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Pupil Annaual Progress Report
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...pupils’ actions rather thean focusinges mainly on the adult partner during activity as before. So for example, she will sign the first letter of ‘Huma’ name to indicate that she knows the name of pupils working alongside her during group session. She has also learnt and remembered the names of other pupils in the class and will point correctly in the indirection of a pupils when asked by an adult ‘where is…?’.  She has not only learnt to pay greater attention to other people’s actions, but has shown a greater degree of tolerance to being a part of larger group... General Progress Aaishah has settled well into her new school and this year. Within the year, As the year has progress, she has become an avid ...
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Pupil Z Individual Observation Program
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...Pupil Z individual observation programme – week 2 and 3 I decided to carry out a two-week individual observation programme after completing a one-week individual observation programme on Pupil Z. I decided to carry out the programme as I have observed that he preferred to explore objects with his feet (supine position) rather than his hands (supportive sitting). During my observation, it has also become apparent that the positioning and exploration method directly impacted on his motivation to perform physical exercises (Appendix, 4). I also wanted to ensure that I was making informed judgments about my previous observations and could then plan to...
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3 policies which promote positive pupil behaviour
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...pupil behaviour.For each policy explain what procedures a school would follow. Use Elliot Park as an example, or a school in which you have had experience. The School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Section 61 requires schools to lay down their behaviour policy in black and white. The policy elaborates on how the school promotes positive behaviour, excellent attendance and tackles absenteeism. The most effective behaviour management policies of a school are necessarily based on a deep sound understanding of the factors that drive the behaviour. Overall, a well-thought... ?Test Paper 2 Missing Questions -12,13,14 #12. After reading all your materials, identify at least 3 policies which promote positive...
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Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered
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...Pupil Centered: An Analysis Submitted 0 Introduction Today's educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. Not only do students come from widely differing ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, they also have widely differing interests, experiences and learning styles. If an educator hopes to effectively teach this range of learners, he or she must be competent at many methods and techniques. Educators tend to teach in the style that is most comfortable for them. However, present day classrooms require the educator to prepare for and teach with the methods and styles best for students. Educators must extend themselves beyond their comfort zones of familiar... Effective Teaching Thru Being...
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Pupil Voice in the learning institutions
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...Pupil Voice of the Department Grade 30th November THE PUPIL’S VOICE This paper describes the voice of the pupil in the learning institutions. This argumentative essay dwells on the voice of the pupil as it is the tool used by the young, to express their ideas. The student fraternity has a role to play in the school’s decision-making process. In the process of their learning, students can participate actively in activities regarding to learning activities within the school. They only require the guidance by teachers who have a significant role in shaping the outcome of the pupil voice. The essay discusses various issues to explain the importance of involving the pupil voice... ?Argumentative Essay: Pupil...
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School's Pastoral Structure and Pupil Achievement
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...pupil's best. When a pastoral curriculum succeeds in promoting good relations... At the outset, pastoral care, as decisive to academic achievement as its successful implementation may be, is patently an elusive subject to configure and bring together. Clarifying the concept may shed light on a better implementation of pastoral initiatives and pin down its imperatives. Pastoral Care is a characteristically British paradigm that in other Western cultures is restricted to a decidedly religious context. Yet, in the holistic sense of educating the whole person pastoral care ideally should fit seamlessly into the very raison d'être of the academic setting. Education from its etymological perspective is the...
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How Can a School's Pastoral Structure Support Pupil Achievement
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...Pupil Achievement? C. Darnell 160 Cubbington Road Leamington Spa CV32 7AH At the outset, pastoral care, as decisive to academic achievement as its successful implementation may be, is patently an elusive subject to configure and bring together. Clarifying the concept may shed light on a better implementation of pastoral initiatives and pin down its imperatives. Pastoral Care is a characteristically British paradigm that in other Western cultures is restricted to a decidedly religious context. Yet, in the holistic sense of educating the whole person pastoral care ideally should fit seamlessly into the very raison dêtre of the academic setting. Education... How Can a Schools Pastoral Structure Support...
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Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered: An Analysis
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...Pupil Centered: An Analysis Submitted 0 Introduction Today’s educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. Not only do students come from widely differing ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, they also have widely differing interests, experiences and learning styles. If an educator hopes to effectively teach this range of learners, he or she must be competent at many methods and techniques. Educators tend to teach in the style that is most comfortable for them. However, present day classrooms require the educator to prepare for and teach with the methods and styles best for students. Educators must extend themselves beyond their comfort zones of familiar... Effective Teaching Thru Being...
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Teching ICT for Special Need Pupil Between Theory and Practice
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...PUPIL: BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE Table of content page Table of content 2 2 Introduction .. 3 Main body a. Importance of ICT in school .... 3 b. ICT program for use by students with special needs .. 8 c. Factors limiting the practical application of ICT . 10 d. Bridging the gap .. 14 Conclusion ... 15 References .... 16 ABSTRACT The world is coming to a realization that disabled people can also achieve what others can achieve. There has been a wake up call to take the disabled children to schools to acquire education like others. This has been responded well and many of them are now attending school. However in school they are faced by many... TEACHING ICT FOR SPECIAL NEEDS...
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The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teacher-Pupil Interaction
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...Pupil Interaction in theNational Literacy and Numeracy Strategies Research Article Focus The article under consideration intends to analyze the relevance and efficacy of the interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in the domain of teacher-pupil interaction. The implementation of the National Literacy and Numeracy Strategies has resulted in the introduction of IWBs on a large scale so as to facilitate and interactive whole class teaching. Since their introduction in 1990, the primary thrust of the National Literacy Strategy (NLS) and National Numeracy Strategy (NMS) has been on promoting 'interactive whole class... of the of the Concerned 15 April 2009 The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on...
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Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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...Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Theories, values, policies and issues on teacher-pupil relationship 4 Planning Skills and Practices involved to enhance Good teaching 8 Educational theories and issues on Good Teaching 11 Challenges Facing School Organizations 12 Conclusion and Recommendations 15 References 17 Introduction Good teaching is a practice, it is an act and it is a process that requires utmost diligence, dedication and talent to enable the children understand the complexity of the information being passed by the teacher. It is considered as an act of generosity, a craft that grows through continued practice... ? Proper Planning and...
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NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH IN THE CLASSROOM: WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS ON PUPIL PERFORMANCE
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...Pupil Performance? This study focuses on the effects of an increase in non-native English speaking pupils on school performance in England. It examines negative and positive effects on the pupils’ performance both native and non-native English speakers. The interaction between native English speakers, white non-native speakers and non-white, non-native English speakers has a wide range effects on pupils performance both positive and negative. According to the recent studies, the number of non-native English speakers has increased tremendously in the recent past for the pupils enrolling in primary school especially those between... Non-Native Speakers of English in the room: What Are the Effects on Pupil...
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How teachers use language strategies in schools to control behaviour increase pupil participation and to facilitate learning
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...Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning. Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor’s Name 9 May 2011 Language strategies will increase the learning process. The research focuses on the use of language as a means of increasing learning in the classroom environment. The research focuses on the importance of incorporating culture and other inputs to the classroom learning environment. “Life is largely a process of adaptation to the circumstances in which we exist. A perennial give-and-take has been going on between living matter and its inanimate surroundings, between one living being... How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase...
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How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning
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...Pupil Participation and to Facilitate Learning. Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor’s Name 9 May 2011 Language strategies will increase the learning process. The research focuses on the use of language as a means of increasing learning in the classroom environment. The research focuses on the importance of incorporating culture and other inputs to the classroom learning environment. “Life is largely a process of adaptation to the circumstances in which we exist. A perennial give-and-take has been going on between living matter and its inanimate surroundings, between one living being... ? How Teachers use language Strategies in Schools to Control Behaviour Increase...
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Discuss how a teacher of Physical education in mainstream schools might make provision for the inclusion of a disabled pupil. Your discussion should relate to the strategies or models of inclusion recognised as good practice in the current literature
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...pupils in mainstream schools Introduction Disabled children in mainstream schools suffer from severe adjustment problems in practicing physical education and schools largely depend on inclusion programs for providing support for disabled children. Inclusion program for disabled children bestow substantial representation for both mental and physical disabilities of students in public schools and current education system in England requires innovative researches and strategies in this field. In general, the term disability is used to point toward a physical or mental circumstance that limits person’s movements, senses or both physiological... promotes physical education among the disabled...
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Discuss how moving-image(film and tv) based knowledge, drama and speaking and listening can contribute to pupil self confidence as readers and writers in the light of your study of Macbeth
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...pupils involved in the process. It is a mutually interactive process in which students sit forming a circle. For example, if the lesson is based on Macbeth, one student in the circle may move to another in the circle and say, “You really think a lot of yourself, don’t you?”. The second student may move to a third and say, “I expect meeting the hags was a bit of the trauma. Do you think... The importance of moving image in education: An educator’s perspective: Educators all over the world have recognized the importance of moving image in the literature and it can thus be considered as a global language. Its use in education has been realized and greatly promoted in the 21st century in the course of...
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Delivering Learning Environment for Visual and Physical Impair Child through Touch
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...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 he had restricted opportunities to learn and develop. I felt it was crucial that I developed teaching strategies and activities that motivated him to want to develop his tactile skills. My main aim was to enable him to develop his tactile skills to stimulate his interest and ability to experience the world around him... The aim of my professional practice is to become well versed in terms of how to support the...
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Assessment of the child with complex needs
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...pupil was to determine the functional vision available for communication and education. I felt that by choosing the ‘Vision for Doing’ model designed by Stuart Aitken and Marianna Buultjens (1992) which offers more flexibility in the assessment procedures, it will help me to determine the pupil’s functional vision and suggest practical ways of overcoming difficulties to enhance her development potential. Overall I feel... ?Assignment Self Assessment (Brief review of my work) The purpose of this paper is to stress the need for more suitable and meaningful assessment tools / methods to determine the developmental potential for learners with complex needs. My initial concern regarding one particular pupil...
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Interaction and Usability
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...Pupil 24 A.5 Cognitive walk-through 26 A.6 Heuristic Evaluation 27 A.7 Scenarios 28 A.8 Task Analysis 30 1. Introduction Brit Drive is a small driving school, situated in the north of London. With the help of certified and experienced instructors, the school offers driving lessons at affordable prices. The target market of Brit Drive consists of those people from the locality who want to learn how to drive. Brit Drive holds lessons for nearly 20-30 students each day. The duration of a daily lesson varies from one... ? Interaction and Usability (MOD002591) Brit Drive System Interface Due 10 May Faculty: Science and Technology Department: Computing & Technology Module Code: MOD002591 Academic Year:...
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Individual observation program
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...pupils. My initial concern regarding one particular pupil was that due to his cognitive, visual and physical impairment, he had restricted opportunities to learn and develop. I felt it was crucial that I offer him the opportunity to experience movement and to learn from it. My main aim was to stimulate his interest, his ability to experience the world around him, and to motivate him to initiate movements outside his... The aim of my professional practice is to become well-versed in how sensory impairments affect motor development in children with multi-sensory impairments. Previously, I mostly relied upon the input from the physiotherapist to direct me on how to support the physical needs of the pupils. ...
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Primary school teachers ICT training in UK
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...pupil measurement and evaluation methods, ICT pupil progress monitoring methods and ICT pupil-teacher communication skills (Wheeler, 2000). If the Primary School Teachers have not studied the ICT themselves then the learning environment between the teacher and the pupil will be inept Forcheri, P., & Molfino. (Forcheri & Molfino, 2000, p. 178). The Primary teacher will be lacking in resourceful learning control from the pupils who will in turn resort to non-educative ICT adventures. This will be a barrier in the ICT... PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ICT TRAINING IN UK In UK the trainings offered to Primary School Teachers about ICT are in the change management from manual education to ICT methodologies, ICT...
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The Role of the Nervous System and Reflex Arcs in the Body
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...pupil reflex to light is an example of such a process” (Stark and Sherman, 1956). To see what exactly pupil accommodation is, you may look into the mirror and direct a bright torch at your eyes and almost... The body performs numerous voluntary and involuntary activities all of which are controlled by the peripheral and the autonomic nervous system respectively.” The initiation and propagation of impulses in excitable tissues has long been considered chiefly from the point of view derived from the study of peripheral nerve fibers” (Bishop,1976) Conduction of nerve impulses along a neuron generates response to stimuli. The basis of all CNS activity is reflexes which occur at brain or spinal cord levels....
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Fieldwork observation report
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...pupil. The first thing that I observe was that there was a very good relationship between the teacher and the pupils. The class was lively and the communication process was well organized. The teacher was delivering the content but he did not dominate the lesson. This means that he had not assumed the role of know it all. After introducing the topic he gave a lot explanation and examples that can be used to understand the multiplication process. In order to ensure... that the learners grasp the knowledge the teacher asked both oral and written questions some were simple while others were a bit complex. As a professional the teacher was very kin on the way he was handling the...
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Children Development1
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...pupils. Introduction Childhood development is a stage by stage process that where a child develops... In the interview conducted the aim is to verify the Rosenberg's findings about the stages of the developments of children with respect to changes in physical descriptions of a child at ages. Similarly we want to evaluate the stage at which the personal characteristics in form of qualities, emotions and personalities are realized. We want also to evaluate the existence of self realization development of attitudes, beliefs, the view on self and others and secrets in different ages. Lastly we want to see the shift in the locus of self knowledge and how it is depicted by the responses given by the...
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Abelard Meets Heloise-Dante and the Three Kingdoms
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...Pupil, Heloise by: Edmund Leighton (1853-1922) Leighton was the son of an artist by the name of Charles Blair Leighton. Edmund was born in London and was known in his adult years for his extremely skillful craftsmanship. He central medium of use was paint and he mainly focused on works depicting regency and medieval subjects. His particular piece known as Abelard and His Pupil, Heloisa depicts a taboo encounter between an instructor and his pupil. The painting shows... Abelard Meets Heloise-Dante and the Three Kingdoms: Outline Thesis ment: The purpose of this paper is to artistically explore and analyze two separate art works in order to utilize artistic application to better understand the element...
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Diverse Family Structures
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...pupils, and pupil-pupil. Therefore, a teacher must devise a way to connect with the parents and guardians of the pupils in the school. Mandel (2008) outlines various ways of enhancing parent-teacher partnership. During the initial few days at school the teacher should get to create a rapport with the student’s family, knowing each other, establish a relationship and a level of respect between them (Mandel ,2008). The parents value and will protect their children at all cost from danger. The teacher must make the parents trust him or her as an advocate and partner for the well-being and interest of their children at heart. Finally...  Diverse Family Structures In every society, family forms a basic unit ...
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TheLesson EugeneIonesco
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...pupil for the “doctorate examination”. In the initial stages of the play, he comes out as someone who is meek. This is evident when he says that he is the “servant of the pupils” (Ionesco 50). However, as the story progresses, his authoritarian character comes out. Eventually, he becomes irrational, absurd and angry. His irrationality is evident from the fact that he did not allow for any interruption to this barrage of “doctorate” philosophy. From the play, it is evident... The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco Characters Analysis The is the major character in Lesson by Eugene Ionesco. He isover fifty years old judging from the fact that he had lived in the town for over thirty five years. He tutors the pupil...
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The Economics of Education & Financing Education Adequately
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...pupil in Fentress County, three surrounding counties, and the state per pupil expenditure average. Response to question one. Increasing social problems could cause massive increases in the annual cost of public secondary and elementary education. Social problem involves social issues that may plague the system of education. For example, emotional, ethical, gender, economic, and cultural issues are some of the social problems in education. The major effect of these problems on education has always been to increasing the cost of education (Brimley, Rulon, Garfield, et.al. 2008). For instance, economic issues increase the cost... ? The Economics of Education & Financing Education Adequately Education is not ...
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The Economics of Education & Financing Education Adequately - 6
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...pupil in Fentress County, three surrounding counties, and the state per pupil expenditure average. Response to question one. Increasing social problems could cause massive increases in the annual cost of public secondary and elementary education. Social problem involves social issues that may plague the system of education. For example, emotional, ethical, gender, economic, and cultural issues are some of the social problems in education. The major effect of these problems on education has always been to increasing the cost of education (Brimley, Rulon, Garfield, et.al. 2008). For instance, economic issues increase the cost... The Economics of Education & Financing Education Adequately Education is not...
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A critical review of a sociological research study that employs a qualitative approach
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...pupils. The theoretical framework provided by the Bernstein theory has been used to analyze the impact of social class on the performance of pupils. The research methodology employed by the author in carrying out the study used Bernstein’s theory to provide a foundation for the research. Other qualitative methods including interviews from pupils were taken to provide qualitative data as recorded in the transcripts. Since... Critical Review of Qualitative Approach The research by Amelia Hempel-Jorgensens studies the effect of the arrangement of social es in working class schools and middle class schools. The author considers the differences in testing practices to evaluate the learner identities of...
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Demonstrate the evidence of activities
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...pupil, I made use of this period to introduce myself and gave a passing glimpse as to how I ended up in this career. I also endeavoured to lay the foundation for a more open relationship between us so that my pupil will come to regard me as more than just a teacher. I made it certain... for this day to mark as the beginning of a lasting bond. 1b. Demonstrate an understanding of factors that influence how students integrate into practice Our work requires being up on your toes and having those same toes stilted by nothing less than education, skill and confidence. I believe that my student will best attain these if I were to groom my pupil following the strictest standard of...
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Rav Shimi Bar Ashi and Rav Papa: Text Study
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...pupil. 2. What would be different ways to understand Rabi Shimi's understanding of Rabi Papa's role as a teacher? We could understand Rabi Shimi's opinion of Rabi Papa's role in many different ways... ?"Rav Shimi Bar Ashi and Rav Papa: A Text Study What would be different ways to understand Rabi Papa's perception of Rabi Shimi posing questions?One way to understand this, aside from perceiving the questioning as insolence, would be to accept and encourage Rabi Shimi's questioning as an example of a curious mind. A curious mind is something that is very useful to educators, and could be seen as a positive trait, and the educator could use the questioning as a way to enhance and encourage learning in the...
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Text study
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...pupil. 2. What would be different ways to understand Rabi Shimis understanding of Rabi Papas role as a teacher? We could understand Rabi Shimis opinion of Rabi Papas role in many different ways. Here... Rav Shimi Bar Ashi and Rav Papa: A Text Study What would be different ways to understand Rabi Papas perception of Rabi Shimi posing questions? One way to understand this, aside from perceiving the questioning as insolence, would be to accept and encourage Rabi Shimis questioning as an example of a curious mind. A curious mind is something that is very useful to educators, and could be seen as a positive trait, and the educator could use the questioning as a way to enhance and encourage learning in the...
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How Sensory Impairments Affect Gross and Fine Motor Skills in Children with Multi-sensory Impairments
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...pupil as I observed him over the period of two weeks in order to gain an insight into his learning. I have provided information about the child’s special educational needs based on references to information in the school class files, archived materials (medical reports) and my own observations. Thirdly, I have tried to point out the various... ?Education “Movement is the foundation on which all learning is built”. Van Dijk, 6 Introduction: Children learn through action and engagement in any activity. This engagement involves movement and exploration of the child’s surroundings. Through movement, children develop their motor skills and an understanding of the physical world. Moreover, through their...
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Global Positioning Systems in Education
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...Pupil 5 & 6 are chatting together about how... Research Results Children Attitude Using Garmin GPS 60 An attitude is like a puff of smoke that we wish to describe. To do so, we must sample many molecules in the puff if we wish to describe it adequately. One molecule will not do! "Summers 1970" Sabamir 4/14/2010 Table of contents Results 1. Introduction 3 2. Technical Overview 3 3. Management and Purpose of GPS 4 4. Data Collected 5 5. Methods of Data Collected 5 6. Summary of Data Collected 6 7. Research Objectives 6 8. Research Questions 7 9. Analysis of Results 8 I. Child-Centered Learning 9 II. Multimedia + IT Based Learning 11 I...
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Qualitative Research Methods
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...pupils. The theoretical framework provided by the Bernstein theory has been used to analyze the impact of social class on the performance of pupils. The research methodology employed by the author in carrying out the study used Bernstein’s theory to provide a foundation for the research. Other qualitative methods including interviews from pupils were taken to provide qualitative data as recorded in the transcripts. Since... ?Critical Review of Qualitative Approach The research by Amelia Hempel-Jorgensens studies the effect of the arrangement of social es in working class schools and middle class schools. The author considers the differences in testing practices to evaluate the learner identities of...
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Biological Influences-U2-IP
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...pupil in the eye was adapted to receive light incident on small... Biological Influences-U2-IP Experiment After rubbing the sand paper gently with the index finger the coarseness was felt. As it was unused sand paper it is very coarse and can be rated as 7. After sometime when the coarse paper was rubbed gently with the same finger the coarseness felt was little bit decreased. Experimenting with the same sandpaper the coarseness perception was decreased in the second attempt. It is due to the adaptation of the skin to the coarseness of the sand paper. The adaptation depends both on body organ (skin) and stimuli from mind. When rubbed for the first time the there is no perception of the sandpaper's coars...
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Deafblind/Multi-sensory Impaired Children
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...pupils observed during the course of this study, to lend more credibility and document first-hand experience and evidence of the phenomenon. Lastly, various strategies which would enable the pupils to access and improve their learning will be discussed at length along with a comprehensive reasoning behind the choices made and their effectiveness when implemented. My role in relation to this project was chiefly concerned with observing and working with a pupil. It was important to collaborate with the support staff as they could provide additional information about the pupil... ? Education “Deafblind children are extremely difficult to assess… so we should not take… any assessment of the children as the...
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Developing as a Teacher
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...PUPIL'S LEARNING AND CONSTRUCTIVISM 4. MOTIVATING PUPILS TO LEARN ACTIVELY 5. IMPROVING LEARNING THROUGH LEARNING STRATEGIES IN CLASSROOM 6. STIMULATING LEARNING IN A DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM 7. REFERENCES INTRODUCTION In contemporary education, learning involves not only cognition but, also affect, attitude, interest, and strategy use as well as quality of instruction (Alsop, Bencze, & Pedretti, 2005). Affect and attitude describe a pupil's emotion, feeling, and mood toward a fact or state and interest is a feeling that causes special attention to something. As a result of many pupil's... DEVELOPING AS A TEACHER TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2. ROOM CONTEXTUAL FACTORS 3. PUPIL'S ...
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Comparative criminal justice
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...pupil obtains practical training. Pupilage stage is divided into two divisions: the practicing six months, also referred to as the first six and the non-practicing six months, also referred to as the second six. The structure of pupilage The structure includes two parts... Sur Lecturer Comparative criminal justice The stages of becoming a barrister or "training for the bar" In order to become a barrister, the following stages are involved: academic stage, vocational stage or bar professional training, and pupilage stage Academic stage and its requirements for its successful completion The academic stage is the initial stage of training for a barrister. It is composed of a degree in Qualifying Law or an ap...
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Two Topics
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...pupil to close, plenty of the very bright light from the flash penetrates the eye through the pupil. Due to this, the fundus at the retina is reflected off and out through the pupil. The camera registers the reflected light and emits it as a red-eye effect (Richard, 14). Discuss chromatic aberration in a lens Chromatic Aberration is a typical optical problem that happens when a lens... Discuss why animal eyes glow green when illuminated at night. What causes “red-eye” in flash pictures? The unique eye shine emitted by many animals, comes from a mirror-like layer of cells behind the retina known as the tapetum lucidum. Some of the light entering the eye is captured by the retina, while some of the light ...
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End of Module assesment work
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...pupil voice using visual methods: findings from a study of engaged and disaffected pupils in an urban secondary school by Hilary Cremin, Carolynne Mason and Hugh Busher, and Inside The Primary Classroom: Examples of Dissatisfaction Behind A Veil of Compliance by Helen Fisher. It will consider the differences and similarities of the pair of articles in relation to several areas such as topics, methodology, scope, conclusion, among others. Part A: Differences and similarities of the pair of articles Similarities and differences in topic There exist several similarities and differences in the topics of the two articles... ?End of Module Assessment Work This paper will examine two articles d Problematising...
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Values and Attitudes
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...Pupil Achievements and Adjustment: A Literature Review,” parents are the primary factors for influencing values and attitudes in children (Desforges, 2003). This is due to the fact that children tend to spend a huge chunk of their time with their family members as their primary means of socialization. Parents tend to impart... ? Describe the difference between values and attitudes. Values and attitudes are two very important concepts in the realm of sociology and psychology. According to the article entitled “Clarifying Values” by Judy Harrow, attitudes are defined as “general opinions or beliefs”(Harrow, 2011). Values, on the other hand, are a bit more complex as they tend to be what a person places a...
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Integrated Services
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...pupil identification number is shown below. (And what about the large pupils pupil and identification need to be joined.) 6. The design of computer systems are always carried out... Running Head: The Impact of Integrated Services on Children, Parents and Families. The Impact of Integrated Services on Children, Parents and Families [Name of Writer] [Name of Institution] The Impact of Integrated Services on Children, Parents and Families In 11 out of 20 centers visited the impact of integration of services on children, parents and families was good or exceptional. Eight were judged satisfactory and one was not up to the mark. The teachers of primary schools found that children trained ...
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Learning through touch - why children who are deafblind or multi-sensory impaired (MSI) are more reliant on touch or their tactile senses to experience the world
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...Pupil Z National Curriculum Assessment 2011 Appendix 4 – Child Z... physiotherapy review report. Appendix 5 – Pupil Z individual observation programme. Appendix 6 – Pupils Z observation programme in class. Introduction ‘In order to help someone to learn something (…) we should carefully examine the way that it is learnt naturally and use these processes whenever possible’. (Hewett & Nind, cited in Whitefield, 2011) The learning process of a multi-sensory impaired (MSI) child, such as a deafblind child, needs to be highly individualized and address the child’s unique ways of learning and his own interests. The deafblind child, like the multi-sensory...
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Lenses Research Paper
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...pupils that are generally diaphragms’ images... Lenses Lenses are used in practically all the aspects of human being’s life. The human eyes contain two lenses each,which enables them to focus and see things clearly. Lenses have a wide variety of uses and are not only used in correcting human vision, as they can be used to magnify and enhance objects that cannot be seen with the naked eye, with the help of telescopes and microscopes. This paper will examine the various types of lenses together with their properties and applications in real life. A lens can be defined as a transparent object containing two refracting surfaces that have central axes that coincide. The central axis of the lens forms the...
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...pupil teacher ratio for four countries, based on data from The World Bank (2015). GDP is one of the economic indicators of development and sustainability (The Great Britain, 2012). The United States has the highest GDP while Nigeria has the least (Table 1). GDPs for Nigeria, China... Compare and contrast May 18, Compare and contrast Performance indicators help in evaluating progress towards national goals ofa better world. Based on specific scales, the indicators inform on a country’s trend in performance and development and can be used to compare and contrast sustainability of development across countries. Below is a comparative analysis of life expectancy at birth, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and...
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Children Who Are Deafblind / Multi-Sensory Impaired
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...pupils observed during the course of this study, to lend more credibility and document first-hand experience and evidence of the phenomenon. Lastly, various strategies which would enable the pupils to access and improve their learning will be discussed at length along with a comprehensive reasoning behind the choices made and their effectiveness when implemented. My role in relation to this project was chiefly concerned with observing and working with a pupil. It was important to collaborate with the support staff as they could provide additional information about...  Education “Deafblind children are extremely difficult to assess… so we should not take… any assessment of the children as the full and c...
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Teaching Assistants Sopporting the Curriculum
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...pupils out. Teaching Assistants Supporting the Curriculum Teaching is one of the most well respected professions in the world. Most of us remember our school teachers and thank them throughout life for their hard work and dedication which helped many of us get where we are today. I always admired my teachers as a child and I guess it is this admiration that has lead me to where I stand today, on the verge of becoming a teaching assistant. As a teaching assistant I would ensure that I support pupils properly and help them concentrate... This essay discusses how teaching assistants help support the curriculum. The paper also discusses how teaching assistants provide support to teachers while helping...
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...pupils might also exhibit... Your May 11, Planning Transitions to Prevent Challenging Behavior There are so many group care settings that have risen in the last decade like child care, Head Start and preschools; thus there is also an increased pressure in documenting the children’s social and academic outcomes like children with challenging behavior. This challenging behavior is often related to issues regarding anxiety: being in a group setting for the first time, not knowing expectations for a setting, not having enough social skills, no competent social skills or simply being bored. To minimize challenging behavior, the educator must minimize transitions. Apart from the stated reasons above, the pupi...
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