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One Book One GSE 2021-2022 : Radical Equations / Robert P. Moses & Charles Cobb: Home

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The book : Radical Equations

The author : Robert P. Moses

Book reviews : Radical Equations

Getting started in researching Radical Equations and educational equalization in math

Literature reviews

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Annotated Bibliographies

These articles describe books, book chapters, and articles that discuss a topic. The articles are arranged in topical sections, each section with a brief narrative introduction. Each book, book chapter, or article has a note that explains its inclusion in the annotated bibliography. Entries have links to Franklin Catalog, to Penntext, or to other available fulltext.

Finding books on Radical Equations and educational equalization in math

Franklin Catalog identifies books, journals, videos, and sound recordings - in print and electronic formats - available for you to read.

Penn Libraries books similar to Radical Equations.

How does that search work?

Franklin Catalog uses Library of Congress subject headings and subject heading subdivisions to describe books, videos, and audio recordings.

Several subject heading clusters describe the topics covered by Radical Equations:

Algebra Mathematical Ability
Arithmetic Mathematical Fluency
Geometry Mathematics

[You could substitute Engineering, Technology, and other terms if you wanted to explore other school-taught subjects.]

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Inclusive Education
Education, Urban Multicultural Education
Educational Equalization Study and Teaching


African Americans Minorities
Civil Rights Minority Students
Social Justice  


Combine these subject headings using OR for synonyms, gather the synonym groups within parentheses, and separate the synonym groups with AND.

And here's the resulting Franklin Catalog keyword expert search:

subject:(minorit* OR "african americans" OR "social justice" OR "civil rights") AND subject:(algebra OR mathematic* OR arithmetic OR geometry) AND subject:("study and teaching" OR "education urban" OR "inclusive education" OR "multicultural education" OR "educational equalization" OR "culturally relevant pedagogy")

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