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Elementary teachers' reports of their goals and instructional practices in six school subjects Peterson, P. L., Putnam, R. T., Vredevoogd, J. & Reineke, J. 199303March 1993
Getting started: A set of discussion and teaching materials for teachers and teacher educators Roth, K. J. 199303March 1993
Commonalities and differences in views about ideal and actual curriculum in six subject matter domains Prawat, R. S. 199303March 1993
Good teachers making the best of it: Case studies of elementary art and music teaching May, W. T. 199303March 1993
A summary of the findings in art and music: Research traditions and implications for teacher education May, W. T. 199303March 1993
Understanding learners' understandings Knapp, N. F. & Peterson, P. L. 199303March 1993
What does it mean to understand science?: Changing perspectives from a teacher and her students Roth, K. J. 199303March 1993
Art experts' views of an ideal curriculum May, W. T. 199303March 1993
Similarities and contrasts between writing during a writers' workshop and writing in science: Examining the teacher's role Rosaen, C. L. & Roth, K. J. 199303March 1993
Constructing teaching and research practice in elementary school mathematics Brophy, J. E. & Peterson, P. L. 199303March 1993
Teaching and learning mathematics for understanding in a fifth-grade classroom Putnam, R. T. & Reineke, J. W. 199303March 1993
Powerful social studies: Concepts that count Hasbach, C., Roth, K. J., Hoekwater, E. & Rosaen, C. L. 199303March 1993
Exemplary elementary teachers' beliefs about social studies curriculum and instruction Brophy, J. & VanSledright, B. A. 199302February 1993
Making art at a glance: A critique of Discover Art May, W. T. 199302February 1993
Making connections: Talking and learning in a fourth-grade class Reineke, J. W. 199302February 1993
"One of us is not as powerful as all of us": Building a community for teaching and learning mathematics Ricks, J. J. & Collar, C. L. 199302February 1993
Many voices: Learning to teach social studies Roth, K. J, Ligett, C., Derksen, J., Hasbach, C., Hoekwater, E., Masters, J. & Woodhams, P. 199302February 1993
Creating a writing community: Revising collaborative goals, roles, and actions Rosaen, C. L. & Hazelwood C. 199302February 1993
Entryways into science and science teaching: Teacher and researcher development in a professional development school Roth, K. J., Hasbach, C., Hazelwood, C., Hoekwater, E., Ligett, C., Lindquist, B., Peasley, K. & Rosaen, C. L. 199302February 1993
Fifth-graders' ideas about the American Revolution expressed before and after studying it within a U.S. history course Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. A. & Bredin, N. 199302February 1993
The smile, the journey, and the quilt: A story of collaborative teaching and learning in social studies Hasbach, C. & Hoekwater, E. 199302February 1993
The study of literature in a fifth-grade classroom: One teacher's perspective Quirk, B. A. & Cianciolo, P. J. 199301January 1993
Learning to attend to students' mathematcal thinking: Case study of a collaboration Putnam, R. T. & Reineke, J. W. 199301January 1993
What in the world is music in World of Music? A critique of a commonly used textbook series May, W. T. 199301January 1993
Teaching and learning critical aesthetic response to literature: An instructional improvement study in grades K-5 Cianciolo, P. J. & Quirk, B. A. 199301January 1993
Understanding one writer's growth: Case study materials Rosaen, C. L. & Lindquist, B. 199301January 1993
Fifth-graders' ideas about the Westward expansion of the United States prior to the Civil War, expressed before and after studying the topic within a U.S. history course Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. A. & Bredin, N. 199212December 1992
Fifth-graders' ideas about the English colonies in America expressed before and after studying them within a U.S. history course Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. A. & Bredin, N. 199212December 1992
Integration for the student perspective: Constructing meaning in science Roth, K. J, Peasley, K, & Hazelwood, C. 199212December 1992
Teaching about the American Revolution: The case of Sara Atkinson VanSledright, B. A. 199212December 1992
Teaching about the American Revolution: The case of Ramona Palmer VanSledright, B. A. 199212December 1992
Fifth-graders' ideas about European exploration of the new world expressed before and after studying this topic within a U.S. history course Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. A. & Bredin, N. 199211November 1992
Fifth-graders' ideas about Native Americans expressed before and after studying them within a U.S. history course VanSledright, B. A., Brophy, J. & Bredin, N. 199211November 1992
The potential of written instructional materials to improve instructional practice Rosaen, C. L. 199211November 1992
Stories of the American Revolution period: Comparisons of two fifth-grade teachers' curriculum mediation practices VanSledright, B. A. 199211November 1992
Collaborative teaching and research: Asking "What does it mean?" Rosaen, C. L. & Lindquist, B. 199211November 1992
Book club discussions: A case study of five students constructing themes from literary texts McMahon, S. I. 199211November 1992
Moving literature-based instruction into the special education setting: A book club with nontraditional learners Goatley, V. J. & Raphael, T. E. 199211November 1992
Holistic literacy: Voices integrating classroom texts in social studies Hasbach, C., Hazelwood, C., Hoekwater, E., Roth, K. J. & Michell, M. 199211November 1992
Classroom discourse during social studies: Students' purposes and topics of interest in peer-led discussion groups McMahon, S. I. 199210October 1992
Integration from the student perspective: Constructing meaning in a writers' workshop Rosaen, C. L., Lindquist, B., Peasley, K. & Hazelwood, C. 199210October 1992
Why did we do all this writing and talking if you already knew the answer? The role of the learning community in constructing understanding in an elementary science class Roth, K. J., Rosaen, C. L., Hasbach, C., Hazelwood, C., Hoekwater, E., Ligett, C. & Lindquist, B. 199210October 1992
Gender and discourse: The unfolding "living text" of a science lesson Hasbach, C., Hoekwater, E., Ligett, C., Lindquist, B., Peasley, K. & Rosaen, C. 199210October 1992
Deeply rooted change: A tale of learning to teach adventurously Wilson, S. M., Miller, C. & Yerkes, C. 199210October 1992
The role of writing in creating a science learning community Rosaen, C., Hasbach, C., Hazelwood, C., Peasley, K., Hoekwater, E., Ligett, C. & Lindquist, B. 199208August 1992
Literacy curriculum-in-the-making: A case study of Billy's learning Rosaen, C. L. & Linquist, B. 199207July 1992
By chart and chance and passion: Two women's stories of learning to teach literacy in urban settings through relational knowing Hollingsworth, S., Dybdahl, M. & Minarik, L. T. 199205May 1992
Critical analysis of a distinctive literature curriculum Cianciolo, P. J. & Quirk, B. 199205May 1992
Writing-to-learn in a conceptual change science unit Peasley, K. L., Rosaen, C. L. & Roth, K. J. 199203March 1992
The value of ideas II: Problems versus possibilities in learning Prawat, R. S. 199203March 1992
Book club: Studying the written and oral texts of elementary children participating in a literature-based reading program McMahon, S. I. 199201January 1992
Coherence in literature-based thematic units Rosaen, C. L. & Cantlon, D. J. 199112December 1991
Experts' views on the elementary mathematics curriculum: Visions of the ideal and critique of current practice Prawat, R. S., Putnam, R. T. & Reineke, J. W. 199111November 1991
The development of one student's written and oral texts in different instructional contexts McMahon, S. I. 199110October 1991
Conceptions of problem solving in commonly used and distinctive elementary mathematics curricula Remillard, J. 199110October 1991
Fifth graders' ideas about history expressed before and after their introduction to the subject Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. A. & Bredin, N. 199109August 1991
Reading instruction reconsidered: Literature and discussion in the reading program Raphael, T. E., McMahon, S. I., Goatley, V. J., Bentley, J. L., Boyd, F. B., Pardo, L. S. & Woodman D. A. 199109September 1991
Synthesizing information from multiple sources: A descriptive study of elementary students' perceptions and performance of discourse synthesis Raphael, T. E. & Boyd F. B. 199109September 1991
Experts views on the elementary science curriculum: Vision of the ideal Roth, K. J., Eichinger, D. C., McMahon, S. I., & Prawat, R. S. 199109September 1991
Revising their thinking: Keisha Coleman and her third-grade mathematics class Peterson, P. L. 199108August 1991
What does CGI mean to you? Teachers' ideas of a research-based intervention four years later Knapp, N. F. & Peterson, P. L. 199108August 1991
Teaching literacy through student book clubs: A first-year teacher's experience Raphael, T. E., Goatley, V. J., McMahon, S. I. & Woodman D. A. 199108August 1991
Abdicating authority for knowing: A teacher's use of an innovative mathematics curriculum Remillard, J. 199107July 1991
Mathematics teaching and learning: Researching in well-defined mathematical domains Peterson, P. L. & Fennema E. 199107July 1991
What do entering fifth graders know about American history? Brophy, J., VanSledright, B. & Bredin, N. 199106June 1991
Storytelling, imagination, and fanciful elaboration in children's historical reconstructions VanSledright, B. A & Brophy, J. 199105May 1991
Conversations with self and conversations with settings: A framework for thinking about teacher empowerment Prawat, R. S. 199104April 1991
Is there an alternative? An analysis of commonly used and distinctive elementary mathematics curricula Remillard, J. 199104April 1991
Distinctive curriculum materials in K-6 social studies Brophy, J. 199103March 1991
Teaching children to respond critically/aesthetically to picture books as literature Cianciolo, P. J. 199102February 1991
Critical analysis of an elementary science curriculum: Bouncing around or connectedness? Eichinger, D. C. & Roth, K. J. 199102February 1991
The analysis of commonly used literature curriculum materials Cianciolo, P. J. & VanCamp, M. E. 199101January 1991
Experts define the ideal elementary literature program Prawat, R. S. 199012December 1990
Music experts' views of an ideal curriculum May, W. T. 199012December 1990
Mary Lake: a case study of fifth-grade social studies (American history) teaching Brophy, J. 199012December 1990
Disciplinary views of corresponding elementary school subjects Brophy, J. 199011November 1990
Effects of state-level reform of elementary school mathematics curriculum on classroom practice Cohen, D. K., Peterson, P. L., Wilson, S., Ball, D., Putnam, R., Prawat, R., Heaton, R., Remillard, J., & Wiemers, N. 199009September 1990
Whose content, context, and culturein elementary art and music textbooks May, W. T., Lantz, T., & Rohr, S. 199010October 1990
Art/Music teachers' curriculum deliberations May, W. T. 199010October 1990
Mastodons, maps, and Michigan: exploring uncharted territory while teaching elementary school social studies Wilson, S. M. 199008August 1990
Art and the elementary - school experience Stanford, L. O. 199006June 1990
The value of ideas: the immersion approach to the development of thinking Prawat, R. S. 199004April 1990
Changing schools by changing teachers' beliefs about teaching and learning Prawat, R. S. 199004April 1990
A view on geography and elementary education Pigozzi, B. W. 199003March 1990
The de facto national curriculum in elementary social studies: critique of a representative example Brophy, J. 199003March 1990
California's curriculum reform guidelines for elementary schools: 1983-1988 Freeman, D. J. 199003March 1990
Political scientists on civic education: a nonexistent discourse Cherryholmes, C. H. 199002February 1990
Experts' views on the elementary social studies curriculum: visions of the ideal and critique of current practice (with experts' individual statements) Prawat, R., Brophy, J., & McMahon, S. 199002February 1990
The interplay between state and district guidelines for curriculum reform in elementary schools Cantlon, D., Rushcamp, S., & Freeman, D. 199001January 1990
Conceptual understanding and higher level thinking in the elementary science curriculum: three perspectives Roth, K. J. 198912December 1989
Alternative perspectives on knowing mathematics in elementary schools Putnam, R. T., Lampert, M., & Peterson, P. L. 198911November 1989
State guidelines for reshaping academic curricula in elementary schools: a 50-state survey Freeman, D. J. 198905May 1989
On mathematicians in curriculum reform in elementary mathematics Blair, D. E. 198903March 1989
Understanding and critical thinking in elementary art and music May, W. T. 198903March 1989
History in the elementary school classroom Levine, P. & Berg, P. 198902February 1989
The study of literature as a systematic disciplinary practice Johnsen, W. A. 198901January 1989
Interventions to teach thinking skills: Investigating the question of transfer Rosaen, C. 198812December 1988
Critical thinking in the study of children's literature in the elementary grades Cianciolo, P. J. 198812December 1988
Elementary general music: a discipline-based review Erbes, R. L. 198812December 1988
Teaching for conceptual understanding and higher order applications of social studies content Brophy, J. 198812December 1988
Promoting access: The role of organization and awareness factors Prawat, R. S. 198812December 1988
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