Ridenour (2006) tried to examine gender-awareness training as part of a school administrator preparation program and its effects on students preparing to become school leaders and the main purpose was investigating whether the students who took this course, became more aware of gender discrimination, power differences and gender stereotyping, or not. For starting qualitative study, 122 graduate students were chosen for attending in a cultural diversity course maintained journals of their experience at the University of Dayton. The authors kept records of teaching the course and selected written assignments given to the students, according to Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium standards, which drive reform in school leadership. To sum up, the results of qualitative study were becoming obvious of gender stereotypes, students’ showing greater awareness of gender discrimination and power differences based on gender, exhibiting the importance of gender-biased language and students’ changing practice in the classroom toward more gender
Have you ever wondered whether a writer’s voice and the standard rules of academic writing can exist on the same page? According to Dr. Debra Pena, English Professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), and Mathew Teorey, English Professor at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, and the author of "Using Freshman Composition to Analyze What Students Really Know about Grammar", a writer’s voice and the process of academic writing can exist on the same page (Personal Communications February 13, 2017, Teorey 2). However, my first essay in Freshman Composition II was a Classical Argument on “Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE): Is it the New Death Sentence for Future Athletes Playing Sports in America?”, I sacrificed my
Details of the interview During the interview, BJ provide an in-depth assessment of his social history during an interview conducted on Facebook Messenger Video Chat. The interview was conducted by Arizona State University student, Nyadak Deng Tut and the neighbor father-in-law. I was introduced to BJ by his daughter-in-law, JD. Nyadak Deng is currently working on a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree. Nonetheless, the macro theory to be used to guide the paper is System Family Theory.
.Summary The article “Developing the Four-Stage Supervision Model for Counselor Trainees” was written by Ali Eryilmaz and Tansu Mutlu both from the Eskisehir Osmanganzi University was online for the first time in Februrary 25, 2017. Throughout my entire reading of the article, it is clear that the article focuses on the effectiveness of the Four Stage Supervision model for counselor trainees. The authors begin the article by stating that there is a great need for more effective supervised sessions, so that the counselors can gain the necessary skills to make adequate therapeutic progress through the counseling sessions. The research study addresses that a counselor should have the counseling skills as counseling is of extreme importance. As a student from the Introduction to Counseling and Guidance class, I must say I find Mr. Eryilmaz and Mr. Tansu’s views compelling, intelligent, and perhaps most importantly well worth heeding.
Are your sources of information valid? Explain how you validated your sources. Craig C. Wieczorek, the author of Comparative Analysis of Educational Systems of American and Japanese Schools: Views and Visions, graduated from the University of Colorado Denver, is a Disabled Veterans Outreach Program specialist. David C. Miller, one of the authors of Comparative Indicators of Education in the United States and Other G-8 Countries: 2009, graduated from the University of Maryland. Write a concise summary of your investigation.
Barnyak and McNelly (2009) conducted a study on teachers and administrators’ beliefs and practices when it comes to parent involvement using the Bandura’s social cognitive therapy of self-sufficiency (1995). Teachers and administrators were surveyed using the adapted version of The Parent Involvement Inventory published by the Illinois State Board of Education (1994). This quantitative study included 92 practicing male and female grades K-12 teachers and 7 administrators in an urban school district in Pennsylvania who were part of a statewide parent involvement initiative during the2004-2005 school year. The instrument used for this study was adapted from The Parent Involvement Inventory published by the Illinois State Board of Education
There has been an email sent to our department form an education provider staff who has requested for our services as behavior analysts. To be specific, the client has asked us to meet with the other staff members from their institution so as to develop a behavior intervention plan for one of a third grade student in a local elementary school. The student in question is said to have been demonstrating disruptive behaviors in both the classroom as well as in other school settings. Disruptive behaviors reveal themselves where a individual is uncooperative in any setting resulting to unnecessary distractions. The behavioral assessment plan which is aimed to be developed is a plan which is based on the functional behavioral assessment results and
Learn about a profession in the kindergarten 5. Find the specific area that I would like to work How much information did I collect to develop the strategic plan? I checked the kindergarten’s website, asked the presidents, and talked to other class teachers so that I can understand the kindergarten. The history of the ex-program for two years old, the reasons for creating a new program, the running cost and tuition of the program, teaching methods used in a new program and ex-program, and other kindergarten’s similar program were collected
M., & Zippay, C. (2012). Breaking the Yoke of Racism & Cultural Biases: Two Pre-Service Teachers' Online Discussions & Candid Reflections about Race & Culture. Multicultural Education, 19(4), 33-40. Flanagan, C. (2017). The Time Is Now: Empowering Educators to Examine and Address Race in Their Classrooms.
He utilized ethnography in order to see how the rights of students, including those that are listed in the fourth and fifth amendment, are dealt with in twos public high schools that have full time SROs in them. The two high schools that were selected for the study were Central High School and City High School. Two ethnographers paid random visits to each one of the schools and looked at the way the students interacted with their SROs. They then took field notes of what they observed at the end of each school day. 26 in person interviews were also conducted on parents, staff members, and the SROs that worked at the schools.
Jill Staat UEDU756 December 12, 2016 Annotated Bibliography 3 Mastropieri, M. A., Scruggs, T. E., Norland, J. J., Berkeley, S., McDuffie, K., Tornquist, E.H., & Connors, N. (2006). Differentiated curriculum enhancement in inclusive middle school science: Effects on classroom and high-stakes tests. The Journal of Special Education, 40(3), 130-137. This research study compared measurable outcomes associated with class-wide peer tutoring using differentiated hands-on activities vs. teacher-directed instruction for students with mild disabilities in an inclusive 8th-grade science classes. Thirteen classes of 213 students (109 males; 104 females), of whom 44 were classified with disabilities, participated in 12-week sessions in a
During Week Two, participants involved in the study were required to complete a Learning Styles Assessment, as well as a Classroom Climate Survey. Both formal and informal observations were conducted, as well as a group discussion that centered around the results received from the Learning Styles Assessment and Classroom Climate Survey. Lastly, the researcher conducted an interview whereby both teachers involved in the study were surveyed to determine which of the following seven literacy strategies, proven effective with high school
The meta-analysis, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Parents’ Perceptions of the IEP Process: A Review of Current Research, written by Katie Wolfe and Lillian Duran (2013), purposed to determine the perception of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) parents and the factors that influence their participation in IEP meetings. Dr. Wolfe is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of South Carolina with expertise in autism, applied behavior analysis, early childhood special education, and single-subject methodology. Dr. Duran is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation at Utah State University. Wolfe and Duran (2013) focus on a review of the research on the experiences of CLD parents because of the changing demographics, the disproportionate representation of CLD children, and the incorporation of diversity standards into state teacher licensure programs. Wolfe and
1. Use school board policy, interviews, or personnel records with human resource personnel to summarize the following: • Recruitment procedures- Presently, the Harrison County School District (HCSD) has a recruitment team of directors and principals that travel to colleges for career days and fairs. This team sets up interviews and offers positions depending on the interview results. Open positions within the district are also posted on the district website. Current recruitment procedures are under review by the newly elected superintendent Roy Gill.