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Prospect Archive of Children's Work

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Abu El-Haj, T. (2003). Constructing ideas about equity from the standpoint of the particular: Exploring the work of one urban teacher network. Teachers College Record . 105 (5), 817-845.
Alberty B. (1984). House and dwelling: Common themes in children’s art. School Arts, 83, (8).
Andrias, J., R. D. Kanevsky, L.Y. Strieb, & C. Traugh (1992). Exploring values and standards: Implications for assessment (National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching monograph). New York: Teachers College Press.
Carini, P.F. (1975). Observation and description: An alternative methodology for the investigation of human phenomena. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
Carini, P.F. (1979). The art of seeing and the visibility of the person. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
Carini, P.F. (1982). The school lives of seven children. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
Carini, P.F. (1986). Building from children's strengths. Journal of Education , 168 (3). Boston, MA: Boston University.
Carini, P.F. (1986). Reflections on childhood and change. Teaching & Learning: The Journal of Natural Learning, I (1). Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota.
Carini, P.F. (1987). On value in education (Occasional Paper), New York: City College Workshop Center.
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Carini, P.F. (1988). Another way of looking. Education for Democracy, (Jervis, K. and Tobier, A., Eds.). Weston, MA: The Cambridge School.
Carini, P.F. (1991). Honoring diversity/striving for inclusion. Progressive Education for the 1990s , (Jervis, K. and Montag, C., Eds.). New York: Teachers College Press.
Carini, P.F. (1994). Dear Sister Bess, an essay on standards, judgment and writing. In Assessing Writing, I (1) (Huot and Yancy, Eds). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp.
Carini, P.F. (2001). Starting strong: A different look at children, schools, and standards . New York: Teachers College Press.
Carini, P.F. (2005). Prospect’s documentary processes: Learning to see/learning to describe. In Holding values: What we mean by progressive education (B.S. Engel & A. Martin, Eds., pp. 170-175). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Carini, P.F. (2006). Vito Perrone and the struggle for democratic schools. In Teaching and Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry and Reflective Practice (K. Kershman & G. Olsen, Guest Eds.), 20, 32-45.
Carini, P.F., M. Himley, C. Christine, C. Espinosa, & J. Fournier (2010). Jenny’s Story: Taking the long view of the child . New York: Teachers College Press.
Chittenden, E., T.S. Salinger, & A.M. Bussis (2001). Inquiry into meaning: An investigation of learning to read . New York: Teachers College Press.
Cochran-Smith, M. & S. Lytle (Eds.) (1993). Inside/outside: Teacher research and knowledge . (pp. 30-33, 55-57, 94-95, 101-103). New York: Teachers College Press.
Donnelly, Susan. "Universal Power to Create (A Slide Show)." Art, Social Imagination, and Democratic Education. Spec. issue of Journal of Educational Controversy Vol. 5, No. 1 (Winter 2010). Online.
Engel, Brenda (1985). Considering children’s art: Why and how to value their works. National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Franklin, E.A. (1989). Encouraging and understanding the visual and written works of second-language children. In When they don’t all speak English: Integrating the ESC student into the regular classroom , (P. Riggs and V. Allen, Eds). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.
Hanhan, S. (1988). A qualitative and qualitatively different format for evaluation of student teachers. Action in Teacher Education , 10 (2).
Himley, M. (1989). A reflective conversation: “Tempos of meaning.” In Encountering student texts: Interpretive issues in reading student writing (B. Lawson, S.S. Ryan, & W.R. Winterowd, Eds., pp. 5-19). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.
Himley, M. (1991). Shared territory: Understanding children’s writing as works. New York: Oxford University Press.
Himley, M. (with Carini, P.F.) (Eds.) (2000). From another angle: Children’s strengths and school standards . New York: Teachers College Press.
Himley, M. (Ed.) (2010). Prospect’s Descriptive Processes: The child, the art of teaching, and the classroom and school. North Bennington, VT: Prospect Center.
Howard, J. (1989). On teaching, knowledge, and “middle ground.” Harvard Educational Review , Vol. 59, No. 2.
Kanevsky, R.D. (1993). Descriptive review of a child: A way of knowing about teaching and learning. In Inside/outside: Teacher research and knowledge , (M. Cochrane-Smith & S.L. Lytle, Eds., pp. 150-162). New York: Teachers College Press.
Kanevsky, R., L. Strieb, & B. Wice, (2005). A Philadelphia Story. In Holding values: What we mean by progressive education, (B.S. Engel & A. Martin, Eds., pp. 153-158). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Martin, A. (1981). The words in my pencil. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
The Prospect Review (1993-2008)
Schwartz, E. (1987). An over-repeating story, Teaching and Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry, 2(1), 12-20.
Schwartz, E. (1992). The round table: Emergent curriculum in a primary class. In Students teaching, teachers learning , (N.A. Branscomb, D. Goswami, & J.Schwartz, Eds., pp. 22-41). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Seletsky, A. (2010). A person and a process: Notes from a Prospector. In My name is Alice: Collected essays , (J. Andrias, Ed., pp. 61-71). Raleigh, NC: Lulu Enterprises (Lulu.com)
Strieb, L.Y. (1985). A (Philadelphia) teacher’s journal. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
Strieb, L.Y. (2010). Inviting families into the classroom: Learning from a life in teaching . New York: Teachers College Press.
Traugh, C., R. Kanevsky, A. Martin, A. Seletsky, K. Woolf, & L. Strieb (1986). Speaking out: Teachers on teaching. Grand Forks, ND: North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation.
Woolf, Karen (2003). Knowledge, inquiry, action: Teacher collaboration at Prospect Center’s Summer Institute. University of New Hampshire (dissertation).
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For other published and unpublished works see the Related Physical Collections. Some of these materials are housed at Special Collections, UVM.