means to learn something new. It’s intention is to mentally, physically, and emotionally benefit the person by putting them in a better place then they were previously in before. From the beginning of times people have relied and survived on past educators. There are many people that contribute to a individuals education. Starting off as a young child most of the information retrieved comes from home through parents, and loved ones. As they move into adolescents learning is obtained from multiple
Section 1: Introduction to the Study
Student learning and ways to involve them and their parents more in their learning has remained a challenge for educators. An exploration for increasing student learning and accountability has led educators to include students in the conference process. A way of including students in their academic performance and allowing them an opportunity to directly assess their classroom work has brought about a change from traditional parent-teacher conferences
cultures. It is important for educators to ensure that their teaching strategies are appropriate for all of the children in their classroom. When it comes to the classroom there can be many cultural challenges that educators will have to address to ensure that all students are growing and developing appropriately. Educators need to make sure that they are capable of addressing each of their students’ needs individually in order for the students to be able to succeed. Educators must be able to define
maintain a substantial lifestyle. The debate of teacher pay scales has raged on for years. Many argue that the current pay scale for teachers is a scale which rewards teachers merely for seniority. They argue that the current pay scale overlooks those educators which demonstrate exceptional performance. Teacher merit pay systems have been the most popular suggestions made to remedy the problems seen with the current pay scale. Although the current pay scale may not be completely effective, the idea of teacher
the competencies for the nurse educator role of your choice (either hospital-based or academic; ANA or NLN) in the assigned readings. Select one competency and share it with your classmates. Be sure to address why you selected the one you did. Discuss how you have already met it or how you plan to meet it as you embark on your journey as a nurse educator. Support your response with literature.
How do you see health care reform affecting the role of the nurse educator? Use the literature to support
Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan
Grand Canyon University
EDU-225 Instructional Technology
Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan (Benchmark)
It is my mission to become an educator with the proficiency, knowledge and resources to encourage academic excellence and provide the opportunity for students to enhance their educational practice and to increase their intellectual productivity through technology. I will provide sufficient
Customized Learning Theory
Many educators operate their classrooms using a “learning theory” that they feel optimizes the best learning environment for their students. As an educator it is very important to create your own customized learning theory to use in your classroom. A customized learning theory is developed to create an optimum learning environment for students. Educators have to research and put into practice the ideas that they feel may work best
we are robbing them of tomorrow.” His name was John Dewey. He was an American philosopher, psychologist and educational reformer whose ideas have been influential in education and social reform. This man is the inspiration for many enthusiastic educators, who wish to evolve education as the world around us changes, especially with the rapid reforms bestowed upon the education world through this monster that we call digital media. There is no running away from the fact that digital media has already
goes through from birth to a child’s development past eleven years old. The four stages presented by Piaget can help educators make the most out of every child’s educational experience.
Although Piaget’s developmental theories focus mainly on the development of only children and do not address learning behaviors, understanding the stages could be crucial for some educators. Piaget emphasized that each stage can be reached at different times, meaning they are not concrete and develop only
anchoring a catheter was necessary. The team responsible for these changes included the clinical manager in charge of all medical surgical units, each medical surgical unit manager where these changes were to take place and the medical surgical educator. This team reviewed evidence based research and practices on how to improve CAUTI’s and thru this research came up with a plan to implement nurse driven protocols that would be beneficial to our facility. These protocols instructed nursing, thru
(b) Educational guidance:
• A facet of guidance concerning students’ motivation to learn;
the unrealistic expectations of both parents & educators;
methods of study & reinforcing /assisting with academic work.
• Educators work out learners learning styles / reasons for problems / possible solutions
• Educators will take holistic approach to support learner & establish trust to facilitate learner’s progress
• Is to judge / measure learner’s
that is completed by parents of the infant or child, Preschool educators, Kindergarten teachers, and Day Care Providers. The ASQ is designed to screen the developmental performance of children in the areas of communication, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, problem solving, personal-social skills, and overall development across time. The age-appropriate scale is completed by the parent of the infant or child, Preschool educators, Kindergarten teachers, and Day Care Providers. The items on the
instruction for students. Also the role that such procedures play in the daily class.
In order for these individuals be be successful in an educational environment there has to be flexibility in the way that we as educators teach and present our lessons to the student. Educators must take into account the entire picture, meaning that when we educate students with disabilities that we also educate the family and the community in which that student resides. The diagnostic piece of the (DPE) refers
This letter will give you more insight to the policy regarding HIV/AIDS in a school settlement.
NATIONAL POLICY ON HIV AND AIDS FOR LEARNERS AND
EDUCATORS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS AND
EDUCATORS IN FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTIONS
(10 AUGUST 1999 VOLUME 410 NUMBER 20372)
HIV and AIDS is one of major challenges to all South Africans. It is
estimated that almost 25% of the general population
Kronberg, and Crossett (1996) suggest the use of inclusion strategies in a classroom to enhance a desirable environment for learning to students, especially those from diverse backgrounds. Educators according to inclusion practices should focus on quality education and are to be guided by unique dispositions. Educators are responsible for evaluating teaching practices and initiating positive changes. A teacher’s attitude should be positive and they should have the skills and ability to provide emotional
same goes for perspective educators; each individual has their own opinion of what it is going to be like to become a teacher and what their classroom is going to be like before they have completed their first educational class. As time passes and classes are taken, those preconceived thoughts can have a way of changing your future expectations. Views become more realistic and you understand what there really is to being a good teacher.
Wanting to become a special educator is a relatively new desire
styles, multi-modalities, multiple intelligences, learning processes, learning theories
Every person has a preferred style in which they learn. This is called learning style or is also referred to as multiple intelligences. Most educators agree that the level of learning achieved by a learner is one of the most important factors that determine the success of a learning environment (Yilmaz-Soylu & Akkoyunlu, 2009). Traditionally, most students are taught the same material in the
“showroom” where educators interact with guests through yoga and fitness classes to understand what customers in the area need the most, therefore management differs from store to store, however the results are similar; the guests have a place to be challenged, relax and achieve personal goals. Each store also creates a positive work environment for the educators creating an extremely high quality of work life because the company cares about all of the educators’ health. An educator at a lululemon
media site more than once a day. Seventy-five percent of teenagers own cell phones--25 percent use them for social media, 54 percent use them for texting, and 24 percent use them for instant messaging. (O’Keefe 2011) With these statistics in mind, educators looking to engage students in an already challenging curriculum, search for ways to connect a student’s learning experience to what has become a huge force in their young lives.
Social networking can be yet another platform to enrich the learning
importance of developing Christian education is founded on the teachings of the Bible and as Paul mentions, that the educator may find strength in the Lord in the process (Col. 1:28-29). As Estep writes, “Christian formation is the central tenant of Christian education. Facilitating the process of Christian formation within the believer is the ultimate aim to which Christian educators likewise commit themselves” (Estep and Kim 2010, 4). Our responsibility is to develop curriculum that is well balanced
Relationship Building Plan
Professor Renee Brown
November 9, 2014
As a Christian educator it is my belief that students should be trained with Christian-like values that reflects a Godly character. When an educator teaches students the value of learning, while still remaining true to the walks of God it is an essential ingredient that allows beliefs, relationships, abilities and skills to flow together. “All teachers teach on the basis of their
her Theory of Goal Attainment. This paper details the components of the theory as well as practical application of those components today. Goal setting and patient education are discussed in relation to King’s theory. The role of the nurse as educator is explained. The importance of King’s theory and practical application of that theory is displayed.
Imogene King was not only involved in nursing for 60 years, but she was a leader in nursing right from her start in the diploma program at
environments, blended learning, proctored exams, bundled platforms, cloud computing, object-oriented content, interactive whiteboards, documents cameras, wireless labs, and bring your own device. The first article Massive Open Online Courses: Should Educators Worry? by Gita Bajaj concentrates on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and their impact. The second article Spotlight on Accountability: As E-learning Moves Further into the K-12 Mainstream, it is Attracting Greater Scrutiny of its Effectiveness
common culture was the basis for the educational forum. Formal public school
instruction in cultural diversity was rare, and appreciation or celebration of
minority or ethnic culture essentially was nonexistent in most schools. In the
1930's, the educators were in the progressive education movement, called for
programs of cultural diversity that encouraged ethnic and minority students to
study their heritage's. This movement became popular in many schools until
around 1950. Now, these days in education
curriculum (including the contexts for family life education).
e. Appropriate levels of educator/participant involvement.
f. And ethical considerations.
A Definition of Family:
There are several different definitions of what family life education (FLE) is, dating back to 1962. Many may say the definitions that have been given are too broad and too vague, therefore, family life educators have moved beyond trying to develop a concise definition and have decided to discuss the aims
never assumed to be above question. The person who exhibits an ostrich-type' faith, that is, one who simply responds to legitimate questions with a condescending "Because" is never ready to truly define their epistemological base. "The Christian educator does not hesitate to welcome open investigation of the reality of his faith."
Given the premise that the eternal God is the basis for any Christian philosophy of education, then revelational truth must be at the core of its teaching. Both general
certainly not new. However, letting talented people slip through the cracks is something that we as educators can help to prevent. Someone with Chris Langan’s intellect does not come often, but that does not mean that as educators we cannot spend time to help those less fortunate. While the affluent can afford private schools, better tutors, and more social experiences, it is our job as public educators to do our best to provide all students with an opportunity to succeed. Prior to reading Outliers
ourselves as Christian educators. We ask ourselves if we are doing our jobs exactly to God’s calling. Are we striving to teach the truth? And with that, what is truth? According to Gaebelein in his book The Pattern of God’s Truth, “All truth is God’s truth.” As educators we are called upon to cultivate “Christlike minds” (Moreland). This is quite the task, especially given our surrounding circumstances and constant secular environment. Not only are we, as educators surrounded by this secularism
learning Asian or European languages, which are extremely difficult to learn. Becoming bilingual has never been considered significant in the past, most everyone thought that it was best to leave each to his own. But eventually, people, layman and educators alike, have found out and proven that this view is wrong.
Bilingualism can be classified into three types. One is simultaneous bilingualism. To be a simultaneous bilingual is for an infant to learn two or more languages at the same time as its first
accomplished if there are other factors deemed more important by educators than the welfare of the students they teach. As shown in the documentary, the number one goal for the teachers unions is to protect the livelihood of the educators at any cost. Looking at this through the conflict perspective, more narrowly, economically as favored by Karl Marx, one sees that public education is a system that is in a constant state of upheaval as educators and the educated vie for control of the system. Newman summarizes
educational development of someone or some group of people. And I felt this aspect was implicit in the etymology of the word, thus making me feel like I am in the realm of legitimacy in this definition.
What approach to curriculum do most educators adopt? Most educators use the behavioral approach, which is technical and scientific, uses principles, models and/or strategies to help devise a curriculum that designates goal and objectives that need to be met through instruction or various activities (Ornstein
pay but with merit pay many of these individuals may consider working in the education profession.
Relation to the Problem to the Specialization
Merit Pay is a topic of investigation because even though it rewards great teachers many lawmakers, educators, and teacher’s union are opposed to it. In 2009 President Barack Obama embraced merit pay for teacher which made this topic even more controversial. (2009 Associated Press) Proponents of merit pay say it doesn’t pay. There is very little evidence
learning tool can make a measurable difference in student achievement” (p.6).
Statement of Problem
Federal requirements and increased accountability on schools require educators to provide students with technology infused instruction that develops 21st century scholastic skills (Wiley, Mathis, & Garcia. 2005). Even though technology has been identified as an effective way to enhance educational opportunities for students
references about the whole case.
Two Advocacy Documents or Articles (document or article including statements from presidents, politicians, or advocates about the topic you selected)
Citation Information: http://billofrightsinstitute.org/resources/educator-resources/lessons-plans/landmark-cases-and-the-constitution/olmstead-v-united-states-1927/
Key Use: In the Olmstead case Chief Justice William Taft had said the amendment meant physically searches and seizures.
What information from this source seems
describe the social and emotional environment of the classroom and its effect on student learning and behavior.
Children’s Garden Montessori School is a reflection of the Montessori program and teaching style. Maria Montessori, an Italian educator in the early 20th century, created Montessori programs; they contain their own set of educational materials and tools developed by herself and collaborators. The classrooms consist of mixed ages and are allotted uninterrupted blocks of work time
phonics can do for a student one might think, why doesn't everyone agree that phonics is the best way in learning literacy? Phonics, is in fact, a great way to learn the basics of reading, but the problem educators have with phonics is that is does just that; it only teaches the basics. Many educators will agree that phonics is definitely a necessary method, but not sufficient for reading instruction ( Brooks 38). Students are learning to read words, but they are not learning to read. What does this
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educated about? What are the learners going to learn?
How to Write Goals
A nurse educator writing goals for an education plan may use the picture-perfect student as an example for writing goals. The educator will think about this student and then focus on his attitudes, abilities, values, and knowledge. The educator will then build his goals based on the student’s performance, skills, and behavior. Next, the educator will develop goals based on the education material being taught. What will the student
the Online Educator. The following 5 points are a good place to
start for blending methods of adult education and technology. !
1. Acknowledge the student. Get to know the student, find out what they know and fill the gaps
to what there learning journey needs, weather it is skills, knowledge or reflection. There are so
many benefits in getting to know your student. When you think of a positive learning process,
doesn't it include someone who you connected with, either an educator or a fellow
EDAHOD5 – The Educator as Assessor
Word processing evaluation – Apply the word processing knowledge you have learnt and create a one page document with any type of information containing a document heading, paragraphs and a footer detailing page number and student name. The document also needs to contain a numerical multi level list and a table consisting of 3 columns and 4 rows.
and pneumonia (Avril, 2011).
Solution to the Problem
Recently the hospital had a meeting about the way the facility would be reimbursed due to hospitalizations that occurred within a thirty day readmission connected to the same diagnosis. The educators were forced to evaluate how staff could improve in eliminating infrequently readmissions. The lack of information given and understood by the patient guarantees a readmission due to the nurse not fully understanding that for patients with CHF to
different cultural backgrounds.
The first educational need relates to ESL and cultural diversity. Educators must respect the diverse cultural backgrounds and ensure equity, so children develop knowledgeable and confident self-identities (DEEWR, 2009). A positive sense of self is fostered when children are supported in their environment to feel safe, secure and supported (DEEWR, 2009). Early childhood educators should support students for whom English is a second language to develop their English language
well as faces, and edges. To sum this all up, this were a very interesting class I always heard that geometry was hard. But, I really learned a whole lot from this class as well as how to teach it all to my student’s present and future classes as educator.
A major characteristic of professional mathematics teacher that I learned daily though out this course is teacher participation. Many of the activity the we did and read reflected on showing teacher involvement. I have been in a lot of class
the students learn, handle certain situations, perceive things, and overall just how their brain processes things. If either environment is lacking or overly induced with certain factors it could be detrimental to a child’s academic growth. As educators we need to ensure that we are aware of the issues that can occur from environments that are not stable and take them into consideration when dealing with our students and their academics. Once we are aware we need to do all that we can do to ensure
theory defines and explains the different phases of the interpersonal process. She goes into detail with the roles of the nurse and the four key components being Nursing, Person, Environment and Health. As a nurse educator Peplau’s Theory can be applied to both the role as a nurse educator with the interaction between my students and the patients while at clinical observing the students. This theory is best defined as the dynamics of the human relationships and how one another interact through various
reforms study on the continuous black-white achievement gap in the public schools, in America. In the book, “Multiplication is meant for White People”: Raising Expectations for Other people’s Children, Lisa Delpit focuses on these reforms and informs educators that education gap does not exist at birth.. Through her experience in the field and as a mother, she gives strategies for raising the expectations of minority or underperforming children especially the blacks. The book has many references of elementary
High school students in part-time employment:
What effects on scholastic performance?
Educators in the United States have long argued about the effects of part-time work on the academic performance of high school students. Though many studies claim that there is a relationship between a student’s grade point average (GPA) – the standard measure academic performance in high schools and universities in the US – and the number of hours the students is employed, there seems little agreement
first task of the educator. In such a delicate task, a great art must suggest the moment, and limit the intervention in order that we shall arouse no perturbation, cause no deviation, but rather that we shall help the soul which is coming into the fullness of life, and which shall live from its own forces. This art must accompany the scientific method.”
Dr.Maria Montessori, The Montessori Method
Comment on the above statement and explain your understanding of the role of the educator in assisting the
child off and lead to feelings of resentment, anger, and resistance. Reading should be set to the tone and pace of the child.
As the standards of education change a consistent factor remains the focus on reading. Early childhood educators must provide an atmosphere that is both developmentally stimulating to the student while also meeting the standards of education. The methods used to help recognize phonics and begin the transition into emergent readers vary from student to student
complex.”] (Institute of Medicine, p. 172) The goal of the IOM is to have the nurses holding a BSN degree at, at least 80% by 2020, but to obtain this we must overcome some barriers such as funding and accessibility of the educational programs. Nurse educators are assisting in improving the education of nursing by changing the core curriculum to meet the new competencies that one is expected to obtain. By obtaining the higher level of standards it holds one to be more responsible and accountable for their