Accommodations for Intellectually Disabled Students

Abstract: This following research paper describes about Intellectual Disability and its limitations. And some of the common characteristics of ID. It also provides the comprehensive view of modifications, accommodations and assistive technology and transition planning to assist disabilities. Some agencies and inclusion tips are also mentioned. Lastly, concluding the article formally by giving final suggestions.…

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Action Plan Proposal: Lack of Teacher Training on Multiethnic Education

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   There are innumerable teacher education programs but are they efficient enough to lead a multiethnic classroom? This is a question that dawned on me after a cooperating teacher I was working with mentioned her concerns to me. She felt that she did not receive enough pre-service education and teacher training to…

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Action research

ACTION RESEARCH, ITS BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER EDUCATION Action research in English Language Teaching is relatively a recent development which has been predominant in the literature in late 1980s and early 1990s. This essay explores the definitions, literature, benefits and challenges of action research as a method of teacher research in teacher…

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Action Research: A Guide to Developing Effective Online Courses for Traditionally Trained Teachers

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Action Research: A Guide to Developing Effective Online Courses for Traditionally Trained Teachers Background of the Problem Teaching the 21st Century learner presents teachers with many challenges, one of which is how to effectively incorporate technology into the classroom. Also, many colleges and universities have added significant numbers of online courses…

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ADHD in Classroom Strategies: Literature Review

To what extent can teachers make provisions for pupils with ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity‑Disorder) in the mainstream classroom? CONTENTS (JUMP TO) Section 1: Referenced Extracts Section 2a Part One: Analysis and Critical Evaluation of the Issue Section 2b Part Two: Examination of the Practical Implications for Primary School Teachers Section 3: Copies of Extracts Section 4: Bibliography Sources and Further Reading…

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ADP7116 Microteaching Session Plan: International students & assessment

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Aims:  The session aims to introduce students to current issues in river assessment methods and explore turbulence as practical and effective solution to link fluvial processes with aquatic biota. Intended learning outcomes:   By the end of the session, students will be able to: Understand the current issues in assessing hydromorphological condition…

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Analysis of Emotional, Behavioral, and Communication Disorders

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Emotional, Behavioral, and Communication Disorders Teachers are going to see students with emotional, behavioral and communication disorders within their general education classrooms. It is important for teachers to be able to observe and help identify students with these potential disorders so students can be evaluated to determine if they need additional…

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Analysis of Mathematics Teaching Methods

Many primary schools throughout New Zealand are changing their current teaching mathematics methods, to incorporate the new organizational practice used in developing mathematical inquiry community classrooms. These community-based classroom teaching methods strive towards equitable learning for diverse learners, to further enhance their mathematical proficiency, by developing risk taking and problem-solving skills. The purpose of this…

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An Exploration of 1:1 Teaching Assistant Intervention to Support Improved Learning Behaviours for Child with ADHD

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction. This assignment will explore the use of a 1-1 teaching assistant to support improved learning behaviours for a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The behaviours shown by children with ADHD will be explored and how this may affect the child’s relationship with others and self. Get Help With…

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Application of Behaviour Analysis to Effective Teaching

“Describe and critically evaluate the application of behaviour analysis to effective teaching, using practice examples.”   Abstract: The purpose of this essay is to discuss the workings of applied behaviour analysis within education. Before researching ABA, I had no real understanding or knowledge of the use and practice of this. Unfortunately, there are misconceptions and…

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Application of Malcolm Knowles’ Theories to Teaching Practice

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Application of Malcolm Knowles’ Theories to Teaching Practice 6N3326 ASSIGNMENT 5 Consider and discuss how you might apply the theories of Malcolm Knowles to your current or future training work. “The art of teaching is essentially the management of these two key variables in the learning process – environment and interaction- which together…

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Applying Inquiry-based Learning to Students in Integrated Programming

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Applying inquiry-based learning to students with context of integrated programming is critical when catering to the needs of students today. This approach is about giving students the dispositions, skills and opportunities, to investigate by finding out information, making meaning and taking independent action from their findings (Murdoch, 2015). Key components for students to…

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Approaches to Recording and Recording in Post Primary Schools in Ireland

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   The main goal of teachers today is to ensure that all their students leave with the ability to think and especially their ability to critically think, nevertheless alongside all learning, the need for assessment will always follow. The need for assessment has been argued amongst educators for years and will most…

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Approaches to Teaching for Inclusion in Physical Education

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   A practitioner led enquiry investigating the approaches to teaching for inclusion in Physical Education The study will focus on the different ways that PE teachers plan and include children with SEND into PE lessons Introduction Inclusion   Inclusion is about creating a classroom in which all children feel welcomed, valued and…

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A Student-centered Activity of Environmental Learning

To increase the use of specific details on environmental protection, students are required to review informational websites in groups of ten and complete personal blogs based on their understanding on environmental conservation and how they can encourage others to conserve the environment. A full-fledged lesson plan that includes the environmental learning activity as the centerpiece…

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A Study On The Role Play Development Teaching Essay

Play is almost universally recognized as an integral factor in children’s learning and development. For example, Macintyre (2001, 4) quotes Isaacs’ 1933 description of play: Play is “the crucial component in children’s development,” and adds that everyone “concerned with young children” should “recognise and value the different kinds of understanding developed through play” (Macintyre 2001,…

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Autism Spectrum Disorders: Causes, Diagnosis and Support

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Autism Spectrum disorders Introduction Autism awareness in today’s society has moved from the shadow of shame and unknown to the forefront of research and education as an increasing number of children and people with Autism Spectrum disorders gain attention in every aspect of their everyday lives. This paper will attempt to…

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Banking fraud

Presentation of the Issue Banks are not being prepared for their client’s online bank accounts to under come frauds. Not all banks have good security systems and blame their clients with the benefit for thief. An opportunistic thief who stole £ 14,000 from a woman’s bank account after she failed to log out of a…

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Becoming a teacher

Individual Essay Like most of my peers, I joined the teaching profession with some preconceived notions, to a certain extent based on observations of my teachers, both good and bad, and partly on my opinion of how things should be like in a perfect world. Personal Philosophy Every child having a sense of belonging As…

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Benefits, Challenges and Organization of Progress Monitoring

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   What is progress monitoring? How might a teacher organize their progress monitoring? What are some benefits and challenges associated with progress monitoring? The purpose of progress monitoring is to assess student performance/ progress in targeted areas (e.g., reading, math, and social behavior). It helps guide an effective intervention program to maximize student success…

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Benefits of Teaching and Learning Intercultural Understanding

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Intercultural Understanding Students are currently living in a time where they need to recognise shared values and common humanity if they are to thrive and survive as a global community. They must replace fear with hope and rediscover the joy that comes with human connection. Teachers should encourage students to cherish…

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Building a Relationship between Music and Mathematics: A Perspective in Instruction

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Building a Relationship between Music and Mathematics: A Perspective in Instruction Introduction As a teacher of mathematics in the earliest parts of my career, one of the most challenging aspects of my work was in getting students to understand basic mathematical while using that understanding in building a bridge leading to…

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Bull Riding injury Risks

Toughest Sport on Dirt Bull riding is an extreme sport with serious life threatening risks but have little restriction in the safety equipment that is needed to protect these athletes. Hockey, football, and even baseball all have been mandated to wear safety helmet to protect them from injury. For newer extreme sports, like snowboarding and…

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Challenges for Teachers Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   EDUC90989: Capstone Professional Project   Conference Paper Abstract Introduction   In the 21st century, there is an increasing need to transform the current science education to focus on scientific knowledge as a process rather than a product (Kim , Tan , & Talaue , 2013). This was fuelled by The National Research Council (National Research Council…

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Challenging Behavior: Types, Risk-Factors and Interventions

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Challenging Behavior   Behavior refer to how a person conducts themselves to their reaction, actions, and functioning in response to everyday situations and different environments. Challenging behavior is a termed used to describe behavior that interferes with a person’s daily life. Challenging behavior also describe behavior that is challenging to everyone…

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Characteristics of Students with Emotional or Behavioural Disorders

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction Students with emotional disturbances are a vulnerable population who require multiple levels of support and understanding that may not be as demanding for those who are found eligible for other disabilities.  Although students with emotional disabilities are a small percentage of those who are identified as having a disability, the…

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Classroom Management Action Plan | Example

Classroom Management Introduction Classroom management is a term that refers to the techniques and skills that teachers use to keep students organized, focused, on task, orderly, attentive, and academic productive, during class. When teachers implement the classroom management strategies effectively, they minimize the behaviors that obstruct learning for both individual students and group of students…

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Classroom Management Theories for Student Discipline

Introduction Classroom management is a tool to build cooperative and incorporating procedures necessary for individual development and learning (Burden, 2016). Classroom management theories have been established to implement a functioning environment within the school environment and these include Authoritarian, Mixed-method and an Egalitarian approach. An approach to each theory is explained through Assertive discipline, Neo-Adlerian…

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