Making the most of summer school: a meta-analytic and narrative review

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Blackwell Publishers Inc. , Oxford
Statementcommentary by Geoffrey D. Borman.
SeriesMonographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- v.65, no.1
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Pagination130p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18507652M

Harris M. Cooper is professor in the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke University. He earned his doctorate degree in social psychology from the University of Connecticut.

Kelly Charlton is the author of Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta Cited by:   Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development) Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development): Cooper, Harris: : Books.

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Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, McAlester Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, MOUSA.

[email protected] Summer schools serve multiple purposes for students, families, educators, by: LAURA.

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Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development,65(1, Serial No. Summer schools serve multiple purposes for students, families, educa-tors, and communities. The current need for summer programs is driven by. Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review Article Literature Review in Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 65(1):i-v, ; discussion Used meta-analytic and narrative procedures to integrate results of 93 evaluations of summer school.

Found that summer programs focusing on remedial or accelerated learning or other goals impacted positively on participants' knowledge and skills. Middle class students showed larger positive effects than disadvantaged students.

Remedial programs had larger effects when the program was Cited by: Title: Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review Created Date: Z. Cooper (et al.) conducted a review of several summer school evaluations in their report, Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review.

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Muhlenbruck (Eds.), Monographs of the society for research in child by: Making the most of summer school: a meta-analytic and narrative review Author: Harris M Cooper ; Geoffrey D Borman ; Society for Research in Child Development. Making the most of summer school: a meta-analytic and narrative review Author: Harris M Cooper ; Kelly Charlton ; Jeff C Valentine ; Geoffrey D Borman ; Society for Research in Child Development.

Cooper, H., Charlton, K., Valentine, J. C., & Muhlenbruck, L. Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review. Society for Research in Child American Sociological Review, 72(2), – THE school-related points of access are the least available over the summer.

Research on book deserts—areas with a. As with many trends found in the Kids & Family Reading Report, the number of books read over the summer varies widely by age (See figure 2b): kids ages 6–8 read an average of 19 books; that number drops to nine among 9–11s, six among 12–14s and two among 15– of the decline in the number of books read can be attributed to the length of books kids are reading increasing as.

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Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 65(1), 1– Downey, D. B., von Hippel, P. T., & Broh, B. Are schools the great equalizer. Cognitive inequality during the summer months and the school year.

American Sociological Review, 69(5), – Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 65 (1, Serial No.

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Along with each book, students receive a tri-fold paper that leads them through a pre-reading activity and a post-reading comprehension check. A narrative and meta-analytic review. Review. Cooper, H, Charlton, K, Valentine, JC, Muhlenbruck, L Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 1 (Serial No.

)Cited by: A review of 39 studies indicated that achievement test scores decline over summer vacation. The results of the 13 most recent studies were combined using meta-analytic procedures.

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Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. K., Lindsay, J., & Greathouse, S. The effects of summer vacation on achievement test scores: A narrative and meta-analytic review. Review of Educational. Harris Cooper et al., “Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review,” Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Developm no.

1 (). A systematic review of summer school programs by Cooper et al, 10 synthesizing studies published between andwas also identified. It included 71 studies, only one of which was also included in the Lauer et al 19 meta-analysis. Differences between included studies in these reviews may be a consequence of different inclusion criteria.

Cooper, H., et al. Making the Most of Summer School - A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development. Wiley-Blackwell, Wiley-Blackwell, Hartmann, H., et al.

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Meta-Analysis for Explanation: A Casebook. Making the most of summer school: A meta-analytic and narrative review. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Serial No.65(1). Fashola, O. Out-of-School Time Programs Research Summary Cooper, H., Charlton, K., Valentine, J.

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Summer School. Summer learning loss also can be used to argue for increasing students' access to summer school. A research synthesis reported by Cooper et al. () used both meta-analytic and narrative procedures to integrate the results of 93 evaluations of summer school.Intheir monograph titled Making the Most of Summer School was published by the Society for Research on Child Development.

He and his students have also completed syntheses of research on the effects of full-day kindergarten and extending the school year and the school day (both published in Review of Educational Research, ).Cooper, Harris; Charlton, Kelly; Valentine, Jeff C.; Muhlenbruck, Laura: Making the Most of Summer School: A Meta-Analytic and Narrative Review.

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