Ambleside Library

Welcome to Ambleside Schools International Online Library.
Here you will find resources in books, articles, videos, CD's and DVD's in many different genres and for all age groups.

Please note that although ASI may not be in full agreement, we do believe that each author has some valuable knowledge to contribute to the subject in the following resources:.
If you do not see a resource here and would like us to review it please contact us we will consider all your suggestions. See the ASI Reading List here

Title Author Description
Jane E. Brody
Excessive use of computer games among young people in China appears to be taking an alarming turn and may have particular relevance for American parents whose children spend many hours a day focused on electronic screens.
David Benoit
Two activist shareholders want Apple to develop tools and research effects on young people of smartphone overuse and addiction.
Maura Deptula
Many students enter our classrooms with limited vocabulary and loads of catching up to do.
It’s happened to everyone.
Paul Lewis
Google, Twitter and Facebook workers who helped make technology so addictive are disconnecting themselves from the internet. Paul Lewis reports on the Silicon Valley refuseniks alarmed by a race for human attention.
Eduardo Briceño
A growth mindset is the understanding that personal qualities and abilities can change. It leads people to take on challenges, persevere in the face of setbacks, and become more effective learners.
Philip Yancy
I am going through a personal crisis.  I used to love reading.  I am writing this blog in my office, surrounded by 27 tall bookcases laden with some 5,000 books.
Susan Pinker
Leonard Sax
The Science Talent Search is the leading science competition for American high school students.
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras
Susan* bought her 6-year-old son John an iPad when he was in first grade. “I thought, ‘Why not let him get a jump on things?’ ” she told me during a therapy session.
Jessica Contrera
Max Cole, 6, flips bottles in the backyard of his Texas home. On YouTube, trends like bottle-flipping spread quickly among kids of all ages and locations and attract millions of views. (Erin Hull/For The Washington Post)
Bill Murphy Jr.
Stop praising them for their innate or God-given abilities, and instead focus on their effort.