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    Role Play Research Paper

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    She learns those norms through active social interactions and conversations. During role play, your little one is exploring new social roles and figuring out ways to boost social interactions. She learns to practice sharing, take turns, listen to others and compromise sometimes. In addition…

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    The self-directed learning is defined as a learning style where a student moves around the learning material without assistance to achieve desired goals. An example is online students having no face-to-face contact with their tutor. The essential areas of self-directed learning involved the activities of self-motivation, self-planning, self-monitoring self-reflection and self- evaluation of their learning. The student takes own initiatives to identify the condition of their learning outcomes.…

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    Higher Level Thinking

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    In traditional group learning, students work in groups with no attention paid to group functioning. In contrast, group work in cooperative learning is systematically prepared, structured, and monitored. Research shows that cooperative learning has numerous positive outcomes. At the academic level, it promotes essential thinking strategies such as problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and creative thinking.In addition, the mechanisms of Kagan cooperative learning…

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    points of the questions. For example, you had to describe the essential aspects of a self-directed, intrinsically motivated and active learner for the first question but you described the aspects of a self directed learner only. You described a self-directed learner elaborately so it seemed you missed out on reading about intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Please read the learning guide and reading assignment thoroughly to make sure you do not miss anything out later. Also, you missed out the…

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    Behaviorism Theory Essay

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    present the current focus on teaching mathematics concentrates on acknowledging that learning is acquired by students constructing on previous experiences as they seek out meaning and make mental connections in a ‘hands on’ environment (Anghileri, 2006). Subsequently, to empower students with the confidence and initiative to problem solve effectively in tomorrow’s world, constructivism is best suited to learning…

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    but they did not teach us how to manage the students. After speaking with my coaching teacher and the other teachers that are part of the fifth grade team, I believe that class management is one of the most important aspect to maintaining a good learning environment. I found that if certain class management issues were not handled during the first few days of school, these issues would grow to be more difficult to handle later. One teacher specifically told me that she began the year with a…

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    they need to learn about the power of choice along with taking ownership of their actions to help them deal with these changes. Holding students accountable for their own actions teaches them to have better self-control and helps create a safer learning environment. If the students can control their own actions and practice self-discipline, then I will not have to attempt to control the students. My classroom management policy will help guide the students’ behavior to align with my…

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    feel, but how you carry yourself and giving someone confidence that didn't have it before is very important because now the person can start believing in themselves and start setting examples for other young people. Another thing that being physical active does is that it motivates kids and gives them determination. Seeing professional sports on TV, kids look up to those super stars and hope to one day, be like them. Working and striving hard to become good at something takes dedication and…

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    1. What is verbal learning and what was Ebbinghaus trying to show with his experiments? Verbal learning is the process of learning and memorizing lists of words as well as the processes of retention and acquisition of the overall learning process. However, verbal learning also applies to the learning of faces, pictures, sounds, sequencing, odors, location, and other variables outside of simply a list of words. It is an active process of learning where the subject engages with the list they…

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    My Research Skills

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    that vocabulary and grammar are two very affective sides to it. With grammar I have learned when to end a sentence. Working on grammar for my writing also allowed me to learn, when the time came for me to use punctuation and extend the sentence. In learning of vocabulary in this course I managed to learn of how using a short range of words through the assignment may be a bad thing in making someone fill constrained within the repetitiveness. From this course it has also become clear to me just…

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