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    Changes in laws, significance of beginning teachers, classroom goals, curriculum reform, instructional principles.

    Introduction The purpose of this paper is to present a review of multicultural education. In this regard, the focus is upon delineating those basic ... more
    5 pages | 11 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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    Analyzes changes in schooling after fall of Soviet Union, curriculum, reforms, ideology, aims & theories, administration, teaching methods, structure, special education, compared to U.S.

    TRANSITION FROM SOVIET TO RUSSIAN EDUCATION Introduction This research examines the transitions in education from the late-period of the Russian Sovie... more
    15 pages | 9 sources | 31 citations | APA citation style

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    Definition, purpose, advantages, examples, training, organization.

    INTRODUCTION Community policing is a program being instituted in more and more police departments across the country, and it requires special trainin... more
    11 pages | 8 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

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    Examines problems, evolving theories & techniques, examples, problem-centered instruction, curriculum, measuring performance, teaching standards, proposes field trip to encourage problem solving.

    In response to unacceptable levels of mathematics achievement in the United States many groups with an interest in the teaching of mathematics have ca... more
    14 pages | 15 sources | 29 citations | APA citation style

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    Background, evolutuion of theory & method, focusing on whole language vs. phonics-based Distar approach. Abstract.

    Abstract There are competing schools of thought on how to teach reading in the public schools today. Before the beginning of the 20th century, readi... more
    9 pages | 7 sources | 19 citations | APA citation style

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    Educational instructional strategies. Modes of delivery within the context of the ZPD as it relates to the Information Age. Concepts of linear and non-linear instruction. Pitfalls. Discusses how teachers can utilize technology. Vygotsky's ZPD theory and the education of children.

    ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT: THE USE OF LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR INSTRUCTION IN TODAY’S WORLD Introduction According to Stripling (1999), the term ... more
    11 pages | 7 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

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    This analysis of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act is based on an interview with a high school principal. The paper discusses a number of ways in which NCLB has impacted administrators, schools, teachers, students and parents. Changes to curriculum delivery, impact on teacher morale, and additional requirements on educators due to NCLB are also addressed.

    The No Child Left Behind Act Introduction The inferior academic performance of many public high schoolstudents led to greater pressure on educators to... more
    5 pages | APA citation style

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    This paper discusses Peter Frank’s (1999) article on reflective teaching. It then presents a discussion of this writer’s teaching philosophy and develops a mission statement that aligns with the reflective teaching model. Five goals are developed for the coming year that will help promote teaching that fulfills the stated mission.

    Reflective Teaching Introduction This paper discusses Peter Frank's article on reflectiveteaching It then presents a discussion of this writer's teach... more
    4 pages | 7 sources | 7 citations | APA citation style

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    "A Model of Academic Enablers and Elementary Reading/Language ArtsAchievement"

    Article Critiques A Model of Academic Enablers and Elementary Reading Language ArtsAchievement DiPerna Volpe and Elliott provided an analysis of model... more
    4 pages | 4 sources | 4 citations | APA citation style

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    This analysis provides information on effective English Language Learner (ELL) instructional strategies that incorporate the give main components of ELL instruction: 1) comprehensible input; 2) ongoing, specific feedback; 3) grouping structures and techniques; 4) building background and vocabulary development; and 5) student engagement.

    English Language Learners Introduction For any instructional strategy to be effective it must be linked tothe needs and interests of students at vario... more
    4 pages | 3 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

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