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Small Group Instruction

Author : Timothy E Morse
ISBN : 9781475844122
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This book addresses the intricate details that must be confronted when small group instruction is presented to students with significant learning challenges.--Kathryn Gift, staff development secialist/education consultant, Jonas Veterans Healthcare Scholar

Small Group Instruction In Higher Education

Author : James L. Cooper
ISBN : 1581071655
Genre : Education
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The second edition of this title represents a compilation of work completed by Jim Cooper and his colleagues in the Network for Cooperative Learning in higher education over the last fifteen years, including eight new chapters were written specifically for this edition. It presents a look at the history of small group instruction research, theory and practice and offers a glimpse at the future of this powerful instructional strategy.

Small Group Instruction

Author : Nancy Fowell
ISBN : WISC:89010885895
Genre : Education, Preschool
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Principles Of Small Group Instruction In Elementary Reading

Author : Linda Mahaffey Anderson
ISBN : PURD:32754062048123
Genre : Group work in education
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Making The Most Of Small Groups

Author : Debbie Diller
ISBN : 9781571104311
Genre : Education
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Tips and techniques for teachers to use for teaching in small group situations.

Small Group Instruction

Author : Joseph A. Olmstead
ISBN : STANFORD:36105031707008
Genre : Enseignement - Travail en équipe
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Small Group Instruction And Mathematics Achievement In An Online School Environment

Author : Thanette Short
ISBN : OCLC:1148476105
Genre : Education, Higher
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Growth in mathematics achievement for students enrolled in online schools has been slow and not at the level of proficiency on standardized tests. Studies have shown a consensus for more research in best practices of effective teaching strategies for online educators. Additionally, research shows students enrolled in online schools who have consistent interaction with their teachers and peers throughout a mathematics course are more positive in their self-reflections and have higher end-of-course and standardized test scores. Building on the existing knowledge regarding mathematics achievement in online education, the question investigated was: What are the effects of synchronous group instruction on the mathematics achievement of fifth grade students who receive their instruction online? In this context, synchronous group instruction is defined as instruction happening between the teacher and students at the same time, but at different locations. The control group, during the 2017/2018 academic year, did not receive the small group instruction. The treatment group, during the 2018/2019 academic year, received small group instruction in 30 minute sessions, held once every other week throughout the school year. Analysis of the results showed fifth grade students who received synchronous group instruction online outperformed the fifth grade students who did not receive synchronous group instruction online. The results suggest that the online synchronous group instruction has a positive effect on fifth grade achievement in mathematics.

Small Group Reading Instruction

Author : Beverly Tyner
ISBN : 0872070077
Genre : Education
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Presents the Small-Group Differentiated Reading Model, a research-based model designed to help teachers provide effective reading instruction by combining meaningful contextual reading, systematic word study, and writing in small groups.

Teaching Reading In Small Groups

Author : Jennifer Serravallo
ISBN : 0325026807
Genre : Education
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Meet instructional challenges effectively and efficiently by uncovering hidden time for meeting individual students' needs. With small groups, you'll work closely with more children each day with her how-tos on using formative assessment to create groups from common needs; differentiating for individuals, even in a group; and enhancing Tier 1 and Tier 2 instruction.

A Comparison Of Structured Small Group Instruction And Conventional Instruction In An Academic Skills Class

Author : Steven Arthur Smith
ISBN : MINN:319510024737351
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Responsive Guided Reading In Grades K 5

Author : Jennifer Berne
ISBN : 9781606237038
Genre : Education
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This hands-on book presents an innovative approach to guided reading that is manageable even for teachers who are new to small-group, differentiated reading instruction. --from publisher description.

Effectiveness Of Small Group Instruction With The Use Of Manipulatives

Author : Elizabeth R. Bryan
ISBN : OCLC:1059775079
Genre : Group work in education
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"The use of manipulatives in small group instruction can improve mathematical test scores in second-grade students. This action research study determined if the use of manipulatives and real-world applications during small group instruction may increase the knowledge of second grade students with mathematical content. The study used statistical analysis of assessments scores. Observational notes were used in understanding the students’ attitude toward working with manipulatives. Teaching strategies were used in this research project that enhanced number sense knowledge of mathematical practices with second grade students. Research focused on the ability for the use of manipulatives to increase the knowledge of mathematical content in a second grade classroom. Students needed to start with a great foundation in number sense. The conclusion of this study allowed teachers to use different strategies while teaching mathematical content in second grade."--Page 5

Rethinking Small Group Instruction In The Intermediate Grades

Author : Nancy N. Boyles
ISBN : 9781934338865
Genre : Education
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"Small-group instruction becomes a strategic, differentiated tool for Response to Intervention in Dr. Nancy N. Boyle's new resource, Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades. In this complete and ready-to-go resource, Dr. Boyles answers key questions about transforming small-group instruction to meet RTI objectives: •How can I teach comprehension strategies during small-group instruction? •How do I align high-stakes standards with comprehension objectives? •Where do fluency, vocabulary, and author's craft fit in small-group discussion? •How can I explicitly teach skills and ­promote meaningful discussions? •How do I effectively include intermediate-grade students who function at a primary level? Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades provides sixteen options to differentiate small-group instruction. Teachers focus on reinforcing comprehension skills and strategies while explicitly teaching students how to construct basic meaning about both literary and informational texts and master the art of discourse, which leads to higher-level critical and creative thinking. Boyles shows intermediate teachers how to embed the Common Core State Standards into small-group instruction and provides all of the rubrics, checklists, planning templates, and prompts necessary to implement these instructional formats in both the book and the included CD. The useful CD also contains target sheets matched to each objective that explain how to find the best evidence to meet the objective. Let Rethinking Small-group Instruction maximize the power of your small-group instruction to differentiate your teaching and efficiently meet RTI goals and national standards at the same time."

The Impact Of Small Group Instruction On The Spiritual Discipline Of West Virginia Maryland Credo Women

Author : Terri Bailey
ISBN : OCLC:1090301686
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Guided Reading

Author : Michael Ford
ISBN : 9781496605276
Genre : Education
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In an era of change in education, the time is right to refocus attention on guided reading practices. Guided reading remains an anchor in small group literacy instruction, but how has it changed with the new shifts? In this book, Michael Ford provides a practical resource to guided reading. He explains how it has evolved, why it s important, how to fit it into a comprehensive literacy program, how to select texts, how to position it for intervention, and how to assess students. Also included is an appendix with a listing of guided reading books.

Orchestrating Small Group Instruction In Elementary School Classrooms

Author : Barbara S. Clements
ISBN : OCLC:17197410
Genre : Classroom management
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Pupils Perceptions Of Large Versus Small Group Instruction And Their Relationship To Other Variables In Team Teaching

Author : Jean Bieler Hastings
ISBN : WISC:89105679666
Genre : Education
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Climbing The Literacy Ladder

Author : Beverly Tyner
ISBN : 9781416628422
Genre : Education
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Literacy skills are the cornerstone upon which students' knowledge, self-esteem, and future educational opportunities are built. But far too many teachers lack the time, materials, and specialized knowledge required to address these skills adequately. To that end, Climbing the Literacy Ladder is a one-stop shop to help teachers plan and differentiate literacy instruction for all students from prekindergarten through 5th grade. Literacy educator Beverly Tyner presents plans for small-group instruction that addresses elementary students' six developmental stages of reading and writing: emergent, beginning, fledgling, transitional, fluent, and independent. To help teachers support students' literacy development, this book also provides - Characteristics of readers and writers at each stage. - Lesson plans that target each of the research-based instructional components (fluency, word study, vocabulary, and comprehension). - Authentic classroom scenarios and conversations. - Practical classroom strategies and activities. - Advice for when to move students to the next stage. If students cannot read with comprehension by 3rd grade, then their educational future is cast in doubt. Climbing the Literacy Ladder will not only help you grow as a competent and empowered literacy teacher but also ensure that your students continue to travel a clear and unobstructed educational road. This book is a co-publication of ASCD and ILA.

Organizing Classrooms For Small Group Instruction

Author : Carolyn M. Lawrence
ISBN : UVA:X004908807
Genre : Education
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Cleveland-based manufacturer Lincoln Electric has thrived for more than a century. It survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, the decline of industrial America, and the recent credit crash with impressive profits. While factories across the Midwest fired employees and shuttered their doors, Lincoln Electric fulfilled its promise of "Guaranteed Continuous Employment," a company pledge to avoid layoffs for economic reasons. By promoting loyalty, trust, and flexibility, Lincoln Electric has built a company of committed, hard-working employees and a reputation of excellence. In this insightful and spirited investigation, journalist Frank Koller digs deep into Lincoln Electric's inner workings-revealing surprising lessons about what happens when managers view their employees as valued assets rather than costs.

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