If you want your students to demonstrate their ability to analyze, use these verbs:
of information obtained. Elites may contribute insight and meaning
to the interview through their specific perspectives. On the other hand,
elites (just like other interviewees) may well have only vague understandings of a setting that is limited by a narrow viewpoint.
and classroom management. The evaluations of standardizedtests are utilized but the results vary due to unstable sociological issues with reference to poverty and funding. Teachers are faced with the challenge of educating children in a harsh environment. Their responsibilities increase and they...
available both for the comparison groups and your own students are best,
but you may choose some that provide informationabout your
school/district only (e.g., parent survey). Make sure the measurement
tools (tests, questionnaires, and so on) meet basic testing quality standards for validity...
identifying general patterns of performance, class-, grade-, and school-wide strengths and weaknesses. Teachers tend to use multiple sources of data—homework assignments, in-class tests, classroom performances, and experiential information—to inform their thinking about their students strengths and...
of the various learning environments experienced.
Importance of Assessment
Reece and Walker define assessment as ‘the process of obtaininginformationabout how much the student knows’ (2006, p. 35). In basic teaching assessment would be carried out at the beginning to assess entry...
backgrounds and varying English proficiency levels.
5.2.c. Use multiple sources of information to assess ELLs’ language and literacy skills and communicative competence.
Course | Indicator(s) | How I learned about this Standard | Evidence that I learned about this standard |
TSL 4080 | 5.2a5.3b...
demonstrate that the returns from increasing womenâs schooling are, on average, even larger than the returns from increasing menâs schooling.
Growth of the school-age population and meeting the goals: school enrolment and literacy:
â¢ The enormous growth in the numbers of school-age children has...
criteria – show this analysis in your work. • Other pros & cons (other than in the criteria) • Alternatives don’t have to be mutually exclusive. They can be a combination of the options identified. • Why did you choose the recommended alternative/s? – Benefits – Explain how it achieves the objective...
population. Knowing that
Spanish-speaking immigrants want their children
to do well in school and succeed economically,
the English for the Children organization used the
American Dream metaphor as a tool to convince
language-minority communities that their children
needed English to succeed...
therapy groups for patients. To learn about the shared responsibilities of professionals working with a team approach on a unit. Gain an understanding of the many responsibilities of an Occupational Therapist working at a psychiatric hospital. Observe and interact with the children using tools that...
Understand and explain uses of primary and secondary sources of informationAnalyze and draw accurate conclusions aboutinformation contained in warranties, contracts, job descriptions, technical descriptions and other informational sources, selected from labels, warnings, manuals, directions...
students to think about the critical issues, pro and con, for a firm when it considers international or global market development
• Points to consider in evaluating global markets
• The role of global marketing strategies and policies in helping the firm achieve a balanced international corporate...
survey, ask to visit any other unit or location of the organization not on the agenda, or request additional information. The program must cooperate with the surveyor(s) to provide accurate informationabout the program and its compliance with the standards. Delays in providing the required information...
children who come from language backgrounds other than En glish and whose English proficiency is not yet developed to the point where they can profit fully from English-only instruction. 2 Academ ic English pro ficiency is defined by student performance on a variety of standardized reading tests...
websites that students can utilize if they have access to a computer at home. I also will provide online resources for students because I want parents to be able to review with their children and learn what we are doing in class. The newsletter will include test dates and extra material for practice. The...
Triangulation: Pros and Cons
• Very trendy in the 90’s
• Can be used with smaller Sample size.
• Combined methods may just be the rise of a new
• There are philosophical risks.
• Complex designs and therefore complex analysis.
End of Lecture 5…
Collaborative Argument Paper
Rayshawn Carson, Michael Ojo, and Mac Herman Ellison
June 5, 2012
University of Phoenix
Collaborative and Argument
In the collaborative learning process, a student must formulate ideas about the material assigned to them, test their assumptions...
"Something is true because someone who has power told us it is"
Personal Trainer, Weather Channel, Newspaper, Surgeon General, etc.
Pro: you don't have to look it up yourself, centralized information
Con: they could be wrong (misdiagnosis?) could be competing authorities...
students’ literacy levels
or alter the environment in which the students learn. A standardizedtest performs
well as a diagnostic tool; it does not qualify as a viable policy alternative. Any policy involving student testing must find a way to “leverage change”24 by using the
information gained from the...