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American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting

Apr 08, 2006

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Number of papers: 5

  1. Characteristics of Winning Title II-D Edtech Grant Proposals

    Mary P. Morris & Mark J. Fenster

    As part of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), the U. S. Department of Education determined that state education agencies could submit a consolidated application to obtain funds from many federal ... More

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  2. A Situative Perspective on a Collaborative Model for Integrating Technology into Teaching

    Cheryl A. Franklin & Deidre B. Sessoms

    This paper describes a collaborative professional development model in which faculty in a College of Education partnered with a local school district to design and implement a year-long project in ... More

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  3. Accounting for Every Child: The Evaluation of Reading Recovery[R]

    Francisco X. Gomez-Bellenge

    This is a description of the evaluation of Reading Recovery (RR). RR is an early reading intervention serving about 125,000 children every year in about 8,000 U.S. schools. Its 15,000 teachers... More

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  4. Beliefs and Issues Arising from a Virtual Collaborative Student-Alumni-Faculty Action Research Project

    Sue Marquis Gordon, Jennifer L. Edwards & Ramona D. Hollie-Major

    Can graduate students in a distance learning environment gain meaningful research experience through a virtual action research project? The answer is an emphatic "yes." The purpose of this paper is... More

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  5. You Should--I Should: Mentoring Responsibilities as Perceived by Faculty, Alumni, and Students

    Jennifer L. Edwards & Sue Marquis Gordon

    What do students and faculty say that they and each other should do to create an effective mentoring relationship? A collaborative team of eleven students, five alumni, and three faculty members... More

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