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Education: ED 598 Introduction to Research in Education

A LibGuide for researching and writing on education for EDS 598.

Where do I find these items?

Online: If a book or article is available online, there will be a link to follow next to its title.

In the Library: Next to or below the title, when you see...

   Stack Level (like Stack 4): this means that the item is in the stacks, and can be retrieved from the regular shelves.

   REF: this means that the item is on the 3rd floor, in Reference.

   CURR: this means that the item on the 3rd floor, in the Curriculum Lab

If you are uncertain of where to find a book or article, don't hesitate to ask a librarian! You can come to the Reference Desk on the 3rd floor, or call (860) 832-2060

Teaching Resources Recommended by Your Professor

Are effects of small classes cumulative? Evidence from a Tennessee experiment

Journal of Educational Research, 94 (6), 336-346


The hazards of high-stakes testing.

Issues in Science and Technology, 18 (2), 53-58


Induction programs that keep new teachers teaching and improving

NASSP Bulletin, 88 (638), 41-58,


Teaching at the boundary of acceptable practice: What is a new teacher mentor to do?

Journal of Teacher Education, 55 (5), 449-462


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