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Student Teaching: Curriculum Library

About the Curriculum Library

The Curriculum Library contains materials of primary interest to student teachers. It consists of three sub-collections: professional materials, juvenile literature, and manipulatives.

Materials are arranged by Library of Congress call number according to subject; consult the list below to locate books according to content area:
      Social Studies: B–KF
     General Instruction Materials: L–LT 
     Foreign Languages: P–PC
     English: PN–PZ
     ESOL: PE
     Science/Mathematics:  Q–QR

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Use this box to search the Geisel Library catalog for books and other materials in the library collection.


  • group search terms for your topic and content areas with OR (space or science / lincoln or history)
  • use broad terms to limit by grade level (elementary, middle school, high school, secondary)
  • use the * to find the root of a word with variant endings (math* for math, mathematics, mathematical)

Professional Books

Books shelved in the Professional Resources section of the Curriculum Library are written for the practicing educator to utilize. Topics covered include assessment, curriculum planning, classroom management, lesson plan creation, differentiation, and legal issues in all of the content areas.

Juvenile Books

Books shelved in our Juvenile literature collection include both fiction and non-fiction that are written, published, and marketed for a K-12 audience. As education students you can use this collection to get familiar with the latest K-12 titles and reacquaint yourself with classic works in children's literature.


Materials classified as manipulatives including but not limited to - kits, games, and posters are shelved in the Juvenile Reading Room.