3 edition of Concept development materials for gifted elementary pupils: final report of field testing found in the catalog.
Concept development materials for gifted elementary pupils: final report of field testing
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|Statement||[by] Theodore Sands, Robert E. Rumery [and] Richard C. Youngs.|
|Contributions||Rumery, Robert E., joint author., Youngs, Richard C., joint author., Illinois. Dept. of Program Development for Gifted Children.|
|LC Classifications||LC3993 .S26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 43 l.|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||a 68007174|
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ERIC - ED - CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT MATERIALS FOR GIFTED ELEMENTARY PUPILS--FINAL REPORT OF FIELD TESTING., AN ANALYSIS OF A FIELD TEST OF SCIENCE LEARNING MATERIALS FOR ABLE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS IS REPORTED.
THE LEARNING MATERIALS FIELD TESTED AND EVALUATED WERE UNGRADED INDEPENDENT STUDY : Theodore Sands. report resumes. ed se concept development materials for gifted elementary pupils- -final report of field testing. by sands, theodore. and others illinois state univ., normal.
pub date ecrs price mf$ hc$ 50p. descriptors *concept formation, *elementary school science, *able students, curriculum development, grace. report resumes. ed se the development and testing of instructional materials for gifted primary pupils.
final report. by- sands, theodore hicklin, charles r. illinois state univ., normal pub date. edrs price mf-$ hc-$ 69p. descriptors- *elementary school science, *instruction, *individual instruction, *programed.
The university-school partnership aimed at assisting the development and growth of the school, through providing expertise in the field of gifted education to. Development, Learning, and Motivation—Candidates know, understand, and use the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to development of children and young adolescents to construct learning opportunities that support individual students’ development, acquisition of knowledge, and motivation.
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The system varies throughout Germany because each state (Land) decides its own educational policies. In this book, I explore a variety of board games, card games, dice games, word games, and puzzles that many children and adults play. Many of these games come in both non-electronic and electronic formats.
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final report by Jane Ann Razeghiwas assessed in two field experiments in elementary schools. Students in the TAI classes in both experiments scored higher than control students. of becoming gifted if they want to dev elop their near-gifted abilities to the gifted level” (SOI Systems Gifted Program,para.
By the early s, the SOI-LA assessments were incr. Instructional Materials, Questioning Techniques. Sciences. Teacher Behavior. *Teaching Methods. To test the efficacy of inquiry. development materials with the gifted.
six. 7th-graders with 10's in thetop 37 participated in an inquiry science class with. specially selected materials twice a week for 40 minutes over 6 months. six children with. This article draws on material that formed part of a project entitled ‘Sustaining Pupils’ Progress at Year 3'1.
One area that emerged as significant early in the project was the practice and.These proceedings report the results of 10 years of ongoing research by the Malaysian Child Development Project to develop and implement measures to study the cognitive, language, and socioemotional development of Malaysian preschool children.
Part 1 of the report contains opening speeches delivered by conference organizers and dignitaries. BASIC PRINCIPLES IN MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT (Tomlinson, ) 9. The following guidelines were based on the final report of the 5th sub-regional workshop on the development of basic literacy learning materials for ‘un-reached’ population in South Asia () at least two units of a book or a set of materials need to be inspected.