National Standards and School Reform in Japan and the United States

National Standards and School Reform in Japan and the United States

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Explores the implications of a national US curriculum through the study of Japanese education. It suggests that the US educational system lacks certain organizational mechanisms that support student achievement and would facilitate teacher involvement in the educational reform process.the lesson plan suggests that teachers present two pieces of paper, one 3 x 5 cm rectangle and one 4 cm square. ... Scaffolding students through the thinking processes is the central art of mathematical teaching. ... activities (i.e., math center activity, project activity, backpack activity, one- minute activity, math log, math journal, math messages, math boxes). ... In Everyday Mathematics Fourth Grade Teachera#39;s Manual and Lesson Guide (Everyday Learning Corporation, 1999a), theanbsp;...


Title:National Standards and School Reform in Japan and the United States
Author: Gary DeCoker
Publisher:Teachers College Press - 2002
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