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Improving the Quality of Classroom Instruction for Students at Risk of Failure in Urban Schools
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Peabody Journal of Education Volume 70, Number 2, ISSN 0161-956X

Abstract

After discussing the poor quality of classroom instruction for at-risk urban students, the paper examines risks associated with failure, current instructional practices in poor urban schools, and instructional approaches that have improved the education of at-risk students (critical/responsive teaching, cognitively-guided instruction, and technology-enriched instruction). (SM)

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Waxman, H.C. & Padron, Y.N. (1995). Improving the Quality of Classroom Instruction for Students at Risk of Failure in Urban Schools. Peabody Journal of Education, 70(2), 44-65. Retrieved September 16, 2019 from .

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