Lanza during this class period was the modeling method. That is, since the classes were preparing for the PARCC exam, Mrs. Lanza had her students complete PCRs and then graded them as a group according to PARCC standards. This allowed students to see just how grades are determined for PCRs and why they are given the grades they receive, and encouraged students to think like a PARCC test grader. As a result of this teaching by modeling, students were able to see both good and bad responses and why they are considered as such. This allowed students to walk out of class having a better idea of how they will be graded on the PARCC and how they can work to specifically improve their writing
Terrett told the class that she would give good behavior tickets to students who got the answers to questions 7 & 8 right. One of the students, Wyatt asked Mrs. Terrett how many tickets she would have to give out if the whole class got both answers right. Mrs. Terrett responded by turning the question into a teaching moment. She asked the students if there are 27 students in this classroom and everyone earned 2 tickets each, how many tickets would she have to give out? 10) The following instructional strategies used in the properties of multiplication lesson: • Modeling- The teacher wrote on the board what she wanted the students to write in their math journals.
Student work in small groups of four for the psychomotor skill component and feedback was provided to students by student nurse educators on the spot while performing the procedure. Finally, a five questions gaming was provided to measure student’s cognitive retention of the material discussed and the skill gain. The students worked in collaboratively in groups of four to complete the post-quiz and were given feedback on their strengths and weaknesses. The students score higher than 90% on the post-quiz and verbalize collaborative academia learning milieu was permeated with rich intellectual opportunities needed to demonstrate clinical skills and competencies successfully and to further advance their wisdom on catheter insertion and removal. Hence, as a student nurse educator, I feel privileged to contribute to this project and to have made an impact in the lives of students.
If you're interested in becoming a medical assistant, talk to a medical assistant and ask a lot of questions. Watch someone for the day their job. Make sure you go to an accredited school and be careful that you have transferable credits. It's important to become a certified medical assistant. Some medical assistant schools train their students to take the exam while in school.
How Many Tests… It is imperative for an effective administrator to be able to look at, and interpret a piece of data given to them and to determine how it can be used to assess and evaluate school improvement. The data may not give the administrator precisely the information needed, but a capable leader should be able to determine what statistical tests they could run to gain the information prevalent to their building and its issues with the data provided. For reflection ten, we were shown data containing a student set, the instructional method used, a percentage of correct answers in language, a percentage of correct answers in math, and an average Case 21 score. We were instructed to generate ten questions, determine the test we would use, as well as the data we would need to run the determined tests. Below is
Hospital wards have been the traditional clinical placement setting for nursing students. Newton, Jolly, Ockerby and Cross (2010) purports that practice in the clinical setting is a requirement to ensure fitness to practice as a nurse. From an educational view, clinical placement is the avenue where skills, knowledge and attitudes developed in the theoretical part of the curriculum are applied, developed and incorporated. Wang, Shang and Jin (2005) asserts that after visiting the clinical area for a week, nursing students begin to dislike the nursing profession however Holsem (2010) stated that the development of confidence during clinical experiences places emphasis on the openness about expectation, time of reflection and been welcome and appreciated. If these priorities are put it place nursing students clinical experience will be effective as they look forward to gain additional knowledge and skills to tackle the world of work but if this knowledge and skills are not garnered through effective clinical experience nursing students will fail to gain confidence and high levels of competency to venture into the world of
When looking at her school work and from the information that was previously gathered from sessions with Hailey, it was important to assess her as an oral reader, silent reader, writer, word solver, problem solver, and her comprehension. Using a variety of assessments and taking the new information and planning to help Hailey be more successful was important. Also, looking at how Hailey performs across academic areas was another clue to help her be a better student. To have a better picture of Hailey, she brought her academic folders with her to review some of her class work and writing responses, almost like a work portfolio. Hailey made it clear that Science and Math can be more difficult for her than other
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
It is taught by Katy Tiemeyer. College prep covers the basic skills used in college. These skills include note taking, delivering speeches, and goal making. A short term goal I have for this class are to review for the upcoming tests and do well on them. Another goal is to complete the homework and to turn it in early when possible.
I will observe students in the Leo Goodwin Sr. Residence Hall study rooms. I will be reviewing student 's work habits, workflow, computer usage, student 's uses of paper, and time spent on activities in testing for evidence that supports my claim of digitally literate students having an academic advantage over digitally illiterate students. My role as the researcher is to gain full comprehension of different student 's work habits on and off the computer. I want to understand the practices of digitally literate students through analysis of their work, studies, and eventually results (grade point average) versus those who prefer to use paper. My role should be to evaluate the efficiency of students working in the study room and observe the methodologies incorporated into their study routines.
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).