Part 1: Informal Observation Feedback For this assignment respond to the case study in 250-500 words including the following: Assumptions: At least 3-5 assumptions you have made about what is happening in the classroom. Questions: Minimum of 3-5 open-ended questions you would ask the teacher about the class and lesson in order to test your assumptions and gain a… Continue reading How does understanding your personal biases influence your ability to evaluate teachers?
Discuss some barriers faced by teachers and/or students regarding online distance learning, teaching and assessment and suggest three measures that can be implemented to overcome these barriers.
Review media segment in which three early childhood professionals discuss their thoughts and experiences in working with children and their families who are immigrants. Which comments and insights from the media segment resonated with you the most? Bring to mind the course text reading and the ideas shared throughout Chapter 5. Also consider what you have… Continue reading How might these aspects be revealed in the context of an authentic transnational family?
Once the need for change has been identified and planning begins to enact it, educational and community leaders must apply strategies for successful implementation. As Fullan (2016) notes, proposed change is often made more complicated than it needs to be, and the most effective approach requires that, among other factors, strategies should be focused, memorable,… Continue reading What strategy would most effectively support the changes involved?
The safety of a young child should be paramount for teachers. This is especially important for teachers of children in a birth to age 3 setting. Creating safe learning environments and monitoring for unsafe situations, both within and outside of the early learning setting, should be a teacher’s top priority. For this field experience, select… Continue reading What safety regulation and issues must be addressed in a childcare setting?
How can I conduct a literature review on a particular developmental disability. Describe the etiology, epidemiology, course, diagnostic and assessment procedures, interventions, challenges, strengths, community support programs, societal views, cultural issues? 10 pages 8 articles from peer-reviewed journals How can the information researched and obtained will assist them in their current or future work in… Continue reading How can I conduct a literature review on a particular developmental disability.
Topic: The use of standardized tests Find a research study on the topic you selected (above) Critique the study. What does it say about the topic? Does it provide valuable information? Does it raise any new questions about the topic or provide ideas for future research?
In what ways can teachers support and teach very young children to engage in safe behavior? How can teachers teach children to engage with strangers and in public in safe ways? ( 150 words please)
Assessment Description Oral language forms the foundation of reading comprehension and affects our understanding of the symbol systems that are used for reading and writing. Teachers have opportunities to promote reading and writing through various activities that involve oral language such as group activities that engage students in conversations about what they read and write.… Continue reading Describe at least two communicative strategies that can be used to develop Raymond’s reading skills.
Why is it important for teachers to communicate concerns to parents regarding the safety of very young children in a respectful and supportive manner? How does communicating concerns address the need for educators to serve as advocates? ( 150 words)