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Johns Hopkins University School of Education  // Posts tagged as "Johns Hopkins University School of Education"

30 Jan What's New | Comments

Semi Self-Contained Learning Communities in Grade 6: Bringing New Evidence to Bear on Middle Grades Education

Semi Self-Contained Learning Communities in Grade 6: Bringing New Evidence to Bear on Middle Grades Education

Semi Self-Contained Learning Communities in Grade 6: Bringing New Evidence to Bear on Middle Grades Education By Douglas J. Mac Iver, PhD with Robert W. Dodd, EdD candidate in JHU’s School of Education January 30, 2018 Since CSOS’s founding, one of its enduring stated goals has been “to produce useful information on how changes in the […]

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28 Jun What's New | Comments

Reading Research at CSOS: Connections to the Past and a View of the Future

Reading Research at CSOS: Connections to the Past and a View of the Future

Reading Research at CSOS: Connections to the Past and a View of the Future By Dr. Marcia Davis The 50th anniversary of CSOS provides the opportunity to examine how my current research on reading motivation and achievement connects to and was made possible by foundational work at the Center as well as contemplating future directions for […]

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30 May What's New | Comments

BERC and the Promise of Research-Practice Partnerships

BERC and the Promise of Research-Practice Partnerships

BERC and the Promise of Research-Practice Partnerships By Dr. Faith Connolly The Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC) is a special example of a Research Practice Partnership—one of many currently developing across the country. Our partnership began in the mid-90s when the late Sam Stringfield, a CSOS faculty member, was on the Baltimore City School Board. […]

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