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Adger, C., & Christian, D.; (1999).; Dialects in schools and communities.; New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

American Educational Research Association. (1999).; Standards for educational and psychological testing.; Washington, DC:; Author.

Apple, M.W. (1979). Ideology and curriculum. London: Routledge

Apple, M.W. (1993). Official knowledge. New York: Routledge.

Ausubel, D. P.; (1968). Educational Psychology: A Cognitive View.; New York:; Holt, Rhinehart and Winston.

Banks, J.; (2001).; Cultural diversity and education:; Foundations, curriculum and
; Needham Heights, MA:; Allyn & Bacon.

Beauboeuf-Lafontant, T., & Augustine, D.; (1996).;; Facing racism in education.;
Harvard Educational Review, 28, 34-56.

Bigge, M.; (1982).; Learning Theories for Teachers. (4th Ed.).; New York, New York: Haper & Row.

Blackwell, P., & Diez, M.; (1998).; Toward a new vision of master’s education for
; Washington, DC:; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Borich, G.; (1991).; Effective teaching methods.; New York:; Macmillan.

Bransford, J. D. & Vye, N. J.; (1989).; A Perspective on cognitive research and its implications for instruction.; In Lauren B. Resnick, and Leopold E. Klopfer (eds.); (1989).Toward the Thinking Curriculum:; Current Cognitive Research. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Duncan, G. J. (1997). The effects of poverty on children. The Future of Children, 7(2),55-71

Brophy, J. & Good, T. L.; (1986).; Teacher behavior and student achievement.; In M. C.Wittrock (Ed.). Handbook of Research on Teaching.; New York: Macmillan.

Churma, M. (1999). A guide to integrating technology standards in the curriculum.; Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Central Intelligence Agency (2012). Central Intelligence Agency Fact Book.

Cocco, A.; (1995).; Computers – Teaching, technology, and applications.; Technology Directions, 55(2), 15-26.

Cornford, I. (2002).; Learning-to-learn strategies as a basis for effective lifelong learning.; International Journal of Lifelong Education, 21(4), 357.

Council for Exceptional Children. (1995). What every special educator must know? The International Standards for the Preparation and Certification of Special Education Teachers. Reston Virginia: Author. (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED387 958)

Curwin, R. L. and Mendler, A. N.; (1988). Discipline with Dignity.; Alexandria, Virginia:; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Danielson, C.; (1996).; Enhancing professional practice:; A framework for teaching.Alexandria, VA:; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Darling-Hammond, L. (1991). Are our teachers ready to teach? Teacher education results in; better student learning. Quality Teaching, 1, 6-7, 10.

Dewey, J. (1916). Democracy and education. New York: Macmillan.

Dewey, J (1954). The public and its problems. Athens, OH: Swallow Press.

Dovidio, J., & Gaertner, S.; (1999).; Reducing prejudice:; Combating inter-group biases.Current Directions in Psychological Science, 8, 101-105.

Eggan, P., & Kauchak, D.; (2001).; Educational psychology:; Windows on classrooms.; (5th Ed.).; Upper Saddle River, NJ:; Merill:; Prentice-Hall.

Evertson, C., Emmer, E., Clements, B., & Worsham, M.; (2000).; Classroom
management for elementary teachers.; (5th Ed.).
; Needham Heights:; Allyn & Bacon.

Fisher, L, Schimmel, D., & Kelly, C. (1987).Teachers and the law. New York: Longman.

Florio, R., & Detar, J.; (2002).; Teacher education and the cultural imagination. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Fuller, F. (1969). Concerns of teachers: A developmental characterization. American Educational Research Journal, 6, 207-226.

Gall, M.; (1984).; Synthesis of research on teachers' questioning.; Educational Leadership, 42, (3), 40-47.

Gallagher, S. A. (1998). The road to critical thinking: The Perry scheme and meaningful differentiation. NASSP Bulletin, 82 (595), p12-20

Galloway, J. P. & Blohm, P. (1997).; Planning for Technology in the 21st Century: Perspective, Knowledge, Commitment and Process. Technology and Teacher Education Annual Journal, 1997.; Published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Charlottesville, VA.

Galloway, J. P. (1990).; Misconceptions of computing concepts among preservice teachers. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 22 (4), 413—430.

Glasser, R. (1976).; Components of a psychology of instruction: Toward a science of design. Review of Educational Research, 46, (1), 1-24.

Glasser, W.; (1997).; A new look at school failure and school success.; Phi Delta Kappan, 78, 587-602.

Glasser, W.; (1998).; Choice theory.; New York:; Harper Collins.

Gollnick, D., & Chinn, P.; (2002).; Multicultural education in a pluralistic society.; New Jersey:; Merrill Prentice-Hall.

Goodlad, J. (1994). Educational Renewal: Better teachers, better schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Grant, C., & Gomez, M.; (Eds.) (1996).; Making schooling multicultural: Campus and Classroom.; Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill/Prentice-Hall.

Greene, M. (1993).; Freedom’s Plow: Teaching in the Multicultural Classroom.;Routledge, New York.

Griffin, G.A. (1991). Interactive staff development: Using what we know.; In A. Lieberman & L. Miller (eds.), Staff development for education in the 90’s (pp. 243-258). New York: Teachers College Press.

Guild, P.; (1994).; Making sense of learning styles.; School Administration, 51,; 8-13.

Halpern, D. (1987).; Analogies as a critical thinking skill.; In D. E. Berger, K. Pezdek, & W. P. Banks, (Eds.), Applications of cognitive psychology: Problem solving, education and computers.; Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Haney, J, Lumpe, A, Czerniak, C., & Egan, V.; (2002).; From beliefs to actions:; The beliefs and actions of teachers implementing change.; Journal of Science Teacher Eduction, 13(3), 171-187.

Harmin, M.; (1994).; Inspiring Active Learning.; Alexandria, Virginia:; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Henderson, J. G.; (1992). Reflective Teaching:; Becoming an Enquiring Educator.;Macmillan: New York.

Hernandez, H.; (2001).; Multicultural education:; A teacher’s guide to linking context, process, and content.; New Jersey:; Merrill Prentice-Hall.

Heupert, J.; (2000).; Graduation and promotion testing:; Potential benefits and risks for minority students, English-language learners and students with disabilities.; Poverty and Race (PRRAC), 9(5), 12, 5-7.

Holmes Group Report (1995).Tomorrow’s Schools for Education. East Lansing, MI: the Holmes Group

Hull, B. B. (2000). Religion still matters. The Journal of Economics, 26(2), 35-48.

Hunter, M.; (1984).; Knowing, teaching and supervising.; In P. Hosford (Ed.). Using What We; Know About Teaching.; Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Indiana University Northwest (1995). General Education Competencies. School of Education.

Irvine, J., & Armento, B.; (2001).; Culturally responsive teaching:; Lesson planning for elementary and middle grades.; New York:; McGraw Hill.

Kindsvatter, R., Wilen, W., & Ishler, M.; (1988).; Dynamics of effective teaching.; New York:; Longman. ;;

Knapp, L. R. & Glenn, A. D. (1996). Restructuring Schools with Technology.; Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Lanier, U. (1988). Keynote address presented at the Holmes Group Conference,Washington, D.C.

Lehman, N.; (2000).; The big test:; The secret history of the American meritocracy.;NewYork: Ferrar, Straus, and Giroux.

Lieberman, A., & Miller, L.; (Eds.).; (1991).; Staff development for education in the 90’s. (2nd Ed.).; New York:; Teachers College Press.

Lever-Duffy, J., McDonald, J., & Mizell, A.; (2003).; Teaching and learning with technology.; Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Lightfoot, S.L. (1978).Worlds apart: Relationships between families and schools. New York: Basic Books.

MacDonald S. & Healy D. (1999); A Handbook for Beginning Teachers.; New York: Longman.

Many, J.; (2001).; Handbook of instructional practices for literacy teacher-educators.New Jersey:; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Molenda, M, & Harris, P.; (2001).; Issues and trends in instructional technology.Educational Media and Technology Yearbook, 26, 3-15.;

Moursund, D. (1990). Getting smarter at solving problems: The mind and the computer: Problem solving in the information age.; International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).; Eugene, Oregon

Muffoletto, R. (1998).; Quest for knowing: Educational media and curricular representations. Educational Media and Technology Yearbook, 23, p11-15.

National Council for the Accreditation of Colleges of Teacher Education (NCATE). (2002).;Professional standards for the accreditation of schools, colleges, and departments of education.; Washington, DC:; Author.

Novak, J., & Purkey, W.; (2001).; Invitational education.; Phi Delta KappaEducational Foundation Fastback, 488.

Ormrod, J. (1998). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners. Columbus, Ohio: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Ormrod, J. (2003).; Educational psychology:; Developing learners.; (4th Ed.).; Upper Saddle River, NJ:; Merrill Prentice-Hall.

Osborne, R. J., & Wittrock, M. C. (1983).; Learning science: A generative process.;Science Education, 67 (4), 489-508.

Oskamp, S.; (2000).; Reducing prejudice and discrimination.; Mahwah, NJ:; Erlbaum.

Pang, Y. (2011). Barriers and solutions in involving culturally linguistically diverse families in the IFSP/IEP process. Making Connections, 12(2), 42-51.

Papalia, D., & Olds, S.; (1998).; Human development.; (7th Ed.).; Boston, Massachusetts: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.;

Paris, S.G. & Ayres, L.R. (1994). Becoming reflective students and teachers with portfolios and authentic assessment.; Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Peck, K.; (2001).; Our biggest challenge:; Proving the power of technologies in educational settings. Educational Media and Technology Yearbook, 26, 24-30.

Popham, W.J. (1995). Classroom Assessment: What Teachers Need to Know.; Needham Heights, M.A.: Allyn & Bacon.

Price-Dennis, D., & Souto-Manning, M. (2011). (Re)Framing diverse pre-service classrooms as spaces for culturally relevant teaching. The Journal of Negro Education, 80(2), 223-238.

Purkey, W. W. & Novak, J. M.; (1996). Inviting School Success: A Self-Concept Approach to Teaching, Learning, and Democratic Practice.;;; (Third edition).; Wadsworth:; Belmont, California.

Ramsey, P.; (1995).; Growing up with the contradictions of race and class.; Young Children, 50, 18-22.

Riley, R.; (1998).; The challenge for America:; A high quality teacher in every classroom [Annual Back-to School Address, National Press Club, Washington, DC; On-line].

Rowley, L. L., & Bowman, P. J. (2009). Risk, protection, and achievement disparities among African American males: Cross-generation theory, research, and comprehensive intervention. The Journal of Negro Education78(3), 305-320

Routman, R.; (2000).; Conversations:; Strategies for teaching, learning, and evaluating.Portsmouth, NH:; Heinemann.

Rowan, B., & Miller, R.; (1997).; Using research on employees’ performance to study the effects of teachers on students’ achievement.;; Sociology of Education, 70(4), 256-284.

Savoie, J. & Hughes, A. (1994).; Problem-based learning as classroom solution.Educational Leadership, 52, (3). 54-57.

Schoon, K., & Boone, W.; (1998).; Self-efficacy, alternative conceptions of science, and preservice elementary teachers.; Science Education, 82(5), 553-568.

Shavelson, R.; (1973).; What is the basic teaching skill?; Journal of Teacher Education, 24, 144-151.

Shulman, L.; (1987).; Knowledge and teaching: Foundations of the new reform.; Harvard Educational Review, 19(2), 4-14.

Shulman, L.; (1989); Address given to the annual meeting of the Homes Group, Atlanta, GA.

Smith, B.O., Peterson, D., & Miccert, T. (1987).; Evaluation and professional improvement aspects of the Florida Performance Measurement System.; Educational Leadership, 44,16-19.

Starkweather, K. N. (1997).; Are we thinking to achieve? Perspective. Technology Teacher, 57 (2) 5-6.

Stiffins, R.; (2001).; Student-involved classroom assessment.; (3rd Ed.).; Upper Saddle River, NJ:; Prentice-Hall.

Strauss, S.; (1993).; Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge about children’s minds; and learning:; Implications for...^; Educational Psychologist, 28(3), 279-291.

Szapocznik, J. & Krutines, W. M. (1993). Family psychology and cultural diversity: Opportunities for theory, research, and application. American Psychologist, 48(4), 400-407.

Takai, R.; (1993).; A different mirror:; A history of multicultural America.; New York:; Little, Brown & Company.

Tomei, L.; (1999).; Concentration and infusion – Two approaches for teaching technology for lifelong learners.; T.H.E. Journal, 26(9), 72-76.

Turnbull, A.P., & Turnbull, H.R. (1986). Families, Professionals, and Exceptionality: A Special Partnership. Columbus, OH: Merrill.

U.S. Department of Education (1994). Draft mission statement and principles of professional development. Federal Register, 59, 63773-63774.

Whimbey, A., & Lochhead, J. (1986).; Problem Solving and Comprehension. (4th ed.).; Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Wigle, S., & Manges, C. (1995).; Meaning, relevance, and purpose:; Motivational factors in quality schools.; Journal of Reality Therapy, 14, 9-14.

Wigle, S., & DeMoulin, D.; (1999).; Inclusion in a general classroom setting and self-concept.; The Journal of At-Risk Issues, 5, 27-32.

Yarger, S., & Mertens, S.K. (1980). Testing the waters of school-based teacher education.; Concepts to Guide the Education of Experienced Teachers. Reston, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

Ziomek, R. (1997).; The concurrent validity of ACT's Passport Portfolio Program: Initial validity results. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the National Educational Research Association, Chicago. ;