M. Suzanne Donovan
EngineeringSociologyMathematics educationSocial studiesPublishingInstructional designPolitical sciencePedagogyFaculty developmentScholarshipResearch developmentResearch methodologyEducational researchPublicationCurriculumEconomic growthLiteracyReading (process)Term (time)Vocabulary developmentTheory of changeDisciplineTeaching method
Publications 4
#1M. Suzanne DonovanH-Index: 3
#2Catherine E. Snow (Harvard University)H-Index: 93
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Abstract null null Research-practice partnerships (RPPs) share a common overarching purpose of using research knowledge and techniques to improve practice. But their specific goals vary along three dimensions: purpose (a commitment to generating usable knowledge versus specific solutions), locus (work inside partner districts versus work from a distance), and audience (a focus on local versus broad impact). These dimensions define a three-dimensional space in which various RPPs can be located. W...
#1M. Suzanne DonovanH-Index: 3
#2Catherine E. SnowH-Index: 93
In this article, Leslie Duhaylongsod, Catherine E. Snow, Robert L. Selman, and M. Suzanne Donovan describe the principles behind the design of curricular units that offer disciplinary literacy support in the subject of history for middle school students who represent a wide range of reading levels, and for their teachers, whose own subject matter expertise in history varies. The authors elucidate the theory of change from which the design principles derive and reveal dilemmas they faced in enact...
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