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Category Archives: Explicit Instruction or Reform
The Education Consumers Foundation believes that the Direct Instruction–long used with special needs students and to great effect–would substantially solve this problem. As matters stand, however, it is used mostly after children have failed to read, fallen behind in all … Continue reading
An Interview with Russell Gersten and Rebecca Newman Gonchar- Is RTI Delaying the Inevitable or Inevitably Assisting Students?
An Interview with Russell Gersten and Rebecca Newman Gonchar- Is RTI Delaying the Inevitable or Inevitably Assisting Students? Posted by Michael Shaughnessy EducationViews Senior Columnist on December 8, 2011 Education News Share this:
New math equals trouble, education expert says Sep 21, 2011 CBC News The answer is simple: old math is greater than new math, according to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. The study, titled Math Instruction that Makes Sense, “demonstrates … Continue reading