Please provide some brief examples of effective and ineffective communication strategies. Please give me a brief overview of the importance of a leader's vision, and how to utilize strong communication to engage organizational personnel in this vision. Please provide references. Thanks.
Throughout the years, theorists and educators have expressed different perspectives about children. Discuss how the changing views have influenced the learning environment, then and now.
articulate, in a scholarly, one page essay, your personal philosophy of education. This essay (1½ to 2 pages in length) should present your personal beliefs about teaching, learning, students, and what the most important issues are in education. This is an opportunity for you to state what you believe to be right and true about
While some individuals may not be "good test takers", it is important to assess students, and provide them with quality feedback on their work. In fact, research indicates that while some tests and feedback are more effective than others in helping learners retain information, tests and feedback in and of themselves, will better
Address each of the discussion points beginning with a description of any classroom and/or assessment experience you may have. If you do not have direct classroom experience, you may respond to these questions based on your own understanding of what occurs in your own children's school, or a professional or volunteer position yo
See the attached file. As a researcher, the mastery of creating well-written and measurable hypotheses, problem statements, and research questions is critical. A grant or project proposal is often won or lost based on the strength of a researcher's skill in this area. This Discussion Board will give you an opportunity to impr
No Excuses University-- Standards Alignment In Chapter 7, Lopez emphasizes the importance that standards have on a school's accountability to its students and their parents. He also acknowledges that many disagree with the need for standards and/or they have different expectations for standards. Consider what the author shares
To be fair to the teacher, MC TF are also easier to grade and I have to wonder if that is not also a consideration. We have spent much time last week discussing Sir Ken Robinsons' Video suggesting that schools are killing creativity, and now this week on Seth Gooding's video entitled 'stop stealing Dreams,' It seems that these t
I wonder if we could ever do a test and let all the students know they had VERY HIGH IQs and then work with them for a school year? Let's say you are the principal of an elementary school in your area. You have been asked to speak at the monthly parent teacher conference. How would you explain Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intell
In his book, Teaching and learning in the 21st century: Connecting the dots, Newman states that Garner did not believe that traditional IQ tests give an accurate measure of one's intelligence and test all fields of intelligence. Do you agree or disagree with Garner about IQ tests? Why or Why not? Do you feel that it is an adv
You mentioned that creativity is lacking in schools these days. With the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS), there is an expectation that this will reduce creativity. This is really difficult to say because the entire roll out of the CCSS will take several years. Hopefully, there will be revisions to address any inadequacies
Research methods vary and different approaches are needed. A magazine editor in a small town would like to include articles on several topics in the next issue. Decide which of the following proposed article topics are suitable for a quantitative or qualitative research and explain why. Coin collections, favorite recipes, r
There is some disappointment in education (perhaps in the teachers' lounge across America) with the current traditional model. Here is the thing. It is up to the teacher to support these 21st-Century skills, however, the teacher must be supported in this initiative from the principal and the board. Some state standards have alre
Critically analyze and juxtapose "Education" and "Training." Your essay should discuss the importance of both, as well as their similarities and differences. Give examples of both.
How could a portfolio benefit your professional career? What should comprise an academic portfolio?
Provide notes and assistance to the following questions: To what extent and in what manner* do the views on student learning reflect the views of "two" of the following scholars: B. F. Skinner A. Maslow J. Piaget or Vygotsky A. Bandura *Describe what students would be doing in the
In conjunction with our focus on "some basic terms," in a 1.5- to 2-page paper respond to the following: What is teaching? Please examine the research done by J. S. Atherton (which is in the Background section) as you reflect on what teaching means to you. Atherton, J. S. (2011). Learning and teaching; What is learning?
"Education Week" is right around the corner in your community. In recognition of this week, each school in your district nominates one teacher for the "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" award, and your school principal has nominated you. The winner of this award will be chosen based on their response to the following questions:
The focus of this module's Case Assignment was on foundational views of education and knowledge. In conjunction with this focus, your second reflective essay should address the following question: Question: How do our perceptions of knowledge influence our perceptions of teaching and learning? SLP Assignment Expectations
Congratulations! You have just been selected to be a contestant on Socratic Jeopardy! Like the television game show, Socratic Jeopardy involves responding to an answer with a question, and there are different categories of "answers." Since you will appear on Socratic Jeopardy during "Education Week," all categories will focus on
1. Discuss how creating a professional learning community can increase the ways teachers seize opportunities for integrating 21st-century skills, tools and teaching strategies into their classroom practice — and help them identify what activities they can replace or de-emphasize.
Who is Hilda Taba and describe her approach or model of curriculum development.
Using the Jackson and Rodgers article attached, answer, with EVIDENCE from the article, the following questions: 1. Where did the authors use logos, ethos, and pathos as rhetorical appeals to reach the audience? Provide at least one example of each, and explain why it exemplifies logos, ethos, or pathos. 2. Who was the intende
Identify three theories of policy making and briefly discuss their role in the policy-making process. How do existing theories provide useful guidance for analyzing policies?
The number of culturally diverse students is increasing and schools may not meeting the needs of these students. One approach is to develop pedagogical approaches that are based on Vygotsky's socio-cultural theory of learning and educational philosophy to address the needs of culturally diverse students.
Discuss making trade-offs and setting priorities when selecting interventions. Include considerations such as budget, time, acceptability, and side effects. Consider the role of the performance consultant as a partner with the stakeholders. Include external references in the response.
Create an annotated bibliography comprised of THREE articles that provide best practices employed in the selection, design, and delivery the e-Learning.
1. Briefly describe a performance gap in your organization. 2. Describe how a Capacity and Motivation intervention might help address the performance gaps identified in Q1. 3. Write a 200-300 word description of a possible Capacity and Motivation intervention that might address the performance gap identified in Q1.
1. Describe a real or hypothetical problem or phenomenon within an educational setting in which a phenomenological research design would be the most appropriate design. 2. Develop the central research question that you would use for the phenomenological research design. 3. Explain why the phenomenological design fits better t
What does it mean to be a lifelong learner, and how would it affect a person considered to be a professional educator? What specific measures can be taken to integrate this philosophy into a professional career?