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Folder Volume 12

  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 1 - Winter 1993
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 2 - Spring 1993
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 3 - Summer 1993
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 4/Vol. 13, No. 1 - Fall 1993/Winter 1994

  • *Note: Beginning with Volume 12, the publication is renamed to Effective School Practices

    Documents

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 1 - Winter 1993 Popular

    • Focus: Heterogeneous Grouping and Curriculum Design
    • Research Synthesis: Is Ability Grouping Equitable?
    • Success Story: What Makes a Pullout Program Work?
    • The Forgotten Variable: Improving Academic Skills for Students with Serious Emotional Disturbances
    • Research Study: Remediating Reading and Thinking Skills of Elementary Students
    • Learning Disabilities: The Changing Landscape
    • Perspective: When Ability Grouping Makes Good Sense
    • Business Perspective: What Do We Get For Our School Dollars?
    • Business Perspective: Human Capital Around the World
    • News Brief: How the United States Ranks on International Tests of Math and Science
    • Perspective: Heterogeneous Grouping as a Discriminatory Practice
    • The Contributions of a Scientific/Business Perspective to Improving American Education
    • Beginning Reading for At-Risk Students: An International Perspective

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 2 - Spring 1993 Popular

    • From the Field: Oregon Watch
    • An Open Letter to the Oregon State Governing Bodies
    • To Superintendent Norma Paulus from Dr. Biglan
    • Child-Directed Teaching Methods: A Discriminatory Practice of Western Education
    • Achievement Effects of the Nongraded Elementary School: Summary of A Best Evidence Synthesis
    • Why Poor Children Fall Behind in Reading: What Schools Can Do About It
    • Skills and Other Dilemmas of a Progressive Black Educator
    • The Silenced Dialogue: Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People's Children
    • What Does "Developmentally Appropriate" Mean?
    • Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Appraising its Usefulness for Young Children with Disabilities
    • Clarifying the Developmental Perspective in Response to Carta, Schwartz, Atwater, and McConnell
    • Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Early Childhood Special Education: Bridging the Gap
    • Video Review - The Classroom Cure: A Medical Doctor Shows Educators How to Find What Works/About "Failing Grades": Redirecting Canada's Educational Debate
    • Influx of Immigrants Changes School Choice in Holland

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 3 - Summer 1993 Popular

    • Overview: Toward World Class Standards
    • Nongraded Primary: Important Questions and Research-Based Answers
    • Success Story: A Whole Lotta Learning Going On
    • Teacher Effectiveness Research: Towards Describing User-friendly Classroom Instruction
    • New Conceptualizations of Practice: Common Principles in Three Paradigms Suggest New Concepts for Training
    • Annotated Bibliography of Educational Research Syntheses
    • Phases in the Development of Meaningful Learning
    • A New Direction in the Fight Against Educational Discrimination
    • Charter Schools Offer Another Choice
    • Appraising Reforms: Working for Better Tools for Better Teaching
    • Using the Scientific Method in a Japanese Elementary School

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 12, No. 4/Vol. 13, No. 1 - Fall 1993/Winter 1994 Popular

    • A Poem: The Usurpers
    • Success Story: Direct Instruction Reaches Special-Needs Students
    • What's Worse: An Evil Conspiracy or a Very Bad Accident?
    • Sacrosanctity versus Science: Evidence and Educational Reform
    • Perspective: An Interbehavioral Approach to Teaching and Problem Solving in Education
    • International: When Will They Ever Learn?
    • Book Review: School's Out: The Catastrophe in Public Education and What We Can Do About It by Andrew Nikiforuk, 1993
    • Overview: Beginning Reading Instruction
    • Success Story: Beginning Reading for Bilingual Students
    • Romance and Reality
    • Reading Recovery: Educationally Sound and Cost Effective?
    • Do Word Processors Really Make Good Spellers Obsolete? No!
    • Common Reading Problems and Tools to Solve Them
    • Has Your Child Been Academically Abused in Reading?
    • International: Reading Instruction in Germany
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