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Education: Reference Sources

Guide to resources for education courses. Including journal articles, test reviews, books, and internet sources

Reference Books

Using an education encyclopedia or dictionary is useful in selecting a topic.  They can provide definitions, historical information, basic theories, and information about outstanding individuals in the field.  Some sources also provide a bibliography for further information.

 

Academic Keywords:  a devil's dictionary for higher education  LB2324 .N45 1999

Critical Thinking and Learning  LB1590.3 .C735 2004

Dictionary of Multicultural Education REF LC1099 .D53 1997

The Early Intervention Dictionary  REF HV891 .C63 1993

Encyclopedia of Education  REF LB15 .E47 2003

Encyclopedia of Learning Disabilities  REF LC4704.5 .T86 2002

Encyclopedia of Special Education  REF LC4007 .E53 2000

The Greenwood Dictionary of Education  REF LB15 .G68 2003

Historical Dictionary of American Education  LB15 .H57 1999 (ONLINE)

Historical Dictionary of Women's Education in the United States  LC1752 .H57 1998 (ONLINE)

Testing and Standards: a brief encyclopedia  LB3051 .W4966 2002

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