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Family involvement with children's homework: An intervention in the middle grades.
This study investigated a middle-grades mathematics homework intervention designed to increase family involvement in homework. The participants were 74 sixth-grade students and their families from aExpand
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When mom and dad help : Student reflections on parent involvement with homework
This study investigated middle-grades students' perceptions about parental involvement with homework. Sixty-seven sixth-grade students completed 20 mathematics homework assignments designed toExpand
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Pre-service teachers' episodic memories of classroom management
This study focused on past excellent teachers’ classroom management strategies from the perspective of 148 pre-service teachers. The purpose of the study was to examine how pre-service teachers’Expand
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Digital Natives: Fifth-Grade Students' Authentic and Ritualistic Engagement with Technology.
Thirty four fifth-grade students were interviewed about classroom learning and technology. Interview data were considered through Schlechty’s (2002) levels of engagement framework to exploreExpand
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Family involvement with middle-grades homework: Effects of differential prompting
A middle-grades homework intervention was investigated to determine if variations in prompting families to be involved with mathematics homework would influence their level of involvement. The extentExpand
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Making a Difference in the Classroom: Strategies that Connect with Students
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Building Relationships Chapter 4 Respect Chapter 5 The Gift of Time Chapter 6 Encouragement Chapter 7 Teacher-Student Friendships Part 8 Building aExpand
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Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)
This qualitative study explored student and parent perspectives on the extent to which gifted and talented programs met the educational needs of gifted students in Grades 4 to 7. Fifty-two interviewsExpand
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