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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


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Pagination261p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages261
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Open LibraryOL19036283M

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The book is broken down into sections looking at the different influences on outcomes such as the influence from home, school reforms, principal, and teacher and teaching practices etc. Within these sections all the influences are assessed using a statistical comparison called 'effect size'.Cited by: Each year, hundreds of reviewers contribute their expertise to the peer review of manuscripts for Research Synthesis editors and authors of papers submitted are grateful for the help of . This handbook reviewed various teaching methods used in the matrix of the Greco-Christian-Roman tradition and generally recognized as pedagogically important. The 28 methodologies presented in the handbook were adapted to secondary teaching, but could also be applied to teaching . A Synthesis of Teaching Methods. Shipley, C. Morton; And Others An attempt is made in this guide to synthesize the best attributes of the traditional methods of teaching (where subject orientation is primary) and the more progressive methods (where the child as a personality is the central focus).Cited by: 7.