In communicating the use of Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in an early childhood environment what learning theory or theories can be used to describe or demonstrate the use of STEM in the classroom?. What are the pros and cons of stem for children in this learning environment?
Can someone help me with a description of the differences between the skills needed to teach online and those needed to teach in person?
Can some please help me this questions: 1. An explanation of your conceptualization of learning 2. An explanation of your conceptualization of teaching 3. An explanation of your goals for students 4. An explanation of how you plan to implement your philosophy 5. An explanation of your professional growth plan with referenc
How can teachers effectively incorporate and align the ELL proficiency standards and the academic standards?
Select any grade between 2 and 6, and discuss what you feel is an appropriate skill level for whole-number computation at that grade. Should these skills be taught at that grade or earlier?
Find and analyse: "Welcome Letters" 8.3A and 8.3B. Respond to the following: Amatea, E. S. (2013). Building culturally responsive family-school relationships (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River: Pearson Education. ISBN-10: 0205523641 Answer the following: - How are the two welcome letters different in regard to culture (the
Please help, I need some suggestion on how to use foundational concepts of differentiated instructions to design a classrooms physical layout. I hope to get some help this time, for some reason there was no reply on my last few questions.
What are professional learning communities? How are professional learning communities similar and different from professional learning networks?
Write a narrative reflecting on instruction and student learning in which you: a. describe the instructional strategies or activities that contributed most to student learning and which were most effective, b. explain the greatest barriers to achieving learning results, specifically considering which of these were under your
When a parent is upset during at parent teacher conference, what are some ways to calm the parent down?
Why is it important to plan to use technology in the classroom?
Is it important for a new teacher to find out from the school how new teachers are going to be coached and mentored?
How would you manage a student who is a consistently a disruption to yourself and the class? Is it important to know how to handle a situation like this? What are the proper measures to take in managing a disruptive student, and what order should you implement these measures in?
Why is having a teaching philosophy important? 200 words of personal notes are briefly integrated.
What are the benefits of using the SIOP model for lesson plans in the classroom?
What are the benefits of using differentiated instruction in the classroom?
What are the components of an effective lesson plan? Provide AT LEAST 200 words.
1) Aligned to what has or is being taught 2) Applicable and meaningful to the student 3) A direct approach to gathering and assessing identified information 4) Fair 5) Practical 6) Easily communicated How can you make sure your assessment addresses all the criteria listed above? Provide at least 200 words.
Give an example of how you would make sure all students are accountable for participating in formative assessments? Provide at least 200 words
Examine the relationship between the Teacher Work Sample and daily instruction as a professional educator. What surprises did you encounter during the development and implementation of the Teacher Work Sample? How did you address this new insight? I have attached a teacher work sample if you need to view it. Thanks.
A teaching philosophy is a summary statement in which one reflects on how they teach and why. For this third component of your SLP, you will begin to develop your teaching philosophy by reflecting on and responding to the following: How do you teach? Why? Importantly, your discussion of "Why" you teach this way is t
Create 4-5 slides explaining Step 1 (Performance Analysis) of the Human Performance Technology Model (HPT) with speaker notes. Please include any references.
Explain how achievement data is linked to student learning. Provide at least 200 words.
Reflect on how instructional decision-making may influence the success of a lesson. How might using effective formative assessment strategies enhance the success of a lesson for the students and for the teacher? When reviewing lesson plans and planning for class, factors to consider in lesson planning and implementation inclu
What are the six principles of effective e-learning and which works and why?
What does education literature offer as some of the key factors that usually serve as motivation for adult learners to return to school? In preparing to teach a 14-week course in Business Writing at the local penitentiary. How might you incorporate the principles of self-regulation into the instruction and into the assessment an
As a leader, you will be solving a variety of problems. Based on the research literature you reviewed, propose solutions to the instructional problem from each of the five perspectives within the context of a diverse community of learners: a. Curriculum b. Instruction c. Evaluation d. Technology e. Policy
Why would it be helpful, when designing curriculum, to have a clear set of goals and objectives before beginning the design and development. What is the difference between setting goals and setting objectives? Why learners should be made aware of the goals and objectives for each course or lesson. How would these items be presen
The role of the teacher in the classroom has changed from being the "sage on the stage" to being the "guide on the side." What does this shift mean in regard to the role of the teacher and the role of the learner? What role does cognitive learning theory play in the classroom experiences of teachers and learners? How does the i
Why would knowing who is in the classroom make a difference in how you teach? For example, if you had English Learners in the room, you would frontload academic vocabulary, strategically pair an EL with English Only student and provide plenty of background information on new concepts.