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Champagne, Audrey B.; And Others – 1979
Teachers in elementary schools, supervisors of instruction, and other educational practitioners are the primary audience for this publication. The paper presents philosophical, psychological, and practical reasons for including a problem-solving approach in elementary school instruction. It draws on the writings of John Dewey, Jean Piaget, James…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education
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Resnick, Ilyse; Jordan, Nancy C.; Hansen, Nicole; Rajan, Vinaya; Rodrigues, Jessica; Siegler, Robert S.; Fuchs, Lynn S. – Developmental Psychology, 2016
Development of fraction number line estimation was assessed longitudinally over 5 time points between 4th and 6th grades. Although students showed positive linear growth overall, latent class growth analyses revealed 3 distinct growth trajectory classes: Students who were highly accurate from the start and became even more accurate (n = 154);…
Descriptors: Fractions, Intermediate Grades, Elementary School Students, Computation
Resnick, Ilyse; Jordan, Nancy C.; Hansen, Nicole; Rajan, Vinaya; Rodrigues, Jessica; Siegler, Robert S.; Fuchs, Lynn S. – Grantee Submission, 2016
Development of fraction number line estimation was assessed longitudinally over five time points between fourth and sixth grades. Although students showed positive linear growth overall, latent class growth analyses revealed three distinct growth trajectory classes: Students who were highly accurate from the start and became even more accurate (n…
Descriptors: Fractions, Intermediate Grades, Elementary School Students, Computation
Chriqui, Jamie; Resnick, Elissa; Schneider, Linda; Schermbeck, Rebecca; Adcock, Tessa; Carrion, Violeta; Chaloupka, Frank – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2013
This brief report updates data published in August 2010 from the most comprehensive, ongoing nationwide analysis of written wellness policies. It includes data from the 2006-07 through the 2010-11 school years, which were the first five years following the required implementation date for wellness policies. The major findings and trends presented…
Descriptors: Technical Assistance, School Districts, Hunger, Nutrition
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Resnick, Robert – Journal of Chemical Education, 1980
Discusses eight misconceptions concerning Einstein's work and views, as part of a presentation at the Einstein Symposium held at the 178th National American Chemical Society Meetings in Washington, D.C., in September, 1979. (CS)
Descriptors: Chemistry, College Science, Higher Education, Relativity
Resnick, Robert J. – 1984
Benefits of hospital-based internship and residency programs for training psychologists are discussed, along with issues concerning licensing or certification. In hospitals, interns and residents are exposed to unusual and diverse forms of physical and mental pathology, as well as contact with a diverse patient population crossing all ages, racial…
Descriptors: Certification, Clinical Experience, Credentials, Higher Education
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Resnick, Robert J. – Education, 1978
The article describes and discusses commonly seen problem children, delineates information into the causes of the emotional and behavioral problems, explores strategies for teachers working with the child on a daily basis, and provides anecdotal data to help detect the emotionally disabled child and to illustrate the recommended interventions.…
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Behavior Problems, Case Studies, Disability Identification
RESNICK, ROBERT J. – 1968
IN ORDER TO EXAMINE THE EFFECTS OF TRAINING AND SOCIOECONOMIC CLASS UPON VISUAL INTEGRATIVE ABILITIES AND THEIR RAMIFICATION IN THE THEORIES OF PIAGET AND WERNER, 60 FIRST-GRADE MALE CHILDREN WERE ASSIGNED TO ONE OF THREE TRAINING CONDITIONS. HALF OF THE BOYS WERE FROM A BETTER THAN AVERAGE SOCIOECONOMIC BACKGROUND WHILE THE REMAINDER WERE DRAWN…
Descriptors: Child Development, Child Psychology, Family Characteristics, Grade 1
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Resnick, Robert J. – Psychology in the Schools, 1977
It was concluded that the abbreviated WISC-R may be appropriate when intelligence is a question relative to candidacy for therapy or as a noncritical, general indication of intelligence when IQ classification is not important and/or assessment time is limited. (Author)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Intelligence Tests, Junior High Schools, Measurement Instruments
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The completed WISC-R's (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised) of 76 white urban children with academic problems (6 years, 0 months to 15 years, 9 months) were rescored utilizing the Satz and Mogel criteria for an abbreviated intelligence measure. Extremely high correlations for IQ's (.96 - .98) and subtests (.66 - .95) were found.…
Descriptors: Academically Handicapped, Elementary School Students, Intelligence Tests, Statistical Analysis
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Eadens, Daniel W.; Davidson, Frank D.; Eadens, Danielle M. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The last three decades of board research has embarked on various aspects of school boards (Alsbury, 2008b; Delagardelle, 2008; Resnick & Bryant, 2010; Strauss, 2018) including characteristics of effective boards (Alsbury & Gore, 2015; Dervarics & O'Brien, 2016), importance of targeted school board trainings (Cook, 2014; Gann, 2015;…
Descriptors: Boards of Education, Governing Boards, Leadership Training, Educational Benefits
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Resnick, Robert J.; Entin, Alan D. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1971
It was concluded that while the correlations between the full and abbreviated WISC are consistent with previous research, the many discrepancies in levels of intelligence suggest that the abbreviated administration is of questionable validity when used with black children. (Author)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Black Education, Black Youth, Intelligence
Glaser, Robert; Resnick, Lauren – 1991
The work of the National Research Center on Student Learning (CSL) is described. The CSL, one of 23 national centers funded by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, is an integral part of the Learning Research and Development Center of the University of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania). The CSL conducts interdisciplinary research that…
Descriptors: Agency Role, Classroom Research, Critical Thinking, Elementary Secondary Education
Niemi, David, Ed.; Pea, Roy D., Ed.; Saxberg, Bror, Ed.; Clark, Richard E., Ed. – IAP - Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2018
This book provides a comprehensive introduction by an extraordinary range of experts to the recent and rapidly developing field of learning analytics. Some of the finest current thinkers about ways to interpret and benefit from the increasing amount of evidence from learners' experiences have taken time to explain their methods, describe examples,…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Data Collection, Data Analysis, Educational Benefits
Resnick, Lauren B.; Glaser, Robert – 1975
This paper argues that a major aspect of intelligence is the ability to solve problems and that careful analysis of problem-solving behavior is a means of specifying many of the psychological processes that make up intelligence. The focus is on the mechanisms involved when, in the absence of complete instruction, a person must "invent" a new…
Descriptors: Association (Psychology), Cognitive Processes, Creative Thinking, Creativity
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