The Centre for Education Policy published the paper “Towards a High-quality Remedial Instruction – Support to Improvement and Examples of Good Practice” from the authors Tinde Kovač Cerović, Ivana Cenerić and Tijana Jokić.
This paper deals with the topic of education in an unusual way. It does not deal directly with learning during classes, regular or remedial. It deals with necessary conditions that have to be satisfied for learning to happen during remedial instruction. The conditions are presented in layers – as a network with a number of important knots. Furthermore, the paper relies on an extensive literature that covers research findings, educational, policy, and comparative analysis, with the main purpose of preventing school dropout and providing effective remedial instruction. This way the readers are not receiving the overview of the literature and the research results in a typical way – according to sources, topics or geographical areas; they are receiving them “in action.” Therefore, this book is intended for a variety of readers – teachers, experts, scientists and other interested individuals involved in the practice, theory and educational policy, research methodology in education, management of schools, classrooms or organisations, and those providing additional support.
This publication was created within the Project “Prevention of early school dropout in the Republic of Serbia,” implemented by the Centre for Education Policy in partnership with UNICEF Serbia and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.