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    The teaching assistant should be familiar with all plans and should identify and source resources required. As a teaching assistant it is important to recognise that children are individuals and as such will differ in expectation, motivation and learning styles which can be affected by factors such as culture, gender, family, peers and previous experiences. The teaching assistant supports the school and teachers to develop inclusion so that all children regardless of barriers can access the curriculum and enjoy a good learning experience. This may be achieved by providing ideas, materials and strategies, organizing and managing learning, intervening or redirecting the experience or assessing the learning and recording achievement. As always one should know the learning objectives and how the success of each activity will be…

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    How someone is treated in the workplace will impact on how professional they are in their job. While working at a previous educational setting I felt, although the school worked well, information was not shared well with every member of staff. good communication is, in my opinion, a key component to professionalism. You feel a more valued member of the team if information and decisions are shared with you. Although I understand not all information can be shared due to confidentiality, it is…

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    Financial support for training and educational activities. MSU offers more than 3,000 assistantships to graduate students. These include research, teaching, administrative, outreach, and residential life positions. A minimum GPA of 3.0 must be maintained to be eligible for a graduate assistantship. The assistantship appointment provides the following benefits: a monthly stipend, a six- to nine-credit tuition waiver, and payment for single person health insurance provided by the University.…

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    discuss the controversies surrounding the National Labor Relations Board member’s appointment, by the United States President and Senate, and whether the United States policy is effected due to the political interests and affiliations of the appointed board members. Discussion As seen throughout history, the National Labor Relations Board’s rulings have been reversed or invalidated by board members appointed by United States President whom carry a different political view then his predecessor.…

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    board committee. They were discussing the views on assistants and their help with the professors. There was no college policy on assistants and the head department told the head of the departments that they can make up their own individuals rules on their responsibilities. One of the faculty members uses assistants to help them grade work. Others do not think professors should be using them because they think it’s their job. However, many colleges around the Unites States use graduates “ to…

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    course exposed me to the lifestyle of a video game developer. Ultimately, I realized I did not enjoy this lifestyle or work environment. As a result, I began questioning what I wanted to do in life. More importantly, I wanted to find a career I will enjoy for years to come. Concurrently, I started working as a classroom learning assistant (CLA) for undergraduate computer science courses, which provided me with a necessary exposure…

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    the certificate in four months. At that time, I realized new barriers always came to me but my passion about learning gave power to overcome them. For many years, female students were not welcome at most fields related to engineering and technology, and therefore made up a miniscule percentage of graduate students. Moreover, traditional value that teaching and nursing are good fields to women put me to study electronic engineering on more difficult circumstance. Always, I was only one…

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    Center ☐ b. I recommend this applicant as an SI Leader for the LASSO Center with reservation ☐ c. I do not recommend this applicant for the position of SI Leader for the LASSO Center ☐ 7. Please provide any additional comments that you feel are pertinent to the evaluation of this candidate’s application. The above recommendation is based on my best judgment. I am willing to be contacted for further discussion of this evaluation. Reference Signature: Date: Thank you for taking time to…

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    Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn. Nowadays, all the educational organizations are trying to use a variety of learning support system to ensure that the students get the best education. In this day and age, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) is one of the best universities in the education industry. In addition, ERAU has provided a collection of learning supports such as computer labs, tutoring, and a variety of studying places. Indeed, the level…

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    The responsibilities of a Master are those individuals, or students who take ownership of their actions by demonstrating academic honesty and integrity. The student attend and participate in classes, seminars, on time. I believe the responsibilities of a Master student are students who complete all assigned work in a timely fashion with attention to quality of work. The student goes beyond their effort to avoid making excuses for their behavior and actions. The responsibilities of a…

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