Describe why tracking is frequently linked with racial, ethnic, and social class differences. If tracking does not work, why is it still in place? What are alternatives to tracking?
Explain why Hemingway's "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" and Fitzgerald's "Babylon Revisited" can in some ways be considered autobiographical. How does each writer look at the concept of redemption? Explain the importance point of view has in Ellison's "A Party Down at the Square" and Welty's 'Why I Live at the P.O." How does
Using this quote: "Prejudice and discrimination then, are not just personality traits or individual psychological dysfunctions; they are also a manifestation of economic, political, and social power." Discuss the differing view of prejudice and discrimination discussion about racism and prejudice.
Please help Choose one of the following statements. List reasons why you support or disagree with the statement. Include current research and cite a minimum of two appropriate references. *All Americans should be the same. *Schools should require students to learn to speak English before they receive instruction in any
I have attached a short story about the first modern school movement, Freinet and Daniel. Please assist me in explaining how this is applicable to today's schooling, and how could this be applied in preschool or kindergarten.
Please help rewrite this according to the question How are they relevant to understanding school achievement or achievement within your work setting? What are the critiques? How do Nieto and Bode suggest incorporating these theories? answer Deficit Theory: This theory was popular in the 1960s and stated that
Help reword this statement Heather Kim has conducted research that has found that South Asian students are very successful in U.S. schools. She found that children of parents who had college degrees or higher performed best on tests. I do agree with her findings. The high schools in the district that our daughter attends are
Compare and contrast two children's developmental domains (social, cognitive, physical), one from an enriched environment and one from a deprived environment. Describe how these two children might differ in first grad
For my final project I will be writing on "Computers and communication aids in the classroom for children w/language delays. Can you assist me with a list of tools that would fall into this catagory? Also additional information such as the purpose, intended audience and cost to the program would be greatly appreciated.
Please describe the strengths and weakness of the Assistive Technology device "Boardmaker". What are benefits in the instructional setting of a pre-k classroom when used with language delays?
Please give me your thought on the principles of win-win negotiations, and give me one reference.
Discuss the importance of records management in maintaining a successful and functional office in a business environment. Subtopic 1: Discuss the legal requirements for the retention of business records. Subtopic 2: Discuss the business uses and needs for records retention, retrieval and disposal. Subtopic 3: Discuss how
Write a reflection paper (avoiding personal pronouns), describing § how you understand or make sense of the topic § the topic characteristics § applications of the topic concepts, knowledge, and skills · Include how you anticipate the effects of the topic on you as a future teacher I decided to write about decision making in
What is the role of assessment in identifying instruction design? How could assessments and technology be used in working with young children (3-5 yr olds)with special needs.
Please assist in developing 3 measurable performance objectives for instruction of a 5 yr old female with Williams syndrome. Describe why these objectives would be chosen for this particular leaning need. Additional identify teaching strategies that would be helpful in achieving these objectives. Resources to assist in further d
The ESL curriculum of the 1950s and 1960s placed little emphasis on the importance of using a student's home language and culture as a knowledge base on which to build academic success. Today, most teachers understand the benefits of additive bilingualism. What are some approaches that teachers can support additive bilin
Please help answer the following problem regarding learning and teaching. Provide at least 300 words. What relationships take place between advocates and decision makers. What standards are they held to in their profession?
What do you view as the differences between cultural identity and ethnic identity? How does an understanding of both of these assist a teacher?
Please assist submit a paper of a research plan by answering the following questions: What specific topic of multicultural education or culture are you interested in exploring? Why is this topic of interest? How do you intend to use your research in your profession?
Impact of NCLB on students with disabilities, low income and English-as-a-second-language students, with references
NCLB addresses the need for teachers to be accountable for the achievement of students including children with disabilities, low-income students and ELL. Is this a realistic goal? What changes could be made to increase its effectiveness in meeting these goals? Please provide resources that may be used to further my explan
Please help with the following problem. Being an advocate is essential in any helping profession. Although, it may seem like an easy task there is a lot of responsibility placed on a person advocating on someone else's behalf. What skills have you found are necessary to be a useful advocate? By obtaining these skills what
Please help with the following problem regarding learning and teaching. Provide at least 200 words in the solution. Is it difficult to share and apply educational research in your professional setting? Why or why not? What can you do to improve the use of educational research?
According to Swain (1993) providing children with authentic reasons to communicate and interact supports language development and language acquisition. Furthermore, authentic interaction opportunities enable students to move from receptive, semantic processing (listening to understand), to expressive, syntactic processing (forma
Please list the vocabulary words, content area, and steps to teaching the game effectively. This game should be one that is not found on any website it is a creation of your own work.
Please help me articulate this: Critique three instructional course/curriculum design models, (pay attention to behavioral, cognitive, and constructivist theories) and explain which of the three models seems most viable. Outcome: Describe the various instructional design models. Learning Objective: Critique the three
Select a site for interviewing an elementary teacher in a grade level of your choice. · Interview the teacher and ask him or her to reflect on students' development in each developmental domain: o Physical o Cognitive or intellectual o Emotional o Social · Write a paper on the
How does linguistic diversity influence classroom performance? Why is it important for teachers to reflect on cultural and linguistic diversity? Explain the difference between BICS and CALP. Why is it necessary for teachers to understand the distinction between these two types of language proficiency? Say you were to
Please choose one of these questions to respond to the story 'Eveline' by James Joyce. - What is your perception of Eveline's father? Do you have sympathy for him at all or do you feel he treats his daughter poorly? - Why is Eveline so conflicted about leaving her family? - What is your interpretation of the ending of t
According to Koelsch, Estrin, and Farr (1995) "an important principle of assessment equity states that a more valid picture of what a student has learned and can do is likely to emerge when multiple sources of information are used." English learners do not always have the schema, vocabulary, and cultural connections necessary to
Please help with the following problem regarding learning and teaching. Provide at least 200 words in the solution. With NCLB is "teaching to the test" in pre-school justified? Why or why not. How should the teacher separate test preparation versus cheating?