Latest Educational philosophy Stories
By Edmonds, Christopher T Edmonds, Thomas P ABSTRACT: To investigate whether student response system (SRS) technology increases student exam performance, we conduct a quasi- experiment using six introductory managerial accounting courses.
ETA/Cuisenaire announces a special deal on VersaTiles(R), its exclusive self-correcting, independent student practice system designed to build essential skills and improve test scores in math, science and reading.
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a column about supporting schools by supporting levies. But that is not the only way adults need to support education. Whether you are a parent, stepparent, significant other of a parent, grandparent or other relative -- by supporting your schools, you support children.
By Dallimore, Elise J Hertenstein, Julie H; Platt, Marjorie B Abstract. This research project examines students' reactions to in-class discussion as an instructional technique by investigating the effect of participation practices on communication-based skill development.
By Thiry, Heather Laursen, Sandra L; Hunter, Anne-Barrie ABSTRACT Involvement of scientists in education is essential to strengthen quality and access to US science education at the K-12 and higher levels.
Alex Aiken, a director of comms at Westminster City Council Congratulations are due to the students basking in their A-level achievements today, but those communicating the education agenda need to do some serious remedial work.
TEACHERS will be given the chance to brush up on the latest techniques for improving children's literacy at a conference in the Capital later this week.
By Lardner, Emily Malnarich, Gillies Why the Pedagogy of Intentional Integration Matters Everyone is entitled to an education of quality.
By Heitzmann, Ray The author argues that case study instruction should be a central component to teacher preparation programs. It is a pedagogy that offers many opportunities and strategies for perspective teachers to gain insight into events that occur within the school and classroom.
By Conderman, Greg Bresnahan, Val With a focus on concepts and principles, teachers can lead students in diverse classrooms in the efficient and broad acquisition of knowledge.
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