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The quality of evaluation studies of the effects of bilingual education for language minority students, similar to the quality of educational evaluation in general, has been generally poor. This conclusion is based on the finding that, for the eight studies that reviewed the literature on the...
The process of teaching and learning lies at the very heart of education. The more one knows about this process, the better one will be able to influence its growth and direction. The attempt to better understand the teaching and learning process has traditionally been dominated by behaviorist...
I began this review with three objectives: (a) to determine whether recent learning-to-teach studies form a coherent body of literature, (b) to use any common themes that emerged from these studies to construct a model of professional growth for novice and beginning teachers, and (c) to draw...
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