Journals and Websites

Teaching journals available through the Luria Library
Teaching journals available online
  • Education and Culture, Founded by the John Dewey Society and the Philosophy of Education Society, is a journal publishing articles in the philosophy of education and theoretical work in other educational disciplines.
  • Education Review is an electronic journal with book reviews pertaining to education (English/Spanish reviews). You can review books.
  • Great Ideas in Education, offers resources like Encounter Magazine. (A child's photo on the homepage may give the impression of an early childhood ed site, but resources of relevance are provided for the college level if you dig in.)
  • Inside Higher Ed, What's happening in Higher Ed. Recommended by Jody Millward.
  • PEN (Public Education Network), offers NewsBlast Newsletter, is dedicated to providing each student an excellent education in public education. It aims to advance school reform in low-income communities across the country.
  • Teaching College Record (TCR): "The Voice of Scholarship in Education", Teacher's College in New York offers an excellent online journal with a vast web archive to explore. You can select from a list of options what your particular interests are, and they will send you weekly updates about articles in that area.
Websites related to teaching
  • Carnegie Perspectives, a different way to think about teaching and learning, by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
  • Stanford's Center for Teaching and Learning: "In its broadest terms, our purpose is to promote excellence in teaching at all ranks and excellence in student learning inside and outside the classroom. Our goal is to see teaching equally valued with research as a professional commitment of faculty and teaching assistants and to provide the training and resources to make excellent teaching possible." Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List, Desk-top Faculty Development, One Hundred Times a Year. You can sign up to receive email.
  • Kathy Nunley's Layered Curriculum Site; newsletter available. Of interest are the summaries of research studies.
  • An archive of excellent success strategies & information about "On Course" Workshops is offered by Skip Downing. Anyone is welcome to join the ON COURSE NEWSLETTER: To subscribe, send in a blank message. You may subscribe groups; please see the information link above for how to do so.