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Pdp/Academic Excellence Workshops In Mathematics, M. Catharine Hudspeth Dec 1989

Pdp/Academic Excellence Workshops In Mathematics, M. Catharine Hudspeth

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Education Is For The Students' Future, Hassler Whitney Dec 1989

Education Is For The Students' Future, Hassler Whitney

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


The Visits Of Hassler Whitney To Brazil: Hassler Whitney, In Memoriam, Ubiratan D'Ambrosio Dec 1989

The Visits Of Hassler Whitney To Brazil: Hassler Whitney, In Memoriam, Ubiratan D'Ambrosio

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Mathematics Appreciation: A Humanities Course, Thomas L. Bartlow Dec 1989

Mathematics Appreciation: A Humanities Course, Thomas L. Bartlow

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Tapping Creativity And Ingenuity Of Liberal Arts Majors In A Math Course, Helen Christensen Dec 1989

Tapping Creativity And Ingenuity Of Liberal Arts Majors In A Math Course, Helen Christensen

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Lessons From Cognitive Theory For Teaching Mathematical Modeling To Freshmen, Richard H. Elderkin Dec 1989

Lessons From Cognitive Theory For Teaching Mathematical Modeling To Freshmen, Richard H. Elderkin

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Introducing Undergraduates To Mathematics Information Resources, Sallie H. Barringer Dec 1989

Introducing Undergraduates To Mathematics Information Resources, Sallie H. Barringer

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


An Empowering, Participatory Research Model For Humanistic Mathematics Pedagogy, Arthur B. Powell, Dawud A. Jeffries, Aleshia E. Selby Dec 1989

An Empowering, Participatory Research Model For Humanistic Mathematics Pedagogy, Arthur B. Powell, Dawud A. Jeffries, Aleshia E. Selby

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Pumps, Filters, And Lenses; Humanistic Issues In Calculus Reform, Dan Kalman Dec 1989

Pumps, Filters, And Lenses; Humanistic Issues In Calculus Reform, Dan Kalman

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Hassler Whitney 1907-1989: Some Recollections, 1979·1989, Anneli Lax Dec 1989

Hassler Whitney 1907-1989: Some Recollections, 1979·1989, Anneli Lax

Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal

No abstract provided.


Research On Language Learning: How Can It Respond To Classroom Concerns?, Teresa Pica Oct 1989

Research On Language Learning: How Can It Respond To Classroom Concerns?, Teresa Pica

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Building Rapport Through Indirect Complaints: Implications For Language Learning, Diana Boxer Oct 1989

Building Rapport Through Indirect Complaints: Implications For Language Learning, Diana Boxer

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Peer Groups And The Language Of Negotiation, Joanne Drechsel Oct 1989

Peer Groups And The Language Of Negotiation, Joanne Drechsel

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Qualifiers In Patient-Physician Discourse: An Analysis Of Interviews From Radio Call-In Programs, Jennifer Pappas Oct 1989

Qualifiers In Patient-Physician Discourse: An Analysis Of Interviews From Radio Call-In Programs, Jennifer Pappas

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


(Bi)Literacy And Empowerment: Education For Indigenous Groups In Brazil, Ana Chacoff Oct 1989

(Bi)Literacy And Empowerment: Education For Indigenous Groups In Brazil, Ana Chacoff

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


"In Chinese Way, .../Ko+I:Uwn/": An Analysis Of The Interlanguage Of Yihwen Kuo, Jeanne Newman Oct 1989

"In Chinese Way, .../Ko+I:Uwn/": An Analysis Of The Interlanguage Of Yihwen Kuo, Jeanne Newman

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


From Basal Reader To Whole Language: Transition Tactics, Pamela J. Farris Oct 1989

From Basal Reader To Whole Language: Transition Tactics, Pamela J. Farris

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Ever since William McGuffey introduced his famous reading series, the basal reader has been relied upon as the prominent means of teaching children to read. As recently as 1980, between 80% and 90% of the nation's elementary teachers used basal readers as the primary instructional method (Koeller, 1981). During the past few years, the whole language approach has become popular and is threatening to unseat the basal from its longtime bastion in reading instruction.


The Multi-Faceted World Of The Reading Teacher -Or- This Vs. That Vs. Empowered Choices, Richard D. Robinson, Jeanne M. Jacobson Oct 1989

The Multi-Faceted World Of The Reading Teacher -Or- This Vs. That Vs. Empowered Choices, Richard D. Robinson, Jeanne M. Jacobson

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Whole language vs. the basal; Workbooks vs. student developed materials; Combining writing with reading: yes vs. no; Test results: to use vs. not to use; Collegial Interaction vs. Independence; Back to school at night vs. my school day Is long enough already; Professional development: yea vs. nay to IRA


Curriculum Dilemma: The Early Reader "Mom, I Never Read In School", Sarah L. Dowhower Oct 1989

Curriculum Dilemma: The Early Reader "Mom, I Never Read In School", Sarah L. Dowhower

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

"My child read before he started kindergarten. Now he only reads at home at night, because they don't do much reading in school, just letters and sounds. It is very discouraging for him and me." These are the words of a frustrated parent. Could it be that teachers are ignoring the literacy knowledge children bring to school?


Expository Text Structure And Student Learning, David Hays Oct 1989

Expository Text Structure And Student Learning, David Hays

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Upper elementary teachers may wonder why some of their students with no history of comprehension problems suddenly struggle with understanding their social studies, science and health texts. These teachers might correctly point to the more difficult concepts presented in these texts and to the more technical vocabulary that their students will now encounter. Yet these factors are only part of the problem that students face when they move from stories to content material.


The Case Method Approach In Reading Education, Timothy V. Rasinski Oct 1989

The Case Method Approach In Reading Education, Timothy V. Rasinski

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Imagine sitting in on a course in reading education where the class is engaged in a lively discussion of the application of some method of reading instruction. The discussion focuses on a real incident that the students had read about the evening before. Some students agree with the approach taken by the teacher in the case in handling the instruction. Others approve of the general methodology employed but disagree with the teacher's instruction and timing.


Assistance Models In Reading Instruction, Martha Grindler Oct 1989

Assistance Models In Reading Instruction, Martha Grindler

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

There is general agreement that it is not possible within the constraints of undergraduate programs and the limited time frame for preservice teaching experience to train highly professional teachers before the first year of teaching (McDonald, 1980). Thus, professional education should be considered a continuous process (Feiman-Nemser, 1983).


Success In Reading: Four Characteristics Of Strategic Readers, David L. Brown, L.D. Briggs Oct 1989

Success In Reading: Four Characteristics Of Strategic Readers, David L. Brown, L.D. Briggs

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Reading is a complex process which involves the coordination of a multitude of skills. Strategic readers can be distinguished from the less-skilled readers by their methods of interacting with text. The mental processes of good readers must be understood in order to make assumptions concerning the nature of reading.


Rereading To Enhance Text Understanding In The Secondary Classroom, Samuel A. Perez Oct 1989

Rereading To Enhance Text Understanding In The Secondary Classroom, Samuel A. Perez

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Young elementary school children, and especially poor readers, are often given the opportunity to read and reread easy material for the purpose of increasing their reading fluency. This practice is designed to give them the feeling of moving smoothly through text, instead of continuing their habit of labored, word-by-word reading. For teachers this is simply a matter of selecting easier-to-read texts and giving children the chance to develop reading habits more like those of older, better readers.


Reading Horizons Vol. 30, No. 1 Oct 1989

Reading Horizons Vol. 30, No. 1

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

Complete Issue of Reading Horizons volume 30, issue 1.


Ending The Great Debate In Reading Instruction, Jon Shapiro, James Riley Oct 1989

Ending The Great Debate In Reading Instruction, Jon Shapiro, James Riley

Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts

For decades, reading educators have put forth various definitions of reading and theories related to processes which occur during the reading act. Classroom teachers must understand what reading is if they are to teach effectively, yet it is easy for confusion to set in because of conflicting views of the reading act. Depending upon which speaker is heard, or which article is read, or in which professor's class they were enrolled, teachers may be exposed to many differing views of reading.


Research Note: Business Administration And Management Education In The United States, Frederick Sheppard Sep 1989

Research Note: Business Administration And Management Education In The United States, Frederick Sheppard

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents And Editorial Information For Vol. 17, No.1, Fall 1989, Linda P. Thurston, Kathleen Barrett-Jones Sep 1989

Table Of Contents And Editorial Information For Vol. 17, No.1, Fall 1989, Linda P. Thurston, Kathleen Barrett-Jones

Educational Considerations

Table of contents and editorial information for Vol. 17, no.1, Fall 1989


Comments From The Guest Editors, Linda P. Thurston, Kathleen Barrett-Jones Sep 1989

Comments From The Guest Editors, Linda P. Thurston, Kathleen Barrett-Jones

Educational Considerations

Not since the January, 1984 issue of Exceptional Children has an entire journal been dedicated to rural special education.


The Rural Education Gold Mine, Judy Smith-Davis Sep 1989

The Rural Education Gold Mine, Judy Smith-Davis

Educational Considerations

It's time to share the rural gold mine. It's time to recognize the wisdom and strength that good rural teachers and small schools can give to all schools.