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Effective Questioning In Direct Instruction
1,409 wordsEffective Questioning Leads to Improved Student Effective Questioning Leads to Improved The purpose of this research was to provide a better understanding of how effective questioning can be used in the classroom and how it effects the students learning. I have separated my report on the research into four separate areas in an attempt to clearly identify the concepts more clearly. I will begin with the formation of the questions themselves, consider their implications in regards to Blooms Taxono...
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Higher Levels Class Discussion
1,437 words... one. This act of balance may also lead to a positive student-student discussion which will promote higher levels of cognition and more student interaction because of a volunteers desire to add or reflect on another students response. That opportunity in the classroom would be optimum for total class learning. Through observation, other students will be actively engaged in the discussion as well. This leads to my next topic of building upon other students responses. Often, a response will be ...
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Student Learning Current System
530 wordsTeachers should be paid according to student performances. Teachers that I have encountered on a high school classroom level do not care about the kids and how much they are learning. They only care about the paycheck. Some of my Good teachers are not rewarded. Incompetent teachers are protected. What's best for the kids is not even factored into the equation. It's all about seniority. Nowhere is that more obvious than when lay-offs occur. When a reduction in staff is required, do schools keep t...
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Small Schools Learning Environment
1,008 wordsA COMPARISON OF SMALL SCHOOL AND BIG SCHOOL SIZE SETUPS Until the mid- 1960 s, there was considerable agreement among sociologists and educational reformers that a substantial part of the differences in school performance by different students could be attributed to differences in the quality of schools they attended. Not only did the argument seem intuitively obvious, it also had considerable impressionistic evidence to support it. Students who attended run-down inner city schools, often with i...
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Children With Disabilities Technical Assistance
2,148 wordsControversial Issues in Special Education Recently we have a lot of children that are considered to be disabled of doing certain tasks that an adequate child is. These children received inadequate treatment and chances to develop for a very long period of time, but the situation has changed since 1970 s. Before that time many schools were depriving certain categories of children with disabilities, for example deaf or blind of getting education at all. Only after Public Law 94 - 142 became effect...
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Teaching And Learning Teaching Methods
1,312 wordsInstructional practices. The process of teaching pupils, especially at elementary schools, is very important and is constantly changing. Frankly speaking, teaching at an elementary school is considered to be one of the most difficult. At that age knowledge base on the differential effects of various approaches to early education. But there is no one answer, how to use instructional practices on the early stage. Thats because of huge amount of factors, that should be taken into consideration whil...
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Highly Educated Percent Increase
2,129 wordsEducational productivity is the improvement of students outcomes with little or no additional financial resources, or a consistent level of student performance at a lower level of spending. Educational productivity is based on effectiveness. This is the linkage between student outcomes and the level and use of financial resources in the schools. Production functions are concerned with how money is related to student learning and lifetime earnings. Other approaches are cost functions, data envelo...
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