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You might also consider talking with your Bedford/St.Martin's
representative about the series of books dealing with teaching
developmental education courses like English, reading, and math.  There
are some excellent bibliographies (annotated) concerning these topics.  

Susan Ertel


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>   Cross and Angelo, Classroom Assessment Techniques
Grasha, Teaching With Style
Gardener Multiple Intelligences
Lerner, Learning Disabilities




>We are gathering a list of classic works that could be included in a 
>professional library for developmental education. We have quite a 
>few selections chosen that address general developmental education 
>issues but need ideas for books in mathematics, reading, 
>composition, and study skills. What has influenced your teaching 
>over the years?
>--
>Patti Eney
>Adjunct Faculty Committee, NADE
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