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Joining Forces for the Future
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Charlie Beard Collaboration is one of the essential attributes of successful middle grades schools. The benefits of working together are apparent in the joint efforts of a small midwestern college and an urban middle school to close the achievement gap. The...
Ohio’s Middle Childhood Licensure Study
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A. Jones The purpose of this qualitative study was to describe middle level prepared teachers’ perceptions of their practices after completing an Ohio Middle Childhood: Grades 4–9 teacher education program. Using the National Middle School Association/...
Five Approaches to Optimally Guide Middle Grades Students
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Middle School Initiative While the middle grades mark a critical transition period for students, they are often overlooked and underinvested in compared to other grade levels. According to Lynsey Wood Jeffries, the CEO of Higher Achievement, the sixth, seventh...
Preservice Teachers Are Creating a College Culture for At-Risk Middle School Students
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a college culture investigates how a multifaceted approach including mentoring, technology, campus visits, parent involvement, and tutoring impacts at-risk middle school students' college aspirations and eventual success gaining college acceptance. Based on NAEP...
LAM, It's the New STEM!
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students find that the increasingly global and interconnected world does not discriminate between disciplines. Artists, athletes, and authors require problem-solving and computational skills as much as engineers, entrepreneurs, and electricians depend on the...
Working Up a (Brain) Sweat
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M. Jones If a pill could improve your child's self-esteem, memory, attention span, standardized test scores, and ability to problem solve, would you rush to the store and buy it? If it did not need a prescription, was free, had no long-term side effects, and...
Skyping with History
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Dan Jones A majority of the students at my inner city middle school in Ohio are eligible for free and reduced-price lunch. Many are not able to travel beyond their neighborhood or venture outside the city in which they live. How can the content we cover in class...
The Common Core: The Good, the Bad, the Possible
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Middle grades educators would have to live on another planet not to be aware of initiatives involving the Common Core State Standards, teacher accountability, and PreK–12 state achievement tests. How do we sort through the good, the bad, and the ugly to...
New Editors Announced for Middle School Journal
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for Middle Level Education (AMLE) is pleased to announce the selection of Lisa Harrison, PhD, Kathleen Brinegar, EdD, and Ellis Hurd, EdD as co-editors of Middle School Journal. A refereed journal, Middle School Journal, is an official publication and a...
Conference Takeover: Students in Charge
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Middle School is a small K–8 school that enrolls only 353 students, yet the student body represents a wide spectrum of academic needs ranging from learning disabled to academically gifted. The administrators and staff members at the school, a North Carolina...
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