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    Praxis Report Introduction The Journal of Homosexuality is devoted to scholarly research on homosexuality, including sexual practices and gender roles in their cultural, historical, interpersonal, and modern social contexts. In addition to research on human sexuality, articles in the journal also explore the political, social, and moral implications of research on human sexuality. A few of the following goals the Journal of Homosexuality has it to serve as a scholarly source of materials for…

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    Culturally relevant pedagogy/teaching is an approach that has been described as an effective gateway to meet the student’s academic needs by the use of implementing their cultural diversity into the lectures. With the use of the students cultural knowledge and previous experiences, teachers use this ethnical diversity to make learning more effective. It is important that educator understand that racially diverse students often deficit in the English language. Numerous of ELL often face…

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    to ACARA (2013), including personalised learning that incorporates student diversity, cross curriculum priorities and including general capabilities on top of traditional core subjects and addressing key features to revise curriculum content and pedagogy; traditional education saw students’ work in isolation within the four walls of a classroom, sitting at individual desks away from peers (Shaw, 2008). The course material consisted of the core subjects and as Hubbard (2015) identified…

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    Theory Adult Learning In Andragogy or adult learning theory, it is presumed that adults have specific learning requirements. The adult learning theory also suggests that the best learning environments are the ones that are collaborative and utilize a problem-based approach.It is important to note that not every student is in the adult learner stage. With this in mind, it is encouraged that students be made aware of the traits of adult learners, and aspire to gain a few of these characteristics.…

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    rebut the saying that Western teaching methods is universal and can be applied to any settings. They found that the ‘advanced’ teaching pedagogy in Western countries causes problems of ethics. This kind of English language teaching pedagogy neglect the cultural background of learners and teachers. It is true that there are some disadvantages of Asian teaching pedagogy, but one…

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    varied visions of Burkean pedagogy as well as methods for achieving educational goals. While Burke’s focus on admonition and textual criticism may not appeal all pedagogical models, the methodical reflexivity demanded by Burkes termentisticly focused pedagogy creates students well suited promote informed democracy in an era defined by propaganda and the authoritarian pressures of terror and war (Enoch 190-191). Because of this potential, this essay draws on Burkean pedagogy to unpack the…

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    definition and practical application of culturally relevant teaching serve as the essential questions. In defining culturally relevant teaching, I begin with the work of Gloria Ladson-Billings. Ladson-Billings (1995) suggests that cultural relevant pedagogy consists of three elements: the “ability to develop students academically, willingness to nurture and support cultural competence, and the development of a sociopolitical or critical consciousness” (p. 483). By addressing pedagogical…

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    Pedagogy and Andragogy: Approaches to Instruction and Learning “A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience’s attention, then he can teach his lesson.” – John Henrik Clarke. No organization can survive or continue to be successful without investing in and developing their most important resource which is their employees. No matter what economic sector an organization operates in, it is dependent upon the skills, efficiency and commitment of its employees to…

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    mathematical thinking and processes. This will allow for the strengths and weaknesses to be highlighted for best practice within a primary school setting. In examining the scenario it will bring light to the recent literature relating to the mathematical pedagogy. The analysis will include Critical Areas designed to bring focus to the standards by describing the big ideas that educators can use to build their curriculum and to guide instructions. This report will reflect the lesson plan on four…

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    Cambridge university press (2015) defines pedagogy as the study of methods and activities of teaching. Pedagogy is the driving force of education it defines what we do, why we do and how we do it. Effective pedagogy can be broken down into 10 pedagogical principles. TLRP (2009) states that the purpose of the 10 principles were to link all sectors in education and show that learning never stops from preschool to further education to adulthood. Pedagogy is about ongoing learning for individuals…

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