Reports on Early Childhood Education
Civil Rights Data Collection (Schools)
2013 State of States' Early Childhood Data Systems
The Future of Education
Welcome to the Curriculum Center and Education Resource Library!
Welcome to the Curriculum Center!
It has been stated by Gail Godwin that, “Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theatre.” If this is true, then where do preservice teachers go to acquire the necessary materials to prepare great lessons and become effective teachers?
One great resource is the Curriculum Center located on the first floor of the J. Eugene Smith Library. The Center offers a vast array of professional, reference, and educational materials and services to be used by pre-service teachers and educators already in the field. These materials are found in different formats throughout the Curriculum Center and on the Curriculum Center web site. Additionally, a professional collection of theory related books concerning education topics can be found on the third floor of the library. These books are cataloged in the Library of Congress format.
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Hope Marie Cook, M.Ed, MLIS, SYC.
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J. Eugene Smith Library and Campus Links
New Internet Sites
Internet sites that will teach you something new!
Source for Free Materials?
Do you have a source for free teaching materials, or an interesting website that teachers should know about? If so, let me know and I will share.