Educational Implications

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  • Learning Theories and Implications for Educational Technology

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    Learning Theories and Implications for Educational Technology Abstract The theories of Vygotsky, Gardner, and Gagne present vary different models of learning. Vygotsky and Gardner see culture as an important factor in how a child learns, and see growth and development and individual thing. Gagne, however, focuses on a formal model of instruction, with the method used depending upon the content being taught. All three theories have a role to play in educational technology. Learning Theories

  • Educational Implications for Heidegger's Views On Poetry And Thinking

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    Educational Implications for Heidegger's Views On Poetry And Thinking ABSTRACT: I discuss some of the educational implications emerging from Heidegger's views on poetry, thinking, and language. Specifically, Heidegger's views on the neighborhood between poetry and thinking suggest that most accepted methods of teaching poetry are in error, because they ignore this neighboring relation. The importance of this relation is presented and clarified. I then discuss the implications of Heidegger's

  • Educational Implications for Students with ADHD, Overt, and Covert

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    physical disruptions in class. Impulsivity may lead to careless errors, responding to questions without fully formulating the best answers, and only attending to activities that entertaining or novel. Teachers can help improve the student’s educational experience through strategies and interventions. The following is a short list the teacher may try using: • Work on the most difficult concepts in the morning • Use task analysis • Vary the pace and type of activity • Seat student way from

  • Classroom Management: A Critical Part Of Educational Psychology, With Implications For Teacher Education

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    11/29/16, p. 404). What they mean by that is a teacher has to be organized and have a schedule of activities that will be followed by the students. If the students have a plan to follow, then there will be no time for misconduct. An educator, educational speaker, and author Harry Wong has stated: “The number one problem in the classroom is not discipline; it is the lack of procedures and routines.” Classroom management is made up of many components; it is best to find what works the best for the

  • Analysis Of Vygotsky's Sociocultural Learning Theory

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    comprehensive nature of sociocultural theory, its educational implications for assessment, curriculum, and instruction are numerous. When considering theory to practice with regards to the sociocultural theory, the notion of zones of proximal development (ZPD) must be recognized. ZPD is a teaching tool that aids students to progress educationally beyond what he or she could do by themselves. ZPD also has a prominent place in the goals of educational assessment. When teachers create assessments they

  • Wartenberg V. Capistrano Unified School Case Study

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    One of the legal implications in the case of Wartenberg v. Capistrano Unified School District (1995) was that the Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) federal law was being violated (west Law, 1995). Since the court found the district in violation of FAPE, it also meant that the services being provided in the IEP were not appropriate. Jeremy continued to struggle in school, and despite initial modifications being made, the last addendum to the IEP stated fewer services and no supplemental

  • The Influence Of Transformational Leadership In Educational Leadership

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    leadership, perceived leader effectiveness and teachers ' job satisfaction. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(4), 528-509. Research problem, questions, or hypotheses Even though there is evidence suggesting that transformational leadership positively affects specific educational outcomes, there is limited systematic research that has been undertaken to study the link that transformational leadership has with educational outcomes. With the significance attached to the role that transformational leadership

  • 504 Case Study

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    A1. Curricular Implication of Section 504 The Section 504 Rehabilitation Act of 1973 was designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities and who do not fall under or qualify for special education services. For example, a student that is perfectly capable of meeting all curricular requirements on assessments and assignments but cannot hear very well will fall under the 504 act. They will not necessarily meet the special education qualifications of the IDEA. Therefore, they will not be

  • Are High School Exit Exams a By-Product of Institutionalized Discrimination? A Review of the Literature

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    School Exit Exams a By-Product of Institutionalized Discrimination? A Review of the Literature Abstract Psychologists use different methods of research and resulting data to formulate criterion for educational testing. While standardized tests attempt to measure the cognitive ability of students, it is perceived that these tests are cultural biased and do not adequately show the learning style of minority students. In the past few years high

  • Filipino Youth Essay

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    This paper shows that the low level of educational outcomes of Filipino youths cannot be accounted solely from their mothers’ migration experiences through the LCP. Other factors such as the modes of incorporation, their family structure, and the way these youth sees themselves as Filipino-Canadian affect their motivation, self-esteem, and aspiration to study in a university and higher education setting. While these youths are the same ones left behind in the Philippines during the period of family