Books, Journals, Videos, Audiotapes

General | Communication | Computer Studies | Developmental Writing
General Ed. Outcomes | Engineering | Mathematics | MESA

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General

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Books

  1. Grubb, W. and Associates. (1999). Honored but invisible: An inside look at teaching in community colleges. New York: Routledge.
  2. Bender, T. (2003). Discussion-based online teaching to enhance student learning: Theory, practice, and assessment. Sterling, VA: Stylus.
  3. Bransford, J., Brown, A., & Cocking, R. (eds.). (1999). How people learn: Brain, mind, experience, and school. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Journals

  1. Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation (PARE)
    PARE Homepage
    PARE Submission Guidelines
  2. Community College Journal
    Community College Journal Homepage
    Community College Journal Submission Guidelines

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Communication

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Computer Studies

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Journals

  1. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education's AACE Journal
    AACE Journal Description and Guidelines for Submission
  2. The Journal of STEM Education
    Journal of STEM Education Homepage
    Journal of STEM Education Submission Guidelines
  3. National Science Teachers Association-Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching Call for Papers
  4. Journal of Information Technology Education (JITE)
    JITE Main Page
    JITE Submission Guidelines

Videos

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Developmental Writing

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Journals

  1. Teaching English in the 2-Year College
    TETYC Journal
    Article Submission Guidelines

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General Education Outcomes

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Engineering

Websites

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Books

  1. book

Journals

  1. The Journal of STEM Education
    Journal of STEM Education Homepage
    Journal of STEM Education Submission Guidelines
  2. The Journal of Engineering Technology (JET)
    JET Submission Guidelines
  3. Computers in Education Journal (CoED)
    CoED main page
    CoED Submission Guidelines
  4. National Science Teachers Association-Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching Call for Papers
  5. The Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice
    Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice Homepage
    Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice Submission Information

Videos

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Mathematics

Documents

  1. NRC. (2001). Adding it Up. National Research Council

    There has been a long standing debate between two camps in the mathematics education world. Should the focus of instruction be on procedural competency or conceptual understanding? The National Research Council brought together these two perspectives on math with a focus on elementary and secondary education. They produced a document entitled: Adding it Up. (NRC, 2001).

    The document defines what is meant by math proficiency. According to this document, mathematical proficiency has five interwoven strands: Although aimed at K-12 math educators can easily come up with examples in the algebra or advanced areas of math.

Tutorials

  1. Carnegie Learning, Inc. (2004). The Cognitive Tutor.

    A well developed algebra tutorial and instructional system is available from Carnegie Learning. It is called The Cognitive Tutor. A Spanish version of the system also exists. See www.carnegielearning.com. The Cognitive Tutor Algebra I curriculum is based on 20 years of research at Carnegie Mellon University into the strategies students use to solve algebra problems.

    The Algebra I topics are:

Websites

  1. www.carnegielearning.com

Books

  1. National Research Council. (2001). Adding it up: Helping children learn mathematics. J.Kilpatrick, J. Swafford, and B.Findell (Eds.). Mathematics Learning Study Committee, Center for Education, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Journals

  1. The Journal of STEM Education
    Journal of STEM Education Homepage
    Journal of STEM Education Submission Guidelines
  2. National Science Teachers Association-Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching Call for Papers
  3. American Mathematical Society (AMS) Journals
    Author Submission Information for AMS Journals
  4. California Mathematics Council Journal-ComMuniCator
    ComMuniCator Call for Articles

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MESA

Websites

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Books

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Journals

  1. National Science Teachers Association-Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching
    Journal of College Science Teaching Call for Papers

Books

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  1. video

Audiotapes

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