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By Judith Ireson

ISBN-10: 0761972080

ISBN-13: 9780761972082

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ISBN-13: 9780761972099

ISBN-10: 1847876919

ISBN-13: 9781847876911

Skill Grouping in schooling presents an outline of skill grouping in schooling. The authors think about selective education and talent grouping inside faculties, akin to streaming, banding environment and within-class grouping.

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Some schools were unable to provide all the results and a slightly higher proportion of data was available for pupils in the partially set schools, in each subject. Key Stage 2 data were available for approximately 65% of pupils in the partially set schools and for approximately 59% of pupils in the mixed ability and set schools. The level of setting in each subject varied, with some schools adopting rigorous setting from year 7, while others retained mixed ability grouping or used broad ability groups.

These questionnaires contain scales measuring multiple facets of the self-concept (Marsh, 1990). While much of this effort has been directed towards construct validation and testing the structure of the self-concept, some research has explored the relationship between academic attainment and self-concept. Although there are several models of the self-concept and an enormous research literature, the model that has generated most research on academic self-concept is that developed by Shavelson and his colleagues (Byrne and Shavelson, 1996; Marsh, Byrne and Shavelson, 1988; Shavelson, Hubner and Stanton, 1976).

Qxd 19-Jul-01 3:33 PM Page 27 Does Ability Grouping Raise Attainment? 27 ● samples were initially comparable, either through random assignment or through the use of matching procedures; ● ability grouping had been in place for at least a semester; and ● at least three ability-grouped and three control classes were involved. Slavin concluded that across the 14 elementary studies he reviewed (which included the Barker Lunn study referred to above), the effects of ability grouping were essentially zero.

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