Best instructional practices in alternative learning centers in Minnesota
This Capstone attempts to answer the question: What are the specific best practices in instructional classroom strategies in Alternative Learning Centers (ALCs) in Minnesota? Through a series of interviews of diverse alternative instructors, the question is explored systematically with regards to teaching preparation, instruction, assessment, and their rationale for each. This capstone also defines at-risk student populations, offers a brief history and status of national and regional ALCs, and examines current programmatic best practices in ALCs. The capstone find that best practices in ALCs mimic best practices in other, more traditional, educational environments: Good teaching is good teaching
Johnson, Ethan S., "Best instructional practices in alternative learning centers in Minnesota" (2014). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 982.
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