A necessary skill for any educator is to think critically about the quality of a book they are considering using in the classroom or with a student. In many cases this judgement should be context specific. Therefore, it is important to know resources to turn to when making a decision. These resources can both provide information and also provide frameworks to guide your own analysis. They are also helpful when crafting a rationale regarding your pedagogical choices.
Two such resources are:
Illinois State University
Campus Box 8900
201 North School Street
Normal, Il 61790-8900
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