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  • Electronic Grading System

    Teachers‟ Perceptions of the Impact of Online Grading Systems _____________________ A dissertation presented to the faculty of the Department of Educational Leadership Policy and Analysis East Tennessee State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Education...

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  • Attention Deficit - 1

    attend to tasks and teacher and classroom expectations with minimal distraction. Such skill enables a student to acquire necessary information, complete assignments, and participate in classroom activities and discussions (Forness & Kavale, 2001). When a child exhibits behaviors associated with ADHD...

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  • Research

    Child Study Center volume 7 • number 2 november / december 2002 education • clinical care • professional training • scientific research • school outreach • information update Letter Editors’ Comment PROBLEM BEHAVIORS IN THE CLASSROOM: WHAT THEY MEAN AND HOW TO HELP FUNCTIONAL BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT ...

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  • Classroom Discipline

    school year will allow me to provide a safe environment where my students will be able to learn without the fear of failure or threat. As the teacher, I will establish rules that are fair and obtainable for the students in my classroom. I will have the students participate in the development of creating...

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  • Theorist Research

    this base definition left a common starting point from which the different theories are elaborated. Psychoanalytic Theory This theory emphasizes the importance of early childhood experiences and unconscious motivations in influencing behavior. Freud felt that sexual urges and aggressive instincts...

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  • Ieps

    Trainable Mentally Handicapped/Neurologically Impaired Class 2011-2012 Syllabus Teacher: Melanie Garrett ABT Paraprofessional: Joy Varda ABT Paraprofessional: Sandi Yaggie Room 140 I. Description of Students The students in my class have a primary disability of Autism and/or Mentally...

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  • Preschool Assessment

    High/Scope Information Paper on Preschool Assessment by Ann S. Epstein, Ph.D., Director, Early Childhood Division Lawrence J. Schweinhart, Ph.D., President Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Ph. D., Director, Early Childhood Reading Institute Purpose of Paper This paper addresses the many questions the High/Scope...

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  • Parent Involvement in Emergent Literacy Activities

    Parent Involvement in Emergent Literacy Activities: The Relationship to Reading Achievement By Tracy J. Miranowski B.A. Minnesota State Mankato, 2004 A Starred Paper Submitted to the Graduate Facility of St. Cloud State University Table of Contents Chapter 1 Page Introduction………………………………………………………3 ...

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  • Teacher

    DIFFERENCE Harvard Family Research Project Harvard Graduate School of Education EVIDENCE THAT FAMILY INVOLVEMENT PROMOTES SCHOOL SUCCESS FOR EVERY CHILD OF EVERY AGE HARVARD FAMILY RESEARCH PROJECT NO. 1 IN A SERIES SPRING 2006 Family involvement in eaRly CHilDHooD eDUCation The family seems to be...

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  • Head Start Benefits

    programs that encourage a child to become successful in life (Zigler 1). In addition the long lasting impact in their lives also influences them to continue their education after high school. Poor children are cared for because many become involved with health issues a child might have. Programs such...

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  • Edu490: Interdisciplinary Capstone

    different factors in their lives. Whether a child is motivated simply because they are what is called a “people pleaser” or they are motivated simply by the feeling of self-gratification, it is important for teachers to provide an atmosphere so that a child may stay motivated no matter what their reasons...

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  • High Scope Approach

    improved parent access new iPad access NOW more accessible than ever!! 2011–2012 HighScope Catalog Fall Edition To order, phone: 800.40.PRESS or fax: 800.442.4FAX New Arrivals Favorites New Arrivals && Favorites Tender Care and Early Learning: Supporting Infants and Toddlers in Child Care Settings...

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  • Aed 222 Channeling Students Into Special Services

    education program. Therefore, teachers must be observant and connected with their students and the variety of needs that come with diversity. It is important for the teacher to advocate for the student that has special needs in the area of academics, socialization, and behaviors. Which is why the first step...

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  • Parent Handbook

    Robinson Elementary/Middle School Parent Handbook SCHOOL HOURS Kindergarten 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Grades Regular Days are 8:30 a.m.-3:05 p.m. Half Days are 8:30 a.m.-12:35 p.m. DROP-OFF School begins at 8:30AM promptly. Please bring your child to school no earlier than 8:15 as that...

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  • Student Intervention Team

    psychologist, the physical education teacher, special education teacher, one general education teacher and the reading specialist teacher. It is difficult to have parents volunteer to help with SIT because we have our meetings in the morning before school starts. Parents are always welcome to participate...

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  • Study Guide : How to Be the Teacher from the First Day in Class

    Be The Teacher: How To Begin Your School Year With Calm, Confidence and A Clear Plan A Workshop Presented by Rachel Schankula “A well-managed classroom is a task-oriented environment where students know what is expected of them and how to succeed. According to the research, most students will...

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  • Emergent Literacy

    instruction begins. The preschool phase of reading is typically associated with home, childcare or preschool settings, and with adults who are parents or child-care providers (Teale, 1995). The second, the beginning reading phase, commences with formal instruction in reading. Much of this instruction...

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  • Factors Affecting the School Readiness of Public Kindergarten Pupils in Lanao Del Sur I – B

    “ability to cope, learn, and achieve without undue stress”. In the Philippines public and private schooling begins with kindergarten, when a child is about 5 years old. Kindergarten is 3 to 4 hours a day or depending on the specific requirement of a particular school. While most of the activities in...

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  • Preschoolers on Drugs

    the United States, there has been a recent rise in diagnosis of ADHD in preschool children. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, from 1990 to 1995 there has been a 300 % increase in the number of preschoolers taking medications to treat ADHD. The most popular medication, Methylphenidate...

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  • Miss

    Child Care Today Observations Contents Introducing Early Childhood Observation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Guided Observations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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