- Active teaching
- DISTAR programs
- found: Work cat.: Engelmann, S. Teach your child to read in 100 easy lessons, 1986.
- found: Am. educ. encyc. ("a term being used increasingly by researchers studing the relationship between instructional effectiveness and student achievement. Sometimes referred to as active teaching ... It involves (1) goal setting and careful planning by the teacher; (2) active learning by students; (3) regular (and structured) instruction; and (4) accountability (ongoing assessment of student progress).")
- found: Engelmann, S. Direct instruction, c1980: p.5 ("Commercial instructional programs based on Direct Instruction principles include the following programs published by Science Research Associates (SRA): DISTAR Reading ... DISTAR Arithmetic ... DISTAR Language")
- found: Educational leadership, v. 37, no. 1, 1979: p. 46 ("direct instruction has the following characteristics: an academic focus; a teacher-centered focus; little student choice of activity; use of large groups rather than small groups for instruction; and use of factual questions and controlled practice ...)
- notfound: Good dict. educ.;Intl. dict. educ.;Rowntree dict. educ.;ERIC thes.;Hennepin
- 1986-06-13: new
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