Requests for Fall Semester Reserves due by August 17th

SoE Faculty, TAs, and Instructional Staff:

Please note that reserves requests for the Fall Semester are due at MERIT Library by August 17th, 2016 in order to be available at the start of the semester.

EReserves appear online as part of a web resource called “Library Course Pages”.  Within the MyUW portal, students will find EReserves, along with library resources posted by library instruction staff.  “Library course pages” are intended to be collaborative between faculty and library staff, and serve as a web vehicle to post both EReserves and library instruction resources online.

Contact Jim Jonas with questions about posting library instruction resources for students.

Keep the following in mind when submitting Reserves requests:

— Provide complete citations for items being placed on electronic reserves.  We need the author & title of the book/journal, copyright date and copyright holder.  For books, you can simply scan or photocopy the title page and (usually) the back of the title page, which gives the copyright information.  If you need assistance in identifying the citation for these materials, please ask MERIT Library reference staff for assistance.

— If you would like items that are currently on reserves (from summer) kept on reserves for the fall semester, please let me know as soon as possible.  If I do not hear from you, they will be removed at the end of the summer semester.

You may print the Reserve List request form, fill it out and return to Donna Meicher at 368 Teacher Education Building.  Or, you may submit your request electronically using our online request form.

For more information, see our guidelines for placing items on reserves at MERIT Library.  You may also want to review the campus libraries reserve policy.

If you have questions or concerns about the MERIT Library reserves process, you may contact Donna Meicher, Vince Jenkins, or Anna Lewis.

COURSE-RELATED CUSTOM INSTRUCTION SESSIONS focused on technology skills, technology integration, and information literacy are available from MERIT Library. Please see our Course Related Instruction webpage for more information.

Thank you!

Donna Meicher

Library Closed Aug 12-19

Please pardon our dust as MERIT Library has a little work done!  We are very excited to share that MERIT Library will be getting new carpeting, and the circulation desk that has been in place since the dawn of time will be replaced as well!  To complete the project, Room 350 and 350a will undergo a minor abatement project prior to the carpet change.

The Library will be open during the majority of the construction, but will be closed August 12-19. All other areas of MERIT will be open.

See the digital signage in Teacher Education, Education, and Lathrop for construction updates!

SoE Graduate Staff Welcome and Orientation Program – August 26, 2016

The School of Education Dean’s Office, in cooperation with the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention and MERIT is pleased to announce the annual SoE Graduate Staff Orientation and Welcome.

Date:   August 26, 2016
Time:   11 am – 5:30 pm
Location:  Room 159, Education Building on Bascom Hall
Registration (link)   Early registration for the event is highly encouraged
Program Schedule (link)

Sessions are designed to help SoE graduate assistants with the following:

  • Learn and discuss strategies to become a more effective graduate staff member
  • Learn about resources available to graduate staff
  • Meet other graduate staff, and SoE faculty and staff
  • Earn 4 hours of the required 8 hours of TA training
  • Sessions include discussion focused on multiculturalism and diversity across the SoE, classroom climate, and build community among graduate staff

Sessions are designed to complement departmental training programs. As you may know, new teaching assistants are encouraged to complete 8 hours of training. For students attending the entire program, the Orientation counts as 4 hours of the required 8 hours of teaching assistant training.

New Titles on Teaching in the MERIT Professional Collection

Flipped Learning for Social Studies Instruction, by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams.
First edition.
International Society for Technology in Education, 2015
Series: Flipped learning series
Subjects:
Social sciences — Study and teaching
Video in education
Student-centered learning
Professional H 62 .B474 2015

Also —
Flipped Learning for Math Instruction, by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams.
Professional QA 135.6 .B47 2015
Flipped Learning for English Instruction, by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams, with April Gudenrath.
Professional  LB 1576 .B477 2015

Pedagogy for Restoration: Addressing Social and Ecological Degradation Through Education, by David Krzesni.
Peter Lang, 2015
Series:  Counterpoints: studies in the postmodern theory of education, v. 503
Subjects:
Environmental education — Social aspects
Environmental degradation — Study and teaching
Social justice — Study and teaching
Professional  GE 70 .K79 2015

A Richer, Brighter Vision for American High Schools, by Nel Noddings.
Cambridge University Press, 2015
Subjects:
Education, Secondary — Aims and objectives — United States
High schools — Curricula — United States
Educational change — United States
( . . . and others)
Professional  LB 1607.5 .N64 2015

Transformative Teaching: Changing Today’s Classrooms Culturally, Academically, & Emotionally, by Kathleen Kryza, MaryAnn Brittingham, and Alicia Duncan.
Solution Tree Press, 2016
Subjects:
Transformative learning
Effective teaching
Professional  LC 1100 .K78 2016

Growing Critically Conscious Teachers: A Social Justice Curriculum for Educators of Latino/a Youth, edited by Angela Valenzuela.
“National Latino/a Education Research and Policy Project”
Teachers College Press, 2016
Subjects:
Teachers — Training of — United States
Hispanic Americans — Education
Culturally relevant pedagogy — United States
Social justice — Study and teaching — United States
Professional  LB 1715 .G77 2016

A Blueprint for Preparing Teachers: Producing the Best Educators for Our Children, by Marie Menna Pagliaro.
Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
Subjects:
Teachers — Training of — United States
Teacher educators — United States
Professional  LB 2165 .P34 2016

Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn: the Key to Student Motivation & Achievement, by Mike Anderson.
ASCD, 2016
Subjects:
Motivation in education
Academic achievement
Learning, Psychology of
Professional  LB 1065 .A633 2016

It’s Not What You Teach But How: 7 Insights to Making the CCSS Work for You, by Nancy Sulla.
Routledge, 2015
Series:  Eye on education book
Subjects:
Education — Standards — United States
Common Core State Standards (Education)
Critical thinking — Study and teaching
Professional  LB 3060.83 .S87 2015

From Trainee to Teacher: Reflective Practice for Novice Teachers, by Thomas S.C. Farrell.
Equinox Publishing Ltd, 2016
Subjects:
First year teachers — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language — Study and teaching — Foreign speakers — Handbooks, manuals,     etc.
Professional   LB 2844.1 .N4 F37 2016