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Math Remediation For The College Bound

Author: Daryao Khatri
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 1610483685
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Algebra is the language that must be mastered for any course that uses math because it is the gateway for entry into any science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) discipline. This book fosters mastery of critical math and algebraic concepts and skills essential to all of the STEM disciplines and some of the social sciences.

A Teaching Guide To Revitalizing Stem Education

Author: Daryao Khatri
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 1610484495
Size: 37.14 MB
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A useful guide for both high school teachers and postsecondary faculty, this book explains how to organize, arrange, and streamline STEM content so that it is approachable, understandable, and applicable for students. Likewise, this guide discusses important classroom management skills and pedagogical techniques that will help students master these critical subjects. Providing and explaining over a dozen lesson plans, A Teaching Guide to Revitalizing STEM Education will encourage educators to effectively optimize the recent emphases on science, technology, engineering, and math education.

Psychology Applied To Teaching

Author: Jack Snowman
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111298114
Size: 11.90 MB
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This text has received wide acclaim for its applied, practical, and student-oriented approach to educational psychology, which demonstrates how complex psychological theories apply to the everyday experiences of in-service teachers. Coverage of educational psychology is framed so that the aspiring and developing teachers who read it can see themselves as engaged learners: professionals who continuously seek, find, and test better ways to help their students succeed. PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO TEACHING, 13th Edition, combines fresh concepts and contemporary research with long-standing theory and applications to create a textbook that addresses the needs of today’s teachers and students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Proceedings

Author: William C. Ryan
Publisher: National Educational Computing
ISBN:
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The papers presented at the 1989 National Educational Computing Conference focused on ways of using technology to improve educational quality. Topics of the 50 papers and more than 120 abstracts provided in these proceedings include applications of artificial intelligence and the development of expert systems; authoring systems; using the computer and spreadsheets to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills; computer conferencing; computer networks; computer simulations; teaching programming skills; use of computer technology to assist at-risk students and those with disabilities; computers for math, science, and equity; using the Logo programming language; integrating computers into Star Schools; the Apple Classroom of Tomorrow; inservice training for teachers using computers in the classroom; using word processing programs in teaching writing; videodisk and hypertext (HyperCard) applications; and the use of telecommunications. An author index is included. (GL)

Handbook Of Research On Educational Leadership For Equity And Diversity

Author: Linda C. Tillman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135128421
Size: 36.75 MB
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The rapid growth of diversity within U.S. schooling and the heightened attention to the lack of equity in student achievement, school completion, and postsecondary attendance has made equity and diversity two of the principle issues in education, educational leadership, and educational leadership research. The Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for Equity and Diversity is the first research-based handbook that comprehensively addresses the broad diversity in U.S. schools by race, ethnicity, culture, language, gender, disability, sexual identity, and class. The Handbook both highly values the critically important strengths and assets that diversity brings to the United States and its schools, yet at the same time candidly critiques the destructive deficit thinking, biases, and prejudices that undermine school success for many groups of students. Well-known chapter authors explore diversity and related inequities in schools and the achievement problems these issues present to school leaders. Each chapter reviews theoretical and empirical evidence of these inequities and provides research-based recommendations for practice and for future research. Celebrating the broad diversity in U.S. schools, the Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for Equity and Diversity critiques the inequities connected to that diversity, and provides evidence-based practices to promote student success for all children.

Bridging The Gap

Author: Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
Publisher: Univ Texas at Austin Lyndon B
ISBN:
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Recognizing the difficult time most youths face in finding a good job after high school graduation, the Austin (Texas) Independent School District developed strategies to improve the transition. A high level of collaborative activity was already underway in Austin between the school district and the community, but most programs had been started without linkage to each other or to the curriculum or instructional practices. Recommendations were made to design a system that would do the following: (1) improve career foundations (enhanced basic skills, thinking skills, personal traits, and career awareness and exploration for all youth; to develop learning and training records and career passports to document and signal career foundations, achievements, and experience); and (2) develop learning and training paths from high school into career opportunities in the workplace. Key principles underlying this strategy are to improve communication between industry and school personnel and to link work opportunities to effort and achievement in school, thereby strengthening incentives for students to learn. A proposal was made to implement the program with one school feeder school system in the district as a model. (Contains 189 references.) (KC)

Christian Home Educators Curriculum Manual

Author: Cathy Duffy
Publisher: Home Run Enterprises
ISBN: 9780929320083
Size: 70.61 MB
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Cathy Duffy draws upon her many years of home education experience, both in teaching and researching curriculum, to bring us the most thorough and useful book available on teaching teenagers at home.