In the Castleton Library Catalog, see the titles listed for each subject heading, as well as the related headings and subheadings. Some useful subject terms:
Middle School Education
Physical Education and Training
School Management and Organization
Another set of subject headings that might be useful: Use Study and teaching as a subdivision under a subject to find books on teaching that subject. For example:
English Language Study and teaching
History Study and teaching
Language and Languages Study and teaching
Mathematics Study and teaching
Science Study and teaching
Social Sciences--Study and teaching
|371||Schools & their activities; special education|
|379||Public policy issues in education|
|428||Teaching language arts (and 372.6)|
|507.1||Teaching science (and 372.35044)|
|510.71||Teaching math (and 372.7)|
|907||Teaching history (and 372.89)|
Notice the parentheses around the or phrase and the truncation
child* and (television or TV or television viewing) and violen*
To place a request for a book or audiovisual item found in the Library Catalog, at another VSC library, click on "Place Request" or "Place hold" within the item view.
For books and audiovisual materials not available in the VSC library system, search WorldCat (or click Search Other Libraries within the library catalog) for the item and click on the Request Item through Interlibrary Loan button. Or log in to the library's Interlibrary Loan System using your Portal username and password, and request the item there.
For questions about interlibrary loan policies and procedures, contact Franny Ryan at (802) 468-1359.
"Research areas include education reform, teachers and instruction, and higher education and training. Through studies, reports, workshops, and other activities this research focuses on the most critical issues facing education: standards, teaching, technology, preparation of youth for productive futures, and the improvement of educational research."
Publications are available as PDF downloads.
Try some of your keywords in an advanced search.
Find an item in your results that is on target. Look at the subject terms for that item.
Then, use that helpful subject term in a search.