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by Katharine G. Butler
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  • Author:
    Katharine G. Butler
  • ISBN:
    0834205874
  • ISBN13:
    978-0834205871
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  • Publisher:
    Aspen Pub; 1st edition (January 15, 1994)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Education
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Best Practices II book. Best Practices II: The Classroom As an Intervention Context offers instructional frameworks and models for designing classroom and clinical interventions.

Part II: The Classroom as Context-New Instructional Directions. M. Blank, Classroom Discourse: A Key to Literacy.

She has served as an officer or president of three state school psychology associations as well as Division 16 (School Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.

-Kevin P. Dwyer, MA, NCSP, past president, National Association of School Psychologists. She has served as an officer or president of three state school psychology associations as well as Division 16 (School Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.

Syracuse University, New York. Best Practices II : The Classroom As an Intervention Context. by Katharine G. Butler.

Using e-Books as text books in the classroom at schools is a new paradigm especially in developing countries. at schools is still in its infancy. E-Books are still considered as a novelty in classrooms since they have just found. The paper provides some insight on what an e-Books is, and its advantages, limitations, strategies and framework of using it as a text book in classrooms. their way in teaching and learning environment in some countries. Undeniably, e-Books have special features and.

Best Practices II. The Classroom as an Intervention Context.

By Katharine G. Butler, Elaine R. Silliman.

Best practices are used to maintain quality as an alternative to mandatory legislated standards and can be based on self-assessment or benchmarking

Best practices are used to maintain quality as an alternative to mandatory legislated standards and can be based on self-assessment or benchmarking  . Determining best practices to address a particular policy problem is a commonly used but little understood tool of analysis because the concept is vague and should therefore be examined with caution. Vagueness stems from the term "best" which is subjective.

Interventions can be considered either as stimuli or as consequences.

Syracuse University, New York. Topics in Language Disorders Series. Current practice and research in communicative disorders, reprinted from the journal Topics in Language Disorders, 1987-1993. 22 contributors. For practitioners. 0