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EDTL-606 Curriculum and Instructional Design: Home

An overview of curriculum models, their historical and philosophical foundations, and their inherent practices. Candidates will further examine practices that allow for differentiated instruction in a variety of learning environments.

How to Obtain These Books

You may come to the Library to check them out, or if you live outside Morehead, the Regional Campus Library Services staff will mail the book to you. 

Use the form on this page to request items to be mailed to you.  You will be responsible for mailing the book back to the library.

Questions?  Call Regional Campus Services at 1-800-423-0884.

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EDTL-606 Reading Materials

The following books are available at the Library's Reserves shelves at the Circulation Desk. To make sure that a copy is available, please click on the book title.  This links you to our catalog which shows if the item is available or checked out.

1. Silver, H., Morris, S., & Klein, V. (2010). Reading for meaning: how to build students' comprehension, reasoning, and problem-solving skills, ASCD, ISBN 978-1-4166-1132-5.


 2. Silver, H., Strong, R., & Perini, M. (2007). The strategic teacher: selecting the right research-based strategy for every lesson, ASCD, ISBN 978-1-4166-0609-3.


 3. Silver, H., Strong, R., & Perini, M. (2001). Tools for promoting active, in-depth learning, Thoughtful Education Press, ISBN 978-1-58284-004-8.


 4. Silver Strong and Associates (2008). Classroom Curriculum Design: how strategic units improve instruction and engage students in meaningful learning, Thoughtful Education Press, ISBN 978-1-58284-132-8.


 5. Davis, B. (2007). How to teach students who don't look like you: culturally relevant teaching strategies, Corwin Press, ISBN 13: 978-1-4129-2447-4.


6. Prensky, M. (2010). Teaching digital natives: partnering for real learning, Corwin Press, ISBN 978-1-4129-7541-4.


 7. Yamamto, J., et. Al, Eds. (2010). Technolgoy implementation and teacher education: reflective models, IGI Global, ISBN 978-161520897-5. (This is an e-book.  Click on the "View Full Text" link and then the PDF Full Text icon to read the book online.)


 8. Yamamoto, J., et. Al., Eds. (2010). Technology leadership in teacher education: integrated solutions and experiences, IGI Global, ISBN 978-161520899-9.


 9. Guillaume, A. (2012). K-12 classroom teaching: a primer for new professionals, Pearson, ISBN 13: 978-0-13-256549-3. 

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Peer Review

What is Peer Review?

It is the quality control system for scholarship.  It means that articles in a peer-reviewed journal must be scrutinized and approved by experts before they are published.  The editor of the journal should ensure that more than one expert reads each submission.  Also, the editor should remove the name and any information that could identify the author so that the reviewers are scrutinizing only the work and not the person.  This is called "blind" review.  Submissions are rejected, accepted, or accepted pending revisions based upon the recommendation of the reviewers.  SYNONYMS FOR PEER REVIEW = 'academic', 'juried', 'refereed', 'scholarly'.

How can you tell when something is peer-reviewed?

1) When you are looking at a print copy, of an entire issue of a journal, the editorial board of scholars with academic credentials and institutional affiliations will be listed somewhere.  These are the 'peers' that review each published article.

2) Use a check box limit in your database search (when available).