The Centrality of Teacher Skills to Improving
The Centrality of Teacher Skills to Improving
 
Vancouver News, April 13, 2012
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The Politics of Expanding Knowledge: Lessons From Knowing in the Known World

Martin Carnoy addressed the challaneges of low income students in his presentation at the AERA 2012. His presentation entitiled " The Centrality of Teacher Skills to Imptoving Learning for Low-Income Students: an International Perspective" formed part of a presidential session entitiled "The Politics of Exapanding Knowledge in the Known World."

Interveiw with Martin Carnoy and Eliana Karp-Toledo

AERA Vancouver News from Mike O'Donoghue on Vimeo.

Sponsor:
Presidential Session

Cosponsor:
Division B - Curriculum Studies

Schedule Information:
Scheduled Time: Fri, Apr 13 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm Building/Room: Vancouver Convention Centre, First Level - West Ballroom A

Title Displayed in Event Calendar: The Politics of Expanding Knowledge: Lessons From Knowing in the Known World

Session Participants:
How Does the Training of Mathematics Teachers Compare Worldwide?

William H. Schmidt (Michigan State University)

The Centrality of Teacher Skills to Improving Learning for Low-Income Students: An International Perspective

Martin Carnoy (Stanford University)

The Politics of Indigenous Education in Peru

Eliane Karp-Toledo (The George Washington University)

Student Identity and Student Learning in South African Secondary Schools

Prudence L. Carter (Stanford University)

Chair: Martin Carnoy (Stanford University)


 
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