What does the term, job-embedded learning, mean to you? What experiences have you had in designing job-embedded learning? How does this concept relate to differentiated instructional strategies on peer coaching?
It is thought that differentiated instruction is an integral part of defining the school culture. How does differentiated instruction reflect the attitudes and values of a school building? Of a classroom? Describe the impact of culture in implementing change. Also try to cite specific examples from your experiences where sch
How can a classroom teacher provide positive behavior support to his/her students if the school has not adopted this philosophy? What are some problems or road blocks with this and what are some potential resources?
Please help to me to understand the following theories with a brief explanation/ summary of the following theories as to why schools fail: > Deficit theories-genetic or cultural inferiority as the cause of academic failure > Economic and social reproduction-the argument that schools reproduce the economic and social relati
Summarize each of Krashen's second language acquisition theories (Acquisition vs. Learning Theory, Input Hypothesis, Affective Filter) and state at least one classroom implication for each theory.
Please assist me in exploring and discussing the interesting topic of Multicultural Literature in Early Childhood Education. I also need help addressing why this topic is of interest and value and how I, as an instructor for early childcare providers/teachers, can use this research topic?
What is the difference between cultural identity and ethnic identity? How does understanding both of these assist a teacher?
Provide some help in articulating how historical researchers use primary and secondary data in accomplishing their tasks. Please also clearly define the task of the historical researcher. Outcome: Identify when to use historical and descriptive research. Learning Objective: Describe the task of the historical researc
Research the fingerprint process in your state. This may actually be a state statute. The Human Resource Department of your local school district or local Police Department can also help you with this. Identify the following: Ã?Ë? Offenses that would preclude a teacher candidate from receiving fingerprint clearance
Describe how the responsibilities of an educator in various higher education settings may differ.
How can people support neighborhood schools? Is there a way that teachers can integrate it into their classroom?
Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences and Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction and relate their works to differentiated instruction. Explain how these models are complementary and can be used as tools for building a differentiated classroom
1. How can teachers organize classrooms to recognize the needs of culturally diverse learners? 2. Describe in detail two culturally responsive teaching strategies. 3. What are two purposes of, and two approaches to, multicultural education?
What goals within the education field will be most important for the future of education?
What is the best method of information dissemination to use when providing information to parents about their children's success and possible failures?
As a teacher can you tell me why you use rubrics for assessment in your teaching? Do you consider the type of assessment that you use to be self-assessment, student assessment, parent assessment, etc.? How do you evaluate your classroom management? How do you assess aspects of your discipline/behavior plan? Who c
As a teacher, what is your classroom management implementation plan like, how do you present your classroom rules, routines, and procedures logically introduced and conveyed to students in a consistent manner throughout the school year.
Why should teachers differentiate instruction? In what ways might teachers differentiate and assess student learning? what is the role of the teacher in differentiation and assessment? Critics may say that differentiation lowers standards and student expectations. How would you respond to this criticism?
How do you think a child's self-concept is shaped through physical education activities?
Describe two teachers you had, one who had a positive influence and one who had a negative influence. What were their behaviors? How did they affect your learning?
What questions may teachers ask regarding a student's health and wellness?
Can someone help me create a philosophical statement detailing beliefs about classroom management, student behavior, and learning. You should include a description of what you believe determines or makes good classroom management. You should have a brief introductory statement; then, list your beliefs in bullet form: â?¢ Th
What are some interventions to improve social skills of individuals with learning disabilities? How do they improve social skills?
What are the ethical issues involved in sharing information with parents about their children with mental retardation.
What are some possible student health and safety issues? What is the teacher's role in identifying and assessing these issues?
How does the use of Healthy People 2010, state frameworks, and educational codes promote a comprehensive school health system?
Maternal smoking during pregnancy has been implicated in various problems with infant health. Based on what you learn, develop a research question on the health of babies born to smoking versus non-smoking mothers and devise a testable hypothesis related to this health issue. List as many problems as you can identify and antic
Besides graded assignments, how do you know that your students are learning?
Please explain the difference between action research and other forms of research? What or when would be an appropriate use of action research, please provide an example of when it would be appropriate to use action research .
What strategies can you provide for parents to reinforce the social and living skills that students are learning at school?