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Folder Volume 18

  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 1 - Summer 1999
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 2 - Fall 1999
  • Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 3 - Winter 2000

  • *Note: Following Volume 18 of Effective School Practices, the publication reverts back to the former DI News title and the issue volumes start back at 1.

    Documents

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 1 - Summer 1999 Popular

    Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 1 - Summer 1999
    • The RMIT Bundoora Australia Model
    • A View From Askance
    • Reading Problems: The Causal Role of the Education System
    • School Failure: A debilitating condition
    • The Gulf Between Educational Research and Policy: The Example of Direct Instruction and Whole Language
    • Words Should be Heard and Seen
    • A Model for Reading Assessment and Intervention in the RMIT Bundoora Psychology Clinic
    • What a Difference a Teacher Can Make!

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 2 - Fall 1999 Popular

    Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 2 - Fall 1999
    • The Importance of Student Participation in Direct Instruction Research
    • A Comparison of Spelling Mastery and a Whole-Word Spelling Approach Across Elementary Grades in a Title 1 School
    • Using Paraprofessionals to Deliver Direct Instruction Reading Programs
    • The Benefits of Being High School Corrective Reading Peer Instructors
    • Stages of a Direct Instruction Adoption
    • Changing Teaching Practices: A Follow-up Study of Participants in a Summer Clinic
    • A Comparison of Assessment Results Between the Reading Mastery Program and the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II
    • Direct Instruction and Gf-Gc Model of Cognitive Abilities: Implications for Improved Educational Outcomes

    pdf Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 3 - Winter 2000 Popular

    Effective School Practices, Vol. 18, No. 3 - Winter 2000
    • Technology in Education - Much Ado About Not Much
    • Embracing the Evidence
    • Why Education Experts Resist Effective Practices (And What It Would Take to Make Education More Like Medicine)
    • About Reading - A Comparison of Reading Mastery and Horizons
    • National Reading Panel Reports Combination of Teaching Phonics, Word Sounds, Giving Feedback on Oral Reading Most Effective Way to Teach Reading (Report of April 13, 2000)
    • Research Alert: Focus on Direct Instruction
    • Bush vs. Gore: The Record

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