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    Brain-Based Learning - Fact or Fiction? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Current developments in brain research offer many insights for teaching and learning educators; however, teachers and principals should demonstrate caution by learning how to apply brain research intelligently, thereby avoiding the misuse of such research...

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    Building Bridges - A Teacher and a Pastor Dialogue about Discipleship Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A teacher and a pastor discuss how education and pastoring overlap extensively in the area of discipleship. Educators would benefit from pastoral approaches and pastors would benefit from broadening their instructional approaches and understanding.

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    Grouping Students for Reading Instruction Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Ideas for teaching reading more effectively in small schools. Reading instruction provides unusual challenges because students must be taught at a mastery level and provided with enrichment and reinforcement. Suggestions dealing with general group management...

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    Launching a Program of Individualized Math Instruction Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The purpose of this article in the JAE special math issue is to provide a model for individualization in math instruction that caters to the uniqueness of each child. Advice given is designed to assist teachers in implementing a model that will help children...

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    Making Every Minute Count Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Time management is of particular concern to multigrade teachers. Topics discussed are planning preparedness, seizing the moment, making lists, involving students, minimizing paperwork, individualizing instruction, making every moment count, defining goals...