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    Engaging Students and Motivation

    Motivation and age

    I could use some help with the following question: Do you think it is generally true that first-graders have more curiosity and are more motivated to learn than 6th graders or high school students? If so, how would you explain this decline?

    Philosophy of Teaching Statement

    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

    Classroom management related to constructivist theory

    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

    A Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management

    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

    Academic Motivation, Teacher Expectations

    In order to promote a productive learning environment, teachers must establish high classroom expectations. High classroom expectations set the tone of the classroom. Teachers should begin the school year by expressing positive expectations and demonstrating positive behaviors. As a teacher, what is the relationship between your

    Motivation, Choicres and Dumbledore's Question

    In J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, schoolmaster Albus Dumbledore says, "It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities." How do you interpret this statement in light of what you know about motivation?

    Problem-Based Learning

    1. How can Problem-Based Learning engage adult learners? Please base your response on a combination of our readings information's, your personal readings/knowledge, and your experience. Thank you your help is greatly needed!

    Team Dynamics in Project Planning

    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.


    Urgent help is needed. Intrinsic motivation and pride in one's work are much more powerful than tokenawards, which may actually reduce pride in the job and inhibit motivation." Do agree or disagree with this statement? Why? Thank you.

    Math and Science

    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??

    A debate on education is achieved.

    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

    Expectations in Infant Development

    Here is a new fun question. Pretend you are a parent of an infant. What would you expect to observe as your baby starts to engage in play? What play activities could you use to foster your infant's development?

    Characteristics of Adult Learners applied to Teaching Strategies

    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

    Discuss: Online Learning Environment

    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

    Teenagers and Sleep

    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

    Setting up a lesson plan

    I am trying to set up a lesson plan, but need help to determine the following: 1. Which instructional functions are most effective with a target population? 2. What types of strategies can be used to motivate learners to be engaged in the instructional activity? 3. What factors contribute to the success of the strate