• Health Promotion Constant Interaction
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    Health promotion and teaching are important tools for nursing. By promoting health and health teaching, nurses can help lay the foundation for a healthier future. Major Concepts and Definitions Belief-a statement of sense, declared or implied, that is intellectually and / or emotionally accepted as true by a person or group. Attitude-a relatively constant feeling, predisposition, or a set of beliefs that is directed toward an object, a person, or a situation. Value-a preference that is shared an...
  • Student Teaching Paper Students Immediately Teacher
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    Student Teaching Graduate Paper Spring 2004 As the time approached, my attitude toward student-teaching was one of confidence and in some ways overconfidence. I believed that I was equipped with all of the tools necessary to be a superior teacher. Little did I know what truly goes on behind the scenes of a teacher. Between grading papers, attending meetings, and preparing lessons, I would often feel overwhelmed. Still, student teaching would prove to be much more valuable than I anticipated. It ...
  • Interactions Contraindications Side Effects Dosage
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    Thorazine Indications/Use: Acute and chronic psychosis Usual Dosage: 200 mg per day, up to 1 g per day Side effects: Sedation, blurred vision, photo sensitivity Interactions/Contraindications: Hyper sensitivity, pregnancy or lactation Patient teaching/Labs: May cause drowsinessMellarilIndication/Use: Antipsychotic Usual Dosage: 50 - 100 mg 2 x daily, up to 800 mg daily Side effects: Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome, sedation, blurred vision Interactions/Contraindications: Other phenothiazines, diu...
  • Teaching Things Teacher Students
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    1. I have now been a teacher for 2 years and am currently teaching at Einstein middle school. 2. I knew I wanted to teach ever since I was a young girl. I would love playing with my friends, and would always pretend as if I was a teacher and my friends were students. I even had a little blackboard that I would write on and pretend that I knew what I was saying. Eventually I grew a passion for teaching and as I grew older people would always tell me that when I explained things to them they unde...
  • Teaching In 2000 Teachers Change Great
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    Teaching today is a big job. The children of today want to learn but there is so much involved with politics within the state and federal government that it takes time away from teaching. Studies show that grade levels are down, and yet more projects are required for teaching. The class room size is larger and we have less time with students. The pay is not that great for any kind of incentive for children to learn. Some of are teachers are so burned out they should be retired already. The reti...
  • Content Teaching Research Paper
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    Section A - Survey Results  multiple choice By asking students about their situation in school, linked to the teaching-style of their teachers, I found out in which way students are influenced by the way their teachers try to submit the knowledge to them. The survey was supposed to indirectly find out how effective the current teaching-style of the teachers is. For that, the following statements were evaluated by the students (The numbers in parentheses display how much the surveyed stud...
  • Reviewing English In The 21st Century
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    Reviewing English in the 21 st Century Edited by Wayne Sawyer & Eva Gold Designed for teachers of English, Reviewing English in the 21 st Century provides an overview of changes in English teaching in Australia over the last six decades, and the theories behind such changes. This edition also explains current popular theories for teaching English, and suggests methods for implementing them in the classroom. The first section of the book, 'Reviewing', relates how new models of English teaching, s...
  • Teaching School Teacher Article
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    James Lampe Topics of Discussion in Educational Studies read the article "Another Look at what young Children Should Be learning" because the title interested me, how do we decide what to teach and when? Who controls the standards for a school? Is it up to the teacher or is it something that the teachers were told to teach? In many cases I understand that it is a mixture of both the teachers influence and what the teacher is required to do. This makes me think back to my own experiences in schoo...
  • Holocaust History Teaching Event
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    The Holocaust: Does History Repeat Itself The Holocaust was a period in time lasting from 1933-1945, where Adolph Hitler tried to exterminate people that he considered to be inferior to him. He wanted his country to be full of Arians, his perception of the perfect person. An Arian is described as a blonde haired blue-eyed person. More recently, history teachers in Germany are trying to avoid teaching about this event that killed close to 12 million Jews, homosexuals, invalids, and gypsies. Why i...
  • Christians Are To Teach Teaching Jesus Teacher
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    Teaching and teachers have been around for a long time. In the Old Testament, the instruction was provided by the scribes. Even though we don't have an in-depth description of teaching techniques, we do have an idea that the usual method was rote memory. The teacher's role was to communicate the message and the hearer was to recite that same message back to the teacher. Teaching then moved to another phase - this next phase was to arouse the listener's aptitude by presenting problems and to cult...
  • Co Teaching Students Teacher Helps
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    Co-Teaching Co-teaching is where two or more teachers work together to plan, set up and deliver the curriculum to a group of students. For use with Inclusive Classrooms Co-Teaching is often the practice of pairing a special educator with a regular educator in a single classroom. As educators strive increasingly to include students with disabilities in the classroom, the need for regular educators to have greater expertise with students of special needs increases as well. An extra teacher in the ...
  • Personal Statement Education Teaching Teacher Students
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    I would like to pursue graduate studies at Cambridge University so that I can build up a career as a teacher training cross-cultural communicators in UK. On the strength of my scores, I gained acceptance in 1995 into British Columbia University and got a diploma of English Foreign Affairs Translation in 1997. During my 1 year's excellent working in a company after graduation, exercising diligence to give full play to my intelligence, I passed the tough exams in May, 1998 for continuing study as ...
  • Critical Thinking Is Crucial
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    Critical Thinking Is Crucial To Global Success In reference to the article "Critical thinking crucial to global success" It is quite clear cut that the Author has a very strong opinionated belief that the educational system as far as the language field is concerned is inefficient." The method of teaching is monotonous, the teaching material is old, and the teacher has no vision. The subject, accordingly, does not provide students with the required knowledge and skills to develop themselves." In ...
  • Three Domains Of Learning
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    Session 5: The Three Domains of Learning. Setting objectives. This session helped me to see the difference between Aims and Objectives 1 and how I applied them to my teaching notes thus far. Encouragingly, only slight modifications were required. With reference to the Learning Domain the words Cognitive 1, Psychomotor 1 and Affective 1 were familiar to me, but I would not have associated them with teaching in this way. After the words being explained to us I could see that my teaching subject i...
  • Communicative Competence Language Teaching English
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    Introduction This article can be seen as a review of different interpretations of the term! ^0 Communicative Competence! +/- by different authorities, starting with Savignon! s basic communication skills to a more incorporating framework of Communicative Language Ability by Bachman. In comparing what components are included and how they are categorized and sequenced, the article addresses points of confusion in those theories. As concerns the implementation of Communicative Competence as a goal ...
  • Teaching Two Types Of Students
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    5155 5155 1 Professor Chronister Senior Seminar 11 October 2002 Teaching two types of students Teaching elementary students is an extremely problematical, yet pleasurable occupation. There is a massive amount of dedication that goes into it. The students are mainly divided into two different groups: Special E. D. (children with disabilities), and regular students. Though children with disabilities in elementary schools are considered a minority, they do not appear to let the discrimination get ...
  • Blood Pressure Learning Teaching Important
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    Teaching and learning go hand in hand despite their meanings. Teaching is the active process of delivering new information, skills, or behaviors to another person or persons who is motivated to learn them. Learning is the active process of acquiring new knowledge, skills, and behaviors. Both require the willingness of those involved whether it be to teach or to learn. One often does not occur with out the other. Teaching requires the learner who is willing and wanting to learn; learning often r...
  • Education Perspectives Teaching Lesson Techniques
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    Summary Description of the three perspectives: "Y Lectures- We were spoken to by different lecturers about different aspects that directly relate to the teaching that we undertake in our practicum and the teaching we will be doing in our professional lives. We have covered topics such as child protection, teaching strategies, classroom programming and effective classroom management. The lectures included individual tasks combined with group work tasks that required us to work together to accumul...
  • Aids Engl 118 Safe Sex
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    April Aids Engl. 118 April 14, 1996 I. Introduction Thesis- Practicing safe sex is essential in a world where diseases like AIDS exist. II. Body a. There are many forms of safe sex, abstinence being the only 100% effective one. 1. If one chooses to have sex then condom use is very important. 2. The faults of condoms. 3. There is no type of sex that is safe b. Many say that the idea of safe sex is a myth c. There is a lack of education, about AIDS, especially in teenagers. 1. Is it really wort...
  • Article Review Reflection Teaching Students Reading
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    I read Article Review REFLECTION I read the article "High-Wire ACT,' by Meg Lundstrom featured in the May/June 2000 issue of Scholastic Instructor. In the article, a fourth grade teacher from a New York elementary school explains how her students have been successful in reading class. She says that phonics and literature need to be taught to all students. Yet, to develop into good readers, students may need more concentration on one subject rather than the other. According to Meg Lundstrom, usin...