What are the three ways a teacher could use the results of an adaptive behaviour scale to increase a student's adaptive behaviour skills? Are IQ scores valuable in relationship to educational placement (special education, remedial, gifted, advanced placement)?
I needed a little help getting started. Create your philosophy and approach to family and community engagement. Draw from your direct experience working with families. Your philosophy statement and approach should align to a theoretical perspective. You must cite one scholarly source in your philosophy and approach statement.
You are planning a 2 hour training for staff that is an introduction to to cover the model, concepts, technology and some performance results. How would you plan to evaluate your teaching? Provide a description/example of the technique or techniques you would use to evaluate the class.
What must a trainer keep in mind when selecting an effective evaluation model?
Describe alternative assessment strategies, other than using rubrics, in evaluating student outcomes. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using these types of alternative assessments? Please give specific examples
Share three math content standards and three science content standards. Then, develop a project that meets these standards. Describe your project and identify two ways in which this project is developmentally appropriate. Also explain your approach for making your project child-centered.
I am reviewing critically both types of assessments and evidence/s supporting these and the subsequent impact on the national strategy which sought to promote the use of AfL in England. Therefore, answer the following (approx. 500 words each): a) Establish the difference between, and use of, approaches to assessment b) Criti
As an instructional leader, how do you motivate all staff to participate actively in professional development? Recommend specific strategies to include disengaged participants.
Professional development programs for facilitators have been criticized for various reasons; for example, one time workshops, educational trends, lack of relevance, short-lived program, and no follow-up. What are the pitfalls of professional development programs? Present improvement strategies in the form of a best practices out
Historically, there has been a gap between local curriculum and what appears on nationally-norm, standardized tests. As a result, schools have begun to align local curriculum with those national tests. What are the implications of local versus national curriculum and assessment?
Discuss the disadvantage of developing and implementing instructional programs not based on research. How important is such research? What process must be followed to develop a research-based instructional program?
Please help answer the following problem about learning standards. What do you consider to be the two most important quality criteria for a curriculum guide? Defend your selection. In addition, identify one criterion that is likely to be missed or could be problematic and explain why.
1. What aspects of the doctoral pursuit is the most intriguing? Why? Of what aspects are most apprehensive? Why?
Why does the concept of "one size fits all" learning not apply to teaching or training?
Quantitative research question: Do trainees have lower passing scores on career development courses at a deployed location, than those at a home location? Peruse the literature; select 4 or 5 articles that relate to the research question; and read with a purpose to identify gaps in information or ambiguities that help to cl
With regard to the article, "How Siemens Got Its Mojo Back", featured in Bloomberg Businessweek on January 27, 2011, found at this link, http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/11_06/b4214018593359.htm I have some questions and could use some help and references to the article and others to support ideas for me to elabo
1) Why is face-to-face communication still important in an organization? Or is it? 2) What are the advantages of face-to-face communication in an organization? 3) What are the disadvantages?
How can you differentiate content and still hold students to the same standards? Are the two ideas (differentiation and standards) mutually exclusive?
In what ways may engaging instructor modules or training plans deter challenging behaviors?
The primary research question and topic that is of concern for the classroom that will be researched in this paper is how children change over time throughout their academic experiences and to what degree earlier developmental patterns and experiences can predict future growth and development in the child. Need help with the
Please help answer the following questions: What are some examples of traditional performance - based summative assessments? What is the importance of varying your assessment modalities?
1) What is social loafing in the workplace? What problems does social loafing cause and what is its impact on productivity in the workplace? 2) What steps would be recommended for a hotel manager to take to reduce social loafing within the cleaning staff that are responsible for keeping all common areas and guest rooms spotle
1) Why is it important for managers to always try to use positive reinforcement instead of negative reinforcement? 2) How might using negative reinforcement affect the working relationship or workplace environment? 3) Should negative reinforcement ever be used in today's workplace? Why or why not? 4) Is there any connec
Read the Hansen and Brody article entitled, "Solving Problems through Action Research." (see attached). Specifically pay attention to the various data collection methods. Also think about how other action researchers have collected data. Think about your instructional problem and your research question, my research question bei
Read the article entitled, "Assessment in Work‐Based Learning: Investigating a Pedagogical Approach to Enhance Student Learning." (see attached) According to Brodie and Irving (2007): As teachers [...], we need to ensure that students will know: - What learning is (learning implies change)—learning theory; - How to
According to Moss and Noden (1994), classroom teachers who decide to investigate questions that they have generated about teaching and learning engage in action research when they raise questions about their practices, test out assumptions, and evaluate the results. Action research gives educators an opportunity to reflect, make
What is your own definition of performance improvement, based on your experiences? Why have you selected this definition? How does it relate to HPT? What are the distinguishing features that underlie the performance improvement process? According to our text, ""Human performance technology is the study and ethical practice
What is meant when an author say "any good classroom test begins with your objectives". Do you agree or disagree with this statement?
I need to design an instructional interdisciplinary unit to teach elementary social studies. It must include one week's worth of lesson plans. Introduction to the 'Theme This section' must describe: a. The target population; the characteristics of the learners for whom the activity is planned b. The prerequisites (If necess
For this discussion, please share your own ideas and insights about how early childhood educators may communicate with others regarding learning standards as well as how to communicate the purpose and value of Learning Standards to parents. Discuss how children, teachers, programs and parents benefit from Learning Standards. Inc