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  • Germany in Transition (inclusive education)

    Konferenzbeitrag (Präsentation) im Rahmen des Projekts “Raising Achievement for all Learners in Inclusive Education der European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Educattion.

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:51949" }

  • Improving Student Achievement in Mathematics

    This booklet summarizes the mathematics chapter from the Handbook of research on improving student achievement, second edition, published by the Educational Research Service. The Handbook is based on the idea that, in order to succeed, efforts to improve instruction must focus on the existing knowledge base in respect of effective teaching and learning. [...] The practices ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:36440" }

  • Steigerung der Bildungsqualität für alle Schülerinnen und Schüler im inklusiven Unterricht

    Das Projekt RA4AL versucht, über die Beschäftigung mit Inklusion und ihre Rechtfertigung hinauszugehen und den Fokus auf die Frage zu richten, wie durch inklusive Praxis und bildungspolitische Strategien besseres Lernen für alle Schülerinnen und Schüler ermöglicht werden kann. Zusammenfassender Bericht und Selbstreflexionsinstrument

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:59611" }

  • What Works in Improving the Educational Achievement of Gifted and Talented Pupils? - A Systematic Review of Literature (Summary)

    Im Jahr 2008 startete die damalige Regierung in Großbritannien ein Programm zur Identifikation und Förderung von Kindern mit besonderen Begabungen (gifted/talented). Vor diesem Hintergrund wurde eine systematische Auswerrtung von Studien vorgelegt, die sich mit der schulischen Förderung begabter Kinder beschäftigten.

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:49745" }

  • The Impact of School Choice on Pupil Achievement, Segregation and Costs: Swedish Evidence

    This paper (65 p.) evaluates school choice at the compulsory-school level by assessing a reform implemented in Sweden in 1992, which opened up for publicly funded but privately operated schools. In many local school markets, this reform led to a significant increase in the quantity of such schools as well as in the share of pupils attending them. We estimate the impact of this ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:37700" }

  • Everybody is Different in a Different Way (inclusive education)

    Präsentation im Rahmen der Konferenz zum Projekt “Raising Achievement in Inclusive Education“. Vorgestellt wird die Sophie-Scholl-Schule in Gießen, die für ihr gelebte Inklusion ausgezeichnet wurde.

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:51951" }

  • What Democracy Means to Ninth-Graders: U.S. Results From the International IEA Civic Education Study.

    This report presents an analysis of U.S. data from an assessment of the civic knowledge and skills of 14-year old students across 28 countries and their attitudes toward civic issues. The Civic Education Study assessment was conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). In the United States, the assessment was administered to a ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:14412" }

  • How Large an Effect Can We Expect from School Reforms?

    Judging the success of school reform requires an interpretative context in which to judge whether effects obtained are large enough to be important or so small as to be a disappointment. The logic of school reform suggests two frameworks with which to judge the importance of effects. One is the size of the existing achievement gaps between important groups in society. The ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:35606" }

  • How Long Do Teacher Effects Persist?

    Previous findings from experimental and non-experimental studies have demonstrated that teachers differ in their effectiveness. In addition, evidence from non-experimental studies has indicated that teacher effects can last up to five years. This study used high-quality data from a four-year randomized experiment in which teachers and students were randomly assigned to classes ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:38158" }

  • TIMSS and PIRLS International Study Center (Boston College - USA)

    The Center is dedicated to conduct comparative studies in educational achievement. Principally, it serves as the International Study Center for IEA´s studies in mathematics,science, and reading - the Trends in Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) and the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). There are information on TIMSS 1995, 1999, 2003 and PIRLS 2001, ...

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    { "DBS": "DE:DBS:14438" }

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