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WRITING SKILLS IN THE NIGERIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM
The use of the personal reflexive journal in the adult literacy tutorial: The case of Jane
Use of intrinsic and payoff criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of instructional materials and their impact on instructor-led training
THE USE OF COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS IN A RURAL SECONDARY SCHOOL GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM
THE TREATMENT OF POPULATION CONCEPTS IN SOCIAL STUDIES AND BIOLOGY SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN FLORIDA: A CONTENT ANALYSIS AND SURVEY OF TEACHERS
The training effects of analogical reasoning as strategic knowledge on problem-solving
The systematic application of principles of motivation to the design of printed instructional materials
THE SOCIOCULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS ETHOS OF THE GREEK PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHEAST
THE EFFECTS OF TWO ALTERNATE SETS OF CONDITIONS OF LEARNING OF STATE-ANXIETY AND RULE-LEARNING
The effects of think-ahead questions and prior knowledge on learning and retention
The texts of teaching: A study of the conceptualization and practice of college composition instruction using a literary theory model of educational research
The teaching of culture in foreign language education: A Chinese perspective
TEACHING ANALYTICAL TRIGONOMETRY VIA TRANSFORMATIONS: A COMPARISON WITH THE WRAPPING FUNCTION APPROACH
THE TASK OF PUBLIC EDUCATION AS PERCEIVED BY A SAMPLE OF PRINCIPALS AND SUPERVISORS FROM FIFTY-ONE FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Talking about a revolution: The politics and practice of feminist teaching
A SYSTEMS APPROACH CURRICULUM MODEL FOR PRESCHOOL ART EDUCATION BASED ON PHENOMENOLOGICAL AESTHETICS
A SYSTEMATIC PLANNING MODEL FOR INSTITUTIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: TESTING ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN INTERNATIONAL/INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION AT A SELECTED COMMUNITY COLLEGE
A SYSTEM FOR INTERRELATING COMPONENTS WHICH AFFECT THE CONSTRUCTION AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES FOR CRITERION-REFERENCED TESTS
A SYNTHESIZED APPROACH TO SELECTING SPELLING WORDS AND GENERALIZATIONS
SYNTACTICAL REPRESENTATION IN SELECTED DISADVANTAGED YOUNG CHILDREN: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF DRAWING AND LANGUAGE
A study of the usefulness and effectiveness of a self-instructional print module on multicultural behaviour change in apprentices in Manitoba
A STUDY OF THE RETENTION BY FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS OF SELECTED RULES OF PROPORTION IN PHYSICS WHICH DIFFER IN MATHEMATICAL COMPLEXITY AND ARE LEARNED USING PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION EITHER WITH OR WITHOUT LABORATORY EXPERIENCES
A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF LOCUS OF CONTROL, DIVERGENT AND CONVERGENT QUESTIONS, AND ACHIEVEMENT IN INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS USING AN INDIVIDUALIZED DICTIONARY USAGE PROGRAM (INSTRUCTION, PERSONALITY, COGNITIVE)
A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF LOCUS OF CONTROL, ACHIEVEMENT, AND OPPORTUNITY FOR LEARNER DECISION MAKING IN HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE CLASSES USING ISIS MATERIALS
A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE OF PHONEME-GRAPHEME CORRESPONDENCES, SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, NON-STANDARD SPEECH, AND RACE OF FOURTH-GRADE, FIFTH-GRADE, AND SIXTH-GRADE PUPILS
A study of the joint Escambia county school system/U.S. Navy volunteer oriented math/science initiative program in relation to the stages of concern experienced by volunteers being utilized as part-time instructional personnel
A STUDY OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN DEPENDENCY, INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION, AND ACHIEVEMENT AMONG EIGHTH-GRADE SCIENCE STUDENTS
A STUDY OF THE ATTAINMENT OF PREDETERMINED OBJECTIVES BY HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE STUDENTS PERMITTED TO BYPASS LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN INSTRUCTIONAL MODULES (ISIS) AMONG STUDENTS WITH VARYING ACCESS TO DIAGNOSTIC SELF-TEST ANSWERS AND WITH VARYING EXPERIENCE IN
A STUDY OF TEACHER APPLICATION AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS OF A RESEARCH-BASED MODEL OF SPELLING INSTRUCTION
A study of stages of concern of a new intervention (computer-assisted instruction) in an elementary school
A study of social interaction processes in mathematical problem-solving partnerships
A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GOALS FOR THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE AND TEACHERS' ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE MAJOR CATEGORIES OF WRITTEN STUDENT RESPONSES TO LITERATURE
A STUDY OF CROSS-CULTURAL EFFECTS ON FORMATIVE EVALUATION OF AN INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE ON NEEDS ASSESSMENT
A study of achievement, retention, and transfer resulting from teaching absolute value by two definitional approaches
A STUDY OF A THEORY-BASED MODEL OF FORMATIVE EVALUATION
Students' perceptions of growth in writing
Students' perceptions and attitudes toward parent involvement in academic homework and its relationship to academic achievement
Student participation and potential learning opportunities in grade three mathematics class discussion
Staff development for ESOL teachers: A Balesian analysis of cooperative learning groups
A SIMULATION OF A MODEL OF PERCEPTION TO SHAPE PROBLEM RECOGNITION BEHAVIOR OF SLOW LEARNERS IN SOCIAL STUDIES
Semantic construction of relationships in curriculum of algebra II and chemistry
Selecting multicultural literature for secondary schools in Trinidad, a pluralistic country
The role of graphic representation and students' images in understanding the derivative in calculus: Critical case studies
RETENTION OF IDEAS PRESENTED THROUGH THE AUDIO AND/OR VIDEO PORTIONS OF A DOCUMENTARY (TELEVISION, ELDERLY, LEARNING, PEDAGOGY, MOVIES)
RETENTION EFFECTS OF QUESTIONS DESIGNED TO STIMULATE ENCODING OF VISUAL IMAGES FOR LEARNING TO APPLY RULES
Restructuring college-level physics for prospective elementary school teachers: A sociocultural analysis of the roles the instructor plays
A RELEVANT STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
THE RELEVANCE OF AN HISTORICAL APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF THEMES OF "NEGRITUDE" IN BLACK LITERATURE OF FRENCH EXPRESSION FOR THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE WISCONSIN DESIGN FOR READING SKILL DEVELOPMENT TOREADING READINESS, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND THE READING ACHIEVEMENT OF FIRST-GRADE STUDENTS
THE RELATIONSHIP OF FORMAL SCHOOLING IN THE HOMELAND AND THE ENGLISH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF PUERTO RICAN STUDENTS OF LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS (LANGUAGE LEARNING, OPTIMAL AGE)

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