LEARNING ACTIVITY 2 INSTRUCTIONS
Portfolios can supplement grades and show supporting evidence of a learners achievement and
growth. You will create a portfolio, establish a rubric, and create a rating form. The portfolio
must be created for a pa
EDUC 606 Course Syllabus
TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS
Focuses on the development of the ability to evaluate and interpret standardized tests, and to
construct, evaluate and interpret the results of teacher-made tests.
Statistics and Probability Dictionary
Select a term from the dropdown text box. The online statistics glossary will display a definition,
plus links to other related web pages.
A scatterplot is a graphic tool used to display the r
Do you really understand the book of Revelation?
Students are introduced to the genre (or mode) of apocalyptic literature by reading the "Book of
Revelation" written by the John the apostle.
A lesson plan for grades 912 English Language Arts and English L
Learning Activity #3: Statistics Problems
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LEARNING ACTIVITY 3 INSTRUCTIONS
This learning activity consists of a variety of problems from Chapters 1315. Include a title page
English Writing Objectives for ELL learners, Grades 6-8
Students will memorize weekly vocabulary for their writing prompts.
Students will complete online flashcards for new phrases and words.
Students will sort vocabulary words into categories such as col
Knowledge Level Objectives for grades 6-8
1.) From memory, the students will be able to label the main characters of the novel.
2.) By the end of the week, students will be able to recite two phrases out of the novel.
3.) Students will be able to identify
DB 2 Learning Objectives
These Knowledge Level Objectives were created for Special Education Math grade
1. Students will be able to estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients of whole numbers.
2. Students will be able to identify a q
A most recent college course that I enjoyed was Elementary Greek Two. Being that the
mode of instruction for this class was primary online via Blackboard, the standard modus
operandi of instruction was the use of web livestreaming blocks of instruction. E
A Critically Analyses of Total physical response (TPR)
In this essay, I will discuss the Total physical response (TPR), and I will review a quick background
about the theorist who develop this theory. Also, I will describe how TPR works and which area
Speech and Language Development
We have covered the basic assumptions of Vygotsky's theory of cognitive development, and
now I want to focus, specifically, on the principles of speech and language development.
According to Vygotsky, speech begins as a mea
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Students: Theres a spoon on the tabte
Students: Theres a book on the table
Teacher: 0n the chair
Students: There's a book on the chair
This kind of patterned drilling has some drawbacks quite apart fro
Check Your Work! Can you get
Bunat Al Ghad Writing Rubric
Picture has lots of color and details.
Picture tells a story
Story uses describing words. Story has
INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING
AND LEARNING MODELS
Learning Outcome (01)
and evaluate significant international models of
teaching and learning whilst considering their implications
for teaching English, Mathematics and Science subjects in
Discussion Board Forum 2
Develop a set of 6 knowledge-level objectives for a unit for grades 68. Then,
develop 6 objectives at a higher level (that is, NOT knowledge level) for grades 912.
Refer to Blooms Taxonomy for cue words
Prompt: Write about any teaching or administration experience you currently have (or
have had in the past). Explain what types of assessments you use in your classroom and your
reasoning for using them. For those who have never taught, recall a class from
Formative Assessment vs.
Assessment OF Learning (Summative)
vs. Assessment FOR Learning
When the cook tastes the
soup, thats formative
assessment; when the
customer tastes the soup,
assessment . Paul Black
Part 1 Designing and Using Summative Assessment
3.1 Characteristics of summative assessment
Review the definition of summative assessment in Unit One (section 1.6.4) and complete the
following reflection task.
In designing summative assessment tas
Learning Activity 1
Tests and Measurements
Submitted by: Amber Garcia
High-stakes is one of the most controversial topics in the educational field today. The
debate over high stakes testing has evolved over the years
The word rhetoric today usually has a negative connotation. It is often used to
refer to the empty language used by politicians and public figures. The original definition,
as found in Noah Websters 1828 dictionary, gives a different idea for thi
1642 Education should be available
Old Deluder Satan Act
No compulsory attendance
Citizens are responsible for school
What does the First Amendment
1. Affective domain Learning that involves emotions and feelings.
2. Analysis A part of the cognitive domain that involves dissecting complex ideas to
study the smaller parts.
3. Application A part of the cognitive domain that involves using the
Subject: American Literature
Title of Textbook: Adventures in American Literature
Grade Level: 11th
Foundational Philosophy: Secular
Appearance: This book has lots of color photos that coordinate with the selections
1. Agnosticism a profession of ignorance, especially in reference to the existence or
nonexistence of God.
2. Anthropology- deals with the study of human beings.
3. Athiesm the theory or belief that there is no God.
4. Behaviorism educational the
Curriculum Evaluation Criteria
The evaluation committee is tasked with examining each of the programs to evaluate its
philosophical base, content and appearance, academic rigor, teacher materials, and cost
Does the philos
Statistics definitions 3
1. Accidental Convenience Sample-participants who are readily available to the researcher
2. Bias-a systematic difference between the characteristics of a sample and a population
3. Hypothetical population-the population to which
Statistics definitions 1
1. Frequency distribution a list of all possible scores on a variable, along with the numbers
of persons who received each possible score.
2. Mean (M) a measure of central tendency that is obtained by the summing the scores in
Statistics definitions 4
1. Matched Samples samples that are set up by matching participants on their scores
2. Repeated Measures a design in which each participant is tested at every point in time or
under every treatment condition
3. Experimental Contro
Statistics definitions 2
1. Sample refers to a subset of cases drawn from the population of interest
2. Population the large group of people or cases that the researcher wants to generalize
3. Representative a sample is representative of a populatio