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    study from EDUCASE, a nonprofit organization for benefitting higher education through information technology, shows that in a traditional lecture, however, students cannot think deeply about the given problem because they often try to absorb what the teacher said instead of how to come up with the notion. Plus, they sometimes miss significant points while they are trying to transcribe the instructor’s words or to write them down. On the other hand, students are in charge of the lecture with the…

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    A student goes to his room to complete a homework assignment assigned by his math teacher. But when he begins to dig through his backpack to find this homework assignment, he finds the other assignment from his math teacher and the other four assignments he had also forgotten about. The student is immediately overcome with a surge of anger due to stress and never seeing an ending to the long tunnel of homework. Just then his father walks in and the child snaps at him. Excessive amounts of…

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    I am going to make a controversial statement about education, I think it 's extremely important. Not just for the kids of today to become educated adults of the future or to help their future prospects, while those are admirable goals I think it 's important for we who are old and jaded as well. Education is an ongoing ever evolving process, one we should not stop. I know for me education was a multifaceted process, very little coming from the classroom. Most of it came from hands on…

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    experience of college, considering the time teachers have given up to just get them through high school with the everyday lessons and countless homework assignments, these are the students that usually tend to say they forgot to hand in or just plain didn’t do it just because. There are usually categories that represent students based on work ethic shown in class, overseen by the teacher and this is the connection that starts a four year relationship with new teachers. The student has this…

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    train 1,000 teachers, and have 10,000 students in their scholarship program (Pencils of Promise Is). Their teacher support program is for those who want to donate to help PoP support their teachers. They have a website so one can donate money for the teachers in these countries. They also have a program for these teachers called “teacher training”. The training program consists of one-on-one coaching sessions (Help). The training program was developed because of under-trained teachers in Ghana,…

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    reconsider “grit”, which is the diligence and passion for long-term goals. Besides, cognitive ability cannot lead to student success, but personal qualities can do it. Personal qualities are usually approached by performance tasks, self-report, and teacher-report questionnaires. Even though questionnaires are dependable and quick in many cases, performance tasks still are…

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    challenging than my classmates or the fact that my teacher was making me learn a whole new language. I even asked my parents what was so important about learning another language if my vocabulary was much more extensive in Spanish, it was the language in which I’ve done most of my reading and writing. They told me that it’s crucial for me to learn English because it’s obviously the most widely spoken language in the world. Time passed and our teacher would eventually have new lessons everyday so…

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    and professional development. She said that small classes are an advantage and allow her to do many things that would be possible (or as easy) if it were a large class. Also she enjoys that she gets to know each student on a personal level. The teacher across the hall (who is also a mentor) and my mentor work closely every day. They are constantly back and forth before school begins talking about the day. They even switch classrooms sometimes since my mentor has more technology in her room (she…

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    NaaBorle Sackeyfio My Philosophy Teachers are here to facilitate learning by creating a safe and healthy, nonjudgmental, enriching classroom that encourages positive cognitive, physical and social-emotional development. The basis of my philosophy is derived from Piaget’s constructivism, Waldorf education, emotional responsive approach and best practices in child care. Children learn best in environments that are designed for exploration, creativity, openness and self-expression. The balance…

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    A very important part of the world 's greatest debate is whether or not art is a necessary subject to have in schools around the world. There are groups of people that tend to believe that art, music, dance, drama, and theater are a waste of time and do not teach you anything or lead to higher test scores, or IQ levels. Then there are the groups that believe classes which are considered extra curricular classes, such as art, are the classes that lead to higher test scores and greater IQ levels.…

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