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Plans and Designs for Instructions for Fifth Grade Term Paper

… I will provide Guillermo with a list of the relevant science vocabulary words in English and Spanish so that he can understand them easily. I will encourage him to go through the list and try to memorize the words. I will try to partner Guillermo with one of his peers who can speak Spanish and English and encourage them to discuss their work in Spanish as well as in English as, using Spanish will help Guillermo in understanding the content properly while speaking in English will increase his confidence.

Lastly, I will motivate Guillermo to present his content in front of the class independently or with his partner, whichever way he feels more comfortable.

3b) Explain how your adaptation would be effective for the student…. [read more]


Mathematics Z-Model Framework in Middle School Thesis

… This unique framework has 4 domains, and while this study investigates the Z-model's use in the mathematics curriculum, this framework is focused on improving and enhancing students' achievement in any course of study.



The four domains involved in the Z-model create a comprehensive educational understanding and framework for use in improving educational progress. They are:


  1. Brain development, and efforts in the classroom which can enhance/promote brain development.

  2. How project-based learning can be utilized in order to fully engage the student in the learning community.

  3. Data-Driven instruction (the second half of the breadth - vs. - depth debate). The students must be held accountable to learn a specific knowledge base of facts, figures, and formulae. Without objective measurement of the educational progress,…. [read more]


Differentiated Instruction Research Proposal

… Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

Students in the classroom have varied abilities and learn at varying rates which makes differentiation of instruction a practice that supports the learning of all students. This work explores what differentiation of instruction is and what it is not with a particular focus on differentiated instruction in the science classroom.

Most teachers currently use the direct instruction approach and not all students are on the same level so achievement is not up to standards for all students.

The use of direct instruction in science classes doesn't allow adequate learning for all students.

The purpose of this project is to....determine the relationship between measures of student achievements in science classes in grades 9-12 and implementation of differentiated instruction over a period…. [read more]


Differentiated Instruction and Closing Thesis

… All of the test outcomes were classified into three achievement stages which included proficient, remedial, and goal. The usual proportion of pupils at or above goal on state writing, reading, and math valuations established success in every section of the residents. The gaps that were in achievement among students with conflicting socioeconomic standing narrowed from 52% to 8%. Every one of the ethnic groups displayed enhancement in their achievement, with students that were Asian creating the biggest gains at 80% and Hispanic and White students gaining 7% (Beecher, 2009). It also must be noted that differentiation strategies were used with theses students.

Extra material was able to show the remarkable progress by students who were in the bottommost or remedial band on assessments that were…. [read more]


Schools Have Been Facing Tremendous Challenges Essay

… ¶ … schools have been facing tremendous challenges when it comes to curriculum. This is because there has been the focus at the state and federal levels to increase accountability. Yet, at the same time, many officials are trying to provide educators with a certain amount of flexibility in reaching predetermined objectives. (Fuller, 1962) ("Massillon City Schools," 2012)

As a result, there has been a shift in the kinds of tools that educators' are using to deal with these challenges. To fully understand how this can be achieved requires looking at the way state standards can be augmented with differential instruction. This will be accomplished by focusing on: the strategies, techniques and methods that will be utilized. Once this takes place, is when we provide…. [read more]


Creative Project Tall Buddies Term Paper

… Tall Buddies: Peer-Assisted Learning Initiative for Elementary Schools

Using a Peer-Assisted Learning Program to Help Both Young Tutors and Tutees Achieve Improved Academic Outcomes

The ability to read well contributes to virtually all other academic pursuits, and it is little wonder that there has been a great deal of attention paid to this aspect of education in recent years. In this regard, Otaiba, Fuchs, Fuchs et al. (2001) emphasize that, "The problems associated with limited reading competence are serious. Students with poor reading skills have lower self-esteem, pose greater discipline problems and are less likely to complete school than more skillful readers" (p. 15). One initiative that has been shown to be highly effective in helping young students with reading problems achieve improved ability across…. [read more]


Mindful vs. Traditional Martial Arts Thesis

… , 2001). As the existing research is largely limited to teenagers who are beyond the prime window of opportunity for prevention or early intervention efforts, this study will focus on children age 8-12, where early connections may inoculate at-risk students and set them on a more favorable trajectory. Terrence Webster-Doyle (personal communication, July 1, 2011) illuminates that by effectively challenging the self-imposed limits of each child, students will quickly realize that they can accomplish much more than they ever thought possible. Essentially, this parallels the old adage that we are each our own worst enemy -- the biggest fight for each of us, regardless of age, is within.

Theoretical and Conceptual Framework

Mindfulness psychotherapies are considered the third wave of behavior therapy, preceded by cognitive…. [read more]


Reading Improvement in Third Grade Term Paper

… The goals are as follows:

Terminal objective 1. Students will demonstrate positive attitudes toward reading by accelerating their growth and reading ability, fostering a love of reading, developing into lifelong learners, becoming critical thinkers, and improving their scores.

Terminal objective 2. Students will demonstrate their ability to construct, extend, and examine meaning for a variety of texts by using strategic behavior and integrating their prior knowledge about both reading and the topic.

Terminal objective 3. Students will demonstrate their ability to vary their orientation to the text by interacting with a variety of texts for different purposes. Students will read for recreation, for literary experience, to be informed, and to perform a task.

Terminal objective 4. Students will demonstrate their ability to interact with texts…. [read more]


Historical Fiction Term Paper

… ¶ … Fic

Historical Fiction and U.S. Slavery

The unit described herein will focus on the issue of slavery in the United States while also exploring the role that historical fiction can play in developing critical thinking, forming connections between people, ideas, and other times/cultures, and even in better understanding the modern world through an understanding of past technologies, capabilities, and limitations. Multiple technologies will be used throughout the unit to aide in the exploration of a specific text from multiple perspectives, identifying ways in which this text relates and ties to the lives of the fifth-grade students immersed in, and allow learners to make more immediate and direct connections between the text and the experiences embedded in it and their own life experience. Comparisons…. [read more]


HRM Implementation Plan Term Paper

… Reading is an essential component in guaranteeing academic achievement and lifelong success. For this reason, the implementation and maintaining of reading programs is essential to educational institutions. Literacy is important on both the individual and the social level. On the individual level the ability to read allows for successful achievements academically and in the workplace. On a social level, the literacy level of a community and country can greatly improve the quality of life.

The purpose of this discussion is to provide a plan concerning the implementation of a feasible reading program.

The value of reading and the need for a reading program

Educators may not always agree on every issue, but there is a genuine consensus that has formed over the years as it…. [read more]


Teaching Reading Term Paper

… Teaching: Lesson Plans

Teaching Methods in Education: Teaching Reading Fluency

The objective of this work is to design a plan to integrate fluency teaching strategies by (1) identifying a minimum of five fluency building strategies; (2) provide an explanation and rationale for each strategy; (3) describe how three reading fluency activities will be included in the Dr. Seuss unit; and (4) include a rationale for each activity (strategy).

Activities for early literacy programs include the activities as follows:

Listening to stories, poems and expository text;

Telling and retelling stories and nursery rhymes;

Singing and chanting (including the alphabet song)

Discussing word meanings, ideas, books and experiences;

Making predictions about words and stories (Building A Powerful Reading Program: From Research to Practice, 2003)

Activities that can…. [read more]


Teaching What Essential Characteristics Effective Essay

… Thus, as the students assume more confidence in using the learning concepts, the teacher provides less directed instruction and support. The teacher does not need to model the thinking processes as carefully as she did previously. The instruction Roberts was conveying was obviously during the early phases of student learning, so a more managed approach was desired.

By using different methods of instruction in future lectures, Roberts can also allow for the fact that some students may catch on more quickly than others. For these students, there will be a component of independent work integrated into the lectures. However, the modeling techniques will still be deployed for less confident pupils. And when new techniques are introduced, a similar strategy of gradual empowerment through directed lectures,…. [read more]


Microsoft Visio to Create Term Paper

… Visual Basic Editor-Useful for building Visual Basic for Applications programs.

Custom Properties Editor -- A popular wizard program essential for modifying the properties of numerous shapes at one time.

Shape Explorer -- A search tool that hunts specifically for certain shapes, stencils, templates and wizards.

Numerous wizards and converters -- These programs help users to assimilate data into diagrams and charts quickly and easily.

The Visio wizards and converters can be found by selecting Tools -- Macros -- Visio Extras.

The Options function includes the following:

General -- Includes User Options, Color Settings and Enable Screen Tips.

Drawing -- Includes Text Options, Drawing Options and Freeform Drawing Settings.

File Paths -- Includes path listings for Drawings, Templates, Stencils, Help, Add-ons, Start-Ups, and Filters.

Regional Settings…. [read more]


Health Nursing Health Plan Community Term Paper

… However, technology will be employed to increase the interest of the lectures. The four actual classes will be kept to a maximum of one hour apiece so as not to require a large time commitment from the participants. There will also be flexible times available for all of the men to attend the sessions depending on when they have to work.

Evaluation

This may be the most difficult part of the plan. Assessing whether the plan actually reduced the number of men who contracted type 2 diabetes would require the cooperation of area doctors and possible follow up surveys. Since information from medical services is tightly protected (Jones, 2010), even general information may be difficult to obtain. Therefore, it may take door to door surveys…. [read more]


Programs Lessons Appropriate for Students Term Paper

… Lesson Plan Preparation

You need to learn to walk before you can crawl. Any mother appreciates this essential truth of childhood physical development. A teacher must be similarly respectful of student developmental needs in her lesson plan design, else students become frustrated and alienated with school at a young age, simply because they are required to do something they are not cognitively or developmentally capable of, just yet, are were physically unable to perform -- without appropriate assistance.

A teacher might be teaching a fifth grade class that is cognitively normal, even gifted. But she may need because of past curriculum deficits of other teachers, to reinforce certain basic skills during a reading lesson, if she judges this area of instruction to be lacking from…. [read more]


Supervision of Instruction Term Paper

… After having proved the significance of Direct Instruction approach, let us look at what it is and how it must work in learning and an enriching environment.

Direct Instruction approach is basically a developmental and an on going as well as a step-by-step guide to better comprehension of the subject matter. It is based on a model with the following four stages:

All the steps have been taken verbatim from the research article under consideration)

I. Set: Provide Objectives, Establish Expectations and Introduce the Skill

This is the stage wherein the teacher begins his or her job of educating his or her pupil by initially introducing the topic to be taught with a thorough description and a detailed demonstration session of the skill to be…. [read more]


Does Cluster Grouping Children Through Differentiated Instruction Improve Academic Achievement? Research Proposal

… Cluster Grouping

BOOKS

Davidson, J., B. Davidson, L. Vanderkam. (2004). Genius Denied: How to Stop Wasting Our Brightest Young Minds. New York: Simon and Schuster.

The core of this book is the stories of exceptionally bright or talented children forced to endure the routines of regular schools that, while teaching to the lowest common denominator, stifle their enormous potential. Often GTs feel isolated and ashamed of their intellectual gifts, causing some to become behavioral problems, others to hide their intellectual acumen to "fit in." Clustering these children helps to mitigate that problem, if the universe is large enough within a particular school.

Gentry, M. (1999). Promoting Student Achievement and Exemplary Classroom Practices Through Cluster Grouping. Storrs, CT: Center for the Gifted and Talented.

In this…. [read more]


Network Project Case Study

… Network Design Proposal for Pacific Auto Rebuilding

For Pacific Auto Rebuilding (PAR) to provide responsive service to its customers while at the same time increasing internal accounting, order capture, order management and project management systems and processes, a network-based system is proposed. It is the intent of this proposal to provide PAR with insights into how they can significantly improve the performance of their company by concentrating on process improvements enabled by information technologies investments. From an analysis of the automated parts and inventory control system, order management, and project management processes within the company, it is clear that selectively automating key aspects of thee processes will provide PAR with significant cost and time efficiency savings or time. This proposal illustrates for PAR how the…. [read more]


Pedagogic Model: Teaching Technology in Special Education Dissertation

… " (Dougiamas, 1998) Such trivial constructivism, though, is the bedrock from which Glaserfelds more radical constructivism springs. He continues to state that because knowledge is constructed by the learner, and because no two learners are the same, knowledge itself is not absolute. There is a degree to which knowledge is an illusion, and every individual constructs their own conception of reality which (while susceptible to the demands of "real" or normal reality) does not necessarily align with the normal paradigm. Constructivism does embrace this relativistic and existential approach to reality, but it also holds as a primary value the idea of constraint which enables the thinkers to participate in social interaction and mainstream reality. (Glasersfeld)



One interesting area of constructionist theory is…. [read more]


Static Learning Research Proposal

… Static Learning in the 21st Century

The Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) test, mandated by Senate Bill 103 during the 76th Texas Legislative Session, assesses students in grades 3, through 11. Two of the tests are benchmarks for passing to the next level. The state of Texas requires students who do not pass the third grade, standardized test, to repeat that grade level and students in the eleventh grade must pass all tests in order to graduate (TEA, 2007). Test scores have come to dominate discussion about schools and their accomplishments. Amrein and Berliner (2002) found that educators at state and national levels use test scores to evaluate programs and allocate educational resources. A school, whose math test scores have dropped, might allocate…. [read more]


Teaching Math Concepts to Improve Test Scores Term Paper

… Elementary Measurement: Area, Perimeter, Volume



In an era of increased demands for teacher and student accountability, identifying better ways of delivering educational services represents a timely and worthwhile endeavor. There are some significant constraints involved in teaching young learners about mathematics concepts, though, that must be taken into account in devising such approaches. Nevertheless, the mandate is clear and state-level high-stakes testing regimens across the country currently require that all students achieve minimum performance standards on reading and mathematics tests in order to be promoted to the next grade. In this environment, identifying what works best and what does not is an important first step, and these issues are discussed further below.



Problem Statement and Needs Analysis

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Learning Styles and Comprehension of Secondary Special Education Students Term Paper

… ¶ … Multiple Instructional Strategies Used to Teach students to Each of Their Learning Styles Improve Their Reading Comprehension Levels Significantly More Than Students Who are Taught Using the Traditional Instructional Strategies?

It was proposed recently by Keer (2004) in the work: "Fostering Reading Comprehension in Fifth Grade by Explicit Instruction in Reading Strategies and Peer Tutoring" British Journal of Educational Psychology (2004) 74-37-70) proposes assessment and use in an approach as to teachers and learning styles differentiation in a down to earth manner while addressing the needs of teachers in their practice of incorporation through "informed decisions" as to areas/units possible for incorporation of learning styles.

A study in Belgium, "Fostering Reading Comprehension in Fifth grade by Explicit Instruction in Reading Strategies and Peer…. [read more]


Adults With Learning Disabilities Term Paper

… 58). Many people with LD have succeeded in the workplace, often as entrepreneurs, and recent legislation is intended to ease the process of disclosing a disability and obtaining on-the-job accommodations (Brown and Gerber 1994). Adults with LD are employed at the same rate as those with out disabilities, but many are underemployed in part-time, entry-level, minimum-wage jobs (Blackorby and Wagner

1997). Like other workers, people with LD must cope with workplace changes such as teamwork, productivity and skill demands, and technological advances (Brown and Gerber 1994).

In some of the literature (Kerka, 2002)3, on-the-job problems are framed in terms of individual deficits: persons with LD are said to encounter difficulties in establishing routines and processing information correctly (Ohler, Levinson, and Barker 1996); often exhibit low…. [read more]


Tale of Excellence Term Paper

… Tale of Excellence

The World Around Us: A Fifth Grade Unit Plan for Social Studies

Research has shown that formative assessment is beneficial to both teachers and students. The World Around Us is a unit plan for a fifth grade social studies class. The unit contains three cross-curricular lesson plans. Each one includes a description of a plan for formative assessment that the teacher can use immediately to inform instruction. Elements of effective assessment design are discussed. The three lesson plans are shown to incorporate some of these elements. An analysis of students' learning demonstrates the effectiveness of the lesson plans and the formative assessments that were designed for each one.

Introduction

The World Around Us is a fifth grade social studies unit designed to…. [read more]


Classrooms Are Diverse Environments Essay

… Students that most need supports to help them include students with language issues (English as a second language), students experiencing difficulties with motivation or behavior, and students with limited learning strategies, pre-requisite skills, or background knowledge (Lawrence-Brown, 2004). Learning standards and expectations must be maintained for these students in order to attain learning success, and the availability of specially designed supports enable these students to have access to the general course content and to appropriately express information learned and processed (Lawrence-Brown, 2004). Support availability is advantageous for all students, not only those that may be struggling, and there are 2 categories of supports as outlined by Lawrence-Brown (2004). The two categories include supports to aid students with diverse needs in accessing general education curriculum, and…. [read more]


Educational Leadership and Student Assessment Term Paper

… This program places an enormous amount of a pressure on Pennsylvania's public schools, often serving as a hindrance to public schools, which must find new ways produce good results. Often these schools change their curriculums to concentrate on the test material. While this may produce higher test scores, it often lowers actual academic achievement.

In addition, public schools have further incentive to tailor their curriculums to meet state test standards because of the recent implementation of state incentive money (Philadephia Inquirer, 2002). In 2002, Philadelphia public schools were awarded more than $4 million in state incentive money for improved test scores and attendance, according to Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Charles Zogby.

Forty-eight city schools improved fifth-grade scores; 24 improved eighth-grade scores; and eight improved 11th-grade…. [read more]


Fine Arts and the K-12 Curriculum Essay

… Fine Arts & the K-12 Curriculum

Including the fine arts in a K-12 curriculum has become a controversial issue in educational institutions and local school settings. Some educators and administrators view the arts as a "frivolous" appendage to the overall school program. Others believe it is an integral part of developing well; rounded individuals and contend that the arts support academic achievement. Since the arts are not included in high stakes testing and are not a part of the No Child Left Behind legislation, communities in support of fine arts programs are finding it difficult to justify the resources and time allocated for music, art and drama when offered. In higher education, over the years, your institution's fine arts department has built an extensive community…. [read more]


Best Practices for Students Diagnosed Research Proposal

… ¶ … Best Practices for Students Diagnosed With a Learning Disability in Reading

The objective of this study is to make a review of research-based best practices for students diagnosed with a learning disability in reading.

The significance of this study is the synthesis of literature that will be produced by this study and the knowledge that will be added to the already existing knowledge base in this area of study.

The methodology of this study is of a qualitative nature and will be conducted through an extensive review of literature in this area of study.

Research findings have demonstrated that best practices exist in the instruction of students diagnosed with learning disabilities in reading. This work reviews those best practices in what is a…. [read more]


Democracy, Multiple Intelligence, Art Project Term Paper

… aaae.org/research.html#abilities).

However, while this research found that an arts-based education is beneficial to all children, this does not mean that all children benefit from it in exactly the same way. Indeed, it would be highly counter-intuitive if they did given that one of the reasons that an arts-based education is useful to begin with is that the many different aspects of such an education (from dance to painting) are helpful in educating children precisely because they are so diverse. Arts-based education is inherently geared toward an evaluation of each child in terms of multiple intelligences.

The model of multiple intelligences that has been used throughout this research was developed by Howard Gardner in his 1983 book, Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Based…. [read more]


Asynchronous Java Script and XML Research Paper

… Classical web applications are based on a multi-page interface model, in which interactions are based on a page-sequence paradigm. Ajax changes this by allowing asynchronous requests to be made after a page has been loaded and allowing JavaScript code to update parts of the page in the browser, effectively making delta-updates without reloading the complete page." (Matthijssen, Zaidman, Storey, Bull, Deursen, 2010)

Instead of a new web page being loaded with new information, AJAX is able to update specific parts of the webpage and therefore when the browser is refreshed or reloaded, the specific asynchronous areas of the web page are remitted with new information and therefore are able to update without forcing the browser to refresh to a new page. Although the authors describe…. [read more]

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