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The Promise of Place: Using Place-based Education Principles to Enhance Learning

Place-based Education enriches and engages learners by virtue of direct connections to the students’ environment and the process of integrating multiple curricula domains.

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Published online: January 14, 2016

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An Institutional Blind Spot: Academic Exclusions

My paper makes a case that misplaced exclusions can hinder student retentions.

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Published online: January 14, 2016

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Learning Preference Changes in the Educational Setting

The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between the learning preferences of pre-service and experienced elementary educators and the impact they may have on pedagogical knowledge.

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Published online: January 8, 2016

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Collaborative Teacher Evaluations: The Model for Collaborative Evaluations as a Framework for Teacher Evaluations: Collaborative Teacher Evaluations

Teacher evaluations are a vital component of a continuous improvement process that can, if administered correctly, help with the ultimate goal of getting our students to be successful.

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Published online: December 30, 2015

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Formative Assessment and other Assessment Methods in Biology Education and Pre-service Biology Teacher Training in the Czech Republic

The study, focused on assessment methods used in Czech biology education, showed respondents’ minimal experience with formative assessment.

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Published online: December 30, 2015

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Benefits of Assessing Linguistic Skills within the Evaluation of Navigational Skills

This study investigated the relationship between navigational and linguistic skills to determine if this variable could offer a better assessment of navigational ability for children who have complex communication needs.

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Published online: December 30, 2015

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Effective Cooperating Teacher Qualities and Practices for Candidates Preparing for a Career in Special Education

This paper identifies the T.E.A.C.H. model that focuses on effective research-based qualities and practices implemented by cooperating teachers who mentor candidates preparing for a career in the special education field.

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Published online: December 16, 2015

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Learning and Negotiating Standard English in the US Classroom: Overlooked Challenges of Creole English Speakers

Based on language performance data collected in an ESL program in an urban US school district, this paper discusses the unique challenges confronting speakers of Creole English learning Standard English.

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Published online: December 16, 2015

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Foreign Language Teachers’ Assessment Practices in French-Speaking Belgium’s Upper Secondary Schools: a Case Study

French-speaking Belgium’s Foreign language teachers have to assess communicative skills (reading, listening, speaking, writing). This paper focuses on the legal requirements teachers have to meet in terms of assessment.

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Published online: December 16, 2015

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Does Little Data Count as Assessment in Language Teaching and Learning?

This is an examination of the outcomes of 1st-grade students at the 2nd Model Experimental Senior High School of Thessaloniki in the English language in a number of task types.

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Published online: November 20, 2015

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