5 edition of Effort and excellence in urban classrooms found in the catalog.
Effort and excellence in urban classrooms
H. Dickson Corbett
Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-165) and index.
|Statement||Dick Corbett, Bruce Wilson & Belinda Williams.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Bruce L., Williams, Belinda.|
|LC Classifications||LC5131 .C62 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
|ISBN 10||0807742163, 0807742171|
|LC Control Number||2001060366|
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[H Dickson Corbett; Bruce L Wilson; Belinda Williams] -- Reveals in great detail how educators closed the "performance gap" for low-income students by linking expectations and results. Drawing heavily on the words and experiences of students, teachers. Effort and excellence in urban classrooms: expecting, and getting, success with all students / Dick Corbett, Bruce Wilson & Belinda Williams.
Format Book Published New York: Teachers College Press ; Washington, D.C.: NEA Professional Library, c Description vii, p. ; 23 cm. Other contributors. Effort and Excellence in Urban Classrooms demonstrates just how this was done by including: In-depth descriptions of classrooms and schools where students began succeeding when educators assumed the responsibility for their success Data-based discussion of teachers' views on parental involvement in schools and parents' views of teachers' and Author: H.
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Dick Corbett () and Bruce Wilson () are independent education researchers. Their most recent book (with coauthor Belinda Williams) is Effort and Excellence in Urban Classrooms: Expecting and Getting Success with All Students.
The students themselves need to feel, understand, and interpret the structures and culture of the school as requiring their best effort and expecting excellence of them. Urban school districts need to provide access to rigorous courses and increase academic support to struggling students—through programs such as AVID (advancement via.
1. Infuse integrity into the classroom culture. Teachers make integrity the norm in their classrooms in several important ways. They clearly articulate expectations about academic integrity and the consequences of cheating.
But they go beyond the issue of cheating to create a culture that rewards success beyond grades. Effort and excellence in urban classrooms: Expecting—and getting—success with all students.
New York: Teachers College Press and Washington, DC: National Education Association. 2 Teachers' names are pseudonyms.Researchers indicate that urban teachers need to be explicitly assertive with students establishing an environment in which stu-dents honor their authority. Wilson and Corbett () and Delpit () reported that urban classroom environments should be places in which expectations are clearly stated, no excuses are per.
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