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Time to Teach: Instructional Time and Science Teachers’ Use of Inquiry-Oriented Instructional Practices


by Tammy Kolbe, Caitlin Steele & Beth White - 2020


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 12, 2020, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23517, Date Accessed: 4/17/2021 3:31:11 AM
 
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About the Author
  • Tammy Kolbe
    University of Vermont
    TAMMY KOLBE, Ed.D., is an associate professor of educational leadership & policy studies at the University of Vermont. Her research focuses on the resources and costs associated with implementing policies and programs in PK–16 educational organizations. Her recent publications include: Kolbe, T., & Jorgenson, S. (2018). Meeting the demand of new standards for middle-level science: Which teachers are best prepared? Elementary School Journal,118(4); Kolbe, T., & O’Reilly, F. (2016). The cost of increasing in-school time: Evidence from the Massachusetts Expanded Learning Time Initiative. Leadership & Policy in Schools, 16(4); Kolbe, T., & Baker, B. (2019). Fiscal equity and America’s community colleges. The Journal of Higher Education, 90(1); and Kolbe, T., Kinsley, P., Feldman, R. C., & Goldrick-Rab, S. (2018). From the (academic) middle to the top: An evaluation of the AVID/TOPS college access program. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (JESPAR), 23(4).
  • Caitlin Steele
    Addison Central School District
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    CAITLIN STEELE, Ph.D., is the director of teaching & learning at Addison Central School District in Middlebury, Vermont. She assisted with this study while a doctoral student in the University of Vermont’s program in educational leadership & policy studies.
  • Beth White
    Big Picture Learning
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    BETH WHITE, Ph.D., is a school design coach at Big Picture Learning, where she works with New England schools to transform to learner-centered environments. She assisted with this study while a doctoral student in the University of Vermont’s program in educational leadership & policy studies.
 
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