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    James River Case Study

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    General Proficiencies: March 2013 – July 2015 • Inspired, guided and encouraged team members to meet project goals by coordinated activities to accomplish research goals, and group presentations • Participated in a NSF-OCE study that led to the advisement of a new potential indicator for a hazard in the James River system. • Promoted peers adherence to specified project goals from administration, in addition to providing findings/adaptations to the supervisor for consideration. •…

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    How will future developments in technology help improve intelligence and academic performance of students in grade school and college? Introduction A study done in Chicago, Illinois, required third graders and adults to play a version of the n-back game testing memory. Researchers noticed that as a result, not only long-term and working memory had improved, but also other cognitive abilities such as fluid intelligence. While long-term memory is information you remember and store in your mind,…

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    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.0 INTRODUCTION There exists many definitions for what distance learning or distance education Teaster and Blieszner (1999) say “the term distance learning has been applied to many instructional methods: however, its primary distinction is that the teacher and the learner are separate in space and possibly time”. The most thorough definition was proposed by Desmond Keegan (1995) a leading expert in distance education. Keegan espouses that “Distance education and…

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    was done with Craig fellow classmates when he was 12. That principle of youth involvement is still a prevailing factor in the organizations operations. Through a program called WE Schools hosted in educational institutions in North America…

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    special need transportation? As per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) in the United States, every schools should provide education to all the eligible students with disabilities. Along with educational needs, the students with special needs also require proper facility that ensure safe transportation. Nevertheless, while developing training materials for drivers and…

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    There are several factors in a child’s life that can prohibit them from understanding a certain concept. These factors can stem from cultural differences to children living in low-income housing areas, or to children with physical and mental disabilities or handicaps. It is vital for teachers to be sensitive and aware of how to handle students of diversity. Music is a great way to help ease the diversity strain. One way to help is for teachers to get to know their students. Simply knowing their…

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    Inclusive practice Is an approach to teaching that recognises the diversity of students, enabling all students to access course content, fully participate in learning activities and demonstrate their knowledge and strengths at assessment. Inclusive practices include .. • Being approachable, welcoming and genuinely interested. • A setting having adaptive policies and procedures ie. a system exists where policies and procedures of a setting can be updated to ensure they enable inclusion. • Having…

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    “Community Progress: Developments in Community Organization”, Laroy Bowman talks about the movement to make change in the schools and the communities as a whole. Within the movement it is desired to aid the movement toward a wider use of school facilities. Also, to learn about communities and schools and practice solving the problems that are common between the two. They wanted to make the school and communities one, instead of having to separate organizations. The relation of the movement…

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    Greeting Message Paper

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    my newsletter was better because it was more eye-catching. It made the theme in the classroom look more fun. I think the newsletter could have improved on letting the parents know what the kids are learning about in class. It doesn’t show much educational information for the parents to go home and…

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    Prime examples of why we cut out the arts programs in America, economic decisions such as layering the budgets so thin that it leaves no room for the arts programs. “According to a May 28th article published by The Atlantic titled, "The Country's Cultural Capital Has a Big Arts-Education Problem," low income areas in NYC look to cut out art education because of tight budgets”(ArtSchools.com). If we leave the decision making of school budgets up to the politician it is obvious they will choose to…

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