The Land Ordinance Act of 1785 and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 were

The land ordinance act of 1785 and the northwest

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The Land Ordinance Act of 1785 and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 were important because they represented early attempts by the federal government to influence education. 67. Larry Cuban is critical of the technological revolution in the classroom because teachers have difficulty using technology efficiently. 68. ll of her life, Nadia had been told by the teachers in her family, "If you go into teaching, don't smile until Christmas." Nadia figured her relatives knew what they were talking about, so she opted to be stern and run a quiet, highly managed class. If Nadia adopts such an approach, she will isk having the students "revolt" later in the year 69. A look at today's science curriculum in most U.S. schools shows an emphasis on materialism 70. Lower-order questions Can be answered through memory and recal 71. Lower-order questions occur in Knowledge and comprehensive stages of blooms taxonomy 72. Marianne is an elementary teacher who believes strongly in the benefits that progressivism has for her students. As a progressive teacher she tends to look at education holistically in order to make sure that her students are healthy, happy, and productive members of American democratic life.
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  • Spring '19
  • James Granger
  • Northwest ordinance, Northwest Territory, Land Ordinance of 1785

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