Model/Practice Versus Verbal/Rehearsal Introductions of Systems Skills Within an Individually Prescribed Instructional System
- Caribou Spirit. McAnally, Conley Stone // Whispering Wind;May/Jun2006, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p18
The article shares an overview on the discussion of a teacher and students regarding the migration of caribou. According to teacher, there were lots of caribou migrated through their village ever since he can remember and his grandmother could remember. The Shamans use to tell them, when they...
- BIG IDEAS for Little People. Lord, Trudi; Horwitz, Paul; McIntyre, Cynthia // Science & Children;Oct2012, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p42
The article describes the Evolution Readiness curriculum that allows teachers and parents create classes, add students and access activities through a free account at the project website. The project developed 10 computer-based learning activities and 6 hands-on-activities that can be used over...
- physical education and technology. McLaughlin, Charlie // Children's Technology & Engineering;Mar2012, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p2
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses articles published within the issue on topics including the exciting projects initiated by physical education teachers and the integration of subject matter and the activities designed by the teachers.
- Introduction: Culture and class. Paul, Ronald // Nordic Journal of English Studies;Jun2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue including the values of return of class as literary critical discourse component, the Marxist concept of class, and the association between alienation, social class and culture.
- Promoting Constructive Conflict. Johnson, David W.; Johnson, Frank P.; Johnson, Roger T. // Education Digest;Nov1976, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p46
The article focuses on the strategies for promoting constructive conflicts for student learning in a classroom. Conflicts have the potential for producing both highly constructive and highly destructive consequences for classroom functioning. A conflict is desirable when the overall social...
- Inductive Identification In Teaching art. Stumbo, Hugh W. // Art Education;May69, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p9
No abstract available.
- Why Special Classes for Seriously Retarded Readers? Strang, Ruth // Education;Jun1948, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p604
This article focuses on the constitution of special classes for seriously retarded readers in the U.S. The schools were forming special groups in which attention is primarily given to the improvement of reading. The main kinds of special classes that have been formed are subject classes for all...
- PUTTING THE MIND IN THE BRAIN: PROMOTING AN APPRECIATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS TO UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR. Neumann, David L. // College Student Journal;Sep2010, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p790
A surprising number of students in psychology, behavioral science, and related social science classes fail to appreciate the importance of biological mechanisms to understanding behavior. To help teachers promote this understanding, this paper outlines six sources of evidence. These are (a)...
- engaging the disengaged. Houston, Mary // English in Aotearoa;Apr2006, Issue 58, p69
Comments on dealing with disengaged students. Ways to make students engage in lessons out of their own will; Indications that students are disengaged in the discussion; Suggestions for activities that may motivate the students.