Answer the following questions: •Can everyone be an online learner? What do the various theories that you have studied contribute to your answer? •How can you support an online learner who does not seem to be motivated? Describe 2 possible scenarios in which online learners may not have or may lose their energy and inter
I need assistance creating a theoretical and abstract paper. Select one area of development: social/emotional, physical or cognitive. Select a developmental stage: First Two Years- Early childhood, Middle childhood, or Adolescence. The developmental stage that I am interested in writing in is social/emotional and Middle chi
Part 1 Once you have completed the unit reading assignment related to the Kermit and the Keyboard story, do the following: •Compare and contrast the 3 different cognitivist theories in this situation. •Discuss elements that are unique to each viewpoint and that are discussed by all. ◦In the ones discussed by all, what
I need help with the following questions. Recall PPTs that you have experienced; some have held the audience's attention, some have not. 1.Present an example of a persuasive and an unpersuasive presentation. 2.What were the major differences?
Research on one cognitive, one behavioral, and one humanistic theory or model. Include the following: •A description of each •The similarities and differences between them •How each might be used home health
For this discussion: 1. Create two measurable lesson objectives that are aligned with one Common Core Standard. 2. For each of the objectives, create two differentiated strategies designed to master the objective. 3. Explain how the strategies you've suggested are engaging to diverse learners. 4. Cite scholarly so
1. Please discuss classroom direction and who should be in charge of learning. 2. Discuss who is the central figure in 'control' of learning? 3. Who implements and creates active engagement and learning in your classroom? 4. Is this educational philosophy teacher focused or student focused? 5. How this might influence
Create your own working definition of Universal Design for Learning. For example, what is UDL and what does it mean to you? How do principles of Universal Design for Learning support this definition of Active Learning: Active learning takes place when the student is interacting with the material orally, tactically and or cogn
Identify three components of secondary education that are essential for students with ID in order for them to have appropriate transition activities. How will these three components address necessary skills for post-high school living as an adult living with ID?
This solution briefly examines four principles of androgyny and summarizes how they relate to personal computer training in general. In sum, the core principles of androgyny are overviewed.
Although CBI and REBT are found in counseling theories and use, how can these techniques be used by teachers in the classroom? Give specific examples and possible outcomes.
• What is your preferred learning style? • Were you able to use your learning style when you were a student in the pre-K through 12 setting? Why or why not? • Do you think it will be important for you to assess your students' preferred learning styles? Why or why not? • How do you assess your students' learning? •
1. What is "authentic assessment"? 2. What is a specific example of an authentic assessment that you do (or would) use in your current (or future) classroom? 3. How is authentic assessment different from traditional assessment measures? 4. What are the benefits/advantages of authentic assessments over traditional assessment m
Do you consider yourself to be a constructivist teacher? Explain why you feel the way you do. Where do your teaching practices "fit" along the constructivist spectrum spanning from radical to conservative? Do your current teaching practices reflect your views on constructivist-based teaching and learning? Why or why not?
Prepare a response to the following questions: To what extent and in what manner* do your views on student learning reflect the views of two of the following scholars: B. F. Skinner A. Maslow J. Piaget or Vygotsky A. Bandura Describe what your students would be doing in your classroom that reflects these views. To what
Summarize your understanding of the foundation of the CCSS for Math and English Arts. Next, adopting the perspective of a teacher leader, in at least two paragraphs, evaluate how CCSS (Math and English Language Arts) can be used to influence the use of technology-enhanced differentiated instructional strategies to support the ne
Explain the definition of learning disabilities. How does this definition drive the eligibility process for students suspected of having a learning disability? Include references.
What learning strategies do you think are most effective for increased attention and memory development for students with LD? Why? What is the relationship between LD, memory, and attention? Cite appropriate research/evidence
How might you apply music and art therapy content to a classroom and instruction for children with disabilities? (if references are used can you please list them)
Please assist in answering these questions: 1. Explain how taxonomies influence instruction and learning in higher education 2. Explain the strengths and limitations of an emphasis on taxonomies with particular consideration for diverse learner populations.
1. Explain how the cognitive theory describes the process of learning. 2. Explain the relationship between the cognitive theory and a teacher's teaching philosophy.
What are the implications of Lev Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development in the classroom?
Formative and summative evaluation is a continuous process that requires diligence in selecting the appropriate tool. What should the evaluator take into consideration when selecting or developing an evaluation instrument? Why? 100 words of personal notes are supplied.
Explain how Bloom's taxonomy and Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction are complementary. Explain how the two can be used together as tools for building a differentiated classroom.
One of the main traits of action research is that it is recursive which means that you make adaptations and adjustments based on ongoing evidence. Propose a possible solution to your instructional problem/research question. Think of some possible scenarios and how you would make adjustments and/or accommodations.... My instru
How can one make the connection between cognitive constructivism learning theory and the actual practice of learning or instruction? What is the relationship between this theory and one's teaching philosophy?
Explain how one or more of the three principle schools of learning theory—behaviorist, cognitive, and/or constructivist—might influence one's teaching philosophy. Also, what is one way that learning theories are different from instructional theories?
Please help answer the following question: Who is Jean Piaget and what are the four stages of his Theory of Cognitive Development?
What challenges might an instructor or facilitator face when using web 2.0 tools for differentiation of instruction?
How does teaching of psychology relate to social change beyond the individual student level? Then describe two examples that illustrate the relationship between social change and teaching.