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General educational theory and practice; middle school and high school education; and topics such as curriculum, instruction, learning, tests, and measurements.

Everyday Math 4 - Online Demo Edition

Reference Sources for K-12 Students

These electronic reference sources are designed for K-12 students only. College students should not use these for research papers or projects. Instead, Urban Teacher Program students and faculty should use these resources in designing curricula, lesson plans and more.

Find Popular K-12 Literature: Picture Books, Middle Grade & Young Adult Stories

Databases for K-12 Students

These databases are designed specifically for K-12 students, not college students. College students should not cite these sources in research papers or projects. Instead, students and faculty in the Urban Teacher Program should use the materials in these databases to design lesson plans, assignments and more. Most of these databases are also available to the general public in Minnesota via the Electronic Library of Minnesota (

"Characters Who Look Like Me"

Over Zoom, Mariam Mohamed and Sean Stewart read from their published picture books and discussed their journeys to creating children's literature that reflect the local communities where they live and teach.

This virtual reading and discussion with the authors took place and was recorded on February 17, 2021.