1999/02/24 -- List of 31 ERIC Digests

File Name     File Title
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Rights and Responsibilities of Parents of Children with Disabilities.

ed419385 Secondary Newcomer Programs: Helping Recent Immigrants Prepare for School Success.

ed419624 Loneliness in Young Children.

ed419625 Failure Syndrome Students.

ed419631 Grouping Students for Instruction in Middle Schools.

ed419632 Father Involvement in Schools.

ed419772 Teaching World History: The Global Human Experience through Time.

ed419773 Using Primary Sources in the Primary Grades.

ed420092 School Productivity.

ed420242 Assessing Faculty Publication Productivity: Issues of Equity.

ed420244 Proclaiming and Sustaining Excellence: Assessment as a Faculty Role.

ed420302 The Benefits of Information Technology.

ed420303 Internet Resources for K-8 Students.

ed420304 Tools for Automating Instructional Design.

ed420305 An Introduction to Internet Resources for K-12 Educators. Part I: Information Resources, Update 1998.

ed420306 An Introduction to Internet Resources for K-12 Educators. Part II: Question Answering, Listservs, Discussion Groups, Update 1998.

ed420307 E-rate: A Resource Guide for Educators.

ed420726 Enhancing the Communication Skills of Newly-Arrived Asian American Students.

ed420897 Creating a Learning Organization.

ed421178 Information Literacy: Search Strategies, Tools & Resources.

ed421179 Forces Motivating Institutional Reform.

ed421180 Using Technology in Remedial Education.

ed421181 Responding to Accountability Mandates.

ed421281 Motivation and Middle School Students.

ed421447 A Global Perspective on Human Rights Education.

ed421480 Promoting Stress Management: The Role of Comprehensive School
Health Programs.

ed421481 Service-Learning and Teacher Education.

ed421483 True and Quasi-Experimental Designs.

ed421484 Statewide Assessment Programs: Policies and Practices for the Inclusion of Limited English Proficient Students.

ed421485 Designing Structured Interviews for Educational Research.

ed421486 Herzberg's Theory of Motivation and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.

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