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In most college impact models, student and institutional characteristics have substantial effects on student learning (Pascarella & Terenzini, 1991). The purpose of this study was to discover the impact of out-of-class experiences on outcomes of college attendance considered important by...
A microanalysis was completed of 3,003 oral reading error episodes during 72 small-group reading lessons involving 116 students in three second-grade and three third-grade classrooms. Factors were investigated that influenced (a) oral reading errors made by readers, (b) the readers' reactions to...
This article represents an attempt to examine the effects of a staff development program on the professional lives of four elementary teachers who participated in it. The program under study is the Teacher in Residence (TIR) partnership at the University of Alabama, which brings experienced...
Science, social science, literary studies, philosophy, and history have all encountered challenges to the notion of "objectivity" in the wake of the Kuhnian revolution. These challenges, which problematize knowledge itself, have revived interest in the pragmatist notion of knowledge based in a...
This paper examines two normative interpretations, professionalism and democracy, for recent work that argues against bureaucratic control of schooling and in favor of such reforms as decentralized management, a team approach to school operation, and more autonomy for teachers. It argues that a...
To investigate relationships between teaching and learning mathematics, the six second-grade classrooms in one school were observed regularly during the 12 weeks of instruction on place value and multidigit addition and subtraction. Two classrooms implemented an alternative to the more...
The effects of two models of active teaching and active learning on the mathematics achievement of 1,736fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students in 81 classrooms in which teachers used within-grade regrouping were compared: a whole-class model that provided for student diversity through ad hoc...
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