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Yearbook of Research on the Study of Developmentalism is a powerful argument for expanding the definitions (and measurement criteria) for at-risk students based on solid cognitive and pedagogical research. Theory and practice of learning needs is thoroughly discussed. In this second volume of the yearly series, Robert Hashway has defined further the paradigms of research and development in this crucial area of education.
|Introduction to Developmentalism||p. 1|
|At-Risk Students in College-Reflections from Effective School Research||p. 65|
|Evolution of Adult and Developmental Education Philosophies||p. 83|
|Qualifying and Credentialing Developmental Educationrs||p. 99|
|Measurement of Reading Beyond Standardized Reading Tests||p. 109|
|Cognitive Approaches to Developmental Curriculum Development||p. 139|
|Theoretical and Pedagogical Alternative to Meeting the Learning Needs of At-Risk Students-the Alternative Resource Center||p. 153|
|The Rites of Passage: A model of collegiate performance||p. 197|
|Subject Index||p. 285|
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Series: Education Research S: Theory and Empirical Foundations : Book 2
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: January 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 15.19 x 2.36
Weight (kg): 0.61