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    Gifted and Talented Education

    Teacher's Reflection

    Consider the following: You have created a lesson plan for a classroom. You have used this lesson for years and have never had a special needs student in the class. It is time again to use the lesson but this year you have a student that has no arms or legs. Although the student is missing limbs, she is very smart and has A's

    Adjustable Assignments, Compacting, and Grouping

    Select one of the following topics. Provide a summary of the instructional technique. Additional resources may be found using ProQuest or in the Educational Impact videos using the search feature and entering the topic you are interested in learning more about. Provide a link to the reference or the information from Educational

    Inclusion in Special Education

    What is the influence of inclusion of special education students in the calculations of Adequate Yearly Progress required by NCLB for school districts?

    Evaluation research

    Research topic: What are the benefits of using music for talented and gifted students as an instructional tool? Find an example of evaluation research from your literature review or an additional search. Summarize the findings and recommendation based on this research.

    Music for talented and gifted students

    RESEARCH TOPIC: What are the benefits of using music for talented and gifted students as an instructional tool? create an outline of the procedures or methods of your research design proposal. Include a step-by-step description of research design, the participants, instruments, and what will be done to collect and analyze t

    Using Music for Students as an Instructional Tool

    Research topic: What are the benefits of using music for talented and gifted students as an instructional tool? How important is it to understand statistics in research? How will you attempt to handle statistical reporting and analyses in your study? What problems do you think you will encounter?

    Literature review

    please help Research topic : What are the benefits of using music for talented and gifted students as an instructional tool? Summarize and complete a literature review of at least ten (10) scholarly sources that pertain to your research topic. This Literature Review should be a minimum of five pages in length, excluding

    Gifted and talented

    What are the benefits of using music for talented and gifted students as an instructional tool? Please discuss why you chose the topic and write 3 research question or hypotheses. Discuss the process in which you selected and formed your research questions or hypotheses and the challenges you experienced in writing a research qu

    Instructional technology is evaluated.

    Please help me develop an assessment plan that will evaluate the use of the instructional technologies you have chosen. I have included some of technology guidelines. Include in your narrative an explanation of what constitutes learning success, failure, and how you will know if your final project meets or exceeds your goals.

    Online teaching for special learners

    Using ProQuest, research one article on on-line teaching. Post a summary of the article and your reflective thoughts about on-line teaching. How does the information address the needs of special learners? Include in your discussion whether you agree or disagree with the article. Provide a link to the article

    Students with special needs

    Visit: http://www.ldonline.org/firstperson and read about how these people have overcome their learning obstacles. Select a person with special needs that you find interesting and research the person's special learning need using ProQuest. Choose from the following special needs areas: * Learning disabilities * Ph

    Lesson plan analysis: First Grade Fishbowl activity

    How are the needs of diverse learners met/not met? I have to prepare a paper on this information. a. Students with specific learning disabilities b. Students with different cultural backgrounds c. Students who have social inequities d. Students whose primary language is not English e.

    Developmental - Thematic Curriculum

    What is developmental-thematic curriculum? What are the main characteristics of developmental-thematic curriculum? Describe each characteristic. **I need 200+ words please. Also a resource would be appreciated.** Thanks so much.

    Education Scenario - Special Education

    Sharon Arkell, an experienced special education teacher, finds herself assigned to co-teach with another experienced teacher who refuses to relinquish any control in the classroom. The only suggestion offered to Sharon is "Be patient and don't rock the boat". Sharon Arkell, a special educator, had been teaching in the same comm

    Special Education - Annual goals and learning expectations for a gifted student

    Brian is a Grade 3 student who is gifted. Intelligence tests have shown that Brian functions at a Grade 6 level in all subjects. He frequently acts out in class because he is not being challenged, and as a result has few friends. Biran also shows a strong interest in reading. Brian lives in a fly-in aboriginal community where t

    Learning Disability - Special Education Teacher

    Please provides suggestions and ideas on the following task, e.g. what to include in the interview, some general information about the environment that is conducive to learning for students with learning disabilities (LD), etc. Task: Interview a special education teacher about the environment most conducive to the learni