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Teaching Experience Reflection

There are always great rewards that come with teaching. Having the experience to teach anyone is self-gratifying. I was presented with a great opportunity of teaching English as a Second Language students. The experience undoubtedly opened up my eyes to the challenges as well as the benefits of teaching adults....

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A Memoir about an Influential Teacher

I have had good teachers and bad teachers in my life, but Mr. Czakowski stands out as a teacher who made the greatest impact on me as a student and as a person. Mr. C. was not perfect. In fact, they often strayed from their lesson plan. We were often...

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The Policy Implementation Analysis and Recommendation Draft

Implementation Issues Associated with the Finish Education SystemPolitical Feasibility The children in New Zealand are the main stakeholders of education together with parents, government, and taxpayers. The Finnish system of education offers complete free education, learning material, and food for the children at basic levels. If implemented in New Zealand,...

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Geneva Gay: Culturally Responsive Teaching

Throughout time, there have been many individuals that have made significantly positive contributions to the way education is structured and delivered. One of those individuals is Professor Geneva Gay, who has displayed a strong focus on culturally responsive teaching. She has unearthed many revelations and ideas on how to cater...

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Week Six Intervention Protocol

The intervention protocol for the proposed study involves a planned community intervention including educational sessions regarding the disease, meal planning tips, and a community garden. Those within the community who are able to “purchase” food from the community garden will essentially be donating to the project. Others will help through...

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Comparative Analysis of Townsend’s and Lasley’s Articles on Value Education

Value education is vital within the school system because it offers students critical elements for cultural survival and a sense of duty to the society. However, Townsend and Lasley hold opposing positions since on one hand; Lasley (1) asserts that schools are providing proper value education to their students, while...

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Common Core Standards

What are Common Core Standards?Common Core Standards are academic benchmarks that essentially define how much knowledge and skills students have gained throughout their educational career. This knowledge and skill set obtained will assist them in their journey in college and in life. The standards were developed by the Council of...

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Teaching Reading To Diverse Learners

Due to the diversity of learners regarding cognitive, affective, and psychomotor, some of them tend to learn slower than others. In this context, it is the responsibility of the teacher to help them to be at the same point. Teachers should help students who are falling back by employing reading...

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Traditional teaching vs. Progressive teaching

With the ever-changing times and changes happening with people with every single passing decade, the debate regarding traditional and progressive teaching methods becomes more and more prominent. There will probably be never a unified opinion regarding the necessity for new teaching strategies and methods. There will never be a consensus...

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Digital Storytelling: Lessons Learned for Effective Teaching

The art of storytelling has existed for long. Consequently, the means of telling stories have evolved with time from oral stories, scribes, newspapers, television and most recently, the internet. Currently, digital storytelling blends technology with tradition thus allowing pupils to narrate stories through text and media (Keengwe and Onchwari, 2009)....

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My Definition of “Well-Educated”

Dewey’s suggested that “an educated person is one who has gained the power of reflective attention, the power to hold problems, questions, before the mind” (Kohn, 3). I agree, do you? I believe that we all start learning from the moment of our birth. The foundations we build throughout our...

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Suggestions for Teacher Research regarding Learning Styles

Learning styles, as an educational term, refer to the individual differences regarding instructional or study models and their effectiveness (Pashler et al., 2008). From the paradigm proposed by those who advocate for an education centered on the individual differences, optimal instruction requires a thorough diagnosis of the student to tailor...

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Why Teaching? Statement of Educational Purpose

Of all the questions I am commonly given “But why teaching?” is the most frequent. Certainly there are many reasons for individuals to ponder why one would choose to make education one’s life’s work; teachers are often overworked and underpaid in comparison with other professions, the content that teachers are...

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Improving Students’ Motivation

IntroductionMotivation is an extremely important intrinsic force that allows people to work towards specific goals, improve their performance and satisfy their needs (Burns, 2008, p.120). Its impact on human behavior is so significant that scientists have recently associated a variety of detrimental symptoms such as debilitating laziness and apathy with...

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Career Goals In Writing, Early Childhood Education and Special Needs Education

Throughout the process of pursuing my Ph.D., there are three goals in mind relevant to the nature of international development work. These three goals, I feel, are attainable and with the assistance of my Ph.D. I can receive the knowledge to turn these goals into achievements. The goals are to...

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Mentoring in Educational Leadership

For more than 30 years scholars have been studying the processes used in adopting new innovations. The two famous adoption models are (Rogers’ 1995) Diffusion of Innovations and Hall and (Hord’s 1987) Change in Schools. However, these models come with their limitations;Learning system are not an independent communal organization. The...

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Critical Issues and Current Problems, as Well as Possible Solutions, for Foreign Language Education

Since the late 1960s, scholarly interest into how second languages are acquired has been consistently in evidence (Ellis, 2005, p. 210), just as the emphasis on cultural diversity in more recent decades has fueled a far greater motivation in acquiring foreign languages. As globalization eliminates barriers between cultures, the learning...

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