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World-class sounds: Music, social studies, and the Internet
(National Council for the Social Studies, 2001)
Ogretmenlerin karakter egitiminde yetkinlik duygusu konusunda bir olcme aracina dogru: Karakter egitimi yetkinlik inanci skalasi
(Değerler Eğitimi Merkezi, 2003)
Ögretmenlerin karakter egitimi konusundaki algilarini ölçmek için hazirlanan bir ölçme aracinin gelistirilmesi, test edilmesi ve Türkçeye uyarlanmasinin ele alinacagi bu makalede ögretmenlerin yetkinlik yapisinin karakter ...
Adult Literacy: A Review of Implementation Experience
(World Bank, Operations Evaluation Department, 2003)
Worldwide, nearly a billion adults, at least 600 million of them women, are illiterate. Adult literacy is highly relevant to poverty alleviation efforts worldwide, because in the 21st century much of the information needed ...
Instructional time loss in developing countries : concepts, measurement, and implications
(World Bank, 2009)
Students in developing countries are often taught for only a fraction of the intended number of school hours. Time is often wasted due to informal school closures, teacher absenteeism, delays, early departures, and poor ...
Efficient Learning for the Poor : Insights from the Frontier of Cognitive Neuroscience
(The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/World Bank, 2006)
This book integrates research into applications that extend from preschool brain development to the memory of adult educators. In layman's terms, it provides explanations and answers to questions such as: Why do children ...
Improving adult literacy outcomes: lessons from cognitive research for developing countries
(World Bank, 2003)
Abstract Despite the existence of about one billion illiterates in the world, adult literacy programs make up 1-5 percent of government or donor budgets, and they remain severely underfunded in comparison to primary ...
Teaching adults to read better and faster: results from an experiment in Burkina Faso
(World Bank, 2003)
Abstract Two cognitively oriented methods were tested in Burkina Faso to help illiterates learn to read more efficiently. These were (a) speeded reading of increasingly larger word units and (b) phonological awareness ...
The return of the native? :questions about geographical knowledge and spatial thinking
(Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2007)
GIS in K-12 education: pedagogical tool or weapon of mass distraction?
(Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2008)
Geography in an interdisciplinary environment: developing research paths
(Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2005)