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Cognitively guided instruction

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Description:  Cognitively guided instruction for elementary school students
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Ed. topic:  Pedagogical Research

Original Question/Response
27 Mar 01   Knowledge by Luisa
13 Apr 01   Re: Knowledge by Suzanne A.

Public Discussion
07 Jun 01   CGI information for grades 5-6 and algebra by Jean Preuninger
18 Feb 03        Re: CGI information for grades 5-6 and algebra by Susan Gehn
07 Nov 05        Re: CGI information for grades 5-6 and algebra by Justine Freeman
12 Oct 01   Need to Know More by Rebecca Roach
26 Jan 04        Re: Need to Know More by Susan Gehn
21 Aug 14            jNmPF by OWznPWBIN
09 Oct 02   CGI by Sandy
12 Nov 02   Strategies to assist a direct modeler by Jaclyn Reeves
14 Nov 02        Re: Strategies to assist a direct modeler by Jim
12 Dec 02   resource books by Jane
09 Feb 03        Re: resource books by jan mcphetres
27 Jan 04            Re: Re: resource books by Christina Reggear
19 Apr 06        Re: resource books by Eric Land
17 Dec 02   What's the criticism? by dan ruff
06 Jan 03   writing your own story problem by sharon
17 Apr 07        Re: writing your own story problem by Jan
30 Apr 07            Re: Re: writing your own story problem by Joy David
21 Jan 03   CGI criticism by Jennifer
24 Feb 03   Cognitively Guided Math Instruction by Comfort Akwaji
29 Mar 03   Parents by Meghan Ling
19 Apr 06        Re: Parents by Eric Land
11 Mar 07   problem levels by epm
29 Jul 07   mult. and division problems by Karen

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