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Teaching with Primary Resources: Selecting Sources

Primary Sources

Beyond the Bubble: Historical Context 1

Beyond the Bubble: Sourcing

Sources to Use in Teacher Education

Most of the research in Teacher Education is presented in the form of Scholarly Journal Articles and Conference Papers. Other sources, such as books, have their uses, but your literature review will rely primarily on scholarly articles.

To find these sources, you'll want to use the ERIC database.

Books at the CSU Pueblo Academic Library

LB1590.3 .R58 2011 Making Thinking Visible : How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners / Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, Karin Morrison ; foreword by David Perkins.

ED 1.310/2:442739  Using primary sources on the Internet to teach and learn history [microform] / by Deanne Shiroma.

LB1582.U6 M66 2014  Readingthinking, and writing about history : teaching argument writing to diverse learners in the common core classroom, grades 6-12 / Chauncey Monte-Sano, Susan De La Paz, and Mark Felton.

National Archive Resources

Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Sources

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