The Maxwell Group aspires to share its experience, expertise, and enthusiasm with learners of any age.
In our view, learning is a lifelong adventure.
Our lives have always included books. From proofing accounting book galleys at the kitchen table, to penciling teacher manuals before computers were on every desk, developing and testing classroom activities as well as computer systems –-we’ve always been working on something intended for use
A book has pages that lie between a front and a back cover. At some point in time these pages are bounded by these covers. In common parlance, a book is linear in construction.
Websites also are intended for use by others. But unlike a book, a website structure evolves in length,
in breadth, and in depth. Logic, design, content, as well as time, talent, and price might constrain a website. But it is never bound like a book in a linear fashion.
The Maxwell Group website, tmgpubco.com has had various iterations. The experience is a fine
example of lifelong learning. The website continues to evolve but our books are bound, ready for
you, or any learner.
Additionally our first and classic teacher resource, The CompuResource Book is available from us as an eBook.
The Maxwell Group has established an Imprint: Earth Patch Press. Titles under this imprint are by
new authors and are General Non-fiction. (See Authors and Artists from the side bar on the left)
- Terry Burke Maxwell --a native Californian, B.A. in Math and M.A. in Education specialty in Instructional Technology from San Jose State University; California Standard Life credential for K-9 plus adult. Career: Teaching grades 3 - 8 and Community College;
Publishing experience full employment for ten years-- Editing, writing: el-math teacher manuals, textbooks, tests, and supplements; Computer industry tech writer and learning developer; several years free lance and self-publishing.
- Arthur D. Maxwell, Jr. -- a native Pennsylvanian, B.S. in Economics, Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, MBA from Santa Clara University. Career focused on the analysis, design and programming of computer financial systems. Years of employment in Silicon Valley followed by
consultant projects also in Silicon Valley as well as Sacramento Region.
- Joan E. Hughes co-author of The CompuResource Book, A Collection of Activities to Integrate Computers and Curriculum, 1994; Joan continues her career in higher education: PhD. Educational Psychology, Michigan State University; currently Associate Professor at University of Texas
in Austin in Curriculum & Instruction, and Instructional Technology.