M.Ed. Required Texts

Textbooks - Spring 2014

REQUIRED FOR ALL COURSES

  • Subscription to Questia, an on-line library for accessing books and periodicals relevant to the program is available (not required) at http://www.questia.com.
  • EDU 5250 Best Current Teaching Practices
    Teaching in K-12 Schools:  A Reflective Action Approach, 5th Edition.  ISBN:  0131381334.

  • EDU 5350 Diversity and Social Issues in Education
    Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society, 9th Edition, Gollnick and Chinn.  ISBN:  0-13-703509-8.

    Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition.  ISBN: 978-1-4338-0561-5
  • EDU 5450 Issues in Professional Ethics
    Ethics for Educational Leaders.  Beckner, Weldon. Pearson Allyn and Bacon.  ISBN:  0-205-36091-2.
  • EDU 5500 History and Philosophy of Education
    The History and Philosophy of Education.  Murphy, Madonna M.  Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.  ISBN:  0-13-095550-7.
  • EDU 5750 Reading in the Content Areas
    Content Area Reading Plus NEW MyEducationLab with Video-Enhanced Pearson eText-Access Card Package,  11th ed., Vacca, Vacca & Mraz, Pearson (2014).  ISBN-10:  0133400891, ISBN-13:  9780133400892.
  • EDU 6050 Assessment of Learners
    Classroom Assessment What Teachers Need to Know, 7th Edition, Popham.  ISBN: 9780132868600.
  • EDU 6100 Educational Leadership
    What Great Principals do Differently:  Eighteen Things That Matter Most.  Whitaker, Todd, Eye on Education, Incorporated (2011).  ISBN:  9781596672000.
  • EDU 6150 Practicum in Methods and Materials for Teaching
    No text required.
  • ENG 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching English
    Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd Edition, Dean, Hubbell, Pitler, and Stone.  ISBN:  9781416613626.
  • HIST 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Social Studies
    Classroom Instruction that Work
    s, 2nd Edition, Dean, Hubbell, Pitler, and Stone. ISBN:  9781416613626.
  • MATH 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Math
    Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd Edition, Dean, Hubbell, Pitler, and Stone.  ISBN:  9781416613626.
  • SCNS 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Science
    Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd Edition, Dean, Hubbell, Pitler, and Stone.  ISBN:  9781416613626.

Textbooks - Summer 2014

  • Subscription to Questia, an on-line library for accessing books and periodicals relevant to the program is available (not required) at http://www.questia.com.

  • EDU 5200 Intervention Strategies and Techniques
    Including Students with Special Needs: a Practical Guide for Classroom Teachers Plus MyEducationLab with Pearson eText, 6th edition.  Friend, Marilyn D. and Bursuck, William D., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  Pearson (2012).  ISBN:  9780132179720.  
  • EDU 5450 Issues in Professional Ethics
    Ethics for Educational Leaders.  Beckner, Weldon. Pearson Allyn and Bacon.  ISBN:  0-205-36091-2.
  • EDU 5500 History and Philosophy of Education
    The History and Philosophy of Education.  Murphy, Madonna M.  Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.  ISBN:  0-13-095550-7.
  • EDU 5700 Principles of Curriculum Development
    Curriculum Foundations, Principles, and Issues, 6th edition.  Ornstein, A. and Hunkins, F., Pearson.  ISBN:  0-13-267810-1.
  • EDU 5750 Reading in the Content Areas
    Content Area Reading:  Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum, 11th edition, Vacca, R. T., Vacca, J. L. & Mraz, M. (2011).  Upper Saddle, NJ:  Pearson Education.  ISBN-10:  0133830837, ISBN-13:  9780133830835.
  • EDU 5800 Advanced Human Behavior, Development and Learning
    Psychology Applied to Teaching, 14th edition.  Snowman, J. and McCown, R., Cengage Learning.  ISBN: 1-285-73474-2.
  • EDU 5850 School and Community Relations
    The School and Community Relations, 10th edition, Moore, Edward H., Bagin, Don H., and Gallagher, Donald R. Pearson (2011).  ISBN:  9780137072514.

    What Great Principals Do Differently:  Eighteen Things That Matter Most, 2nd edition, Whitaker, Todd.  Taylor & Francis (2011).  ISBN:  9781596672000.
  • EDU 5900 Educational Technologies
    No textbook required.
  • EDU 6200 Theories of Learning
    Essentials of Educational Psychology:  Big Ideas to Guide Effective Teaching, 4th edition, Ormrod, J. E.  Pearson (2015).  ISBN:  0133830837.
  • EDU 6500 Educator as Researcher
    No textbook required.
  • MMED 5220 Current Issues in Music Education
    Contemporary Music Education, 4thedition, Mark, M. and Madura, P.  Boston, MA:  Schirmer, Cengage Learning (2014).  ISBN:  978-1-133-95630-3.

Textbooks - Fall 2013

  • Subscription to Questia, an on-line library for accessing books and periodicals relevant to the program is available (not required) at http://www.questia.com.

  • EDU 5000 Current Issues in K-12 Schools
    No text required.
  • EDU 5200 Intervention Strategies and Techniques
    Including Students with Special Needs: a Practical Guide for Classroom Teachers Plus MyEducationLab with Pearson eText, 6/E.  Friend, Marilyn D. and Bursuck, William D., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  Pearson (2012).  ISBN:  9780132179720.
  • EDU 5250 Best Current Teaching Practices
    Teaching in K-12 Schools:  A Reflective Action Approach, 5th Edition.  ISBN:  0131381334.
  • EDU 5350 Diversity and Social Issues in Education
    Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society, 9th Edition, Gollnick and Chinn.  ISBN:  0-13-703509-8.

    Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition.  ISBN: 978-1-4338-0561-5.
  • EDU 5700 Principles of Curriculum Development
    Curriculum:  Foundations, Principles, and Issues, 6th Edition, Ornstein, Allen & Hunkins, Francis.  ISBN:  0-13-267810-1.
  • EDU 5850 School and Community Relations
    School and Community Relations, 10/E, Don Bagin, Professor, Rowan University, Donald R. Gallagher, Professor Emeritus of Rowan University, Edward H. Moore, National School Public Relations Association; ISBN-10:  0137072511.
  • EDU 5900 Educational Technologies
    No textbook required
  • EDU 6150 Practicum in Methods and Materials for Teaching
    No text required.
  • ENG 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching English
    No text required.
  • HIST 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Social Studies
    No text required.
  • MATH 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Math
    No text required.
  • SCNS 6100 Methods and Materials for Teaching Science
    No text required.
  • EDU 6250 Supervised Student Teaching
    No text required.