7 edition of On rigor found in the catalog.
|Statement||9H ; edited by Richard Burdett and Wilfried Wang.|
|Contributions||Burdett, Richard., Wang, Wilfried., Tessenow, Heinrich, 1876-1950., 9H Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||NA1088.T37 O5 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||88063304|
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Rigor is about learning, not punishment – Rigor is about growth and success, not failure From these beliefs, Blackburn has created her own definition of rigor that frames the rest of the book: Definition of Rigor Rigor is creating an environment in which each student is expected to learn at high levels, each student is supported so he or she canFile Size: KB.
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Rigor is a quality of instruction that requires students to construct meaning for themselves, impose structure on information, integrate individual skills into processes, operate within but at the outer edge of their abilities, and apply what they learn in more than one context and to unpredictable situations.
Rigor Mortis takes a hard look at these problems. It explores the scope (some say half of all published findings are false).
It explores the scope (some say half of all published findings are false). It looks at causes, including the brutal competition for funding which drives scientists to do what’s best for their careers rather than what.Activity 4: Rigor & Relevance Activity Guide.
Raising the Level of Instructional Rigor and Relevance. To ensure all students meet 21st century and Common Core State Standards and graduate ready for college and careers, the levels of rigor and relevance in our classrooms must be significantly increased.Book Review: “Rigor Mortis” by Richard Harris Rigor Mortis: How Sloppy Science Creates Worthless Cures, Crushes Hope, and Wastes Billions Richard Harris Basic Books (April 4, ) 15 years in the foundations of physics taught me little about the universe and much about human behavior.