Loren is in her first year teaching in a high need school, with three months left until the end of the academic year. She implements fun and engaging activities in class and offers tutoring 3-4 times a week; however, one third of her students failed the last grading period. Several of these students consistently break establishe
Innovative, Engaging, and Effective Implementation of Educational Technology In a Educational Setting
Consider yourself the winner of the show "Superintendent for a Year." However, rather than be superintendent of the entire district, you are only concerned with your own educational environment - your classroom, your lab, your library. Best of all, during the year of your "superintendency" you have complete control of the tech
Ricky is an 11th grade P.E. teacher in Colorado, as part of the physical education standards, Ricky must time his students periodically in the mile run. He has students of all ability levels and so as he begins to plan out his year. He is struck by the challenge of motivating each student to improve in the mile. He wants all his
Marcos teaches an 8th grade Math class at a small town in Utah. The school he teaches has a total student population of 143 students, includes his 8th grade class. He has a room filled with various ability levels, from struggling through advanced. His highest achieving student Julia is routinely bored with the lessons as her ski
Robert teaches 4th grade math in Colorado. He is very creativity in the classroom and constantly works to include paired and group activities to keep his students engaged. Still, he has to lecture his students from time to time and he has found that his students seem bored when he is speaking in front of them. As a student, Robe
Lori is a 9th grade math teacher at a small middle school that serves a farming community. She has worked at the school for 5 years and has learned that it is a community that thrives on three things: family, farming, and football. Every boy growing up in town has aspirations of varsity football glory, but most will end up spend
Review the information on Multiple Intelligences (http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/what.cfm) and click on the "Take a Test" tab. Complete the test and view your results. Share your results with your classmates. How will the results impact your own choices for learning? Do you believe
In creating a culture of reflection in higher education and adult learning, the student is engaged in the learning experience. The useful strategies of journaling, researching and reflecting on a higher level of thinking provides a culture of reflection through critical thinking. It is essential to create a culture of reflecti
Johnstone and Rivera's research identifies ten potential barriers to the pursuit of adult education and clusters them into two categories. Discuss some of those barriers and the categories to which those researchers assign them. Conversely, what are some of the reasons why adults might want to participate in general education?
Why would these three; nurturance in families, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and values, beliefs,and attitude be significant items?
How do external and internal factors interact to influence adult learning? Please provide sources in APA Format.
How does exposure to media influence the manner in which adolescents develop? For example, is there evidence that adolescents are influenced to engage in risky behavior by being exposed to images of such behavior? frame your response within Bandura's or Erikson's theories. Use references and examples from the media (film, books,
Behavior Disorder Role-Play â?¢ Write a role-play dealing with a student with a behavior disorder in the classroom The disorder that I picked is Autism.
Select one method of assessment that is most effective for each purpose, 1 through 9 (in your opinion). Provide written justification for your selected method of assessment under the rationale column. Your justification must demonstrate understanding of the assessment. ** See ATTACHED Word document for actual table/matrix *
Task Name: Phase 3 Individual Project Deliverable Length: 10-15 PowerPoint slides (excluding reference and title slides) with speaker notes Details: Library Research Assignment Mrs. Jones explains to you that the board wants you to prepare a presentation discussing leadership and the theories behind it. The presentation shoul
Compose a Philosophy of Teaching Statement Reflect on and articulate your beliefs about adult learning by creating a Philosophy of Teaching Statement. Your statement should focus on adult learning in the online environment. You may create your philosophy as a written statement or as a PowerPoint presentation with "speaker n
Taking either the constructivist theory of education or the behaviorist theory of education, describe your ideals for effective classroom management. In separate paragraphs , describe your aprroach to classroom organization, motivation,discipline, and teaching styles, given your current perspective. Constrast each element of the
How does each of the following philosophies explain students' failure to learn: idealism, realism, pragmatism, and existentialism?
Consider your current view of classroom management. Write an annotated list of those points you currently believe, in bullet format. Include four to five points in each of these categories: (1) How the teacher should act. (2) How students are expected to behave. (3) What the classroom might look and feel like. (4) Ho
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How may a teacher provide feedback to a student, so it becomes part of the learning experience? Please include a specific example or real-world scenario with your answer Which type of motivation do you think will be most effective with students, extrinsic or intrinsic? Why? Thanks for helping me get started.
Concepts of extrinsic vs. intrinsic motivation, behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic approaches to motivation, and inductive vs. deductive learning strategies.
1. Analyze extrinsic and intrinsic motivation. Evaluate their effectiveness with regard to student learning. 2. Compare the behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic approaches to motivation. Which approach will you favor as a classroom teacher and why? 3. Compare and contrast the terms inductive and deductive learning s
Please help answer the following question. Provide at least 300 words. What effect does assessment have on learner motivation? Why?
I need help researching team dynamics in project planning. Please use data to present both the benefits and challenges of working in teams in relationship to the project planning. Examine how teams can enhance their performances.
1. How do the national standards promote inquiry-based learning for math and science? 2. What is the role of effective questioning in engaging learners for math and science? 275 word count for each??
Debate: Are Uniforms a Good Way to Improve Student Discipline and Motivation? I need help on writing a persuasive paper that supports your opionion. Acknowledge the argument above of the opposing side and refute them with research. In this same paper I need to research this material and find three reliable sources. I have to
You have been hired to teach a credit-based community college course. The course has 35 learners ranging in age from 17-70. You must develop the course to meet the needs of your learners. Analyze fundamental principles of adult education including biological, physiological, sociocultural, and cognitive factors that will have an
Answer the following questions: 1. Provide design principles when developing for an online learning environment. 2. Critically assess what impact, if any, bandwidth may have when designing for online. 3. Provide the impact of integrating multimedia components (e.g., images, graphics, video, audio, etc.) into an ESL online
Recent studies have shown that teenagers across America are suffering from lack of sleep. Many detrimental reactions to sleep loss are cutting into academics and health.
Online learning modules are different from stand-alone learning modules in many ways. Each type of module has its advantages and disadvantages when it comes to maintenance, educational quality, and instructional strategies. Thus, this job discusses the differences for developing instruction for an online learning module as o