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Adaptive Tools and Technology for Teaching Visually Impaired Students Algebra and Geometry

Adaptive Tools and Technology for Teaching Visually Impaired Students Algebra and Geometry

Adaptive Tools and Technology for Teaching Visually Impaired Students Algebra and Geometry AER LOOM : Weaving a Tapestry of Services 2002 AER International Conference Toronto, Ontario, Canada July 17-21, 2002 Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired

By lotus
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Teaching Metacognition

Teaching Metacognition

Teaching Metacognition Marsha C. Lovett, Ph.D. Lovett@cmu.edu Trojan Horse Metacognitive Lesson: Check your assumptions! Titanic Metacognitive Lesson: Know your weaknesses! Maginot Line Metacognitive Lesson: Know when to adapt! Critically important, yet overlooked

By oshin
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Group Work and Collaboration in a Large Classroom

Group Work and Collaboration in a Large Classroom

Group Work and Collaboration in a Large Classroom Western Civilization I Carole Adams History Introduction – What are the issues? How to transform an introductory general ed course (Western Civ I) for a large classroom

By emily
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International Baccalaureate

International Baccalaureate

International Baccalaureate. Gunn High School. IB Program. For the past year, Gunn High School has been exploring the possibility of becoming an International Baccalaureate school. . IB Overview.

By Samuel
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Direct Instruction

Direct Instruction

Direct Instruction. EDU 6303 Edwin D. Bell. Rationale. “Although the research on direct instruction models has had mixed conclusions, most researchers agree that the main elements of these models are essential minimum skills that all teachers should have” (Slavin, 2006, p. 226). Objective.

By angelina
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Peer Editing:

Peer Editing:

Peer Editing:. The Art of Helping Your Students Help Themselves. Why Peer Edit?. Why Peer Edit?. Positive impact on editor’s writing. Why Peer Edit?. Positive impact on editor’s writing Positive impact on writer’s writing. Why Peer Edit?. Positive impact on editor’s writing

By madge
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ELL Strategies Lupina Vela

ELL Strategies Lupina Vela

ELL Strategies Lupina Vela. ELL Strategies.

By cira
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Effective Teachers and At-Risk/Highly Mobile Students

Effective Teachers and At-Risk/Highly Mobile Students

Effective Teachers and At-Risk/Highly Mobile Students. 2007 NAEHCY Conference November 11, 2007 Leslie W. Grant James H. Stronge Patricia A. Popp Diana Bowman. What is the significance of this study?. Moving from Access to Academics Addressing the Achievement Gap

By idalee
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Issues for Increasing Graduation Rates and Preparing Students for Postsecondary Studies and Careers

Issues for Increasing Graduation Rates and Preparing Students for Postsecondary Studies and Careers

Issues for Increasing Graduation Rates and Preparing Students for Postsecondary Studies and Careers. Gene Bottoms Senior Vice President Southern Regional Education Board gene.bottoms@sreb.org. What are some key facts for Delaware?. Graduation Rates (2006) Neighboring States.

By hang
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SCRI Coaching: What’s It All About?

SCRI Coaching: What’s It All About?

SCRI Coaching: What’s It All About?. Kris Gillaspy White Knoll Middle School West Columbia, SC. Coach as Learner. South Carolina Reading Initiative State Study Professional Development Graduate Level Courses. SCRI State Study. SCRI State Study. Two days State Study monthly/Four years

By nerys
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TEACHING STUDENTS TO READ INFORMATIONAL TEXT

TEACHING STUDENTS TO READ INFORMATIONAL TEXT

TEACHING STUDENTS TO READ INFORMATIONAL TEXT. Reference: What Research Has To Say About Reading Instruction, by Alan E. Farstrup (2002). Advocate for the explicit development of reading strategies that enable students to think and learn with texts

By raiden
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Building Learning Communities

Building Learning Communities

Building Learning Communities. Chapter Two. Basic Principles I. 1. The measure of good teaching is how well the students learn to learn. 2. So, while they are with us, we need to build them into an inquiring, collaborating, caring community.

By gili
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Strong Libraries, Strong Scores The Impact of School Libraries & Librarians on Academic Achievement

Strong Libraries, Strong Scores The Impact of School Libraries & Librarians on Academic Achievement

Strong Libraries, Strong Scores The Impact of School Libraries & Librarians on Academic Achievement. Keith Curry Lance RSL Research Group Louisville, Colorado. Outline. Background States involved, Info Power context Results Library predictors of academic achievement

By fauna
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Teaching Individual Words: One Size Does Not Fit All!

Teaching Individual Words: One Size Does Not Fit All!

Teaching Individual Words: One Size Does Not Fit All!. mommy. scowl. placid. a. annoy. Michael F. Graves University of Minnesota, Emeritus mgraves@umn.edu IRA Annual Convention Atlanta, Georgia May, 2008. u n d i g n i f i e d. the. antidisestablishmentarianism. kitty. FLAGRANT.

By kerry
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Benefits for Private School Students and Teachers from Title II, Part A

Benefits for Private School Students and Teachers from Title II, Part A

Benefits for Private School Students and Teachers from Title II, Part A. Anne Arundel County Public Schools March 3, 2005. ESEA as Reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act Private School Participation.

By tracey
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Using The Office to Teach Business Ethics

Using The Office to Teach Business Ethics

Using The Office to Teach Business Ethics. Robert G. DelCampo , Ph.D. Anderson School of Management University of New Mexico. Summary. Deliver a lecture that your students will remember by connecting business e thics concepts to a pop culture sitcom your students are sure to know .

By mala
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Goods and Services

Goods and Services

Goods and Services. 1 st Grade Social Studies. C. Stephens Williston School District 29. What are goods ?. things people make, can be touched or held. Examples of Goods. What are services ?. things people do for other people. Examples of Services. getting hair cut.

By elie
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Using NAEP Assessment Items Instructionally: Teaching Students to Be Strategic

Using NAEP Assessment Items Instructionally: Teaching Students to Be Strategic

Using NAEP Assessment Items Instructionally: Teaching Students to Be Strategic. Jeanne Foy, NAEP State Coordinator. Organization. Part I: Introduction to Using Assessment Items Part II: Why Use Assessment Items for Instruction? Part III: Web Resources NAEP Released Items

By eileen
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The Age of Genocide

The Age of Genocide

The Age of Genocide. Exploring 20 th century genocides. A crime without a name….

By russell
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QMU’s Approach to Plagiarism (including using Turnit in UK)

QMU’s Approach to Plagiarism (including using Turnit in UK)

QMU’s Approach to Plagiarism (including using Turnit in UK). Jim Sharp - Centre for Academic Practice Hotline - plagiarism@qmu.ac.uk. Overview. Avoiding plagiarism How to cite/reference QMU approach to plagiarism Using TurnitinUK Originality reports Support web sites.

By vivi
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