2 edition of Evaluating the elementary school found in the catalog.
Evaluating the elementary school
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Commission on Research and Service.
1951 in Atlanta .
Written in English
|Statement||A publication of the Southern Association"s cooperative study in elementary education.|
|LC Classifications||LB2823 .S68|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||53000894|
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The purpose here is to estimate how well each activity addresses the targeted learning goal from the perspective of what is known about student learning and effective teaching. They must also assess how well a textbook's instructional design effectively supports the attainment of those specified learning goals. Find a tool that will Give instruction in speaking and listening. Earlier this year, Project released the results of an evaluation of middle school--grades 6 through mathematics textbooks using its curriculum-materials analysis procedure. The process can be applied to any K school subject for which well-defined learning goals have been agreed upon.
It reveals how well a textbook can support teachers in their efforts to help students learn specific ideas and skills, specifically those in nationally accepted standards and benchmarks. Overall, the evaluation yielded both good news and bad. NCES Ask children to summarize the book, highlighting major events, without giving away the ending of the book. Rubrics remove some subjectivity from grading by setting clear guidelines for what constitutes success. In both subjects, Project looked specifically at middle grades because data on poor student performance from the Third International Mathematics and Science Study and other research indicate that the middle school curriculum requires urgent attention.
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Grouws, D. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, Promoting Student Thinking. Education Update, Vol. The following learning goals were used for content analysis in the middle grades mathematics textbook evaluations.
Owens, D. The Project procedure is based on the assumption that an in-depth examination of the quality of a material's treatment of a few, carefully selected, learning goals is more revealing than a superficial look at many learning goals. Interlibrary loan requests will be filled at the discretion of the school librarian.
Research ideas for the classroom: Middle grades mathematics. And choose they do. Host a Favorite Book Party for children to share titles of their favorite books.
New York: Mac-millan Roseman, J. Encourage children to find a favorite quotation from the book and then write it down on the page. A splintered vision: An investigation of U.
Back to top of page The audience reading level can be inferred by the use of more specialized language. National Education Goals Panel. Project 's Professional Development Programs department offers a workshop that takes participants through the essential steps of the curriculum-materials analysis procedure.
The following mathematics textbook series were reviewed: Connected Mathematics.
Find a tool that will Give instruction in speaking and listening. Keep rubrics as specific as possible but do not make them too long.Evaluating Online Resources; Elementary. Why PCE? Weekly Newsletters; Elementary School Handbook; Accelerated Reader Book List; High School.
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Evaluating the School Performance of Elementary and Middle School Children of Incarcerated Parents A dissertation presented to the faculty of the Department of Community Health East Tennessee State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Public Health by Melissa F.
Neal, MPH December Dr. Rob Pack, Chair Dr. Randolph Wykoff Dr. Tim Aldrich Keywords. Books shelved as elementary: Charlotte's Web by E.B. White, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, Harry Potte.
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