Classroom Observation Report
I observed a general education kindergarten class at Monte Vista Elementary school in the Albuquerque public school district in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The setup of the classroom had four round tables with six seats for the capacity of 24 students in total....
Running head: CLASSROOM OBSERVATION
University of Phoenix
EDU 301 – Foundations of Education
On September 21, 2009, I observed Mrs. Cristy Cochrane’s first grade classroom. Mrs. Cochrane is a 25 year veteran...
Elementary school teachers work in public and private schools. They instruct children in grades kindergarten through fifth. They usually teach one class of about 25 children. Younger elementary children study subjects such as writing, reading, and counting. Older elementary children learn history, m
Mission Statement: To promote a positive and successful educational learning environment where students can become thinkers/doers/ and excel. Also to plan and facilitate activities/special events that would further promote a positive student and staff morale. Furthermore through positive rewards and
Top Ten Reasons for Becoming an Elementary School Teacher
Being an elementary school teacher is a highly rewarding profession. Building the academic foundation of young minds can be challenging, but is incredibly worthwhile. If you are considering becoming an elementary school teacher, here are
I am an outgoing, fun, creative, person who loves working with kids. I can speak in front of people, and I work well with others. I have a passion for positively influencing young ones, and helping others. Some of my values include the education of myself and others, creativity, and helping others.
Volunteering in an elementary school
Volunteering is a fulfilling experience. Many people do not take the opportunity to
volunteer in their children’s school for a variety of reasons. In fact, volunteering at your child
school give you a lot of opp
Elementary School Teachers' Working Comfort while Using Computers in School and at Home
Inger M. Williams, Ph. D. Cergos Consultant in Computer Ergonomics for Offices and Schools Adjunct Assistant Professor, Center for Visual Science, University of Rochester, NY This survey of Oregon’s elementary
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Careers and life cycle have been he focus of various theories and studies for quite a number of years.
Most people assumed that careers involve working in an organization; then an individual will try to move up in an organizational ladder, ac
The role of an elementary school teacher is to supply the young and innocent minds of our future generation with the ideas and education they will need to be successful. Many do not realize the level of complexity that goes along with such responsibility. Teachers can greatly impact a student’s th
October 26, 2011
Technology in Elementary Schools
Computes should not be in elementary schools at the earliest grade levels. Many schools may not have the funds to have luxuries such as computers for each student. While comput
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN KERALA
Dr. Santhosh Kumar Vallikkat
Farook B.Ed College ,Kottakkal
Attitudes about inclusion are extremely complex and vary from teacher to teacher and school to school. This a
As a young child I was always the curious one, who would throw the cats off the garage, just to see if they would land on their feet, or make a chemistry lab in my grandmother’s bathroom with her perfumes and any random liquid that was in arms reach. This curiosity of science as a young child enc
The poem “An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum” by Stephen Spender, begins with a stanza depicting the worrying condition of the students in elementary school. As the poem extends further, Spender points out the corruptions in the Government and accuses it for paying little attention to chil
Elementary School and Middle School
Prof. Melody Debonnel
Elementary School and Middle School
Transitioning from elementary school to middle school is something we all have or had to do! Most kids cringe at the thought of making this huge step in life. For many stude
A CASE STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF READING REMEDIATION INSTRUCTION TO
THE NON-READER PUPILS OF SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:
A Research Paper submitted to the
College of Education, De La Salle University
In partial fulfillment of the requirements in
NAME: ____________________________GRADE & SECTION: _________________
PEERS IN RELATION TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF GRADE VI PUPILS OF MANANAO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
| Strongly Agree | Agree | Disagree | Strongly Disag
Research On The Expectations Of Elemantary School Teachers and Elementary School’s Graduate Students About Get Pre-School Education Starts at Elementary School Students in 1st Class, Graduate Thesis, Ankara,Tr, 2010. Müzeyyen Akyüz. firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this stu
Background of the Study
In our present life, education has evolved like any other technologies. It became more exciting with the use of e-Learning.
According to e-Learning Consulting (2012), e-Learning is the use of technology to enable people to learn anytime and anywhe