Below you will find an ever-growing list of resources that I have studied and/or cited. The list is organized by subject and is formatted per CSU-Global APA Guidelines, but please be sure to double-check your citations. If you are looking at this page on a smart phone you've probably noticed that it is a disaster in some areas. I'm aware of it and can't really do anything about it. Unfortunately APA formatting doesn't work very well on this website a small screen. However, I have taken the time to hyperlink all web addresses for your convenience. I want to give credit where credit is due, so if you notice anything wrong please do me the favor of dropping me a line on my contact page.
One note on how I have cited certain textbooks in my work. As you may already know many textbooks and other materials are now available on Kindle and as of 2016 in many of those Kindle copies no page numbers are provided. I was informed by the CSU librarian in 2015 that Kindle texts should be referenced thusly: Chapter, Item, Governing section, Paragraph. For example (Be Demanding, Item 2, I help students set learning goals, para. 3).
I hope this list helps and I encourage you to make good use of some or all of these resources. Cheers!
General CSU-Global Campus Interactive Lecture Reference
Colorado State University-Global Campus. (2015). Module 5 - Interactive Lecture.
In OTL 502-Learning theories and models of instruction. (p. 3). Greenwood
American Statistical Association (List of websites for teachers)