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Elementary school students with learning disablities
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...elementary school setting are prone to bring both strengths and weaknesses to the table. The experienced teacher must play to all of their strengths, and develop strategies to weed out these developmental weaknesses. Of course, there are specific developmental issues which are associated with this age group and it is incumbent upon the experienced professional teacher to structure her strategies to accomplish these goals for each student in her... What are the Outcomes of Elementary School with LearningDisabilites in the Inclusive room Table of Contents Topic Page # Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Literature Review ...
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Strategies for Motivating Resistant Elementary School Students in Urban Communities
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...ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN URBAN COMMUNITIES An Independent Learning Project Presented by To[Instructor’s Name] In partial fulfillment of the requirements for The Degree of Master Education [Name of the University] [Location] [Date] COPYRIGHT ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABSTRACT The report is a detailed analysis about the concern of resistant elementary school students. Moreover, the strategies that can come under implementation to boost their motivation have also come under representation. The opening of the thesis report consists of the background information about the concerned subject matter, the problems, and the issues that promoted to have a deeper learning about... it. The report continued with the...
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The Effects of Reading Skills on Elementary School Students With Program Development
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...students. An average of 50 – 100 teachers will be contacted and given the survey. The teachers will be chosen at random while keeping the need to have demographic relationships to students as a main dividing factor, specifically which will be divided according to elementary, middle school and high school development areas. The input will be based on the teacher responses of how effective the programs are and what can be done to further enhance the needs of students. Specialized problems will be looked into, such as phonics, dyslexia or motivational problems. Each of these will be examined from the viewpoint of teachers... ?Introduction Disorders in reading skills are a common problem for specifically...
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Interconnection of Parental Psychological Support, Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulated Learning for Elementary School Students
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...Elementary School in Taiwan. Chapter Two Literature Review Academic success of students is becoming more valuable with time, and it is often difficult for parents to provide their child with constant incentives for success (Woodman, 2010). Children who like to study and have a personal investment in their own success are more likely than others to study without much supervision and to value their academic achievements. These children take pride in their successes, and are driven by internal goals rather than external encouragement. They are able to take decisions that would help them achieve... ? The Relationship between Parental Psychological Support, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Regulated Learning for...
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How Does Elementary School Teachers Attitudes Impact Students Behavior
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...Elementary School Teachers Attitudes Impact Behavior Lecturer: The researcher offered varied literature review on the way elementary school teachers’ attitudes can impact student behaviors. The author examined varied materials in order to determine the way the attitude of teacher impacts the performance of students in elementary school. From the literature materials, it was found that teachers were responsible for the students’ performance from lower levels up to the high standard levels. The studies suggest that contexts where pressure or rewards were used affected teachers directly and enabled them to become more controlling with their students. Another research conducted also revealed... ? How Does...
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Obesity in elementary school and how it affects students grades and socialization
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...elementary school and how it affects grades and socialization Table of Contents Page 3 2. Obesity inelementary school and how it affects student’s grades and socialization : Page 4 3. Obesity in Elementary Schools : Page 5 4. Effect of obesity on student’s academic and social Successes : Page 5 5. Conclusions : Page 7 6. References : Page 9 Abstract Childhood obesity is causing big problems to the children in elementary schools. Such children usually underperform in their studies and may face big socializing problems. They usually undergo harassing or bullying from peers and therefore they may not socialize effectively with the fellow students. Lack... Obesity in...
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Lack of Parental Involvement at a Local Elementary School Negatively Affects the Academic Success of the Students
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...elementary school negatively affects the academic success of the April Thomas-Robinson University of Phoenix Table of Contents Outline 4 Chapter I: Introduction 4 Chapter II: Study of the Problem 5 Based on the reviewed literature there is a significant correlation between parent involvement and student education performance (Cooper et al, 2000). This is because the involvement of the parents acts as a motivation and inspiration in the side of the students who in turn work hard and eventually realize better school grades. However, full involvement of the parents has been deterred by; 5 i.Over-indulgence in office work by parents. Some parents are found... ?  Lack of parental involvement at a local...
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The problem is lack of 60% parental involvement at a local elementary school negatively affects the academic success of the students
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...elementary school negatively affects the academic success of the April Thomas-Robinson of Phoenix Table of Contents Outline 4 Chapter I: Introduction 4 Chapter II: Study of the Problem 5 Based on the reviewed literature there is a significant correlation between parent involvement and student education performance (Cooper et al, 2000). This is because the involvement of the parents acts as a motivation and inspiration in the side of the students who in turn work hard and eventually realize better school grades. However, full involvement of the parents has been deterred by; 5 i.Over-indulgence in office work by parents. Some parents are found to have more... Lack of parental involvement at a local...
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Comparison Analysis: Elementary and High School Life
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...Elementary and High School Life Education plays a vital role in the life of any student because it can provide a platform by which someone can plan the rest of their life. Perhaps the two most vital institutions in education are elementary school and high school. This essay will discuss some of the key elements that both stages of education share and also make some comparisons between the two. Elementary school and high school are similar in that they are both a place of learning, provide opportunities to make new friends, and allow someone to develop a scheduled routine. In contrast, high school has a heavier workload than elementary school, students tend to stick... with the same teacher...
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Article Annotation: How do intrinsic and extrinsic motivations affect reading habits in elementary students
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...Elementary Wigfield, A., John, T. G., Tonks, S., & Kathleen, C. P. (2004). Childrens motivation for reading: Domain specificity and instructional influences. The Journal of Educational Research, 97(6), 299-309. According to Wigfield, et al (2004), motivation refers to the reasons affecting, determining or underlying a given behavior observable in a person. Motivation is usually positive and advantageous to the success of any given action performed by an individual. Just like in any other field or task, students in elementary schools require some degrees of motivation to enhance their learning processes. Motivation accomplishes its... How Do Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivations Affect Reading Habits In...
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Article Annotation: How do intrinsic and extrinsic motivations affect reading habits in elementary students
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...Elementary Wigfield, A., John, T. G., Tonks, S., & Kathleen, C. P. (2004). Children's motivation for reading: Domain specificity and instructional influences. The Journal of Educational Research, 97(6), 299-309. According to Wigfield, et al (2004), motivation refers to the reasons affecting, determining or underlying a given behavior observable in a person. Motivation is usually positive and advantageous to the success of any given action performed by an individual. Just like in any other field or task, students in elementary schools require some degrees of motivation to enhance their learning processes. Motivation accomplishes its... ? How Do Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivations Affect Reading Habits In...
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Elementary School Bullying
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...Elementary School Bullying Elementary school education is an essential part in both educational and future professionallife of a student given that it is the provider of primary education, which builds a foundation for the student to gain more knowledge, skills and attitude at the high school level then on to higher learning. Students who faces bullying at this critical stage of their education are at risk of having esteem issues that if persistent, will have long lasting psychological effects in the life of the student therefore ruining...
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Motivational Speech providing an argument for: Quality Physical Education in Elementary Schools
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...Elementary Schools 13th, December, Introduction Physical education promotes physical activity in schools and plays a critical role in the entire learning process. Quality physical education programs should aim at enhancing well-rounded elementary school education system. The physical activities incorporated in the physical education program enhance interactive routines among elementary school students. Moreover, a healthy body leads to a healthy and active mind, which is essential in learning. Physical movement is supported by research due to its role in stimulating the mind and body in addition to increasing fitness amongst students. Therefore... Quality Physical Education is Critical to Complete...
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Standardized STATE testing and stress and anxiety in elementary school children in 3rd-5th grades
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...Elementary School Children in 3rd-5th Grades of institution Course code Date the assignments is due Abstract Children start taking the standardized tests as early as first grade in many states. Elementary school students in 3rd – 5th grade in Texas must take the TAKs (Texas Assessment and Skills test) every year in order to be promoted to the next level. State testing anxiety has physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional effects on the children. Researchers have established that the students can be equipped with physical habits and emotional skills to deal with test anxiety and the related symptoms. Changes should... be implemented in the education sector by the introduction of test...
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Bullying in Elementary Schools: Students' Perception of Bullying
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...School Bullying 27 Causes of Bullying 31 Consequence of Bullying 33 Conclusion 35 Chapter Three 37 Research Design 37 Introduction 37 Rationale for the Research Design 43 Respondents 44 Population Sample 46 Demographics 46 Setting 47 Preliminary Procedures 48 Data Collection 48 In-depth Interviews 49 Secondary Data 51 Qualitative Data Analysis 51 Coding 53 Trustworthiness 58 Replication 59 Triangulation 60 Credibility 61 Dependability 62 Ethical Considerations 62 Informed Consent 63 Confidentiality 63 Page Intentionally Left Blank Bullying in Elementary Schools: Students... ? Bullying in Elementary Schools: Perceptions of Bullying Acknowledgements Certificate of Originality I hereby certify that the...
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Computer Games Improves motivation in Elementary School Math
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...Elementary School Introduction The hypothesis that computer games improve motivation in learning mathematics in elementary schools is rather supported than refuted, which can be definitely proved with the review of literature that will be further provided. Gaming helps to strengthen the education system and prepare students adequately for the 21st century challenges as they gain new knowledge and sophisticated skills. Mathematics has, over the years, been one of the most unpopular subjects with students developing phobia towards it (Ricks, 2010).This paper carries out an analysis of four articles on computer games, and reviews... ?Research Computer Game Improves the Motivation of Learning Mathematics in...
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How to teach children in elementary school that have learning disabilities
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...Elementary School That Have Learning Disabilities of the Teaching students with learning disabilities is a process which involves lots of disputes. Ample research had been carried out on the field for the past few decades. There are various scientific reasons for a child’s brain functioning slowly than others. The paper explores about the general characteristics of students with LD, the reasons for the same and proposes some useful methods to teach them effectively. The child’s linguistic skills, math skills and general behaviour in the society can be improved using these methods. The methods are suggested with reference to specialized researches conducted on the topic... How to Teach Children in...
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How to Teach Children in Elementary School That Have Learning Disabilities
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...Elementary School That Have Learning Disabilities of the Teachingstudents with learning disabilities is a process which involves lots of disputes. Ample research had been carried out on the field for the past few decades. There are various scientific reasons for a child’s brain functioning slowly than others. The paper explores about the general characteristics of students with LD, the reasons for the same and proposes some useful methods to teach them effectively. The child’s linguistic skills, math skills and general behaviour in the society can be improved using these methods. The methods are suggested with reference to specialized researches conducted on the topic... ?How to Teach Children in...
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Kid Eat Healthy
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...elementary study in Ethiopia I felt so behind on everything, for example on reading, writing, and other learning opportunities. Since Ethiopia is a developing country, malnutrition is always a concern. During my elementary years in the country, most students in my school would drop out in the middle of the school year due to poor health, particularly malnutrition. Speaking of nutrition, schools today understand and recognize the negative effects of poor health on childrens school performance. An unhealthy mind and body prevent the students from...
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The Case for Literature-Based Reading Programmes at the Elementary School Level
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...elementary school student. Children's literature thus becomes diluted and a captive to the modernist's quest for absolute meaning. The transactional approach seeks meaning from a broader perspective. More particularly, meaning is derived from three sources. These sources are the individual reader, the text itself, and a particular context. It is the interplay of these three sources that generates meaning. Morrow and Gambrell describe this as "a two-way process that resides in the transaction that occurs between the reader and text... The Case for Literature-Based Reading Programmes at the Elementary School Level The importance of children's literature in reading programmes for elementary-aged...
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Teaching elementary students
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...Elementary teaching 2006 Outline: A) Characteristics of the learner in terms of physical, cognitive, social, cultural, and emotional development. B) Developmental and learning theories. During lifetime a person goes through several stages of development which are marked by physical, cognitive, social, cultural, and emotional changes. In this paper we’ll concentrate on the elementary school period (6-9 years old). The physical development of elementary students is marked by the mastery of motor skills and acquisition of considerable physical skills. During this stage children are very energetic, are...
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Elementary-Age Students Identified with ADHD Receive
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...students. Such behaviors escalate as a child moves into elementary school, and for that reason, make it difficult to identify their appropriate main setting (Friend, 2014, 179). The results of intervention measures require considerable caution as few studies of intervention effectiveness have been completed successfully with young children. This is despite the effectiveness of parent training, behavior interventions, and medication. The best combination for young children has not yet been comprehensively determined and thus their main setting requires consistent and immediate feedback (Friend, 2014, 179). The federal... Elementary-Age Students Identified with ADHD Receive The main setting in which elemen...
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The factors of motivating saudi students in learning mathematics
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...students attitude to mathematics. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 13(4), 2526-2534. doi: 10.12738/estp.2013.4.1486 Siskandar. (2013). Attitude, motivation, and parents role perceived by sixth grade students in relation to their achievement in mathematics. International Journal of Academic Walter, J. G., & Hart, J. (2009). Understanding the complexities of student motivations in mathematics learning. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 28(2/3), 162-170. doi: 10.1016/j.jmathb.2009.07.001 Yang, K. (2014). The web quest model effects on mathematics curriculum learning in elementary school students. Computers & Education, 72158-166. doi: 10.1016/j.compedu.2013.11.006 .... Factors of Motivating Saudi to ...
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Critique an article
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...elementary pupils in a south western urban school district. The evaluative process includes observing the frequency of bullying as well as attitudes towards bullying from pre-program to 5 months post grogram. According to the author, the results show minimal changes in frequency of observed bullying among 5 months post program students. However... Critique an article Evaluation of a bullying prevention program The main rationale of this article is the evaluation of the effectiveness of a bullying prevention program called Bullyproof. The need for the research arose due to the presence of several anti bullying programs in the state of Oklahoma that have not been evaluated. The researchers sampled...
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Elementary School Observation
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...Elementary School Introduction I chose to observe Outley Elementary School for a couple of reasons. First, I have a friend there that teaches Autistic children. She introduced me to the Kindergarten teacher whose classroom I observed. Secondly, the school has a multicultural student body, which I felt was important to get a balanced view of a typical day in an urban school. A Day in the Life of a Kindergarten Teacher The teacher was responsible for the education of 29 students. At times, poor behavior of some students distracted the rest of the class from the lesson at hand. The teacher was able to minimize the distractions by time outs... The Developmental Advantages and Disadvantages of...
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Sexuality in elementary school
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...elementary school Adolescents in Canada rate sex as one of their mostessential educational requirements. Nevertheless, sexual health education is frequently a crucial subject, which may be no other topic sparking as much argument. School administrators have established anxiety of parental or societal opposition as chief fronts to the provision of sex health education. Likewise, some teachers have established that expected responses from parents to the insertion of certain subjects as the greatest limitation to their willingness to teach Sex Heath Education (SHE). Moreover, discussion of sexuality in the home is an essential part of students’ general SHE... would be appropriate. Consequently,...
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Effects Of Increased Wait-Time On The Quantity Of Attempted Responses And Correct Responses From Elementary ELL Students To Questions In A Classroom
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...elementary ESL/ELL students? DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHIC DATA: Where / What is the research site? Who is directly involved? How will statistics be acquired to give a clear understanding of the context and culture of the research site? (Do not use name as an identifier.) Provide references for sources used. The research site is ‘Iowa after-school program’ learning center where I volunteer. There are approximately 55 students enrolled in the school. Involved with me in the action research project are the Center director, teaching colleague, and fifth grade ESL/ELL students enrolled in the center's summer... ? Action Plan CAPSTONE PROJECT DOCUMENTATION FORM Action Research is an exciting, disciplined process...
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Teaching English in elementary schools in Saudi Arabia
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...elementary schools are usually late in introducing ESL as opposed to the private schools like in the case of Jeddah Prep & Grammar School, which has been established by British and Dutch expatriates. According to Abdan (2002), elementary students should be introduced to English in elementary school because public elementary school students are presently underexposed to the language since English is not part of the national curriculum. (p. 265-266) The benefits of introducing English to young learners, preferably to be integrated in the elementary education curriculum have been cited and proven by numerous studies. These benefits are explained in various arguments ranging... of instruction....
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Computer in Elementary School
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...ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Presented to the Faculty of the School of Business Administration Kennedy-Western University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration By Reina Isabel Ventura-Argueta (I.D. #0038146) Washington, DC Educational Technology: Computers in Elementary School Abstract Since the introduction of the computer into education in the 1970s, researchers have investigated its effects on students, teachers, and learning environments. Early studies were focused on demonstrating the impact of a particular technology or software on student achievement and student motivation. With increased... EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY: COMPUTERS IN...
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Sedgefield Elementary School Media Center
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...students are successful users of all types of information. We have also discussed our progress in encouraging the enjoyment of literature and to fostering the development of higher-level thinking and research skills in students. More has to be done about transformation of education in our elementary school from knowing facts to knowing how to find, access, interpret, and evaluate information; and aid our students in developing life-long learning skills. These areas for improvement have been thoroughly addressed in the new plan. Still related to our CSR efforts, we thought of forming tie-ups with learning centers in less fortunate... MEMORANDUM The School Board, Mr. ____, School Principal Mary Hardin,...
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Sherwood Elementary School Assessment and Diagnosis
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...Elementary School Assessment and Diagnosis Sherwood Elementary School Assessment and Diagnosis Health Assessments are conducted in schools to identify conditions or health problems that affect the students’ ability to learn, and take part in educational programs. Information obtained from such assessments is then used to improve the quality of life of the students, which in turn improves their ability to learn and take part in their respective educational programs (Weber & Kelley, 2009). This paper is an assessment of Sherwood Elementary School. The assessment is done through three data collection methods: secondary data collection, observation, and an interview with a school nurse... ? Sherwood...
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The attitude of Saudi students in Brighton towards teaching English
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...students in Brighton, United Kingdom towards teaching English as a foreign language in the elementary state schools. This tool is very common in conducting a survey since it can easily be administered and it can collect data efficiently. In this study, a Likert Scale questionnaire was used as a research instrument. In a Likert Scale questionnaire, participants are asked to express agreement or disagreement to a statement on a five-point scale. Each degree of agreement is given a numerical value ranging from one to five. Thus, a numerical value can be figured out from all responses. The questionnaire contained eight close-ended... Procedure Method This study used a survey to collect data needed. Brown ...
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Couple Questions
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...School, the second fire at the location in twoyears. QUESTION 2) Can the president make kids think a certain way by talking to them on TV about staying in school? While President Obamas planned broadcast to elementary school students has been hijacked, it is important to realize that there is nothing “socialist” – certainly not in a Communist/U.S.S.R sense – about the changes he is trying to implement. Barack Obama is the first African-American President in the history of the United States of America and a remarkable man. He is attempting to tackle the important injustices prevalent in American... ANALYSIS QUESTION The Oakdale firefighters are investigating a suspicious fire at the Oakdale Adult...
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The system of Assessing for Elementary School
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...Elementary School Level Children. Teachers do conduct a lot of tests in different styles for elementary school children, but the effect of the method of chosen system of test need to be noted to find out how much reach it has among the children. One of the tests that were conducted during my elementary school days was of the pictographic guessing. It means the teacher will try to explain the lesson in terms of a rough picture drawn in the black board, once she finishes the lesson; she makes a link with the picture and the lesson. So it becomes quiet easy for the students to recapitulate what was taught in the particular class room, and to be more... Assessing a Teacher Created test system for...
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Community Analysis for Sedgefield Elementary School
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...Elementary School in Charlotte NC where it houses 650 students, it is evident that there is a need for immediate attention in having a Library, which they can call their own. There is a public library within the vicinity but mathematically and logically speaking, most of the students could not afford to be they're considering the accessibility of the people who are within the area (The distance, the availability of time, availability of materials that are to be used). In the school's case, it has limited resources for the students to enjoy the privilege of having different study materials....
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The effects of peer-mediation on suspension of middle school students
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...School A that is already in place. Middle school students are between elementary school and high school which is a time developmentally when they are searching for their identities. They are more susceptible to criticism by their peers and they struggle to find a group where they belong. This struggle to belong becomes central to their focus and sometimes conflict is a part of this process. In the Academies in School A, it is imperative that students learn to work together and that there is another type of intervention to use beyond school suspensions to be used by the administrators... ?The Effects of Peer Mediation on Suspension of Middle School Chapter Since 2001, children in grades K-12 have become ...
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School Size And Achievement
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...school safety and suspension. Analysis They found lower levels of self-esteem and apparent school safety, and higher levels of student misbehavior in the students who learned or had at one time attended middle schools. All three examine the effect of grade level configuration through the use of longitudinal data. In the study, there was estimation of the effect on on-time high school graduation which after the graduation, there is moving from a junior high school system, where students involved in the graduation stay in elementary school longer, to a middle school system. The techniques and method... School size and achievement affiliation Little research exists regarding the effect of grade level...
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Elements of Discipline plan in Elementary school
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...elementary education in America with a history of discipline in elementary schools. It also sheds light on the most effective method of discipline. Introduction Elementary schools have been existed worldwide as the foundation of formal educational system. It establishes the base for future education. It prepares students in fundamental skills and awareness and can be defined as prior to formal education that comes after that. It is an institution where children receive the first stage of compulsory education known as elementary or primary education. In America, elementary school education starts from six to twelve... Elements of discipline plan in Elementary school Sabamir March 4, A house without books ...
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There should be laws against bullying in elementary school
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...school while others end up taking drastic measures such as suicide or mass murders (Vettese, (2012): 5). Bullying starts as early as in elementary school where kids harass and insults fellow students. When kids are not reprimanded as early as in elementary school when they start picking on each other, they are likely to make bullying a constant behavior (Trump, (2011): 55). Since the kids in elementary school are still very young, they make bullying a habit and continue picking on their victims as they grow up and continue on with their education at different levels. It is important to take necessary measures to reduce bullying at this stage of the children’s life; as it forms... Sur There...
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A Review of Practical Work in Science lessons: How effective is it at achieving its aims
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...students’ success, but also that of economies. This is because graduates of STEM subjects join fields that are important in steering economies such as undertaking significant research, inventing unique entrepreneurship, and driving science-based innovations. This therefore highlights the fact that science is an important subject that should be taught to students from as early as elementary (primary) school level. In fact, most governments have made science a mandatory subject... PRACTICAL WORK IN SCIENCE LESSONS: HOW EFFECTIVE IS IT AT ACHIEVING ITS AIMS? By Introduction Science, as part of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects (STEM) is recognized as a determinant subject in not only...
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Effects of Bullying of Psychosocial Development of Elementary Students
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...Elementary I. Definition of Bullying “Insults and threats followed 15-year-old Phoebe Prince almost from her first day at South Hadley High School, targeting the Irish immigrant in the halls, library and in vicious cell phone text messages” (Reitz, 2010). This and many such instants occur in schools on a daily basis causing students to suffer mentally and physically. Bullying is defined as that consistent undesirable attitude (like shouting, mimicking, calling names, threatening, written abuse, forcing to do nasty things, and much more) having traces of unjustifiable and illogical criticism and disapproval which compels the victim to get isolated... ?Effects of Bullying of Psychosocial Development of...
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Gifted Program
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...elementary school students are selected to be part of the gifted and talented program at a certain school. There are many ways in which schools approach this, although basing the decision solely on IQ or other intelligence tests is strongly criticized (Clark, 1979). In this position, I would explain that certain elements of a child’s school career are taken into account and suggest that there need to be evidence of the aforementioned ‘intellectual, creative, artistic or leadership capacity’. This may come out as part... Gifted and Talented Program Many s seek to offer a gifted and talented program as part of the services they offer to the educational community.This is because there are some students who...
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Legal & Ethical Case Studies - elementary school
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...Elementary Schools LAW AND ETHICS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Teaching profession requires high-level capabilities and techniques in handling issues regarding law and ethics. This is, basically, because of the uniqueness of the profession, the different parties involved including teachers, parents and students, as well as practices of knowledge constructs. A teacher remains obligatory and more perceptive throughout their operations and interaction with the student, colleagues, and the parents. Question # 1 When a principal participates in the termination of your contract as a teacher, legal and ethical issues comes into consideration. A principal is not allowed by the law to terminate... ? Law and Ethics in...
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Professional Development for Elementary Teachers, Team Building for Elementary Teachers and Teachers as Mentors in Elementary Schools
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...Elementary Teachers, Team Building for Elementary Teachers and Teachers as Mentors in Elementary Schools 2005 Abstract In the 21s century, The Baltimore City Public School System faces numerous challenges that could potentially hinder student performance. The majority of Baltimore City's student population is comprised of children who come from low socio-economic backgrounds, single parent homes and many are welfare recipients. To make matters worse, the Baltimore City School System is currently experiencing a financial crisis and monetary funds are limited. As a result of this financial crisis, many Baltimore City Schools have less money available to spend on students... Professional Development for...
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The Dewey Decimal System is no longer relevant to today's youth as there are easier and more functional ways to catalog in elementary libraries that would seem to enhance circulation
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...elementary school students, who were asked to group books together according to how they, the students, would arrange them. The students arranged books differently than Dewey would arrange them. For instance, the students stated that books about flying animals should be grouped together, which would mean that bats and birds would be grouped in a section. Other classifications in the library were “scary,” “adventure,” “mystery,” “sports.” The idea behind the classification is that the books are arranged so that kids... To Dewey or Not to Dewey? Introduction The Dewey Decimal System is a system of library ification that has been widely used for a number of years, and is used around the world. However, in...
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Literature Review Outline on Improving Reading Fluency in Elementary Students
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...elementary aged students nn. Participants: 4 second-grade students with average – below average reading skills from a rural school oo. Instruments: Assessment of reading fluency by reading passages using CBM administrative and scoring procedures. Listening to passage previews and completing reading instructions in groups. pp. Intervention: Listening and Reading in Groups improved oral reading fluency as students were able to learn from each other. qq. Results: Students were able to read words correct per minute 2 days after the intervention. There was also improvement from all interventions 2 days later. rr. Conclusions: Compared to other... Outline on Improving Reading Fluency Naida Kardas COE 501...
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Combine 7th and 8th Grades Canon Elementary School District 50
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...Elementary School to adapt for the aim of maximizing salary of a teacher. Opinions on Combined Classrooms Multi-grade classrooms are not new to education. An educational system which is more open to diversity and maximized staff members usually implements combined classrooms. For them, multi grade system is more favorable for students, teachers, and the school management since it allows... ?Combining 7th and 8th Grades in Canon Elementary School District #50 Introduction According to the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (n.d.), combined classroom is where two grade levels or more are treated as the same group, thus the term “combined.” The said classroom grouping also have different names...
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Gang News
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...elementary school students. As for the middle school and grade school, an in-depth discussion on gang activities and recruitment would be given. Emphasis would also be on the consequences of having a criminal record at a young age. Hopefully, such programs would be a deterrent in joining gangs. Some years ago, this state did not imagine having this kind of problem since gang problems usually happen on the West Coast; however, times have really changed and the state has to adopt to such changes. Media has played a big role in romanticizing the glory of gang members and gang wars. Indeed, the educational system has to step up before it’s too late. In the first place, education should... Synopsis on Gang...
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Combine 7th and 8th Grades Canon Elementary School District #50
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...Elementary School to adapt for the aim of maximizing salary of a teacher. Opinions on Combined Classrooms Multi-grade classrooms are not new to education. An educational system which is more open to diversity and maximized staff members usually implements combined classrooms. For them, multi grade system is more favorable for students, teachers, and the school management since it allows... Combining 7th and 8th Grades in Canon Elementary School District #50 Introduction According to the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (n.d.), combined classroom is where two grade levels or more are treated as the same group, thus the term “combined.” The said classroom grouping also have different names...
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Language Learning and Elementary School Curriculum
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...Elementary School Curriculum This chapter is all about language learning for young learners and its relevance to elementary school curriculum. Understandably, the content and information provided were underpinned by an in-depth discourse on social and psychological variables. The connection between language learning and the elementary curriculum was, of course, outlined using models, learning contents, and strategies. But the theoretical foundations with respect to language acquisition served as linchpin for this chapter as it provided the framework that validated what was eventually proposed, which was the focus on the importance of language learning for elementary learners... Language Learning and...
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