Most people see the explosions, bodies, and training camps on the nightly news, and they think, "wow, that's terrible." or "Why would these terrorists want their training footage out to the public?" The simple answer, recruitment. Think of it this way, the Blue Angels are used by the U.S. Navy as a recruitment tool and a mean
An analysis of the benefits and concerns associated with teaching a student at his or her instructional reading level versus their independent or frustration level.
What are the arguments for teaching students at their instructional reading level, versus their independent or frustration level?
According to the attached document regarding school improvement, what are four essential goals that should be undertaken when attempting to improve the overall health and functioning of a school?
Q1. What are three purposes and objectives of domestic and international terrorism? Q.2 Why does the United States government have difficulty agreeing to a single definition of terrorism?
Please help with the following problem. Discuss the importance of implementing effective questioning to assess student progress. What methods and styles would you implement to afford all types of learners the opportunity to meet expectations and achieve goals?
Please help with the following problem. Discuss the importance of Action Research to teachers teaching children with special education needs. Mention some of the weaknesses of (limitations) of action research.
Could you please help me with an assignment by discussing the following elements of a Curriculum: 1. Objectives 2. Content 3. methods 4. Evaluation
Create a differentiated After-Reading lesson connected to "Hard Love" by Ellen Wittlinger. Include connections to state or national standards.
The following is a Standard in Pennsylvania for grade 9 in Family and Consumer Science: "Analyze how public, non-public, and for-profit service providers serve the family." 1. Identify "enduring understandings" that are important to this standard. 2. Identify which facets of understanding will help you determine if your st
What ways can grading procedures take into account learning and cultural differences?
Analyze and interpret a case study of a second grade male student focusing on the needs and strengths in reading language arts. Include interpretations of reading achievement scores, attitude data, and reading preferences.
Take a look at this school's site: at http://www.atsu.edu/student_affairs/kirksville/tcc/index.htm Now include the school's osteopathic Principles and the importance of addressing mind, body, and spirit-then draft a fundraising appeal letter for the school. Outcome: Recognize the major components of a comprehensive devel
We believe that all students can learn, but the extent of their learning is determined by their innate ability or aptitude. This aptitude is relatively fixed, and as teachers we have little influence over the extent of student learning. It is our job to create multiple programs or tracks that address the different abilities of
Focus on your knowledge concerning the delivery of instructional objectives regarding student assessment and learning outcome. Discuss the importance of implementing both validity and reliability in assessing student growth and achievement! What is a valid assessment? What is a reliable score?
Bring to mind the arguments presented for and against bilingual education in schools. Which ideas resonate with you the most? Which stance do you find most compelling? Why? If challenged to select and then defend your position on bilingual education, what might you say?
Please analyze these letters' pros and cons: Appeal Letter 1: Dear Friend: Thank you for supporting Midwestern State University in the past. Your gifts have meant so much to the University. I am writing to you today to tell you that we need your support more today than we ever have. We recently learned that the state
Please help answer the following question. Provide at least 500 words. How can teachers use high-stakes testing to improve instruction?
What is the nature of the interaction between curriculum, instruction and assessment? Make the critical connections between curriculum, assessment, and teaching.
Your school district wants to apply for an Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) grant. These grants are funded by the No Child Left Behind Act, but application and awards are managed and distributed by the individual states. The primary goal of EETT is â??to improve student achievement through the use of technology
Observe a social studies lesson for elementary school children. Write a summary of the observation experience. Include the following in your paper: â?¢ Background information, including school name, grade level, teacher, and lesson topic â?¢ Types and uses of resources, including community resources â?¢ Classroom m
In the Speech Emergence Stage, students tend to develop a vocabulary of about 3,000 words and can communicate with simple phrases and sentences. They will ask simple questions that may or may not be grammatically correct, such as May I go to bathroom? ELLs will also initiate short conversations with classmates. They will underst
What is the importance concerning the relationship of implementing clear definitive instructional delivery to that of student learning outcome to afford students the best opportunity to attain goals and achieve expectations.
Discuss Differentiated instructional methods to implement in the classroom to showcase student learning targets in elementary school. The discussion reiterates how students can meet and understand criteria regarding NY State examination standards.
Select an educational setting with which you are familiar and have some knowledge of the stakeholders. Select and describe a curriculum theory that might help explain how all stakeholders within that setting make decisions. Decide if the same stakeholders might make better decisions if they were more aware of the curriculum
When looking at the professional standards for teachers and administrators in California, to what extent do these standards influence education?
Describe the teacher and/or professional standards in your setting (California).
What role does schema play play in the reading process and what are the three affective aspects of the reading process?
What are the top 10 needs of today's diverse students in the 1st grade classroom, the 8th grade classroom, and the 12th grade classroom? Are these needs being addressed? Explain.
1. Who is qualified to act as a SAP? 2. Suppose the SAP fails to make the required recommendation for education and or treatment of an employee who has violated a DOT agency drug or alcohol testing rule and simply sends the employee back to the employer for a return-to duty (RTD) test. What is the employer to do?
Can you tell me the importance of the 4 major components of assessment: 1)purpose, 2)measurement, 3)evaluation and 4)usage. and How are these components essential to the overall assessment of students regarding achievement and success?