Professor Benjamin Paxton
EDUS 300 Final
December 12th, 2015
Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Affirmative action has been a controversial topic in the post-civil war United States and
has just recently been making progress in the eyes
October 20, 2015
Mr. Paxton- EDUS 300
Group Project Proposal
The group project that I am interested in is the relationship between college admissions
and qualifications. Reasons behind this is that we live in a world of equality but the educ
Education reflection paper
September 15th, 2015
EDUS 300-902(Tuesday 4-6:40)
In the modern education system grades are what make the world go round. These grades
are pressed onto the youth at a very young age. Society strongly presses the im
What we do seem to care a great deal about are _standards_and
We want a _collection_of so-called _best_methods that will guarantee
We want a _testing_program that will display the _results_of our e
KAL: Pages 64-69.
The ten (10) rules below will create additional discipline problems for you as a classroom teacher [if you . . .]
A) Expect the _worst_from kids.
B) _Never_tell students what is _expected_of them.
C) Punish and _criticize_kids often.
The Teachers Ten Commandments: School Law in the Classroom
Commandment 1: Thou Shalt Not Worship in the Classroom
In 1971, the Supreme Court ruled in Lemon v. Kurtzman that _ of church and state required that
government action or legislati
KAL: Pages 104-113.
Cheating , the researchers concluded, is as much a function of the particular _situation_in which the student is
_placed_ as it is of his own inner experience and _training_, his general ideas and ideals, his
_fears_, ambition, and
KAL: Pages 227-233:
Orchestrating Multiple Intelligences\
Education policymakers sometimes go astray when they attempt to _integrate_multiple intelligences theory into
_schools_. They mistakenly believe that _teachers_must group students for instructi