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From: T Dunbar <tdunbar@waltoncsd.stier.org>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2001050907:39:31
Subject: Re: Seeking Help

I did my master's thesis on multi age education.  Here are some of the
resourse I used:  

Cohen, D.L., (1990).  A lokk at multiage classrooms.  The Educational
Digest, 55, 20-23.

Connell, D.R. (1987) The first 30 years were the fairest: Notes from
the kindergarten and ungraded primary,  Young Children, 42, 30 -39.

Gaustad, J. (1995)  Implementing the Multi Age Classroom  ( report
number EDO-EA-95-5  - ERIC document search

Gutierrez, R, & Slavin, RE (1992)  Achievement effects of the
nongraded elemnetary school: A best evidence synthesis.  Review of
Educational Research, 62, (4) 333-376.

Hafenstein, NL, Jordan, NE, & Tucker, B  (1993, April)  Descriptive
Study of Multiage grouping for Primary Gifted students. 

Katz, L. (1995)  The benefits of Multiage grouping  Report No 
EDO-PS-95-8) ERIC search

Klemens, MD (1992, September)  Continuous progress/ Ungraded
schooling: One way to individualized learning.  Sythesis, 3 (3) 1-6

Marshak, D. (1994, March)  From Teacher's Perspectives:  The Social
and Psychological Benefits of Multiage Elementary Classrooms.  Paper
presentes at the Annual conference and Exhibit Show, "emerging Images
of Learning: World Perspectives for the New Millennium"  Chicago, IL

Michael, RO, Bowes, R, Jones, C, & Bauer, R, (1994, April)  Promoting
Achievement in Child Centered Education:  Evaluation of a Nongraded,
Multiage Continuous Progress Primary School.

Multiage Grouping, (1994) Occasional Paper series, IX (1) Office of
Educational Research and Improvement, Washington DC 1-15.

Nye, BA, Cain, VA, Zahaias, JB,  Tollett, DA  & Fulton, BD  (1995)
Aoril)  Are Multiage Nongraded Programs Providing Students with a
Quality Education? Some Answers from the School Success Study.  Paper
presented at the Annual Conference on Creating Quality Schools,
Oklahoma City, OK

Pavan, BN (1992)  The benefits of nongraded schools, Educational
leadership, 50 (2)  22-25

Slavin, RE (1992)  The nongraded elementary School: Great potential,
but keep it simple.  Educational Leadership, 50, (2) 24

Stone, S (1994/1995)  Teaching strategies for teaching children in
multiage classrooms,  Childhood Education, 71 (2) 102-105.





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