• Instructional Materials
    is not easy for a single student to learn this sort of subject. However, there are several instructional materials that can be used in learning English Grammar, and these are- Traditional and Modern instructional materials. Some people say that learning can be learned through the use of visual- aids...
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  • Cheater
    candidates (in elementary/middle school students 6th grade). Subject Area: Science and Inquiry Title:  Mystery Boxes Time: About 60 minutes Instructional Goals & Objectives Goal/purpose (this is the WHY of the lesson): I would like students to experience the science methodology of inquiry using...
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  • Research-Based Best Practices in L2 Literacy Developing Reading Comprehension Skills for English Language Learners
    How can literacy work stations provide intentional practice for culturally linguistically diverse students? * How can self-directed learning strategies influence culturally and linguistically diverse students interaction with literacy curriculum. Outline Introduction: Historical perspective...
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  • Characteristics of Leaders of Change
    of the individuals who have successfully implemented such strategies has been minimal. If the educational community has knowledge of successful strategies and programs, why is there limited implementation? Did the leader make the difference? What are the characteristics these people possess that enabled...
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  • Essays
    conducted according to a common syllabus at multiple sites each year across Vermont. Participants apply the  course teachings in a practical personal, school, or community­based project.  Instructional methods include lecture, small­ and large­group discussion, audiovisual and other media, student  and community presentations, simulation and assessment...
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  • Euthanasia
    Lateralization of brain function From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about specialization of function between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. For specialization of brain function generally, see Localization of brain function. The human brain is...
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  • Social Identifications
    Florida Reading First Guidance to LEA’s: Sections B and C Components of Effective Reading Programs B-1. What are the essential components of reading instruction? Scientifically based reading research has identified five essential components of effective reading instruction. Explicit and systematic...
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  • training sheet
    ................................................................................................................................................ 1 What Are the Training and Learning Standards? .......................................................................... 1 Purpose of the Standards ......
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  • The Foundation of Curriculum
    & Evaluation * Dr. A. Asgari — Presentation Transcript • 1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION Dr. Azadeh Asgari Foundations of Curriculum • 2. What is Curriculum? Any document or plan that exists in a school or school system that defines the work of teachers, at least to the extent of identifying...
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  • Implementation and Creation of Artifacts Throughout the Portfolio Process
    Implementation and creation of artifacts throughout the portfolio process The artifacts created and included in my portfolio represent an assortment of the teaching approaches that have been successfully implemented in my classroom. Some of the approaches include the integration of technology, scientific...
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  • review of related literature on student monitoring system
    obtained a higher mean than the control group. (ii) The sex wise comparison provides to be insignificant. (iii) There was no significant difference in learning level between Tamil medium and English medium students.(iv) On the basis of the research findings it was concluded that the experimental group performed...
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  • Longevity of Age
    to the faculty of Brigham Young University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology Brigham Young University June 2000 Copyright © 2000 by David Wiley This material may be distributed only subject to...
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  • Curriculum Development- Let Review
    results. Two Models of Curriculum Development Ralph Tyler Model: Four Basic Principles ( Tyler’s Rationale) 1. What educational purposes should the school seek to attain? 2. What educational experiences can be provided that are likely to attain these purposes? 3. How can these educational experiences...
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  • Research
    This paper is an academic critique of an article written by de Jager, Reezigt, and Creemers (2002) titled: The effects of teacher training on new instructional behaviour in reading comprehension. The authors undertook a research study to examine the results of teacher inservicing on practical teacher behaviours...
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  • Learning Disability Definitions
    Education Act (2004) and The National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (1981) definitions of Learning Disabilities. Their similarities and differences in terms of their impact on identification and program development for students , the Canadian definition perspective as well as the inclusion of...
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  • Institutional Transformation of Public Secondary School in the Division Og Gingoog City Through School Based Management: an Anthology of Best Practices Con't.
    improvement in public secondary schools in 2010 in the Division of Gingoog City was high with the mean rating of 3.79. 3. There was a significant difference in the level of school based management practices in 2007 - 2010 in public secondary schools in Gingoog City. The null hypotheses were rejected since...
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  • A Review of Chapters 4-8 of Making Sense of Change Management by Cameron and Green
    are provided with each chapter summary. Five multiple-choice and five true-false quiz questions are also presented, with references to related instructional objectives, and to the locations in this paper and in the book where the correct answers may be found. Table of Contents Abstract. . . ...
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  • Submitted to the Virginia Tech Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning (Iddl)
    Assumptions & Theoretical Foundations The design of the PSLC instruction is based on certain assumptions about learning and on research-based evidence for what works in both K-12 instruction and professional teacher development. The designers will take a pragmatic approach, employing design elements that reflect...
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  • Essay
    ...................................................................................................................... 11 Other Building-Level Instructional/Administrative Staff......................................................................... 12 Classified Staff ................................
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  • Education
    Challenges faced by districts District strategies for improving student learning The impact of district-wide reforms on teaching and learning Student and family background | 46 Other stakeholders | 49 School conditions | 51 School structures School culture Instructional policies and practices Human resources ...
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