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Review of the newly implemented K+12 Education in the Philippines.
Published by Kent Maureen Peligrino 79 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +10 votes | 88 comments
Learn a few tips on how to pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). Prepare for the LET with the help of these tips.
Published by Christine Gapuz 89 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +10 votes | 67 comments
Due to the fact that many children come from rough neighborhoods filled with violence and self-destruction, it is imperative that we teach good character and virtues in the classroom. Such examples include empathy, moral reasoning, and self-control, responsibility to us and to others. We must not waiver since the teacher cannot do it alone.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 69 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +49 votes | 28 comments
Bat 6 is about a group of sixth-grade girls from Barlow and Bear Creek Ridge that loves to play softball. The main character of the story is Brita Maria. She played second base. The story took place shortly after the World War II. During this time, there was racial bigotry not only against the Blacks, but also with the Japanese American citizens.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 68 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +28 votes | 19 comments
The purpose of this paper is to provide the audience with a written document containing practical teaching notes for use when teaching a lesson to students with emotional behavioral disorders (EBD). This how-to guide will provide steps for achieving specific learning objectives, principles governing behavior, descriptions of effective teaching strategies, interventions and accommodations for use by the special educator in the classroom.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 70 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +36 votes | 16 comments
Special education teachers have enormous responsibilities in terms of meeting the needs of students with orthopedic and musculo-skeletal disorders such as curvature of the spine, hip conditions, limb deficiency, and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. The process of developing appropriate individualized education goals begins with educating oneself on specific characteristics of each disorder.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 70 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +27 votes | 14 comments
This paper serves as an observational review of testing procedures and purpose of giving the Woodcock Johnson lll as part of the evaluation process. The Woodcock Johnson 111 Tests of Cognitive Abilities (WJ-lll) tests the information-process abilities as well as memory (Smith, 2004).
Published by Chris Stonecipher 71 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +16 votes | 12 comments
A discussion on the benefits of a good education using the philosophy of John Locke.
Published by Richard Wassem 79 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +16 votes | 11 comments
Put what you have learned to work for you by teaching others.
Published by Jerry Walch 71 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +19 votes | 10 comments
According to Malcolm Knowles, originator of adult learning, adults move from dependency to self-directed learners. Therefore class instructors and facilitators must design the curriculum(s) and the classroom structure specifically for adult learners.
Published by Donata L. 81 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +19 votes | 9 comments
A simple technique on how to proof read an article before submitting it to article sites. Also an explanation as to why it can be difficult to spot mistakes.
Published by Stephen Lake 82 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +12 votes | 9 comments
Many students are struggling in the classroom with the concentration, and it just might have to do with the teaching styles conflicting with learning styles. In my classroom, I used testing and creative practices to help a child that was struggling with attention and memory. One thing all educators know, if you want to get through and help a child, we must be creative and figure out their learning styles.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 63 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +21 votes | 7 comments
Behavioral challenges in the classroom should be properly tackled by the teacher to maintain harmony among the students. Applying strict disciplinary rules is one way of tacking behavior challenges in the classroom.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 74 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +14 votes | 7 comments
You can be a friend or anyone to your students and his family but put a limit to the relationship to maintain professionalism.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 76 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +8 votes | 7 comments
We know that more positive you are in your approach towards your career or teaching, more successful and a better teacher you are. So having believe in what you are doing reflects in your behaviour and your dealing with students. Having faith that your students are cabable of doing better brings positive results and it is the term called 'The Pygmalion effects'.
Published by Amera Khanam 79 months ago in Education & Teaching Careers | +5 votes | 7 comments
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