Unit One Mastery Assignment
Final Mastery Paper and Assessment
1. Discover the key to getting more control
of your life!
2. Find time for that which matters most to
3. Put togethe
This weeks lab was a lot of fun, the balloon part especially. I think that would be
a good way to get students involved. Its always great when we get to do experiments,
even if they arent very difficult. I think this was a gre
Reflection 8 + 9
Identifying variables is one of the most important parts of science. If you dont
know what is going to be affected or what is being changed then you cant get anything
from the experiment. This lab helped me see just how man
I remember that my fourth grade math teacher told us that when he was studying to be
a teacher he was told he would only be teaching metric yet he was still teaching mostly
English. Other than that all I remember is thinking it
My group worked well together. We are a large group and there was one person
that didnt seem to take much part but he also didnt have his book. We all seemed to
get along and there wasnt anyone who really took over the group. I
August 4, 2011
Week One Reflection
My science education was good. I do not remember much about science in elementary
school. I just remember in middle school how much my science teachers loved it. They were
great at making it fun and g
Objective 5.1: Understand how language develops and know how to support
Language in humans develops fairly smoothly, as children have a mastery of the
sounds of their native language by the age of five. Young children may understand and
Final Exam Study Guide
What are educational psychology distinctive concerns?
Deviation IQ score
3.1) Describe general trends and group differences in physical development through
childhood and adolescence.
During early childhood, fine motor skills also improve, gross motor skills and childrens
brains develop, and increased activity leads to better b
Describe the key elements of and changes to the No Child Left Behind Act.
Priorities of NCLB include having yearly standardized tests for students of grades 3-8
and up to high school to evaluate progress and forcing schools to create adequate yearly
Actions speak louder than words
65 90% of our communication comes from nonverbal
But . . . often we are unaware of our own nonverbal signals
Nonverbals can include:
UNDERSTANDING AND WORKING WITH STUDENTS AND ADULTS FROM
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER:
1. Poverty is relative.
2. Poverty occurs in all races and countries.
3. Economic class is a continuous line, not a clear-cut distinction.
4. Generational p
Children need encouragement like a plant needs water.
- Rudolf Dreikurs
recognize ability to
control own life
ACTIVE LISTENING AND PARAPHRASING
Definition of active listening: Listening to others cognitive and affective messages in a way
that encourages them to share relevant ideas, opinions and feelings. The listener should also
communicate that the speakers mes
Acts on an assumption that our job as teachers is not to tell students what
to do, but help them learn to do the appropriate thing themselves.
Help us state difficult issues clearly and descriptively
Lets students know the effect their actio
Where does your time go?
Estimate the number of hours you spend each week on the following activities. When you are finished,
subtract your total hours from 168, the number of hours in a week. How much time is left? How will you
use this time?
AT RISK STUDENTS
I. The term refers to students who are risk for not completing high school. It was taken from a
1983 report on education entitled a Nation at risk. In theory it relates to all students who are at
risk of not completing their education due
Exceptional Students: Students who need changes in the
methods, procedures, curriculum, or environment of
school to be successful.
II. Special Education (SpEd): Students who need changes due
to disability. The categories for SpEd can be found on
the web o
CULTURE, DISABILITIES AND
Parents/family and support systems
The above is the most important variable in a childs success in school.
a. From the earliest research on school performance the role of family
and support systems has been part of the background but rarely list
as a vari
AUTISM, ASD, PDD?
Most parents of autistic children suspect that something is wrong by the time the child is 18 months old and seek
help by the time the child is age 2. Children with autism typically have difficulties in:
K205 REVIEW 2
Know what an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) is and who it is developed to assist.
Know what ages and differences are part of early childhood special education.
Understand the challenge of the concept that all children in spec
K205 REVIEW 1
Special Education (Sp Ed) is a branch of education concerned with the instruction of students,
with disabilities, who need accommodations, adaptations, or modifications, to traditional
education methods and/or curriculum. These students rece
I. Future story coma- IQ score 20- cant dress eat- leave
a. Definition: 1. IQ score under about 70
2. Significantly below average adaptive skills.
3. Started before 18th birthday
C Diff Abstract
Reference: Headley, C. (2012). Deadly Diarrhea: Clostridium Difficile Infection.
Nephrology Nursing Journal, 39(6), 459-468.
Diarrhea is often only a minor inconvenience, but sometimes it can be deadly especially if it