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  • Socialization technique helps in academic achievement, trial study finds

    3/5/14 - Layton, Lyndsey

    A popular teaching technique to help elementary students develop emotional and social skills also leads to academic achievement, according to a study released Thursday. In a randomized, controlled trial that examined the technique known as Responsive Classroom, researchers found that children in classrooms where the technique was fully used scored significantly higher in math and reading tests than students in classrooms where it wasn’t applied.

  • Synthesis of research: What helps students learn? .

    1/1/93 - Wang, M.C., Haertel G., D., & Walberg, H.J.
  • The Achievement Gap--Do We Need a New Strategy?

    1/1/07 - Kulm, Gerald

    The writer proposes a new strategy for reducing the achievement gap in mathematics between minority students and their white peers. This approach would examine proven methods of improving minority student achievement and train teams of practitioners with expertise and practical experience in mathematics curriculum to move from district to district helping schools to implement these strategies.

  • The MILE Guide Milestones for Improving Learning and Education

    1/1/09 - Box, J., Burkhardt, G., Fadel, C., Hurley, K., Trilling, B., and Wilson, J. , Partnership for 21st Century Skills

    The MILE Guide helps districts determine where they are on the spectrum of 21st century skills integration and then use that information to plan a path for future work that brings 21st century skills in their systems of learning. No 21st century skills implementation can be successful without developing core academic subject knowledge and understanding among all students. Students who can think critically and communicate effectively must build on a base of core academic subject knowledge...

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    The Reflective Principal

    1/1/06 - Gail McGregor & Christine Salisbury

    This booklet was developed as part of the activities of the Principal’s Project, a federally funded grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs.The insights and strategies described in this booklet were derived from our direct involvement with principals in four states over a three year period. Our partnership with these principals involved gathering information to assist us in understanding the context, culture, and process of change in these...

  • Using Participant Feedback to Evaluate and Improve Quality in Mediation

    1/1/07 - Hedeen, T.

    Mediation has become both an effective means to address concerns related to special education and early intervention services throughout the country and an alternative to contentious and litigious methods of dispute resolution. The process of mediation holds great promise for assisting parents, children, advocates, education agencies, and others in developing appropriate solutions to a wide range of concerns. Evaluating a mediation program is important and helps ensure that services are...

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    Using strategy instruction to help struggling high schoolers understand what they read (Issues & Answers Report, REL 2007-No. 038)

    1/5/09 - Apthorp, H., Clark, T.

    This review sought to locate and summarize findings from rigorous, scientifically based studies of the effectiveness of strategy instruction-teaching students to use and articulate strategies that foster active, competent, self-regulated, and intentional learning-for helping struggling high school students improve their reading comprehension. The goal was to address information needs in the Central Region by identifying evidence-based practices intended to help high school teachers teach...

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    What is service learning: A guide for parents

    1/3/09 - Kaye, C.B.

    Service learning takes place in schools and youth groups across America. Service-learning connects classroom studies with the natural caring and concern young people have for their world. Service-learning allows young people to contribute to solving problems by helping others in their school community, their neighborhood, or around the world. When students apply what they are learning in ways that help others, the results are memorable. Students gain lessons that last a lifetime. While...

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    Working Dads: Final Report of the Fathers at Work Initiative

    1/23/09 - Shayne Spaulding, Jean Baldwin Grossman, Dee Wallace

    "During the past several decades, many efforts have focused on the crisis that lies at the intersection of proliferating single-parent households, absent fathers and poverty. In 2001, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation launched Fathers at Work to test approaches for helping young low-income noncustodial fathers provide for themselves and their children; the project was designed to inform practitioners and policymakers about effective interventions for this population. Six community-based...

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