Each part of the Conceptual Framework is essential and important to being an educator. Being a Reflective Practitioner means that the educator is prepared and knowledgeable in the content that is being taught. Some that is a Transformative Practitioner seeks to motivate students to learn and is creative with study materials. The Culturally Responsible Practitioner looks to all of the national, state, and local materials and standards to educate students. This individual provides order, commitment, and knowledge to students.
Out of all the problems leading up to this future overpopulation has got to be the top culprit. Overpopulation for humans causes a chain reaction. Having to many people leads to a larger need for many things including resources, space, and jobs. Even though we see a good depiction of the future with the movie soylent green we also have a modern day example, China. China has the highest population in the world, encompassing 1.2 billion or twenty one percent of the world's population.
Liberal Arts Education (Liberal Arts Education is a term referred to subjects of study that develop students’ general knowledge and ability to think, rather than their technical skills according to the Oxford English Dictionary) is not an unfamiliar word to Chinese people (lived in Mainland China) with the great progress in Chinese education now. The exploration of the development of Liberal Arts Education in a China (China here politically refers to Mainland China) context will be the theme of this essay. It is an important issue because more and more Chinese Students tend to go abroad or go to Hong Kong to receive Liberal Arts Education (There are 51.6% people who tend to study abroad showing their interest to Liberal Arts Education according
China Hello, my name is Brady Spencer, I am a Smart Travel advisor and I’m here today to talk to you about travelling to China and the potential risks involved in traveling there. China is located in Asia and has a population of about 1.4 billion people, if you are considering visiting there you should consider learning some basic Mandarin as it is the most common language you will encounter there. The main religions of China include Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism and Protestantism. The most common currency in China is Yuan, which is about 4.98 yuan to the Australian dollar. China has many different attractions you can visit, one of the most popular being The Great Wall of China one of the most iconic symbols of china and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Chinese culture and practices weather its business or culture are different than that of west. To successfully expand business in china knowing and practicing common customs will help in relaxing, avoiding embarrassment, and focus on critical occasions. China’s history has outlived all other great empires in Eurasia including the Egyptian, roman, ottoman and many great empires. It is said that china’s history can be dated back to 4000 years ago, the history has been well documented in both official annals and private historical records. The origin of the word ‘China’ is associated with an ancient Chinese empire, the first united Chinese dynasty of Ch’in (221-206BC).
Thus, the way to transmit across to students’ comprehension skills is very crucial, since it build up several life skills. For instance, giving students a comprehension exercise after an oral reading, firing them with critical questions, open- ended question to extend their thinking
The British also helped Hong Kong to develop to a steady and more advanced city, and the importance of it. “ In the first two decades of British rule, the provision of educational opportunities for Hong Kong's growing Chinese community ranked very low on the colonial administration's list of priorities.” (Evans 151) Make this a citation form with the names of the author etc.) Even though at first the Chinese were ranked very low, they eventually became equal and accepted the language barrier between the two countries. English became the core language in 1984. “ As Hong Kong has been a meeting place of Chinese and Western culture since the middle of the nineteenth century….” (Pennington 146) The main reason why did English became one of the core languages in Hong Kong is because since it seemed like inseparable of Hong Kong from the British rule even though Hong Kong is already part of China.
Assessment is an essential component of teaching. Recently, the importance of assessment has increased even further. Genesee and Upshur (1996) refer to students’ achievement as one of the most important focus of classroom-based assessment. They believe that “teachers need to know what and how much students have learned in order to monitor the effectiveness of instruction, to plan ongoing instruction, and for accountability purposes” (p. 47). Assessment can be done at different stages: Assessment at the end of each unit of instruction is probably useful for both internal and external purposes; in other words, it is of interest to, teachers for planning instruction, students for organizing their own learning, school authorities for accountability,
Importance of Information Literacy Information literacy is important for today’s learners, it promotes problem solving approaches and thinking skills when asking questions and seeking answers, finding information, forming opinions, evaluating sources and making decisions fostering successful learners, effective contributors, confident individuals and responsible citizens. People need to be able to identify what is real and relevant not just for school but for learning, life and work. Information literacy skills have been around for quite some time in different guises and several frameworks and definitions have been produced both nationally and internationally. By using the information literacy it is was to finding and using information in all sorts of contexts, such