Teaching, Learning, Policy & Leadership
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The departments within the College of Education were reorganized and renamed as of July 1, 2011. This department incorporates the former departments of Curriculum & Instruction, Education Policy Studies, and Organizational Leadership & Policy Studies.
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Syntactic Fluency and Cohesive Ties in College Freshmen Writing (1986)The purpose of this study was to investigate certain predetermined types of syntactic constructions and cohesive ties college freshmen exploit in a persuasive writing task. To accomplish this purpose, two sets of papers ...
The Ability of Maryland English Teachers to Rate Holistically The Quality of Student Explanatory Writing (1988)The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of Maryland English teachers in using the Maryland Writing Test scoring criteria to place modified holistic ratings on student explanatory writing . The performance ...
The Effects of Training and Practice in the Use of a Self-Monitoring Technique to Enhance the Reading Comprehension of Intermediate-Grade Students (1982)The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of training and practice in using a self-monitoring technique to enhance the comprehension of intermediate-grade poor comprehenders. Subjects were 129 sixth ...
The Effects of Curricula on Students' Ability to Analyze and Solve Problems in Algebra (1988)The purpose of this study was to compare students two different curricula on two problem solving in abilities, the ability to identify the underlying mathematical structure in a problem and the ability to solve problems. ...
Effects of Induced Schemata Upon Intermediate and Advanced High School ESOL Students' Reading Comprehension of Selected Expository Passages. (1984)This study investigated the effects of induced schemata upon the reading comprehension of intermediate or advanced high school ESOL students. A secondary purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between ...