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advantages and disadvantages of databases compared to other search methods

a. Describe what you consider to be the advantages and disadvantages of a computer search of ERIC and other databases, as compared to other search methods? b. Based on what you discovered in the CIJE (Current Index to Journals in Education) article abstracts, why is it often necessary to locate and read the original articles or

Modeling Positive Attitude Toward Reading and Writing

Promote the value of reading and writing in and out of school by modeling positive attitude toward reading and writing with students, colleagues, administrators, and parents and guardians. Candidates can demonstrate evidence of this disposition through the reading interest inventory.

Teaching Core Subjects

What types of techniques are useful for teaching the reading of English, Social Studies, Science, and Math selections?

How counselor and client values affect counseling.

Explain how your values might influence your work with clients who have values different from your own. Explain how you would use silence or self-disclosure to maintain a therapeutic alliance with a client who holds values different from your own.

Modification of Each Website to Address Types of Diversity

1. How does the website attend to diversity? Be sure to address each type of diversity separately. a. How does each attend to cultural diversity? b. How does each attend to intellectual diversity? 2. Give one suggestion of how each site could improve with respect to diverse populations. Please view attached Project

Companies with Good and Bad Service

1.: Using online research sources such as Google, research the customer relations/customer service reputations of two (2 - no more, no less) companies of your choice. 2. Supporting Research: Choose one company with an excellent customer service reputation, and one with a poor (or less than perfect) customer service reputatio

The concepts of risk and mitigation are discussed.

DQ1: What are the different types of risks? What are the concepts of risk and mitigation as they apply to threat and risk management of an organization? How are the various techniques for eliminating, reducing, and mitigating each of the risk types implemented through an organizational security plan? Explain. reference DQ2:

Synchronous online environment

Regardless of how synchronous an online learning environment is, it cannot totally recreate a face-to-face environment. However, the inability to recreate a traditional classroom environment is not necessarily always a bad thing. The traditional classroom offers distractions that are out of the control of the individual. Thin

Brief summary of interactive smartboards

Electronic Whiteboards (SMARTboards) Instructors can use it for an assessment tool by creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint or similar programs to test students. Smart boards are excellent collaboration tools. Any information created on the smart board such as handwritten notes by the professor during a lecture can be s

SmartBoard Question

Please help answer the following question. When using a Smartboard for adult education, can someone explain what I could use for an assessment tool, collaboration tool, and how this type of technology provides instructional value?

Reader Response activities

In elementary schools what are the ways students can express their responses to literature, and what is the importance of choosing culturally diverse literature materials for students?

Importance of Collaborative Learning

Please help answer the following question. Please provide at least 200 words and include references. Why is it important for students to learn to work collaboratively such as in learning teams?

Confidentiality of minors

Please help answer the following questions: A 12-year-old student comes to the school counselor and confesses that he is worried about his best friend who gets drunk every weekend and his parents know but do not care. Would this constitute a crisis? Why or why not? Discuss the issues of confidentiality which pertain to this

Hazards

Q1. What are the two major differences between traditional hazards and the new hazards associated with terrorism? reference Q2. Who is ultimately in charge at the scene of a terrorist incident? reference Q3. Do you think that the dependence of New Orleans on the federal government during Katrina was justified? Money was pr

Piaget's Theory of Learning

Please provide an outline on Piaget's Theory of Learning. Also include a reference. Explain Piaget's Theory of Learning and give three details about it along with three examples in which the theory/theorist correlates with your own personal style regarding Early Childhood Education.

Co-Leadership

Discuss, in the third person, why you feel it is ethically beneficial to have a co-leader in a group. As a co-leader, how would you best utilize your co-leader to deal with a client that has become upset or a client that is unwilling to open up? What personality traits would you most look for in the section of a co-leader? Suppo

Early Childhood Programs/ Federally Regulated Programs

With Maria Montessori program which you believe best serves the interests of children and their families. Describe the features from that program you would likely incorporate in your own classroom. Be sure to cite specific examples from the reading to substantiate your post. What are the Head Start performance standards? Why

The Assessment of Students by Grading and Marking

Focus your discussion on the importance of proper usage regarding the affects of grading and marking to assess students. Discuss the different ways in which grading is implemented to promote success illustrating student achievement.

Confidentiality and Informed Consent Overview

Imagine that you are a counselor who will be meeting with a wife, husband, and their children (ages 17, 13 and 9) for an initial counseling session. This is the first time anyone in this family has been in counseling, and during your initial phone call with the wife it was apparent that neither she nor her husband fully understo

How You Can Make a Positive Difference in the Classroom

How will you make a difference in education? If you are going to be a teacher, or are trying to reinvent yourself as an educator, where do you begin when realistically considering what you are able to do to best serve your students? It becomes a much larger concern as you ask yourself who is involved in the education of a studen

Parent, Family, and Community Involvement

Give examples how a teacher/school can encourage: Parenting Knowledge and Skills, Communication Between the Home and School, Volunteering at the School and in the Community, Supporting Student Learning at Home Involvement in Decision Making and Advocacy, Collaboration with the Community

Counseling Case Study

You have been asked to provide a presentation on physical abuse of children within the family unit to school counselors who work in a large local school district that has a high percentage of Hispanic students. Teachers in the district are becoming increasingly concerned about incidents children are reporting that deal with disc

Web Work

This Web Trip brings you to the website of MarketResearch.com, a directory of research reports available for purchase. Go to http://www.marketresearch.com and review the list of market research reports. 1) Imagine that you are the product manager for a new baby product that you are proposing being sold in global product.