Follow these steps to access your readings:
- Please note the title of each article you need to access. Readings for each week are listed below.
- Go to the Lamar Library.
- Type your instructor's name (Arterbury) in the "Search for" field.
- Click "Lookup Items on Reserve by Instructor" button.
- Click on your instructor's name (Arterbury, Elvis).
- Click on your course number.
- Locate the article you need. Click the corresponding "URL" link on the far right side of the screen.
- Use the following if you receive a prompt for a username and password:
Week 1 Readings
- Clarke, N. A., Stow, S., Ruebling, C., & Kayona, F. (2006). Developing standards-based curricula and assessments: Lessons from the field. The Clearing House, 79(6), 258-261.
- Legislative Budget Board. (2005). Develop statewide curriculum guides and increase local accountability of curriculum management (Texas School Performance Review). Retrieved March 8, 2008, from Legislative Budget Board website via http://www.lbb.state.tx.us/Perf_Rvw_PubEd/White_Papers/StatewideCurriculumGuides.pdf.
- Pierce, J. W., & Kalkman, D. L. (2003). Applying learner-centered principles in teacher education. Theory into Practice, 42(2), 127-132.
Week 2 Readings
- Johnson, B. L. Jr., & Owens, M. (2005). Building new bridges: Linking organization theory with other educational literatures. Journal of Educational Administration, 43(1), 41-59.
- Smith, M. K. (1996, 2000). Curriculum theory and practice. The Encyclopedia of Informal Education. Retrieved March 12, 2008, from http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-curric.htm.
- Fraenkel, J. R. (1992). Hilda Taba’s contributions to social studies education. Social Education, 56(3), 172-178.
- Simpson, R. (1999). Ralph Tyler on curriculum: A voice from the past with a message for the future. Innovative Higher Education, 24(2), 85-87.
Week 3 Readings
- English, F. W., & Steffy, B. E. (1992). Promise and problems of the curriculum audit. Education, 113(2), 168-171.
- Vertiz, V. C. (1992). The curriculum audit: A quality control vehicle to school reform. Education, 113(2), 165-167.
- Downey, C. J. (1992). Focusing policy on our business—learning: Establishing curriculum quality control through policy. Education, 113(2), 172-175.
- Poston, W. K. Jr. (1992). Curriculum auditing: Effects upon school improvement in international schools. Education, 113(2), 195-198.
Week 4 Readings
- Henkin, A. B., Cistone, P. J., & Dee, J. R. (2000). Conflict management strategies of principals in site-based managed schools. Journal of Educational Administration, 38(2), 142-157.
- Fullan, M. (2000). The three stories of educational reform. Kappan, 81(8), 581-584.
- Reeves, D. B. (2002, March/April). Accountability-based reforms should lead to better teaching and learning-period. Harvard Education Letter. Retrieved March 18, 2008, from http://www.edletter.org/past/issues/2002-ma/reeves.shtml.
- Garmston, R. J. (2002). Group wise: It’s always the group’s group. Journal of Staff Development, 23(4).
Week 5 Readings
- Boudett, K. P., City, E. A., & Murnane, R. J. (2006). The “data-wise” improvement process. Principal Leadership, 7(2), 53-56.
- Blase, J., & Blase, J. (2000). Effective instructional leadership: Teachers’ perspectives on how principals promote teaching and learning in schools. Journal of Educational Administration, 38(2), 130-141.
- Moye, M. J., Henkin, A. B., & Egley, R. J. (2005). Teacher-principal relationships: Exploring linkages between empowerment and interpersonal trust. Journal of Educational Administration, 43(2/3), 260-277.
- Garmston, R. J. (2007). Results-oriented agendas transform meetings into valuable collaborative events. Journal of Staff Development, 28(2), 55-56.
- Garmston, R. J. (2002). The five principles of successful meetings. Journal of Staff Development, 23(1).