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Author
Kaylene Stevens (Wheelock)
Christopher C. Martell
Series Editor
Wayne Journell

Teaching History for Justice: Centering Activism in Students’ Study of the Past

December 25, 2020 Teachers College Press 978-0807764756

“Martell and Stevens offer an original and compelling framework for teaching history for social justice in the United States. Drawing on theories and practices of social activism, the authors argue that a critical approach to history education informed by social activism can enable students to understand how past social movements have led to greater justice in the present, and how a critical activist orientation can empower students in the present to promote social justice today and in the future. By including multiple examples of history teachers in diverse settings and at different grade levels who have enacted activist-oriented approaches, the book is among the most important and relevant resources for teaching and learning history during politically contentious times.” ―Terrie Epstein, chair and professor of education, Hunter College, City University of New York

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Author
Catherine Ritz (Wheelock)

Leading Your World Language Program

October 15, 2020 Routledge 978-0367469344
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Author
Stephanie Curenton (Wheelock)
Iheoma Iruka
Tonia Durden

Don’t Look Away: Embracing Anti-Bias Classrooms

April 1, 2020 Gryphon House 978-0876598436
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Editor
Kathleen H. Corriveau (Wheelock)
Lucas Payne Butler
Samuel Ronfard

The Questioning Child: Insights from Psychology and Education

February 27, 2020 Cambridge University Press 978-1108428910
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Author
Zachary Rossetti (Wheelock)
Janet Story Sauer

Affirming Disability: Strengths-Based Portraits of Culturally Diverse Families

December 16, 2019 Teachers College Press 978-0807763292

“Using an accessible style and an innovative format, the authors present six engaging portraits of what life is like for culturally and linguistically diverse families when one or more of the children has a disability. The book will be valuable to students, teachers, and family members―really anyone who has an interest in how disability intersects with race, class, and gender within a multicultural context.” ― Philip Ferguson, professor emeritus of education, Chapman University

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Author
Ariel Tichnor-Wagner (Wheelock), Hillary Parkhouse, Jocelyn Glazier, J. Montana Cain

Becoming a Globally Competent Teacher

July 24, 2019 ACSD 978-1416627517
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Author
Eli Tucker-Raymond (Wheelock)

STEM Literacies in Makerspaces: Implications for Learning, Teaching, and Research

March 5, 2019 Routledge 978-0815367741

"This book offers powerful resources for researchers and practitioners about the opportunities for robust learning that entails multiple literacies, critical problem solving, and identity development connected to the integration of science, technology and mathematics learning... It is a timely publication with the exponential growth of makerspaces within formal and informal institutional settings. It is especially innovative in articulating expansive literacies that are not only required for impactful STEM learning, but equally important for critical problem solving across domains and across the life cycle. It will prove to be a consequential resource for this growing movement." – Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University

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Author
Marla Zucker (Wheelock), Elizabeth Hopper, Frances Grossman, Joseph Spinazzola

Treating Adult Survivors of Childhood Emotional Abuse and Neglect: Component-Based Psychotherapy

November 30, 2018 The Guilford Press 978-1462537297

“This book offers a very fine overview of the process of individual therapy with survivors of trauma—although, truth be told, many of its insights apply to therapy with virtually all clients. It will be especially useful for early-career therapists who may not yet fully realize the complexity and importance of their relationship with the client. A major strength of this book is its ongoing exploration of the impact of various aspects of trauma (such as dysregulation) on the therapist and the therapist’s responses.” — Pamela C. Alexander, PhD, private practice, South Natick, Massachusetts

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Author
Donald DeRosa (Wheelock)
Joseph Abruscato

Teaching Children Science: A Discovery Approach, 9th edition

March 18, 2018 Pearson 978-0134742878
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Author
Sonja Ardoin (CAS, Wheelock)

College Aspirations and Access in Working-Class Rural Communities: The Mixed Signals, Challenges, and New Language First-Generation Students Encounter

December 15, 2017 Lexington Books 978-1498536868

“Ardoin provides an in-depth view of the current state of secondary school systems in rural communities, including especially alarming information on how this system affects the students themselves and places strain on rural high school guidance counselors. Rurality and geographic location as identifiers of underserved students are not yet common among academic literature, yet as shown, they greatly affect the ability and aspirations towards higher education of rural students. Rural students nationally will greatly benefit if readers implement the advice proposed in this book.” Karen M. Ganss, Southern Utah University

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Editor
Christopher C. Martell (Wheelock)

Social Studies Teacher Education: Critical Issues and Current Perspectives

October 1, 2017 Information Age Publishing 978-1641130462
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Author
Christina L. Dobbs (Wheelock)
Jacy Ippolito
Megin Charner-Laird

Investigating Disciplinary Literacy: A Framework for Collaborative Professional Learning

August 15, 2017 Harvard Education Press 978-1682530689

“The promise of disciplinary literacy has been unrealized in large part because of systematic implementation issues. This book provides a solution. The authors articulate an approach that will ensure that teachers are supported to engage students in disciplinary thinking. Their recommendations are based on solid research and practical experience and have the potential to transform the learning experiences for adolescents and young adults.” — Douglas Fisher, chair, Department of Educational Leadership, San Diego State University

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Author
Stephanie M. Curenton (Wheelock)
Editor
Stephanie Curenton (Wheelock)
Tonia R. Durden
Iheoma U. Iruka

African American Children in Early Childhood Education: Making the Case for Policy Investments in Families, Schools, and Communities

May 31, 2017 Emerald Publishing Limited 978-1787142596
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Author
Evelyn Ford-Connors (Wheelock)
Dana A. Roberston
Susan Dougherty

Engaging Readers: Supporting All Students in Knowledge-Driven Reading, Grades 4-8

March 17, 2017 Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 978-1475823301

“Lots of authors insist that students need scaffolds to read complex text, but Robertson, Ford-Connors and Dougherty go much further showing us how to identify specific scaffolds and then how to provide instruction that supports students toward independence as learners. Their detailed classroom scenarios made me feel like I was having team teaching experiences. This text offers instructional ideas that promote learning for new and novice teachers and more experienced teachers alike, and it should be a must read in teacher education classes and for in-service teachers.” — Diane Lapp, EdD, Distinguished Professor of Education, San Diego State University and Director of Learning, Health Sciences Middle School, San Diego, CA

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Editor
V. Scott Solberg (Wheelock)
Saba Rasheed Ali

The Handbook of Career and Workforce Development: Research, Practice, and Policy

February 23, 2017 Routledge 978-1138886551

“The competitiveness of today’s business community will increasingly depend on talent. In this handbook, Scott Solberg and Saba Ali have brought together a rich and insightful group of authors to explore the history of career development and how best to support the career aspirations and goals of youth and adults moving forward. This handbook is an important step forward in our national dialogue about how to improve career development and related services for our future workforce.” — Jason A. Tyszko, executive director, Center for Education and Workforce, US Chamber of Commerce Foundation

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Author
Stephanie M. Curenton (Wheelock)

Conversation Compass: A Teacher’s Guide to High-Quality Language Learning in Young Children

December 15, 2015 Redleaf Press 978-1605543840

"Dr. Curenton's new book, Conversation Compass: A Teachers Guide to High Quality Language Learning in Young Children, provides the early childhood field with a practical resource to embed evidence-based practices that foster language development in all young children. The teaching strategies discussed are based on research that indicates the "serve and return" or back and forth between adults and children fosters healthy development and impacts brain development from birth. Dr. Curenton promotes the concept of “conversation partners”. She provides teachers with activities and resources to encourage richer conversations between peers and authentic opportunities to develop language in the preschool setting. Her discussion of the specific strategies to support African American children and linguistic diversity is particularly rich and addresses a significant gap in our education of teachers so that all children's backgrounds, cultures and ways of learning are honored and respected. I highly recommend Conversation Compass as a “must read resource” for all teachers and teacher educators!" ―Dr. Lori Connors-Tadros, National Institute for Early Education Research, Rutgers University and the Director of the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes

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Editor
Amie Grills (Wheelock)
Melissa Holt (Wheelock)

Critical Issues in School Mental Health: Evidence-based Research, Practice, and Interventions

December 4, 2015 Routledge 978-1138025011

“In Critical Issues in School-Based Mental Health, Holt and Grills have assembled a cast of leading authors to discuss a wide array of mental health concerns affecting students. Chapters are comprehensive and clearly written, and expertly detail the available knowledge about the nature of the problem area and associated interventions. This text is a must-have for any provider who works with children, and has broad relevance for school-based practitioners across multiple disciplines.” — Eric A. Storch, PhD, All Children’s Hospital Guild Endowed Chair & Professor, University of South Florida, USA

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Author
Stephanie Curenton (Wheelock)
Iheoma Iruka
Winnie Eke

The CRAF-E4 Family Engagement Model: Building Practitioners’ Competence to Work with Diverse Families

May 20, 2014 Academic Press 978-0124104150
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Author
Sonja Ardoin (Wheelock)

The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career

March 20, 2014 Stylus Publishing 978-1579229573

“From the point of view of someone in his first year in Student Affairs, Sonja’s book provides honest guidance about what it means to be a new professional. Sonja presents theory and practical insight on how you can create and take advantages of opportunities that will enhance your career, and addresses many of the challenging experiences you will face when starting out. Reading this manuscript while I transitioned into a full-time position was extremely fortuitous.” — Thomas Harwell, Resident Director at Boston College

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Author
Marcia Edson (Wheelock)

Starting with Science: Strategies for Introducing Young Children to Inquiry

June 1, 2013 Stenhouse Publishers 1571108076
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Author
Charles Glenn (Wheelock)
Jan De Groof

Balancing, Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Education (4 Volumes)

November 1, 2012 Wolf Legal Publishers 9789058509055, 9789058509086, 9789058509116, 9789058507761
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Author
Scott Seider (Wheelock)

Character Compass: How Powerful School Culture Can Point Students Toward Success

October 23, 2012 Harvard Education Press 1612504868

“Scott Seider, a rising star in the field of education, has crafted an eloquent presentation of the lessons learned from three case studies of character education. Rather than present yet another implementation model, Character Compass highlights the importance of process, context, diversity, and commitment to a vision. This is a unique, intelligent, articulate, and valuable addition to the body of knowledge informing best and comprehensive practices.” — Marvin W. Berkowitz, Sanford N. McDonnell Professor of Character Education, University of Missouri St. Louis

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Author
Amie Grills-Taquechel (Wheelock)
Thomas Ollendick

Phobic and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents

August 31, 2012 Hogrefe Publishing 0889373396

“This informative book describes the various ways that anxiety can be detrimental and interfering for children and adolescents, and explores the course of anxiety development, methods for its assessment, and considerations in its treatment. The writing is concise and up-to-date, and guided by evidence-based clinical practice. No hocus pocus, just well-informed guidance.” — Philip C. Kendall, PhD, ABPP, Distinguished University Professor and Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Department of Psychology, Temple University

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Author
Scott Seider (Wheelock)
Dan W. Butin

The Engaged Campus: Certificates, Minors, and Majors as the New Community Engagement

August 7, 2012 Palgrave Macmillan 023033881X
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Author
Charles Glenn (Wheelock)

American Model of State and School: An Historical Inquiry

April 26, 2012 Continuum 1441188428
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Author
Charles Glenn (Wheelock)

American Indian/First Nations Schooling: From the Colonial Period to the Present

May 15, 2011 Palgrave Macmillan 0230114202

“This is a book for those who want a clear and comprehensive treatment of the sad history of schooling of First Nations children in the United States and Canada. Charles Glenn boldly exposes the embarrassing assumptions behind the policies and practices of educationalists, government bureaucrats, anthropologists, and racial virtuosos.” — Elmer Thiessen, Research Professor of Education, Tyndale University College, Toronto

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Author
Charles Glenn (Wheelock)

African-American/Afro-Canadian Schooling: From the Colonial Period to the Present

May 15, 2011 Palgrave Macmillan 0230114164

“Glenn has long been concerned about those who had few educational choices. Here he tells the education story of Africans in the New World, a story beginning well before the civil rights movement. The story highlights an often neglected phenomenon—the long-standing motivation of Blacks to sacrifice for the privilege of education.” — Stephen P. Heyneman, Professor, International Education Policy, Vanderbilt University

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Author
Amy Baltzell (Wheelock)

Living in the Sweet Spot: Preparing for Performance in Sport and Life

April 16, 2011 Fitness Info Tech, West Virginia University 1935412094
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Author
Charles Glenn (Wheelock)

Contrasting Models of State and School: A Comparative Historical Study of Parental Choice and State Control

March 31, 2011 Continuum 1441158014
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Author
Scott Seider (Wheelock)

Shelter: Where Harvard Meets the Homeless

September 2, 2010 Continuum 1441137378

“In each generation, some privileged and talented young Americans commit their lives to social reform. How they choose to do so affects the future of the nation. Scott Seider’s rich and insightful study of Harvard students who run a homeless shelter provides an informative portrait of today’s young leaders and their struggle to understand and confront injustice.” — Dr. Peter Levine, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University

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Author
Julie Coppola (Wheelock)
International Reading Association
Elizabeth V. Primas

One Classroom, Many Learners: Best Literacy Practices for Today’s Multilingual Classrooms

August 17, 2009 International Reading Association 0872074676
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Author
Julie Coppola (Wheelock)

Teaching English Language Learners in Grades K-3: Promoting Language and Literacy Development

October 15, 2008 Christopher-Gordon Publishers 193376029X
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Author
Swapna Kumar (Wheelock)

Online Discussions in Blended Learning

July 30, 2008 VDM Verlag 3639060059
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Author
Joseph Marr Cronin (Wheelock)

Reforming Boston Schools, 1930-2006

March 18, 2008 Palgrave Macmillan 0230604013

“Cronin provides us with a complete and compelling version of historical developments in the Boston Public Schools through most of the 20th century. While much ink has been spent on ‘busing in Boston’ and the history of the schools through the desegregation era of the 1970s, Cronin places this and other developments in the long history of the civil rights and education reform movements in Boston and the nation. Anyone concerned with the difficult work of reforming urban public education should read this book.” — James W. Fraser, Professor of History and Education at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development