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Litman, Cindy; Greenleaf, Cynthia – Reading Research Quarterly, 2018
This study drew on observations of 40 secondary English language arts, history, and science lessons to describe variation in opportunities for students to engage in argumentation and possible implications for student engagement and learning. The authors focused their analysis on two broad dimensions of argumentation tasks: (1) "Instructional…
Descriptors: Task Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Secondary School Students, English
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Litman, Cindy; Marple, Stacy; Greenleaf, Cynthia; Charney-Sirott, Irisa; Bolz, Michael J.; Richardson, Lisa K.; Hall, Allison H.; George, MariAnne; Goldman, Susan R. – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2017
This study presents a descriptive analysis of 71 videotaped lessons taught by 34 highly regarded secondary English language arts, history, and science teachers, collected to inform an intervention focused on evidence-based argumentation from multiple text sources. Studying the practices of highly regarded teachers is valuable for identifying…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Secondary School Teachers, English Teachers, Science Teachers
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Kashuba, Mary Helen – NECTFL Review, 2017
In this article teachers will find a rationale and examples for connections between literature and other disciplines, such as history, science, art, political science, philosophy, and psychology. The article addresses the goal of the Connections standard, as defined by the "World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages" (W-RSFLL)…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Standards, Second Language Learning
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Wang, Tiao – Language and Intercultural Communication, 2014
General education (GE) is a new fashion in Chinese university courses, as can be seen by the fact that a GE curriculum has been set in several high-ranking universities in China recently. These courses include knowledge of history, arts, science, society, law and medicine, etc., and require English as the bridge between Chinese cultures and…
Descriptors: General Education, Intercultural Communication, Foreign Countries, Language Teachers
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Spires, Hiller A.; Kerkhoff, Shea N.; Graham, Abbey C. K.; Thompson, Isaac; Lee, John K. – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2018
The goal of this study was to define the construct and establish the validity of disciplinary literacy, which has recently gained attention from the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (National Governors Association Center for Best Practices & Council of Chief State School Officers in Common Core State Standards for English…
Descriptors: Validity, Literacy, English, Language Arts
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Finkel, Ed – Community College Journal, 2016
Does America needs more welders and fewer philosophers? Community college humanities professors and administrators say it benefits all students, whether liberal arts or career track, to take courses in philosophy, history, political science, language arts, and other liberal arts subjects. And they're developing innovative humanities curricula to…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Vocational Education, Career Education, Humanities
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Reisman, Abby – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2017
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) call on science and social studies teachers to engage in literacy instruction that prepares students for the academic rigors of college. The Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) designed a framework to address the challenge of literacy-content integration. At the heart of the intervention are fill-in-the-blank…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Course Content, Common Core State Standards, Science Instruction
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Leins, Patricia A.; Cuenca-Carlino, Yojanna; Kiuhara, Sharlene A.; Jacobson, Laura Thompson – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2017
An increasing challenge for many secondary special education teachers is preparing students for the writing demands in postsecondary settings. The self-regulated strategy development (SRSD) model of writing instruction, considered an evidence-based practice, is an effective strategy for enhancing the writing skills of students with disabilities,…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Teaching Methods, Special Education Teachers, Writing Instruction
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Aldan Karademir, Cigdem – International Journal of Educational Methodology, 2019
The aim of the study is to examine the pre-service teachers' problem solving skills and curiosity levels according to different variables and to determine whether there is a relationship between them. The research was designed as a descriptive study in the survey model. The sample of the study consists of 1st and 4th grade pre-service teachers in…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Problem Solving, Personality Traits, Foreign Countries
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Benedict, Cathy L. – Theory Into Practice, 2012
Even though there are multiple literacies, the preoccupation and even reliance on the primacy of functional literacy, as seen as an end-point in the formal process of schooling, masks an ideology that rarely goes interrogated throughout all disciplines. This article considers the obligation and structure of functional literacy, and, in particular,…
Descriptors: Music, Functional Literacy, Music Education, Ideology
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Hacker, Michael – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2018
Computational Thinking (CT) is being promoted as "a fundamental skill used by everyone in the world by the middle of the 21st Century" (Wing, 2006). CT has been effectively integrated into history, ELA, mathematics, art, and science courses (Settle, et al., 2012). However, there has been no analogous effort to integrate CT into…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Thinking Skills, Technology Education, Engineering Education
National Assessment Governing Board, 2016
National standards for student achievement have been developed in the arts in a process that paralleled the standards discussions being held in mathematics, language arts, science, history, and other areas. The standards process, while demanding, has generated important discussion and debate about which art forms, what kind of knowledge, and what…
Descriptors: Art Education, National Competency Tests, Guidelines, National Standards
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Bloom, Elizabeth; VanSlyke-Briggs, Kjersti – Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education, 2019
In the last several years a good deal of public discourse was devoted to describing the effects that more than two decades of education reforms, the last iteration of which was known as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), has had on teaching and learning. It is widely argued that coupling teacher evaluations with students' test scores, enforced…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Creativity, Teacher Educators, Preservice Teachers
Westrick, Paul A.; Marini, Jessica P.; Shmueli, Doron; Young, Linda; Shaw, Emily J.; Ng, Helen – College Board, 2020
In May 2019, College Board published the first national operational SAT® validity study on the new SAT introduced in 2016. Based on data from more than 221,000 students across 169 four-year colleges and universities, the study showed that the SAT was essentially as effective as high school grades in predicting students' college performance and…
Descriptors: College Entrance Examinations, Test Validity, Prediction, Grades (Scholastic)
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Evaniuck, Jayson; Shaughnessy, Michael F. – Gifted Education International, 2019
Ellen Winner is a psychologist and a professor at Boston College. She specializes in psychology of art. In this interview, she answers the following questions including: (1) What are you currently working on, researching? (2) Could you elaborate on the intrinsic value of art education? (3) How might you compare your work today to earlier advocates…
Descriptors: Gifted, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Psychology
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