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...Learning Environment I. Introduction all around the world have to adhere to some kind of policies regarding academic honesty. Here, three goals will be accomplished: to compare and contrast the assumptions of academic honesty; the implications of different theories in integrity will be discussed; and finally, plagiarism and the issues of academic honesty within a learning environment will be discussed. To recap, academic dishonesty is a very serious issue. Here the major theories and research related to academic honesty will be analyzed. Next, these theories will of academic honesty and plagiarism will be compared and contrasted... ACADEMIC HONESTY Academic Honesty and Integrity Issues In a...
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Managing the Learning Environment
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...learning MANAGING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT What is disruptive behavior? It is characterized by unrest or insubordination or disorder. It can be also put as characterized by psychologically disorganized behavior. This behavior... page Introduction to disruptive behavior What is disruptive behavior? Example of disruptive behavior How to deal with disruptive behavior?Role of organization What is a group? Communication between teachers and learners and learners themselves. Language used by instructor and learner. Strategies to improve communication Enhance communication with group and among the learners. Relationship between participants, implication of relationship in l...
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BlackBoard Online Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment and with this comes an additional $150 charge on our tuition fee. While I do acknowledge that developments- systems upgrade in this case - come at a cost, I do not find it necessary to upgrade the current system. We ask first ourselves, "Do we need the upgrade". Looking at the service the current Blackboard provides, we find that it is actually performing well. Messages come across, the bandwidth allotted for each user is sufficient and the features such as organizer and forums are just what a learning student needs. I find flimsy the argument that we need the upgrade because "upgrades" can... It has come to my attention that there is a move to upgrade the BlackBoard Online...
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Learning Environment Research Paper
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...Environment Plays a Role in Learning HOW THE ENVIRONMENT PLAYS A ROLE IN LEARNING DATE OF SUBMISSION: HOW THE ENVIRONMENT PLAYS A ROLE IN LEARNING Humans are complex creatures and due to this psychologists have gone out of their way to understand them. As a result they have come up with different theories to explain this complexity. In order to fully explain the human beings, psychologists have divided humans into domains depending on the stage of life. Different psychologists have studied the human being and have come up with theories explaining why individuals behave in particular mannerisms. Many psychologists have listed the environment as one of the factors that affect... Running head: How the...
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Virtual Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment This refers to a collection of integrated tools that are used to manage online learning, through providing relevant channels such as delivery systems, student-tracking systems, as well as access to materials (Herman, 2004 p118). All of the above elements are incorporated into a single tool, making it easier for the tool to be used. Information and Learning Technology (ILT) on the other hand refers to the use of technology as a method to enhance education and learning. This may comprise the use of sounds, graphic and motion pictures, videos and VLE tools (Herman, 2004 p121). There are various advantages associated with the use of ILT and the VLE as educational learning... Virtual...
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Interactive Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment Introduction Interactive learning environment is fundamentally described as a web-based environment that broadly supports communication or contact between communities of different levels of learners. This particular conception i.e. interactive learning environment has evolved appreciably in this modern day context due to increased level of usage of digital technology as well as virtual communication. The prime objective of an interactive learning environment is to build effective communications as well as interrelations with various learners in a community. Furthermore, the other goals of an interactive learning environment are enhancing greater access towards... ? Interactive...
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Effective Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment One of the most important tasks for a primary school teacher is the creation of an effective learning environment. If the classroom is an effective learning environment, students will achieve more, have more positive attitudes toward education, and have more solid basic skills throughout their lives. There are many factors that are involved in creating an effective primary learning environment. In an effective learning environment, teachers have thorough knowledge of their subjects. They are interested in the subjects that they teach, are usually able to show the need for their subjects, and they consider the success of their students important... 10/22/07 Features of an Effective...
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Managing the Learning Environment
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...learning MANAGING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT What is disruptive behavior It is characterized by unrest or insubordination or disorder. It can be also put as characterized by psychologically disorganized... page Introduction to disruptive behavior What is disruptive behavior Example of disruptive behavior How to deal with disruptive behavior Role of organization What is a group Communication between teachers and learners and learners themselves. Language used by instructor and learner. Strategies to improve communication Enhance communication with group and among the learners. Relationship between participants, implication of relationship in lea...
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The Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment Empty milk cartons and juice boxes litter the floor. Directly across from me, a bald, tattooed young man pulls on the arm of a smallish girl. Nearby, a random shout of expletives echoes down the hall. This is the snapshot of the school that I encounter each day. I work in Lincoln High School, one of the lowest performing schools in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), but the vibrancy and the coarse unpolished brilliance of the students is not reflected in standardized test scores and drop-out rates. It is this rough-around-the-edges academic atmosphere that intrigued me and led me to consider the factors responsible for the low scores and the lack... Introduction: The...
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Workplace Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment (School) Evaluation of Workplace Learning Environment Introduction Cutthroat competition and marked dynamism of economies necessitate the establishment of a 'knowledge economy (Figgis et al. 2001, 23; Reeve & Gallacher, 1999, pg. 125). In turn, this has dictated the need for increasing the competencies of schools so that they may adapt to the requirements of the new age. I think workplace learning is perceived as a useful form of learning which allows teachers to be involved in renewing and continuous development. In addition, it also focuses on the development of knowledge and learning forms which are specifically useful towards... been found that there is a correlation...
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Effective Learning Environment
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...learning environment. The school is in a metropolitan area composed of a diverse community. The classroom is organized based on her personal beliefs on children’s learning. Through her actions and planned curriculum, her pedagogy is also revealed. In the corner of the classroom, is a reading corner. This reading corner is important as “each day, a different reading group gets to go there” (Daniels, 2008, p.2). In this area, there are cushions and stools where the children can read independently. Independent reading... Through the chosen (year 4) of the Burwood Public School, the teacher Mrs. Bronwyn Daniels was able to demonstrate how she ensures effective teaching by also establishing an effective...
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Blended and e-learning environment
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...learning environment, features of the environment, and possible strategiesfor facilitating learning in the classes. The author’s definition of learning styles establishes a basis for the discussion and the need for educators to have sufficient background information about their learners’ potentials, for effective learning. Description of blended and e-learning environment, in which face-to-face interaction lacks, identifies the need for an even better understanding of students’ potentials to ensure effective learning for all members of a class. I also agree with the position that understanding characteristics online instruction... Reflection paper I agree with points that Ron Wash offer on blended and...
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Student Learning Environment & Scoring Rubric
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...LEARNING ENVIRONMENT SCORING RUBRIC/EVALUATION TOOL Teaching Learning Environment There are many teaching methods available for the nursing educator to use. The use of these tools must be determined based on the needs of the group of students and the process they must learn. No one teaching model will work in all cases and which to use takes some experience to determine. Along with the use of different teaching methods is the need to construct different evaluation methods. These evaluation methods are also many and the use of one for all teaching experiences is not effective. Each learning experience may need a different rubric. Design of a rubric can be cumbersome... the...
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Develop a workplace learning environment
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...Learning Environment Introduction No doubt, Human Resource Management(HRM) is a characteristic approach to run people. People make a commerce function professionally and yet they cause the most difficulties. Particularly in the latest information-based financial system, people, not physical assets, are at the present critical. But people, different coalmines and industrial unit, cannot be owned. Organizations consequently have to make an environment that makes the best people desire to stay. Given the commitment to the continuous changes taking place in all types of organizations, like their host human resource (HR) functions, change will be the only certainty for training... Develop A Workplace...
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Learning differences in a given learning environment
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...learning environment their personal set of beliefs, values, and experiences. Identify some of the differences that may exist in a given educational environment. Discuss some of the factors that influence these differences (for example, culture, socioeconomic status, individual variations, etc). Describe ways an educator can accommodate for such a diverse student population in one given learning environment. Within any given learning environment the educator faces multiple challenges due to the diverse nature of students' learning styles, socio-economic backgrounds, cultural differences, gender, and ability... The population in current educational settings is quite diverse. Each brings to the learning ...
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Inclusion and the Inclusive Learning Environment
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...learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction” (Tomlinson, 2013). An inclusive learning environment is created to ensure equal access to all tools, aids, and opportunities for all students. There are a number of ways in which this can be achieved in a health and beauty salon. The first and the foremost aspect of an inclusive learning environment is to ensure that all learners are physically capable of experiencing the same quality of training. In a health and beauty salon... ?Ans. Inclusion, as the suggests, is the teaching strategy directed at making all learners involved in the lesson at the same time. Inclusion requires the...
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Inclusion and the Inclusive Learning Environment
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...environment has a variety of factors, all which are supposed to be put into consideration for the quality learning of each learner. To start... with, such an environment requires accommodating and recognizing the special needs of each participant in the learning process. It also requires that the teacher involves recognizes that all learners are different in their own ways and therefore, what may look helpful and good for the attainment of goals for one learner may not necessarily be good for another learner. In seeking to understand the inclusive environment, it is also crucial to consider that each learner has something unique to add to...
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Metal Detectors Create a Hostile Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment”-Article by Mukherjee, Elora Rhetorical Analysis Pamela Antinozzi-Hastings Baker College Professor Joel Shields The issue of metal detectors and their place in the school environment has been a subject of intense debate for a number of years especially in a background of increased violent crime within school grounds. Nonetheless, to date there has been no universal consensus on the same and different people holds dissimilar opinions on the matter. Some consider metal detectors an inconvenience that turn schools into pseudo juvenile detentions centers with negative psycho-social effects on the students, while others believe they serve a greater... Metal Detectors Create a Hostile...
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Evaluation of a workplace learning environment(school)
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...Learning Environment (School) Evaluation of Workplace Learning Environment Introduction Cutthroat competition and marked dynamism of economies necessitate the establishment of a ‘knowledge economy (Figgis et al. 2001, 23; Reeve & Gallacher, 1999, pg. 125). In turn, this has dictated the need for increasing the competencies of schools so that they may adapt to the requirements of the new age. I think workplace learning is perceived as a useful form of learning which allows teachers to be involved in renewing and continuous development. In addition, it also focuses on the development of knowledge and learning forms which are specifically useful towards... also been found that there is a...
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Creating an Inclusive, Student Centred Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment Introduction The inclusive learner-centred system room instruction is one of the most effective tools for special needs children to be able to feel adjusted into the mainstream social milieu and eventually function as a happy, independent, and productive member of society. This paper establishes best teaching practices that are applied in such a class. The Target Group The is a kindergarten class comprised of children from 5 to 6 six years old., about 25 in number, 5 of whom are autistic. Majority, if not all, of the children attended some form of preschool class, although not necessarily inclusive. There will be some members of the class who... Creating and Inclusive Centred...
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Analysis of two learning environment designs
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...learning environment Introduction When we talk of learning environment, a lot of research has been done on this topic whereby it has been found out that children learn in a variety of ways. For instance they may learn through memorization, peer or individual learning, problem, inquiry or worksheet based, child or teacher centered. However different ways in which a child learns is partially related to the type of learning environment available. In addition to this the learning environment may also affect the child's ability and motivation to learn. In this paper or task we are going to analyse two learning environments. For example problem based learning design and role... Running Head: Analysis of two...
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Analysis of Two Learning Environment Designs
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...Learning Environment Designs - Task 4 Part B - Total Number of Words 274 Table of Contents I. ‘Teaching and Learning in Multimedia’ .................................................................. 4 a. Han, Seungyeon & Hill, Janette R. (2006). Building Understanding in Asychronous Discussions: Examining Types of Online Discourse. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks. Vol. 10, Issue 4 ........................................................................................ 4 b. Zumbach, Jorg & Reimann, Peter (1999). Combining Computer Supported Collaborative Argument and Problem-Based Learning: An Approach for Designing Online Learning... ...
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Social Psychology of the Learning Environment
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...LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Introduction When social psychology is being linked with the learning environment, teacher relationship is often given high regard. Social psychology as defined by Mashek and Hammer (2011, p. 1) is the study of how individuals are influenced by other people and the situations they find themselves into. Conversely, according to Fiske et al. (2010, p. 864), the science of social psychology is predicated on the simple fact that human thought, emotion and behaviour are immensely affected by the real, implied and imagined presence of people. Moreover, there are times that individuals’ thoughts, feelings and actions are influenced when they simply think about... ?SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF THE...
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Strategies for Success in the Online Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment An online learning environment is one in which teachers are not present in front of the physically. Online learners must follow some specific strategies to be successful in online learning environments. Strategies for Success Some of the strategies, which can be useful for students, include communication through writing, perfection in web navigation, proper time management, self-motivation, and commitment. Let us describe some of the most effective strategies for online learning. Communication through Writing Ability to communicate through writing is very important for a student doing online stydy. “In online learning environment, most communications will be done... in...
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Comparing And Contrasting Two Selected Learning Environment Venues
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...LEARNING ENVIRONMENT VENUES Comparing And Contrasting Two Selected Learning Environment Venues [The Writer's Name] [The Name of the Institution] Comparing And Contrasting Two Selected Learning Environment Venues Online and Campus Study Introduction No doubt the leading educationist and thought leaders keep focusing to the development of next- generation learning stage. Moreover for campus level students, college administrators, the customary campus is a important marketing tool. staffing materials usually stress the individuality of a campus-based teaching as an immersive, multi-dimensional, and particularly multi-user practice. Borrowing... Running Head: COMPARING AND CONTRASTING TWO SELECTED...
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Perfect learning environment and functioning of school tribunal
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...learning environment and functioning of school tribunal Introduction Some people define learning as a product while others consider it as aprocess. In any case, learning can be considered as the modification of behaviour for the attainment of some specific goals. At the same time it is the process by which an individual acquires and develops knowledge, understanding, skills, interests, and attitudes that are necessary to meet life situations. The effect of learning can be witnessed in the behaviour of an individual at various instances. Human has been able to progress just because of his capacity to make profit out of his and other’s experiences. His customs, manners, etc are the product... ? Perfect...
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Designing a Grounded Embodied Mental Model Learning Environment
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...environments of formal learning give a kind of learning that is shallow and fragile. This makes students not to remember whatever they learn after the lesson or after the test. These lessons therefore do not get application in relevant situations away from the setting of the lesson in conceptual context, time and space. The learning is never made part and parcel of that which the student interacts with and thinks about each day (Varela, Francisco, Thompson, Evan, Eleanor and Rosch 423). In these circumstances the design of grounded mental model learning environments can be of help since students will have to learn with the involvement of other body parts with which they can... ? Task Introduction Many...
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Computers as Enhancement to the Early Childhood Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment - The Introduction of Developmentally Appropriate Software to Children Aged 3-6 In this age of technological advancement, the computer may be perceived as one of the greatest inventions of man. In this light, the world is constantly in pursuance of ways to further utilize computers. One of the key aspects of human life is learning, and it is now known as a fact that the earlier the better. Many researchers today are studying the use of computers as an enhancement to a child's learning environment. Children are excited and really curious about computers. They see it as a very complicated toy that is even more exciting than... Computers as Enhancement to the Early Childhood...
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Critical analysis of the learning environment in the community
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...learning environment in the community Introduction Professional nursing is an art and applied science. It is essential to create high-achieving learning environments for nursing students, where the most advanced curriculum and instruction techniques combine to support learning. In a high-achieving learning environment, the professional nursing faculty needs to engage students in utilizing their critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, effective communication skills, and also take initiatives to developing in the students the sensitivity to cultural diversity in delivering therapeutic care. Nursing practice is enhanced through inquiry, advocacy, and community... involvement. Modern...
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The Importance Of Providing A Quality-Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment Introduction Everybody needs to be loved and be cared for, no matter the conditions he or she is in. It is important that people with Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairments (MDVIs) be recognized. The environment around them is the most important consideration, with sensitive responses by different staff personnel being crucial. There must be appropriate staff to deliver training to persons with MDVI to achieve a high standard of interpersonal sensitivity and skills. Moreover, experience should be positive. Their facial expressions and body language should be understood to realize their social skills and to prepare them for future life... The Importance Of Providing A...
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The learning environment in regards to general nursing students
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...Learning Environment in Regards to General Nursing Introduction Professional nursing is an art and applied science. It is essential tocreate high-achieving learning environments for nursing students, where the most advanced curriculum and instruction techniques combine to support learning. In a high-achieving learning environment, the professional nursing faculty need to engage students in utilizing their critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, effective communication skills, and also take initiatives to developing in the students the sensitivity to cultural...
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Design statement : A prototype for Prescriptive Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment - Competition of Multiplication Table - / Course Date Total Number of Words: 2,184 Table of Contents I. Design Template ..................................................................... 3 II. Background of the Package ..................................................... 3 III. Package Concept .................................................................... 3 IV. Problem Analysis / Needs Assessment ...................................... 5 V. Information Review ................................................................... 5 VI. Goals and Objectives ............................................................... 6 VII... Design ment: A Prototype for Prescriptive...
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Integrated quality Assurance Principles in the teaching-learning environment
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...learning Environment International and national rules and regulations In a VET situation, it is absolutely necessary to be able to adhere to international and national standards, especially with regard to delivering education to the students (Joao & Greville, 2013). An institution offering vocational education must be able to know how to deal with such issue sin order to make sure that the education they deliver to the students is in line with these standards. These rules and standards keep on changing to meet the needs of an ever changing environment. In this regard, it is necessary for such an institution to be able to know how to keep... Integrated Quality Assurance Principles in the Teaching-learning ...
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Audit of a Workplace as a Learning Environment
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...learning in three ways. First the audit will evaluate the understandings, knowledge as well as dispositions required for employees to perform their tasks effectively. Secondly, the contribution of the workplace towards enhancing or hindering learning will be discussed after which the strengths and weaknesses of the workplace as a learning environment will be evaluated and summarized. Types of Learning Learning in workplace refers to the skills and knowledge gained through interactions and leads to change in behavior, attitudes and understandings. It increases employees...  Introduction The organization in which audit is to be carried out is an apparel company involved with garment manufacturing. The m...
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Issue Based Investigation of Child Abuse in the Learning Environment
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...Learning Environment May 10 The importance of understanding and dealing with child abuse The issue of child abuse is continually becoming a pressing matter in the education sector. Child abuse cases in the world today are rampant. In Australia, they have steadily been on the rise since the year 2000 and they hit an all time high in 2008 after 339454 cases were reported to authorities (Child Family Community Australia, 2011). In the state of Queensland alone it is estimated that 85 percent of all abused children suffered abuse from their natural parents in the year 2001 and 2002 (Child Protection Australia, 2002). The fact that the school environment... ? Issues Based Investigation of Child Abuse in the...
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The relationship between Cooperative Learning and Social Emotional Learning in a Elementary mixed ability learning environment
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...Learning and Social Emotional Learning in an Elementary mixed ability learning environment Grade Course Instructor’s Name (April 4th, 2014) The relationship between Cooperative Learning and Social Emotional Learning in an Elementary mixed ability learning environment The jigsaw model Scenarios Scenario one: In a science class where the teacher is teaching on the subject of living cells, there are four possible subtopics that comprises the topic. The learning group is made up of four students comprising of two boys and two girls, all who are from different ethnicities. The students are; Phil, a black American boy, Helen a Hispanic girl, Anderson an Irish American... The relationship between Cooperative...
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The Importance of Creating a Learning Environment in which Diversity is Respected
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...Learning Environment in which Diversity is Respected Diversity in the learning environment means the individual differences of students such as age, religious beliefs, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and family background, are recognized and valued and incorporated in the learning process. There is more to diversity than just accepting people from different backgrounds. Diversity calls for the management and integration of the varied backgrounds in the learning process. Nonetheless, diversity and inclusion in the learning environment are essential values, as the diverse learning environment is important in this twenty-first century education. In order to ensure respect... The Importance of Creating a...
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Integrating Quality Assurance Principles in the teaching-learning environment
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...environment under which the teaching is performed. Teacher qualifications become essential in ensuring the teacher understands the requirements of the learners and organisation. The environment under which the learning occurs is sometimes a challenge to both the teachers and learners. Professionally qualified teachers, become aware of these conditions and have the capacity to undertake teaching within this setting. Teaching equipment Teaching equipment provides the teacher... ?PROJECT Task Choose any four (4) QMS requirements from the list below to discuss how eachrelates to a VET organisation International and national rules and regulations The efficient delivery of services by any organisation heavily...
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Intgratinh Information and Communication Technology (ICT) effectively into the early childhood education learning environment
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...Learning Environment Total Number of Words: 1,500 Introduction England’s early childhood education and care (ECEC) curriculum was purposely designed to improve the teaching and learning experiences of children between 3 to 6 years of age (Taguma, Litjens and Makowiecki, 2012, p. 14). To increase the learning exposure of these children, policy makers created the New Primary Curriculum which strongly suggests the need to incorporate the use of ICT in early childhood education throughout the United Kingdom (Howard, Miles and Rees-Davies, 2010; Stephen and Plowman, 2008). Pre-schoolers are relatively young... ? Integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Early Childhood Educational Learning ...
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Explain how to establish and maintain a safe and supportive learning environment
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...LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Key words: safe, learning environment Introduction All teachers must demonstrate reasonable care for each and every one of their students. Safety not only refers to the physical state but also emotional and psychological. The IFL code of professional practice has been outlined to show the professional behaviors expected of teachers and trainees towards the learners. This in itself ensures a good learning environment for all the learners, where safety is a virtue and they have support from their teachers. Physical, learning and social needs In order to cater for the physical social and learning needs of students one need... HOW TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A SAFE AND SUPPOTIVE...
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What makes the prefect learning environment.. also how does a school tribunal work
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...learning environment and functioning of school tribunal Introduction Some people define learning as a product while others consider it as a process. In any case, learning can be considered as the modification of behaviour for the attainment of some specific goals. At the same time it is the process by which an individual acquires and develops knowledge, understanding, skills, interests, and attitudes that are necessary to meet life situations. The effect of learning can be witnessed in the behaviour of an individual at various instances. Human has been able to progress just because of his capacity to make profit out of his and other’s experiences. His customs, manners, etc are the product... Perfect...
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Discuss the learning environment on reggio emilia, steiner and montessori early years settings
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...learning environment is an advanced and inspiring approach to the early childhood education. This environment values the child as strong, competent, and resilient and also rich in amazement and knowledge. Every child replicates deep curiosity and prospective and this unconditioned curiosity drives their involvement to get to know their world better and their position within it. This approach, first originated in the town of Reggio Emilia in Italy. It came as a result of the movement that was geared towards the progressive and collaborative education in early childhood. It is only unique to Reggio Emilia as there are no international... Essay Lecturer’s and Number Reggio Emilia The Reggio Emilia...
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Critically discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the outdoor learning environment in the UK's Early Years
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...Learning environments affiliation Learning environments It is an obvious assumption that the early years of childhood education are fundamentally formative and governments across the globe have invested resources and funds to ensure this part of their education system is effectively provided for. In many nations across the globe, early childhood education has been prioritized in terms of provision of recommendations and allocation of resources. Educational bodies across the globe have also played an important role in ensuring early childhood education is effectively delivered. According to Watson (2000) the significance of childhood education cannot be underestimated since it may shape most... ? Learning ...
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Critically discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the outdoor learning environment in the UK's Early Years
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...Learning environments affiliation Learning environments It is an obvious assumption that the early years of childhood education are fundamentally formative and governments across the globe have invested resources and funds to ensure this part of their education system is effectively provided for. In many nations across the globe, early childhood education has been prioritized in terms of provision of recommendations and allocation of resources. Educational bodies across the globe have also played an important role in ensuring early childhood education is effectively delivered. According to Watson (2000) the significance of...
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Do concerns for safety influence the effectiveness of the outdoor learning environment for children
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...learning environment for children? Table of contents 3 Chapter One – Introduction 4 1.1 Overview of the study 4 1.2 Importance of the study 5 1.3 Research Questions 7 Chapter Two – Literature Review 7 Chapter Three – Methodology 12 3.1 Research Method 12 3.2 Justification of research method 12 3.3 Research Planning 13 Chapter Four – Results and Discussion of Findings 13 4.1 Presentation of results 13 4.2 Discussion of findings 16 Chapter Five – Conclusions and Recommendations 18 5.1 Conclusion 18 5.2 Recommendations 19 Bibliography 21 Abstract The extensive use of outdoor learning activities worldwide cannot be denied. In fact... ? Do concerns for safety influence the effectiveness of the outdoor...
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Interactive Learning Environment
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 MUVEs are typically viewed as a popular structure of multimedia-based entertainment. It has been apparently observed that MUVEs are broadly executed in the field of education. The relevance of MUVEs to a learner can be determined by focusing on its usage particularly in the area of education. In this similar context, MUVEs are enthusiastically employed in education for a broad assortment of reasons. The reasons include generating online communities for the learners in order to provide greater opportunities relating to their professional advancements, involving in science-based activities with the intention of fostering communally responsive behaviors and supporting the learners to prom...
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An audit of current provision and critical reflection of the Learning Environment where intervention groups are currently conduc
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...LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHERE INTERVENTION GROUPS ARE CURRENTLY CONDUCTED Institution Date Introduction In the last two decades, the concept inclusion in primary education system has become one of the most controversial topics. The term was coined as a result of deinstitutionalisation in the 1970s and education mainstreaming in the 19080s. Present policies and legislations in United Kingdom vehemently support the impression of incorporating students with disabilities into the general training and education classrooms. However, the effectiveness of this initiative has remained an issue of concern to a good number of modern scholars and policy... ?AN AUDIT OF CURRENT PROVISION AND CRITICAL REFLECTION OF THE...
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What Strategies are currently used in the outdoor learning environment to support childrens development within the Early Years
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...Learning Environment By + Sample 10 interviewees were considered in this study. 5 of them are parents of children who attend the center for various activities including outdoor play every Monday morning. The other 5 are practitioners all with a degree in early childhood studies and one has a specific role as an outdoor co-coordinator. All five practitioners work full time and take part in various activities within the setting. The setting is in a small town with surrounding villages ascribed to vibrant country life. Data Collection Tape Recorder Transcribed data Themes Generated Adults Role Home-School Partnership Curriculum Conclusion and analysis Various questions were asked... to the...
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Delivering Learning Environment for Visual and Physical Impair Child through Touch
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...learn. Overall, I feel more able to incorporate the immediate environment and activities to overcome difficulties in accessing stimuli more effectively for the visual and physically impaired pupils. Pupil Z observation in class The sensory story began with an adult verbally indicating ‘it is time to go to the Chocolate... The aim of my professional practice is to become well versed in terms of how to support the pupils’ visual, hearing and sensory abilities. Previously, I mostly relied upon the input from the physiotherapist to direct me as to how to support the physical needs of the pupils. My initial concern regarding one particular pupil was that due to his cognitive, visual and physical impairment...
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