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At-risk students and thinking : perspectives from research

Author: Barbara Z Presseisen; National Education Association of the United States.; Research for Better Schools, inc.
Publisher: Washington, DC : National Education Association ; Philadelphia, PA : Research for Better Schools, ©1988.
Series: Aspects of learning.
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At-risk students and thinking.
Washington, DC : National Education Association ; Philadelphia, PA : Research for Better Schools, ©1988
(OCoLC)622004665
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Z Presseisen; National Education Association of the United States.; Research for Better Schools, inc.
ISBN: 0810614839 9780810614833
OCLC Number: 18589949
Notes: "A joint publication of National Education Association ... Research for Better Schools ..."
Description: 160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: In the shadow of Sybil and Pygmalion : a preface --
Focus on the at-risk learner / by Barbara Z. Presseisen --
Teaching thinking and at-risk students / Barbara Z. Presseisen --
Thinking success for all students / by Barbara Z. Presseisen --
Learning and assisted performance / by Richard P. Durán --
Toward redefining models of curriculum and instruction for students at risk / by Beau Fly Jones --
Intellectual assessment of at-risk students : classification vs. instructional goals / by Trevor E. Sewell --
Teaching thinking to at-risk students / Daniel U. Levine --
Strategies to help teachers / by Jill A. Mirman, Robert J. Swartz, and John Barell.
Series Title: Aspects of learning.
Responsibility: Barbara Z. Presseisen, editor.

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