NCSALL Report Summaries are substantially abbreviated versions of NCSALL Reports. Report Summaries provide detailed overviews of the findings and recommendations contained in the full Report to which they correspond. Report Summaries are designed to make the results of NCSALL research accessible to non-researcher audiences, most notably teachers. Accordingly, Summary Reports are a key part of NCSALL's ongoing efforts to connect teachers with the latest developments in research.
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- Report 25a (November 2003):
How Teachers Change: A Study of Professional Development in Adult Education
by Cristine Smith, Judy Hofer, Marilyn Gillespie, Marla Solomon, and Karen Rowe
- Report #22a (July 2002):
Connecting Practitioners and Researchers: An Evaluation of NCSALL's Practitioner Dissemination and Research Network
- Report #19a (August 2001):
Toward a New Pluralism in ABE/ESOL Classrooms: Teaching to Multiple "Cultures of Mind"
by Robert Kegan, Maria Broderick, Eleanor Drago-Severson, Deborah Helsing, Nancy Popp and Kathryn Portnow
- Report #18a (December 2001): Report
Classroom Dynamics in Adult Literacy Education
by Hal Beder and Patsy Medina