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  • Being Useful To Smart And Weak Students
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    Students in high schools have different IQ levels, some are smart, some are average and some are weak. In a mixed group of students, the teacher has to teach in a manner which everybody is capable of understanding. Unfortunately, some students are left in the dark. If the teacher starts teaching at the level of the weak students, the smart students suffer. Conversely, if he teaches at a sophisticated level, the weak students don t understand anything. And sandwiched in between are the average st...
  • Exams In Their Scheduled Class Times
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    There are two types of college students. Ones who were sent to college with mom's and dad's money and the others who work their way through school. There is no doubt that the stress that coming with juggling work and school is higher than average college student. For this working student, there requires a lot of thought, planning and secluding a routine that will satisfy both school and work. Ideally, this can be accomplished, considering the fact that there will be no interruptions throughout t...
  • Discussion Amongst The Students In Class 3
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    The Classroom I was placed in an eighth grade English class that is an inclusion classroom. Inclusion classrooms are general education classrooms that include children with special needs. These classrooms typically have one subject oriented teacher and one special education teacher. The classroom I was assigned to had an English teacher (Mrs. V.) and a Special Education teacher (Mrs. S. ). The English teacher gave the day to day assignments and instructed the class, while the Special Education t...
  • Students Into Low Tracked Classes
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    Between-class ability grouping, which is the practice of lumping children together in separate classes according to their talents and ability level, is ineffective according to many research studies. Research findings claim that, "although ability grouping may have slight benefits for students who are assigned to high track classes, these benefits are balanced by losses for students who are assigned to low-tracked classes. Putting students into low-tracked classes is damaging for a few reasons. ...
  • Teachers And Students
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    Paulo Freire, a Brazilian educator and author of The Banking Concept of Education evaluates the relationship between the teacher and student in the classroom. One specific problem that he points out in the Banking method of education is that students have become containers to be filled by teachers. The more information a student can memorize from class the better the teacher is. Freire believes that there is another way to educate in the classroom that would not only benefit the students but hel...
  • Certain Classes For Students
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    James Bryant Conant James Bryant Conant believed that too many schools, both small and large, were not sufficiently challenging the academically talented. He states that " too many boys were neglecting courses in the humanities in favor of science and mathematics, and too many able girls were avoiding science, math, and foreign languages. ' His philosophy can be reflected in today's society and it has both negative and positive aspects. Many high schools today separate the so called 'academicall...
  • Students Fail Classes In Todays Society
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    How Students Fail Classes In todays society there are many things that people have to do even though they dont really want to. An example would be going to school. Many students dont want to, but they believe they have to to help their chances in excelling in the world. However, some really dont care about school. As a result, a large percent of students fail their classes, which is a major problem in todays society. Not coming prepared for class, having trouble paying attention in class, and ha...
  • Class Classroom Procedures Entering The Classroom Students
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    Classroom Management Plan for Day one of class (for grades 7-12) Classroom Procedures Entering the Classroom Students will come into the classroom quietly and in an orderly fashion without running. They will unload their backpacks as quickly and quietly as possible and begin to prepare for the day. End of Class Dismissal Students will be allowed to leave the classroom only when the teacher says so. The students will leave the classroom quietly and in an orderly fashion without running or shoving...
  • Research On Smaller Class Sizes
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    In 1998, President Clinton sparked a debate when he "proposed the first national effort to reduce class size in the early grades". People who supported this proposal argued that the result of smaller classes (especially in the younger grades) would be more effective teaching and learning and higher student achievement. Critics say reducing class size is costly and that decreasing class size does not mean that teacher effectiveness will improve, and other less expensive alternatives could be used...
  • Same Classes In High School
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    High School vs. College After going to high school for four years, college is definitely a step up. There are similarities, but at the same time more differences. There is still some required classes and homework, but they are different at the same time. Classes in college are bigger as well as the campus, class times vary a lot more, homework takes more time, and the teacher / student communication is a 180 degree change from high school. In high school, classes are usually no larger than 25 st...
  • Students
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    BEST TEACHER DESCRIPTION by Dr. Glen W. Probst There are many characteristics, techniques, etc. that make for a successful teacher. These may be as varied as the teachers themselves. However, there are certain time-tested attributes, characteristics, and practices which contribute immensely to teacher success. The following list contains items that students have used to describe their best teachers. 1. Enthusiasm Students can feel the excitement Students easily detect the teacher's love for job ...
  • Number Of Students In Class
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    Many public schools use flunking a student as a regular policy to keep up good quality education in their particular school. While faced with the possibility of being flunked, a student will, without a doubt study harder. But, if schools used policies like, a decreased class size, a mandatory dress code and shortened summer vacation time, students will receive an even better education. First of all, let us examine the idea of a decreased class size. When the number of students is reduced from th...
  • Co Teachers And Students
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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 ...
  • Variations Of The Copernican Plan
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    These days public school districts seem to be under attack for their quantity not quality education standards. These school districts face big problems in attempting to deliver quality education to their customers, the students. How can a school district enhance the quality of time that students spend in the classroom, provide more time for collaboration and coordination among it's professional staff members, promote continuous professional development, and do so with as few dollars as possible ...
  • Classes's Students
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    In this dot-com era, college students have been attending classes less and less due to the progressing interest in the internet. It is imperative that students obtain the ethical stamina, to get in the routine of attending class regardless of the circumstances. Many professors put their lecture notes online making the student feel they don't need to attend. There has always been temptation on college campuses, but with classes notes being online, students are seduced into the skipping class, and...
  • Long Hours Help Students
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    Imagine a person whose life is filled with so many activities and duties that he or she must schedule time just to hang out and be social. You, parents and teachers of working and full time college students, can imagine how chaotic life would be if different events filled your entire schedule. That scenario is exactly what students must go through every day of a school year and still try to keep their heads high. Students' lives are not all about having fun, but rather hectic. Through the events...
  • America's High School Students
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    The Lives of Italy's High School Students Students at American high schools take for granted being able to choose what classes they want, she said. Italian students don't have that luxury. They do not get to choose their classes. They can choose the school that they go to, but their classes are chosen for them. The pretty much know what classes they are going to take because they researched the school before they chose to study there. If they don't like the classes they have they are free to mov...
  • Lower Class Student At Xuhs
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    Social Class Data Analysis "Class distinctions and conflict are ever present in the ongoing life of school, and there is a dominant / subordinate delineation in adolescents' thinking about social classes" (Brantlinger, 1995). While the statistical data that was collected from Xavier University High School (XUHS) does not generally support Brantlinger's conclusion, students at XUHS are aware of class distinctions. XUHS is a college prep school and tuition for the 2002-2003 school year is $6,745 p...
  • Of The Classes The Students
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    In my opinion, the school's goals should begin with providing students the necessary knowledge and experiences to help contribute to our society. The school needs to make its best effort to keep the students interested in what they are doing so they don t get bored and lose interest in what they are working to accomplish. Numerous extracurricular activities should be provided so that the student's can get involved with their school in many different ways. Somehow, school needs to become a place ...
  • Student With Autism
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    Observation Observation Report Christopher Tipping Observation Report Dr. Kibris April 26, 1999 During the month of March, I observed a special education classroom at East Elementary School. This was a third grade class containing only disabled students. Although this class was labeled a third grade class, the students were on different levels in certain subjects. Most of these students suffered from learning disabilities as well as behavioral disorders. There was one student who suffered from a...

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