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  • Too Much Technology Is Better Than Writing By Hand Essay

    writing by hand helps students remember the material and the use of technology can affect the way students learn and live, younger children benefit from writing, and researchers have proven that students test better by writing their notes makes textbooks and paper/pencils the better option. Writing notes helps students remember the material better than typing notes. For example, a study has proven that using pen and paper to take notes instead of a laptop boosts memory and the ability to retain and understand concepts (Borreli 1). In other words, writing notes helps students remember and understand the material. If, writing notes helps students remember the material, then schools should still be using paper and pencil. According to Borreli, since writing by hand takes…

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  • Reflection On Assessment Strategies

    This course addressed different assessment strategies, both formative and summative, to help me evaluate what students have learned in my classroom. The standard paper/pencil test to assess student learning is no longer the norm. There are various ways I can assess a student’s learning that will not take a lot of time or planning. Today’s advances in technology provide me with a broad range of different strategies. Proposition 1: Teachers are committed to students and their learning. Indicator…

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  • Literary Influence On Literacy

    I didn’t have a computer or any digital technologies that I have today. I got my first computer during middle school and before that I had always used my favorite pencil and paper. Every day I would come back from school and start writing in my journal. I would talk about all the experiences and adventures I encountered in school that day. My journal was very precious to me because I enjoyed writing about my day or what my goals were at the time. As I grew older, I started to dislike reading…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Three Harmon Children

    have had an afterschool snack and have settled into the family living room with their laptops, phones and tablets. Two of the three children lay on the overstuffed leather sectional while the other relaxes in Dad's recliner. I sat in a rocking chair nearby taking notes on my observations. Little conversation is spoken between the three. Mostly a "done with math," "done with history", or a loud laugh is blurted occasionally during the hour I observed. I couldn’t help but to notice I was the…

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  • Personal Narrative-Angevine Middle School

    James did not look up. Mark began talking loud, Grace walked over to him and said, “Please be respectful of the other dreamers.” Chris then said, “How much longer Miss [Grace]?” Grace said, “15 more minutes and then we can play 8 Ball Pool.” Chris said, “10 more minutes?” Grace said, “14 minutes.” Mark said, “I think 12 would work?” Grace agreed, “Ok 12 more minutes and then we can do classroom bounding.” I looked at James who was looking at Chris and said, “Let’s try to read two more…

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  • Personal Narrative: My English Composition Class

    In the beginning of my first college course semester, I had no idea what my professor meant when she referred to brainstorming. I did however research what brainstorming consisted of. I feel as if I have grown a great deal in my abilities to get my ideas from my thoughts on to actual paper. I honestly have never been challenged as much as I have in the English composition class. In my first essay about world events, I completely drew a blank as to what I should write about. I could not even…

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  • Personal Narrative: Howland High School

    Staring at the frozen clock, as time stood still, did not help, neither did tapping my sharpened pencil on the desktop. I had looked at the clock 2,000 times. Teacher, “May I please go to my locker?” Mr. Williams assigned the class to help stack books and wipe off germ infested desks in the classroom. I grew impatient. “Teacher, will you please let me go to my locker?” Somehow, I felt violated as I believed that the last day of school should be lazy and carefree. When the bell finally rang…

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  • Field Trip Reflective Report

    B1. The field trip will take place during the middle & end of the third week. The students will be attending an indoor or outdoor track practice and track meet at Liberty University. The field trip will help the students understand how the olympic games of today are modeled after the games of ancient Greece. B2. During the track practice the students will have the opportunity to view different types of modern events that takes place at a track meet. The students will be able to ask…

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  • Physical Development 0-3 Years

    bodies and will be relatively mobile; crawling, shuffling, rolling over by themselves and pulling or pushing on things to begin to stand. Between 1 and 2 years, their limbs grow quite quickly and their centre of gravity changes allowing them to begin walking. When they are able to control their limb movements, they introduce the use of hands for drawing attention, pointing, holding things, pushing and pulling toys whilst they walk. They enjoy trying to feed themselves with finger foods, trying…

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  • Thesis For The Shallows

    The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains. Essay Since the introduction of computers, they have served me for numerous purposes. In his book The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr suggests that even though the internet is an important tool, it is also a distraction causing users to be less attentive people. By constantly being on the web people are acquiring bad reading habits, this leads to users only skimming articles or anything they read. In my…

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