This Web site facilitates educational research, offering numerous sources of information on an array of education-related topics. The site includes suggested topics and sub-topics and offers general search capabilities.
Attempts to define a variety of entries as to their meaning in relation to current thinking in multicultural education and to provide meaningful examples (published in 1997). This book can be located at the UWF Professional Studies Library. The call number is: Reference - LC1099 .D53 1997
A "comprehensive reference tool for researchers, teachers, scholars, students and laypersons who need information . . . on significant issues, policies, historical events, laws, theories, organizations, institutions, and people incident to the education of African-Americans in the United States" (published in 1996).
The purpose of this yearbook is to present cognitive, factual, and anecdotal perceptions about the trends, issues, and innovations of educational media. The four major divisions are: Digital Transformations, Learners and Teachers, Intercultural Interactions, and Building Communities.
This handbook offers information on cognitive development with a section focusing on infancy, a section on early childhood, and section covering various topics within childhood, a section on atypical development, and a section on models of cognitive development. Topics include: memory, inductive and deductive reasoning, scientific thinking, and dyslexia.
This is a comprehensive reference for those who work or study in the field of early childhood education. Published in 2006, this second edition includes the following sections: Early Childhood Education and Child Development, Early Childhood Educational Curriculum, Foundations of Early Childhood Educational Policy, and Research and Evaluation Strategies for Early Childhood Education.