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Teaching content outrageously : how to captivate all students and accelerate learning, grades 4-12
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Teaching content outrageously : how to captivate all students and accelerate learning, grades 4-12

Stanley Pogrow

1st ed.. c2009

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (LB 1027.3 .P64 2009 )()

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The myths of standardized tests : why they don't tell you what you think they do
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The myths of standardized tests : why they don't tell you what you think they do

Phillip Harris 1939- Bruce M. Smith 1949-; Joan Harris 1938-

c2011

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The failure of the U.S. education research establishment to identify effective practices: Beware effective practices policies
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The failure of the U.S. education research establishment to identify effective practices: Beware effective practices policies

Pogrow, Stanley

Education policy analysis archives, 2017-01-23, Vol.25, p.5 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Why All Leadership Faculty Should Initiate A Reform of Quantitative Methods Courses
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Why All Leadership Faculty Should Initiate A Reform of Quantitative Methods Courses

Stanley Pogrow

Educational Leadership and Administration, 2020-05-01, Vol.32, p.37-VII

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HOTS Revisited: A Thinking Development Approach to Reducing the Learning Gap after Grade 3
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HOTS Revisited: A Thinking Development Approach to Reducing the Learning Gap after Grade 3

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 2016-06-23, Vol.87 (1), p.64-75

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Accelerate the Learning of 4th and 5th Graders Born into Poverty
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Accelerate the Learning of 4th and 5th Graders Born into Poverty

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2009-02-01, Vol.90 (6), p.408-412

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Teaching Content Outrageously: Instruction in the Era of On-Demand Entertainment
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Teaching Content Outrageously: Instruction in the Era of On-Demand Entertainment

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2009-01-01, Vol.90 (5), p.379-383

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Restructuring High-Poverty Elementary Schools for Success: A Description of the Hi-Perform School Design
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Restructuring High-Poverty Elementary Schools for Success: A Description of the Hi-Perform School Design

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2006-11-01, Vol.88 (3), p.223-229

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Teaching Content Outrageously
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Teaching Content Outrageously

Pogrow, Stanley

Kappa Delta Pi record, 2010-10-01, Vol.47 (1), p.18-23 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Bermuda Triangle of American Education: Pure Traditionalism, Pure Progressivism, and Good Intentions
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The Bermuda Triangle of American Education: Pure Traditionalism, Pure Progressivism, and Good Intentions

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2006-10-01, Vol.88 (2), p.142-150

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Accelerate the learning of 4th and 5th graders born into poverty
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Accelerate the learning of 4th and 5th graders born into poverty

Stanley Pogrow

The Education digest, 2009-05-01, Vol.74 (9), p.28

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Supermath: An Alternative Approach to Improving Math Performance in Grades 4 through 9
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Supermath: An Alternative Approach to Improving Math Performance in Grades 4 through 9

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2004-12-01, Vol.86 (4), p.297-303

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Rejoinder: Consistent Large Gains and High Levels of Achievement Are the Best Measures of Program Quality: Pogrow Responds to Slavin
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Rejoinder: Consistent Large Gains and High Levels of Achievement Are the Best Measures of Program Quality: Pogrow Responds to Slavin

Stanley Pogrow

Educational researcher, 1999-11-01, Vol.28 (8), p.24-31 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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"Success for All" Is a Failure
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"Success for All" Is a Failure

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2002-02-01, Vol.83 (6), p.463-468

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The unsubstantiated 'success' of success for all
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The unsubstantiated 'success' of success for all

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2000-04-01, Vol.81 (8), p.596

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What Is an Exemplary Program, and Why Should Anyone Care? A Reaction to Slavin & Klein
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What Is an Exemplary Program, and Why Should Anyone Care? A Reaction to Slavin & Klein

Stanley Pogrow

Educational researcher, 1998-10-01, Vol.27 (7), p.22-29 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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"Success for All" Does Not Produce Success for Students
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"Success for All" Does Not Produce Success for Students

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2000-09-01, Vol.82 (1), p.67-80

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The Unsubstantiated 'Success' of "Success for All": Implications for Policy, Practice, and the Soul of Our Profession
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The Unsubstantiated 'Success' of "Success for All": Implications for Policy, Practice, and the Soul of Our Profession

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 2000-04-01, Vol.81 (8), p.596-600

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Reforming the Wannabe Reformers: Why Education Reforms Almost Always End up Making Things Worse
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Reforming the Wannabe Reformers: Why Education Reforms Almost Always End up Making Things Worse

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 1996-06-01, Vol.77 (10), p.656-663

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For low-achievers in grades 4 to 7, some like it HOTS
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For low-achievers in grades 4 to 7, some like it HOTS

Pogrow, Stanley

The Education digest, 1997-01-01, Vol.62 (5), p.25

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Shifting policy analysis and formation from an effectiveness emphasis to a cost perspective
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Shifting policy analysis and formation from an effectiveness emphasis to a cost perspective

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational evaluation and policy analysis, 1983, Vol.5 (1), p.75-82 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Shifting Policy Analysis and Formation from an Effectiveness Emphasis to a Cost Perspective
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Shifting Policy Analysis and Formation from an Effectiveness Emphasis to a Cost Perspective

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational evaluation and policy analysis, 1983-03, Vol.5 (1), p.75-82 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Accelerate the learning of 4th and 5th graders born into poverty: schools that develop a "sense of understanding" in these students will see the benefit in more interested students and more retention of learning.(Teaching Upper Elementary Students)
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Accelerate the learning of 4th and 5th graders born into poverty: schools that develop a "sense of understanding" in these students will see the benefit in more interested students and more retention of learning.(Teaching Upper Elementary Students)

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 2009-02-01, Vol.90 (6), p.408

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Teaching content outrageously instruction in the era of on-demand entertainment: a little craziness really does help. The techniques of Outrageous Instruction not only will fascinate students, they will lead students to learn any content more deeply
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Teaching content outrageously instruction in the era of on-demand entertainment: a little craziness really does help. The techniques of Outrageous Instruction not only will fascinate students, they will lead students to learn any content more deeply

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 2009-01-01, Vol.90 (5), p.379

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What to Do about Chapter 1: An Alternative View from the Street
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What to Do about Chapter 1: An Alternative View from the Street

Stanley Pogrow

Phi Delta Kappan, 1992-04-01, Vol.73 (8), p.624-630

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Outrageously: applying drama, fun, and fantasy to teach content in grades 4-12 can be effective with even the most resistant learners
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Outrageously: applying drama, fun, and fantasy to teach content in grades 4-12 can be effective with even the most resistant learners

Pogrow, Stanley

Kappa Delta Pi record, 2010-09-22, p.18 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Restructuring high-poverty elementary schools for success: a description of the hi-perform school design: in this, the second of a two-part series, Stanley Pogrow outlines the basic structure of the kind of school that will help the children of poverty gain ground and so reduce the learning gap
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The myths of standardized tests: why they don't tell you what you think they do.
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The myths of standardized tests: why they don't tell you what you think they do.

Harris, Phillip ; Harris, Phillip ; Smith, Bruce M ; Harris, Joan

2011

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Research news and Comment: What Is an Exemplary Program, and Why Should Anyone Care? A Reaction to Slavin & Klein
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Research news and Comment: What Is an Exemplary Program, and Why Should Anyone Care? A Reaction to Slavin & Klein

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational researcher, 1998-10, Vol.27 (7), p.22-29 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Research news and Comment: Rejoinder: Consistent Large Gains and High Levels of Achievement are the Best Measures of Program Quality: Pogrow Responds to Slavin
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Research news and Comment: Rejoinder: Consistent Large Gains and High Levels of Achievement are the Best Measures of Program Quality: Pogrow Responds to Slavin

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational researcher, 1999-11, Vol.28 (8), p.24-31 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Where's the beef? Looking for exemplary materials. (The Changing Curriculum)
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Where's the beef? Looking for exemplary materials. (The Changing Curriculum)

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational leadership, 1993-05-01, Vol.50 (8), p.39

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A Socratic approach to using computers with at-risk students
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A Socratic approach to using computers with at-risk students

Pogrow, Stanley

Educational leadership, 1990-02-01, Vol.47 (5), p.61

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At Odds - Success for All is a Failure
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At Odds - Success for All is a Failure

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 2002-02-01, Vol.83 (6), p.463

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An interview with Stanley Pogrow: new findings on the nature of transfer and its critical role in accelerating the learning of disadvantaged students
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An interview with Stanley Pogrow: new findings on the nature of transfer and its critical role in accelerating the learning of disadvantaged students

Shaughnessy, Michael F

North American journal of psychology, 2008-06-01, Vol.10 (2), p.347

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The author responds
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The author responds

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 1996-10-01, Vol.78 (2), p.179

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Reforming the wannabe reformers
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Reforming the wannabe reformers

Pogrow, Stanley

Phi Delta Kappan, 1996-06-01, Vol.77 (10), p.656

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On Scripting the Classroom: A Technologist Responds to 'Reform Romantics'
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On Scripting the Classroom: A Technologist Responds to 'Reform Romantics'

Stanley Pogrow

Education Week, 1996-09-25, Vol.16 (4), p.52

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