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Instructional Differences across School Sector: Evidence from the Chicago School Study.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2007 Annual Meeting, p1. 41p. 5 Charts.

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Student-Centered Discussion Strategies for the 21st Century Classroom.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2009 Annual Meeting, p1. 20p.

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Teacher & Mentor Relationships and Student Academic Achievement.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-34. 34p.

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Yoga as a Way of Life: Authenticity through Identity Management.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-25. 25p.

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It's Not Called Recess Anymore: Break Time in Middle School.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-37. 38p.

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Racialization Processes in Korean American Community-Based Educational Spaces.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-24. 24p.

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Teaching academic content in kindergarten: How patterns of tight and loose coupling shape instruction.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2008 Annual Meeting, p1. 20p.

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Then and Now: Sustaining Open Classroom Dialogue in an Era of Incivility.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-31. 31p.

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Korean food: authenticity, exoticism, and cultural omnivorousness in Manhattan's Koreatown.

  • Source: Conference Papers -- American Sociological Association. 2019, p1-35. 35p.

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