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English and math teachers who took professional development courses online improved their instructional practices and boosted their subject knowledge scores, producing modest performance gains for their students.
By Lynch, Sharon A Warner, Laverne With appropriate planning, teachers can differentiate instruction to effectively meet the needs of a variety of learners. Carrie is looking forward to her second year of teaching third grade.
By Sencibaugh, Joseph M A review of the literature identifies content enhancement strategies used by general education and special education teachers, who collaborate and co-teach in science and social studies, for improving reading comprehension skills.
By Rob Novit, Aiken Standard, S.C. Aug. 5--The Aiken County School District's 25,000 students include about 1,100 for whom English is or will be their second language.
By Batt, Ellen G Since implementation of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) mandates, much attention has been focused on the education of the rapidly growing English language learners (ELLs) in U.S. schools. Disaggregated accountability reports for subgroups are required as a result of NCLB.
By Boon, Richard T Fore, Cecil III; Spencer, Vicky G The purpose of this study was to examine teachers' attitudes and perceptions toward the use of technology-based instruction (i.e., Inspiration 6 software) as an effective instructional strategy in inclusive social studies classes.
By Major, Elza M The low rate of academic achievement and high dropout rate among language minority youths in U.S. secondary schools has been a cause for concern and the subject of numerous publications (Fry 2003; Morse 2005; Ruiz-de-Velasco and Fix 2000).
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