9 x 14 cm
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection is bound in original leather with gold lettering embossed on cover and design embossed on spine.
An autograph book that belonged to Horace E. McClelland who attended the National Normal University in Lebanon, Ohio. The National Normal University was a teacher's college that operated from 1855-1907 before changing it's name to Lebanon University and closing in 1917. Contains the autographs of McClelland's classmates and instructors. Most autographs were signed between 1886-1888. On some pages small photographs of those who signed are affixed. Also contains an inscription about National Normal University by T.A. Langstroth affixed to the cover verso.

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