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When I Was in School [electronic resource]: Implementing Assessment Reform

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Explains the importance of communication in encouraging support for new assessment strategies. Focuses on the importance of collaboration among teachers, administrators, and especially parents, when implementing assessment reform in a school or district.
Online
1997
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Calculating Change [electronic resource]

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On-location reports from five innovative programs across America, show how parents and communities can work together to promote better, more creative math and science education. A youth services director in Lorain, Ohio, works with gang members and uses a pool table to teach them basic math while helping them develop self-confidence. A mother in Reston, Virginia, invents a colorful shapes-and-patterns game to teach geometry and other advanced math concepts in an after-school program. Bob Moses and David Dennis, former 60s voting rights activists, today focus on teaching African American students math skills and confidence through the Algebra Project. A New York City class learns fractions, ratio, proportion, and geometric principles while designing and building models of a housing p [...]
Online
1994
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Connecting School and Home [electronic resource]

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Teachers examine their beliefs on how parents contribute to students' literacy and their own roles in engaging parents as partners in student motivation and learning. They discuss their own interactions with parents and explore ways they might build on existing practices.
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2003
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Calculating Change [electronic resource]

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This documentary by Steven Fischler and Joel Sucher is an examination of the campaign to overhaul math and science education in the US.
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1993