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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... , and...
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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... , and learning...
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Role of Nurse Educators in Saudi Arabia
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...should be trustworthy and educators should obtain high quality information. Further he also states that nurses are in greater demand to meet the future health care needs, in order to provide best quality nurses, nurse educators should be enrolled depending on their experience and qualification. (p. 3- 4) Hodges (2002) was more relevant and specific when she laid out the three basic roles that the nurse educator is expected to fulfill. Primary to these is the Teacher role wherein nurse... . Qualitative Research Proposal Role of Nurse 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...
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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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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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How educators can best teach through play for children)
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...educators should consider its use whenever teaching young children. In addition to its immense contribution in the development of the child, play especially music makes learning interesting and entertaining to the students. The fact that students remember what they see and do rather than what they are told makes it necessary for educators to use play as a tool of education. References Jarvis, L., Odell, K & Troiano, M. (2002). Role-Playing as a Teaching Strategy, Strategies for Application and Presentation. Dissertation. Retrieved from http://imet.csus.edu/imet3/odell/portfolio/grartifacts/Lit%20review.pdf MacDonald, R., Clark, M... How Educators Can Best Teach Through Play for Children Introduction...
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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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Progressive Education and Progressive Educators
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...education. John Dewey supported the idea that students should be active learners. The second phase, "Child Centered Education", took place between 1919-1930. Dewey promulgated and tested a child-centered approach in education. The phase of "social reconstruction" took place between 1930-1945. Scholars supposed that school, as the main social institution... Running Head Progressive 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...
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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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Avoiding Burn-out in Community College Technical Educators
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...educators, in order to improve teaching effectiveness, before evaluating teachers who may be frustrated in their attempts at successful teaching processes. Administrators would also need to involve faculty in developing the required conditions for raising the level of the academic program, and consequently the morale of those who teach in it (Miller et al, 2000). The mission of the community college, and its primary objectives should take into consideration the faculty as a major resource, since educators form the valuable human capital of the institutions. Although faculty senates and college faculty unions do not have the same privileges, the college... ? Avoiding Burnout in Community College Technical ...
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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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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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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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The role of educators to promote human rights and social justice
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...Education The function of education within a social justice framework involves the empowerment of learners to become active change agents in the community. Secondary school education in human rights should focus on developing the learners’ critical thinking skills in relation to their knowledge about human rights. Teaching about human rights entails transmitting information and ideas on human rights and promoting attitudes and values that support such rights. This is associated with the position that teaching for human rights is characterized by examination of fundamental components that consist of human rights including equality, freedom, justice, and life... The role of educators to promote human...
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The Myth of the Cave. The role of philosophers and educators in society
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...education that is different from what others receive. Education should not compel us to believe in one single thing. It should in fact encourage us to go and find out the truth for ourselves. All that we merely see... The Myth of the Cave This paper discusses the notion that 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...
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Web Literacy for Educators: Summary of Chapters 1 and 2
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...should be used in order to get the best results in any research. Works Cited. November, Alan C. Web Literacy for Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. 2008. Print....  “Web Literacy for 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...
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RE: Mastery in Education Specialty:Reflective Educators & Mastery Demonstration
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...educators contribute to constant reviews needed in areas of their speciality. They do this either through personal initiatives or when called upon to formulate laws and policies that fit certain situations. It is possible for a professional educator to do this through familiarising themselves with what is happening in other similar areas of the world and through constant learning. Where professional educator is a teacher, then lifelong learning is inevitable. Teacher needs to be ahead of the students at all times. Teachers should have answers to every question that a student may raise. This way, students... Reflective Educators & Mastery Demonstration Lifelong learning is an activity of learning...
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Nurse Educators Perceptions Using Simulation in Teaching: Change in Technology
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...should be done in the classroom. For example, McNeal (2010) states that the use of simulation in education dates back to aviation. Simulations were used to teach pilots how to fly and were important to the advancement of aviation. Other industries that have used simulators include transportation, space exploration, and also nuclear power. All of these industries found it important to create an opportunity for students to understand how to handle materials, how to safely handle chemicals... Nurse 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 Degr...
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Necessity of Philosophy of Education for Teachers or Educators
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...should be taught (Crookes, 2009, p.85). Perennialism: The aim of this education is to consolidate the fact that teachers or educators gain knowledge of great Western civilization ideas. The ways to solve problems in any era is hidden in these ideas. The aim is to share ideas that are everlasting, to search for enduring truth that are constant, as the human and natural world at the most essential level remain unchanged (Ornstein, 2012, p. 431). Essentialism: It is believed by the essentialists that there is a common... ?A. Necessity of Philosophy of Education for Teachers or Educators There are essential differences between man and animal, which makes “education’ possible for man and one can only train...
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Position Paper: Are General Educators Attitudes Improving Toward the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities
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...educators in the process. Through various legislative measures, the government has made efforts to eliminate any for m of discrimination against students with disabilities (Goldenson, 1978). The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, for the first time emphasized that no discrimination should occur against disable students in determining any state funding or scholarship opportunities. After observing a weak implementation of the law, it was final that stringent measures are required to help accelerate the process of developing accommodation facilities within the educational system (Iovacchini & Marion, 1983). It is a moral... Running Head: Educators and with Disabilities Educators and with Disabilities...
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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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...educator may need to identify health-related data sources. Sources may include existing databases or health-related literature. Then the health educator should apply quantitative and qualitative methods to collect health-related data. From this data, health educators should examine factors that compromise health, influence the learning process and affect the process of health education. The final process of assessment involves the analysis and reporting on the assessment findings. In every country in the world, health needs remain largely unique. A health educator may need to perform assessments periodically on the current health situation... CHES Responsibility Areas of Ethics Summary of the CHES...
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Impact of terrorism on employee engagement of female educators in peshawar, pakistan
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...education in Peshawar and what policy responses should there be to support women working on the front line? 1.4.2. SUBSIDIARY QUESTIONS: 1. What do the discourses on employee engagement identify as key variables that influence the different types of engagement? 2. What do the literatures on terrorism identify as key factors that impact employee engagement? 3. What impact do... ?Impact of terrorism on the engagement of female 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...
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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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Parents as Educators
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...should engage in play with young children, even though traditionally the mother takes more responsibility for this in the early years (McBride and Mills, 1993). One more recent study on fathers’ involvement in young children’s lives within intact marriage units noted that fathers spend more time with younger children (under age 6) than with older children, and that they engage in play with their young children mostly at the weekends (Yeung et al., 2001). The trends in recent years based on fieldwork in which parents and children keep daily diaries are showing that this figure is rising, which suggests... that the traditional gender divide between mother and father roles is diminishing...
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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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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 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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...should be considered as more of a command based programs than just clicks and point. Dynamic is truly click and point and is more user friendly as compared to the SAP system. One of the advantages... 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...
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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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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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...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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Find a classroom accommodation for students who are at risk, another for those with ADHD and 1 more for individuals who are Gifted and Talented
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...Educators should be extremely selective when deciding the accommodations, which will best work for the student because IEP is a working document, thus its efficiency will rely closely on how the content is monitored, implemented and revised. Educators dealing with at risk students should try and introduce tracking sheets in their learning (Friend & Bursuck, 2006). They can keep track of their students’ learning with this attempt... . An example of a classroom accommodation for an ADHD student is seating them close to the teacher and away from windows and doors. This is a valid accommodation because such students need their assistance and exceptional care of their teachers at all times, and;...
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Describe three commonalities
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...educators as capable of influencing student behaviour and learning outcomes. Educators prepare students to become responsible people in the future. They empower them with skills such as effective communication and critical thinking (Conceptual Framework, 2015). Educators embrace the social needs of different students by showing respect to issues like culture. They prepare students to work in distinct settings. Educators should influence their students positively from both academic and personal perspectives (Professional Dispositions of Learners, 2015). Special educators create a positive impact on the lives of individuals with exceptionality by treating them fairly, helping... Describe commonalities...
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Assessments/Education
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...educational tests; Comprehend the subjects of the educational assessment system and their roles and; Identify the features or characteristics of a successful educational assessment model Educational leaders are educators whose responsibility is to make decisions influencing other educators’ activities, consequently having an influence on the students under their authority. From this point, most of the school-site and district-level administrators occupy educational leadership positions. However, teachers with activities impacting other educators should be thought of as educational leaders. The educational leaders need to know... Educational Assessment Educational assessment refers to a process by which...
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Discuss Principles of Teaching and Learning in Relation to a Teaching Session and Reflect on the Experience of Teaching a Studen
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...educator and other clinical professionals. For one to be an excellent clinical educator, a passion for teaching is particularly vital. One should engage in practices that they have an interest in, and this makes the work easy. One should also posses various learning and teaching principles and skills that should guide them in the process of imparting knowledge to other people (Callara, 2008). The nurse educators have a responsibility of designing and evaluating academic programs for clinical staff and the nurses. Having worked in the profession for a long period, they have... ? Discuss principles of teaching and learning in relation to a teaching session and reflect on the experience of teaching a or a...
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Reflective Learning
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...Educational ment and Aspirations My intense interest in educating young people has progressed into an aspiration as well as a pursuit for an advancement of a career aligned with my field. I am currently teaching within vocational education focused mainly about construction. Most of my classes are trade related, helping learners complete their apprenticeship from foundation level to HNC level. I also teach learners at school age about basic construction techniques. As to the course of my teaching, I came to realize that in order for teaching and learning process be effective, educators should re-inforce the effective teaching strategies... 1 Reflective Learning: Personal Development Plan Personal...
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Assessment And Differentiation
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...should modify their survey to ensure their lesson or standard objectives are eliminating unimportant information, which does not meet its objectives. ELL teachers should also choose key vocabularies to pre-teach their ELLs and develop assessments to examine the content they taught. As teachers prepare their lessons, they should determine what background knowledge students require so as to master the material (Tonya, 2005). Educators might find that their English language learners’ background knowledge differs substantially from one student to another. It is also essential not to consider that ELLs' background knowledge is same as that of other learners, who... ? Number: Assessment and Differentiation...
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Differentiating for Learning Profile
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...educators should try to seek ways through which there students can understand content. Some of the best ways of understanding content, as mentioned above, include creating rhythms, visualizing the content. Also, other ways include verbalizing the content, creating logical understanding... , kinesthetic understanding, interpersonal understanding, intrapersonal understanding and, finally, naturalizing the content (Mulligan, 2005). These are just some of the broad ways students can be grouped in classes. With regards to students who understand the content through creating rhythms, educators should encourage them to sing what they are taught or create a beat about...
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Response Paper One
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...educators should not require learners to memorize information such as the classifications of medications or normal blood values?; (2) Does the emphasis on finding information rather than memorizing it impact critical thinking skills of learners? Response Paper: Memorization vs. Critical Thinking Introduction Emerging trends and related issues in the learning process influenced nursing education and practice. Most of these issues point... ? Response Paper: Memorization vs. Critical Thinking This essay aims to address the learning style memorization used of critical thinking in learning nursing concepts. Furthermore, the essay incorporates and answers the following questions: (1) Does this mean that nurse...
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The most important lessons Catholic school principals should draw from the history of Catholic Church
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...should be familiar. Supernatural Vision The Catholic Church terms education as the process of transforming children to fix their eyes on heaven. The major purpose of Catholic Church education is to educate students to be good citizens and God-fearing ones (Stewart, 2008:292). Therefore, the Schools’ Principals should ensure that they produce citizens who have good morals and follow the will of Almighty. Catholic Schools, unlike other institutions such as Government, business, and media, which view education... ?The most important lessons Catholic school principals should draw from the history of Catholic Church Introduction According to the history of Catholic Church, there are important lessons that...
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...should measure and also defining technical adequacy for alternate assessments. The research found out that development of alternative assessments is influenced by the essentially vital technological assessments (Sato, 2008). I also feel that in order to establish these alternative assessment programs educators should look into the technological field to improve... their productivity. Hence, educators should implement these alternative programs and also make sure that they cater to all students with disabilities. Reference Sato, E. (2008). Alternate assessments for special education students in the Southwest Region states, 6 Ed. San Antonio:...
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The Health Education Code of Ethics
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...should consider the medical principle of doing good and avoid harm to promote community health (Minelli & Breckon, 2009). The profession Some of the ethical issues involved in the daily performance of health educators include those that help some people, but at the same time are unfair to others. These issues are those that do not stress on informed approval, and those that utilize several levels... ? The Health Education of Ethics The Health Education of Ethics Introduction The nature of Health education requires a deep understanding of the professional ethics and the legal provisions associated with it. As a complex and personal procedural profession, health education comes with ethical and legal...
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Week 8 discussion
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...educators revise curricular objectives and, therefore, ensure that they cover all the students needs. The fact that testing occurs three times a year allows educators to test the success of previous objectives. In addition, the one-to-one strategy allows for identification of unique and subjective discrepancies that would otherwise fall through both cracks. However, I believe that educators should pair this test with a form of continuous assessment to analyze the progress of students in natural “non-test” settings. References: Florida Department of Education. (2008). Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Education Standards. Florida: Florida Department of Education.... Florida Assessment in the Instruction of...
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Strategies to Build Culture
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...Educators, therefore, should find as many communication channels as possible with individual students. However, at the same time, it is also essential for teachers to reveal their own interests to their students (Gay, 2002). It is essential for educators to remember that successful relationships or associations, in nature, are two-way streets. According to Gay (2002), students appreciate it when their educators acknowledge critical factors such as sports, clubs, hobbies, popular movies, artistic interest, as well as music, among... ? Number: Strategies to Build Culture Strategies to Build Culture Culture, according to Vavrus (2008),is central to learning. Culture plays a vital role not only in...
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Take home quize
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...educators have a responsibility to educate people purposefully to promote, maintain, and improve individual and family and the community health. In a case where the conflict of issues come up, the health educator must consider all the issues in question. Health educators should then give priority to the issues that uphold and promotes the healthy and quality of life through the principles of self-determination and freedom of choice... Project Theory of Planned Behavior Theory of planned behavior s that an individuals behavior is determined by the intention of the person to perform that act and the purpose in turn is a function of the individuals attitude towards the individuals behavior and subjective...
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Differentiated Instruction for Student Readiness
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...educators should continue to contextualize instruction of complex language forms and uses. Teachers can, at this point, incorporate subject-specific vocabulary, sentences and grammatical forms in the readings and writings in the class (Helmer & Eddy, 1996). Sample Activities and Assessments Assessing the progress of these students could be done in a variety of ways such as word analysis and interactive editing (Hu & Nation, 2002). Word analysis involves practices such as ELLs dissecting words into their parts like prefix, suffix and root. Interactive editing, on the other hand, involves noting cloze paragraphs, reading... ? Number: Assessment and Differentiation Differentiated Instruction for Readiness...
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