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The effectiveness of a conflict resolution program was examined in a rural K-8 public school in Ontario, Canada. Participants were 111 students in two seventh- and two eighth-grade classes. The two independent variables were (a) the presence versus the absence of the integration of conflict...
Schools in the United States serve a large and increasing number of Spanish-speaking students who are making the transition to English language literacy. This study examines one aspect of the transition to English literacy, namely, how Spanish-speaking students spell English words. Samples of 38...
Professional community among teachers, the subject of a number of recent major studies, is regarded as an ingredient that may contribute to the improvement of schools. The research reported in this article is grounded in the assumption that how teachers interact with each other outside of their...
This article reports the results of a study that compared the strategies used by three different groups of upper secondary school students to regulate their own learning processes: Australian students, Japanese students at school in Japan, and Japanese students studying in Australian schools....
The relationships among teachers' task environments, more general characteristics of school organizational climates, and teachers' professional and organizational commitments were examined. Data were derived from the 1987-1988 National Center for Education Statistics Schools and Staffing Survey;...
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