No Child Left Behind

No Child Left Behind - Methods with results Innovation and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  7/9/11 No Child Left Behind Elizabeth Carlson
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 7/9/11 Introduction Teaching styles and the affect of NCLB v Accountability v Flexibility and control v Methods based on Scientific Research v Parental options
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 7/9/11 Accountability Adequate Yearly Progress Benchmarks State and district established goals and  objectives Purpose for accountability Pros; Measure student learning Parental involvement Con; Lesson flexibility Student’s with disabilities
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 7/9/11 Flexibility and Control 50federal funds spent on programs % Without having government approval Consolidate funds State local partnerships Affects to diverse learners
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 7/9/11 Methods based on scientific  research Various teaching methods Fads, bandwagons, and whims
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Unformatted text preview: Methods with results Innovation and advances 7/9/11 Parental Options Lack of meeting goals for two years › parent choose school of choice Fails to meet goals for three years › Qualified for complementary activities 7/9/11 Teacher Qualifications College degree State certification Licensure if not state certified Demonstrates competency 7/9/11 References Rosenberg, M.S., Westling, D.L., & McLeskey, J. ((2007)). Special Education for Today's Teachers: An Introduction . : Prentice Hall. Linn-Benton Community College. (2011). Linn-Benton Community College . Retrieved from http://www.linnbenton.edu/index.cfm?objectId=04A6A4C0-A789-1946-CB1029882F212844...
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