Read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Copies are available for check-out in Ms. Waddell’s room. A comprehensive exam about the novel will be given the first day we have a regular schedule of classes. 2. Complete your Reading Log in a Word document.
Name: Aliyah Cotton |Date: 10/14/14 | |Graded Assignment Taking a Test? Take a Breath Over the next few days, you will be developing a plan to prepare for an upcoming test. You will use the information you’ve learned about learning preferences, learning environments, effective work habits, memorization strategies, and coping with test anxiety. Check online for the due date of your assignment. Turn the assignment in by the due date to receive full credit.
Certificate & Post Graduate Certificate in Education Module DFA 7130 Assignment One: Initial Teaching Assignment January 2013 Table of Contents Section One - Context and Principles * My current teaching role * Creating and maintaining a safe, supportive and motivated learning environment * Identifying Learning and Teaching strategies * Types and methods of Assessment which are appropriate * Outlined aims of learning session Section Two - Prepare and Deliver a Learning Session * Lesson Plan * Power Point * Activities * Hand out Section Three - Reflection and Feedback on the Learning Session * Reflection * Tutor feedback * Peer feedback Section Four - Bibliography * References Context and Principles My current teaching role I am employed at Wakefield College, as a Lecturer within the Construction department. I am responsible for the delivery of both theory and practical sessions for City & Guilds Level 2 Brickwork for fulltime learners and apprentices and Level 3 Brickwork for fulltime learners. I also teach Btec courses involving trowel related elements of the diploma combined construction qualification. The Level 2 Brickwork diploma fulltime learners attend around 13 hours per week spread over 3 days covering both theory and practical. The apprentices however only attend 1 day a week, as they have an employer through either City & Guilds or the Wakefield apprenticeship department.
Focus on classes and linking multiples topics so I can understand the whole concept. 4) This year? For the year I will not only participate in the classes and activities offered by University of Phoenix, but also I will attend workshops and trainings to strengthen my foundation and concepts in order to attain my long-term goal. Long-Term Educational Goal a. Your specific goal: It is to obtain a Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology.
3. Create a document that is formatted and ready (or close to be) for publication. 4. Research and write a paper that provides the salient points of the subject, reflects your critical thinking, and synthesizes relevant information on computer technology. Process and Content: Students MUST write about an existing topic in Management of computer technology or Information
University of Phoenix Material Motivation Concepts Table Use the following table to complete the Motivation Concept Table assignment for Week One. You are encouraged to modify table formatting to suit your needs. Please consult with course instructor for additional assignment specifications. The completed table will serve as a resource for the remainder of the course. Theory Name Major Theorist(s) Time Period Created Key Theory Concepts Will Descartes 1637 Will motivates all actions Will is an initiated and directed action.
What challenges did the interviewees face? And lastly, the author will look at the following: What specific recommendations the interviewees have for successful completion of a dissertation. Using the three themes above, the author will also explore subheadings to the interview question themes. Two doctoral researchers, Dr. Allen and Dr. Lacy are the interviewees. Their dissertations were in the field of education, library media science and student international studies, respectively.
Assume that all trainees have college degrees but need KSAs in all other areas listed in the Qualifications section. The training objectives of the CSS training program are to develop supervisory skills, computing skills required for word processing, and spreadsheet applications. In addition, there would be the training objective of teaching the candidates the ability to read, write and interpret instructions. The training objectives will be to teach communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and conflict management skills. The training objective will be to make the participants familiar with knowledge and understanding of university.
Critical Reading for Value Doris L. Pratt-Everett Walden University September 21, 2013 Critical Reading for Value Assignment Template Name: Doris L. Pratt-Everett Course/Section: EDUC 8760 Date: September 20, 2013 [pic]Assignment: Part 1: Analyze and write a brief evaluation of each article based on the criteria in the article Critically Analyzing Information Sources and the “Stages in Critical Reading of Research Articles” document located in the Module 6 Learning Resources. Write your evaluation as a series of questions and answers. Include a minimum of eight questions for each article and provide a scholarly explanation for each of the questions you develop. 1. What are the author’s credentials?
It must include the following sections and will take the place of a formal final exam. Use this opportunity to reflect on what you have learned about yourself as a problem solver, critical thinker, and leader to complete this assignment. The requirements and the format for your paper are listed below. Section One: You as a Critical Thinker (10 points) In Week 1 you completed a pre-test questionnaire entitled “Are You a Critical Thinker” to help you assess your critical thinking skills at that time. Now that we’re at the end of the class, retake the same questionnaire (See Doc Sharing for your file); however, at this time, complete the post-test column, total your score, and compare the pre- and post-test scores.