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Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation-Reavis Reading Materials

Up until 2008, The Adele & Dale Young Education Technology Center (YETC) maintained a Reavis Reading Area, a collection of materials published by the Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation. A major portion of the reading materials are the organization's Fastback collection.

The Fastback series, published each fall and spring, offers short treatments of a variety of topics in education. Each fastback is intended to be a focused, authoritative work on a subject of current interest to educators and other readers. Since the inception of the series in 1972, the fastbacks have proven valuable for individual and group professional development in schools and districts and as readings in undergraduate and graduate teacher preparation courses. More than 500 titles in the series have been published, and more than eight million copies have been disseminated worldwide.

In 2008, Phi Delta Kappa ceased publication of the Fastback collection and Reavis Reading materials. Since the collection moved from a living, growing collection to the realm of "historical collection," and to free up shelf space, we pulled the physical copies of our Reavis collection, turned the Fastback collection into PDF files, and have made them available below. They are no longer available as hardcopy in the YETC, only as electronic copy below.

Fastback Title Index

Format = Fastback Number, Title, Publication Year (OP=Out of Print) Author(s)

4. Performance Contracting: Who Profits Most?, 1972 (OP) Charles Blaschke

8. Discipline or Disaster?, 1972 (OP) Emery Stoops, Joyce King-Stoops

11. Alternative Schools in Action, 1972 (OP) Robert C. Riordan

13. What Should the Schools Teach?, 1972 (OP) Fred T. Wilhelms

18. Selecting Children's Reading, 1973 (OP) Claire E. Morris

21. Teachers and Politics, 1973 (OP) James W. Guthrie, Patricia A. Craig

22. The Middle School: Whence? What? Whither?, 1973 (OP) Maurice McGlasson

30. How to Recognize a Good School, 1973 (OP) Neil Postman, Charles Weingartner

36. Preparing Educational Leaders: New Challenges and New Perspectives, 1974 (OP) Melvin P. Heller

38. The Humane Leader, 1974 (OP) Edgar Dale

42. Optional Alternative Public Schools, 1974 (OP) Vernon H. Smith, Daniel J. Burke, and Robert D. Barr

44. Informal Learning, 1974 (OP) Martha L. King

59. The Legal Rights of Students, 1975 (OP) Thomas J. Flygare

63. The Battle of the Books: Kanawha County, 1975 (OP) Franklin Parker

66. The Pros and Cons of Ability Grouping, 1975 (OP) Warren G. Findley, Miriam M. Bryan

67. A Conservative Alternative School: The A+ School in Cupertino, 1976 (OP) William M. Pursell

79. The People and Their Schools, 1976 (OP) Henry Steele Commager

80. Schools of the Past: A Treasury of Photographs, 1976 (OP) O.L. Davis, Jr.

81. Sexism: New Issue in American Education, 1976 (OP) Pauline Gough

82. Computers in the Curriculum, 1976 (OP) Justine Baker

86. Silent Language in the Classroom, 1976 (OP) Charles Galloway

92. The Abuses of Standardized Testing, 1977 (OP) Vito Perrone

93. The Uses of Standardized Testing, 1977 (OP) Robert L. Ebel

95. Defining the Basics of American Education, 1977 (OP) Ben Brodinsky

96. Some Practical Laws of Learning, 1977 (OP) B.R. Bugelski

97. Reading 1967-1977: A Decade of Change and Promise, 1977 (OP) Jeanne S. Chap

98. The Future of Teacher Power in America, 1977 (OP) Marshall O. Donley, Jr.

99. Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools, 1977 (OP) Thomas J. Flygare

100. How to Individualize Learning, 1977 (OP) Alan Gartner, Frank Riessman

101. Winchester: A Community School for the Urbanvantaged. 1977 (OP) Barry E. Herman

102. Affective Education in Philadelphia, 1977 (OP) Norman A. Newberg

103. Teaching with Film, 1977 (OP) Hart Wegner

104. Career Education: An Open Door Policy, 1977 (OP) Jeanne Wilson, Patricia Rutan

105. The Good Mind, 1978 (OP) Edgar Dale

106. Law in the Curriculum, 1978 (OP) Murry R. Nelson

107. Fostering a Pluralistic Society Through Multi-Ethnic Education, 1978 (OP) Ricardo L. Garcia

108. Education and the Brain, 1978 (OP) Michael P. Grady, Emily A. Luecke

109. Bonding: The First Basic in Education, 1978 (OP) Nancie Mae Brown

111. Teacher Improvement Through Clinical Supervision, 1978 (OP) Charles A. Reavis

114. Using Role Playing in the Classroom, 1978 (OP) John F. Thompson

118. The Case for Competency-Based Education, 1978 (OP) Dale Parnell

121. Student Discipline and the Law, 1979 (OP) Eugcnc T. Connors

127. Writing Centers in the Elementary School, 1979 (OP) Duane R. Tovcy

128. A Primer on Piaget, 1979 (OP) William O. Penrose

129. The Restoration of Standards: The Modesto Plan, 1979 (OP) James C. Enochs

130. Dealing with Stress: A Challenge for Educators, 1979 (OP) William C. Miller

131. Futuristics and Education. 1979 (OP) Violet Anselmini Allain

132. How Parent-Teacher Conferences Build Partnerships, 1979 (OP) Robot Lynn Canady, John 1'. Seyfarth

133. Early Childhood Education: Foundations for Lifelong Learning, 1979 (OP) John R. Cr v an, Elaine Surbeck

134. Teaching About the Creation/Evolution Controversy, 1979 (OP) Jerry Bergman

135. Performance Evaluation of Educational Personnel, 1979 (OP) M. Donald Thomas

136. Writing for Education Journals, 1979 (OP) Laurel Beedon, Joseph Hcinmillcr

137. Minimum Competency Testing. 1980 (OP) Rodney P. Riegle, Ned B. Lovell

138. Legal Implications of Minimum Competency Testing, 1980 (OP) Joseph Beckham

140. Education in West Germany: A Quest for Excellence, 1980 (OP) Hans G. Lingers, Barbara Lingens

143. The Process of Grant Proposal Development, 1980 (OP) Gerald V. Teague, Betty S. Heathington

145. Migrant Education: Teaching the Wandering Ones, 1980 (OP) Joyce B. King-Stoops

147. Nutrition and Learning, 1980 (OP) Robert H. Goldsmith

148. Education in the USSR, 1980 (OP) Delbert Long, Roberta Long

151. Bibliotherapy: The Right Book at the Right Time, 1980 (OP) Claudia E. Cornea, Charles F. Cornea

153. Questions and Answers on Moral Education, 1981 (OP) Kevin Ryan

154. Mastery Learning, 1981 (OP) Lowell Horton

159. Education for Cultural Pluralism: Global Roots Stew, 1981 (OP) Ricardo L. Garcia

162. The Public Community College: The People's University, 1981 (OP) Glen Gabert

165. Teacher Unions and the Power Structure, 1981 (OP) Charles W. Cheng

166. Progressive Education: Lessons from Three Schools, 1981 (OP) William B. Lauderdale

167. Basic Education: A Historical Perspective, 1981 (OP) Gerald L. Gutek

169. Teaching the Learning Disabled, 1982 (OP) Barbara L. Ludlow

170. Safety Education in the Elementary School, 1982 (OP) Joseph E. Wayne

171. Education in Contemporary Japan, 1982 (OP) Edward R. Beauchamp

172. The School's Role in the Prevention of Child Abuse, 1982 (OP) Samuel B. London, Stephen W. Stile

173. Death Education: A Concern for the Living, 1982 (OP) A. Barbara Gibson, Polly C. Roberts, and Thomas J. Buttery

174. Youth Participation for Early Adolescents: Learning and Serving in the Community, 1982 (OP) Joan G. Schine, Diane Harrington

175. Time Management for Educators, 1982 (OP) Charles E. Kozoll

176. Educating Verbally Gifted Youth, 1982 (OP) Lynn H. Fox, William G. Durden

179. Microcomputers in the Classroom, 1982 (OP) Justine C. Baker

180. Supervision Made Simple, 1982 (OP) William Goldstein

182. School Public Relations: Communicating to the Community, 1982 (OP) J.A. Kinder

183. Economic Education Across the Curriculum, 1982 (OP) Mark C. Schug

186. Legal Issues in Education of the Handicapped, 1983 (OP) Donald G. Turner

187. Mainstreaming in the Secondary School: The Role of the Regular Teacher, 1983 (OP) Cynthia L. Warger, Loviah E. Aldinger, and Kathy A. Okun

188. Tuition Tax Credits: Fact and Fiction, 1983 (OP) James S. Catterall

189. Challenging the Gifted and Talented Through Mentor-Assisted Enrichment Projects, 1983 (OP) William A. Gray

190. The Case for the Smaller School, 1983 (OP) Weldon Beckner

191. What You Should Know About Teaching and Learning Styles, 1983 (OP) Claudia E. Cornea

192. Library Research Strategies for Educators, 1983 (OP) Alexia M. Kartis, Annette Jones Watters

193. The Teaching of Writing in Our Schools, 1983 (OP) John M. Kean

194. Teaching and the Art of Questioning, 1983 (OP) J.T. Dillon

195. Understanding the New Right and Its Impact on Education, 1983 (OP) Joe L. Kincheloe

196. The Academic Achievement of Young Americans, 1983 (OP) J. Stanley Ahmann

197. Effective Programs for the Marginal High School Student, 1983 (OP) Gary G. Wehlage

198. Management Training for School Leaders: The Academy Concept, 1983 (OP) Arlene H. Patterson

199. What Should We Be Teaching in the Social Studies?, 1983 (OP) Richard E. Gross, Thomas L. Dynneson

200. Mini-Grants for Classroom Teachers, 1983 (OP) Leo McGee

201. Master Teachers, 1984 (OP) Richard W. Moore

202. Teacher Preparation and Certification: The Call for Reform, 1984 (OP) John P. Sikula, Robert A. Roth

203. Pros and Cons of Merit Pay, 1984 (OP) Susan Moore Johnson

204. Teacher Fairs: Counterpoint to Criticism, 1984 (OP) Sara Ingrassia, Sue Foley

205. The Case for the All-Day Kindergarten, 1984 (OP) Barry E. Herman

206. Philosophy for Children: An Approach to Critical Thinking, 1984 (OP) Tony W. Johnson

207. Television and Children, 1984 (OP) David A. England

208. Using Television in the Curriculum, 1984 (OP) Rosemary Lee Potter

209. Writing to Learn Across the Curriculum, 1984 (OP) John W. Myers

210. Education Vouchers, 1984 (OP) James S. Catterall

211. Decision Making in Educational Settings, 1984 (OP) Charles S. Sharman

212. Decision Making in an Era of Fiscal Instability, 1984 (OP) Daniel L. Duke

213. The School's Role in Educating Severely Handicapped Students, 1984 (OP) Barbara L. Ludlow, Richard Sobsey

214. Teacher Career Stages: Implications for Staff Development, 1984 (OP) Peter J. Burke, Judith C. Christensen, and Ralph Fessler

215. Selling School Budgets in Hard Times, 1984 (OP) William Goldstein

216. Education in Healthy Lifestyles: Curriculum Implications, 1984 (OP) John R. Seffrin, Mohammad R. Torabi

217. Adolescent Alcohol Abuse. 1985 (OP) Lowell Horton

218. Homework-And Why, 1985 (OP) David A. England, Joannis K. Flatley

219. America's Changing Families: A Guide for Educators, 1985 (OP) Karen W. Appel

220. Teaching Wildly Retarded Children in the Regular Classroom, 1985 (OP) Martin Henley

221. Changing Behavior: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Parents.1985 (OP) Frank J. Sparlo

222. Issues and Innovations in Foreign Language Education, 1985 (OP) Jacqueline Benevento

223. Grievance Arbitration in Education. 1985 (OP) Ned B. Lovell

224. Teaching About Religion in the Public Schools, 1985 (OP) Charles R. Kniker

225. Promoting Voluntary Reading in School and home, 1985 (OP) Lesley Mandel Morrow

226. How to Start a School/Business Partnership, 1985 (OP) Carol O'Connell

227. Bilingual Education Policy: An International Perspective, 1985 (OP) Edward R. Beauchamp

228. Planning for Study Abroad, 1985 (OP) Alice K. Swinger

229. Teaching About Nuclear Disarmament, 1985 (OP) James M. Becker

230. Improving Home-School Communications, 1985 (OP) Edward E. Gotts, Richard F. Purnell

231. Community Service Projects: Citizenship in Action, 1985 (OP) Richard P. Lipka, James A. Beane, and Brian E. O'Connell

232. Outdoor Education: Beyond the Classroom Walls, 1985 (OP) Thomas J. Rillo

233. What Educators Should Know About Copyright, 1986 (OP) Virginia M. Helm

234. Teenage Suicide: What Can the Schools Do?, 1986 (OP) Jerilyn K. Pfeifer

236. A Model for Teaching Thinking Skills: The Inclusion Process,1986 (OP) Antoinette M. Worsham, Anita J. Stockton

238. The Case for Basic Skills Programs in Higher Education, 1986 (OP) Elinor P. Ross, Betty D. Roe

240. Teaching and Teacher Education: Implementing Reform, 1986 (OP) Robert A. Roth

242. High School Dropouts: Causes, Consequences, and Cure, 1986 (OP) Donald R. Grossnickle

243. Community Education: Processes and Programs, 1986 (OP) Theodore J. Kowalski, John A. Fallon

245. Dealing with Abnormal Behavior in the Classroom, 1986 (OP) David M. Romney

247. Mentor Teachers: The California Model, 1986 (OP) Roger G. Lowney

248. Using Microcomputers in School Administration, 1986 (OP) Eugene T. Connors, Thomas C. Valesky

249. Missing and Abducted Children: The School's Role in Prevention, 1987 (OP) Phillip M. Wishon, Bruce W. Broderius

250. A Model for Effective School Discipline, 1987 (OP) Mildred Carter

252. Educational Reform: The Forgotten Half, 1987 (OP) William Burt Lauderdale

253. Voluntary Religious Activities in Public Schools: Policy Guidelines, 1987 (OP) Jan C. Robbins

256. A Model for Teaching Writing: Process and Product, 1987 (OP) Donovan R. Walling

257. Preschool Programs for Handicapped Children, 1987 (OP) Barbara L. Ludlow

258. Serving Adolescents' Reading Interests Through Young Adult Literature, 1987 (OP) Lucy Fuchs

259. The Year-Round School: Where Learning Never Stops, 1987 (OP) Charles E. Ballinger, Norman Kirschenbaum, and Rita Pokol Poimbeaut

260. Using Educational Research in the Classroom, 1987 (OP) Barbara Perry-Sheldon, Violet Anselmini Allain

261. Microcomputers and the Classroom Teacher, 1987 (OP) Gail A. Caissy

262. Writing for Professional Publication, 1987 (OP) Kenneth T. Henson

263. Adopt a School -Adopt a Business, 1987 (OP) Alton C. Manning

264. Teenage Parenthood: The School's Response, 1987 (OP) Leslie M. Bonjean, Dennis C. Rittenmeyer

265. AIDS Education: Curriculum and Health Policy, 1987 (OP) William L. Yarber

267. Preparing Teachers for Urban Schools, 1988 (OP) Martin Haberman

268. Education: By Invitation Only, 1988 (OP) William W. Purkey, John M. Novak

269. Mission Possible: Innovations in the Bronx Schools, 1988 (OP) Stephen Franse, Adrienne Siegel, Sharon L. Schulte, Steven Benardo, and John M. Skalski

270. A Primer on Music for Non-Musician Educators, 1988 (OP) Margaret Dee Merrion, Marilyn Curt Vincent

271. Extraordinary Educators: Lessons in Leadership, 1988 (OP) Charles A. Rcavis

272. Religion and the Schools: Significant Court Decisions in the 1980s, 1988 (OP) Eugene T. Connors

273. 'The High-Performing Educational Manager, 1988 (OP) William E. Webster

274. Student Press and the Hazelwood Decision, 1988 (OP) Jan C. Robbins

275. Improving the Textbook Selection Process, 1988 (OP) M. Jean Young, Charles M. Reigeluth

276. Effective Schools Research: Practice and Promise, 1988 (OP) Arthur W. Steller

279. Eliminating Procrastination Without Putting It Off, 1988 (OP) Ross Van Ness

280. Early Childhood Education: What Research Tells Us, 1988 (OP) Lilian G. Katz

281. Personalizing Staff Development: The Career Lattice Model, 1988 (OP) Judith C. Christensen, John H. McDonnell, Jay R. Price

282. The Elementary School Publishing Center, 1989 (OP) Lillian Gold

283. The Case for Public Schools of Choice, 1989 (OP) Mary Anne Raywid

284. Concurrent Enrollment Programs: College Credit for High School Students, 1989 (OP) Arthur Richard Greenberg

286. Peer Supervision: A Way of Professionalizing Teaching, 1989 (OP) Daniel A. Heller

287. Differentiated Career Opportunities for Teachers, 1989 (OP) Ronald M. Jandura, Peter J. Burke

288. Controversial Issues in Schools: Dealing with the Inevitable, 1989 (OP) William Goldstein

289. Interactive Television: Progress and Potential, 1989 (OP) L. Neil Johnson, Sam Tulley

290. Recruiting Minorities into Teaching, 1989 (OP) Rita G. Greer, William L. Husk

291. Preparing Students for Taking Tests, 1989 (OP) Richard L. Antes

292. Creating a Learning Climate for the Early Childhood Years, 1989 (OP) Carol B. Hillman

293. Career Beginnings: Helping Disadvantaged Youth Achieve Their Potential, 1989 (OP) William M. Bloomfield

294. Interactive Videodisc and the Teaching-Learning Process, 1989 (OP) Edward C. Beardslee, Geoffrey L. Davis

295. Using Microcomputers with Gifted Students, 1989 (OP) Margaret Perry

296. Using Microcomputers for Teaching Reading in the Middle School, 1989 (OP) Rosemary Lee Potter

297. Using Microcomputers for Teaching Science, 1989 (OP) Steven J. Rakow, Terry R. Brandhorst

298. Student Privacy in the Classroom, 1990 (OP) Edward B. Jenkinson

300. The Case for School-Based Health Clinics, 1990 (OP) Dean F. Miller

301. Whole Brain Education, 1990 (OP) Michael P. Grady

302. Public Schools as Public Forums: Use of Schools by Non-School Publics, 1990 (OP) Jan C. Robbins

303. Developing Children's Creative Thinking Through the Arts, 1990 (OP) Florence Christoplos, Peter J. Valletutti

304. Meeting the Needs of Transient Students, 1990 (OP) Donovan R.Walling

305. Student Obesity: What Can the Schools Do?, 1990 (OP) Phillip M. Wishon

306. Dealing with Death: A Strategy for Tragedy, 1990 (OP) Evelyn B. Kelly

308. Effective Programs for At-Risk Adolescents, 1990 (OP) John W. Dougherty

309. A Decalogue for Teaching Mathematics, 1990 (OP) Carrot E. DeBower, Kari L. DeBower

310. Successful Strategies for Marketing School Levies. 1990 (OP) Glenn T. Graham, Gordon L. Wise, and Duane L. Bachman

311. Preparing Better Teacher-Made Tests: A Practical Guide, 1990 (OP) Frank J. Sparzo

312. Planning and Conducting Better School Ceremonies, 1990 (OP) Edward A. Wynne

313. Educating Homeless Children: Issues and Answers, 1990 (OP) James H. Stronge, Cheri Tenhousc

314. Strategies for Developing Children's Listening Skills, 1991 (OP) Mary Renck Jalongo

315. Strategies for Involving Parents in Their Children's Education, 1991 (OP) Linda T. Jones

316. Using Electronic Mail in an Educational Setting, 1991 (OP) Dan H. Wishnictsky

317. Students and the Law, 1991 (OP) Lawrence F. Rossow, Janice A. Hininger

318. Community Colleges in the 1990s, 1991 (OP) Glen Gabert

319. Developing an Effective Teacher Mentor Program, 1991 (OP) Mel P. Heller, Nancy W. Sindelar

320. Raising Career Aspirations of Hispanic Girls, 1991 (OP) Josctina Villamil Tinajero, Maria Luisa Gonzalez, and Florence Dick

321. Street Gangs and the Schools: A Blueprint for Intervention, 1991 (OP) Kevin W. Riley

322. Restructuring Through School Redesign, 1991 (OP) Jerry Villars

323. Restructuring an Urban High School, 1991 (OP)Dorm Weinholtz

324. Initiating Restructuring at the School Site, 1991 (OP) Robert J. McCarthy

325. Restructuring Teacher Education, 1991 (OP) Alan R. Tom

326. Restructuring Education Through Technology, 1991 (OP) Theodore W. Frick

327. Restructuring Personnel Selection: The Assessment Center Method, 1991 (OP) Frederick C. Wendel, Ronald G. Joekel

329. Restructuring Early Childhood Education, 1991 (OP) Michael F. Kelley, Elaine Surbeck

330. Achieving Adult Literacy, 1992 (OP) Pamela J. Farris

331. Improving Instruction in :diddle Schools, 1992 Robert L. Gilstrap, Cathy Bierman. Thomas R. McKnight

332. Developing Effective Drug Education Programs, 1992 (OP) Lowell Horton

333. How to Start a Student Mentor Program, 1992 Susan G. Weinberger

334. Adult Education: The Way to Lifelong Learning, 1992 Jerold W. Apps

335. Using Telecommunications in Middle School Reading, 1992 (OP) Rosemary Lee Potter

336. School-University Collaboration, 1992 (OP) Jill Frymier Russell, Richard B. Flynn

337. Teachers for tomorrow: The Pennsylvania Governor's School for Teachers, 1992 (OP) Mary Reid Klinedinst, Catherine Green

338. Japanese and U.S. Education Compared, 1992 (OP) Edward R. Beauchamp

339. hypermedia: The Integrated Learning Environment, 1992 Dan H. Wishnietsky

340. Mainstreaming Language Minority Children in Reading and Writing, 1992 Kenneth M. Johns, Connie Espinoza

341. The Portfolio Approach to Assessment, 1992 Emily Grady

342. Teaching for Multiple Intelligences, 1992 David G. Lazear

343. Asking the Right Question: The Essence of Teaching, 1992 Selma Wassermann

344. Discipline Strategies for Teachers, 1992 Eleanor B. Baron

345. Learning Strategies for Problem Learners, 1992 Thomas P. Lombardi

346. Making Sense of Whole Language, 1993 John W. Myers

347. English as a Second Language: 25 Questions and Answers, 1993 Donovan R. Walling

348. School Choice: Issues and Answers, 1993 Susan Uchitelle

349. State Academies for the Academically Gifted, 1993 James E. Green

350. The Need for Work Force Education, 1993 Edward E. Gordon

351. Integrated Character Education, 1993 Kenneth Burrett, Timothy Rusnak

352. Creating Professional Development Schools, 1993 (OP) Alan Colburn

353. Win-Win Discipline, 1993 Jack Blendinger, Linda Cornelious, Vincent McGrath, and Lucinda Rose

354. A Primer on Attention Deficit Disorder, 1993 Beth Fouse and Suzanne Brians

355. Education and Welfare Reform: The Story of a Second Chance School, 1993 (OP) John Baldwin

356. Using Computer Technology to Create a Global Classroom, 1993 Dan H. Wishnietsky

357. Gay Teens at Risk, 1993 (OP) Donovan R. Walling

358. Using Paraeducators Effectively in the Classroom, 1993 Anna Lou Pickett, Stanley F. Vasa, and Allen L. Steckelberg

359. Using Captioned TV for Teaching Reading, 1993 (OP) Milton E. Goldman

360. Implementing the Disability Acts: Implications for Educators, 1993 Patricia F. First and Joan L. Curcio

361. Integrating the Trans-National/Cultural Dimension. 1993 (OP) Seymour Fersch

362. Using Children's Literature to Develop Core Values. 1994 Linda J. Gibbs and Edward J. Earley

363. Tech Prep: A Strategy for School Reform, 1994 James E. Green and Roy A. Weaver

364. Identifying Talents Among Multicultural Children, 1994 Bella Kranz

365. Memory Enhancement for Educators, 1994 Evelyn B. Kelly

366. Technology in Rural Education, 1994 (OP) Weldon Beckner and Bruce O. Barker

367. American Indian/Alaska Native Education, 1994 Jon Reyhner

368. Music Copyright Law in Education, 1994 Robert Henley Woody, III and Robert Henley Woody, II

369. Doctors' Stories on Teaching and Mentoring, 1994 Richard H. Dollase

370. Establishing School Policies on Sexual Harassment, 1994 Dan H. Wishnietsky

371. Peer Coaching in Teacher Education, 1994 Gloria A. Neubert and Lois Stover

372. Gender Equity in Education, 1994 Eileen Veronica Hilke and Carol Conway-Gerhardt

373. Responsible Inclusion of Students with Disabilities, 1994 Thomas P. Lombardi

374. Using Children's Literature Across the Curriculum, 1994 Elinor P. Ross

375. Service Learning for All Students, 1994 Carl I. Fertman

376. Hands-On Science in the Elementary School, 1994 James R. LeBuffe

377. Assessment Reform: Challenges and Opportunities, 1994 Herbert J. Walberg, Geneva D. Haertel, Suzanne Gerlach-Downie

378. Cooperation-Competition: An Instructional Strategy, 1995 Edward A. Wynne

379. Portfolio Development for Preservice Teachers, 1995 Diane Hood Nettles and Pamela Bondi Petrick

380. Technology Education Today, 1995 William Dugger Jr. and J. Eldon Yung

381. Student Literacy: Myths and Realities, 1995 Michael W. Kibby

382. Attention Deficit and Reading Instruction, 1995 Michael P. French and Ann Polzer Andretti

383. Understanding Charter Schools, 1995 Lori A. Mulholland and Louann A. Bierlein

384. Strategies for Educating Diverse Learners, 1995 Rita Dunn

385. Critical Thinking, 1995 Barry K. Beyer

386. Center for Japanese Study Abroad, 1995 William Jassey

387. Controlling Aggressive Students, 1995 Jack Blendinger, Sandra D. Devlin, G. Franklin Elrod

388. Outcome-Based Education: Concerns and Responses, 1995 Spence Rogers and Bonnie Dana

389. Raising Self-Esteem of Learners, 1995 Ross Van Ness

390. Constructivist Teaching, 1995 John A. Zahorik

391. Effective Government Relations for Public Education, 1995 Lawrence A. Wiget

392. Mathematical Modeling, 1995 Eileen Veronica Hilke

393. Developing an Effective Advisor/Advisee Program, 1995 Phyllis E. Dale

394. Preparing Teachers for Japan's Classrooms, 1996 Edward R. Beauchamp

395. Accountability in Education: Still an Evolving Concept, 1996 Jack Frymier

396. Management Strategies for Culturally Diverse Classrooms. 1996 Kenneth M. Johns and Connie Espinoza

397. The Multiple Roles of Clinical Faculty, 1996 Robert L. Gilstrap and Kathleen Beanie

398. Gifted and at Risk, 1996 Cathy Dixon, Lorraine Mains, Mary Jane Reeves

399. Left-Handed Students: A Forgotten Minority, 1996 Evelyn B. Kelly

400. Teaching Geography in the Disciplines, 1996 James B. Binko and Gloria A. Neubert

401. Beyond Rules and Consequences for Classroom Management, 1996 Roger Prosise

402. Intergenerational Education Programs, 1996 Dawn E. MacBain

403. Understanding Professional Ethics, 1996 Paul A. Wagner

404. Developmental Education at the College Level, 1996 Karen J. Miller

405. Copyright in the Age of New Technology, 1996 Hope Roland Botterbusch

406. Teacher Study Groups for Professional Development, 1996 Genny Cramer, Beth Hurst, Cindy Wilson

407. Implementing Multiple Intelligences: The New City School Experience, 1996 Thomas R. Hoerr

408. Preventing Teacher Sexual Misconduct, 1996 William L. Fibkins

409. Trends Shaping the Future of Special Education, 1996 Thomas P. Lombardi and Barbara L. Ludlow

410. Four Philosophies that Shape the Middle School, 1997 John W. Dougherty

411. Using Multiple Intelligences in Middle School Reading, 1997 Louisa Melton and Winston Pickett

412. Rethinking the Scheduling of School Time, 1997 Deanna D. Winn, Ronda Rudd Menlove, Stephen Zsiray, Jr.

413. Helping African-American Students Prepare for College, 1997 O. Gilbert Brown

414. Managing Diversity-Based Conflicts Among Children, 1997 Charles C. Scott, Anne M. Gargan, Marlene M. Zakierski

415. Peer Tutoring for K-12 Success, 1997 Elizabeth S. Foster-Harrison

416. Interdisciplinary Teams for High Schools. 1997 Paul Spies

417. Reader-Response Approaches to Teaching Literature, 1997 Gwen McAlpine and Janice Warren

418. The Middle School Distinction, 1997 Louis G. Romano and Nicholas P. Georgiady

419. Beating Boredom, Creating Interest, 1997 M. Thomas Russell

420. Legislation and the Public Schools: Making It Work, 1997 Lawrence A. Wiget

421. Tobacco Interventions. 1997 William L. Fibkins

422. Chinese Kindergarten Education: What We Can Learn. 1997 Rhea A. Ashmore

423. Creating School-Community-Business Partnerships, 1997 Barbara J. Hopkins and Frederick C. Wendel

424. Multidimensional School Leadership, 1997 Larry Lashway

425. Charter School Accountability: Findings and Prospects, 1997 Chester E. Finn, Jr., Louann A. Bierlein, Bruno V. Manno

426. Legal and Ethical Bases for Educational Leadership, 1998 M. Donald Thomas and E.E. (Gene) Davis

427. Gifted Girls. 1998 Joan Franklin Smutny

428. Fostering Social Responsibility, 1998 Marvin Marshall

429. Teaching Diverse Students: Preparing with Cases, 1998 Violet Andelmini Allain and Alvin M. Pettus

430. Building Educational Resilience, 1998 Margaret C. Wang, Geneva D. Haertel, Herbert J. Walberg

431. A Neural Network Guide to Teaching, 1998 Justine C. Baker and Francis G. Martin

432. How to Create Successful Academic Summer Programs, 1998 Laila Denoya

433. Creating an Inviting Classroom Environment, 1998 Elizabeth S. Foster-Harrison and Ann Adams-Bullock

434. Inclusive Instruction for Struggling Readers, 1998 Joyce S. Choate and Thomas A. Rakes

435. Constructivism and Science Teaching, 1998 Alan Colburn

436. Recruiting Minority Teachers: The UTOP Program, 1998 Perry R. Rettig and Mehraban Khodavandi

437. A Brief Guide to Writing for Professional Publication, 1998 Kenneth T. Henson

438. Technological Collaborations: K-12 and Higher Education, 1998 Kay McPherson Ferguson and OW. Kopp

439. Distance Education and Tomorrow's Schools, 1998 Barbara L. Ludlow and Michael C. Duff

440. Distance Education and Teacher Education at Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1998 Maryellen S. Cosgrove

441. Distance Education, Electronic Networking, and School Policy, 1998 Tom Clark and David Else

442. Corporate Culture and the Attack on Higher Education and Public Schooling, 1999 Henry A. Giroux

443. Teaching Aesthetics, 1999 Sandra L. Bryan

444. Integrating Science and Mathematics in the Elementary Curriculum, 1999 David M. Davison, Kenneth W. Miller, and Dixie L. Metheny

445. Project-Based Multimedia Instruction, 1999 John D. Foshay

446. Building the School-to-Work System, 1999 Barbara J. Hopkins, Darl Naumann, and Frederick C. Wendel

447. Making Student Teaching Work: Creating a Partnership, 1999 Mary A. Lowenhaupt and Corinne E. Stephanik

448. Improving K-8 Reading Using Multiple Intelligences, 1999 Louisa Melton, Winston Pickett, and Gail Sherer

449. Tech Prep Taiwan-Style, 1999 Douglas C. Smith

450. Attending to Attendance, 1999 John W Dougherty

453. Children's Literature and the K-4 Social Studies Standards. 1999 Eileen Veronica Hilke

454. School-Age Child Care, 1999 James R. LeBuffe and Sherran A. Hargreaves

455. Middle School Climate: A Study of Attitudes, 1999 James M. Gold. Joseph C. Rotten George R. Holmes, and Patricia S. Motes

456. Technical Reading in the Middle School, 1999 Rosemary Lee Potter

457. Strategic Planning for School Administrators, 1999 Roger Prosise

458. Rethinking Creativity, 2000 Ronald R. Morgan, Judith A. Ponticell, and Edward E. Gordon

459. A Short Guide to Standardized Testing, 2000 Gerald W Bracey

460. Helping the Grieving Child in School, 2000 Linda Goldman

461. HIV Education: Perspectives and Practices, 2000 Deborah R. Schoeberlein

462. Creating a School-Within-a-School, 2000 Aldo Sicoli

463. The Military Child: Mobility and Education, 2000 Mary M. Keller and Glynn T. Decoteau

464. A Short Guide to School Public Relations, 2000 Jack A. Kinder

465. Managing Classroom Crises, 2000 Carlette Jackson Hardin and E. Ann Harris

466. Education and Change: A Personal Critique, 2000 Gene I. Maeroff

467. Making School Reform Work: A "Mineralogical" Theory of School Modifiability, 2000, Robert J. Sternberg

468. A Design for Alana: Creating the Next Generation of American Schools, 2000, Daniel L. Duke

469. The Schools We Want, the Schools We Deserve: American Education in Retrospect and Prospect, 2000, Denis P. Doyle

470. The National Board Certified Teacher, 2000, Dora L. Bailey and Ronald G. Helms

471. Public School Reform in America, 2000, WIlliam J. Reese

472. Invigorating Education with the Scientific Paradigm, 2000, Don Hoernschemeyer

473. Why Painting Still Matters, 2000, Laurie Fendrich

474. What Hollywood Can Teach Our Schools, 2001, Christian Peters

475. The Successful Substitute Teacher

476. An Adequate Education Defined, 2001, M. Donald Thomas and E.E. (Gene) Davis

477. Teacher Lore, 2001, Gretchen Schwartz and others

478. Looping: Creating Elementary School Communities, 2001, Thomas S. Little and Lynn Priest Little

479. Religious Liberty and the Public Schools, 2001, Charles C. Haynes

480. Creating a Professional Development School, 2001, Nancy Bacharach and Robin Hasslen

481. Alternatives to Retention and Social Promotion, 2001, William A. Owings and Leslie S. Kaplan

482. Storytelling for Middle Grades Students, 2001, John Myers and Robert Hilliard

483. Professional Portfolios for Practicing Teachers, 2001, by Ann Adams Bullock and Parmalee P. Hawke

484. Helping ESL Learners Succeed, 2001, Kenneth M. Johns and Nena Torrez

485. School-University Collaborations, 2001, Karen A. Verbeke and Patricia O. Richards

486. Educating African-American Children, 2001, Jesse Brown

487. Learning Through Laughter...Again, 2001, Claudia Cornett

488. Invitational Education, 2001, John M. Novak and William Watson Purkey

489. Creating Wellness at Home and in School, 2001, William Howatt

490. Minority Faculty at Community Colleges, 2002, Ned B. Lovell, Mary L. Alexander, and Laura A. Kirkpatrick

491. Positive Parent-Teacher Conferences, 2002, Nicholas P. Georgiady and Louis G. Romano

492. Teachers Mentoring Teachers, 2002, Beth Hurst and Ginny Reding

493. Evaluating Website Content, 2002, Ellen Chamberlain

494. Character Education Through Children's Literature, 2002, Sheryl O'Sullivan

495. Project CLEAN: Safe, Sanitary School Restrooms, 2002, Tom Keating

496. Inside Teams in Education , 2002, Mary Ann Smialek

497. Class Size and Effects: A Review, 2002, Thomas Fleming, Tara Toutant, and Helen Raptis

498. Inviting Online Education, 2003, Tony Di Petta and others

499. Enhancing Teaching Quality, 2003, Leslie S. Kaplan and William A. Owings

500. Classroom Management and the Middle School Philosophy, 2003, John W. Dougherty

501. What's Right with Public Education, 2003, Joan Kowal and M. Donald Thomas

502. Fourteen Connections or How to Study Everything, 2003, Kenneth R. Chuska

503. Public School Purpose: The Civic Standard, 2003, Merle Steven McClung

504. Introduction to Contextual Teaching and Learning, 2003, Susan Sears

505. Learning from Japanese Middle School Math Teachers, 2003, Nancy C. Whitman

506. Differentiated Instruction, 2003, Joan Franklin Smutny

507. Welcoming Children from Sexual-Minority Families into Our Schools, 2003, Linda Leonard Lamme and Laurel A. Lamme

508. Using Open Courseware in Curriculum Development, 2003, Kenyon D. Potter

509. Resilient Superintendents, 2003, Dan C. Wertz

510. Teaching Law-Related Education, 2004, Robert L. Hanson

511. Using Pocket PCs in Education, 2004, Dan H. Wishnietsky

512. How the Chinese Teach English, 2004, Rhea A. Ashmore and Chu Xianhua

513. Name Calling, Racial Joking, and Prejudice Among Students, 2004, David Aveline

514. Combating Plagiarism, 2004, Suzanne F. Carey and Patricia Arnett Zeck

515. Disarming Conflict Through Common Ground Thinking, 2004, Wayne Jacobsen

516. Data-Driven Instruction, 2004, Lance E. Bedwell

517. Helping Students with Diabetes Management, 2004, Dorothy Botsch Wishnietsky and Dan H. Wishnietsky

518. Improving Math Achievement of At-Risk Learners, 2004, Sandra L. Bryan and Adriane E. L. Dorrington

519. The Revival of K-8 Schools, 2004, Barry E. Herman

520. Understanding Students with Asperger's Syndrom, 2004, Lisa Fine and John W. Myers

521. Ethics and Professional Practice in Education, 2004, Michael J. Rockler

522. International Education and the International Baccalaureate. 2004, George Walker

523. A Short Guide to Special Education Due Process. 2004, Thomas P. Lombardi and Barbara L. Ludlow

524. Interdisciplinary Instruction Using Museums. 2004, Minuette B. Floyd

525. Using Interactive Internet Sites in Teaching. 2004, Dan H. Wishnietsky

526. Russian Education Reconstructed: "Perestroika". 2004, Alla V. Kourova and Rhea A. Ashmore

527. Torts and Liability: An Educator's Short Guide. 2004, John W. Dougherty

528. Peer Tutoring Do's and Don'ts. 2005, Kathryne H. Pugh

529. What Teachers Need to Know About Islam. 2005, Munir A. Shaikh

530. Teaching K-8 Literature With Trade Books. 2005, Rosemary Lee Potter

531. Student Television As Authentic Context. 2005, Jesse Turner and John Foshay

532. Personalized Instruction. 2005, James W. Keefe and John M. Jenkins

533. Nurturing the Parent-Teacher Alliance. 2005, Frank Howe and Betty Jo Simmons