Reading guide for Test 1
Behavioral theories of learning
Chapter 5 in ODonnell, Reeve, and Smith (3rd Ed.)
Behavioral, Cognitive, and social-constructivist theories of learning
Briefly explain these three approaches to learning, but
Scoring Rubric for Guided Reading Lesson for Second-grade Students
Teacher Candidate: Peer Evaluator: Date Submitted: Sherri Derks Tiffany Dentlinger March 13, 2008 Evaluators
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Remember: Both you and your peer must complete this
Observation and interview Tiffany Dentlinger Interview: For gifted students is there any program? There is no official program but there is Spoof Hound time were students can work on special projects with students at their level. During this time stu
EDUC 66-356: Teaching Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary School Exam I The midterm exam is worth 100 points. Item types include multiple choice, matching, completion, and alternate choice. Review Quizzes 1-6 on eCompanion. Memorize Harris an
17-371-03 Algebra and Geometry Take-home Quiz #10 This quiz is due Tuesday, April 15.
Find the surface area and volume for each of the following figures. Be sure to label your answers! 1. 2.
6 ft 5 ft 5 ft
17-371-03 Algebra and Geometry Take-home Quiz #8 This quiz is due Thursday, April 3. 1. a. Convert 45 Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit:
b. Convert 88 Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius:
Convert the following measures within the metric system
Definition: of or related to the sensation of bodily movement These students will learn better with hands on projects. Learning comes through touching and physical sensation. Demonstration or application works better than words t
17-371-03 Algebra and Geometry Take-home Quiz #9 This quiz is due Tuesday, April 8.
Find the real number corresponding to the midpoint of the segment whose endpoints correspond to P 1.3 and Q = -5.2 M = _
2. Given are the real numbers corr
Intro to cross-cat study guide exam 1 1. What can you say about the needs of students who are at-risk compared to regular ed. students? At risk hove more needs then regular ed. students, but have similar needs as regular students and special ed. stud