ERIC Number: ED452155
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Dec
Reference Count: N/A
Studies in Teaching 2000 Research Digest. Research Projects Presented at Annual Research Forum (Winston-Salem, North Carolina, December 2000).
McCoy, Leah P., Ed.
This collection of papers includes: "Cheating: Ethics and Honor of High School Students" (Nick Bender); "Assessing Listening Proficiency in High School Spanish Classes" (Michelle Bennett); "Multiple Intelligences, Assessment and Achievement in Traditional High School Classes" (Kathryn Byrnes); "Who Wants To Be a Scientist? An Investigation of High School Student Attitudes Toward Science" (Amaris Carr); "Multimedia in High School English Classes and the Perceived Effects on Student Learning" (Mindi Fry); "Making Tracks: Honors and Standard Classes" (Elizabeth Godsey); "Teaching Spanish to Exceptional Children" (Shearon Green); "The Success of Teaching the Concepts of Evolution: The Effect of Concept Integration on End-of-Course Exam Scores" (Kathryn Horne); "Teachers' Perceptions on Teacher/Student Relationships in the Classroom" (Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick); "No Wrestling Allowed: Teaching Controversial Context in High School Social Studies" (Akwete McAlister); "How High School English Teachers Facilitate Classroom Discussion about Literature" (Melissa McCabe); "Is the Number of Heuristic Devices Employed by High School Students Related to Their Success in Answering Algorithmic and Concept Oriented Chemistry Problems?" (Jennifer McCluan); "Changes in Attitudes: Do a Student's Attitudes Concerning Chemistry Change After Exposure To Some Basic Chemistry Demonstrations?" (Janis McDonald); "Teacher Attitudes Toward Inclusion" (Elizabeth Miller); "Teaching Algebra: One Best System?" (Margo Muhr); "On Teaching Writing Well: Writing Instruction at the High School Level" (Julie Pederson); "High School Students' Attitudes Towards Math: Effect of Ethnicity, Gender and Parents' Education" (Darryl Piggott); "The Teaching of Culture in Secondary Level Spanish Classes: The Selection and Implementation of Cultural Topics" (Anne Salsbury); "Reader Response and Student Motivation" (Jill Snyder); "Social Studies Teachers' Attitudes Toward End-of-Course Exams" (Nikolai Vitti); "Examining the Political Beliefs and Attitudes of High School Students" (Jennifer Watson); and "How Do High School English Teachers Use Different Levels of Questioning in the Classroom?" (Alison Winzeler). (Papers include references.) (SM)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academically Gifted, Algebra, Cheating, Chemistry, Codes of Ethics, Concept Teaching, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Cultural Education, Educational Attainment, English, Ethnicity, Heuristics, High School Students, High Schools, Inclusive Schools, Listening Skills, Literature, Mainstreaming, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Instruction, Multimedia Instruction, Multiple Intelligences, Parents, Political Attitudes, Questioning Techniques, Reader Response, Science Education, Second Language Instruction, Secondary School Teachers, Sex Differences, Social Studies, Spanish, Student Attitudes, Student Evaluation, Student Motivation, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods, Track System (Education), Writing Instruction
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC. Dept. of Education.