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Competences for Nurse Educators
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...educators are expected to combine competences in clinical expertise and strong passion for teaching. They have a role to prepare new nurses and advance developments in the practice of healthcare. As such, nurse educators have a strong background in the clinical settings, desirable communication skills and are culturally competent. They must be flexible to fast adapt new curricula and developments as a result of innovations in their field as well as evolutions in the environment of practice. As a nurse educator I will be conducting research, publishing, shaping public policy, engaging in service to the community and preparing grant proposals. The field presents a bright career outlook given...  Nurse edu...
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Questions Educators must ask
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...Educator i Questions for an educator An educator has a large area of influence with its attendant responsibilities. The changing mores and value systems of the society have their own influence on the education system Participating intimately with the process of learning, an educator knows the social nature of learning. He realizes that learning is more effective when done in a group. .As a student of personality, the educator needs to do constant introspection to be effective. There are some fundamental questions an educator should ask himself before he embarks on his mission. These questions are concerned with his students The first of the questions he should ask himself... of the earth...
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Professional Educators Making A Difference
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...Educators Making a Difference Introduction Based on my experience and what the teaching profession entails, I do believe that stopping just at the level of Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education is not enough, I need to further my education to the level of doctorate. That is when I shall become a professional educator who can deliver in the classroom and make the learners highly pass their exams, because professional educators make a different in various learning institutions. It is my sincere perception that education ultimately depends on what happens in the classroom. It also depends on the relationship between the learners and the educator; hence it is imperative... that a cordial...
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Professional Educators Making A Difference
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...Educators Making a Difference It is a fact that professional educators bring about the much needed difference within the educational domains. The reason is manifested through the rigorous training regimes that they have to undergo in order to achieve success within the educational quarters (Watters, 2009). It is a well-known premise that the professional educators require encouragement since they undertake measures to make sure that they remain top notch and committed to their job tasks (Askham, 2005). They guarantee that their work is being completely documented so that the entire society is at a benefit in one way or the other. The professional educators are therefore bringing about... Professional...
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Why Educators Should Do Research
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...Educators Should Do Research number Why Educators Should Do Research Part A Reflective practice, even as frequently mistook with reflection, is neither a single nor a stress-free, meditative process. In essence, reflective practice is a demanding, challenging and frequently trying procedure, which is most flourishing as a collaborative endeavor (Minott, 2009). Even though, the phrase reflective practice is understood and interpreted in diverse ways, reflective practice is considered as a way through which practitioners can form a wider level of self-awareness concerning the nature, as well as the impact of their performance. This is the type of awareness, which shapes opportunities... ,...
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Progressive Education and Progressive Educators
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...Education and Progressive Educators Progressive Education and Progressive Educators Most progressives believed that "the people" were fundamentally wise and good. If freed from institutional restraints, such as nominating conventions, partisan designations, and formal party structure, "the people" could be relied upon to provide their elected leaders with trustworthy guidance. This guidance would manifest itself in direct primary elections and initiative, referendum, and recall procedures. The six general themes of progressives were (1) the important role of the government in economic power, (2) redevelopment of the political institutions, (3) scientific methods as a core... Running Head Progressive...
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Role of Nurse Educators in Saudi Arabia
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...Educators in Saudi Arabia: An Analysis 24 May 2009 Nursing has been for long respected by each and every human being. The profession gets so much respect that it deserves utmost care by the nurses to maintain the respect and regard that the profession has received for so many years. With so much at stake, nurse educators have tough task on hand to provide nurses for the development of nation's health care industry. Nurse educators are tasked to ensure that nursing graduates are fully prepared to function effectively in the clinical setting and at the same time, they are also responsible for scholarly works that would improve the nursing education... . Qualitative Research Proposal Role of Nurse...
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How Educators Can Meet the Challenge
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...Educators Can Meet the Challenge? Annotated Bibliography Thornton, J. G. (2009). Learning English as a second language in South Korea: Perceptions of 2nd year college and university students and their English speaking instructors. The University of Southern Queensland. Retrieved from http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/Thesis/Thesis-Thornton.pdf. This research was directed at canvassing the opinions regarding the learning of foreign language of Korean English instructors and the second year students of English from the South Korean University. The researcher has analyzed their opinions in South Korean context and according to the rules of the Second Language Acquisition...
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The Importance of Educators Today on Families
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...educators today on families, Communities and the nation The importance of educators Unlike in the past wheninformation technology was not available, it is now easier to gain knowledge about anything through the electronic and print media. The internet especially has made it easier for people to access any information they need. However, the role of educators such as teachers in the community is still relevant in the modern society. It is through the career counseling that they guide the students on the bets career choices to avoid a situation where they land in jobs that they do not enjoy. An effective career guide helps the students achieve their best since they stay focused... The importance of...
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Curriculum and Methods for Early Childhood Educators
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...Educators 16th May, Introduction Contemporary curriculum approaches inearly childhood education stress the magnitude of making available to the young children experiences that foster holistic development and promote positive attitudes. They should also be developmentally appropriate to the life and learning of the young children. Early childhood teachers, therefore, must acquire the knowledge necessary to implement and develop child centered curriculum practices that inherently stimulate and motivate the young ones desire to become engaged in their own learning. The realistic goals is to help a child achieve intellectual growth, develop a positive self... ?Curriculum and Methods for Early Childhood...
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Assessing Other Educators' Attitudes Toward Students' Families
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...Educator’s Attitude Towards Families Criticizing Teacher Being a parent, the response of first teacher is not at all agreeable. This teacher’s statement is no way acceptable to me, as a parent, I believe it is the duty and responsibility of a teacher to understand a student and their parent’s approach to them. To me, this teacher sounds less responsible, understanding and co –operation. She does not understand the full potentiality and scope of her profession. A teacher’s role does not finish in school but also should extend to parents if the child’s welfare demands for it. Students are supported mentally and physically by both parents and teacher as he interacts with both during... Assessing other...
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Nurse educators' perception using simulation in teaching:Change in Technology
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...Educators' Perception using Simulation in Teaching: Change in Technology Introduction Simulation is a teaching methodology in nursing which involves students taking an active role. The students are immersed into a realistic clinical situation where they are required to integrate core concepts and knowledge learnt in a theoretical class. During the process the students apply critical thinking and decision making skills used in nursing. The nursing process involves assessment, diagnosis, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Simulation as a mode of education in nursing has been present from the era of the Second-World-War. This was experienced in the form of role playing and CPR... ?Nurse...
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How educators can best teach through play for children)
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...Educators Can Best Teach Through Play for Children Introduction Play is important to the learning process of children. Because a child engages cognitively and physically, it plays a big role in the learning process of a child. In fact, a child learns best by engaging in play, especially when it matters and put in the right context. By engaging students in play during the process of learning contributes in their ability to understand concepts the educator is teaching. In the rapid growth and development stages of a child, play significantly expands their thinking capacity. Additionally, play makes children physically strong, thus growing in a health way....
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Web Literacy for Educators: Summary of Chapters 1 and 2
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...Educators”: Summary of Chapters 1 and 2. Chapter 1: “Web Basics for Critical Thinking.” Chapter 1 aims to promote the critical understanding of the structure of the Web, its punctuation, and its grammar. November defines the various terms used on the Internet. He starts with defining the Internet as “a network of many different computers, all over the world, connected together” (7). Web browsers, which are software (computer programs) for fetching Web pages, call up Internet Protocol addresses, or IP Addresses. These addresses are in numeric form. However, IP addresses have a corresponding Domain Name which makes the Web sites easier to remember and navigate. A domain name has...  “Web Literacy for...
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Avoiding Burn-out in Community College Technical Educators
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...Educators of the of the of the Date of Submission Abstract This paper aims to find effective methods by which community college technical educators can avoid burnout related to their work. The concept and significance of community colleges will be examined. The different challenges that adversely impact teaching effectiveness of the faculty at community colleges include heavy and repetitive work loads for instructors due to a diverse student population, most of whom are academically underprepared. Role conflict, role ambiguity, lack of intellectual work environment, and absence of institutional support to counter stress and development of burnout... ? Avoiding Burnout in Community College Technical...
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RE: Mastery in Education Specialty:Reflective Educators & Mastery Demonstration
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...Educators & Mastery Demonstration Lifelong learning is an activity of learning undertaken throughout life to improve knowledge, skills, and competence. A lifelong learner is a self-motivated person in pursuit of knowledge for personal or professional use. Lifelong learning is voluntary and not confined to school, age, or to a certain situation but happens throughout a person’s life. Professional educators carry the vision of the world. They are persons who have skills to impart other people’s life in diverse ways. To sustain and acquire knowledge, a professional educator needs lifelong learning skills. Besides acquiring knowledge to remain competitive in the market, lifelong learners... Reflective...
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Nurse Educators Perceptions Using Simulation in Teaching: Change in Technology
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...Educators’ Perceptions Using Simulation in Teaching: Change in Technology by Marline A Concept Paper Submitted to the Abraham S. Fischler School of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Education Nova Southeastern University 2013 Table of Contents Page Simulation is an education technique that is often used when an instructor wants to provide a realistic method to students. It is particularly valued in nurse education because it is thought to “replicate clinical practices in a safe... ...
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Necessity of Philosophy of Education for Teachers or Educators
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...Education for Teachers or Educators There are essential differences between man and animal, which makes “education’ possible for man and one can only train animal (Vargas, 1994, p.273). It makes possible The philosophy of education can be of forms as realism, idealism, existentialism or pragmatism and implications can be drawn by one for teaching, education, curriculum, learning or other important issues of education (Orteza and Miranda, 2001, p.3). There are four major educational philosophies on the properties of knowledge and the way of knowing it within the frame of epistemology. These approaches of educational philosophy are recently used in the classrooms widely... ?A. Necessity of Philosophy of...
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Position Paper: Are General Educators Attitudes Improving Toward the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities
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...Educators and with Disabilities Educators and with Disabilities [Institute’s Educators and Students with Disabilities Educators have traditionally endorsed the need for inclusion of students with disabilities into the classroom. This said most educators believe that they lack adequate resources to provide quality accommodation for disable students. It is an understanding that over the passage of time, the attitude of educators towards students with disabilities has improved, but the change has been rather slow and reluctant. The governments have made efforts to help accelerate the inclusion of students with disabilities into the educational programs designed. To support the process... Running Head:...
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Why is it important for educators to understand how to interpret test scores
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...educators to understand how to interpret test scores? To understand better why it is important for educators to understand how to interpret test scores, it would be necessary to state the purpose of scoring tests. Determining the purpose of scores in tests, be it diagnostic test or aptitude test would lead us to understand the importance of interpreting scores. Test scores are used by educators to assess and evaluate students learning. In the process of evaluating the student’s performance by comparing it with a set of criteria, educators are able to determine the student’s progress, strengths and weakness as a learner (Hoy and Hoy, 2009). Through this objective... and measurable...
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Impact of terrorism on employee engagement of female educators in peshawar, pakistan
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...educators, educating pupils aged 12-16 in Peshawar, Pakistan 0. INTRODUCTION This research focuseson the recent terrorist activities taking place within Pakistan. Women as a group have now become one of the major targets of extreme religious terrorist bodies within the region. The research focuses on the extent to which female educators’ engagement with their work and their organisation have been affected. The literature provides evidence of research being carried out on indogenous factors affecting employee engagement. Terrorism’s impact on women is largely ignored in the broader context of the schools of the region. This is a major exogenous factor... ?Impact of terrorism on the engagement of female...
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Parents as Educators
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...education must have a clear understanding of the value of play because this is an important medium through which children learn about the world. Children are vulnerable to many dangers in childhood, and it is important for me to identify the needs of any child in my care and work in collaboration with others to ensure that each child has the best possible start in life. I feel... ? Concept Paper: Play. June Introduction This paper examines the importance of the theme of “play” and its relation to family engagement. After this brief introduction it traces the way that play influences young children’s learning. The importance of this theme for the writer as a teacher candidate interested in early child...
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A qualitative study of early childhood educators beliefs about key preschool classroom experiences
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...educators’ beliefs about how to work with children gettingready for kindergarten in an effective manner. 2 Previous researchers established a direct relationship between classroom quality and children’s cognitive and social development. The researchers also reported that the beliefs of early childhood teachers influence children’s development. Specifically, previous researchers found that early childhood educators hold beliefs and practices that relate with developmentally appropriate practices more than teachers in kindergarten through third grade do. 3 The purpose of this study is to address the literature... Answers to Questions about the Article The study seeks to establish an early childhood...
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The role of educators to promote human rights and social justice
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...educators to promote human rights and social justice Introduction Education scholars are increasingly claiming a social justice framework in their undertakings. Similarly, education programs are incorporating statements on the significance of social justice and an increasing proportion of educator training programs are basically oriented toward a social justice vision (Hytten & Bettez, 2011). The term social justice is utilized in proposals for educational reforms and mission statements for schools. The integration of a social justice framework in the education entails moving beyond vocational and functionalist approaches on schooling that highlight the importance of education... as they...
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Analysis of the Legal Freedom Rights Enjoyed by the Educators with Examples of Special Scenario
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...EDUCATORS Analysis of the Legal Freedom Rights Enjoyed by the Educators with Examples of Special Scenarios First Name Last Name University Name Class Professor Date The United States courts lay strong emphasis on the importance of the protection of the freedom rights granted to an educator. In the majority of cases, when judging ‘teacher versus administration’ conflict cases, this point tends to rule favorably in the interest of teachers, thus strengthening their rightful position and protecting them from any unfavorable discrimination. However, the law also clearly states that teachers should not expect to start expressing personal... towards his stance. Although, he did have the right to...
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The Myth of the Cave. The role of philosophers and educators in society
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...educators have to aware of the dangers that they pose to students and to themselves by giving an education different from what others receive. Ancient and contemporary educators are known to be guided by a curriculum in what they teach. Do these curricula guarantee that students are free from being misguided or misled? I believe that the answer is a resounding NO! Humans are born into an already existing world. They find other humans who have varied beliefs and conceptions. Throughout the life of humans, they come to know certain things as they found them to be. They proceed to believe that these things are the truth and reality. When... The Myth of the Cave This paper discusses the notion that...
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The use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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...educators with a valuable tool to improve their teaching. Progress Monitoring within an RTI Model Progress monitoring serves a critical role in determining specific learning disabilities. According to Thomas (2010), the several types... and Mathew (2007), progress monitoring helps to show a student’s performance trend over time and to determine whether the student’s performance is appropriate in the effective curriculum. Tier 2 of Progress Monitoring: Thompson and Morse (2004) posited that the objective of progress monitoring is to gauge the extent to which intervention is effective in assisting learners at an optimum rate. In this tier, timely decisions about student progress are essential...
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What are the strengths and limitations of viewing learning as apprenticeship What implication does this have for educators
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...educators? by 17 January 2011 What are the strengths and limitations of viewing learning as apprenticeship? What implication does this have for educators? Introduction How to teach children and adults has long been one of the most problematic issues for scholars. Dozens of theories and models were developed, to explain human cognitive development and apply this knowledge to improve various systems of learning and knowledge delivery in educational settings. The current state of educational science is associated with relative flexibility of the learning approaches and openness... to the improvement and implementation of the new theories and ideas. In the meantime, older systems of...
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Research paper discussing the use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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...educators. After capturing the facts concerning a student’s actual progress, educators can adjust instructional techniques and other intervention responses accordingly (Evans & Lang, 2006). Enhancement of Decision Making Technically, the first benefit of progress monitoring assessments... Use of Progress Monitoring Tools for Teaching Introduction In academics, progress monitoring assessments serves the purpose ofquantifying an individual’s progress. Mere improvement in grades may not be an objective indication of learning effectiveness. Commonly, progress monitoring tools are used in ascertaining students’ performance. However, teachers can use these tools in order to improve their teaching methods....
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The Effectiveness of Performance Evaluations for Educators
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... Comparing SAP ECC 6.0 and Microsoft Dynamics GP10 based on payment document management Microsoft dynamic GP 10 gives its users a chance to enter payment and receipts using such methods as promissory notes or bills of exchange, use of credit cards, checks alongside cash payments. There are two types of payment document; those that have a specific payment due date and those whose due date are not specified. Payment documents can be managed by both the SAP and Microsoft system. SAP system is a standard-based and open solution designed for deployment of enterprise where security, collaboration and business content are considered critical. Users enjoy access to work and collaborate on corporate... Comparing ...
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Write an essay on how educators enacted learning experiences is influenced by how they think about curriculum &topics & issues relating to schoolingand/or society write an essay that agrees or disagrees with this statement
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...Educators Introduction Conceptually, curriculum is regarded as an authoritative prescription for study courses of varied schools or schools system. The prescription generally forms the contents that are required to be covered specifically at the time of designing a specific curriculum (Blaise & Nuttall, 2011, p. 79-109 ; Marsh, 2009, p. 3-15). Thus, curriculum can be apparently observed as defining what the schools intend to perform with respect to their respective course design (Brady & Kennedy, 2007, p. 3-13; Koliba, 2000). Thus, the prime intent of the essay... Influence of Thinking about Curriculum & Topics & Issues Relating To Schooling and/or Society on the Enacted Learning Experiences of the...
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Response Paper Assignment: Summarize each ofthe CHES(Certified Health Education Specialist) seven areas of responsibility (Use APA citations) 2. Summarize the health educators code of ethics (NJ) (Use APA citations)
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...Education Specialist (CHES) national certification examination focuses on Seven Areas of Responsibility. The Seven Areas of Responsibility set the overall framework for practice in health education by healthcare education specialists (NCHEC, SOPHE and AAHE, 2010). The first area of responsibility for a health educator is in assessing individual and community needs, assets and capacity for health education. The process of assessment requires planning. This involves identifying existing and required resource, engaging stakeholders and applying models to a given planning strategy to develop... CHES Responsibility Areas of Ethics Summary of the CHES seven areas of responsibility The Certified Health...
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The use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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... Critical Definition: Case study of Religion In The Science of Good and Evil by Michael Shermer, the term religion appears as a critical term that requires a lot of attention in order to discern the true meaning. In order to devise the most suitable definition for the term “evolution of morality”, it is important to discern how the author utilizes the terms. In his topic, the author compares words using contemporary theology and religion scholars. The author has a conviction that the progressive utopian that underlies religion does not clash with the concept of faith. In fact, the fundamental premise of the book is that moral propensities and principles are the end-result of forces... Critical...
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In 333 words, defend or refute the accusation that Alone Together is the misguided rant of an alarmist Luddite. You may wish to refer to MIT Profile, London Review of Books, Christian Educators Journal, Inventing the Self, T. David Gordon, Brian Sarnacki,
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... Task Alone together is a misguided rant of an alarmist Luddite The world embraces technological innovations in all aspects of its development. We are proud to be connected by technology, more so the internet. It makes the world be one global village where we reach each other faster and are able to perform our duties without constraint. Connection is no longer through landlines but handset devises such as mobile phones and Google glass. However, technology denies us chances to explore life, concentrate academically and embrace self acceptance. It is the source of social disintegration and narcissism among people. As such it is false that Alone Together is a misguided rant of an alarmist... Task Alone...
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Describe three commonalities
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...education professionals. Professional educators are portrayed as leaders who believe in the academic capabilities of their students. All students have the potential to learn and develop academically. However, educators have the mandate to facilitate the success of students by assisting them in setting achievable expectations (Conceptual Framework, 2015). Special educators work with individuals with exceptionalities to help them achieve satisfactory learning outcomes. The three... Describe commonalities al Affiliation Commonalities are shared features or characteristics. Various shared attributes appear in the sources provided for analysis. The three websites emphasize on standard behaviour for...
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Child Abuse Critique
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...Educators) It is very unlikely that educators will come into contact with substance-exposed newborns. (Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Reporting, and Responding for Educators) According to statistics released by the Virginia Department of Social Services Online Automated Data System (2007) physical neglect is far more prevalent in Virginia accounting... The law of the of Virginia recognizes and outlaws five distinct categories of child abuse and neglect. These forms of child abuse and neglect are characterized as, physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, mental abuse or “emotional maltreatment” and “substance-exposed newborns.” (Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Reporting, and Responding for...
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How art can be used as a legitimate and useful method for educating
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...educating others. Art can be used effectively to educate, as it is something that is enjoyed by everyone in one form or another – be it music, theater or painting. In a study done by Colby and Haldeman, it was found that theater, peer-led theater to be exact, could be used successfully to educate young Latino children regarding good nutrition and healthy diets. This clearly illustrates the legitimacy of using art as a medium for education. Moreover, as there is more flexibility in art, it can be molded to fit the requirements and/or preferences of the group, thereby making it a more conducive medium... for the educators as well. The role of the educators...
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Technology and being a nurse educator
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...Educator This essay aims to address a two-fold objective, to wit to describe in detail how technology could affect a nurse educator; and (2) to discuss in detail how technology may affect learning. Technology and Being a Nurse Educator Introduction Nursing education today transforms from traditional teaching into a technology-based teaching and learning system. The application of technology in the classroom or clinical setting become increasingly apparent and grows exponentially. The field of nursing education needs a nurse educator that is competent, with unique application of nursing knowledge as well as responds to the knowledge evolution. Nursing education evolves... Technology and Being a Nurse...
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Technology and being a nurse educator
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...Educator This essay aims to address a two-fold objective, to wit to describe in detail how technology could affect a nurse educator; and (2) to discuss in detail how technology may affect learning. Technology and Being a Nurse Educator Introduction Nursing education today transforms from traditional teaching into a technology-based teaching and learning system. The application of technology in the classroom or clinical setting become increasingly apparent and grows exponentially. The field of nursing education needs a nurse educator that is competent, with unique application of nursing knowledge as well as responds to the knowledge evolution. Nursing education evolves... ? Technology and Being a Nurse...
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...educators should integrate this research, even though the topic is controversial. Wasserman notes that new technologies, such as the functional MRI, have evolved, and these technologies allow scientists to view the physical brain and how it develops. Due to these technological advances, researchers have discarded old theories of learning such as left-brained and right-brained. Based on the new ability to scan the brain, researchers have developed new theories about... Article Analysis Your Your Article Analysis In her article “The Correlation Between Brain Development, Language Acquisition, and Cognition,” Leslie Wasserman (2007) profiles developments in brain research and how early childhood...
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Addressing the Social and Emotional Needs of Twice Exceptional Gifted Students
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...educators in identifying, as well as in addressing not only the academic requirements, but also of social and emotional needs, were aptly determined and discussed. As disclosed, for educators who are the target audience for the article, the contents contain relevant information... which includes strategies that support the holistic needs of twice-exceptional students. At the time of writing, the author was a doctoral student of the School Psychology in the University of North Carolina. The article provides crucial information that is replete with instructional strategies that would assist educators in supporting the challenging needs of this particular type of students. As...
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Final Project Part IV: Core Competencies
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...Educators and Nurse Practitioners In the following paragraphs, the brief analysis of core competencies on Nurse Educators and Nurse Practitioners has been established in terms of similarities and differences: 1. Nurse educators have the responsibility for crafting an environment in laboratory, classroom and clinical arrangements that facilitates learning and the achievement of desired cognitive, effective, and psychomotor results, whereas Nurse practitioner is responsible for leading junior nursing staff in a practical situation to achieve the demands of the nursing profession. 2. Nurse educators identify... their responsibility for assisting students establish and develop as nurses and...
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Personal bias paper
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...education is a significant element in the contemporary world. This is because it addresses crucial aspects that are necessary in people’s lives. These elements include socio-economic status, gender, and physical ability among other aspects. Family life education enables both the instructors and their students to avoid unnecessary conflicts that relate to gender and race. Education on family life also enables people to appreciate the diversity that they need to embrace. For example, it makes people realize that different genders have their own significance in life. They also acknowledge that the phenomenon of socio-economic status is real. Apart... from these fundamental realizations, the...
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Assessments/Education
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...Educational Assessment Educational assessment refers to a process by which responses to natural or specially created stimuli are used, by their educators, to make inferences about their skills, knowledge of affective status. This process also known as educational tests or educational measurement, and its main function is the collection of evidence from students to aid their educators craft deductions about their status. The main points to note under this topic of educational assessment are the definition of an educational leader, what the educational leaders need to and what they do not need to know and the influence of Army Alpha of World War I on current educational tests (Popham, 2006... ...
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Health Education in Diverse Environments
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...Education in Diverse Environments Implementation of community health education requires mobilization of members of a particular community. Implementation also requires that a health educator organize as many members of a community as possible, discuss the need of addressing the targeted health concerns in that community and collect the required community resources (Robert, Jodi 2010). The process of community organizing also entails empowering and sensitizing a community so that as implementation progresses members of the respective community can confidently come out and voice out health issues affecting them. One principal factor that affects community health education is lack of ideal... ? Health...
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Health Education in Diverse Environments
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...Education in Diverse Environments In community In the community level, health education may initiate at individual or family level. However, sustaining change depends on the reinforcement at the community level. The strategies applied in this category must empower the community with the health information, create opportunities, encourage healthful choices and equip individuals with essential skills for accessing financial and other incentives. The scheme utilizes various educational components that include individual, group and community-wide programs (Wurzbach, 2004). Strategies at this level targets influencing public participation. This is because people should be encouraged... to...
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...educators in the medical sector. This means that there are fundamental differences that define how the code of ethics defines a health profession and that of an educator (Gary, 2009). Therefore, it is imperative to note the difference between these codes of ethics for an in-depth understanding. Additionally, this paper is going to discuss the code of ethics that define the health profession of nurses. It is crucial to define ethics as the guide that influences a person, group, or a profession in the form of conduct. It is further vital to observe... ? Patient Relationship Task: Patient Relationship Various s of ethics define various health professions. These s differ with those that apply to health...
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ADULT EDUCATION
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...educational workshop to develop entrepreneurial skills. As such, this small community conforms to the description of a social organization in terms of the Six Master Processes, as shown below: 1. Communication: Open communication pattern between participants and program promoters and educators were evidently applied. 2. Boundary Maintenance: This aspect is depicted through the perceived barrier between the authority and knowledge manifested by the educators, vis-à-vis those... of the participants, or the out-of-school youths. 3. Socialization: Socialization was perfectly observed through interaction between educators and participants through the learning process. 4....
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Differentiated Instruction for Student Readiness
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...educators to communicate with such students. Nevertheless, educators can practice more tolerance and try to find the appropriate ways of helping their students become more skilled in the English language. A statewide assessment of teachers in California recognized the top three challenges facing... ? Number: Assessment and Differentiation Differentiated Instruction for Readiness Introduction Teaching students or learners, who have a narrow understanding of the English language, can be a difficult task (Cruz, 2005). Since ESL learners speak a different language at home, a great number of them do not discern the meanings of basic English phrases and words. Therefore, it can be a tough task for teachers or...
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...Educators have a very strong influence on the in bringing out their best positive behavior toward everything (Nilson, 2010). A caring classroom community is a place where the students learn best interpersonal skills to collaborate with each other to learn best lessons of their lives. The basic traits required of students to help build an excellent classroom community are friendship, respect, sharing, honesty, and compassion. The educators can develop such a setting by encouraging students to make friendships, celebrate their friends’ birthdays, share their snacks in lunch time, make them play cooperatively, design respect notes for teachers, go on a nature... Explain how to develop a room community....
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