Citations with the tag: INSTRUCTIONAL systems
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- All students learn the same basic concepts with Core Knowledge.
// Curriculum Review; Nov93, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p19
Reports on E.D. Hirsch's Core Knowledge Foundation with a curriculum that includes a specific body of knowledge to be learned by every student in each grade. Curriculum based on learning and critical thinking skills; Public School 67 in South Bronx, New York as example of program's...
- Comparing three innovative instructional systems.
Dunn, Rita; Waggoner, Barbara // Emergency Librarian; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p9
Compares three instructional philosophies/methodologies that allow individuals to learn through their preferred learning modality. `Learning styles,' by Rita nd Kenneth Dunn; `Neuro-linguistic programming,' by John Grinder and Richard Bandler; `Suggestopoedia,' by Georgi Lozanov.
- Anchored instruction: A model for integrating the language arts through content area study.
Cena, Michael E.; Mitchell, Judith P. // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy; Apr98, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p559
Presents steps in creating an anchored instruction unit, a model of curriculum integration combined with an inquiry learning. Selection of a unit of study; Establishment of a common core of knowledge for all class members; Presentation and discussion of the anchor; Generation of research...
- Why reciprocal teaching?
Carter, Carolyn J. // Educational Leadership; Mar1997, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p64
Summarizes the results of the Reciprocal Teaching strategy applied by teachers in the Highland Park district in Detroit, Michigan. Rationale for Reciprocal Teaching; Definition of Reciprocal Teaching; Development of the teaching program; Assessment of the program; Student achievement.
- How to launch a social & emotional learning program.
Elias, Maurice J.; Bruene-Butler, Linda // Educational Leadership; May97, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p15
Reports on the ethnological visits made by a Rutgers University team to investigate social and emotional programs established in American public and private schools. Settings of the schools; Operation of the programs from three to 20 years; Implementation and evaluation of social decision...
- K-W-W-L: Questioning the known.
Bryan, Jan // Reading Teacher; Apr98, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p618
Revisits and offers a suggestion to extend the K-W-L instructional activity (What I Know, What I Want to Learn, What I Learned). Earliest forms of K-W-L; Extension of K-W-L in two ways; Examples drawn from planning sessions; Problems encountered.
- Schedule control over following instructions comprised of novel combinations of verbal stimuli.
Dermer, Marshall Lev; Rodgers, James G. // Psychological Record; Spring97, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p243
Examines schedule control over following instructions comprised of novel combinations of verbal stimuli. Examination of relations between instructional accuracy and instruction following; Test of the process of extinction as a function of the preceding training schedules; Detection of the...
- The quick development of equivalence classes in a paper-and-pencil format through written...
Eikeseth, Svein; Rosales-Ruiz, Jesus // Psychological Record; Spring97, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p275
Examines whether a paper-and-pencil format can be used in studying stimulus equivalence and whether stimulus equivalence can emerge from conditional discriminations established by written instructions. Format used in the study; Test and training of participating student subjects; Use of...
- Response keypads aid distance learning.
Eikeseth, Svein; Rosales-Ruiz, Jesus // T H E Journal; Aug93, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p24
Presents the One Touch Viewer Response System (VRS), an instructional network which utilizes student keypads to provide immediate feedback to teachers or trainers located at remote sites. Features; Applications.
- Clearing the Road to Success for Students with Special Needs.
Wang, Margaret C.; Rubenstein, Jacqueline L.; Reynolds, Maynard C. // Educational Leadership; Sep85, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p62
Focuses on the Adaptive Learning Environments Model (ALEM) implemented in public schools of New York City to provide instruction that meets the academic and social need of regular students. Impact of the ALEM program on the result of students; Effect of the program on reading and mathematics...
- Factors affecting ILS implementation.
Cook, Chris // Media & Methods; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p66
Discusses the factors affecting the implementation of Integrated Learning Systems. Socioeconomic status of the school; Teacher's background; Teacher's training; School climate.
- Keeping low-income, minority students involved in...
Cook, Chris // Curriculum Review; May92, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p8
Details on the Ninth Grade Asian Humanities Program at Cleveland High School in Seattle. Reason why the program was developed; Five area coverage of coordinated English and history courses that focus on cultures; Explanation of the holistic program studies; How the teachers tutor the students.
- Effective, ineffective small learning groups are easy to spot.
Cook, Chris // Curriculum Review; Dec92, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p17
Lists seven characteristics of effective and ineffective learning groups, adopted from a study in Small Group Learning in the Classroom by education consultant Susan Black.
- Editorial - Special Issue: Emergent Learning, Connections, Design for Learning.
Sims, Rod; Kays, Elena // International Review of Research in Open & Distance Learning; 2011, Vol. 12 Issue 7, pi
An introduction is presented in which the editors discuss various reports within the issue on topics including integration of problem-solving into educational experience, addressing the informal and emergent ways of educational thinking through teaching and learning and instructional design.
- ChildU links with midwest non-profit for cyberspace curriculum programm.
Sims, Rod; Kays, Elena // Electronic Education Report; 10/27/99, Vol. 6 Issue 20, p6
Reports that Florida-based Internet startup Childu Inc. has joined with the Bloomington, Indiana-based Agency for Instructional Technology top provide schools with a solution to reduce the prohibitive cost of providing supplementary instruction for students needing remedial attention.
- N.Y. Official: Schools Need Financial Fix.
McKaig, Ryan // Bond Buyer; 5/7/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31381, p1
Reports the financial needs of school in New York City. Details on thr worsening financial conditions among the district; Estimation on the aid each state received; Plans to eliminate instructional programs.
- College, K-12 Technology Spending Still Rising, Two Studies Say.
McKaig, Ryan // Educational Marketer; 04/02/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p4
Reports on the instructional technology-spending in elemetary schools and colleges in the United States in 2001.
- News Briefs . . .
McKaig, Ryan // Educational Marketer; 04/02/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p8
Focuses on the selection of WebCT, a provider of electronic learning systems, as the course management systems provider for Regents Online Degree Programs.
- Editor's Introduction.
Jones, Anthony // Russian Education & Society; May2003, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p3
Focuses on the educational system in post-Soviet Russia. Perception of the system as the last vestige of a totalitarian society; Sufficiency of the teaching profession; Importance of the educational system of the country in consolidating the society.
- An Instructional Program to Facilitate Teaching Joint/Soft-tissue Injection and Aspiration.
Vogelgesang, Scott A.; Karplus, Theresa M.; Kreiter, Clarence D. // JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine; Jun2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p441
OBJECTIVE: We developed an instructional program to teach aspiration and injection techniques of the knee and shoulder to medical students and residents. METHODS: Residents and fourth-year medical students participating in a rheumatology elective were assigned by deterministic allocation into 3...
- TECHNICAL TRAINING: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH.
Gammuto, John J. // Training & Development Journal; Sep80, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p82
Discusses a systematic approach for industrial training in the context of the total plant environment. Involvement of ten essential factors with the systems approach; Ability of the program to integrate combinations of the factors to produce a viable learning system; Focus of the approach to...
- Job Instruction: Four Steps To Success.
Gold, Leon // Training & Development Journal; Sep81, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p28
Provides tips on attaining success in job instruction programs. Key steps to training efficiently and effectively; Factors that should be considered by supervisors in structuring training programs.
- Beat the High Cost of Training Through LCI.
Feeney, Edward J. // Training & Development Journal; Sep81, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p41
Details the elements of the learner-controlled instruction (LCI). Characteristics of LCI; Applications of the system; Steps in the development of an LCI program.
- The ABCs of ISD* (*Instructional Systems Design).
Rosenberg, Marc J. // Training & Development Journal; Sep82, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p44
Provides an overview of instructional systems design (ISD) model of training development. Definition of the ISD model; Analysis phase of ISD; Design phase; Development phase; Implementation phase.
- Does the Trainee Know Best?
Harbour, Jerry L. // Training & Development Journal; Jun88, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p66
Discusses the application of an instructional methods inventory (IMI) to clarify and document the perceived learning effectiveness of a number of different group and individual instructional techniques. Preference of employees for instructional methods that involve group participation or...
- Technology Education Tackles Energy Crisis.
Cutshall, Sandy; Strang, Lynn // Techniques: Connecting Education & Careers; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p26
Reports on the integration of an energy technology instruction into the career and technical education program in Mesa, Arizona. Achievement of competence certification; Study on the operation of hydrogen fuel; Campaign toward the solution of the national energy crisis.
- Constructivism and Student Misconceptions.
Sewell, Audrey // Australian Science Teachers Journal; Dec2002, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p24
Discusses the Constructivist Learning Theory, which states that learning is not the result of teaching but of what students do with the new information they are presented with. Role of the misconceptions or wrong beliefs that students have in determining whether students will learn the new...
- THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY'S COURSE EMBEDDED STUDENT OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT PROCESS.
Manton, Edgar J.; English, Donald E. // College Student Journal; Jun2002, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p261
Student learning assessment is an integral part of effective teaching and quality student learning. With higher education being scrutinized so closely today, it is more important than ever for a university to have an effective student learning assessment process in place. The classroom provides...
- Texas-style school improvement.
Bray, Richard E.; Challinor, Rob // Leadership; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p26
Relates the effort of Hesperia Unified on the improvement of student achievements in California. Plan to align curriculum, teaching and learning process to student assessment; Supplemental curriculum used to reinforce essential concepts and skills throughout the lessons; Focus on instructional...
- 'It was Bound To Happen': The Art of Telling Time Meets the 20th Century.
Sykes, Ronald P. // Education Week; 10/24/1984, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p19
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the instructional systems of teachers published in the October 1984 issue of the journal "Education Week."
- Inexpensive Writing Program `Holds Up Through Lifetime'.
Hoerl, Marguerite F. // Education Week; 9/26/1990, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p25
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Reseachers Cast Skeptical Eye on Efficacy of Writing to Read," published in the August 1, 1990 issue.
- Kudos to Benno Schmidt On Entrepreneurial Move.
Tracy, Stephen C. // Education Week; 6/10/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 38, p23
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Yale President's Move is Touted as a 'Coup' for the Edison Project" published in the June 1992 issue of the journal "Education Week."
- Learning Support Units.
Tracy, Stephen C. // EPM Weekly Bulletin; 3/25/2002, Issue 84, p41
Focuses on the number of learning support units in schools of England. Plan on the increase of learning support units; Evaluation on the activities of learning support units; Improvement of the behavior and cut exclusions.
Tracy, Stephen C. // Fairfield County Business Journal; 12/14/98, Vol. 37 Issue 50, p11
Lists trends in education from the futurist literature. Includes increased involvement of business and industry; Increased use of technology; Curriculum change; Changes to formal systems for learning.
- An examination of student achievement and select psychosocial factors in relation...
Toth, Linda // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Mar96, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p81
Explores the effect of cluster course teaching on student academic achievement, self-esteem, sense of alienation and perceived meaningfulness of the college experience. No measurable benefits found for the college freshmen in the study.
- Comparison of Traditional and Nontraditional (Adult Education) Undergraduate Business Programs.
Jonas, Peter M.; Weimer, Don; Herzer, Kim // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Sep2001, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p161
Compares the traditional and nontraditional undergraduate business programs. Use of Educational Testing Service Major Field Achievement Test in business; Effectiveness of nontraditional learning on business programs; Consideration of nontraditional learning track as an alternative choice of...
- When Will the Phonics Police Come Knocking?
Davis Jr, O.L. // Journal of Curriculum & Supervision; Spring99, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p187
Editorial. Criticizes the use of phonics-only approach in teaching reading in the United States (US). Preferred approach of US teachers; Possible effects of political influence on the standardization of phonics-only instruction; Suggestions in maintaining a balance system in teaching reading.
- Self-directed and transformative instructional development.
Cranton, Patricia // Journal of Higher Education; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p726
Discusses self-directed and transformative instructional development in higher education. Self-directed and transformative learning in faculty development; Reframing faculty development practice.
- Should They Stand for This?
Cranton, Patricia // NEA Today; Sep97, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p18
Presents different situations encountered by teachers in the United States. Dealing with the situation wherein there are more students than chairs; Activities for kindergartners.
- On becoming a thinker-learner: Instructional applications of an integrated approach.
Lidor, Ronnie // Physical Educator; Late Winter2000, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p14
To anticipate the future needs of students, educators need to pay more attention to enhancing the effects of learning processes and appropriate strategies during formal instructional programs. Instructors should teach behaviors and thoughts that learners can utilize during acquisition and...
- Uses for Screen Capture Software.
Lidor, Ronnie // Online Classroom; Jan2010, p1
The article reports on the recommendation by University of North Dakota associate professor Dave Yearwood on the use of screen capture technology for on-demand instruction.
- Identification and translation of effective teacher-developed instructional procedures for...
Greenwood, Charles R.; Arreaga-Mayer, Carmen // Remedial & Special Education; May94, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p140
Describes a method for identifying and translating effective teacher-developed instructional procedures for general-practice. Process-product design to identify students and teachers who made differentially large and small academic gains; Definition of effective teacher-developed practices.
- Models in Special Education: Considerations and Cautions.
Schworm, Ronald W. // Journal of Special Education; Summer76, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p179
Discusses the factors to consider in the implementation of instructional models in special education. Categories of models and modes; Need to educate students with learning and behavioral problems; Considerations for model development; Considerations for placement in a model.
- DIAGNOSING INSTRUCTION.
Englemann, Siegfried; Granzin, Alex; Severson, Herbert // Journal of Special Education; Winter79, Vol. 13 Issue 4
Discusses the assumptions and procedures critical to an adequate development of an instructional system. Relationship between the process of derivation of remedies and the diagnostic process; Implications for the diagnostician and the consequences of failing to provide adequate instructional...
- Maintenance: The sixth step.
Gramiak, Lori H.; Petrini, Catherine M. // Training & Development; Mar95, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p13
Proposes the maintenance of instructional-systems design as the last stage for employee training programs. Analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation as the preceding stages; Identification of tasks of keeping the training program alive and well; Elements for the maintenance...
- Out-of-the-box instructional design.
Gayeski, Diane M. // Training & Development; Apr98, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p36
Tells how to move from assembly-line models to nonlinear performance models for instructional systems design. Assumptions for performance improvement and learning; Integrated Communication Model developed by OmniCom Associates; Combination of analysis and design procedures with a digital...
- Better by design.
Christian-Carter, Judith // People Management; 04/05/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p51
Discusses several issues concerning instructional design. Advantages and disadvantages of instructional design; Concept of electronic learning; Types of electronic learning.
- (Practically) Painless Peer Editing.
Maifair, Linda Lee // Instructor-Primary; Apr99, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p8
Gives advice for a successful teacher-guided peer editing. Ways of creating a positive atmosphere; Discussion on a whole-class practice sessions; Suggestions for honing peer-editing skills.
- Identifying students' instructional needs in the context of classroom and home environments.
Ysseldyke, James E.; Christenson, Sandra // Teaching Exceptional Children; Spring94, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p37
Presents strategies for the identification of students' instructional needs in the context of classroom and home environments. Critical instructional and home-support-for-learning components in the assessment of learning environments; Case study. INSETS: Instructional-environment and...
- Presenting the future in today's classroom.
Lento, Louis // T H E Journal; Jan99, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p41
Discusses the use of technology in classrooms. Impact of technology on education; Educational preference of students; How teachers react to educational technology; Key benefits of integrating presentation products into the classroom.