DQ 1: What roles do non-state actors play in international relations? DQ 2: What is power transition theory?
Our assignment is to compare the skills needed by a lecturer and the skills needed by a learning coach.
How can standards improve instruction in the educational setting?
Discuss how the term "Learning Organization" is defined and established, and how learning organizations might be created and sustained. We know that adult education and training can take place in both formal and informal settings. What are some of the variables between them you might?
Observe a physical education or health education lesson for levels K-8 that is at least 30 minutes long. If you are observing a physical education lesson, it must be taught by a physical education specialist. Interview the teacher after the lesson using the questions included on the Observation Interview Questionnaire. ( the
What are the pros and cons of the NCLB five principles? Strong accountability Expanded flexibility and control Methods based on scientific research Expanded options for parents Highly qualified teachers How does it affect diverse learners?
What are some " best practices" that you believe the field of health education utilizes with regard to educational technology? and which one/s would you encourage, or recommend? and why? and How would you go about implementing the technology/devices you would recommend? (how is it/would it be used in the field)? Also inclu
Suppose you are a school counselor at an elementary school. Jennifer is an eight-year-old girl, who is often absent. When her teacher her asks her why, she states that her mother has been very ill and she is helping to take care of her. The teacher asks you to talk to Jennifer, to find out more about her living situation. As the
Please read the attached file from Teaching the Digital Generation and answer the questions: 1. How is instruction in our schools geared to the minds of today's Information Age students? 2. How are you using Information Age resources for learning in your classrooms?
Nina, a second- generation Latina student in the high school, has been referred to you, the school counselor, because she has been sleeping in class for the past two weeks. You know Nina, but have not met with her individually for counseling until now. During your initial meeting with Nina, she tells you that she is just tired b
This course can be informally divided into two parts: NTeQ lesson design, and Spreadsheets/Databases. Choose one of the two components that would be the most useful in your classroom and school, and explain how you might use it effectively. You do not need to use URLs to support your answer, but please ensure that it is highl
This help is for someone who is fluent in a second language so, using appropriate SEI terminology in your answers, I need you to answer the following questions. 1. What styles of learning (auditory, visual, kinesthetic, etc) were you most accustomed to when you first began learning your second language? How do you think knowled
Indicate barriers to using technological instructional methods in an asynchronous learning environment.
Could you please help me with an assignment by answering the following questions?: What is the difference between a Preliminary Investigation and a Follow-up Investigation? What is the importance of both?
Q1. You are a Director of Public Safety of an Elementary School; design an emergency plan in the event of a fire, natural disaster, and bomb threat. Q2. What is the difference between a Preliminary Investigation and a Follow-up Investigation? What is the importance of both Q3. What is the primary purpose of background inve
If you are not currently a teacher, respond to this scenario: You have been hired as a middle school counselor, and one of the job responsibilities is providing classroom guidance at least twice per week. You have never worked with an entire classroom of students. Your experience is in working with students individually, or in
How does the NTeQ Model incorporate the five elements of effective instruction? The five components are: the teacher, the student, the computer, the lesson, and the classroom environment.
What are some of the challenges of creating an effective elementary physical fitness program? How might you overcome these challenges?
What critical similarities or differences did you identify among the perspectives? What effect might knowledge of curriculum theory have on educators? Details: In this assignment you will select and research one of the major approaches to curriculum. Try to select the approach that matches your area of expertise or i
FactMonster (http://www.factmonster.com/) is a Geography/Atlas type website. Demonstrate a particular facet of the website as it relates to the Geography Standard and themes. While this has a bit of â??Show-n-Tellâ?? involved, make sure to have a clear link in the demonstration to geography standards/themes/cornerstones/stran
Topic: â??If we cannot be certain that global warming and upper-level ozone depletion are caused by industrial activity rather than being natural fluctuation or cycles, should we take action or simply wait and see what happens?â? From a neutral position on the topic, provide some "Courses of Actions" and the "Pros and Con
As a school counselor student advocate, I would at times advocate for students and find students fearful about my advocacy. On one occasion, an African- American male student requested a schedule change that would have removed him from an honors- level class, placing him in an average- level class. After reviewing the student's
Problem: Please help develop a scenario where my academic institution is facing financial distress? Using actual current events or a fictitious crisis, I also have to explain the circumstances and then outline an action plan where/how I would implement principles of retrenchment in order to restore equilibrium. Outcome: D
1. What is the primary purpose of background investigations? How might protection officers be involved with background investigations? How do background investigations improve an organization's security? Explain. 2. What is access control? How does it fit in with an overall security plan? Who is responsible for planning and i
What happens in the brain when the emotional and social systems are engaged How can a classroom teacher use brain based strategies demand ideas to increase learning in the classroom What is the value of happiness in the leader's work within the school and school system.
What do you know about scaffolding? How would you incorporate scaffolding into instruction?
1. Do security personnel and law enforcement personnel have similar or different responsibilities at large events? How must security and law enforcement personnel interact? How can both types of personnel accomplish the security objectives for a large event? 2. Large public events require access controls to maintain order
1. What skill did you learn during the Grant proposal process that will be useful to you in the future? How and why? 2. What aspect of the Grant proposal process did you find most difficult? Why?
When do you select the use of a spreadsheet application versus a database application? Justify the selection.
You are an HR practitioner in a medium-sized company. One of your employees has demonstrated mediocre performance and a recurring attendance problem relating to her unreliable child-care situation. Your boss has had enough and has directed you to rid the organization of this problem employee. Your boss requires a memo to seni