Continuous Improvement in the English Classroom

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ASQ Quality Press, Jan 1, 2010 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 124 pages
 

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Contents

History of Continuous Improvement and How It Relates to Education
1
LACK OF ENTHUSIASM IS EVIDENT
2
NOT JUST ANOTHER CATCH PHRASE
4
DATADRIVEN CULTURE
5
BACKGROUND ON DEMING AND JENKINS
6
PDSA PLAN DO STUDY ACT
8
FOURTEEN POINTS
9
KEY ELEMENTS
15
KEY CONCEPTS
64
WORD BANK OR NOT?
66
BENEFITS OF REVIEWPREVIEW
68
EFFICIENCY VS FAIRNESS
70
Teamwork
71
STUDENTCENTERED LEARNING
72
DISCOVER LEARNING STYLES
74
COACH VS REFEREE
81

Steps for the L to J Process
17
RANDOM QUIZZES
18
VARIOUS CHARTS EXPLAINED
25
ITEM ANALYSIS
36
STUDENTS TEST OUT
37
TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL
40
WEEKLY
41
QUARTERLY
45
ANNUALLY
49
TESTING THEORIES
52
Set Up a System
55
TEACHING CONSTANT ASSESSMENT RANDOM
57
BLOCK SCHEDULE
58
PERMISSION TO FORGET
60
BRIBERY DOESNT WORK
83
CELEBRATE SUCCESS
84
SET GOALS
88
FEEDBACK
90
OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN
100
SPECIAL EDUCATION CONCERNS
104
GET OUT OF THE WAY
107
Conclusion
109
Hot Potatoes
111
Quizlet
113
Microsoft Excel
115
Bibliography
119
Index
121
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