I will be using Time Management to balance my academic expectations, my personal and professional responsibilities. I will be setting time aside and blocking out certain things for example turning off my phone and television while completing my school work. I also will prioritize what is important to reaching my goal. 3. How can understanding the importance of SMART criteria and your career interests and competencies help you move toward your career and academic goals?
Ethics Game Simulation Worksheet Student Name: __ ___ Facilitator: ___ Complete the interactive Ethics Game Simulation, located on the student website. You will only be able to go through the simulation once, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. Take notes about your decisions or make a copy of the screen when you complete the work to assure that you have the information needed to write your reflection at the end of the simulation. The Case of the Troubled Teen Step 1: Be Attentive What is the issue?
Follow these guidelines in writing your instructions. * Write the instructions in your own words, though of course you should draw on ideas and information that you have read and discussed for this course. If you do consult any sources apart from those used in the course, include citations throughout the document, placing quotation marks around exact language taken from a source, and include a References page at the end. * Use headings and bulleted
To complete this assignment, you will do the following: • Review the assignment instructions and grading criteria thoroughly. The writing assignment you complete in this unit will be graded against a rubric that assesses the essay in a number of categories. These categories focus both on the essay’s contents and its clarity. o Read the rubric on the last page of this document. Keep the criteria listed on the rubric in mind as you complete the writing assignment.
Because it is important to take into consideration the positive and negative effects your reaction will have on everyone involved, you must remain calm and not disturb the class. Upon turning in the exam, politely ask the student if they will stay after the last person finishes taking their exam. If you create a scene, not only will it interrupt the other students who were not cheating, it could also have a negative effect on their test score. 2. Explain to the student how the honor code system works at Elon University and allow him or her an opportunity to tell you that they were cheating.
For example: MGT5019-8 7 | Save a copy of your assignments: You may need to re-submit an assignment at your instructor’s request. Make sure you save your files in accessible location. Academic integrity: All work submitted in each course must be your own original work. This includes all assignments, exams, term papers, and other projects required by your instructor. Knowingly submitting another person’s work as your own, without properly citing the source of the work, is considered plagiarism.
This exercise will be used by the instructor to assess your learning over the course of the semester. It will not be evaluated. Don’t worry if you feel unable to respond to some or all of these questions – we expect you to be unsure about a fair amount at this point in the term. Feel free to indicate if you don’t know an answer, and do your best with the knowledge that you have. Please indicate which case you will be discussing: ___Anthony___________________________ Briefly discuss your understanding of the child (Anthony, Maritza, or Samantha) from the following perspectives: 1.
Understanding and motivating pupils “They may forget what you said but they will never forget how you made them feel” This quote by Carol Buchner is illustrating the power that a teacher can have on children and their motivation whilst teaching them. In my assignment I will look at different ways of motivating pupils, but my focus will be on the teacher’s role in motivation. Motivating pupils to learn is an issue that all teachers face. If pupils are not motivated to learn then they will not be involved in the lesson and they are likely to cause class management problems. Motivation theories Motivation can be defined as a “drive which determines how an individual chooses to act” (Walker-Tileston, 2004).
From my observations, I found that most teachers knew their classes well, especially how they learnt, and ensured that the materials provided was tailored to suit learners. I did not get the opportunity to teach about the cell during SE1 placement. However through research, observations and carrying out a focus group, I have come to understand the importance of becoming a more reflective practitioner. Looking at “big ideas” within the national curriculum, I now understand how learners begin topics with preconceptions from primary school experiences. Research supports that learners bring certain beliefs and ideas that are greatly founded in the way the think to science lessons (Driver et al.
* Do your research. Step 2: Drafting Write * Put the information you researched into your own words. * Write sentences and paragraphs even if they are not perfect. * Read what you have written and judge if it says what you mean. * Show it to others and ask for suggestions.