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Russo, James A. – Teaching Children Mathematics, 2018
Three-in-a-Row Lucky Numbers is an engaging, enjoyable, mathematically meaningful, game-based activity involving dice and a hundred chart, which can be used to introduce students to multiplication. The game provides a mechanism for students to explore the structure of multiplication, experiment with the distributive property, and begin to…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Multiplication, Educational Games, Teaching Methods
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Brock, Richard – Science & Education, 2018
The conceptualisation of knowledge as justified true belief has been shown to be, at the very least, an incomplete account. One challenge to the justified true belief model arises from the proposition of situations in which a person possesses a belief that is both justified and true which some philosophers intuit should not be classified as…
Descriptors: Science Education, Scientific Attitudes, Epistemology, Concept Formation
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Vaicekauskaite, Rita; Valackiene, Asta – Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 2018
Entrepreneurship has been seen as a mystical phenomenon for many years. It has been a prevalent notion about success for talented and lucky people. The growing number of research confirms that education plays a significant role in fostering entrepreneurship and new attitudes to it. Recent measurements have mainly been oriented to education as…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Educational Needs, Universities, Education Work Relationship
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Urhiewhu, Lucky Oghenetega; Emojorho, Daniel – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
The article paper was on conceptual and theoretical framework of digital information resources usage by undergraduates: Implication to higher institutions education in Delta and Edo of Nigeria. It revealed the concept of digital information resources [DIRs] and model theory that related to the study. Finding shows that DIRs are use to low extent…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Universities, Higher Education
Schwartz, Audrey James – 1978
A survey by the Los Angeles Times indicated that only 18% of the 64% of the Californians who voted for Proposition 13 did so with the hope that expenditures for education would be reduced. However, because financial support for both kindergarten through twelfth grades and community colleges have come largely from local sources, these two segments…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Declining Enrollment, Educational Finance, Financial Problems
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Tshireletso, Lucky – 1996
This paper examines the Botswana government's objectives and implementation strategies in the development of community secondary schools. With a population of 1.5 million and an annual growth rate of 3.5 percent, Botswana is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. Recent dramatic economic growth, largely due to diamond revenues, has not…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Community Control, Community Schools, Economic Factors
Allen, Caron – 1985
Through Japanses comic strips (called "manga" in Japanese) students can gain an appreciation not only for the different sensibilities of the Japanese but for similarities as well. One unit consists of an essay, a comic strip, frame by frame explanations, and questions for discussion. In total, there are nine units because odd numbers are…
Descriptors: Asian Studies, Buddhism, Children, Comics (Publications)
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Holster, Trevor A.; Lake, J. – Language Assessment Quarterly, 2016
Stewart questioned Beglar's use of Rasch analysis of the Vocabulary Size Test (VST) and advocated the use of 3-parameter logistic item response theory (3PLIRT) on the basis that it models a non-zero lower asymptote for items, often called a "guessing" parameter. In support of this theory, Stewart presented fit statistics derived from…
Descriptors: Guessing (Tests), Item Response Theory, Vocabulary, Language Tests
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Milenkovic, Dusica D.; Hrin, Tamara N.; Segedinac, Mirjana D.; Horvat, Sasa – Journal of Chemical Education, 2016
This study describes the development and application of a three-tier test as a valid and reliable tool in diagnosing students' misconceptions regarding some basic concepts about carbohydrates. The test was administrated to students of the Pharmacy Department at the University of Bijeljina (Serb Republic). The results denoted construct and content…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Misconceptions, Scientific Concepts, College Science
Gill, Sean; Posamentier, Jordan; Hill, Paul T. – Center on Reinventing Public Education, 2016
Over the past two decades, big cities have been the most consistent focus of investment and controversy in American public education. The challenges for big cities are obvious. Increasing numbers of foreign-born students and students living in poverty, coupled with dramatic declines in the numbers of native-born middle-class students, mean that…
Descriptors: Suburban Schools, Public Education, Educational Quality, School Districts
Iadevaia, David G. – 1989
In 1989 a study was conducted at Pima Community College (PCC) to assess students' knowledge of basic physical science concepts. A three-part survey instrument was administered to students in a second semester sociology class, a first semester astronomy class, a second semester Spanish class, and a first semester physics class. The survey…
Descriptors: College Science, Community Colleges, Educational Needs, Educational Testing
Mendels, Pamela – Wallace Foundation, 2016
School district officials have faced the urgent task in recent years of ensuring that all schools, not just a lucky few, benefit from sure-footed leadership by professionals who know how to focus on instruction and improve it. The question boils down to this: How can districts develop a pipeline of great school principals? Research about a Wallace…
Descriptors: Principals, Urban Schools, School Districts, Administrator Characteristics
Gagnon, Joe, Ed. – National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice, 2004
This issue of "EDJJ Notes" contains the following articles: (1) "In the News: Suspension, Race, and Disability in Maryland" (Michael Krezmien and Peter Leone); (2) "Establishing and Maintaining Quality Education Programs in Juvenile Corrections" (Lucky Mason); (3) "Resources for Parents: The Technical Assistance…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Correctional Education, Juvenile Justice, Disabilities
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Badenhausen, Richard – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012
To be in honors is to be engaged in many different economic arrangements and exchanges. Honors educators work in concert with their admissions offices while recruiting high-achieving students whose decisions often hinge on how much money the institution can offer in the form of discounts to tuition and financial aid. Honors programs that tie…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Cost Effectiveness, Input Output Analysis, Economic Factors
Mendels, Pamela – Wallace Foundation, 2017
School district officials have faced the urgent task in recent years of ensuring that all schools, not just a lucky few, benefit from sure-footed leadership by professionals who know how to focus on instruction and improve it. The question boils down to this: How can districts develop a pipeline of great school principals? Research about a Wallace…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Qualifications, School Districts, Administrator Characteristics
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