How can I modify a test for an ELL student so that it is a valid representation of their learning? In other words an essay test is not appropriate for them if I just give it to them as is but if I made some changes to how it is presented or they are to complete it may be a good assessment. Does the administration of the te
What is the relationship between critical thinking and ethics? (Please use at least one resource to support your writing)
How would you respond to a corporate decision to which you are ethically opposed?
Please see attached file for full problem description. 1. For each case below, choose the most appropriate statistical procedure: a. A teacher of a low-level reading group is interested in what the average score is for the group of 25 students. b. An administrator wants to find out if there is a relationship between teach
The Community Services Code of Ethics states, ¿Whatever your personal feelings about the justice and appropriateness of particular laws, all board members, staff, and volunteers are to obey all laws in the performance of their work on behalf of Community Services.¿ Why is this item necessary? What does it say about the rela
Is the U.S. prepared for acts of terror or national emergencies?
This posting identifies the most sound points relevant to teaching practices from the perspective of self-reflection, learner assessment, and literature.
This posting describes the three most important elements that teachers need to focus on in order to sustain and improve his or her ability as a critically reflective teacher.
In terms of your assessment partnership with families and colleagues, what kinds of skills would you want to develop in the team members, including yourself? What will be your plan for personal and professional development as a member of the assessment team in your teaching context?
I need input to answer these queries; References if possible Consider the following scenario. You have been asked to teach a semester long course via distance education. You will be in a classroom at your university/college with interactive sites in three additional places within a 150 mile radius. There are 15 students enrol
A kindergarten teacher is observing a student in the Brio train center. The student is overheard saying, "The red car is in front of the blue car and they are both being pushed by the green car over the mountain." What can this teacher determine about this student's knowledge from this brief observation? 250-400 words. Your
What are some strategies that a teacher can use to respond to concerns by parents, students or others who may object to inclusion and accommodation/modification of a student with Down Syndrome into the general education classroom?
These areas are covered: What can be learned from your experiences, such as teachers assistant/camp counsellor/school counsellor/community coach, working with youth and/or children? How has your background (my parents are both retired teachers) and experiences (teachers assistant/camp counsellor/school counsellor/community c
In need help in choosing and developing a topic and problem, related to academic or training and development situations
In need help in choosing and developing a topic and problem, related to academic or training and development situations, for which you want to develop a small research project. This topic must be different from those I've used or created earlier in this course. The topic must relate to human performance, such as student performa
Q1). What are some differences and similarities between transformational and transactional leadership? Give one example. Q2). What is the difference between leadership and management?
Navigate to the Death Penalty Information Center Web site at http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/, locate the Facts section, and select the Recent Legislative Activity link. Upon entering the Changes in Death Penalty Laws Around the U.S.: 2000-2005 page, select the Texas link. 1. With which current issues does your state's legisl
Objectivity is essential in assessment, yet no one is completely objective. Reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and attitudes in your interactions with young children. What do you detect that could hinder as well as aid your objectivity? Why is it important to use informal assessment methods, particularly with young children?
Brief account of what intelligence theory offers, the IQ, Nature-Nurture debate, multiple intelligences and concise comparison of Howard Gardner and Sternberg's Theories of Intelligence.
Which theories of assessment (e.g., authentic, classical, etc.) do you find the most relevant to teaching practice?
This question is posed: "What are 5 pieces of critical information for teachers to be aware of when working with students who have speech and language disorders such as dysfluency?"
As a teacher, what innovative steps would you take to improve the image of your educational and/or work setting?
This posting helps to locate articles about teaching strategies using the computer for social studies, science, and math. List at least two articles for each content area. Include a brief description and URL. Why were the articles chosen?
How can one sustain a culture of critical reflection in a course? Please provide a 250 word response using peer-reviewed journal articles. Use APA 5th edition guidelines for in-text citations and reference list. I need ideas and suggestions. Thanky you.
In a grade 3/4 class in an Aboriginal community (with little resources), a beginning teacher is confronted by an extremely active class and a gifted student who continuously challenges him as well as the other students. Could you please explain to me the widely held assumptions or beliefs might be called into question given the
These questions are brainstormed: What are the strategies, activities, and materials that are most effective for teaching health, safety, and physical education to young children along the developmental continuum?
When would you use direct instruction versus indirect instruction? Indirect instruction is demanding of the teacher, yet can be one of the most satisfying teaching strategies. What insights do you have about this statement?
How can teachers use the science curriculum to develop critical and reflective thinking skills in young children?
These questions are posed: How can teachers organize instruction and motivate young children to do research, discover, and apply knowledge?
What are the techniques and activities that are best used with young children to develop pro-social behavior?
Why are goals important in curriculum planning? What is an example of a goal that originates from content need, student need, and community need?