Twenty Issues in Teaching African American Pupils
A Collective Experience of What Works
This book examines the importance of organized instruction, the classroom environment, and various theories of how learning is accomplished. The book sets forth a rationale for organizing the structure of classroom instruction and discusses how that is linked to learning strategies and tactics, as well as how it facilitates solving instructional/learning problems that may arise in the elementary classroom.
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"Programs or program changes such as block scheduling, retention strategies, 'No Child Left Behind,' mathematical and technology concepts are given serious attention in this book..." - Professor Marian Smith, Florida A&M University"