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The "STEP" Improvement Plan
This paper discusses the "STEP" improvement plan, which is designed to improve the teaching and learning environment at all grade levels.
# 92039 | 1,330 words | 2 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 12, 2007 in Education (Teaching Methods)

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This paper explains that the main goal of the "STEP" improvement plan, which is an acronym for "Students and Teachers Educationally Prepared", is to provide teachers with the professional development and proper tools to educate students with technology, updated materials and content that are geared to promoting cultural diversity in an interactive learning environment. The author provides a detailed example of how the "STEP" works would be used by a teacher for a month of teaching math or science. The paper stresses that many U.S. students are not able complete math and science at their current grade level because of the lack of quality materials and curriculum; therefore, it is essential to provide the students with the "STEP" improvement plan, which contains lessons and materials that will increase their chances of passing standardized tests.

Table of Contents:
Statement of Need
Plan Description

From the Paper:

"After presenting a specific test related topic to the class, the teacher will assist the students with completing research on the computer and network with international pen pals to complete the assignment. All student work will be closely monitored by the teacher through use of the internet. The student's activities, research and communications will be tracked and graded by the teacher. Students will submit all assignments through the website."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Forgione, Pascal D. (2004). International Test Scores. Poor U.S. Test Results Tied to Weak Curriculum. Retrieved April 25, 2006 from:
  • US Department of Education. No Child Left Behind. (

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