Tanya Manning

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  • JUDITH A. LANGER, Paola Bonissone, Carla Confer, Gladys Cruz, Ester Helmar-Salasoo, Sally Kahr +4 others
  • 2001
I would also like to thank George Hillocks, Taffy Raphael, and Virginia Goatley, whose comments on earlier drafts of this report helped strengthen it. We offer sincere thanks to the many teachers, students and schools for their cooperation. It was their commitment to increasing English teachers' knowledge about ways to improve student learning and(More)
  • JUDITH A. LANGER, Paola Bonissone, Carla Confer, Gladys Cruz, Ester Helmar-Salasoo, Sally Kahr +9 others
  • 2000
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study could not possibly have been accomplished without the hard work and professional expertise of field researchers Their case study reports complement this paper and provide detailed descriptions of particular programs. Together we would like to thank the teachers, their colleagues-in-education, and their students, both real and(More)
To determine the higher order factors defined by scales of the Interpersonal Style Inventory (ISI), data from two male samples and from one female sample were separately analyzed. Intercorrelations of 14 of the scales were analyzed by the method of principal axes. The five rotated factors established were highly similar across samples. They were interpreted(More)
  • STEVEN OSTROWSKI, SCHOOL CLASSROOMS, Sharifa Dulberg, Janet Angelis, Paula Preller, Tanya Manning +1 other
  • 2000
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank all of the Dade County teachers, administrators, and district personnel with whom I worked closely and without whose generous cooperation this study would not have been possible. I would also like to thank Sharifa Dulberg, Janet Angelis, and Paula Preller for the insightful help they've given me in strengthening this(More)
  • JANAS MASZTAL, STEVEN OSTROWSKI, Steven Athanases, Janet Angelis, Sherry Guice, Paula Preller +2 others
  • 1999
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank all of the Dade County teachers, administrators, and district personnel with whom I worked closely and without whose generous cooperation this study would not have been possible. I would also like to thank Steven Athanases, Janet Angelis, Sherry Guice, and Paula Preller for the insightful help they've given me in(More)
Tested three hypotheses with regard to the differences among four sex-role types. Ss were 423 girls and 225 boys in five private high schools in grades 9 to 12. Each volunteer S completed the Berm Sex Role Inventory, the Interpersonal Style Inventory, and Loevinger's Sentence Completion Test. Ss were categorized or typed as Masculine, Feminine, Androgynous(More)
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