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Folder Volume 14

  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 1 - Winter 1995
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 2 - Spring 1995
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 3 - Summer 1995
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 4 - Fall 1995

Documents

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 1 - Winter 1995 Popular

  • Lack of Professional Support and Control Undermines Education: A Contrasting Perspective from Health and Engineering
  • A Handbook for Site Councils to Use to Improve Teaching and Learning
  • The Mattawan, Michigan Model
  • A Teacher's Guide for Reading Research
  • A Comparison of Mathematics Achievement and Mathematics Attitudes of First and Second Graders Instructed with either a Discorvery-Learning Mathematics Curriculum or a Direct Instruction Curriculum

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 2 - Spring 1995 Popular

  • Focus: Research on General Education Teacher Planning and Adaptation for Students with Handicaps
  • A Context for Professional Growth and Change
  • Redirecting Planning to Change Practice
  • Redirecting Practice to Change Planning
  • Ways the School Culture Affects Teacher Planning
  • How Teachers Plan

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 3 - Summer 1995 Popular

  • Planning for a Direct Instruction Implementation
  • Placement Tests
  • Book Reviews - Phyllis Wilkin's Turning Our School Around: Seven Commonsense Steps to School Improvement

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 14, No. 4 - Fall 1995 Popular

  • The Changing Teacher
  • The Culinary Art of School Transformation
  • Affecting the Lives of Incarcerated Youth
  • An Analysis of The Bell Curve and Its Implications for Special Education
  • Can New Learning Technique Solve the Illiteracy Plague?
  • An Early Literacy Program: Preventing Failure
  • Seven Year Overview of Direct Instruction Programs Used in Basic Skills Classes at Big Piney Middle School
  • The Multiple Effects of Whole Language, Precision Teaching, and Direct Instruction on First-Grade Story-Reading
  • Fact Sheet: Preventing Reading Failure
  • Research on the Effects of Direct Instruction on the Higher Level Thinking of Students with Disailities
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