Articles offer perspectives on educational trends and include topics such as the history and future of lab schools, innovations in curricula and programs, lab school administration, and teacher education.
Publications Related to Lab Schools
In this page we share with you publications created by people from other relevant organizations outside of IALS. We hope you find them helpful and informative.
Teaching History in the Primary Grades - by Grade 5 Teacher Kathleen Ginsberg, The Parents League Review, 2013
Head Games - by Siddhartha Mitter; overview of Wellness Program at The School at Columbia, TC Today, Fall/Winter 2012
Understanding Prejudice through Paper Plate Portraits, article on page 18 of Teaching Tolerance - by Grade 2 Teacher Vanessa D'Egidio, Teaching Tolerance, Fall 2012
Our peer-reviewed, open-access Journal is currently accepting applications for publication. Previous issues are still available to foster and encourage academic discourse on topics germane to laboratory and university-affiliated schools. Articles offer perspectives on educational trends and include topics such as the history and future of lab schools, innovations in curricula and programs, lab school administration, and teacher education. The journal includes articles grounded in evidence-based classroom practices, action research, and theoretically based quantitative and qualitative scholarship. Best practices, educational trends, and theoretical based quantitative and qualitative scholarship found within these pages are intended to extend beyond our respective geographical contexts.
To access the Journal's web site at Rhode Island College's Digital Commons where you can find articles published between 2011 and 2013 and read the following articles follow this link:
Other published lab school articles of interest:
Student and Teacher Attitudes Toward Giftedness in a Two Laboratory School Environment: A Case Conducting a Needs Assessment, Jennifer Riedl Cross, Tracy Cross, and Andrea D. Frazier
Tobacco Policies at Colleges and Universities Housing PreK - 12 Laboratory Schools: An Exploratory Study, Sarah Prudhomme and Tara L. Gallien
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Patricia E. Diebold
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