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CI 512 eTextbooks
Click on the textbook to open a library catalog record
Scroll up and look for the green View eBook button
Click on the button to open the ebook
You will need to choose to read the book online or download the ebook.
Reading online is simpler and the book should open right away.
If you are offsite, you may be required to login--use your LMU email name, but not the @lmunet.edu for your login (firstname.lastname) and then use your LMU email password as your login password.
Choose your chapter on the left and read the text on the right.
Downloading the book requires you to create an account (this will be different from your library catalog account--you create your own login and password) with the book vendor and then check the book out of the library. It might need to be renewed a few times before the semester ends if you want it for a full semester.
There are more features if you download the text. The downloaded text can be highlighted and bookmarked.
If you have any problems, please call, email or chat with a librarian.
Bold Moves for Schools
Bold Moves for Schools by JacobsWhat will it take to create truly contemporary learning environments that meet the demands of 21st-century society, engage learners, and produce graduates who are prepared to succeed in the world? What skills and capacities do teachers and leaders need to create and sustain such schools? What actions are necessary? Bold Moves for Schools offers a compelling vision that answers these questions-and action steps to make the vision a reality. Looking through the lenses of three pedagogies-antiquated, classical, and contemporary-authors Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Marie Hubley Alcock examine every aspect of K-12 education, including curriculum, instruction, assessment, and the program structures of space (both physical and virtual), time, and grouping of learners and professionals. In a new job description for teachers, Jacobs and Alcock highlight and expound on the following roles: Self-navigating professional learner. Social contractor. Media critic and media maker. Innovative designer. Globally connected citizen. Advocate for learners and learning. With thought-provoking proposals and practical strategies for change, Bold Moves for Schools sets educators on the path to redefining their profession and creating exciting new learning environments. The challenge is unprecedented. The possibilities are unlimited.