F Mulcahy Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The Cognitive Education Project conducted a 3-year longitudinal evaluation of two cognitive education programs that were aimed at teaching thinking skills. It provides a Canadian perspective on student outcome indicators and has three major purposes: Eleven projects were selected and it was agreed to evaluate them during the three years they received funding. Uses of student outcome indicators at the provincial and national levels: A summary of the findings of the evaluation are presented in this document. Approximately 25 references and 26 tables complete the report.
Nine case studies, some of which include more than one school, are presented in a format that provides: The findings of the study confirm Alberta Education’s estimate that approximately 37 percent of the graduates from the Faculties of Education in Alberta do not teach in Alberta. Participants were upper elementary students from five schools. Data on students were collected before and after the study. It was concluded that lighting systems have important nonvisual effects on students who are exposed to them over long periods of time. Evaluation of the Alberta Schoolnet Project by Alberta Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide SchoolNet is a national program designed to link electronically schools so that they can have access to communications and information technology.
This system provides for a shorter summer vacation schedule, and more breaks during the school year. Evaluation of the Alberta Schoolnet Project by Alberta Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide SchoolNet is a national program designed to link electronically schools so that they can have access to communications and information technology.
It provides a Canadian perspective on student outcome indicators and has three major purposes: This Provincial Perspectives report provides an overall view of the program as of June 30,summarizing and combining information from the year-end reports, and gives reports of the Culture Free Self Esteem Inventory taken by START students.
Overall program impact was seen to be favorable, although it was difficult to make comparisons across programs because of the great diversity of student characteristics.
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Results of a Survey of Recent Graduates of Alberta’s Faculties of Education by Alice L Boberg Book 4 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide This document reports the results of a survey conducted to determine the employment status of the cohort of graduates from the Faculties of Education of the Province albert Alberta. It was found that 95 percent of these graduates had applied for paln Alberta teaching certificate, but that only 47 percent were teaching full-time in Alberta schools.
The variety and complexity of the information made it impossible to determine the comparative effects of the various interventions. Contains 3 figures, 68 tables, and 6 references.
A March survey of provinces and territories provides the information base for current Canadian practice in using and addressing issues in student outcome indicators for this paper. This report presents an evaluation of these projects, based on evaluation reports from the participating schools.
The report also provides recommendations on the technical, educational, pre-service, in-service, and support components of the project.
Data on students were collected before and after the study.
Planning and Policy Secretariat Alberta. Spelt tended to produce more positive changes than did ie, and spelt was better received by teachers, parents, and administrators, although both programs were favorably received.
The survey provides educatlon picture of how computers were used in Alberta schools in It reviews reporting requirements, explains key elements of education plans, outlines nine goals for those plans along with designated results, performance measures, and strategiesand describes elements of the annual reports. The effectiveness of these two programs was compared educatkon traditional instruction at grades 4 and 7 for gifted, learning disabled, and normally achieving students.
Policy and Planning Branch Book 3 editions published between and in English and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Population, demographics, sexual activity, youth crime, abuse, family. Almost 95 percent of these teachers have an Alberta teaching certificate.
The survey also asked for information about the function of computers in many areas.
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Each school had one of the four lighting types; two schools had the same type. A separate 7-page “Evaluative Summary” has been appended. The purposes of the evaluation were to identify the indicators most commonly used in selecting potential dropouts; to track attendance and dropout rates for START project students; to monitor the achievement and attitudes of the students; and to compare the relative success of various dropout prevention strategies.
The advantages and disadvantages of year-around education are discussed in detail. In addition to noting how many computers and what kind were used in the schools, the survey was intended to provide information on devleopment of polices, projected purchases, maintenance and the types of peripheral equipment used with computer hardware.
Contains 1 figure, 2 charts, 12 tables, and 6 references. Students under the high pressure sodium vapor lighting had the slowest rates of growth in height and academic achievement and the lowest attendance. Uses of student outcome indicators at the provincial and national levels: Appendixes provide a copy of the questionnaire, and respondents’ open-ended comments.
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Finally, it looks at the impact, or consequences of schooling on students from diverse perspectives. Implications for facility planning are considered and recommendations regarding lighting for classrooms are offered.
The findings of the study confirm Alberta Education’s estimate that approximately 37 percent of the graduates from the Faculties of Education in Alberta do not teach in Alberta. Evaluating consultants concluded that all projects were able to reduce dropouts significantly, with three of the projects appearing to be especially effective. Informants’ suggestions formed educatioj basis for policy recommendations that focus on attracting teachers to rural Alberta schools and on ensuring that hiring practices of school boards are fair toward older female applicants.