In this case, Miss Cooper did exactly the right thing. As a teacher, she is a
mandatory reporter and must share any thoughts she has about a childs welfare with
the proper authorities. She was right to try and get Debbies story f
1. What Motivational techniques were mentioned in the vignette about Ralph? Which ones seemed
to be successful? Why?
2. Was Ralph internally motivated? If so why didn't he respond positively to the school situation?
How was intrinsic and extrinsic motivat
Miss Dycus had a great idea for use in the class. If the resources are available
then why not use them? The only unfortunate part is how long it took for her idea to
work. Her ideas of splitting the class into manageable groups,
Case Study 6.2
Upon the burning out of the slide projector light bulb, Mr. Carson was in danger of losing
control of his classroom, but he was prepared for such a circumstance. By
incorporating the map, the globe, and the newspap
Case Study 5.2
Unfortunately for Ms. Jamison, she assumed that her 5 th grade students had prior
knowledge of research techniques, but found out that many were struggling to complete
some of the most basic researching skills. I b
Case Study 4.2
Having a resource person come into the classroom to talk to the students and to
present something he/she knows a lot about would have added to Jerry's unit
substantially. Students are always interesting in talking
Case Study 3.6
In this case, I believe that Miss Patel was correct in having a parent/teacher conference
with Vinetta's mother, however, I believe she approached the entire situation incorrectly.
First, Miss Patel should have spo
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To generate a list reecting the categories with which you identity.
Complete the statement. I am a(n) rather quickly 20 times in the spaces provided below.
DO not think too long about your responses as no answers are right or
Educ HOG-Human Diversity UQM 9 m Dacy 6 n \/
Please respond to the following questions about social class:
1. How would you characterize your familts socioeconomic background? (For
example: Poor, working class, lower middle class, middle class, upper midd
Unfortunately for John, he went about applying for a job in the wrong way. In
order to find a job, he needed to begin looking for openings much earlier. His search
should have begun during his last semester of school and he shou