3 edition of Evaluating programs to increase student achievement found in the catalog.
Evaluating programs to increase student achievement
Martin H. Jason
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Martin H. Jason.|
|LC Classifications||LB2822.75 .J37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|ISBN 10||9781412951241, 9781412951258|
|LC Control Number||2007040297|
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Jason, a professor of education leadership and organizational change at Roosevelt University, this book provides a framework for schools to plan and evaluate their school improvement programs.
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Format Published Date ISBN Price; Paperback: 03/27/ Applying a Systems Approach to Increase Student Achievement. Publish guidelines (rubrics) for high-quality work, and have students evaluate performance against the guidelines.
Make sure guidelines are based on local standards for academic achievement, address content (not just format and mechanics) and are sufficiently challenging. Use guidelines diagnostically—not just to assign grades.
[Originally approved by the Curriculum Committee, J ; Revised 1/27/99, 12/11/02] The goals of addressing student evaluation are threefold: to measure a student’s academic achievement and competency development to promote timely and specific feedback to students so that they can evaluate their progress to identify students with academic problems in order.
This book is a synthesis of work done and expansion of the handouts, reports, graphs, charts, and communiques related to the work in approximately school districts developing standards-based accountability systems for compensatory education. It serves as a guide to evaluating compensatory education programs and using multiple measures to assess student by: Methods for Evaluating Educational Programs – Does Writing Center Participation Affect Student Achievement.
Article in Evaluation and program planning 36(1). practice theory (reading two student-selected, nonfictional books on the same subject back-to-back).This learning environment produced a 10% net gain in overall achievement, and the highest scores on vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and attitude measures.
Data also documented that when less able readers received 20File Size: 1MB. Strategies For Improving Student Achievement by David W. Grissmer Researchers attempting to assess the effectiveness of different educational strategies have had a rich database from which to draw. Since the early s individual states have leveraged the reform powers found in funding formulas to create varying policies that influenceFile Size: KB.
Measures of student learning typically include cognitive indicators of student performance and achievement, such as portfolio evaluations, grades, and scores from standardized tests. In addition, you may want to measure affective out-comes (attitudes and dispositions) and psychomotor outcomes (skills and behaviors).
On average, the exit of low-performing teachers resulted in an increase in student achievement equivalent to four months of learning in math Author: Lauren Camera. Evaluating Programs to Increase Student Achievement, by Jason, (2nd Edition) by Martin H.
Jason (Editor) Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast. 2 day shipping optionsBook Edition: 2nd Edition. student’s knowledge and skills can be compared to a national sample of students in the same grade level.
The efficiency and affordability of standardized tests, for evaluating teachers and students, led to these tests becoming the primary tool used by legislators andFile Size: KB.
Shippen, et al. A Comparison of Two Direct Instruction Reading Programs for Urban Middle School Students. Remedial and Special Education. 26(3), Introduction The purpose of this article is to determine whether or not language arts intervention programs increase student achievement.
Teacher Training, Teacher Quality, and Student Achievement douglas n. harris tim r. sass scholastic aptitude of teachers influences their ability to increase student achievement. _____ *We wish to thank the staff of there is an inherent selection problem in. from grade to grade are key to student success.
School comments about improved student math performance are organized below by topic—curriculum, teaching, student support, and assessment—with illustrations from survey responses. Themes in curriculum content and standards: y Alignment with state frameworks y Coherent, focused, demanding programFile Size: KB.
The assessment of student learning is important for demonstrating academic achievement and program success, particularly in the context of increasing tuition costs.
Measuring student learning outcomes is a process that necessitates sequential and systematic evaluation of library training, workshops, or by: Evaluation Model to positive results in raising student state test scores. When teachers’ one-to-one interactions with students were analyzed, Design Questions showed a relatively strong positive relationship with students’ achievement status and growth.
Correlations are associated with a 31 percentile point increase in student achievement. Evaluating Teacher Modeling as a Strategy to Increase Student Reading Behavior Article (PDF Available) in School psychology review 32(4). In Ethiopia, over a quarter of the population survives on less than two dollars a day.
International organizations and foreign governments provide funds to address the rampant poverty in this country and others, but little data is available to assess the effectiveness of such programs.
Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one nonprofit’s rigorous. state policy which tied student achievement measures to teacher and principal evaluations. Nearly half of state legislatures in the United States have passed similar legislation in the past two years.
This article examines recent state legislative policy requiring measures of student achievement to be included in teacher and principal Size: KB. Student Achievement and School Quality May Education Evolving’s ultimate goal is to increase the achievement of all young people.
To reach that goal, many high quality schools will be needed. But talking about “student achievement” and “school quality” means walking into a. Implementing Literacy Programs to Improve Student Achievement Dean Fixsen National Implementation Research Network 'America is losing its place as a world leader in education, and in fact is becoming less educated.
Among the 30 OECD free-market countries, the U.S. is the only nation where young adults are less educated than the previous generation. MOVE STUDENTS TOWARD AVERAGE OR HIGH ACHIEVEMENT • Maintain the same NCE to display a year’s worth of growth (longitudinal/cohort summaries) • 4th grade Science Mean NCE will increase from 62 to 63 • Increase Math scores for K by an average of NCEs • 5th grade will meet or exceed the 50th NP for Reading, Language, and MathematicsFile Size: 1MB.
Summer programs that provide small group or individual instruction produce the largest impact on student outcomes. Summer programs that require some form of parental involvement produce larger, positive effects than programs without this component.
Remedial summer programs may have a larger effect on math achievement than on reading. There Is Only One Way To Improve Student Achievement Harry K. Wong A. Two hundred studies have shown that the only factor that can create student achievement is a knowledgeable, skillful teacher.1 B.
A large scale study found that every additional dollar spent on raising teacher quality netted greater student achievement gains than did anyFile Size: KB.Classroom Instruction That Works book. Read 65 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
This is a perfect resource for all educators seeking research on the best strategies for raising student achievement through classroom instruction. A guide for educators of students in K, readers will find a wealth of research evidence /5.Research consistently places classroom management among the top five issues that affect student achievement.
To put its in perspective, classroom management was associated with an increase of 20% in student achievement when classroom rules and procedures were applied systematically (Hattie, ).