Volume 8 – Summer 2005
Every Child Is A Leader
Written by John J. Bonstingl – A school district discovers that high academic achievement begins with leadership development for all students.
From Page to Stage: Active Learning Through Educational Theatre
Written by Patricia Lindberg – By participating in educational theater, students develop their collaborative skills and create cognitive connections.
Incorporating Children s Literature Into A Behavior Management System
Written by Barbara Szabunka – A school community works together to promote positive interactions among all of its members.
Connecting Students to School
Written by Jay Lewis – Two programs aimed at engaging students find positive results.
Field of Dreams: Coaching In and Out of the Classroom Setting
Written by Gerard Buteau – A First-Year Seminar class at PSU encourages integrated and meaningful experiences for students.
Meeting Students’ Needs: The Key to Dropout Prevention
Written by Dianne F. Bradley, Judith Ann Pauley & Joseph F. Pauley – A program that helps teachers connect and communicate with individual students finds success.
Linking Plymouth and Pakistan: Living Learning in Plain Sight on Site Blake
Written by Blake Hazzard Allen – The University shares its commitment to student learning with administrators and teachers from Pakistan.
Environmental Stewardship Education in the Internet Age
Written by Mary Ann McGarry – The author describes a project that involved finding the right team to collectively envision, design, and implement a stewardship education program with an internet component.
The Restructuring of Public Education
Written by Frederick J. Bramante, Jr. – Educators are challenged to embrace an educational delivery model that focuses on “Real World Learning.”
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