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B.F. Skinner's Behavioral Theory

I need assistance writing a narrative on stability, contrallability, self-image, success in academic tasks, and applicability of behavioral theory to adult education in relationship to B.F. Skinner's Behvorial Theory. Provide sources.

specific instructional problems

Please provide some ideas/suggestions for a ECE final project. In this project I must come up with a project that illustrates a specifice instructional problem that needs to be remedied and is related to early childhood education. In this project I am to describbe the physical learning setting, resource availability and the p

Building a learning community

Please help answer the following question. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. Why is "inquiry to learning" an essential component of the professional learning community and how does it impact the role of an educator-researcher?

Assistance with preparing narrative

Please assist with finding sources preparing a narrative for the outline below describing how Jean Piaget's behaviorism theory and B.F. Skinner's cognitive theory impact an adult education program. Provide at least 100 words in the solution. D. Stability E. Controllability F. Self-image G. Success in academic tasks H.

Technology Review

Technology Review 1) Create a list of five educational web sites, online educational games, or other examples of educational technology. 2) Provide a brief description of each of the technologies. Your review MIGHT consider the following criteria: a) Usefulness in the classroom (either from a teacher or a student sta

Cultural identities and relationship building

Discuss the importance of considering the cultural identitie and experiences of clients who are Native American or African American, in assessment, diagnosis, and relationship building. Describe how you might facilitate relationship building with a Native American or African American client who has come to yoou to discuss a sit

adult learner and memory capability and skills

Here are descriptions of some memory techniques. Learning for understanding Concepts that are foundational to the study of academic subjects, like evolution or democracy, are complex and cannot be memorized. Students need a lot of experience with information about these concepts in order to understand them. An instructor

The Case of Amber (school counseling)

Amber 35-year old woman who immigrated to this country several years ago from Nigeria. She recently graduated from a prestigious law school and legally changed her name to Amber. She was hired by an affluent law practice. Although Amber is involved with her local Nigerian Community. She has recently discarded her cultural ward

What is a teacher work sample?

What is the purpose of the Teacher Work Sample? What are the major elements that should be included? How will you implement/use it in the classroom?

Teaching English to second language learners

Please help answer the following questions regarding learning and teaching. Provide at least 300 words. Do you have any anxieties about teaching non-English speaking students? Have you thought about any strategies that you will implement or already do implement if you are already teaching for non-English speaking students i

Classroom norms in math

Please read the attached article and answer the below: Q: Explain how the â??classroom normsâ? in mathematics are related to the teachersâ?? role, studentsâ?? role, math tasks, mathematical tools, studentsâ?? reasoning about early number concepts and addition and subtraction concepts, and development of studentsâ?? ma


Q1: Define Information Security, list the four types of security that contribute to Information Security, and provide an example of each. Do you have any personal experience with any of the four types of security? Which, if any, are the most important in your opinion? Q2: Describe cyber-victimization and why it is grow

Parent and community involvement

What would be a good activity that would address these proficiencies: 1. Provides frequent information to families about student learning and achievement. 2. Engages parents and families in the educational process. 3. Participates in professional organizations. 4. Volunteers to contribute to school and community projects.

Sniffing and spoofing, hackers and prevention

Q1: What does the term Sniffing in the context of network security mean? How does sniffing differ from spoofing? Is one more dangerous than the other? Explain your answer. Q2: What is a Hacker? List at least three classic motivators of a hacker? Define three of the historical hacking techniques. What steps may be ta

Promethean as an Assessment Tool

Identify a commercially produced assessment tool used in an educational setting. needs to be able to be used in at least three educational settings to obtain data on student achievement or improve instruction Need some help on what references to use.

Discuss: Wiretapping or Eavesdropping

Discuss: What conditions do you think warrant wiretapping of, or eavesdropping on, personnel communications? What are your ethical concerns with either of these techniques? How might they affect personnel investigations?

problem solving

How does problem solving promote students' eagerness and interest in learning mathematics?

Is Globalization Americanization?

How and when do cultural items become "glocal?" Examples include at least one U.S.-based fast food chain, a film or television show, and a musical example.

Establishing a relationship with parents

What do you do if the parents don't come to the "Meet the Teacher Night" or if they don't fill out any of the information sheets that were sent home? As a child gets older, parents become less and less involved in the child's educational process. How can this trend be reversed, so parents continued to be involved in helping