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This is a research report on "Teaching as Reflective Practice" put together by the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium. The research papers in this report include:
"Expectation and Innovations: A Nation At Risk; Shopping Mall High School; Horace's Compromise" by Angela Pickels and Brettina Sanchez of Monacan High School, Chesterfield County Public Schools.
"The Successful Interdisciplinary Class Must Secede From the Traditional" by Puck Snidow and Margaret Flanagan of Clover Hill High School, Chesterfield County Public Schools.
"What Has Been the Impact of Beaverdam Elementary Schools's Computer Network on Teachers?" by Katherine W. Benkert and Donna Kouri of Beaverdam Elementary School, Hanover County Public Schools.
"Is It Better To Drink From A Fountain Or A Secret Waterfall?" by Carolyn Hawthorne of Hermitage High School, Henrico County Public Schools.
"Hey That's Me: An Investigation of Learning Styles" by Linda Hamlin of Godwin High School, Henrico County Public Schools.
"The Essentials Tests for Latin II For The County of Henrico" by Martin Clagett of Godwin High School, Henrico County Public Schools.
"What Increases Student Interest In Reading?" by Jan Butterworth of Hopewell High School, Hopewell City Public Schools.
"Student and Teacher Satisfaction With Electronic Resources Versus Printed Resources in a Middle School Library Media Center" by Carolyn Leatherman of Carter G. Woodson School, Hopewell City Public Schools.
"What Are The Successful Factors That Affect A Successful Inclusion Program? by Melba Whitaker of Powhatan Elementary School, Powhatan County Public Schools.
"To This We've Come: Surviving Behaviorally Challenged Students" by Valerie Golightly and Muriel Mill Branch of Thompson Middle School, Richmond City Public Schools.
"...And We All Learned" by Diane Neylan and Robyn Simms of John F. Kennedy High School, Richmond City Public Schools.
"How Do We Help Our Students Become More Reasonable?" by Laura Woodle and Carol Hartsoe of Summer Hill Elementary, Richmond City Public Schools.
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