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Improving Access to Elementary School Social Studies Instruction

Content type: Journal Article
Social studies instruction in upper elementary school (Grades 3-5) is important for building foundational content knowledge to equip students for the secondary school curriculum. Due to numerous school initiatives and demands on the time of teachers...

To Adapt or Not to Adapt

Content type: Journal Article
When implementing evidence-based practices (EBPs), experts assert adaptations (deliberate or accidental changes to EBPs) are an inevitable part of the implementation process. Some adaptations are undesirable and should be avoided. Others, however, may...

Designing and Implementing Group Contingencies in the Classroom

Content type: Journal Article
Group contingencies are an evidence-based proactive classroom behavior management system designed for teachers to implement during instruction. These practical programs reward groups or teams of students’ contingent on following explicitly stated...

Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

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