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Word processing has been widely endorsed as one of the most promising uses of microcomputers in the elementary school curriculum. This article reviews the burgeoning literature that pertains to word processing and writing in elementary classrooms by constructing five major propositions that cut...
This article reviews the literature on social responsibility and academic achievement. Both theoretical and empirical work suggest that student social responsibility is not only a valued outcome in and of itself but that it can be instrumental in the acquisition of knowledge and the development...
This review criticizes and summarizes case studies, cost-effectiveness estimates, surveys, and experiments conducted in primary and secondary education in low- and moderate-income countries. It further summarizes research syntheses (meta-analyses) and reviews in advanced countries. Taken as a...
This article is a critique of the claim that knowledge alone can account for the variance of memory and development. There are two parts: a brief historical sketch of the movement towards a knowledge-based view of memory and development and a discussion of some of its problems. The problems...
We conducted a meta-analysis of both classroom and laboratory studies of the effects of expecting a recall, recognition, essay, multiple-choice or true-false test on students' subsequent achievement. In laboratory studies, studying with a recall set produced strong positive effect sizes for both...
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