Yes classes should be mandatory, but to a certain extent; it should only be that a student has to take the basic core classes and then after decide what they want to study. This will individualize the system while maintaining the authority and demands of the school. Individuals are forced into 4 wall prisons for 5 days a week, 7 hours, and 20 minutes “…Laws force kids who would not rather be in school, costs and force an enormous amount of time and trouble” (source E) If classes were not mandatory and self chosen by the students it would divide the people who want to be there and those who don’t care. There would be less of a struggle for a teacher that is attempting to teach an unwilling class forced by a system that demands students to sit through a wasteful lesson vs. a class that has chosen to be there with great interest in that particular
In the first experiment, the task required participants to read the written color names of the words separately from the color of the ink (for example, the participants would read “red” no matter what color the ink was). In the second experiment, participants were required to say the color of the letters separately from the written word with the second kind of stimulus and also name the color of the dot squares. If the word “red” was written in blue, the participants would have to say “blue” and not red. In Stroop’s third experiment, the participants were tested at different stages of practice at the tasks and stimulus used in the first and second experiments, to account for the effects of association. John Ridley Stroop concluded that participants took much longer to complete the color reading in the second task than they
SEC failed at this due to the fact that their product will not operate above 130 degrees F, and that the requirements would not be able to be met without different materials (The Orion Shield Project, 2003). Due to this issue alone, it caused problems with the project, delaying the timeline for completion, increased the amount of resources used and not committing to the stakeholders. Not only did they fail to meet the temperature standard, they also failed to meet the life span expectation. Mr. Allison is responsible for overcoming these technical objectives as project manager of The Orion Shield Project. Ethical Issue: Before even beginning the project, Mr. Allison couldn’t keep his commitment in regards to meeting the temperature requirement.
The questions 1-5 are all closed questions in Ms. Kelley’s questionnaire. They are not worded in the most effective way to be able to obtain the appropriate information she needs related to the behavioral incidents that Global Ed Charter School has been experiencing. The first question asks the teachers and staff to estimate the number of behavior incidents that they have observed, but only for the last two weeks. Since the school year began not too long ago, why not expand the time frame to list all the behavior incidents since the beginning of this school year? The second closed question, question number 2, the wording of the question does not clearly state what she is asking and was confusing for me to try to understand.
c) I don’t believe my organization complies with all of the requirements because I don’t work so this does not apply. d) No one is responsible in my organization to make sure these compliance laws are met because once again I do not work so this does not apply. Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA): a) It is important because it protects kids from pedophiles. b) It impacts your IT environment from possible charges in the case of a child being
Remember, all references listed in the reference page must also be cited in the text. And speaking of the reference page, it had some formatting errors and should have been placed on a separate page. Also, the instructions in the syllabus stated that a minimum of three references should be used in the paper to support the information, but only one reference was used in the paper. For the most part, the rules of punctuation, spelling and grammar were followed and some errors were noted in the paper. The title of the paper was missing on the first page of the text, which was also noted in your week two paper.
What lessons can be learned from Va Tech? (Discuss at least 2) The first and most important lesson would be that we couldn’t judge a person to their full extent. We will never know what they are capable of. Cho, according to “friends” and professors, was just an antisocial person that avoided mostly everyone. If I were in their position the thought of him coming to the campus and killing over 30 people would not have crossed my mind.
These include confirmation inquiry, structured inquiry, guided inquiry, and open inquiry. They suggest that a student should not start with open inquiry because this is the least controlled of all. Rather, they suggest, students should start at confirmation inquiry. In confirmation inquiry, students are provided with the question, procedure, and the results (Banchi & Bell, 2008). Students are merely learning how to collect data and record.
One male student from the class participated but was not included in the data because of technical difficulties. Data collection techniques Participants were told by their instructor that they would be taking two separate personality tests to compare the results of the two with each other. The first test taken was the MBTI, which was to be self-administered via a website and self-reported on a worksheet. Students were given a link to the test and told to bring their scores with them to the next class meeting. The students and instructor used the SPSS computer program to obtain significant data from the results.
Informal Assessments Standardized testing is the preferred way of assessing a student’s performance standardized testing is not appropriate for every student. In New York State alternate assessments are used for every student who is unable to take a standardized test. Whenever a standardized test is modified the test is no longer standardized it becomes an informal assessment. If a student is severely mentally challenged and a standardized test has to be modified by giving the student more time, or substituting the pictures for real objects or photos then the test is informal. Some Special Education Teachers make their own informal assessments and these are referred to as teacher made informal assessments.