2 edition of Learning readiness in two Jewish groups found in the catalog.
Learning readiness in two Jewish groups
Morris B Gross
|Statement||by Morris Gross, with an introduction by John Seeley|
|Series||The Center for Urban Education. Occasional paper|
|Contributions||Center for Urban Education|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
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In a study of school readiness, 90 American born, middle class Jewish children were tested before entering the first grade and divided into two groups.
The groups were well-matched with one difference: children were either Ashkenazic (of European descent) or Sephardic (of Syrian descent). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gross, Morris B. Learning readiness in two Jewish groups.
[New York, Center for Urban Education, ]. In a study of school readiness, 90 American born, middle class Jewish children were tested before entering the first grade and divided into two groups.
The groups were well-matched with one difference: children were either Ashkenazic (of European descent) or Sephardic (of Syrian descent). Families of both of these groups, however, had been in the United States for at least 25 by: 1. It is important that all students have the same learning targets or goals that they are working toward, that students are matched to tasks based on some sort of pre-assessment data, and that all groupings are flexible—that is, that students can move to different groups at different points in time, and that readiness for one concept or skill.
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