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Learning outcomes are defined.

The solution defines the likely learners within that setting. I can select an actual or hypothetical setting, situation, and learner population, but the analysis must include demographic data that actually correlate with your learner population. For the entire project, use the ADDIE model. The "Guide to a Systematic Instructiona

The Education Research Process is emphasized.

This posting summarizes "Understanding the Parent Education Needs of Incarcerated Fathers" from http://eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2/content_storage_01/0000000b/80/26/2b/f6.pdf and answers the following questions. Pls. answer all 14 questions! 1. What is the focus/topic of the article? 2. Why does the author feel that

School Finance is the focal point.

This posting questions at what level of state participation do school districts become concerned about the issue of loss of local control in regards to the ratio of local/state/federal revenue? It also illustrates arguments for and against the forced consolidation of small school districts from a financial perspective.

Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses

1. Describe qualitative analysis. What is it? How would you go about selecting a sample audience for a qualitative analysis project? What are the kinds of outcomes from qualitative analysis approaches? Provide two brief examples of qualitative analysis. 2. Describe quantitative analysis. What is it? How would you go about sel

Educational Research

Please see attached file - Kramarae, C. (2001). The third shift: Women learning online. Washington, D.C.: American Association of University Women Educational Foundation. (ED461348). Provide a comprehensive overview of this educational research journal article (Attached file). Use the following criteria/questions to evaluate

School finance

What factors should be considered important and included in developing a formula to distribute state resources to public schools and why? (i.e. poverty, diversity, transportation costs, staff seniority, etc)

Curriculum - Defining

* How do you define curriculum? * How does the educational institution with which you are affiliated define curriculum? * Do all stakeholders (boards, administrators, teachers, students, parents, general public) define curriculum the same way? * Is it important for the profession to settle on one definition? W

Elementary reading and decoding

Develop a teaching plan that covers a period of time from one to two weeks for a shared reading of a big book appropriate for emergent readers. Describe in detail what will be done at each step, from the first reading to the final use of the book for teaching points.

Elementary reading and decoding skills are modeled.

This job cites a detailed plan to teach work identification skills or strategies. It then chooses a book or story that contains words that will be suitable as big words for the skills or strategies you want to teach (4th,5th & 6th graders). It then describes what you will do and say to teach the skills and strategies that ar

Educational Psychology

Develop a plan whereby you would integrate a part of each of the theorists (Piaget, Kohlberg, Gilligan) into your classroom environment. Be certain to use knowledge from the text. Consider the age group of students (4th, 5th. & 6th) you are teaching and indentify which of Erickson's strages of development your students will

The Domains of Curriculum Studies

Here is the complete explanation that I need to get started. Describe why the study of curriculum history is important to educators. Research and describe the curriculum history of a nation other than the United States. Apply what you have learned about the relationship between culture and curriculum and explain what you

This posting overviews elementary reading and decoding.

This posting overviews elementary reading and decoding. Based on the Deford Theoretical Orientation to Reading Profile, it aids with writing a belief statement, then developing a set of principles to guide your instructional decision-making.

Curriculum History is explored.

This posting examines the curriculum history of Norway as far back as possible. It also looks at the relationship between culture and curriculum explain what are the ideological components of Norway's curriculum development and changes. Finally, using the history and nature of curriculum, it explains what the future may hold fo

Curriculum history is examined.

This thorough solution encompasses various aspects about curriculum and understanding curriculum history. These areas include: 1. Ideology - What is of most value to learn? 2. Change - What needs to be changed in the curriculum and why? 3. Stability - Is the curriculum stable or under change? 4. What evidence fr

Courseware authoring is related to student assessment.

Can courseware-authoring assessment tools provide for formative and summative evaluations of students? What is the importance of knowing the strengths and weaknesses of courseware-authoring assessment tools in the design and development phase of the ISD System Design Model? These questions are posed.

VRIs are explained.

This posting classifies VRI using the Boston Consulting Group's strategic planning matrix.

Cybrary Research is presented.

This job helps to give ideas about how to research various methods of student assessment using the Cybrary, Internet, and any other resources at your disposal.

Transfer of Learning

Part 1 I need to transfer the knowledge of Bloom's Taxonomy and measurable verbs to an outcome creation activity. I cannot measure "understand," "know," and "demonstrates an understanding." Based on the area of interest and/or expertise, I need to prepare a paper that provides academic support and appropriate in-text cita

Computer Mediated Learning Enviornments

I have two questions that I need help on. Here is the first one. I need help in describing two applications of self-conatined, computer-mediated learning modules, such as CD ROM-based modules for business training. Here is the last one. What issues or opportunities in our enviornment might be usefully addressed through

Problem Analysis Paper - Ideas!

Problem Analysis Paper In the paper, include a clear and concise problem statement and address the following: a. How did you become aware that there was a problem? b. What goals, objectives, and tools/techniques did you use to frame the problem? Mrs. Kenia has been feeling as though she is constantly behin

Schema

I'm having a really hard time understanding Meta-cognition. I need help on explaining the four types of learning listed below. What it represents and then discuss if it is a long /short term memory tool. Is it meant to help w/large or small amounts of data and lastly the format of the style being used. Samples to use

Scenario question

You have a student that consistently does not finish classroom work, even though she is capable. You have tried encouraging her, giving her extra rewards for work completed, and contacting her parents. When the student is confronted about unfinished work, she reacts in a hostile way. This may include everything from arguing w

Scenario question

Gary is a new student to Ms. Adams fifth grade classroom. He appears uninteresed in what is going on. He has already shown aggressive behavior towards other students, and Ms. Adams feels threatened by his "I'm in charge" attitude and refusal to work. Using "mistaken goals" what strategies can you come up with that might assis

Assertive Discipline question

A new student has arrived in your classroom. Although it's only the student's first day in your room, you get the feeling that he "is going to be a handful." He seems disinterested in what you have to say, and has already disrupted surrounding students by visiting. QUESTIONS: What aspects of Assertive Discipline could y