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Literacy needs and spelling program

In your primary classroom, you have 15 children at all different stages of literacy development. What would you do to meet their needs? Describe what you would implement for a spelling program. What types of activities would you include in your program?

Fingerprint T- chart

â?¢ Research the fingerprint process in your state. â?¢ Identify what specific offenses would preclude teacher candidates from receiving fingerprint clearance. â?¢ Describe different tiers or classes for fingerprint approval based on prior convictions that might exist in your state. â?¢ Summarize the appeal process

Ways to develop questioning strategies among students

Here are specific ways you can develop questioning strategies among your students. Additionally, there is a brief discussion about the kind of classroom that would be most amenable to assisting students with questioning and self questioning. Finally, question strategies for reading are also explored.

Teaching Math

1. Provide new insights on the learner influences such as gender considerations, students with special needs, and English language learners on mathematics education. 2. What do you think of the current recommendations related to technology, for example, encouraging the use of calculators and other forms of technology and allo

physical evidence and the chain of custody in a case

DQ 1- What is the importance of physical evidence and the chain of custody in a case? Provide examples of when the handling of physical evidence can determine the success or failure of a case. DQ 2- How do television dramas differ from real-life crime scene investigations? What do you think is the most misleading difference b

Learning and Teaching: Children with Disabilities

1. What does the term "disability" mean to you? 2. A person says inclusion is the best way for all children to learn. Discuss why that might or might not be true. 3. Check out this website http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/learn.php. Discuss insights on UDL from the website.

First Grade Objectives for Math

1. Identify essential aspects first graders can learn basic number concepts and addition and subtraction of sums less than 20. What would be important mathematical learning goals and why? 2. Describe the main types of instructional activities that could be used to support the students learning of basic number concepts and ad

Compare and Contrast

Compare and contrast the five information processing theories of development. The theories are Neo-Piagetian, Phychometric, Production System, Connectionist and Cognitive Evolution Theories.

Curriculum trends

What are current curriculum trends. What curricular changes will we see in the next 10 years and why? What will be the content of curriculum in the next 10 years? What and who will influence content? Who will be involved in its development and design? What part will teachers play in curriculum development in the next 10 years?

IEP planning for students with disabilities.

Describe how the IEP planning team can be proactive in addressing issues of self-concept, behavior, and socialization for a student with physical disabilities, other health impairments, and severe sensory disorders.

The Seven Step Preanalytical Process

Based on the Seven Step Preanalytical Process, which of these steps do you see as a challenge to analyzing your data for your research project? Be specific as to which step answer why. The seven steps can be found in the chapter attached. Cite sources

Media depictions of crime in the United States

Q1-How do media depictions of crime in the United States influence public opinion of high-profile cases? Explain your philosophy regarding media freedoms, and provide support by citing specific cases within the last 10 years. Q2- What effect have the events of September 11 had on the role of private security in the United Sta

Cultural diversity

Suppose that your selected organization's culture has changed from a homogeneous population of students or employees to a very diverse population. At the same time, your teachers or trainers have remained the same. Recently, there has been a growing number of reports of potentially discriminatory treatment. Prepare a plan for in

Creative Book Response and Reflection

Creative Book Response and Reflection Due on day 7 (Monday) by 11:59 pm Mountain Time Read a children's book and prepare a creative response to the book; see examples in Ch. 4 of Children's Literature. Your response can be used by teachers or students; Include grade level or targeted audience, as well a

Hildegard Peplau

Apply Model into the clinical setting(explain a unit and benefits of theory use.

Nursing leadership traits

One very important leadership competency is to retain employees. How does your organization accomplish this?

Myths of cultural differences

Can you please give me 3 or 4 ways that as a preschool teacher I can teach young learners about diversity, and what strategies can be used to dispel the myths of cultural differences?

Surveillance and undercover work

Q1-What is the purpose of an investigation, and why is the process important? Provide examples of what might happen when the process is not followed. Q2-In what ways will surveillance and undercover work become more demanding in the future? How do these difficulties add to ethical dilemmas for investigators? Which aspect

IEP and curriculum choices

Discuss how a studentâ??s strengths and needs as defined in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) might have an impact on curriculum choices and instructional practice.

RERUN Strategies for Problem Solving

Chapter 6 discusses one procedure for problem solving called the RERUN process. Invent a scenario in which the RERUN method could be used to support the needs of children and parents. Include all five components of the RERUN process as listed in your text.

IEP analysis

Read the description of a student below and answer the questions: Ming is a 6 year old 1st grade elementary school student. She takes ESL classes and she's from China. She reads a 2.56 grade equivalent which shows that she reads above her level. She scored 31 on the CBM in writing and 100% in math. She recognizes all letters

Possibility of Preventing Terrorism

1. How do you logically think the DHS can prevent airplanes from flying into buildings located anywhere within our vast continental united states? 2. What do you think will be the next major domestic terrorism critical incident in our nation, and how can we PROACTIVELY prevent its occurrence?

Long lasting benefits of preschool

Please explain 3 long tem benefits of quality preschool. Explain how one of these benefits can specifically be supported by a preschool setting.

Discussion and analysis of a banned children's literature book.

Censored Book Reflection · Due on day 7 (Monday) by 11:59 pm Mountain Time · Research the American Library Association Web site (http://www.ala.org/) or the International Reading Association Web site (http://www.reading.org/General/Default.aspx) to find children's books that have been censored. · Ch

Emergency responses to disasters.

1. Do you think emergency responses to nature critical incidents should be handled different than emergency responses to terrorist oriented responses? 2. What is all hazards management?

Ethical considerations in teaching

â?¢ Briefly examine what you consider to be the primary ethical considerations for teachers in a Kâ?"8 educational setting. â?¢ Incorporate your research on existing policies.

Late Adulthood Myths and Stereotypes

Identify three myths or stereotypes that you have heard that relate to what is supposed to happen to attention, memory, or perception in the older or elderly adult. An understanding of stereotyped thinking about aging allows comparison with scientific information regarding the same areas of behavior, performance, or thought. Des