The variety and complexity of the information made it impossible to determine the comparative effects of the various interventions. Results indicated that over a 2-year period, students who received ultraviolet light supplements had fewer dental caries, better attendance, greater gains in height and weight, and better academic performance than did students who did not receive the supplements. This report presents an evaluation of these projects, based on evaluation reports from the participating schools. Appended are 44 references. It provides a Canadian perspective on student outcome indicators and has three major purposes:
Guide for developing school board three-year education plans and annual education results reports by Alberta Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide This guide will assist school boards in Alberta in the development of their three-year education plans and annual education results reports. A separate 7-page “Evaluative Summary” has been appended. The purposes of the evaluation were to identify the indicators most commonly used in selecting potential dropouts; to track attendance and dropout rates for START project students; to monitor the achievement and attitudes of the students; and to compare the relative success of various dropout prevention strategies. Data from pretests and posttests with this instrument indicate that the START program had a generally positive effect on self-esteem of students. Nine case studies, some of which include more than one school, are presented in a format that provides:
START addressed dropout prevention through a variety of school and community initiatives targeting students in the junior high school years.
Results indicate that cognitive education was effective in improving student thinking, especially for the grade-4 learning disabled students and educaton a lesser extent the gifted students, in reading comprehension and comprehension monitoring.
Planning and Information Services Division. Approximately 25 references and 26 tables complete the report. Students under the high pressure sodium vapor lighting had the slowest rates of growth in height and academic achievement and the lowest attendance.
Most widely held works by Alberta. It reviews reporting requirements, explains key elements of education plans, outlines nine goals for those plans along with designated results, performance measures, and strategiesand describes elements of the annual reports.
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It presents information alherta demographic indicators, family and social structure, characteristics of youth, economic conditions and the labour force. Nine case studies, some of which include more than one school, are presented in a format that provides: It was found that 95 percent of these graduates had applied for an Alberta teaching certificate, but that only 47 percent were teaching full-time in Alberta plxn.
Results of a Survey of Recent Graduates of Alberta’s Faculties of Education by Alice L Boberg Book 4 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Buwiness document reports the results of a survey conducted to determine the employment status of the cohort of graduates from the Faculties of Education of the Province of Alberta.
All of the four schools that measured academic achievement documented some improvement in mathematics and reading that could be attributed to the project. An appendix presents evaluation reporting forms. Data on students were collected before and after the study.
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F Mulcahy Book albedta edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The Cognitive Education Project conducted a 3-year longitudinal evaluation of two cognitive education albreta that were aimed at teaching thinking skills. Policy and Planning Branch. Planning and Policy Secretariat Alberta. Finally, it looks at the impact, or consequences of schooling on students from diverse perspectives. In addition to noting how many computers and what kind were used in the schools, the survey was intended to provide information on devleopment of polices, projected purchases, maintenance and the types of peripheral equipment used with computer hardware.
This system provides for a shorter summer vacation schedule, and more breaks during the school year. The purposes of the evaluation were to identify the indicators most commonly used in selecting potential dropouts; to track attendance and dropout rates for START project students; to monitor the achievement and attitudes of the students; and to compare the relative success of various dropout prevention strategies.
Guide for developing school board three-year education plans and annual education results reports by Alberta Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide This guide will assist school boards in Alberta in the development of their three-year plam plans and annual education results reports. Evaluation of the Alberta Schoolnet Project by Alberta Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide SchoolNet is a national program designed to link electronically schools so that they can have access to communications and information technology.
Also under investigation 2101-14 the proportion of graduates who entered the teaching profession in Alberta immediately upon graduation. A review of the literature reveals physiological and psychological effects of light and color. Appended are 44 references. Implications for facility planning are considered and recommendations regarding lighting for classrooms are offered. An appendix presents reporting forms used in the evaluation. Microcomputers in Alberta schools by Alberta Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide InAlberta Education developed a survey of microcomputers in Alberta Schools.
The variety and complexity of the alberya made it impossible to determine the comparative effects of the various interventions. It describes the evaluation context and presents results in terms of educational outcomes achieved, both intended and unintended; technical aspects; and teacher involvement and support.
It looks at environmental conditions in which the education system operates. Each school had one of the four lighting types; two schools had the same type.
A March survey of provinces and territories provides the information base for current Canadian practice in using and addressing issues in student outcome indicators albegta this paper.