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Classroom Managment
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Convenience and cost effectiveness of online databases informed the approach. The search was however restricted to professional sources. The study sought to investigate classroom… questionnaires, was used for the study that reported application of strategies such as physical classroom arrangement, audio equipment, rules, and schedules as strategies.…
Sound Field Amplification Systems in the Classroom
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Sound Field Amplification in the Classroom: Not Just for the Hearing Impaired Nicole Megale A research paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Siena Heights University Adrian, MI May 2011 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Statement of the Problem 5 Definitions 5 Review of Literature 7 Statement of the Hypothesis 10 Introduction Sound field amplification is being used all over the country in classrooms to enrich the learning experience.…
How the environment plays a role in learning
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In line with this, the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a typical classroom learning environment, Web-based or computer based learning environment, and living environment will be… e student enters the advance stage in learning, the use of computer-based learning and living environment has to be incorporated in the school curriculum in order to maximize…
INCORPORATING VISUAL AIDS INTO ESL CLASSROOM: AN INNOVATION TO ENHANCE READING COMPREHENSION
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Incorporating Visual Aids Into ESL Classroom: An Innovation To Enhance Reading Comprehension Name: Lecturer: Institution: Course: Date: Abstract The study on the use of visual aids in the ESL classroom has become an effective and innovative approach for enhancing reading comprehension.… The statement of the research problem revealed the significance of using…
Interactive White Board Use and Its impact on Student Achievement in Middle School Mathematics
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Interactive Whiteboards Literature Review In today’s world of education children seem to learn better when they have some way to interact with their learning. Generally, there are computers in the classroom that enhance the students’ opportunity to be creative and understand the learning at a deeper level.… Some of the advantages of this learning are that it…
Writing and childrens learning in the 21st century
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All ages are using technology in performing their activities as it has surrounded society. In the classroom today, technology has become a major aspect as today’s learners are using both… However, as a result, this might create pedagogic implications to a practitioner. In the 21st century, technology has been encouraged to be used throughout the learning…
Differentiated Instruction In the Classroom
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The purpose of this project is to create a reflective essay around research findings on “best practices” lesson plans that include differentiation in order to meet the diverse learning needs of all students in a classroom. By examining various theorists, there will be the ability to understand and relate to the needs with teaching differentiation in instruction. …
Power Point Presentation in Lectures
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In contemporary educational context, the Power Point presentations consitute a part of daily lesson plans. The presentations keep the students engaged from the moment they entered the classroom to the moment they left the room with their homework. As current literature and various pedagogical styles state, the use of Power Point is more then an integration of technology from a "how can I be a better teacher." It is a process of infusing more technology into the classroom, fine tuning classroom management, and ensuring that students learned from bell to bell.…
Differentiated Instructions in the classroom
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In the paper “Differentiated Instructions in the classroom” the author analyzes realistic and practical approaches to the implementation of differentiated instruction, as well as redefining the various methods. He creates a stronger sense of how education can evolve to different options for learning. … The Montessori curriculum, which naturally provides…
Barriers Impeding Technology Integration in Education
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Technology in education is the way for education in the 21st century. Scholars, teachers and all the stakeholders of the issue of technology in education agree to the significance of the connection between the two.… Thus, there now exists a gap between abstracted theories and concrete realities of technological integration in classroom pedagogy. This research…
School Curriculum
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One of the most essential responsibilities of the educational systems and institutions is to ensure that the school curriculum has been effective in catering for the needs of all students and several media articles and journal articles have dealt with this topic in a significant way.… One of the most important journal articles on the topic, "Teaching and…
The Importance of Outside Classroom Activities in Promoting Oral Fluency in an EFL Context
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However, in and a stay-home context, where English is not the mother tongue, students’ exposure to the second language is often… Consequently, creating opportunities outside the classroom for students to speak English is an effective strategy in compensating for students’ limited use of the L2. Research studies have shown that external classroom activities…
Barriers Impeding Technology Integration in Education
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Abstract Technology in education is the way for education in the 21st century. Scholars, teachers and all the stakeholders of the issue of technology in education agree to the significance of the connection between the two. However, despite the unanimity in attitude and belief that integration of technology in classroom pedagogy is essential in learning, fact remains that technological integration in classroom pedagogy is not overwhelming.…
K-12 and Technology Research Paper
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This paper defines instructional technologies and their place in K-12 curriculums. Barriers to using technologies in curriculum design and the role of effective curriculums in creating technology-oriented learning environments are discussed.… The paper answers the question why technology sources in K-12 curriculums need to be referenced. Keywords: K-12,…
Research Project Proposal on Emerging Technologies
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The purpose of this research project proposal is to find and identify the different ways that Twiddla and YouTube can be efficiently integrated in the teaching of K-12 students. Both tools have their own critical way of ensuring that students’ learning is performed efficiently… To begin with, tutors want to be able to collaborate with their as well as…
Introduction to social media in the classroom
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This study seeks to determine the levels of the engagement that students have with their teachers on social media and whether social media has been in improving the performance of students in class. The use of social media has been increasing in the recent past especially among… The intended audience for this study will be teachers, students and administrators…
Smart classroom
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Starting from the recent developments in the area of teaching – both in terms of methodology and the technology designed to meet the constantly teaching/ learning needs, as well as the challenges teachers are increasingly faced with, this paper aims to examine the extent to… Therefore, this paper aims to take a critical view of the use of smart classrooms, and…
Mobile Technology
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According to Elias (2011), mobile learning has different meanings; it ranges from resource used in the classroom such as tablets notebooks computers and mobile phones. This type of learning focuses on the movement of the student, relating with movable equipment, and knowledge… The use of these tools has turned to be an informal procedure in the learning…
An Investigation: What Elements Are Needed In A Classroom Discipline Plan
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This assignment reflects on the history of American elementary schools and struggle towards the control of improving educational standards public schools in United States of America. There are some historical issues that have been discussed in this analytical report, along with… It also sheds light on the most effective method of discipline. Elementary…
New Reading Program
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There is a movement underway in many school systems to complete the transition away from basal reading programs and more towards systems of instruction that facilitate an organic growth of reading-comprehension based on texts written to be read. Basal and purely… The purpose of reading and the context of the passage must be included in the education process.…
Translational methods from basal instruction to a differentiated pedagogical system
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There is a movement underway in many school systems to complete the transition away from basal reading programs and more towards systems of instruction that facilitate an organic growth of reading-comprehension based on texts written to be read.… There is a movement underway in many school systems to complete the transition away from basal reading programs and…
The Design and Implementation of Virtual Classroom for Distance Learning
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Considering that the total number of online enrollees in 2000 is only 194,580; the total number of online students in 2006 rose up to… Based on the result of the survey questionnaires and personal interviews, the researcher will determine the best design of a virtual classroom for second language distance learning including a proposed implementation strategy.…
Does The Use of Technology Effect's Young Literacy Learners, In A Positive Or Negative Way
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Name Date Course Section/# Abstract: This brief analysis will consider whether or not the use of technology positively or negatively affects the literacy of young learners. As a means of performing such a task, the analysis will rely on the analysis of prior literature as well as seeking to weigh the results that such authors have presented to determine the net result that the increasingly technologic focused classroom provides to the student with a net benefit, net drawback, or little change whatsoever in the learning objectives of the educational system.…
Learning Behaviour
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This paper shall discuss about how children can learn to behave appropriately in school and so in society. The paper would also identify and critically analyse strategies school and individuals (teachers, support staff and children) use to manage behaviour and considering how behaviour management might (or might not) lead to children learning appropriate behaviour.…
Creating a plan for addressing the needs and issues in a muliticultural classroom
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In an environment with people from different cultures attending school together, one needs to understand the culture where another comes from if harmony… an that empowers students to achieve their highest potential, which in turn demands an equal, fair, and a culture sensitive teaching-learning process. This process involves specific teaching methods and…
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