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ERIC Number: ED109617
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 131
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Reading and School Achievement--Cognitive and Affective Influences; Selected Readings from the 8th Annual Spring Reading Conference at Rutgers University.
Kling, Martin, Ed.
This conference report contains the following papers: "Ability versus Knowledge in Testing Educational Achievement" and "Knowledge vs. Ability in Achievement Testing," by Robert L. Ebel; "A Four-Domain Taxonomy for Classifying Educational Tasks and Objectives," by Bruce W. Tuckman; "On the Social Psychology of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Further Evidence for Pygmalion Effects and Their Mediating Mechanisms," by Robert Rosenthal; "Beyond Pygmalion: Galatea in the Schools," a study of the self-fulfilling prophecy by Bruce W. Tuckman and Milton L. Bierman; "Quest for Synthesis," by Martin Kling, dealing with models for reading and reading research; "Learning to Read: Six Papers in Search of a Model," by Joanna P. Williams; "For Johnny's Reading Sake," by J. Michael Palardy, dealing with "Pygmalion effects" on the reading achievement of young boys; "The Disadvantaged Can Succeed," by Blanche Hope Smith; "Reading Difficulty and Classroom Acceptance," by Deon O. Stevens; and "Some Experiments on Visual and Aural Word Recognition," by Joanna P. Williams. (MKM)
Conferences Dept., Rutgers University, Continuing Education Center, Clifton Avenue, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903 ($4.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Rutgers, The State Univ., New Brunswick, NJ. Univ. Extension Div.