Anthony you should know it is very important to use inclusive language when communicating in class forum because this is where you communicate with your fellow classmates and instructor. If you are not using proper words communicating, no one will take what you saying seriously. Anthony when you email, you offend a classmate even when you didn't’t try to. Your classmate said you sounded like a sexist. When you are online classmates only see what you are writing and not your reactions. The three pointers I am going to give you to help you out in you future class assignments is one, never wait until the last minute to do an assignment. When you wait to the last minute you make a lot of simple mistakes. You have to give yourself enough time to sit and think logically. My second pointer is never single out a person’s race, sex, or gender. Call them by their full name, first or last name or by their title. That way words that seems disrespectful will be avoided. Also in your email you address the speaker as a business woman, you could have address her as the speaker. You also said in your email “business man” who wants to move up in the company. I believe that is where you offend your classmate. The last pointer I have for you is the tone of your writing. Your tone should match what you are writing about. You need to take your time and think through the content of your email before you send
How can an Initial Assessment that I have devised myself help me to tailor my teaching to satisfy individual learner needs?
Action Research Project submitted to the
(Validated by the University of Middlesex)
In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the qualification of Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Vishnu Kumar Maharatna Parihar
Period of study:
2008 – 2011
I chose to research how an Initial Assessment Form….
The content of this assignment will critically analyse and report on the benefits
and challenges of inclusive practice for children, families, staff and society. This
essay will look closely at goal three of the strand Mana Tangata which states
“Children experience and environment where they are encouraged to learn with
and alongside others” (MoE, 1996, p.70). I will look closely at children with
diverse needs and the importance in developing reciprocal relationships for the
benefits of all….
Because by its language one can judge
A town, a barrio, and kingdom;
And like any other created thing
Every human being loves his freedom.
ONE who does not love his native tongue,
Is worse than putrid fish and beast;
AND like a truly precious thing
It therefore deserves to be cherished.
THE Tagalog language’s akin to Latin,
To English, Spanish, angelical tongue;
For God who knows how to look after us
This language He bestowed us upon.
As others, our language is the same
Introduction to Inclusive Education: Its purpose and significance
In the words of Loreman and Deppeler (2001) “Inclusion means full inclusion of children with diverse abilities in all aspects of schooling that other children are able to access and enjoy. It involves ‘regular’ schools and classrooms genuinely adapting and changing to meet the needs of all children as well as celebrating and valuing….
Inclusive Practice is a term which means the practical things that we do, when we are working with people who use our services, which demonstrate our professional values, standards, and principles in action.
In particular Inclusive Practice is about participation, collaboration, and including people: where individuals are fully involved in choices and decisions that affect their lives and in the matters that are important to them. People who use mental health services say that being listened to….
Inclusive learning and teaching
The tutors are to facilitate inclusive learning and teaching. To effectively deliver and promote inclusion, equality and diversity within a learning environment without any discrimination in respect to gender, colour, race, nationality, sexual orientation, or disability.
All learners’ are entitled to learn in an appropriate environment, to be given equal opportunity, freedom of expression, to be treated fairly and with respect. For example for those for whom English….
1. Introduction 2
2. Inclusive practice 2
3.1 What is inclusive teaching? 2
3.2 Why does inclusive teaching matter? 3
3. Resources in inclusive practice 3
4.3 Flashcards 4
4.4 Songs and music 4
4.5 Games 5
4.6 TV, DVD and Video 5
4.7 Computers and the Internet 6
4.8 Drama 7
4.9 Poetry 7
4. Resources and individual learner needs 7
5. Three resources 8….
The Success of Inclusive Classrooms
The Institute for Special Education
The Success of Inclusive Classrooms
Inclusive classroom is the cause of debates between families with children who have learning disabilities and those that do not have children with learning disabilities (Brehm, 2003). Inclusion can be understood as Brehm states it,
Providing to all students, including those….
Promotion of inclusive play
An account on how festivals promote children’s play in my setting of work placement will be created. A demonstration on the importance of inclusive play for children shall be given. Barriers affecting equality and inclusion in the children’s sector are going to be discussed. Ways to ensure equality of opportunity for every child are going to be included. Benefits of inclusive play will be uncovered. Theory referring to current legislation and policy relevant to ensuring….
Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa
The Experience of Zambia Dr. Francis Chigunta
• After stagnating for much of its post‐colonial history, economic performance in Africa has improved remarkably in recent times • Average of 5.6 per cent a year • Africa was one of the fastest growing regions in the World from 2001 to 2008 • Despite the global economic crisis Africa’s ‘robust’ growth has since resumed.
• 4.8 %on average in 2011 (World Bank), with the • 5.2% (International Monetary Fund)….