Progress in Education. Volume 39

Roberta V. Nata (Editor)

Series: Progress in Education
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The ongoing Progress in Education series presents substantial results from around the globe in selected areas of educational research. Schools are institutions that sail in the tempest of educational issues, reforms, strategies, data and tools, as well as reflect changes in society. Embedded in all of these are technology, diversity, and innovation – their inevitability has been demonstrated in our schools and communities. The first chapter of this volume reviews several assessment techniques for students’ mathematics knowledge, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each. The following chapters include topics on interprofessional education in the healthcare setting; adaptive learning systems for developing and improving reading comprehension skills; shared cultural identity in group work activities of adult learners; value-added effect of credit-based transition programs after controlling for preexisting student characteristics; a multiyear, statewide analysis of high school size and attendance rate differences for Texas Hispanic students, as well as dropout rate differences; and factors affecting Taiwanese adolescents’ academic burnout and work engagement. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Assessments Techniques in Mathematics: A Literature Review
Ali Bicer, Sandra Nite, Robert M. Capraro, and Mary M. Capraro (Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA)

Chapter 2. Interprofessional Education in the Healthcare Setting
Toby Bressler (Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA, and Lori Persico, Center for Learning and Innovation, Patient Safety Institute, Northwell Health)

Chapter 3. An Adaptive Learning System for Developing and Improving Reading Comprehension Skills
Maria Rosita Cecilia, Pierpaolo Vittorini and Ferdinando di Orio (Department of Life, Health and Enviromental Sciences, University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy)

Chapter 4. Shared Cultural Identity in Group Work Activities of Adult Learners
Lucio Teles (Faculty of Education, University of Brasilia, Brazil)

Chapter 5. Value-added Effect of Credit-based Transition Programs After Controlling for Preexisting Student Characteristics
Kristi M. Lee, John R. Slate, Robert D. Young, Jr., George W. Moore, and Wally Barnes (Cuero Independent School District, Cuero, Texas, USA, and others)

Chapter 6. High School Size and Attendance Rate Differences for Texas Hispanic Students: A Multiyear-Statewide Investigation
Yolanda Judith Rios, John R. Slate, Cynthia Martinez-Garcia, and George W. Moore (Pasadena Independent School District, Pasadena, Texas, USA, and others)

Chapter 7. Dropout Rate Differences by High School Size for Texas Hispanic Students: A Multiyear, Statewide Analysis
Yolanda Judith Rios, John R. Slate, George W. Moore, and Cynthia Martinez-Garcia (Pasadena Independent School District, TX, USA, and others)

Chapter 8. A Longitudinal Study on the Factors Affecting Taiwanese Adolescents’ Academic Burnout and Work Engagement
Shu-Shen Shih (National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan)

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