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Pupil Annaual Progress Report
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Within the year, As the year has progress, she has become an avid communicator and has learnt strategies to move herself from place to place to participate inexperience variousdifferent activities or explore her… Recent assessment has shown that she has moved one levelr up and has secured level P3(ii) in communication and exploring and ordering the world…
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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).…
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3 policies which promote positive pupil behaviour
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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 School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Section 61 requires schools to lay down their behaviour policy in black…
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Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered
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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. …
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Pupil Voice in the learning institutions
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The essay discusses various issues to explain the importance of involving the pupil voice in the learning process. The issues of inclusion, lack of competence among pupils to express them, fear of student power and authenticity are discussed.… The intention of this study is the pupil voice as the consultative wing of pupil participation. When we talk of…
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School's Pastoral Structure and Pupil Achievement
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This essay presents pastoral care, as decisive to academic achievement as its successful implementation may be, which 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.… According to the report findings Pastoral…
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How Can a School's Pastoral Structure Support Pupil Achievement
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This paper talks about Pastoral Care which is a characteristically British paradigm that in other Western cultures is restricted to a decidedly religious context. 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. … This essay stresses that the investigation was…
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Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered: An Analysis
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This paper talks that today’s educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. 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. … This essay stresses that the amount of agreement across studies suggests that the…
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Teching ICT for Special Need Pupil Between Theory and Practice
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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 and it will be discussed in this paper.… To make ICT practical in addressing the needs of students with special needs, there is need to sensitize the…
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The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teacher-Pupil Interaction
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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.… As per Reynolds…
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Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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In this paper, good teaching and its values to pupils shall be critically evaluated in the context of a primary school to explain how good teaching influences teacher-students relationships … 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…
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NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH IN THE CLASSROOM: WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS ON PUPIL PERFORMANCE
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It examines negative and positive effects on the pupils’ performance both native and non-native English speakers. The interaction between native English… The statistics indicate that about one child out of nine is non-native English speakers in England. Between 2003 and 2009 the number of non-native speaking children increased by one-third to 12% of the total…
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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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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… Teachers use language strategies in schools to control student behavior, increase pupil participation, and to Facilitate Learning. Teachers use…
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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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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. … This paper stresses that a separate discipline, that centers on prioritising…
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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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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… Children with disabilities find it as really hard to practice various physical…
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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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Its use in education has been realized and greatly promoted in the 21st century in the course of exploring new ways to achieve sound… Exposure to the media and technology has increased manifolds in the present age as compared to the past. A major portion of the daily routine is dedicated to an individual’s interaction with the moving image in the form of the…
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Delivering Learning Environment for Visual and Physical Impair Child through Touch
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Abstract 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 main aim was to enable him to develop his tactile skills to stimulate his…
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Assessment of the child with complex needs
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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 was to determine the functional vision available for communication and education.…
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Interaction and Usability
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Interaction and Usability (MOD002591) Brit Drive System Interface Due Date: 10 May 2013 Faculty: Science and Technology Department: Computing & Technology Module Code: MOD002591 Academic Year: 2012/2013 Semester: 2 Content 1. Introduction 3 2. Discovery Methods 3 2.1 Primary Research 3 2.2 Secondary Research 3 3.… Implementation 10 7 Evaluation 19 7.1…
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Individual observation program
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Abstract 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.… My main aim was to stimulate his interest, his ability to…
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Primary school teachers ICT training in UK
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In UK the trainings offered to Primary School Teachers about ICT are in the change management from manual education to ICT methodologies, ICT pupil measurement and evaluation methods, ICT pupil progress monitoring methods and ICT pupil-teacher communication skills (Wheeler, 2000).… This will be a barrier in the ICT teaching. (Wheeler, 2000). The Teacher ICT…
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The Role of the Nervous System and Reflex Arcs in the Body
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1) 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.…
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Fieldwork observation report
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My main concern was to observe the interaction between the teacher and the pupil. The first thing that I observe was that there was a very good relationship between the… 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…
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Abelard Meets Heloise-Dante and the Three Kingdoms
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Thesis Statement: 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 of humanity within each. Michelino was an Italian painter from the Florentine school. He was… This particular piece depicts purgatory, hell, paradise on earth (the Garden of Eden…
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Children Development1
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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.… Childhood development is a…
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