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Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – 2002
This document suggests some guidelines for conducting an effective parent-teacher conference. Many schools now host "arena type" conferences, in which the teachers assemble in the gymnasium and parents seek them out. This type of setting offers no privacy and places pressure on parents and teachers to keep discussions short. Ideally, teachers and…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Elementary Secondary Education, Guides, Parent Participation
Wotiska, Dorita; Romano, Louis G. – 1981
A study was conducted in selected Michigan elementary schools to determine the extent of implementation of seven Individually Guided Education (IGE) components. IGE is a program featuring individualized instruction of elementary school students and was developed by the Wisconsin Research and Development Center. The principals of fourteen IGE…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Educational Environment, Educational Research, Elementary Education
Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – 1994
This booklet is designed to help middle school students and their teachers analyze in-school study habits, providing 12 specific suggestions to help students succeed academically. Students need to understand the importance of: (1) school attendance; (2) good health; (3) paying attention in class; (4) effective note-taking skills; (5) picking a…
Descriptors: Attendance, Child Health, Classroom Environment, Elementary School Students
Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – 1994
This booklet is designed to help middle school students and their parents analyze student study habits, plan a study schedule, organize a place to study, and actually study their subjects. Students and parents should analyze a typical day's activities to see how the student spends his or her time, using a chart to see how each hourly (or…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Elementary School Students, Home Study, Intermediate Grades
Hamachek, Alice L.; Romano, Louis G. – 1984
This handbook for teachers on conducting a successful parent-teacher conference offers suggestions on: (1) key factors of a successful conference; (2) kinds of individual conferences; (3) creating a positive conference environment; (4) preparing for the conference; (5) conducting the conference; (6) concluding the conference; (7) following the…
Descriptors: Intermediate Grades, Middle Schools, Parent Teacher Conferences, Parent Teacher Cooperation
Powell, William W.; Romano, Louis G. – 1981
Evaluative criteria providing subjective and objective responses has been established for the planning, organization, implementation and/or evaluation of a middle school by experts in the middle school concept. Students, parents, staff, and administration should be involved in the evaluation of the middle school's philosophy. By rating statements…
Descriptors: Educational Assessment, Educational Innovation, Evaluation Criteria, Intermediate Grades
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Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – Middle School Journal, 1977
A basic principle of education stresses the importance of providing differentiated educational treatment for varied maturity levels. Physical, emotional and social, and mental growth characteristics are identified and aligned with corresponding implications for the curriculum. (Author/MLF)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Developmental Stages, Maturation, Middle Schools
Romano, Louis G.; Georgiady, Nicholas P. – 1997
Students who are no longer children but not yet fully adolescent require an appropriate program to meet their specific education needs. The true middle school program can meet these needs. In an effort to provide usable and valuable guidelines for evaluation of existing school programs and for planning new ones, this booklet describes 14…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Educational Planning
Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – 1992
Noting that many middle schools do not pay sufficient attention to the emotional, physical, and social development of their students, this booklet presents characteristics of successful middle school programs, as recognized by scholars in the middle school movement. Each characteristic is accompanied by an explanation of the "what and…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Educational Quality, Elementary School Students
Georgiady, Nicholas P.; Romano, Louis G. – NASSP Bull, 1970
A project instituted to study the problem of inadequate and poor-quality summer programs for teenagers is discussed, and a list of "programs for the seventies is given. (DB)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Delinquency Prevention, School Role, State Surveys