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By Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen

The Concise Encyclopedia of distinct schooling, moment variation is a complete source for these operating within the fields of precise schooling study and perform. that includes stories of review tools and instructing ways, criminal matters, overviews of particular studying disabilities, dozens of biographies, and extra, this entire table reference is an fundamental advisor for execs, lecturers, and scholars alike. Named an American Library organization best 25 Reference of the yr in its First variation, The Concise Encyclopedia serves as an incredible reference for the schooling of  Read more... CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF designated schooling moment variation; participants; PREFACE; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; ok; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y; Z; writer INDEX; topic INDEX

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C. (1984). Effects of accelerated instruction on students. Review of Educational Research, 54, 409–425. C. (1977). Rationale of the study of mathematically precocious youth (SMPY) during its first five years of promoting educational acceleration. C. C. H. ), The gifted and creative: A fifty-year perspective. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. S. (1980). Differential education for the gifted. Ventura, CA: Ventura County Superintendent of Schools Office. See also Academically Talented Children; Gifted and Talented Children; Sidis, William James ACCESSIBILITY OF BUILDINGS The accessible building is a structure that is readily usable by individuals possessing a wide range of physical disabilities or other limitations (such as sensory handicaps).

B. ), Cecil textbook of medicine (pp. 2225–2265). Philadelphia: Saunders. Weiner, B. (1970). New conceptions in the study of achievement motivation. A. ), Progress in experimental personality research (Vol. 5). New York: Academic. See also Learned Helplessness; Motivation; SelfConcept; Self-Control Curriculum ACHIEVEMENT TESTS Achievement tests are individually- or group-administered standardized instruments intended to measure the effectiveness of former training. Achievement tests are the dominant form of standardized assessment in education.

New York: Academic. See also Learned Helplessness; Motivation; SelfConcept; Self-Control Curriculum ACHIEVEMENT TESTS Achievement tests are individually- or group-administered standardized instruments intended to measure the effectiveness of former training. Achievement tests are the dominant form of standardized assessment in education. Measures of achievement have been used to evaluate student performance, school instruction efficacy, candidates for scholarship awards, admission to academic programs, and applicants for industrial and government employment.

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