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2000 From The World Wide Traditional Classroom
1,420 wordsHarold Gardner (1983) of Harvard University has identified several kinds of intelligence people possess. Particularly, this finding poses significant implications in classroom instructions. More often than not, children and even adults (who are grown up children) are labeled negatively if and when they manifest either a very fast, slow or no understanding at the entire subject matter. Identifying childrens various strengths among these intelligences will direct the teachers toward more successfu...
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Early Childhood Learning Centers
1,020 wordsThe mission of public schooling is to offer every child full and equal educational opportunity, regardless of the background, education, and income of his / her parent (s). To achieve this goal, no time is as precious or as fleeting as the first years of formal schooling. Research consistently shows that children who get off to a good start in reading rarely stumble. Those who fall behind tend to stay behind for the rest of their academic lives. Good teaching and a good classroom reading program...
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Makes It Easier Strengths And Weaknesses
1,891 wordsIndividualized instruction is not just a philosophy, but rather is comprised of a specific plan for meeting every student's educational needs. Individualized instruction begins with a system to diagnose student strengths and weaknesses. Teachers use this pre-assessment to define goals for the student and understand their academic interests. The next step is to determine the best possible arrangement to group students for instruction, whether it is by needs, interests, or developmental levels. On...
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Record Keeping Learning Centers
1,896 words... other students. Additionally, there are some students who enjoy personal attention from peers and who prefer to learn from a child's explanation, rather than from that of an adult. Unfortunately for the teacher, he or she cannot be in more than one place at a time. When students are working on different tasks, at different stations, and on different levels, the teacher must devise a system for organizing students and managing both the students' time and that of the teacher. Depending on how ...
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Running Head Learning Center For Primary Part 1
1,985 wordsRunning head: LEARNING CENTER FOR PRIMARY CLASSROOM Learning Center for Primary Classroom April 23, 2009 Learning Center for Primary Classroom Introduction Educators often face challenges on how to provide effective instruction for children with diverse needs in special and general education settings. Although learning centers are relatively seldom used nowadays due to various limitations (for example, physical space restrictions, etc. ), the important of using learning centers for primary class...
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Running Head Learning Center For Primary Part 2
1,998 words... area the teacher may find necessary to have pencils, crayons, paper of various shapes, sizes, and colors, envelopes, word cards, markers, sentence strips, word lists, computers, printers, typewriters, dictionaries and thesaurus, date and draft stamps, to mention a few. Finally, art and painting area materials may include crayons and oil pastels, finger and liquid paint, chalk, brushes, sponges, modeling tools, etc. Learning center for a primary classroom can be used for direct instruction. F...
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Sir Robert Peel Juvenile Offenders
1,910 wordsMobilization for Youth 1 Mobilization for Youth received federal funding and attempted an integrated approach to community development. Answer: a. Mobilization for Youth (MOBY) b. Chicago Area Project c. Boston's Mid-City Project d. Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study 2 In the Public Health Approach primary prevention focuses on improving the general well-being of individuals through such measures as access to health care services and general prevention education. Answer: a. primary prevention b. s...
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