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    Statements of the research problem This section is explained about the research problem in the particular context, including summaries of EMI policies and settings, EMI approaches, research gaps, research aims and conclusions. The detailed summaries are indicated below. In recent years, Khon Kaen University authorities have introduced the new instructional policy, the so-called “English as a medium of instruction” or EMI. In this study, the general working definition of EMI is “the use of…

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    Pedagogical Practice

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    curriculum and consider how their decisions may affect children differently in the classroom. The five principles mentioned in the Early Years Learning Framework reflect present theories and research concerning children’s learning and early childhood pedagogy. These principles support practice that is focused on assisting all the children in the child care to make progress to achieve quality learning…

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    various cultures within the student body of a classroom should also be taken into consideration when teaching HASS, along with learning levels, genders, and religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. In reference to Benn (2012), a constructivist teaching pedagogy of inquiry-based learning and learning by design allows for a more inclusive, supportive and respectful approach to teaching HASS. Adopting a…

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    Performance Activity 44

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    chunking the lesson. From my own personal experience of having a specific learning disability, I have the ability to be more empathic towards working with students with disabilities and apply my pedagogy knowledge of evidenced-based strategies. If I didn’t apply both my experience of having a disability and pedagogy to the lesson, I would be an effective teacher candidate to the students, resulting students to not have a meaningful learning experience. I had the lesson incorporate more student…

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    In-Class Reflection

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    need to share with you since my students behave no differently and the assignments have been easier. The past four weeks have been filled with simple in-class assignments acting as attendance markers. I even find myself feeling less engaged with the pedagogy process because it feels like my students do not care to learn, but rather simply receive an “easy A.” With my sections, I have discovered that regardless of how interactive I design class, the students give me the same indifferent reaction.…

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    Instructional Coaching

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    In A Mixed-Methods Investigation of Instructional Coaching for Teachers of Diverse Learners, Teemant (2014) researched the impact of instructional coaching on teacher pedagogy. To assess the impact of instructional coaching, the study included quantitative analysis of teacher behaviors based on the five standards of effective pedagogy as well as qualitative results obtained through interviews with teacher participants. Though quantitative results demonstrated increased teacher efficacy among…

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    for a fully functional society. Thus a modern take using ICT and other tools to learn via the didactic approach is required. Used as a counter to the formalities of the neo-didactic approaches, will be to embrace the social constructs of authentic pedagogy. As important as the rules of literacy are, the authentic approach will remove the mundane, turning the classroom into a storybook, a faraway land, deep space or 20,000 leagues under the sea. These highly motivating ideas allow peer to peer…

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    Upon entering my 1st grade classroom, students are welcomed into a multicultural, yet simple world. There are a few maps on the wall and a globe in a corner, and some family photos on my desk. A few simple plants, some with colorful flowers, are placed around the classroom. The seating arrangements include circular tables, with four-to-five students at each table, for work in groups. There is also a large Persian style rug in the front of the classroom so students do not always sit at their…

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    This article would benefit me as an educator as it indicates the impact of one model of professional development in Physical Education that can help me become a successful primary school teacher. It will increase my repertoire of the topic and the pedagogy involved in teaching…

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    This domain contains all of the “behind the scenes” work that goes into planning a lesson. Domain one is divided into six subdomains including demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy, demonstrating knowledge of students, setting instructional outcomes, demonstrating knowledge of resources, designing coherent instruction, and designing student assessments. The sub-categories are meticulously described regarding expectations…

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