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- engaging students in their own learning. Alvarez, Doris // Leadership;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p12
Provides insights into engaging students in strategic learning. Role of school principal in student engagement; Elements in lesson planning; Importance of the enhancement of skills and strategy for the college education of the student.
- A far cry from business as usual in Room7. Thiede, Jennifer // Leadership;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p10
Presents an overview of the strategy of a grade school teacher in enhancing the learning skills of her students in California. Application of a business model concept in a classroom context; Importance of involving students in strategic planning; Details of the outcome of the approach.
- Temperament-based learning styles as moderators of academic achievement. Horton, Connie Burrows; Oakland, Thomas // Adolescence;Spring97, Vol. 32 Issue 125, p131
Examines the hypothesis that students learn best when taught using strategies consistent with their temperament-based learning style. Definition of learning styles; Use of analyses of covariances in hypothesis examination; Examinations of temperament-based learning styles.
- Enhancing Motivation to Complete Math Tasks Using the High-Preference Strategy. BANDA, DEVENDER R.; MATUSZNY, ROSE MARIE; THERRIEN, WILLIAM J. // Intervention in School & Clinic;Jan2009, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p146
Designed to enhance the completion of math tasks, high-preference strategy consists of presenting math tasks that students prefer, to enhance their interest in completing difficult math tasks. In this article, a brief review of the literature related to the use of the high-preference strategy is...
- Understanding and Developing Academic and Behavioral Interventions for Students With Bipolar Disorder. Killu, Kim; Crundwell, R. Marc A. // Intervention in School & Clinic;Mar2008, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p244
Despite significant advances in practices for effectively designing and delivering instruction for students with disabilities, educators continue to face challenges addressing the needs of students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Little information is available for educators on...
- Factors Affecting the Students' Academic Performance. Ahmad, Muhammad Riaz; Pervaiz, Muhammad Khalid; Aleem, Muhammad // Journal of Educational Research (1027-9776);Apr2010, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p252
The students' academic performance may be influenced by various external factors other than their personal characteristics. For the development of a society, it becomes necessary to provide quality education to its people. This study is being conducted to dig out the factors which are important...
- Goal Setting and Self-Monitoring for Students With Disabilities: Practical Tips and Ideas for Teachers. SUK-HYANG LEE; PALMER, SUSAN B.; WEHMEYER, MICHAEL L. // Intervention in School & Clinic;Jan2009, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p139
This article provides teachers with practical tips and ideas about how self-monitoring works in conjunction with goal-setting strategies to support students to set and achieve different types of academic goals. In addition, specific examples of academic goals and self-monitoring forms are...
- The effects of incidental teaching on the generalized use of social amenities at school by a... Oswald, Lowell K.; Lignugaris, Benjamin // Education & Treatment of Children (ETC);May90, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p142
Studies the effects of incidental teaching procedures on the generalized use of social amenities at school by a mildly handicapped student to use social amenities at school. Need for a means to transfer newly acquired social skills from a special education setting to regular classrooms;...
- Cognitive, Motivational, and Volitional Dimensions of Learning: An Empirical Test of a Hypothetical Model. Vaiie, Antonio; Cabanach, Ram�n G.; Nu�ez, Jos� C.; Gonz�lez-pienda, Julio; Rodriguez, Susana; Pineiro, Isabel // Research in Higher Education;Oct2003, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p557
The principal aim of this research is to contrast empirically a hypothetical model developed on the basis of the fundamental assumptions of current self-regulated learning models. In line with evaluation criteria of model fit, a high rate of congruence between the hypothesized theoretical model...