Pupil Annaual Progress Report
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...pupils’ actions rather thean focusinges mainly on the adult partner during activity as before. So for example, she will sign the first letter of ‘Huma’ name to indicate that she knows the name of pupils working alongside her during group session. She has also learnt and remembered the names of other pupils in the class and will point correctly in the indirection of a pupils when asked by an adult ‘where is…?’.  She has not only learnt to pay greater attention to other people’s actions, but has shown a greater degree of tolerance to being a part of larger group... General Progress Aaishah has settled well into her new school and this year. Within the year, As the year has progress, she has become an avid ...
Pupil Z Individual Observation Program
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...Pupil Z individual observation programme – week 2 and 3 I decided to carry out a two-week individual observation programme after completing a one-week individual observation programme on Pupil Z. I decided to carry out the programme as I have observed that he preferred to explore objects with his feet (supine position) rather than his hands (supportive sitting). During my observation, it has also become apparent that the positioning and exploration method directly impacted on his motivation to perform physical exercises (Appendix, 4). I also wanted to ensure that I was making informed judgments about my previous observations and could then plan to...
asset pricing models (CAPM and APT)
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...APT) Asset Pricing Models (CAPM and APT) CAPM Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is the model which describes the relationship between risk and expected return. The model is used to determine the price of risky securities. Information required for investors: Investors are required an information about the returns that are to be expected from the purchase of that asset. This information can be gathered from market portfolio experience. Market will help investors to get information that how much returns are possible through the acquiring particular asset. It should be kept in mind that the information should be free of risk factors (Altwies & Reynolds, 2010). Risk rate... Asset Pricing Models (CAPM and...
3 policies which promote positive pupil behaviour
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...pupil behaviour.For each policy explain what procedures a school would follow. Use Elliot Park as an example, or a school in which you have had experience. The School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Section 61 requires schools to lay down their behaviour policy in black and white. The policy elaborates on how the school promotes positive behaviour, excellent attendance and tackles absenteeism. The most effective behaviour management policies of a school are necessarily based on a deep sound understanding of the factors that drive the behaviour. Overall, a well-thought... ?Test Paper 2 Missing Questions -12,13,14 #12. After reading all your materials, identify at least 3 policies which promote positive...
Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered
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...Pupil Centered: An Analysis Submitted 0 Introduction Today's educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. Not only do students come from widely differing ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, they also have widely differing interests, experiences and learning styles. If an educator hopes to effectively teach this range of learners, he or she must be competent at many methods and techniques. Educators tend to teach in the style that is most comfortable for them. However, present day classrooms require the educator to prepare for and teach with the methods and styles best for students. Educators must extend themselves beyond their comfort zones of familiar... Effective Teaching Thru Being...
Pupil Voice in the learning institutions
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...Pupil Voice of the Department Grade 30th November THE PUPIL’S VOICE This paper describes the voice of the pupil in the learning institutions. This argumentative essay dwells on the voice of the pupil as it is the tool used by the young, to express their ideas. The student fraternity has a role to play in the school’s decision-making process. In the process of their learning, students can participate actively in activities regarding to learning activities within the school. They only require the guidance by teachers who have a significant role in shaping the outcome of the pupil voice. The essay discusses various issues to explain the importance of involving the pupil voice... ?Argumentative Essay: Pupil...
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) Vs. Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT)
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...APT) Theoretical background of CAPM and APT The capital asset pricing model (CAPM) is used in corporate finance to determine a theoretically appropriate price of an asset given that asset's systematic risk(or market risk)(Sharpe,1964). The CAPM formula takes into account the asset's sensitivity to systematic risk in a number often referred to as beta () , as well as the expected return on a market portfolio and the expected return of a theoretical risk-free asset. According to the CAPM, the relation between the expected return on a given asset i, and the expected return on a proxy market... portfolio m is given as: Where: E(ri) is the expected return on the reference asset rf is the...
APT- Arbitrage Pricing Theory and CAPM-Capital Asset Pricing Model
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...APT- Arbitrage Pricing Theory and CAPM-Capital Asset Pricing Modelalike are methods applied in the assessment of any given investment’s expected returns and risks going in tandem. In both, formulas are used in the determination of the required rate of return for a given investment in order it be considered worthwhile. In the action of comparing investments’ returns and risks, if CAPM or APT is well utilized, they will reflect on whether one ought to invest in a given firm or another. The formulas to these two methods are given under; CAPM Re= Rf + ?*(Rm – Rf) Where; Re = Required return rate Rf =Risk-free return rate ? = Beta, which is the market risk... ?Running Head: INVESTMENT ASSESSMENT PART I APT-...
Teching ICT for Special Need Pupil Between Theory and Practice
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...PUPIL: BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE Table of content page Table of content 2 2 Introduction .. 3 Main body a. Importance of ICT in school .... 3 b. ICT program for use by students with special needs .. 8 c. Factors limiting the practical application of ICT . 10 d. Bridging the gap .. 14 Conclusion ... 15 References .... 16 ABSTRACT The world is coming to a realization that disabled people can also achieve what others can achieve. There has been a wake up call to take the disabled children to schools to acquire education like others. This has been responded well and many of them are now attending school. However in school they are faced by many... TEACHING ICT FOR SPECIAL NEEDS...
Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered: An Analysis
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...Pupil Centered: An Analysis Submitted 0 Introduction Today’s educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. Not only do students come from widely differing ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, they also have widely differing interests, experiences and learning styles. If an educator hopes to effectively teach this range of learners, he or she must be competent at many methods and techniques. Educators tend to teach in the style that is most comfortable for them. However, present day classrooms require the educator to prepare for and teach with the methods and styles best for students. Educators must extend themselves beyond their comfort zones of familiar... Effective Teaching Thru Being...
Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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...Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Theories, values, policies and issues on teacher-pupil relationship 4 Planning Skills and Practices involved to enhance Good teaching 8 Educational theories and issues on Good Teaching 11 Challenges Facing School Organizations 12 Conclusion and Recommendations 15 References 17 Introduction Good teaching is a practice, it is an act and it is a process that requires utmost diligence, dedication and talent to enable the children understand the complexity of the information being passed by the teacher. It is considered as an act of generosity, a craft that grows through continued practice... ? Proper Planning and...
The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teacher-Pupil Interaction
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...Pupil Interaction in theNational Literacy and Numeracy Strategies Research Article Focus The article under consideration intends to analyze the relevance and efficacy of the interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in the domain of teacher-pupil interaction. The implementation of the National Literacy and Numeracy Strategies has resulted in the introduction of IWBs on a large scale so as to facilitate and interactive whole class teaching. Since their introduction in 1990, the primary thrust of the National Literacy Strategy (NLS) and National Numeracy Strategy (NMS) has been on promoting 'interactive whole class... of the of the Concerned 15 April 2009 The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on...
School's Pastoral Structure and Pupil Achievement
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...Pupil Achievement C. Darnell 160 Cubbington Road Leamington Spa CV32 7AH At the outset, pastoral care, as decisive to academic achievement as its successful implementation may be, is patently an elusive subject to configure and bring together. Clarifying the concept may shed light on a better implementation of pastoral initiatives and pin down its imperatives. Pastoral Care is a characteristically British paradigm that in other Western cultures is restricted to a decidedly religious context. Yet, in the holistic sense of educating the whole person pastoral care ideally should fit seamlessly into the very raison d'tre of the academic setting. Education... How Can a School's Pastoral Structure Support...
NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH IN THE CLASSROOM: WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS ON PUPIL PERFORMANCE?
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...Pupil Performance? This study focuses on the effects of an increase in non-native English speaking pupils on school performance in England. It examines negative and positive effects on the pupils’ performance both native and non-native English speakers. The interaction between native English speakers, white non-native speakers and non-white, non-native English speakers has a wide range effects on pupils performance both positive and negative. According to the recent studies, the number of non-native English speakers has increased tremendously in the recent past for the pupils enrolling in primary school especially those between... Non-Native Speakers of English in the room: What Are the Effects on Pupil...
How teachers use language strategies in schools to control behaviour increase pupil participation and to facilitate learning.
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...Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning. Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor’s Name 9 May 2011 Language strategies will increase the learning process. The research focuses on the use of language as a means of increasing learning in the classroom environment. The research focuses on the importance of incorporating culture and other inputs to the classroom learning environment. “Life is largely a process of adaptation to the circumstances in which we exist. A perennial give-and-take has been going on between living matter and its inanimate surroundings, between one living being... How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase...
How Sensory Impairments Affect Gross and Fine Motor Skills in Children with Multi-sensory Impairments.
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...Pupil Z’s preferences. I felt that these preferences can then guide me in choosing objects and activities that would motivate him to learn. Then, I knew that I could implement these activities in order to establish change and improvement in the long term. Winnicott (1980) pointed out the importance of the ‘transitional object’ in human development. He discovered that by observing the early interaction with primary care givers that every child has a favourite object which almost always forms part of his experience. This special object helps in the transition from old to new objects and experience. I feel the notion of ‘transitional object’ is very apt in light... ?Education “Movement is the foundation on...
How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning
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...Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning. Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor’s Name 9 May 2011 Language strategies will increase the learning process. The research focuses on the use of language as a means of increasing learning in the classroom environment. The research focuses on the importance of incorporating culture and other inputs to the classroom learning environment. “Life is largely a process of adaptation to the circumstances in which we exist. A perennial give-and-take has been going on between living matter and its inanimate surroundings, between one living being... ? How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase...
FILM STUDIES- remake of a silent german movie: blue angel.
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...pupils. The Professor does not take into consideration that Angst may not have committed the offense but instructs him to rub the added prefix. Coincidentally Angst is an apt character in a play by Rolf Muller, an original script where the author of Blue Angel picked his theme. The Professor begins his lesson by discussing from Hamlet, the third Act in the first scene. This line is a famous soliloquy that to be or not to be. The Professor interrupts the pupil he picks to recite some of the memorized excerpts from Hamlet because of the pupil’s poor pronunciation of English words. The German accent seems to affect the student because he has problems in pronouncing the as he says za... ? The Blue Angel The...
Learning through touch - why children who are deafblind or multi-sensory impaired (MSI) are more reliant on touch or their tactile senses to experience the world.
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...apt in light of the observation I had made. It was necessary to observe which objects Pupil Z likes to play with and to include them when introducing to him new objects and activities to motivate him to use his hands to learn and develop. ‘Instead of being motor active the learner with visual dysfunction directs his awareness (…) towards the sounds that occur around him’. (Nielsen, 2003:33) It is well-known that a visually impaired child is much more reliant on other senses for input of information than a sighted child. Hearing is the most obvious one... Contents Preface …………….…………………………………………………………. p Introduction …………………………………………………………………... p 1. The functions of touch ………….……………………………………....... p...
critically analyse the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) and arbitrage pricing theory (APT) models.your analysis may include drawing simlarities ,difference and weakness of the models in relation to real life practical situations .MBA FINACCE SUBJECi
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...APT Introduction In the field of finance, as with all economic activity, there is always an element of risk that creates the potential for growth and development. Generally, investors are averse to unreasonable or indeterminable risk (Block & Hirt, 2006). However, if no risk exists, then prices have no variation and no margin is created by which profit can be made. The idea of investing in the financial market is to purchase the asset while the price is low, and to sell when the price appreciates. The seeming arbitrary movement of prices of assets, such as stocks, has been at the center of most research, in an attempt by investors to try to forecast if prices... CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CAPM AND APT...
Discuss how a teacher of Physical education in mainstream schools might make provision for the inclusion of a disabled pupil. Your discussion should relate to the strategies or models of inclusion recognised as good practice in the current literature.
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...pupils in mainstream schools Introduction Disabled children in mainstream schools suffer from severe adjustment problems in practicing physical education and schools largely depend on inclusion programs for providing support for disabled children. Inclusion program for disabled children bestow substantial representation for both mental and physical disabilities of students in public schools and current education system in England requires innovative researches and strategies in this field. In general, the term disability is used to point toward a physical or mental circumstance that limits person’s movements, senses or both physiological... promotes physical education among the disabled...
LIving in a House versus living in an apt
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...Living in a house versus living in an apartment Apartments and houses are two basic areas of residence. By definition, apartment is a kind of flat and many such flats are constructed on top of each other in a condominium. On the other hand, a house is a place for living generally more capacious than an apartment and stands on ground as an independent structure. While house is one of the ancient and most traditional residential concepts, apartments are also increasing in popularity. Living in an apartment is very different from living in a house. The kind of autonomy and comfort a house provides cannot be matched by an apartment. There are many similarities between living in an apartment... in a house...
Life and Work of a Famous Greek Thinker
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...pupil to Plato (Williams 21). Aristotle studied at Plato’s Academy for almost 20 years, until Plato died in the year 348-7 B.C (Williams 21). After that Aristotle travelled extensively and eventually settled to marry with a girl from the family of a tyrant known by the name Hermias. Aristotle was appointed the tutor to Alexander in 343 B.C (Williams 44). For three years he remained tutor to Alexander until the Prince turned 16. Not much... of the of the Concerned 15 June Aristotle- Life and Works Aristotle was born at Stagira in Thrace in 384 B.C (Williams 12). His father served as a royal physician to the ruler of Macedonia. It was when he was 18 that Aristotle arrived in Athens and settled as a pupil...
re- write a Silent Movie- Blue Angel.
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...pupils. The Professor does not take into consideration that Angst may not have committed the offense but instructs him to rub the added prefix. Coincidentally, Angst is an apt character in a play by Rolf Muller, an original script where the author of Blue Angel picked his theme. The Professor begins his lesson by discussing an excerpt from Hamlet, the third Act in the first scene. This line is a famous soliloquy by Shakespeare. The Professor interrupts the pupil he has picked to recite some of the memorized excerpts from Hamlet because of the pupil’s poor pronunciation of English words. This shows that the Professor is not organized. The German accent seems... ? The Blue Angel The Blue Angel is a German...
Insights and Takeaways
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...Apt Questions ……………………………………………………….. 5 3.3 Communication does Convey and Image to Others ………………………….. 5 4.0 Conclusion... ……………………………………………………………………….. 6 References …………………………………………………………………………….. 7 Insights and Takeaways 1.0 Introduction Communication could indeed be deemed to be the foundation on which are built effective and fruitful business relations. Any viable and effective course in Business Communications does endow a pupil with an array of intricacies associated with this art, like how to make communication clear and concise, how to avoid misunderstandings and confusions, how to handle conflicts, how to make business...
The Analysis of the Novel Ishmael
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...pupil. Must have an earnest desire to save the world (Quinn 1)”, which leaves the narrator both disgruntled and curious. When the narrator proceeds to respond to this add, he is startled to find out that his intended teacher is not a human but a lowland gorilla with the name Ishmael, who is to convey to him the human history in an entirely new format and context. Ishmael is well read and is able to communicate telepathically with the narrator. Ishmael... of the English of the Concerned 27 November Ishmael- an Analysis There is no denying the fact that the material andtechnological advancement of the human society has inevitably been accompanied by much environmental degradation and destruction. Yet, the ...
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ASPECTS OF TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION: A CASE STUDY OF ZOE PRIMARY SCHOOL (*Zoe is a pseudonym)
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...Pupil use of ICT in boarding Houses at N School: an exploration of Pupil Perceptions. Word Count: 6150 Contents 1.0 Introduction Page 3 2.0 Literature Review – Introduction - What is I.C.T? Page 6 2.1 Why are young people interested in ICT? Page 7 2.2 How has technology been subsumed into the home? Page 10 2.3 How has ICT influenced familial relations? Page 11 2.4 What are teenage attitudes towards the way Page 14 parents manage ICT in the home? 2.5 How do parents manage their children’s ICT use? Page 16 2.6 How might schools help parents manage their Page 19 children’s technology in the future? 3.0 Methodology... Research Methods Assignment Programme MSc in Educational Leadership...
Tardiness to Class Interpretations and Recommendations
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...apt to be carried over into later life and to cause... Tardiness to Interpretations and Recommendations Interpretation of the data Based on the research conducted, data indicates that 87% of the 1,500 public high school students sampled have been tardy at least once in the month. 54% of students are late to class two to five times in the past month, while 9% are late six or more times every month. Only 2% of the sample report recognition for perfect attendance in the school year. The data shows a trend between tardiness and grade levels. Those in their senior year of high school had a higher proclivity to miss class, while freshman had the lowest. A second trend is between the types of courses taken and ...
Final Synthesis Paper
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...apt time for young kids to make partnerships in play and work development. This is the age when children are excited to make chums and foes to abet or loathe respectively (Glick et al, 1997). The environment for play is required to be generated in an acceptable way for all. The predicament responsibility and dilemma for educators is to have the option of play available... ? Final Synthesis Paper Roots of literacy are connected to the trends in early literacy in a concrete manner since it is considered as a public policy debate. The emphasis over early literacy is quite gigantic in nature because of its multidimensional benefits to the society as well to the nation directly. The educationists, who belong...
The painter of the sea: Winslow Homer and his Eight bells
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...apt description of the man who have been a sincere chronicler of natural life in fin de... The painter of the sea: Winslow Homer and his Eight bells There have been of the sea, like James Fennimore Cooper and there have been poets of the sea, like Samuel Taylor Coleridge. But if there is a painter of the sea, it must be American artist Winslow Homer. When one thinks of Coleridge's haunting lines from Ancient Mariner: Like a painted ship/ on a painted ocean, one cannot but be reminded of Homer's Gulf Stream or Maine Coast or even his masterpiece Eight Bells. Robert Hughes's1 assessment of the writer is powerful: "Some major artists create popular stereotypes that last for decades; others never reach in...
Pupils of Learning Difficulties
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...pupil and what remedial measures can be done so that the child involved is not effectively denied access to the curriculum. Teachers and nursery attendants need to be aware of the signs before a child gets formal schooling because the damage to be wrought by late recognition of dyslexia may be irreversible. Psychological and behavioral studies, however, warn against relying on signs and folk beliefs in detecting learning difficulties. If these patently unscientific methods are made as basis of instructional programs... Assessment Approaches Available to Teachers In Detection of Learning Difficulties: An Evaluation1. Introduction Every self-respecting teacher should know how to recognize a dyslexic pu...
How has Identification Technology evolved in society through Biometrics?
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...pupil in a human eye that resembles a snowflake which research indicates that no two are alike. This aids in explaining the chaotic morphogenesis process that explains the uniqueness in it that is exhibited by its distinctive patterns (Ratha 2008... HOW HAS IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY EVOLVED IN SOCIETY THROUGH BIOMETRICS? Introduction Biometrics can be define as the use of statistics in coming up with biological information. Through the use of biometry we understand the behavioural characteristics of an individual and also the physiological characteristics. This characteristics are believed to varying in different individuals in the sense that we posses unique characteristics that are different from one...
Winslow Homer and his Eight bells
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...apt description of the man who have been a sincere chronicler of natural life in fin de siècle... The painter of the sea: Winslow Homer and his Eight bells There have been of the sea, like James Fennimore Cooper and there have been poets of the sea, like Samuel Taylor Coleridge. But if there is a painter of the sea, it must be American artist Winslow Homer. When one thinks of Coleridge’s haunting lines from Ancient Mariner: Like a painted ship/ on a painted ocean, one cannot but be reminded of Homer’s Gulf Stream or Maine Coast or even his masterpiece Eight Bells. Robert Hughes’s1 assessment of the writer is powerful: “Some major artists create popular stereotypes that last for decades; others never rea...
"Discuss how moving-image(film and tv) based knowledge, drama and speaking and listening can contribute to pupil self confidence as readers and writers in the light of your study of "Macbeth"
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...pupils involved in the process. It is a mutually interactive process in which students sit forming a circle. For example, if the lesson is based on Macbeth, one student in the circle may move to another in the circle and say, “You really think a lot of yourself, don’t you?”. The second student may move to a third and say, “I expect meeting the hags was a bit of the trauma. Do you think... The importance of moving image in education: An educator’s perspective: Educators all over the world have recognized the importance of moving image in the literature and it can thus be considered as a global language. Its use in education has been realized and greatly promoted in the 21st century in the course of...
How Can a Child with ADHD Be Supported And Included In School Education
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...apt to be more or less problematic depending on certain environmental contexts. If a student's ADHD-related behaviour is exacerbated or improved in certain situations -- such as interactions with certain teachers, classroom environments, or specific tasks... Running Heads: CHILD WITH ADHD How Can a Child with ADHD Be Supported And Included In School Education of the of the institution] How Can a Child with ADHD Be Supported And Included In School Education Introduction Perhaps the most striking omission of school-based treatment outcome research for students with ADHD has been the examination of teacher factors that may have a significant bearing upon outcome. As a result, the conceptualization of ADHD ...
Discuss and critically analyse current research perspectives on reflective practice
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...pupils are classified under these two theories. Dorn (1999, p.68-69) asserts that reflective children favour a direct and assertive approach while impulsive children prefer a more yielding and passive approach to a reasoning task. Dependant/ independent theory emulated by Dorn suggests field independent in colleges are attracted to math, natural science and engineering while filed dependents are attracted to humanities, social science and education. These two theories are useful in student assessment areas. BENEFITS OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: Reflective practice has well been realised to be an apt tool for improvement... Discuss and Critically Analyse the Current Research Perspectives on Reflective...
Young people who may be experiencing SOCIAL EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOURAL DIFFICULTIES where should schools focus?
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...pupils with special educational needs (SEN) is teachers’ competence and personal attitude to (S)EBD learners. An overview of studies on the problem both on the international and national level points at the problem of teachers’ inability to maintain a positive atmosphere at the class and display adequate attitude towards SEBD children. According to a number of scholarly researches, teaching children with SEBD is thought... to be a frustrating job for many teachers, which may lead to their developing feeling of helplessness along with that of incompetence (Gray et al, 1996; Lennox, 1991; Leadbetter and Leadbetter, 1993; Chazan et al, 1994; Bennet, 1992). Hence, one of the issues that are...
Charles W. Chesnutts The Marrow of Tradition
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...pupil-teacher at the Howard School. Though Charles failed to formally graduate from the Howard School, his teaching experience provided him with opportunities and facilities to enhance his education. Charles proved to be a highly motivated and disciplined self learner who studied German, Greek and English Literature, with little help from anybody else. During this period, Charles travelled a lot and served at various summer teaching positions in North Carolina. In 1877, Charles was appointed the assistant principal of a school for colored... of the of the Concerned 24 0ctober 2008 Charles W. Chesnutt's "The Marrow of Tradition" Charles W. Chesnutt bears the honor of being America's first Afro-American...
Adolescent emotional development
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...pupil sings her heart out in the best way she could during an audition... Adolescent emotional development Question You are working with a 14-year-old female. Describe observations on below developmental areas that youwould see as alarming deviations from normal development and outline why you would consider each to be so. Physical (2 paragraph – 200 words) It would be alarming to observe a weight of 100 pounds and below since the average weight for girls at the adolescent stage at 14 years old is 105 to 115 pounds. She could be suffering from malnutrition if this is the case. In addition, many young girls of today are suffering from anorexia. Their bodies do not get the right nutrition since they refus...
Parents Role in the Care and Development of Children with Disabilities
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...apt to fit the needs of the family. Formal and informal workplace support is also essential for the parents to manage their work and their duty of taking acre of the disabled child. The authorities of the work place should understand so that the parents who are taking care of a child with special are in need of adjustments in their work time. Studies have estimated that there is a lack of fit between the work and the exceptional care responsibilities and the support from the community resources and the supports. It is said that there is a “widening gap” (Disabilities... ?Parents Role in the Care and Development of Children with Disabilities Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research...
Reducing Errors by Improving Pain Medication Knowledge
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...pupil reaction. Allergic reactions may be rash or urticaria. Respirator dysfunctions include respiratory depression, character, rate, and rhythm; the physician should be notified if respirations are less than 10 per minute. The patient or family should be taught several things. 1) The family should report any symptoms of central nervous system changes or allergic reactions. 2) The family should note that physical dependency may result when used for extended periods of time. 3) Withdrawal symptoms may occur, including: nausea; vomiting; cramps; fever; faintness; or anorexia. Dilaudid overdose is a medication... COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION Comprehensive Examination: Problem-Solving Proposal for...
Comprehensive Examination: Problem Solving Proposal for Reducing Errors by Improving Pain Medication Knowledge Using Dilaudid and Fentanyl in The Post Anesthesia Care Unit
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...pupil reaction. Allergic reactions may be rash or urticaria. Respirator dysfunctions include respiratory depression, character, rate, and rhythm; the physician should be notified if respirations are less than 10 per minute. The patient or family should be taught several things. 1) The family should report any symptoms of central nervous system changes or allergic reactions. 2) The family... COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION Comprehensive Examination: Problem-Solving Proposal for Reducing Errors by Improving Pain Medication Knowledge Using Dilaudid and Fentanyl In The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents……………………………………………………2 Statement of Originality…………………………………………….3 Abstract……………...
What are the health implications of binge drinking for younger people aged 15-25?
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...pupil has been associated with declining cognitive functioning. Thus, it has been hypothesised that cognitive malfunction among heavy drinkers may be attributed to cholinergic inadequacy and to the deterioration of the central nervous system. Such dilation transpires when tropicamide is instilled resulting in the inhibition of cholinergic receptors. In turn, the pupil dilates and is this taken as a sign of aggravated... Binge Drinking and its Health Implications for Younger People Aged 15-25 Chapter Introduction This dissertation’s main point is on the health implications of binge drinking for younger people aged 15-25. The author believes that the topic is very relevant in her field area, which is...
Review of Literature
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...pupil performance. The tests promote accountability among schools. Performance... ?Review of Literature Introduction Worldwide, countries have placed a strong emphasis on school attendance as a key strategy for educating their young towards adulthood, citizenship, and productivity. Typically, countries have adopted a form or system of compulsory education. The age range of compulsory education differ across countries and countries have various degrees of intensity and energy in implementing their compulsory education but a form of compulsory education is being implemented worldwide just the same. The young have to be exposed to education before they can even imbibe a portion of education. Even if not all ...
Inclusion: The Gender Divide
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...pupils. It is here that instead of plain theoretical development, practical experience in real life must be integrated into education through a cycle of action-reflection-action (Kolb, 1984). Experiential learning must be used to bring about this change... Inclusion: The Gender Divide Introduction Formal education is a structured effort made by society to impart skills and ways of thinking consideredessential for making a positive contribution to society (Encyclopaedia, 2006). Education is targeted at making a person more competent and capable of inclusion into the society as a valued and appreciated member. The opportunity to access education must be equal for everyone; this essay explores the...
Inclusion: The Gender Divide
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...pupils. It is here that instead of plain theoretical development, practical experience in real life must be integrated into education through a cycle of action-reflection-action (Kolb, 1984). Experiential learning must be used to bring about this change... Inclusion: The Gender Divide Introduction Formal education is a structured effort made by society to impart skills and ways of thinking considered essential for making a positive contribution to society (Encyclopaedia, 2006). Education is targeted at making a person more competent and capable of inclusion into the society as a valued and appreciated member. The opportunity to access education must be equal for everyone; this essay explores the...
Discuss methods for mitigating challenges encountered in the classroom given that some students are learning English as a second and third language
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...pupil (Hernández, 2003). It is well known that language ability is an integral facet of general knowledge and learning ability. Prior educational experiences can influence the destiny of learners from non-English speaking backgrounds at English schools (Candlin & Mercer, 2001). For recent arrivals, the educational experiences they have had in their country can play an important role in determining their success at school in England. The extent of formal schooling and the level reached previous to their migration will determine their familiarity with learning in an academic situation. Also, overseas- educated parents of English... Running ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES A Review of English ...
Information Technology Enhanced Management of Schools
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...apt to be low. Moreover, access to very large amounts of information can be obtained at low incremental cost. IT offers mass customization: Technology allows faculty to accommodate individual differences in student goals, learning styles, and abilities, while providing improved convenience for both students and faculty on an "any time, any place" basis" (Massy and Zemsky, 2008, pg. 3). "Perhaps IT's most widely known potential, through such tools as the Internet and the various online databases, is access to enormous quantities of information. As systems become increasingly... Information Technology Enhanced Management of Schools Context of the Problem According to Leidner and Jarvenpaa (1995, pg To use ...
Exploring inclusion in a UK primary school
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...pupils by customizing the curricular organization to them and providing and allocating the necessary resources in compliance to the expectation of equal opportunities. According to Becker, Dumas, and Roberts (2000), there are numerous social, academic, and behavioral benefits for students with SEN placed in inclusive settings. These are gained without negatively impacting the educational experience of the other mainstream students. Karsten et al. (2001) conclude that children with SEN do better academically and socially when they are educated in regular classes than in non-inclusive classes. Kauffman and Hallahan (1995... ? Chapter II: Review of Literature Introduction This chapter looks at the...
Exploring inclusion in a UK primary school
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...pupils by customizing the curricular organization to them and providing and allocating the necessary resources in compliance to the expectation of equal opportunities. According to Becker, Dumas, and Roberts (2000... ? Chapter II: Review of Literature Introduction This chapter looks at the literature that is related to the understanding of inclusion within education. It involves a consideration of disabilities, government laws and the support of inclusion. It will also look into teachers’ attitudes towards inclusion and the observed social behaviour of children within an inclusive class and effective strategies in the teaching-learning process with children with special education needs. Diagnosing...
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