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Folder Volume 17

  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 1 - Winter 1998
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 3 - Winter 1999
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 4 - Spring 1999

Documents

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 1 - Winter 1998 Popular

  • No Excuses: Houston Principal Thaddeus Lott Puts Failing Schools to Shame
  • Myths and Truths About Direct Instruction
  • Utah Schools Need Solutions, Not "Holy Wars"
  • Direct Instruction at Davenport School in Genoa, Illinois
  • Promising Programs for Raising Student Achievement: A Resource Guide for Redesigning Low-Performing Schools
  • Abstract from What Works in Education
  • A Review of War Against the Schools' Academic Child Abuse by Siegfried Engelmann

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 3 - Winter 1999 Popular

  • Sometimes, Phonics Sucks
  • Building Brains
  • Response to "The High/Scope Preschool Curriculum Comparison Study Through Age 23"
  • Parents' Guide to Good Reading Instruction
  • Phonemic Awareness in Reading Mastery
  • Using the Preschool Age as a Developmental Leverage to Prevent Behavior Problems with Early Screening and Intervention
  • Reading To Or Reading With Children?
  • Using Parents as Early REading Instructors: A Preliminary Investigation
  • Academic Preschool Beginning at Age 2: Educational and Social Effects
  • When You've Heard It All Before And Still Can't Read
  • Miscure Analysis: A Critique

pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 17, No. 4 - Spring 1999 Popular

  • Discipline and Behavioral Support: Practices, Pitfalls and Promises
  • Effective Behavior Support: Strengthening School-Wide Systems Though a Team-Based Approach
  • Effective Behavior Support: Designing Setting-Specific Interventions
  • Using Data to Guide Decisions about Program Implementation and Effectiveness: An Overview and Applied Example
  • Universal School Discipline Strategies: Facilitating Positive Learning Environments
  • Providing Administrative Leadership for Effective Behavior Support: Ten Strategies for Principals
  • Individualizing School-Wide Discipline for Students with Chronic Problem Behaviors: A Team Approach
  • Awards: The 1998 National Direct Instruction Conference at Eugene
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