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CREDE is a federally funded research and development program focused on improving the education of students whose ability to reach their potential is challenged by language or cultural barriers, race, geographic location, or poverty. More than 30 CREDE-funded research projects around the country have gathered data and tested curriculum models in wide-ranging settings and with diverse student populations-from classrooms with predominantly Zuni-speaking students in New Mexico to inner city schools in Florida to California elementary schools with large populations of native Spanish-speaking students. The findings from these projects are available here and on the CREDE web site.

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 3, No. 3

Talking Leaves, Vol. 3, No. 3

(2004)

Talking Leaves, Summer 2000

Articles:

Teaching Transformed, Book Review

National Directory of Teacher Preparation Programs for teachers of Linguistically and Culturally Diverse students

Dual Language Instruction: A Handbook for Enriched Education

Making Content Comprehensible for English Language Learners: The SIOP Model

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 8, No. 1

Talking Leaves, Vol. 8, No. 1

(2004)

Articles in this issue:

Only Teachers Using Diversity Pedagogy Can Be "Highly Qualified"

Sharon Brockman: Using CD-ROMs in Student Teacher Programs

Greenlanders Visit CREDE as Part of National Education Reform Effort

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 7, No. 1

Talking Leaves, Vol. 7, No. 1

(2004)

Talking Leaves, Spring 2003, articles:

Leaving No Child Behind Begins with Leaving No Teacher Behind

Standards of Professional Development: Measuring Delivery

When Real Life Takes the Place of Simulation: Transforming Teaching and Learning through Sheltered Instruction

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 6, No.1

Talking Leaves, Vol. 6, No.1

(2002)

Talking Leaves, Spring 2002, Articles

Bringing Teaching Alive: Professional Development and Multimedia Technology

Mara Mills: Nonstandard Science through CREDE's Five Standards

Sheri Galarza: Using the Standards to Meet the Needs of Preschoolers

Marta Civil: Linking Community Knowledge and School and School Mathematics

LessonLab: Learning and Collaborating Online

The CREDE/BYU Partnership

Using Video to Improve Education for Native American Students

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 6, No. 2

Talking Leaves, Vol. 6, No. 2

(2002)

Talking Leaves, Summer 2002, Articles:

The Future of Diversity Education Research

A Practical Guide to Understanding and Implementing Two-Way Immersion Programs

Educator Spotlight: Maria Sudduth, Working magic with CREDE's Five Standards and Harry Potter

Opportunities Through Language Arts: Promoting Literacy in Middle Elementary School

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 5, No. 2

Talking Leaves, Vol. 5, No. 2

(2001)

Talking Leaves, Fall 2001, Articles:

Report on Synthesis Team Activity

CREDE Enters New Phase with Formation of Synthesis Teams

Program Showcase: Recent Findings from Two-Way Immersion

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 4, No. 3

Talking Leaves, Vol. 4, No. 3

(2000)

Teaching Alive, Summer 2000, Articles:

Teaching Transformed

National Directory of Teacher Preparation Programs for Teachers of Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students

Dual Language Instruction: A Handbook for Enriched Education

Making Content Comprehensible for English Language Learners: The SIOP Model

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Volume 4, No. 4

Talking Leaves, Volume 4, No. 4

(2000)

Talking Leaves, Spring 2000, Articles:

Classroom and Schoolwide Observation

Under the Microscope

Observing School Restructuring in Multicultural, Multilingual Contexts

From the Other Side of the Classroom

Looking for Findings in all the Right Places

The Classroom Observation Schedule and the Teacher Roles Observation Schedule

The Standards Performance Continuum: Measuring CREDE's Standards for Effective Pedagogy

The Kentucky Primary Program Component Configuration Map

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Vol. 4 No. 1

Talking Leaves, Vol. 4 No. 1

(1999)

Talking Leaves, Fall 1999, Articles:

Program Showcase: Family, Peers, School and Community

A National Survey of School/Community-Based Organization

Peer group Influence and Academic Aspirations Across Cultural/Ethnic Groups of High School Students

Developing Immigrant Parents' Computer Literacy in Partnership with Students' Learning

Community Based Organization/School Relationships in Urban Southeast Asian Communities

Different Cultures, Different Strokes, Similar Reasons

Navigating and Negotiating Home, School, and Peer Linkages in Adolescence

Cover page of Talking Leaves, Volume 3, No. 2

Talking Leaves, Volume 3, No. 2

(1999)

Talking Leaves, Spring 1999

Articles:

Significance of Everyday Language

Sociocultural Perspectives on Professional Development

Parents as Experts

Sheltered Instruction

Evaluation that Informs School Reform

On the Threshhold of Language Revitalization

Rural Children of Appalaichian Descent

Leading for Diversity

New Directions in American Indian and Alaskan Native Reseacrh