Research suggests that the habits of persistence, precision of language and thought, and managing impulsivity can lead to self-directedness. Select two that you see as interrelated in some way and explain how the selected two relate to each other. Write a description of a teacher behavior or practice that may inadvertentl
Write one good item in any format, along with a brief explanation of why you think it is a good item. The item should be for a new test you are developing called the American History Test, to be administered to ninth graders.
Use the play, Riders to the Sea (Synge) as an example, explain what elements and qualities make drama unique as a literary form. Support your idea with textual evidence from Synge's play. Take into consideration how the literary theme of Riders to the Sea relates to the dramatic form. Please list any resource used.
Based on the quote below, can someone explain in detail how this thought connects to facilitating results through mentoring? "The only true gift is a portion of yourself." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Please help me understand this problem. 1. Describe one observed procedure for how students self-monitor and self-report performance on classroom assignments. 2. Analyze the level of student engagement with an observed procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments. 3. Assess
In the work environment, how can reinforcement or reward be utilized to encourage positive action and outcomes from a mentor-mentee relationship?
Why does a lack of reading fluency interfere with a student's ability to comprehend text?
Explain the benefits of an early intervention program for parents of children with Intellectual Disabilities (ID).
Why does a school wide system of behavior support the optimal type of implementation for behavior management? Can having or not having a school wide approach affect one's role as a coach and if so, how?
After reviewing the Partnership for 21st Century Learning Framework, what in particular do you believe would impact the learners in your classroom the most? What is your responsibility to your students and yourself with regard to this framework?
1. What are some of the abilities of a good trainer? What is it about each of these attributes that makes them successful? 2. In your opinion, are good trainers born or made? Why or why not? 3. Why do we train trainers?
How does the history of American education provide a context for multiculturalism?
Identify three common chemicals found in the home and discuss their potential for toxicological poisoning. Include what treatment, if any, is appropriate in these poisoning cases.
How does age affect curriculum for students with severe disabilities and/or mental challenges? What can assist teachers in creating a curriculum that matches both ability and age needs?
How does assessment data from the various formative and summative assessment tools, such as AZELLA and high stakes standardized tests, drive instruction for English language learners as well as native English speakers? Please provide a detailed explanation for the logic behind your response.
Compare traditional and differentiated classrooms.
What is differentiation? Include hallmarks/principles/elements, and discuss content/process/product.
1.) Lesson Pacing: Why does a teacher need to pace a lesson? 2.) ELL Class: How is vocabulary a key factor in teaching ELL students a new concept? Include an explanation that compares how pacing differs for a class with and without ELL students. 3.) Complexity of Content: Finding the gaps of what students kn
Why is it essential to clarify the purposes involved in assessment before one embarks on a testing effort? Especially for students with Intelligence Disability? What needs to be done to be successfully in testing?
What are some of the characteristics of Intellectual Disability (ID) that might affect a student's social interaction? Give two strategies that you can use to effectively improve this area for a student.
Please help me with a project by discussing the following question: What is the value of a variety of assessment practices for ELL's?
Considering students between grades 5-8, identify why lesson planning is necessary. How would this planning be different for English Language Learner (ELL) classes and classes without ELL? Does lesson complexity have an effect on ELL classes?
How do the Five States of Mind relate and act as the basis for the 16 Habits of the Mind? What are the Habits of Mind?
2.) Predict how all these components (a) Antecedent (b) Behavior (c) Consequences (2) Goals (3) Intervention (4) IEP recommendations, will influence an angry, aggressive child. 3.) Assessment: In what way will the target behavior be assessed? Provide details on a method to document the targeted behaviors.
Why is it important for teachers to ask questions, check for student understanding of concepts, and ask follow-up questions? Discuss the importance of an encouraging atmosphere for students, where they can ask questions and share opinions with each other.
1) Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Approach: Discuss the models, procedures, effectiveness, and limitations of the cognitive behavioral approach with EBD children. 2) Include the procedures used in the approach. 3) Discuss each component and how they interrelate: (a) Emotions (b) Thoughts (c) Behaviors 4) Discuss the
Discuss several possible traditional and nontraditional assessment instruments, including the strengths and weaknesses of each and the impact of the instrument on the selected sample population.
From an educator or facilitators point of view, give me some insight on providing information, support, and feedback to other facilitators or educators?
The text discusses the true-life story of Jeffrey Wigand, whose "whistle-blowing" on the tobacco companies was portrayed in the film The Insider. If you were in a situation where your employer was acting unethically, would you report him? Outline some of the elements to consider in making this decision. What factors would be
1) According to the Bransford, Brown & Cocking reading, how can previous knowledge support or hinder the understanding of new learning and what implications should be considered for the design of instruction that fosters student learning and transfer? 2) How can you promote the transfer of learning within your own classroom