EDUCATION RESOURCES: ANNOTATED LISTING 1930 to PRESENT: PREFACE
on each entry is what is available to the compiler. If you have
information or changes in on the items listed here;
to be added;
making the information more accessible,
is the explanation of the content of the columns, left to right.
is the primary title. Secondary titles are usually included as the
first notation under Description. Note that “The” and
“A/An” are moved to the end of the title listing.
is presented last name, first name. Generally all of the authors are
the publication date(s), with the latest listed first. Some items may
have gone through several printings and editions (revisions) on other
dates. The dates are based on the copies of material and other
information available. When material does not show a publication
date, an estimated date may be used and this date is also noted in
the Description (date and "c" for circa).
For entries for which dates are not known, this section has been left
presents details such as content, number of sessions for curriculum,
availability of leader guide or packets, notations about use, and
from where the material originally or presently may be available.
which the material applies are written in years, adding 5 to grade
levels for some materials. There are two numbers, indicating an age
range. Adults refers to over 18 years, although a few entries that
relate to young adults give actual ages over 18 years.
the arbitrary notation into which the material has been placed,
understanding that material may be included under various topics, and
that topics overlap. Some topics are abbreviated due to space, such
= Administration Philos. = Philosophy
= Celebrations RE = Religious Education
= Development Soc. Act. = Social Action
indicates where further information is available on the curriculum:
belongs to a specific series of collection of works, usually a
historical designation, such as the Beacon Series, New Beacon Series,
Beacon Science Series. A new series is the Beacon Press Discussion
Guides for Unitarian Universalist Congregations. These new guides are
designed as an option for Adult Religious Education. In addition,
items that are curriculum are noted.
= Location gives
location of additional information about the items, such as:
Bk = Unitarian
Universalist Bookstore. This information is taken from the latest
edition of the Bookstore catalog, essentially published in June.
Items in the June 2009 Bookstore catalog are noted by "B09".