This study examined family factors associated with school mobility and if either a move during the previous year or cumulative moves across elementary school were related to child functioning. School mobility during elementary school did not appear to be a pervasive risk although the authors were unable to study very high rates of school mobility because of very small sample sizes.
By: Deborah Lowe Vandell, Megan Kuhfeld, Elizabeth Gershoff, Robert Crosnoe
By: Cindy Jiban
This American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) article examines the three key areas of mathematics teaching and learning: ways of doing, ways of thinking and habits of thinking.
By: Ted Coe
Topics: Learning standards & alignment
This The Arizona Republic article examines the three key areas of mathematics teaching and learning: ways of doing, ways of thinking and habits of thinking.
Using experience gained by facilitating the determination of root causes in schools and in industrial settings, as well as lessons from research and literature both within and outside of education, this paper provides a recommend process, and detailed protocols and tools for defining problems to be investigated and determining their root causes.
By: Andrew Hegedus
Topics: High-growth schools & practices
In the visualizations in this exhibit, you can compare the performance and growth of various groups of high achievers to that of their peers over multiple years.
Incorporating person covariates and response times as collateral information to improve person and item parameter estimations
For decades, researchers and practitioners have made a great deal of effort to study a variety of methods to increase parameter accuracy, but only recently can researchers start focusing on improving parameter estimations by using a joint model that could incorporate RT and students information as CI.
By: Shudong Wang, Hong Jiao
Topics: Test design