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Education as experimentation: A planned variation model. Volume IV-B Effects of Follow Through Models

Bock, G.; Stebbins, L. B.; Proper, E. C.
Abstract:
This evaluation of Project Follow Though analyzes the 17 different models represented in the study, and reports on their effectiveness on student performance over four years. The report is designed to be a guide for readers to evaluate the data about each model and then determine their own conclusions based on the data presented. Each chapter focuses on a specific model, describing the design and intention of the model, sites of implementation, teachers’ and parents’ perception of the model, effects of the model, and a summary. (Copyright © 2011, National Institute for Direct Instruction (NIFDI). All rights reserved).
Research areas:
Year:
1977
Main publication type:
Program Effectiveness
Subtype:
Article
Keywords:
Project Follow Through; DISTAR; Reading; Language; Math
Source:
ABT Associates
Design type:
Longitudinal Study
Fidelity monitored:
No
Students included:
Elementary school students, at-risk students
Other tags:
Project Follow Through, Responsive Education Model, Tucson Early Education Model, Bank Street Model, Direct Instruction Model, Behavior Analysis Model, Cognitively Oriented Curriculum Model, Florida Parent Education Model, EDC Open Education Follow Through Program, Self-Sponsored Program, Cultural Linguistic Program, Home-School Partnership Program, California Process Model, The New School Approach, Mathemagenic Activities Program

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