by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||DHEW publication -- no. (OE) 72-88|
|Contributions||National Center for Educational Communication (U.S.), United States. Office of Education. Office of Program Planning and Evaluation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
Inequality by Design, Cracking the Bell Curve Myth, Claude Fischer, Michael Hout, Martin Sanchez Jankowski, Samuel Lucas, Ann Swidler, Kim Voss, Princeton University Press, , pp. A number of books now claim to discredit The Bell Curve, published in by Charles Murray and Richard most serious and non-hysterical critique is . 93 Traces Where Politics and Evaluation Research Meet CAROL H. WEISS Carol H. Weiss - Professor, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA TRACES are what evaluators left behind—discoveries, records, tracks—which made marks on the profession of program hed here are excerpts from our past (e.g., articles, . A cooperative learning model in which students work in four- or five-member teams, as in STAD. Instead of each student being assigned a unique section, all students read a common text, such as a book chapter, a short story, or a biography, and then each student receives a topic on which they return to their teams to teach what they have learned. With this technique, teachers model and students mimic whole-body responses while speaking new vocabulary. Colorín Colorado (a) gives this example of a script that teachers could use to help students practice new vocabulary: "Take out your math book. Put it on your desk. Put it on your head. Put it under the chair. Hold it in your left hand.".
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