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EDCI 3800: Professional Issues in Teaching: Introduction

Useful library resources for EDCI 3800, Dr. Kelly King

Welcome to the Class Page for EDCI 3800

For remote access to the readings, your EUID and password are necessary for you to gain access to the UNT Libraries' electronic resources.

Go to "Required Readings" tab for the course readings required.

Go to "Suggested Journals" tab for education journals useful for the class.

Go to "Suggested Electronic Resources" tab for databases to search related to education research.

Websites of Interest

No Child Left Behind, Race to the Top

Boys are struggling

MLK - Selection 1 - "Education may not be able to change the hearts of men, but it can change the habits of men."

MLK - Selection 2 - "Morehouse College Student Paper, The Maroon Tiger, in 1947"

Notes on the State of Virginia

Teacher-Centered Philosophies

Student-Centered Philosophies

The First Year - YouTube video

Kansas, 2017, The first 9 months

The following videos can only be viewed by UNT students, faculty, and staff. You must enter your UNT euid/password.

Video: Grünberg, S., Crane, B., Independent Television Service., Log In Productions., & LOGTV, Ltd. (1999). School prayer: A community at war. Spencer, N.Y: Log In Productions.

A Class Divided, Yale University Films; WGBH Educational Foundation; written by William Peters and Charlie Cobb; produced and directed by William Peters; correspondent, Charlie Cobb, Publication Info: 1985.

Beyond F.A.T. city: a look back, a look ahead, Workshop created and written by Richard D. Lavoie; executive producers Niki Vettel and Dennis Allen, Publication Info: Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, ©2005.

How difficult can this be?: understanding learning disabilities; the F.A.T. city workshop, Produced and directed by Peter Rosen; workshop designed and presented by Richard D. Lavoie; produced for Eagle Hill School Outreach by Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., Publication Info: Alexandria, VA: PBS DVD Video, ©1989.

School, Episode 1. The common school, 1770-1890: the story of American Public Education

School, Episode 2. As American as public school, 1900-1950: the story of American Public Education

School, Episode 3. A struggle for educational equality, 1950-1980: the story of American Public Education

School, Episode 4. The bottom line in education, 1980 to the present

Public Education: Who Are the Corporate Reformers?

Public Schools for Sale?


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