October new book list (links to articles too)

October 14, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Here is our latest and greatest new book list: October2015_Nopasswords

This month’s list includes among others – resources supporting STEM/Science. TDSB teachers must login to the catalogue to reserve books.

Davis, Beth. (2015).  Hands-on science and math: Fun, fascinating activities for young childrenLewisville, NC: Gryphon House.      372.35044 DAV

Harlen, W.  (2015).  Teaching science for understanding in elementary and middle schoolsPortsmouth, NH: Heinemann.      372.35044 HAR

Haysom, J.  (2013)Science fair warm-up : Learning the practice of scientists. Grades 7 – 10Arlington, VA: NSTA Press, National Science Teachers Association.     372.35044 HAY     

Haysom, J.  (2013)Science fair warm-up: Learning the practice of scientists. Teacher’s guideArlington, VA: NSTA Press, National Science Teachers Association.     507.12 HAY           

Haysom, J.  (2013).  Science fair warm-up:  Learning the practice of scientists.  Grades 8 – 12Arlington, VA: NSTA Press, National Science Teachers Association.     507.8 HAY             

Keeley, P.  (2015)Science formative assessment: 50 more strategies for linking assessment, instruction, and learningThousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.     507.1 KEE

Kneidel, S. S.  (2015)Creepy crawlies and the scientific method:  More than 100 hands-on science experiments for childrenGolden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing.     372.35044 KNE

Meyers, A.  (2015).  The STEM shift: A guide for school leadersThousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.     372.35044 MEY

Reinhartz, J.  (2015).  Growing language through science, K-5: Strategies that workThousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.     372.35044 REI

Smith, A. L.  (2015).  Awakening your STEM school: 44 ideas and actions for educatorsVirginia Beach, VA: Koehlerbooks.     372.35044 SMI

Stone-MacDonald, A.  (2015).  Engaging young engineers: Teaching problem solving skills through STEMBaltimore, MD: Brookes Pub.     372.35044 STO

Check it out!  Rowan

Entry filed under: Books.

Article: No More Math Wars (Education Canada, September 2015) Music Makes Us (Coalition for Music Education in Canada)

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