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...Teaching Tool 5 Research Questions 6 Methodology 6.1 Research Site 6.2 Participent 6.3 Data Collection, Intervention and Reflection 6.4 Data Analysis 6.5 Validity Issues 6.6 Ethical Issues 7 Research limitations 8 Work Cited 9 Appendix I : Students’ Satisfaction Survey 1. Title: Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool on 7th Grade ESL Students’ Motivation 2. Introduction: My ESL students of grade 7 has little motivation and participation... plan to use Facebook as a teaching tool to increase motivation and participation of my 7th grade students. The purpose of this Action Research study is to examine the effects of using Facebook as a...
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Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool on 7th Grade ESL Students Motivation
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...Teaching Tool 5 Research Questions 6 Methodology 6.1 Research Site 6.2 Participent 6.3 Data Collection, Intervention and Reflection 6.4 Data Analysis 6.5 Validity Issues 6.6 Ethical Issues 7 Research limitations 8 Work Cited 9 Appendix I : Students’ Satisfaction Survey 1. Title: Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool on 7th Grade ESL Students’ Motivation 2. Introduction: My ESL students of grade 7 has little motivation and participation in English language activities... ?Contents 2 Introduction 3 Rational and Context 4 Literature Review 4 Motivation 4.2. Motivation to Read and Write 4.3. Motivation to Learn English among Hong Kong Students 4.4. Reading and Writing with Technology 4.5. Facebook as a...
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The Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool on Students Interest and Motivation in Learning English
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...Teaching Tool on Students’ Interest and Motivation in Learning English Presented in partial fulfillment of the conferment of the Masters Degree in Education (ELS) (2012) Acknowledgement Table of Contents Acknowledgement 2 Table of Contents 2 1.0.Introduction 4 1.1.Statement of the Problem 5 1.2.Research Questions 6 1.3.Objective of the Study 6 1.4.Educational Issues Related to Technology; Achievement and Motivation. 6 1.5.Definition of Terms 7 1.6.Assumptions 8 1.7.Limitations 8 1.8.Significance... of the Study 8 2.0. Literature Review 9 2.1. Context of L2 Students in Hong Kong Today and technological Context 9 2.2. Motivation to Read and Write 10 2.3.Necessity for Motivation to Learn English...
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Report of a project by independent study (Topic: The effect of using Facebook as a teaching tool on students interest and motivation in learning English)
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...Teaching Tool on Students’ Interest and Motivation in Learning English Presented in partial fulfillment of the conferment of the Masters Degree in Education (ELS) (2012) Acknowledgement Table of Contents Acknowledgement 2 Table of Contents 2 1.0.Introduction 4 1.1.Statement of the Problem 5 1.2.Research Questions 6 1.3.Objective of the Study 6 1.4.Educational Issues Related to Technology; Achievement and Motivation. 6 1.5.Definition of Terms 7 1.6.Assumptions 8 1.7.Limitations 8 1.8.Significance... OF HONG KONG MASTER OF EDUCATION (ELS) MEDD 6014 METHODS OF RESEARCH AND ENQUIRY WONG Kee Chin No. 881189 Submitted to: Dr. Y.Y. Li Submission date: PROJECT TITLE: The Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching ...
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Teaching Evaluation Tool Paper
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...teaching of nursing or healthcare in a higher education setting al affiliation Performance of nursing instructors: an examination of peer review tool Introduction An evaluation of tutor’s teaching methodologies and training methods is mandatory for successful nursing instructions. Nurses have varying and diverse roles imposed on their career. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the university or college’s management to ensure that quality education is given to the nurses. Instructors dedicated to teaching of nurses must perform various roles ranging from instruction, guidance to follow up of content taught. According to Bell and Mladenovic (2008), nurses’ instructors must... ? Evaluating the teaching ...
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Teaching Evaluation Tool Paper
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...Teaching Evaluation Tool: In Better Perspective Teachers shape the minds of both young and matured individuals, hence, the substance of their roles in sustaining high standards in knowledge pursuits. In order to assess this, specific evaluation tools are frequently utilized, which can be varied in form, depending on the goals set by academic establishments. Although diversities in categorical arrangement of data can be observed in performance summaries, the basic elements for dynamic teaching is still present in most forms, depicting the significance of developing better academic strategies for reaching out to students in...
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Is simulation an effective educational tool in teaching procedural skills to pediatric residents
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...tool in teaching procedural skills to pediatric residents? LITERATURE REVIEW Simulators for medical residentsMedical simulators are computer-based technologies used in the medical profession for practicing skills on. Their purpose is to provide a safe environment in which trainees can learn more efficiently and gain a similar kind of experience as with working on real patients. The practice is similar to using flight simulators for training pilots and war simulators used in the military. The use of simulation technologies for medical training has been studied by the SAEM (Society for Academic Emergency Medicine), the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, and the CEMRD... ?Is simulation an effective educational...
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The use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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...tool to improve their teaching. Progress Monitoring within an RTI Model Progress monitoring serves a critical role in determining specific learning disabilities. According to Thomas (2010), the several types... programs especially for students who have difficulties with standard instructional programs. CBM Skills Profile: According to Kenneth and Victor (2000), CBM skills profiles are used by teachers to evaluate the skills that require close attention in the annual curriculum. In addition, CBM skills profile assists significantly in noting students experiencing challenges in maintaining skills especially after the first the student has undergone the first mastery process....
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The Documentary 'Jamie Oliver's Great Escape' as a useful tool in teaching Italian to ab initio third level students of Culinar
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...teaching first year ab initio level Italian. The are honours degree level in Culinary Arts. The documentary is called 'Jamie Oliver - the Great Escape. I use the DVD version but it is also available on youtube. This documentary is proving very useful on a numbe of different levels. Firstly, it focuses on what the students are most interested in - food and cooking. It also introduces them to six different regions of Italy, to the culutre of eating in Italy and the language. The documentary is mainly in English, with some Italian spoken occasionally and they learn while enjoying themselves. Engaging Language Learners by Making the Learning Real It is well documented in cognitive science... ?means of...
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Research paper discussing the use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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...Tools for Teaching Introduction In academics, progress monitoring assessments serves the purpose ofquantifying an individual’s progress. Mere improvement in grades may not be an objective indication of learning effectiveness. Commonly, progress monitoring tools are used in ascertaining students’ performance. However, teachers can use these tools in order to improve their teaching methods. Admittedly, administering knowledge to students is experimental in nature. There is no specific method that a teacher uses in dispensing instructions to learners. Teaching requires integration of distinct methods, where certain methods may prove more effective than others. One way... that a teacher can tell...
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The use of progress monitoring can help provide educators with a valuable tool to improve their own teaching
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...teachings whereas theological leaders embark on analytical truths. Theology also deals with rational analysis on religious faiths... Critical Definition: Case study of Religion In The Science of Good and Evil by Michael Shermer, the term religion appears as a critical term that requires a lot of attention in order to discern the true meaning. In order to devise the most suitable definition for the term “evolution of morality”, it is important to discern how the author utilizes the terms. In his topic, the author compares words using contemporary theology and religion scholars. The author has a conviction that the progressive utopian that underlies religion does not clash with the concept of faith. In...
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Teaching
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...tools and technology that is in the classroom. For teachers, this poses both new challenges and opportunities for teaching. This comes from the same choices and the stimulations that students are surrounded by in the environment that is altering the way in which students learn and the teaching which is available to students. The challenge comes with the engagement in the classroom and the way in which technology often detracts from the ability to create the right atmosphere with teaching. However, other experiments show a different outcome, where technology works as a tool in creating links... Teaching the correct ideologies to is one which is traditionally based on fulfilling the curriculum and the...
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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...teaching tool for written English. The aim of this of this paper is to review current findings... ? Annotated Bibliography Using Twitter to Improve the Writing Skills of EFL/ESL Hessah Aldayel ENG 557 Dr. Lucy Pickering Texas A&M University- Commerce Fall 2013 Introduction English writing is an important element in being able to properly articulate ones thoughts and feelings in a secondary language. Therefore, it is important that teachers find and develop ways and means of encouraging their students to constantly practice their writing skills in the second language that they are trying to acquire. These days, students have a greater opportunity to practice their written language by using internet,...
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EC430 Curriculum Development Assignment 7
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...teaching in language classes in the era of Grammar Translation Method…(it) has been dropped down the pedestal” (Khatib & Derakhshan, 2011). In recent years, literature as a teaching tool has... EC430 Curriculum Development Assignment 7 (School) 25 February This paper will serve to answer questions in regards to similarities between Black English, non-English or bilingual speakers in the classroom, the attitudes and techniques that can be used to encourage these children to learn, what teachers can do to encourage the involvement of the family, and the role of the teacher ni regards to the parents of a child who is not fluent in any language. Keywords: Black English, non-English, bilingual, speakers, class...
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Reflective Teaching
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...teaching, this approach is perceived to be a valuable tool when it comes to professional growth and self evaluation. Therefore, from the explanation generated in this article, it is conclusive to indicate that experience alone will hardly be sufficient if professional growth has to be enhanced. Furthermore, if this experience has to be coupled with reflective teaching approach, a powerful impetus is born through which teachers’ development is enhanced. References Pollard, A. & Collins, J. (2005). Reflective Teaching.: Evidence-informed professional practice. Continuum Studies... Reflective Teaching grade: Introduction For most teachers, the skills room teaching are usually developed at an early stage...
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Reflective Teaching
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...teaching, this approach is perceived to be a valuable tool when it comes to professional growth and self evaluation. Therefore, from the explanation generated in this article, it is conclusive to indicate that experience alone will hardly be sufficient if professional growth has to be enhanced. Furthermore, if this experience has to be coupled with reflective teaching approach, a powerful impetus is born through which teachers’ development is enhanced. References Pollard, A. & Collins, J. (2005). Reflective Teaching.: Evidence-informed professional practice. Continuum Studies in Reflective Practice... ? Reflective Teaching grade: Introduction For most teachers, the skills room teaching are usually...
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Abstrsct
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...teaching tool. Teachers will be required to develop the skills and knowledge on e-learning. The study is particularly designed to prove how videoconferencing can replace the conventional teaching method in enhancing the training of Intercultural Communication among in-service English teachers who are not conversant with the Arabic culture.... Exploring EFL Teachers’ Competences in Synchronous Telecollaborative Intercultural Communication platform This paper proposes the synchronization of intercultural competency in teaching English in a foreign culture. The learning and teaching of a foreign language does not only involve the acquisition of communication competency, but also the intercultural...
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Teaching science
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...teach children not just about science but about essential lessons that are integral parts of one's life as well. (Golberg, 1997) The development of a child's scientific habits of mind is not only beneficial to the total development of the child; it is likewise a valuable tool that teachers can use in order to facilitate better learning. With the development of such skills, the teacher can concentrate on using the inquiry-based model. In doing so, she lessens the strain on her teaching skills since learning science becomes a process of self-discovery... TEACHING SCIENCE Science is a part of an individual's daily life. The vast area that science covers makes it an inevitable body of knowledge that...
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Report
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...teaching in order to provide their students with the best training and education. In the recent past, student feedback has gained popularity as an effective teaching tool for students. More people are embracing the use... ? The use feedback in higher education The use feedback in higher education Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 1.0 Abstract 2 2.0 Introduction 2 3.0 Background  3 4.0 Nature of Feedback 3 5.0 The Feedback Process 3 6.0 Advantages of feedback 4 7.0 Challenges facing the feedback process 5 8.0 Research findings 5 9.0 Conclusion 6 10. Recommendation  6 11. References 7 1.0 Abstract With the increase in demand for quality education, educators have implemented different methods of...
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Communication Tool and Report
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...Tool . “Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs” Viewed 20 May 2014, from: .  “Scope for People with a Disability - Communication Aid Examples” Viewed 20 May 2014, from: .  “VidatakEz Communication Boards “talk” for those who can’t” Viewed 20 May 2014, from: .  ... The communication tool that I chose to create was a message board. This was a simplified message board comprised of images about things that are often used regularly by patients as well as nursing staff. This message board was specifically meant for patients who cannot talk. I designed this board in such a way that the nurse will hold it close to the patient and the patient can point on the picture to indicate...
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Teaching Vocabulary
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...teach vocabulary to the students. Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary The primitive methods of teaching largely depended on the use of manual methods of teaching in which students were taught through methods which required a lot of learning by heart. However, in order to effectively teach the students vocabulary, the use of technology can be one of the most effective strategies. The use of multimedia glasses is considered as one of the important tools of the information... Introduction "The role that vocabulary knowledge plays in second and foreign language acquisition has long been neglected. However, vocabulary is currently receiving increased emphasis in the language teaching curriculum. This is due to ...
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Phonological Aspects of English Teaching and Learning #2
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...teaching tool in various countries. I analyzed my review articles basing on their relevance to the topic, year of issue and quality of the methods used in enacting the study. That is the reason why the research results I presented were quite cut and dry, direct to the point. By combining content and thematic analysis, it was evident that I would never predict the outcome of professional experiments on my topic. Because most of the studies focused on teaching English, I had to find ways and means of connecting the results to Arabic speaking students and audio visual aids. Therefore, I became... Phonological Aspects of English Teaching and Learning As a branch of linguistics, phonology is concerned with...
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Teaching Education
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...tools and technology that is in the classroom. For teachers, this poses both new challenges and opportunities for teaching. This comes from the same choices and the stimulations that students are surrounded by in the environment that is altering the way in which students learn and the teaching which is available to students. The challenge comes with the engagement in the classroom and the way in which technology often detracts from the ability to create the right atmosphere with teaching. However, other experiments show a different outcome, where technology works as a tool in creating links with children... ?Teaching the correct ideologies to is one which is traditionally based on fulfilling the...
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Electronic Media Education Tool
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...tool is highly indispensable on elevating standards of education amongst the older people. The teaching and education facility provided by the facility is highly recommendable though it is subject to further scrutiny and research. Several medical limitation and safety oriented practices highly hamper the process of delivering appropriate care to the elderly by application of electronic instruments and facilities. The enhancement of precise of electronic media education tool and teaching strategy to improve care of an older person in a health setting is precise attempts to the human development (Schrimpf & Fleetwood... By The of the The of the School The Beginning of apposite electronic media education...
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Laughing leads to learning
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...Teaching Tool The use of humor can be an effective way for teachers to get their more interested in the being taught. Inhis article for the American Pschological Association, (“How laughing leads to learning,” Stambor, Zac, Monitor Staff June 2006, Vol 37, No. 6.) Zac Stambor says that by lightening the mood in the classroom with humor, teachers have been able to pique the interest of their students and makes it easier for them to understand and focus on complex subject material. Stamor describes the way in which classroom humor is best utilized by quoting Houston State University psychologist Randy Garner, who says that students “want appropriate humor that is relevant, lightens the mood... ?Humor As A...
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...teaching tool that could visually educate the public” (Morse 221). Charles Baudelaire on the other hand, disagreed with Louis view that photography was an art he was in fact appalled by the definition if fine art as an accurate representation of some external reality. He considered men fools to believe photographs as “mirrors of physical facts” (Baudelaire, 83). He believed that photography was meant for record keeping and should not defined as art because it just represented what existed in nature.... Photography Louis Daguerre introduced the first openly announced procedure and It was the first procedure to come into extensive use. The daguerreotype image is often formed on a exceedingly polished...
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Language Teaching
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...Teaching Method or Second Language Teaching Practice Specifically Aimed at Developing Communication ESSAY ON RICHARDS AND RODGERS 3 LEVELS OF METHOD EVALUATION Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 205840 07 May 2008 Table of Contents: 1. Introduction3 2. Learning methods...3 3. Approach, Design and Procedure...4 3.1 Approach...4 3.1.1 Structure, Function and Interactions...5 3.2 Design5 3.3 Procedure...6 4. Learning Theories....6 5. Conclusion...8 References...10 APPROACH, DESIGN, AND PROCEDURE Language Teaching Method or Second Language Teaching Practice Specifically Aimed at Developing... APPROACH, DESIGN, AND PROCEDURE APPROACH, DESIGN, AND PROCEDURE Language...
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Health Institution Comparison Tool
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...tool is being sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico. As for the quality indicators this writer has chosen the following broad factors. Number of patients, Lengths of stay Cost George Town University Hospital George Town University Hospital which is a teaching hospital specializes in diseases like Cardiologic disorders, Endocrinology related ailments, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Renal Diseases, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pulmonology, Urology, Cancer, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Neurosurgery and Rheumatology (http://www.georgetownuniversityhospital.org). Washington Hospital Centre Washington Hospital Centre is a nonprofit health Institution whose... 1. Introduction I have selected Georgetown ...
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Interactive Teaching
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...tools and setting needed, along with managing student behavior, so effective learning and teaching can occur and a right to teach in a learning environment. Teachers need successful and effective teaching techniques. Purpose of Study The purpose of this critical analysis of the literature is to summarize and critique the current research on effective teaching strategies, management skills and to investigation how to improve and achieve desired student behavior, promote communication, improve teacher morale... USE OF DRAMA AND INTERACTIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES Tell me, I will forget - Show me, I may remember - Involve me, and I'll understand 4/16/2010 Saba Amir ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors woul...
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Discovering the Culture of Inquiry
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...Teaching Tool. Journal of Healthcare Information Management, 18(4). Available at http://www.himss.org/content/files/jhim/18-4/original1.pdf... Discovering the Culture of Inquiry: Evidence-Based Practice, Nursing Research and Quality Improvement The concept of evidence-based practice (EBP) provides that where there are questions on how to treat a patient, there should also be a place, or repository, where medical personnel can conduct research into studies done on those specific problems that also represent the patient and his or her current set of symptoms (Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt, 2011). As each research study is done, the particulars of the study and resulting proven evidence, once coded, becomes...
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Teaching Tips
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...Teaching tip 18: Pacing, n.d.) Follow-up Questions are another important tool by which the progress of the students can be measured. The follow... Teacher student feedback Introduction The main aim of the teachers is to make the students understand about the lessons imparted in the classroom. For this to happen, the teachers need to monitor the activities of the students and take feedbacks from them. Feedback is essential to construct an environment conducive to learning process. (Academic feedback, n.d.,p 1) Importance of questioning and feedback It is important for the teachers to continuously take note of the progress of the students. One of the most efficient procedures for checking the progress of t...
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How educators can best teach through play for children)
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...teaching tool, public schools perceive music as a luxury. Role-play and modelling is yet another way in which educators could use in teaching their students (MacDonald, et al. 2005). Students need to know that learning is enjoyable just as play. Teaching them... How Educators Can Best Teach Through Play for Children Introduction Play is important to the learning process of children. Because a child engages cognitively and physically, it plays a big role in the learning process of a child. In fact, a child learns best by engaging in play, especially when it matters and put in the right context. By engaging students in play during the process of learning contributes in their ability to understand concepts ...
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Professional Portfolios in Teaching
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...tools for documenting and evaluating their progress in the profession. They serve as proof of the accomplishments achieved during teaching experiences or educational careers. Consummate professional portfolios provides clear picture of where the teachers have been, where they are now, and where they are going in the education profession. Despite the many... Professional Portfolios in Teaching While Professional Portfolios are being used to provide substantiation of the various skills and abilities that is desired in a teaching candidate, they allow teachers to present their qualifications, experiences and accomplishments in a manner that can distinguish themselves far ahead of their counterparts....
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Teaching and Learning
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...tool for doing so as proposed by Biggs (1999). Every teacher has some kind of implicit theory of teaching (Marland 1997). From this perspective this module has provided a new sight to start with a reflection as a theory which proposed by Biggs (2003) that reflection is a theory of teaching to reflect with and context of experiences as the object of reflection seen in action learning paradigm. The teacher who recognizes individual differences among his pupils has an edge over those who do not recognize the same. Recognition of these variations helps the teacher maximize learning. Different students with different abilities... Teaching and learning has been recognized as the most effective elements in...
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Teaching Assignment
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...teaching, the assessment toll should match with performance objective. a) Which assessment tool to use, which test to formulate must be based on our performance objective. If our assessment tool is aligned with our performance objective, we can claim that our assessment tool is valid. In the concrete, this means that if we want to teach our students how to make Shrewsbury biscuits, we simply let them work with their kitchen equipments and see them bake. Our performance test is aligned with our performance objective, therefore it is valid. If , however, we make use of a written test and ask our students to write down the steps of baking Shrewsbury... Evaluation In the assessment related principles of...
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Teaching ESL through Culture
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...Teaching ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature The essay aims to proffer pertinent issues relative to teaching ESL through culture as seen from six different literatures on the subject. The discourse thereby would focus on crucial highlights of the literatures that help understand the topic and the pieces that might contribute to the improvement of students’ participation in ESL classrooms. The essay would initially present perspectives of defining culture, the problems in incorporating culture in teaching ESL, and proposed solutions to improve incorporating culture in teaching ESL in the classroom setting....
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Teaching ESL through Culture
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...Teaching ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature The essay aims to proffer pertinent issues relative to teaching ESL through culture as seen from six different literatures on the subject. The discourse thereby would focus on crucial highlights of the literatures that help understand the topic and the pieces that might contribute to the improvement of students’ participation in ESL classrooms. The essay would initially present perspectives of defining culture, the problems in incorporating culture in teaching ESL, and proposed solutions to improve incorporating culture in teaching ESL in the classroom...
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Teaching and Learning English
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...tool for learning and teaching vocabulary which is one of the inevitable aspects of English language learning. "First, games bring in relaxation and fun for students, thus help them learn and retain new words more easily. Second, games usually involve friendly... Teaching and Learning English Vocabulary through Games English as a global language has a primary position in the day-to-day life of the global citizens and the teaching and learning of English language has acquired a prominent part in the education system of every nation. Teaching and learning of English language involves many aspects in the four skills of the language like listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Among them, vocabulary...
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Gameing as an education tool
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...Tool: The Use of Games in room Teaching A Review of Research Results by Riconscente in “Resultsfrom a Controlled Study of the iPad Fractions Game Motion Math” Young learners often struggle with math learning. However, iPads allow the use of simple but effective tools for improving the ability of these learners to easily understand relatively difficult topics (Spencer, 2013). The study by Riconscente (2013) used an experimental repeated measures crossover design to investigate the rate of improvement that the iPad app Motion Math had on fourth graders’ ability to learn fractions. It also investigated whether students’ reported self-efficacy, fraction liking and fraction... Gaming as an Educational Tool:...
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Teaching in clinical practice
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...tool for professional teaching practice, from the legal and professional issues surrounding it. The topic was chosen to increase awareness, increase knowledge and change the attitudes of aspiring... ? Teaching in clinical practice al affiliation Teaching in clinical practice Learning refers to the relatively undeviatingchange in behaviour, poignant execution that results from individual experience in the environment. Learning is a lifelong dynamic process, where individuals acquire desired knowledge that can be used to perform an action (Woolfolk, 2001). Teaching theory is a rational structure of incorporated constructs and doctrines that explain or forecast how individuals learn. There are several...
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Second Language Teaching
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...teaching students rules of grammar and acquire apprenticeship into discourse communities. Apparently, computer has been considered a significant tool in the process of teaching second language, whereby students are able to access online environments of the international community’s (Warschauer & Meskill, 2000). Moreover, using new forms of technology in the language classroom, educators are able to prepare students for various forms... ? Second Language Teaching Second Language Teaching Comprehensible input Research of Second Language acquisition for elementary school students has been undertaken on the basis of comprehensive input in language classrooms. In fact, this form of research is facilitated by...
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Community teaching part 3
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...Teaching Experience Community Teaching Experience Summary of the Teaching Plan The community-teaching plan targeted the Hispanic community in the state of Arizona. The teaching program took place at the First Hispanic Baptist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The community-teaching program focused on the diabetes menace in the Hispanic community. The CDC asserts that the Hispanic community are becoming more vulnerable to diabetes than other Americans are. As such, the community requires urgent intervention. The intervention would work well if the community is enlightened on the illness, symptoms, possible diagnoses and medical solution to the disease. The education program targeted adults from aged 18... Community...
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A Small Scale Study on the Perspectives of Saudi Undergraduate Students on the Use of Smartphones as a Motivational Learning Tool in Preparatory Year Language
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...tool in preparatory year students in Saudi Arabia? What are the experiences of preparatory year language students in Saudi Arabia with language learning and teaching? What are the experiences of preparatory year language students in Saudi Arabia with smartphones as it relates to learning? What are the perspectives of preparatory year language students in Saudi Arabia of smartphones as a learning tool? Research Aim and Objectives The aim of this proposed research is to determine the extent to which the use of smartphones is a viable learning tool... ?Research Plan: A Small Scale Study on the Perspectives of Saudi Undergraduate on the Use of Smartphones as a Motivational Learning Tool in Preparatory Year...
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The efficiency of teaching
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...tool of reflective practices. The inclination of many mentors in NOT failing the students at the onset stage is in fact an outcome of their reflective approach. It would be a better practice for teaching faculty too, who generally focus on the knowledge base and the academic profiles of the students and are reluctant to the above said mentors’ inclination, to adopt reflective attitude at least to some extent. A consensus between the mentor and the teaching faculty would provide a nice outcome in student assessment. (Duffy, K. & Watson, 2001; Watson H.E., & Harris B. 1999) In case... The efficiency of teaching INTRODUCTION: The parameters used till now to gauge the efficiency of teaching are the stude...
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Language Teaching Approaches
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...tool of communication alongside the first language … [and] is typically acquired in a social environment in which it is actually spoken” (Cook, 2011, p. 140). The aforementioned distinction, therefore, is grounded on two dimensions: social and location. The social dimension deals with meeting the communicative need of the learner whereas the location dimension has something to do with the usage of the language in the native locale of the learner (Cook, 2011). Richards and Rodgers (2001) emphasized that current issues in language teaching has been around for centuries... ?Presentation, Practice and Production Approach to Language Teaching Between the Critiques and the Proposed Alternative Methods 0.  ...
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Teaching Process
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...tool to teach students better classroom behavior through self-regulation without the need... Introduction Teacher Jeanne is about to read to her preparatory a story on the Banaue Rice Terraces, but before starting she asks them a question to get them interested. She asks her class if they have ever seen stairs made of rice. This gets her students excited and the class begins to buzz with stories. The noise goes beyond a tolerable level and Teacher Jeanne must then interfere and remind her class to raise their hand if they want to recite. Her students apologize and quiet down as Teacher Jeanne proceeds on with introducing her story. This is a typical scene in the Raya School preparatory classroom, as it i...
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Teaching in clinical practice
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...Teaching on Drug Administration Introduction Nurses have a major role to play in the system of health care. Advances in recent times in the field of health care have imposed burden on the nursing faculty to reinforce their knowledge and thus their education strategies. One of the important tools for effective nursing education, both for tutors and for students is reflection. That is why reflection has been considered as a very efficient tool for development for nursing practitioners. Reflection, as such is a process through which a person evaluates and examines his/her own thoughts and actions (Alexander, Fawcett and Runciman, 2006, pg.2). As far as nursing practice is concerned... ?Reflection on...
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Teaching
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...teaching. In the skill based curriculum, students are allowed to explore their own skills and goals in a bid to make achievements. This system stresses ability... Integrated versus Skill Based Curriculum Integrated based curriculum is curriculum aimed at developing independence and interdependence of a child in order to be a motivated and efficient learner (Knight 9). Furthermore, Knight (11) states that integrated curriculum focuses training on the needs of the students. Besides, the integrated curriculum acknowledges the importance of values and attitudes as central players in learning principles and concepts in all areas of study. As such the integrated curriculum helps in enhancing learning and...
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Teaching
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...Teaching and Learning Teaching and Learning The concept of learning is backed up by a lot of benefits both to the educators and the learners. In the work complied by Modell (1996), a great percentage of educators are usually eager to impart knowledge on the learners. Studies also indicate that, numerous educators are normally satisfied with the fact that their learners are able to understand the new concepts being relayed in the classroom. With this mind, it is however important to note that all forms of learning should improve the learners behaviour, improve their existing skills and knowledge. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the educators to...
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Teaching methods and strategy
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...Teaching Methods and Strategy 3 Gaming Quizzes 3 Lecture 4 Discussion 6 Story and Role Playing 7 Brainstorming 8 Active Learning 9 Distance Learning 10 Case Method 11 Recommendations 12 Conclusion 12 References 13 Adler, C.R. (2012) (Seven Strategies to Teach Students Text Comprehension, Reading Rockets, 13 Uconn Today, (2012) Learning to Teach Adult Students, Posted 6th Aug.2012 < http://today.uconn.edu/blog/2012/08/preparing-to-teach-adult-students/> 13 Uconn Today, (2012) Learning to Teach Adult Students, Posted 6th Aug.2012 < http://today.uconn.edu/blog/2012/08/preparing-to-teach-adult-students/> 13 Teaching... Methods and Strategy Teaching is an art that has order,...
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