The Education Library is pleased to announce the opening of 2 new Group Study Rooms!
Dry erase markers and a mini data projector are available to borrow from the Service Desk.
Need to find a place for a group meeting? Try out our Group Study Room in the Teacher Resource Room across from our Service Desk. The room features a table for 8, armchairs for 4, a 60" screen, and a 4' x 6' glass dry-erase board. The room is available to be booked by students, staff and faculty. Use your Queen's netID to book the room from the Library's Group Study Rooms page.
In the summer, 2017, we relocated 10 of our collections to bring together most of our resources for teachers on one level. Current Ministry of Education curriculum and support documents, DVDs, kits, big books, puppets, posters, CDs, K-12 textbooks and related teacher guides, children's and YA books, and professional journals for teachers are now all located on Floor 1 and all circulate for 2 weeks. The Reference Collection has moved up to Floor 2 and circulates for 3 days (with renewals possible unless the item is requested by someone else). We are now moving professional resources for teachers -- lesson and curriculum unit planning materials and books on classroom practice and the teaching profession -- to Floor 2. Research materials on Floor 2 will move to the newly designated Floor 3 Research Collection during 2018-19.
Dr. Lee Airton
Meyer, E., Stafford, A., & Airton, L. (2016). Transgender and gender-creative students in PK-12 schools: What we can learn from their teachers. Teachers College Record,118(8), 1-50.
Dr. Alana Butler
Berman, R., Butler, A., Daniel, B., McNevin, M., & Royer, N. (2017). Nothing, or almost nothing, to report: Early childhood educators and discursive constructions of colorblindness. The International Critical Childhood Policy Studies Journal, 6(1), 52-65.
Dr. Kristy Timmons
Heagle, K., Timmons, K., Hargreaves, F., & Pelletier, J. (2016). The social kindergartener: Comparing children's perspectives of full-and half-day kindergarten. Early Child Development and Care, 5/6, 978-989.