• Classroom Management Plan
    Nicolas Van Camp EXC 620 08/05 August 9, 2005 Classroom Management Plan General Description of Program and Classroom Description of Classroom Population Mr. Van Camp's class at The Country School is an academically oriented high school class primarily for High Functioning Autistic/Asp
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  • Classroom Managemet
    Classroom Management Plan Classroom management refers to the techniques teachers use to ensure that their classroom is running smoothly. The foundation of classroom management is the relationship that you develop between yourself and the student. After all, it will ultimately be you that will d
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  • Classroom Assesment
    APPLIED MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATION, 16(1), 27–54 Copyright © 2003, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Classroom Assessment, Student Motivation, and Achievement in High School Social Studies Classes Susan M. Brookhart School of Education Duquesne University Daniel T. Durkin School of Educati
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  • Teaching Philosophy and Classroom Behaviour Management Plan
    TEACHING PHILOSOPHY AND CLASSROOM BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT PLAN Griffith University Personal Philosophy of Teaching and Learning A classroom is a very dynamic and spontaneous place. Every classroom is comprised of a diverse combination of individuals who all contribute to the unpredictable natu
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  • Case Description
    CASE DESCRIPTION Outer Shores School District is an urban school district with approximately 2,730 students and 930 staff (Approx. 430 teachers, and Approx. 500 support staff). The district is comprised of six buildings - 3 elementary, 1 middle and 1 high school. The administration building is loca
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  • Classroom Field Study Report
    General Description Disston Elementary School, located at Knorr and Cottage Streets, in the Tacony/Wissinoming neighborhood of Philadelphia, is a four-story brick building. The school, K through 8, has a gym, auditorium, and library. There is also a computer lab, consumer education classroom,
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  • Uic Benefits Description
    UiC BENEFITS DESCRIPTION 1. School Administration The UiC Suite initiative will improve internal communications among university staff, lecturers and students via integrated e-mail, telephony and instant messaging platforms. System administration and management for all schools comes from a sin
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  • Effectivity of Educational Gaming in Enhancing Classroom Learninig
    Preface The objective of this research paper is to describe more recent theories of learning in contrast with the traditional approach, explain the need for teaching aids, and then study in detail a recent addition to the educational market – educational computer programs - by looking into why
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  • A Brief Description of the Terrestrial Resource Issue
    Water Pollution SCI275 Environmental Science Billie Jo VanEss According to the American College Dictionary water pollution is defined as :< to make foul or unclean> Basically there are two general forms of water pollution although there are a couple variants as well. Starting out we have the
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  • Report on Classroom Observation
    REPORT on CLASS OBSERVATION Introduction Internship teaching is the culminating experience of the first degree program in education. It provides the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge on pedagogies in the actual classroom setting and gain the experience. The internees are exposed to an
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  • Important Principles of Good Classroom Assessment
    INTRODUCTION Assessment is a basic function of classroom educators, one that is guided and influenced by a countless factors. Most of the information that learners have about their learning and what that means about the subject, about themselves, and about their futures -comes from classroom asse
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  • My Course Description
    Prof. Lori Schmidt, M. Ed. E-Mail:lschmidt@spc.edu Cell: 732-742-2058 Course Description: Application of computers in curriculum design, including areas such as instructional technology, research, communication with school community and study skills; use of the internet in formulating inter-di
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  • A.P. U.S. History Description
    UNIteD StateS HIStoRy Course Description effective Fall 2010 AP Course Descriptions are updated regularly. Please visit AP Central ® (apcentral.collegeboard.com) to determine whether a more recent Course Description PDF is available. The College Board The College Board is a not-for-profit
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  • Multiple Intelligence for Every Classroom
    Multiple Intelligence for Every Classroom Multiple intelligence (MI) theory has received much attention over the past 20-years (Campbell, 1997; Silver, Strong, & Perini, 1997). Almost 80 years after the first intelligence tests were developed, Howard Gardner challenged the idea that intelligence
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    Sensory Description Slowly as if a deadly volcano is about to explode, the rumbling of thousands of feet running, it gets louder and louder and louder. Suddenly, it explodes. Thousands of people come in ,flooding the great hall, their feet echoing off the walls, their screams of hunger and panic fi
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  • Classroom Management
    1 Classroom Management Fourth-grade teacher Steve Ames is about to conduct a science lesson on earthquakes. Having just placed their chairs in a semicircle in the center of the room, his students are not yet settled as they chat with their neighbors, their reading books closed in their laps. Steve
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  • Classroom Management
    Classroom Management Plan My philosophical beliefs about classroom management mirror my beliefs on life in general. I enjoy having a positive influence on people through treating them with respect, and living my life as a man who is just thrilled to be alive. I find that positivity and respect
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  • Technical Description of Patterson Hall
    Patterson Hall A description of what classes could be held in class 205. Prepared for: University of Memphis Instructors and Administration Prepared by: Kendrick Crawford, English 3603 student Monday, February 21, 2011 Description of Patterson Hall Location and Building layout Pat
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    Job Description - Librarian Classification: Certified Job Title: Library Media Specialist Minimum Daily or Hourly Rate: N/A Date Posted: 2/12/2011 Functions and Responsibilities: The person in this position is responsible for providing leadership and management for the campus library, faciliti
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  • How to Creating a Positive Atmosphere in Your Classroom. Introduction
    According to Rogers cited in Coetzee, Van Niekerk, & Wydeman (2008), classroom climate is the tone that the class experiences in normal daily life. The classroom is essentially a group of learners brought together for the common goal of learning. The attitude of the class depends on the attitudes of
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