An educator’s mindset should always be to think about the different levels of abilities of the children and how to get them to personally grasp what is being taught based on their learning needs. The lesson activities from the Germ/Health lesson was straight forward and clear. The students are to draw a picture of what they think a germ looks like to create a monster so they can share with the class. Then they will write a sentence of how to catch germs based on their understanding of the teacher’s definition and the book that was read aloud. In the Class Profile there is a student that is visually impaired and another that has hearing aids.
Once you have decideto proceed with the program for your child, you will also be asked to sign a consent form where you must declare that you have understood the benefits and potential risks of the program that your child will be going through. Collection of your Ortho-k molds The fitting of the molds are checked before being dispensed. Both the child and the parents will be taught how to properly remove and insert the molds; the cleaning regimen as well as safety measures of wearing contact lenses. The molds are then
Imagine you are an administrator for Hackensack High School. In 1-2 paragraphs, explain how you would individually approach an active shooter drill in Hackensack High School? How would you educate your student body and faculty on how to execute the drill? What would be different from the current drill? Use the article “9 Tips for the Most Effective Lockdowns” for assistance.
Drowning is a huge issue that is currently happening in primary school aged children. There are many ways that schools are educating those children on ways to prevent drowning. The HPS schools have a whole school approach to the topic of drowning as it is taught in the classrooms and is in the Australian Curriculum under the ‘Safe Living’ strand in the K – 6 Personal Health and Development and Physical Education and it comes under the sub-section ‘Water Safety’. It is believed that it should be educated in the curriculum as a key learning area and also beyond the classroom. The topics that are covered in this section include: water environment, safe places to swim, safety equipment and safety skills.
Our experimental study will be ethical because a letter explaining the procedures of videotaping has been assigned to all students attending the school at the beginning of the year.. The experiment will take place as planned and only stop if an emergency were to unexpectedly take place. If they decide to keep their names anonymous, subjects will be able to tell us and we will do so. Any questions subjects have will be made beforehand and answered, so no problems come up while the study takes place. If requested, tutors/parents of subjects will receive a copy of the rundown of the experiment and results, as well as recordings including their
Team B is comprised of nurses and nurse educators. As nurse educators, one of the goals is to prepare students to pass the NCLEX (National Council of State Boards of Nursing) exam. The HESI test provides an opportunity to assess how well students are prepared for the actual NCLEX test. In helping prepare students, it would be useful to know if the exam averages in class correlate with HESI scores. This could be used as a gauge to verify that the information covered in class are the items the students need to know on the HESI exam.
First of All, we need we need to make our schools more safe by implementing metal detectors and other equipment. If we would have metal detectors at every entrance and or bag checks entering the school. Lets give a scenario, lets say there is a teenager ready to shoot up a school. They are walking to the building. They had to pass the metal detectors first and then go inside the school's main building and then get their bag checks.
A study was conducted at the University of Alabama at Birmingham by Lois McFadyen Christensen, PhD, and three educators at Bluff Park Elementary School. The second grade teacher, the reading coach, and the kindergarten teacher studied the effects of a deconstructed social studies curriculum using modified Reggio Emilia approach. This means that the environment is highly democratic, all classroom members are learners, and parents are actively involved and present in the learning environment. Relationships and interaction is very important in a Reggio Emilia classroom. The class serves as an active part of learning and documents that learning is happening at all times.
Environment protection classes should be taught as a requisite in school. If art and literature, mathematics, science, economics, statistics, history and religion is taught, why not teach the fundamental importance of ecological conservation? “Students are like sponges and observe information well if they learn about it starting at their early childhood education and throughout their school years. They should be aware of the importance of recycling, and therefore I strongly believe each school district should implement into their lesson plans a lesson of recycling in order for the students to begin recycling themselves” (Permalink). Molding children’s mind to be conscious about the importance of environment
Police officers need to be held to the same standards as others if an officer has been found guilty. The problems begins with training, Police officers are trained to react in certain situations they have a code of conduct to follow when approaching a person. A trained police officer should make better judgments before drawing their gun, currently the type of training that officers are receiving is to attend a class on how to recognize someone with a mental health crisis, thereafter, weeks later, they learn communication skills, and tactics in a separate course, all these training regiments are done in classroom by the book. When dealing with real life situations officers need more practice on training with real life scenarios. Police officers are dealing with many types of situations and people, and going for their gun can’t be the first line of defense.
PSYC 360 – CAS 361: Training & Development Project Spring 2016 Focus of Training The first goal of this training program is to teach a school psychologist in training all about assessment methods and protocols. Secondly, this training program will teach a school psychologist in training all about clinical diagnostics. This training program will be designed to help a school psychologist in training develop the appropriate knowledge and skills that are required to assess and diagnose a client. During this training, the trainee will learn the fundamental theories and principles of assessments to help the trainee recognize that there are various assessment methods that can be used to assess a client in this profession. Additionally, the trainee
This environmental sustainability report applies to the approved providers, nominated supervisors at PBS – NBK (which in Victoria is the ACECQA and the DEECD), all teaching staff, students on professional experience placements, administration staff, volunteers, parents, children and other visitors (even for after school hours’ functions). The findings of this report will form policies for the PBPS handbook, (handed out to families upon enrolment) informing families of the sustainability practices expected for our children as a part of their general school education and part of our school’s
Assessment and/or Outcomes: • Students will be informally assessed during the group work. The teacher will circulate around the classroom to make sure those students have an understanding how the events and people in the situations develop over time. • Students will be given a formative assessment based off of their answers with the definition of terrorism handout. • Students will be given a formative assessment based off of the Group Work Rubric. Students will be graded based on how well they are able to work together to draw a conclusion from their situation(s).