Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: What's the Best Education-Related Book You've Read This Year?
- It's really, really good! I read in order to write the theoretical basis of my Teaching Project. It helps me a lot!
From: Elizabeth Hanson-Smith <ehansonsmi@...>
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2008 6:09:02 PM
Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: What's the Best Education-Related Book You've Read This Year?
I hope someone has read the book Joy Egbert and I edited last year and
feels it's worth a mention. It's CALL Environments: Research,
Practice, and Critical Issues, 2nd edition. (Alexandria, VA: TESOL).
It's filled with Webhead contributions!
> --- In evonline2002_ webheads@ yahoogroups. com, laferlazzo@ wrote:[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > Hi, Everybody,
> > On my blog, I���d like to compile a list of The Best Education-
> Related Books
> > That Have Been Read In 2008. If you'd like to share your pickes,
> you can email
> > me directly or share it on the listserv. It seems to me that
> many might
> > find this useful.
> > In my thinking about this list, the books could have been
> published earlier.
> > The only requirement would be that you���ve read them sometime
> this year.
> > They might not be obviously connected to education ���" just
> briefly explain how
> > it is connected in your mind.
> > If you'd like to contribute (and wouldn't mind me giving
> you "credit" on my
> > blog post), it would be great if you could leave the title of the
> book; author���
> > s name; why you like the book (or books) so much ���" please keep
> > explanation to no more than two or three sentences.
> > Thanks!
> > Larry Ferlazzo
> > Luther Burbank High School
> > Sacramento, CA
> > _http://larryferlazz o.edublogs. org/_
> (http://larryferlazz o.edublogs. org/)