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    Philosophy of Education

    Theory: Cognitive Load Theory

    In 150-200 words describe how the Cognitive Load Theory applies to Gilbert's BEM category of work instructions and guidance.

    Theory: Double Loop Learning

    In 150-200 words describe how the Argyris and Shon Double Look Learning Theory applies feedback in learning and performance improvement.

    Performance Problem: Cause, Gap & Intervention

    1. Identify a performance problem at your place of employment. 2. Describe the symptoms of the performance problem. 3. Identify one or more root causes of this poor performance (lack of information, lack of necessary tools, et cetera). 4. Identify 2-4 performance gaps between levels of desired performance and present perfor

    Gilbert's Theorem

    Using Gilbert's W = A/B Theorem: Describe an activity in your work, in terms of worthy performance. What do you accomplish, in terms of measurable, valuable results? What is the cost of the behavior you put into this activity (the amount of pay you receive, as you carry out the behaviors needed to accomplish the results, as well

    Annotated Bibliography ADHD

    Can you assist me with the following? By researching the current literature, you will have a better understanding of your context of the question or problem you are considering. A literature review is a critical, in-depth evaluation and summary of previous and current research. It establishes why you are pursuing a particular r

    Using Action Research and Program Evaluation

    When do you think that either action research or program evaluation could be used in your local setting? What do you think would be the best way to implement this strategy? What are the benefits over other research strategies?

    Why statistical tests are needed in research

    In quantitative research, statistical tests are often the most complicated parts of a research study. Discuss why these tests are needed and how they relate to the concepts of sampling error and generalizability. Please include resources to support your discussion.

    Readiness to Learn

    1. Discuss how "readiness to learn" and the ability to set goals can be used to inform instruction of adult learners. 2. How can instructors use information presented by Chu (2012), Mishra (2013) when teaching adult learners?" Useful references: Chu, R. J, Chu, A. Z.; Weng, C. et al. (2012). Transformation for adults i

    Discussing Experimental Research Design

    An experimental study has been designed to determine the effectiveness of a new reading program on the reading comprehension of first-grade students. As a researcher, discuss each of the following: 1. Likely sampling technique. 2. Possible research hypotheses (both non-directional and directional). 3. Extraneous variables

    Biblical teaching in the classroom

    Reflect on the following questions: What is the importance of teaching Biblical principles/values in class? Can biblical principles be taught in a public school? If yes, how can they be taught?

    School mission statement, vision, and values

    When considering ethical behaviors and how to implement them in your own life, it is important to approach this through your own experiences. After reviewing the materials for this assignment, reflect on the importance of the Northcentral University Mission, Vision, and Values Statements and respond to the following in a paper:

    Sample Qualitative Research Questions

    List THREE sample qualitative research questions related to Education. NOTE: The problem or issue identified in the question should be answerable through qualitative measures. Please do not provide responses to these questions.

    A Construct That Cannot Be Measured

    Provide a detailed example of a construct that cannot be measured. Explain how a characteristic that cannot be measured can be a construct? Provide 1 reference to support your response.


    The change process requires identifying a problem (or set of problems) and then gathering ideas for solutions. In order to identify appropriate solutions, one must develop a clear, overarching vision for organizational purpose and direction (I need to know where you are going before you can plan how I will get there.). Within th

    Research Test and Measurement Instruments

    Briefly discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using pre-established, standardized instruments. What types of educational constructs do you believe can or cannot be measured accurately through standardized measures? Provide references as necessary.

    Values Clarification in General Education

    Please discuss the debate on moral education, and address some of the answers below: Should values clarification be included in the public school curriculum? Does moral education contradict the public school system's dedication to secularism? What are the advantages and drawbacks of such programs? Can values and moralisti

    Education vs Training

    Critically analyze and contrast "Education" and "Training." Discuss the importance of both, as well as their similarities and differences. Give examples of both. Fabri, P.J. (2008). Is there a difference between education and training?, American College of Surgeons.Retrieved February 14, 2014 from: http://www.facs.org/educat

    Philosophical Framework: Pros & Cons

    Choose a philosophical framework (scientific realism, social constructivism, advocacy-liberatory or pragmatism) that best represents your personal belief in how knowledge is generated in relation to research. Finally, list at least three pros and three cons of this framework.

    Factors Affecting Teacher Hoarseness

    Prevalence of Voice Hoarseness among Primary and Secondary School Teachers Much research has been conducted on the prevalence of voice problems. However, many of these studies report rates that differ significantly from one another. The majority of the previous research on voice problems among teachers has treated primary and s

    Critical Thinking for Educational Leaders

    As a doctoral learner, you are viewed as a scholar-practitioner who will contribute to both scholarly inquiry and practical applications in the field. Discuss what aspects of critical thinking and intellectual standards might help you as a leader in the field of education. How might this process help bolster your effectiveness a

    Formulating a Research Question & Identifying Variables

    1. Please develop four (4) research questions that reflect Leadership and Administration aspect of education. Three (3) of these questions must be quantitative research questions, and one (1) a qualitative research question. Your quantitative research questions must each represent one of the following: descriptive research que

    Scholarly Review: Scholary Inquiry

    In your opinion, what is the purpose of a scholarly review at a doctoral level? How does applying scholarly inquiry help you determine the validity of the information in a source?

    Research Methods in Education; "Quantitative Research" and "Qualitative Research"

    Need some help answering the following questions? Important: please provide good online references for each question. Lastly, please be simplistic with your solution so it is easy to understand and I will be able to write in my own words. 1 .Define each concept "quantitative research" and "qualitative research" 2. Identify

    Lesson Plan Objectives

    Develop a clear overall goal for the health education lesson plan you are focusing on for your SLP. List at least 2 affective, 2 cognitive, and 2 psychomotor learning objectives for your lesson plan. All learning objectives must be SMART. For each objective, list the National Health Education Standard(s) that corresponds with

    Phases of Mentoring

    How is the progression through the phases of the mentoring process cyclical or recursive in nature? One of the four phases of the mentoring relationship is the need for closure. Why is closure sometimes difficult to attain? What can be done to support this process overall? I will need around 300 words.