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a good school - Ashley Vaughan EDI 14 Dr. DeFalco "A Good...

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Ashley Vaughan EDI 14 Dr. DeFalco “A Good School” 1. Not too long ago, just about every school was considered “a good school”. In the 1960’s attacks were being made on the schools where a group of educators needed to find examples of good schools. Progressive schools were frowned upon. 2. Our concepts of “a good school” are similar but not exactly the same. I believe many of the things that she does like all parents want the best for their child, but I disagree with some things she believes in like I believe in vocational learning. 3. Edmonds identified effective schools where academic achievements seemed to be independent of pupils’ social class, and he concluded that such schools had an outstanding principal, high expectations for all children, an orderly atmosphere, a regular testing program, and an emphasis on academic learning. 4. “Time on task” refers to what one learns determined in part by the time sent learning it. A student’s achievement may be positively related to time on task. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EDU 14 taught by Professor Defalco during the Spring '08 term at Long Island U..

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