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Students acquire knowledge of concepts through observation and experience or through instruction. Students with disabilities often have difficulty acquiring concepts through experience and observation, making concept instruction a vital component of special and remedial education curricula. This...
An increasing Hispanic population, with its diverse academic needs, presents a challenge for public schools. The lack of available bilingual and other appropriately trained personnel who can effectively interact with Spanish-speaking students and parents magnifies this challenge, especially when...
Research indicates that when educators involve them in the educational process, parents can be instrumental in promoting their children's academic and social progress. Most strategies and programs to solicit parental involvement have been designed to serve families who are English speaking, have...
With the significant attention given to the American educational system by national commissions and reports in the 1980s, a variety of practices have come under review. One such practice is the role of homework in the curriculum. Findings that American students at the secondary level generally...
Disenchantment with traditional assessment procedures has prompted an examination of alternative assessment procedures that accurately and adequately measure student learning (Cross, 1990). In view of this significant concern over better assessment approaches, the present article examines the...
Variability of prevalence data for the category of gifted and talented was examined with respect to two alternative explanations: definitional differences and differences in the application of definitions. State-adopted definitions of giftedness were analyzed, as were guidelines for student...
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