Summarize and critique this podcast - an interview with Connie Mazza. Also note further questions that you might ask Connie as a teacher yourself.
Discuss two articles about a critical issue in Secondary Education, Business Education
How are oral language competencies related to acquisition literacy? Give examples to support your answer
Please assist me in answering the following questions: 1. What is the role of phonics, high-frequency words, syllabic analysis, and fluency in a reading program? 2. What are the best techniques, activities, and materials for teaching and reinforcing phonics, high-frequency words, syllabic analysis, and fluency? 3. How m
Â?¢ Compare and contrast at least three models and discipline plans, and their implications on communication. Include: o Name of Model o Model Description o Theorist o How does this model function in the classroom? The three models that I chose are Dr. Harry Wongâ??s The Effective Teacher , Thomas Gordon Model of Cla
Michelle Rhee, Chancellor of the Washington, D.C., school district, has turned that school district upside down, including the release of 270 tenured teachers from their positions. Use the GCU eLibrary databases to research the changes she has made regarding teacher employment, evaluation, tenure, and dismissal. ii) Write an
Based on the attached scenario I need help answering following questions. The attachement shows the 1st grade scenario that I chose. The plan is basically the classroom, the students and the setup it is given. The questions are based on the scenario which is the 1st grade scenario. o Identify the planâ??s grade level. o
How can you incorporate multiple intelligences in a pre-school classroom? What influences do the theorites on mulitple intelligences have on differentiated instruction? What are some wasy to assess student's knowledge, interests, and background in the pre-school setting?
What are the models, procedures , effectiveness, and limitations of the cognitive behavioral approach with children with EBD.
Student with EBD: does collaboration contribute to his/her success or failure? Is it a valid educational strategy?
How does collaboration contribute to the success and failure of the student with EBD? This posting takes a look at whether or not a teacher should use collaborative lessons in the classroom to provide opportunities for success for the EBD student. Questions that might result from considering this kind of lesson are as follows
Problem Statement The problem is that some teachers in inclusive regular education classrooms are failing to evaluate the efficacy of their lesson plansâ?? differentiated instruction (DI) of content, process, and product to meet their special populations groupsâ?? diverse learning needs appropriately; therefore, they are no
I need to develop a thesis statement based on any evidence you gathered. Your personal opinion matters here but go farther by testing your opinions against evidence. In the introduction, talk about what topic that was chosen, the thesis and briefly mention how you intend to support the thesis. The background, what are some
Think about the following questions: What is your role as a teacher? Direct instruction, facilitator? How can you be sure that students are ready to learn? What is your studentâ??s role? Will they be self-directed learners? What are some tips for students with regard to learning online? -What do teachers have to know di
Explain the importance of group work for English language learners in terms of language development and content learning and social development. What are advantages and disadvantages of collaborative groups?
ELL student case: Do you feel testing for a specific learning disability is the appropriate next step?
Bianca is an eight year old who was orphaned by a devastating tsunami in Indonesia at the age of five. Bianca was recently adopted by an English speaking family in Indiana and enrolled in third grade at James Madison Elementary. Her native language is Bahasa Indonesia and her adopted family only speaks limited phrases of this la
4 corners: Using the model, how could it be used to summarize the experience to pre-assess student learning?
Please assist me in developing this concept using the 4 corner model. Discovery learning- the child discovers important concepts about a topic such as volume by comparing amount of a liquid in a tall, narrow cylinder versus a short wide one. In the 4 corner reference asks, the following: I think it is...I think it is impor
What are the laws and legislation of bilingual education?
Should the tenure system for teachers be maintained? Why or why not?
It is an educator's responsibility to provide guidance regarding students' moral standards and character while protecting their freedom of expression.
Write a reflection journal that addresses the following questions: (1) If you were an administrator, how would you explain to your teachers the balance between the influence of their moral standards and character and their freedom of expression as individuals? (2) Where does the line fall? (3) What situations can you th
Why is classification of EBD disorders important? In schools, what are the benefits and the disadvantages of students having a classification of EBD?
1. In many classrooms written expression is a common method used to assess subject matter knowledge. For an English Language Learner, written expression is often problematic and alternative methods such as speaking into a tape recorder, speaking to the teacher, or perhaps expressing their information in a pictorial form are exam
Objective Test instructions to enable a teacher in any curriculum to produce a valid cross-section of questions, in diverse formats, to ascertain what a student knows and/or understands from materials covered prior to the test.
Can some help me create an objective test for a business class: The test must incorporate any type of questions: multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and/or matching test items, and at least one essay. I am needing to administer this test to a class and write up an observation of how they reacted to the material. I
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING IN DETAIL: 1. Consider some of the rubrics you have seen throughout the years of teaching. Which ones (or elements of each) do you find effective and not effective? Why? 2. Come up with a question for each level of Bloomâ??s taxonomy on a VERY SPECIFIC topic within a business content ar
1. Discuss some of the reasons for the over-representation of African American males in prison. How do you think this trend can be reversed? 2. Discuss the issues related to the problems facing Native American youth who leave the reservation. In contrast, discuss the problems of Native Americans who choose not to leave the
How is digital literacy related to online learning? How are they connected? What viewpoints are there about the utilization of both in education?
Describe the type of classroom suggested by a behaviorist classroom and a innatist classroom and a interactionist classroom. talk about teachers roles in each, how errors are handled, and grouping patterns for example, whole, group and individual learning
To what extent should children with Emotional Behavioral Disorder be held accountable for their conduct? Why do biological factors have such great appeal as explanations of deviant behavior?
Discuss historical and political perspectives of bilingualism as a world phenomenon today.
PODCAST 3 -- INTERVIEW W/ RACHEL AND JOE I have attached a podcast interview that I have found from the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute. Can some help me provide a brief summary of the podcast. Then please tell me what your ideas, as a teacher, of a critique are based on what you have heard.
Article Summary -- Cooperative Learning: Conduct an Internet or Library search for one article on the use of cooperative learning. Please list the article or website in APA format and include a brief summary or outline of the article.