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Schools consists of varieties of teachers , who are responsible for teaching and caring for the students throughout the day. People may argue that schools should support both individuality and conformity to an extent. These two goals are completely contradicting to one another, the betterment of individuals and the betterment of society as a whole. I argue that schools need to focus on individuality more than any else. Schools fail to do this by enforcing dress codes, having mandatory classes and control of the school day structure.
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Significance of the Study This study has implications for educators, school districts parent and students. Parent engagement intervention and prevention studies occur in comprehensive schools but parent engagement research in an alternative education setting is minimal to non-existent. As a result of this study school districts will recognize a need to create and reengage parents in their students education as a means for student academic success.
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Through the literature review Early Childhood RtI are examine and explore so that developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood programs keep struggling students on grade level performance. Response to Intervention (RtI) Defining RtI Rudinoff (2011) defines RtI as a tiered model, and the intervention correlates with the student’s needs. The most important component of the RtI is its universal screening tool. The screening tool should employ developmentally and age appropriate assessments (Gersten, Rolhus, Clarke, Decker, Wilkins, & Dimino, 2015 and Watts, Duncan, Siegler, & Davis-Kean, 2014).
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Hi Joy, I appreciated your post regarding the benefits of using a model, such as the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) national model, to support a school counseling program. Further, you have identified a way in which you feel that you may struggle with the model. It is important for school counselors to be self-aware in order for them to improve in areas of need. As a school counselor, data collection will be an important part of the job requirement. For instance, a school counselor will collect data for a variety of reasons such as to identify if what is being done by the counselor is making a difference for the students and to find out the needs of the school (ASCA, 2012).
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ethnicity, socioeconomic, special programs – SpEd, ELL. - Leaders are held responsible for the results and often given some discretion how to resolve the campus issues or how to enhance/enrich the program; promotes leader buy-in and ownership of the problem Weaknesses of accountability to school organization leadership: - Some leaders take the pressure and pass it on negatively to the staff/students; a little pressure can be good but the leader must know when to push, when to encourage and so on in order to keep morale high and the goal attainable - Some leaders don’t know what to do with the data and are not confident enough to ask for help or guidance; thus, they either retreat or they “get out the whip” yet either way there is no direction or team work with the faculty; this is to the detriment of the faculty and students - The accountability system is now so complicated that the typical parent or taxpayer can’t understand it and all the nuances; this can cause a misperception of a school’s performance based on one sub-population that may not have done well because of a few
Concealed Guns Imagine this you're a student at ISU and concealed guns are banned on college campus while you are in class the weird guy in the back pops up and starts shooting people in a few seconds your dead or injured but maybe if guns were allowed on college campus when the first shot went off you or someone else with a concealed gun could have shot the man and probably saved many people's life. Even though this is not a true story this has happened at other colleges around the united states. Well are concealed guns good or bad are they useful or not. People say concealed guns owners are a treat or dangerous. With all these people saying they don't help the community there dangres the owners are a treat.
Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy Integrative behavioral couple therapy (IBCT) is a new approach to couple therapy. It was developed by Andrew Christensen, a clinical psychologist and late Neil S. Jacobson, who was also clinical psychologist. IBCT is ‘integrative’ in at least two senses; first it integrates the goals of acceptance and change as positive outcomes for couples in therapy. Second, it integrates a variety of treatment strategies under a consistent behavioral theoretical framework.