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Secondary Education: Journals

This guide may be used to help you find research on topics in Education. You will also be directed toward sources of information for writing lesson plans.

Finding a Specific Journal

You may search for articles through Hofstra's databases. Often there is a box that you can click to limit your results to just "peer reviewed" (scholarly) articles. However there are times when you may want to search for a specific journal. To do this go to Journal Finder.

Here is a tutorial on how to use Journal Finder if you need further assistance:

Journals Available in the CMC

The CMC has the following journals for teachers in the CMC:


1.    BOOKBIRD

2.    BOOKLINKS

3.    BOOKLIST

4.    BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN’S BOOKS

5.    CALLIOPE

6.    CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN EDUCATION

7.    COBBLESTONE

8.     CONNECT

9.     CRICKET

10.   CURRICULUM REVIEW

11.    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

12.    ENGLISH JOURNAL

13.    THE FIVE OWLS

14.     HORNBOOK GUIDE TO CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

15.     HORNBOOK MAGAZINE

16.     INSTRUCTOR

17.     KAPPA DELTA PI RECORD

18.      KIRKUS REVIEWS

19.      LANGUAGE ARTS

20.      LIBRARY MEDIA CONNECTION

21.      MAGAZINE OF HISTORY

 

22.      MATHEMATICS TEACHER

23.       MATHEMATICS TEACHING IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL

24.       THE NEW ADVOCATE

25.        PDK-FASTBACKS

26.        PHI DELTA KAPPAN

27.        PLAYS

28.        PRACTICALLY PRIMARY

29.        PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP

30.        THE READING TEACHER

31.        SCHOLASTIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TODAY

32.        SCIENCE & CHILDREN

33.        SCIENCE SCOPE

34.         SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

35.         SOCIAL EDUCATION

36.         SOCIAL SCIENCE DOCKET

37.         SOCIAL STUDIES AND THE YOUNG LEARNER

38.         SYLLABUS

 

Types of Journals

Different types of publications have different purposes and different audiences. When we talk about journals, we can usually divide these publications into three broad categories: scholarly, popular, and trade publications.

Below is a document that describes the differences between different types of publications.

Subject Guide

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