Demonstrate complex movement sequences in a variety of physical activities. Examples: martial arts, dances, games, outdoor pursuits, individual and team sports.
Instructional Objective (Daily Outcome): Upon leaving the gym, students will be able to master the triple threat used in basketball.
INFLUENCE OF HEAD TEACHERS’ GENERAL AND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISORY PRACTICES ON TEACHERS’ WORK PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ENTEBBE MUNICIPALITY, WAKISO DISTRICT, UGANDA
MASTER OF ARTS (EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT)
Influence of Head Teachers‘ General and...
are needed by educational software designers in order to make their software more effective in enhancing learning especially to the young ones that is why the iSuro educational software is proposed.
We are at the point in the history of education when radical change is possible, and the possibility for...
Strategies That Work
Young children are developing as readers
when they are able to understand, interpret
and critique what they read. Research has
consistently shown that the goal of developing
comprehension should go hand-in-hand with the
goal of developing...
IRACST- International Journal of Research in Management & Technology (IJRMT), ISSN: 2249-9563
Vol. 2, No. 3, June 2012
Overview of Instructional Design Model: Issues and
Research Scholar, NITTTR, India
Dr. Kit Chee Wong
Adjunct (Visiting) Professor of Management...
fi rst sketch of the content and possible research questions and hypotheses
of this study evolved during the years 1995–2000 when I was running
a Master of Education program (M.Ed.) in Educational Management and
Planning and a Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Human Resources Management
IN TEACHING SPEAKING
Markus Dimu Radja
In teaching speaking teachers should know a).the concept of speaking, the element of the sound for instance phonemes because some of the students and including teachers still find difficulties in pronouncing them and b).models of learning and teaching...
also interested in new trends in teaching and learning process. It tries to find answers to questions such as "why to teach", "what to teach", "how to teach" and "how to evaluate" in instructional process
• The relationship between curriculum and instruction is obviously a very close one. Curriculum...
of Secondary Struggling Readers:
“They always raise their hands to read. They are able to pronounce the words and answer the teacher’s questions about the reading assignments. Poor readers are like me. I tell the teacher I don’t want to read because I feel embarrassed and think that they’ll laugh at me...
size fits all” approach, then anyone would be a masterteacher. That is whyteachers and especially special educators unique and special. That is whyteachers know that individual needs, strengths and weaknesses must be considered to make the instructional process successful and geared to equip the student...
Apler Bansiong, Jr. and Dr. Esper Feliciano- Bayao who help us in our crucial time in getting the statistical values.
The pre-service teachers of the College of Teacher Education that answered our questionnaires honestly. We pretty much appreciate your cooperation.
The library that provided us sample...
Topic 1 focuses on the concept of Classroom Management and the role of teachers and pupils in effective classroom management. It provides teachers with a brief description of classroom management, the function and nature of classrooms, the role of instruction...
A two year old child is an inquisitive child, he is curious about the world, always asking why? He is on a quest for knowledge and has a real love of learning. Why is it that soon after this same child starts going to the one place that is supposed to provide him with lots of knowledge...
To assess or not to assess is not the
question, especially as the demands for accountability in public
education increases. Teachers may
not be aware that they are assessing children as they participate
in classroom discussions, daily
observations, and one-on-one
Educational psychology helps us, as teachers, learn how to fully understand and address everyday issues that occur in the classroom. Educational psychology, is, essentially, the study of teaching and learning. As we all grow as educators, we will develop our own teaching style and teaching philosophy...
of all teachers that considerably carries the responsibility and accountable to process learning and see to it that pupils attained satisfaction of their rights regardless of their age, creed, abilities, social and economic status.
To determine the child’s performance and competence of teacher standardized...
effective use of school time and increased concentration on core academic subjects. According to Lawrence and McPherson (2000), administrators and teachers in America have been criticized regarding the poor use of school time since the 1980’s (p. 178).
Maltese, Dexter, Tai, and Sadler (2007) found...
students. Technology education is an innovative approach to technology.
Educational Technology is sometimes referred to as e-learning, instructional technology and learning technology. Technology is used to speak specifically about digital computer technology and to support the learning process...
Expert and Novice Teachers 1 Running head: PROBLEM REPRESENTATION IN TEACHING
Problem Representation In Teaching: Inferences from Research of Expert and Novice Teachers
Tracy Hogan Mitchell Rabinowitz Fordham University New York, New York 10023 John A. Craven III Dowling College Oakdale, NY 11769