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    because they relate to the Active Learning and that is exactly what is needed in this type of situation. The knowledge that needs to be learned and developed to allow faculty to become a part of administration needs to cover a broad range of topics and cannot be simply learned as if the tasks are routine. This training will require adaptive expertise, the ability to use knowledge and skills across a range of tasks, settings and situations. With that being said the Active learning approach should…

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    Active Learning 1 Environment Communities The catholic faith is big part of my community. Many people in my community are brought up catholic and go to church every weekend. For me, I learned my values from the catholic faith. I also feel that supporting the local schools are very important in my community. For example, many people go to the high school football games and the events that are put on the music program. I feel like my community is close knit because when you go to an event you…

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    same. Active learning environments can be implemented into schools to help us solve this problem. These environments that teach 21st century skills more than facts and figures should be implemented into our schools more because they will make it easier for kids to succeed in school, they will help our children survive in the real world, and because the United States is lagging behind other countries in educational standards. The first reason why our kids should be learning in active learning…

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    the benefits of active learning and freshman seminar on retention, more evaluations and longer time frames are needed (Dabbour, 1997; Howard & Jones, 2000; Black et al., 2016). Only having a few weeks, it’s hard to determine which factors are actually having an effect. For the freshman seminar courses, Howard and Jones (2000) and Black et al. (2016) found that for a more accurate representation of retention, further research should be done on individual majors. Active learning and freshman…

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    out the classroom, teachers should monitor the amount of mobile technology in the classroom, because mobile technology makes it easy to look up answer for assignments and test on the internet, and it takes their intelligence away because no one is learning the material or gaining skills. Technology helps Students and teachers in the classroom because as we sail through the 21st century, technology in the classroom are becoming more predominant and teachers should use technology in the classroom…

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    I believe the biggest hurdle to connecting with secondary level students is getting them interested in the lesson’s learning objectives, to do this I want to know as much as possible about them in order to attempt to relate their lives to the subject matter. What three (3) things do you most want to know about your students? I think it’s critical to make connections…

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    Regardless, everyone is working to achieve their goal by providing the homeless and families with food and clothing. Reference Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (2015). Learning & Development using the sages of Team Development. Retrieved from http://hrweb.mit.edu/learning-development/learning-topics/teams/articles/stages-development University of Pittsburg, (2015). Communication Behaviors for Effective Group Work. Retrieved from http://www.speakingpitt.edu University of…

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    Active listening includes paying attention to the person speaking, staying focused, acknowledging the message, and suspending judgment. Keeping eye contact and giving undivided attention to the speaker shows that one is paying attention and staying focused. By nodding one’s head in agreement or giving verbal cues acknowledges the message and also shows engagement in the conversation; nodding also encourages the speaker to continue speaking. Body language is important in active listening…

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    approached the doorstep of my patient one can understand my feelings of nervousness, apprehension and insecurity. However, I was also greatly excited to meet a “real” patient for the first time, especially after spending the majority of the first term learning all about the science with only a few fabricated case studies to provide clinical context. Upon greeting my patient all my feelings of anxiety disappeared and he seemed incredibly friendly and open. Once we started talking I attempted to…

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    Reflective Listening Essay

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    This time gave me an opportunity to undertake reflective listening through active listening which according to Rogers (1975) in his “client-centered” therapy argues that it encourages the client to share the information in more depth than if I was only asking directive questions. This enabled me to gain information when the client brought out the underlying issues including those that I had not thought about. The active listening also improved my relationship with the client since I was able to…

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