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  • Discipline Methods for Elementary School Students

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    had just finished setting up her classroom for the new school year. This would be her second year teaching at Southern Maryland Elementary School. Last year she had problems getting the children to listen to her and cooperate. The current school disciplinary method was different in each classroom. After a teacher felt that he or she could not handle a student anymore, they would be sent to the principal's office. For serious offenses, the student would be suspended or even expelled. She did not want

  • Physical Education for Elementary School Students

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    Tasks o Number of students : 19 o Fundamental skill to be taught: Throwing and Catching o Cues: a. Underhand throwing: “eye on target, arm way back, step, and extend to the target.” (Hastie, 2012,6.3) b. Catching cues: “keep your eye on the ball, extend your arms toward the ball, bring the ball into your body.” (Hastie, 2012,6.3) o State standard (see the list of NASPE standards and indicate which state): a. State: Texas b. Standard: “Knowledge and skills, Movement. The student demonstrates competency

  • The Importance Of Cultural Diversity On Elementary School Students

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    on Elementary school students (Burt, 2013). Attending a school with a diverse student population can help prepare children for citizenship in a multicultural democracy (Morrissey, 2014). America is known as the melting pot because of the immigration of people who entered the country in search for a more stable life. Immigrants brought their own unique cultures with them. Census Bureau predicts that by 2100, the minority population will be the majority. Students who are enrolled in elementary schools

  • Factors Affecting Elementary School Students’ Participation in Sports

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    baseball coach in high school for the last 15 years, I have noticed a steady decline in students’ ability and desire to play baseball. When I was growing up, my friends and I would spend hours playing sports for little leagues and for our schools, and there were lots of kids playing and competing. When I first started coaching baseball, it was not uncommon for 100 students to come and try out for baseb... ... middle of paper ... active research in my sport at my high school and hopefully I can

  • An Example of An Individual Education Plan for an Elementary School Student

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    Individualized goal bank includes examples of goals for students in an elementary school class of students with Mild Intellectual Developmental Disabilities. Some students have secondary disabilities and require the services of a Speech and Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist and/or Physical Therapist.: Pre-academic: 1. The student, when presented with object and/or pictures, will match by color, shape and/or design, with 80% accuracy by date. 2. The student, when presented with letters, numbers and/or

  • Decreasing Class Size Enhances the Performance in Elementary School Students

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    Decreasing Class Size Enhances the Performance in Elementary School Students Decreasing class size enhances the performance in elementary school students. In the studies that SAGE has done, their students appeared to have “a significant achievement advantage” in all areas (Study confirms, 2001). By the end of third grade, students in smaller classes seem to read more effectively and independently (Class Size Reduction, 2001). The advantages of smaller classes are also shown between races and

  • Elementary School Students’ Lives versus Second Amendment Rights

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    The Safe Communities, Safe Schools Act of 2013, introduced March 21, 2013 was a reaction to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that had occurred on December 14 the year prior. The horrific mass murder at the School in Newtown, Connecticut resulted in twenty children and six adult dead, leaving the entire country in horror and shock. In the wake of this tragedy, there was a fierce public outcry to curb gun violence. The shooter, 20 year old Adam Lanza, known for having a history of mental health

  • Transition from Elementary to Middle School

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    lifetime that can be stressful. They face their first transition from home to school, elementary to middle school, middle to high school, and high school to college or work (Schumacher, 1998). However, the transition from elementary to middle school seems to be harder for adolescents due to the personal changes of puberty. Research suggests that roles, expectations, and responsibilities are the primary concerns of students (Akos, 2002). In order to make this transition easier, programs such as “blocking

  • A High School Diploma

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    the utmost importance, as “for children of color, the absence of a high school diploma did more than relegate someone to the economic margins of society […] By the time they reach their early thirties, 52 percent of young, male, African American high school dropouts have spent some time in jail or prison” (Pettit & Western, 2003). The extension of the connections of these early discipline patterns seen in elementary schools to the prison system makes it important to have an analysis of different

  • I Want To Be A Teacher

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    always bring home books and papers that we no longer used in class, and I would play “school” with my little sister. I want to be like my teachers that have encouraged me to strive for the things I want, so I can do the same for other children. Another reason I want to be a teacher is so I can have my own classroom and decorate it the way I want and set my own rules. I want to be a good role model for the students as well. Being a teacher seems really fun, and I look forward to doing that. From colonial