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  • Reflective Essay On Pursuing A Career In Primary Teaching

    the importance of seeing a child as an individual but also ensuring that they are included within the school community and as a valuable part to their class. It is very important to me to be able to include my philosophy in within my own class and to promote it within my teaching. My PCGE in primary teaching was undertaken at Bath Spa University. The course has provided me with training of the new National Curriculum and I have also specialised in the early year’s route covering children age’s three to seven. Although I have specialised in early years I am willing to teach across all age phases. I have been on two placements one at St Anne’s CE primary school in a reception class covering the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and the second being Key Stage 1 based in Wick CE primary school in a Year 2 class. With both these schools being a Church of England school and having attended a catholic school when I was younger, I have a good understanding of how faith school incorporate their beliefs into the curriculum and the wider community of the school. My time in school has not only developed my philosophy but has also made me aware of the value of community within school. The schools I have been on placement both have strong links with the communities they provide for and I have been lucky enough to work with parent helpers as well as being given the opportunity to teach my Year 2 class and their parents on a science morning. Having planned lots of investigation the…

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  • Intervention Reflection

    During my work as a Teaching Assistant, my role involved teaching intervention and booster lessons in both Key Stage 1 and 2. Interventions are essential in targeting areas where children are having difficulties that are effecting their work in class and effecting their ability to progress and meet curriculum expectations, whilst early intervention is important when considering a child’s future progress. Working in Year 6, I provided booster lessons in Maths and English, which had a positive…

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  • Precision Teaching Case Study

    Study 'The value of precision teaching lies in identifying a subject area in which the child is failing to progress, followed by a daily session of teaching, fluency building, monitoring and evaluating progress in order to optimise learning . '(Lindsley, 1992). The context and aims of this Case Study This Case Study was chosen to evaluate and reflect upon the effectiveness of the Intervention of Precision Teaching in Key Stage 2. The aim of this Case Study is to determine the effectiveness of…

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  • The Importance Of The English Training Framework

    They are non-public schools and can be extremely costly in London, in normal (contingent upon area) from £50/day to £120/day. When you have booked particular days every week (from 1 to 5) it is unrealistic to change them (you might have the capacity to swap days on particular event with an expense) and it is normal that you will pay the nursery 12 months a year (notwithstanding when your youngster is on vacation or wiped out). You can stop the nursery with a 1 to 3 months notice. Time for…

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  • The Importance Of Physics In Secondary Science Education

    1500 words drawing and reflecting upon your experiences, relate these to at least two of the themes addressed in the module. Assess and evaluate the role that your chosen themes have on students and the teaching and learning of physics in secondary schools. How important is the role that they play and what are the key lessons for teachers in considering these areas in the future. Physics in high school is important as it develops pupils’ general understanding of the world around them (Millar &…

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  • D1 Unit 3 Child Care Analysis

    Throughout my assignment, I am going to be exploring the ways in which practitioners in child care settings can influence children by working in partnership with families, multi-agencies and more than one team. I will be covering the key issues when working in partnership, as well as theories, approaches, legislations and how that impacts upon professional practice. D1: There are many key issues that are important for practitioners, parents and agencies to consider in regards to working in…

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  • Yoga Exercise

    Research Article Manincor et al.. (2015). Establishing key components of yoga interventions for reducing depression and anxiety, and improving well-being: a Delphi method study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 15(85), Retrieved 20 March, 2016, from http://ezproxy.csu.edu.au/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rzh&AN=103801563&site=ehost-live Self-Evaluation The initial stages of the recording presented…

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  • Reflection In Professor Zack's Media Production Class

    focus on someone or something involving a lock and a key while expressing an emotion. This project wasn’t a solo project, but instead involved working with one other person. The lock and key could be metaphoric or literal and from that concept we had to tell a story in twelve to fifteen shots. Our idea was to convey a young musician finding the right “key” on his guitar and “unlock” the excitement (which was our assigned emotion) inside of him. I believe the project turned out successfully in…

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  • PFS Project Proposal

    Score Matching (PSM) provides the service providers with constructive and experimental methodologies for evaluating impact of the Professional Training Corps (PTCs). Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) identified in such trials can help evaluate the effectiveness of the courses more effectively, especially considering the heterogeneous nature of the population. • PFS projects are multi-year, multi-party performance based contract and, hence, are required to be treated as such. The construction…

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  • Importance Of Security For Homeowners

    homeowner. There are many ways through which you can optimize the security of your home. Some of those ways include: installing electric gates in your home, fencing and so on. Did you know that keyless entry locks can help in optimizing the security of your home? Most homeowners have installed these locks in their homes. You will realize that burglars normally have evil motives of stealing your valued possessions. This is the reason why you should not compromise the security of your home. If you…

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