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The issues concerning teachers’ beliefs about and use of retention were explored in a qualitative study. Clinical interviews with teachers, participant observation in kindergarten classes, analysis of documents, and interviews with parents revealed that teachers’ beliefs about the development of...
In this paper, we use the nationally representative “High School and Beyond” (National Center for Education Statistics [NCES], 1983) data to examine the relationship between a wide range of values that stress the notion of responsibility and high school students’ achievement test scores, grades,...
Precollege schools use their computers predominantly for drill and practice in arithmetic. It has been shown by research to be the most effective application of CAI (Computer-Assisted Instruction). The present study used naturalistic methods to examine differential effectiveness of CAI in...
This study assessed strategy differences between good and poor readers during reading comprehension assessments employing a text-lookback condition. Sixty good and 60 poor readers read expository passages and responded to free-response items tapping text-explicit information (stated directly in...
Two types of school-based programs were implemented to facilitate the social integration of normal children and children with severe mental handicaps. The programs were a Special Friends program (Voeltz et al., 1983) and a Peer Tutoring program (Kohl, Moses, & Stettner-Eaton, 1984; Stainback,...
This study examined second-, fourth-, and sixth-grade children’s abilities to recall and to answer questions concerning character motives after listening to or reading nine fables that were divided equally, according to the explicitness of the character motive, into three categories: textually...
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