How My Elementary Class Improved
- Vendetta. // New Yorker;1/26/1963, Vol. 38 Issue 49, p27
The article talks about the invitation of a mother to her daughter's deportment grade for her first term in a private elementary school. The child's teacher wrote on the report card which states that the child is good despite her slight tendency to vengeance.
- 'Crosswalk the Standards' for Successful Implementation of Standards for Technological Literacy Within the Elementary Classroom. Hill, Jane Cunningham // Technology & Children;Sep2002, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p6
Evaluates the 'Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology' guide. Importance of teaching technological literacy skills; Implementation of standards-based lesson in the elementary schools; Integration of content for the study of technology.
- Encouraging Technological Literacy in the Richmond City Schools. Whiting, Ginmger // Technology Teacher;Dec2001/Jan2002, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p23
Focuses on the encouragement of technological literacy in elementary schools in Richmond, Virginia. Use of a design brief in technology projects; Description of the card engineering project; Conversion of art projects to technology and math projects.
- Supports and resources associated with inclusive schooling: Perceptions of elementary school... Wolery, Mark; Snyder, Erin D. // Journal of Special Education;Summer96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p187
Presents the results of a survey made to identify the perceptions of elementary education teachers regarding supports and resources for disabled students. Total number of respondents; Need for more resources and supports; Discrepancies between need and availability.
- Career choice roots: The preadolescent career focus. Morton, L.L.; Kryk, V.; Awender, M.; Diubaldo, D. // Guidance & Counseling;Fall97, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p10
Describes the career interests of 56 elementary school students, 28 males matched with 28 females, and identifies the top three choices. View of choices as indicators of future career plans; Discovery of eight career categories through factor analysis; Evaluation in terms of sex and age...
- Follow-up Study of Elementary School Children Exempted from Los Angeles City Schools during 1960-1961. Lyons, Dorothy J.; Powers, Virginia // Exceptional Children;Dec1963, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p155
The article looks into the follow-up study of elementary school children exempted from Los Angeles, California schools during 1960-1961. The information obtained from the recommendation for exemption forms left unanswered questions regarding action taken during the interim of exemption and...
- Check in/Check out: A Post-Hoc Evaluation of an Efficient, Secondary-Level Targeted Intervention for Reducing Problem Behaviors in Schools. Filter, Kevin J.; McKenna, Moira K.; Benedict, Elizabeth A.; Homer, Robert H.; Todd, Anne W.; Watson, James // Education & Treatment of Children (West Virginia University Pres;2/1/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p69
The Check in/ Check out (CICO) program was developed as a secondary-level, targeted behavioral intervention in a three-tier preventative model of behavior support and has received empirical support as an effective way to reduce problem behaviors (Hawken & Homer, 2003; March & Homer, 2002). The...
- `Principals' for Hands-On Science. Nabors, Martha L. // Education;Summer99, Vol. 119 Issue 4, p744
Reports on a study concerning elementary school principals' attitudes toward use of hands-on science experiments by preservice teachers. Placement of blame by pre-service teachers; Development and distribution of survey to school principals; How results of survey were contrary to teachers'...
- Standards: Their impact on urban students. Schwartz, Wendy // Teacher Librarian;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p28
Investigates the impact of opportunity to learn (OTL) standards on urban students in the United States. Origins of OTL; Context of OTL as set of standards; Nature of OTL strategies; Measures that school administrators need to take.