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  • The Importance Of Diversity Into The Classroom

    Faculty and staff of Trion High School, Our world is continually changing and becoming more diverse each and every schoolyear. The demographics of our community show up to our schools, and we must create paths to accomodate their differences into our classrooms. We are currently facing an entourage of hispanic , autistic, and low socioeconomic students entering our school system. It is our job to effectively teach them at the same level that we teach kids that we can closely identify with.…

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  • Special Education Case Study Summary

    Strengths: Madison likes to help others. She enjoys teaching others tasks. Current Grades: Math 72%, Seminar 100%, Human Development 93%, SLA 83%, Botany 82% Team Sports 100%, Teen Issues 92%. Physical Health: No concerns noted by mother. Passed screenings at school. Social Skills: Madison works hard for her grades, but she does not want others to know that she needs support. Madison would rather earn a lower grade in a class rather than let others know that she needs support. Not…

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  • Malpractice Case: Alterations In The Emergency Department

    This time her vital signs were absent, her skin was warm without mottling, and the pupils of the eye were dilated but reacted slowly to light. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation was instituted without success, and Cindy Black was pronounced dead. Departure from professional standards of nursing care: In every nursing malpractice case the defendant nurse's conduct is measured against that of a reasonably prudent nurse under the same or similar circumstances. Departure from the professional standards…

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  • From My Friend Ro Vargo Analysis

    Theory While reading “From My Friend, Ro Vargo” you will notice that it is about a girl that had special needs that is in a normal classroom setting. Recalling the story, it goes through the ups and downs of having a girl named Ro placed in a normal classroom setting. As well as the choices that her parents had to make by putting her in a mainstream classroom. As you read the story, Ro’s parents talk about the challenges that their daughter had to face and not just at school but at home with her…

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  • Special Education Scholarship Essay

    Shannan Campbell 9292-4164 College of Education Scholarship Essay Upon graduating high school, I was unfortunate enough to not have any idea what I wanted to do with my life. I moved from Florida to Massachusetts and began studying Biomedical Engineering at Wheaton College, primarily because my father thought that would be “a cool thing to study.” I was unsure of myself and unhappy with my major, and seemed to have no goals for my future career. When I thought about my future, my thoughts fell…

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  • Essay On Artificial Intelligence

    In recent history, plenty of people have discussed a specific term. That term is an AI or Artificial Intelligence. Over the years, Hollywood has been using this topic to make movies. So what is Artificial Intelligence? Merriam-Webster states that, “Artificial Intelligence is a branch of computer science which simulates the intelligent behavior in computers”. This means that an artificially intelligent machine behaves like a human being. According to Britannica, Alan Turing, a British…

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  • Analysis Of Tobermory By Lewis Hayes

    In the editing notes for Tobermory by Lewis Hayes, you have successfully set up your characters and location from the first few scenes. However, I have a couple of concerns with the writing (repetition, grammar, readability), format (scene breakdown style), structure (montage, scene selection, conflict), and scenes (repetition, formatting). There is a suitable structure and the narrative flows in appropriate sequential order. The tone of your film upon initial read is engaging. Appropriate…

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  • 2.1 Explain The Difference Between Inclusive Teaching And Learning

    Inclusive Education: To start off, I will touch on inclusive education. We have children whom have special needs which can be internal or external reasons, for barriers to learning. Therefore inclusive education means that every single child and learner has the right and must be accepted into the main stream of education. This would also include elder learners whom have not completed their education and so wish to come back to school to learn and finish what they have or haven’t started.…

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  • English Language Learners And Response To Referral Considerations: Article Analysis

    This article entitled, “English Language Learners and Response to Intervention: Referral Considerations” is about how to assess whether or not an ELL student has a learning disability or just an English proficiency problem. It starts out with information about a response to intervention model and the steps needed to take to ensure that these students are properly assessed. The RTI model integrates a multitier preventive instructional system that uses evidence-based data to make a decision of…

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  • Adversity And The Importance Of Diversity In The Classroom

    I have always agreed with saying that states, “it takes a village to raise a child.” I believe everyone on campus should contribute to the creation of a supportive learning environment which inclusive of all students. Ginsberg (2005) found that in order to establish inclusion students and teachers must feel both respected and linked to one another. On my campus I have taken a leadership role by participating on the Differentiated Instruction committee for the last three years. This committee…

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