[SOLVED] Theories and Principles in Education

Essay: A critical evaluation of how different learning theories and principles in teaching and learning can influence curriculum design and assessment (2,500 words)

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[SOLVED] English Language Arts Standards

Watch “The English Language Arts Standards: Key Changes and their Evidence” and “The Mathematics Standards: Key Changes and Their Evidence” videos on the Common Core standards. Based on these videos and your required readings in your textbook, which philosophy do you think most closely aligns with the purposes of the Common Core standards? Why? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDzTOyxRGLI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNP5MdDDFPY chapter 3&4 https://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2016/foundations-of-american-education_8e.php

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[SOLVED] Ideology Evaluation

Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The originality report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide.   You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.   Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).   A.  Explain the key elements of the following ideologies and evaluate the appropriateness of the ideology for your instructional setting: 1.  social reconstruction 2.  social efficiency 3.  scholar academic 4.  learner-centered   B.  Develop a personal philosophy of curriculum (addressing the goal of education, the roles of teacher and learners, what students should be taught, and how students will be assessed) that incorporates elements of two or more ideologies from part A. 1.  Discuss how the elements from the two or more ideologies you chose in part B are incorporated within your philosophy of curriculum. 2.  Explain how your personal philosophy of curriculum is appropriate for your instructional setting.   C.  Discuss two strategies (curriculum content or instructional) for implementing your personal philosophy of curriculum into your lesson plans or instructional plans. 1.  Justify the effectiveness of both strategies you discussed in part C.   D.  Acknowledge sources, using APA-formatted in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.   E.  Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

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[SOLVED] Faculty and Community Members

Collaborating with Faculty & Community Members Field Experience Paper Reflect upon the skills necessary to engage in the larger university community political, social, economic, legal, and cultural interactions. Interview 2 students of whom can come from your district or a district other than your own. The contents of these interview are to be described in these sections. Section 1:Collaborating with Faculty and Community Members This section will describe your knowledge to collaborate with faculty and community members by collecting and analyzing information pertinent to the improvement of the school’s educational environment by discussing how you would:1.Use collaboration strategies to collect, analyze and interpret school, students, faculty, and community information? ( Section 2.Communicate information about the school within the community? This section will describe your knowledge to mobilize community resources by promoting an understanding, appreciation, and use of diverse cultural, social, and intellectual resources within the school community by discussing how you would: 1.Identify, use, and mobilize diverse community resources to improve school programs? Section3:Responding Positively to Community Interests and Needs Section 4: Responding Productively to Community Interests and Needs (This section will describe your knowledge to respond to community interests and needs by building and sustaining productive school relationships with community partners by discussing how you would:1.Conduct needs assessment of community partners? 2.Develop effective relationships with a variety of community partners? 3.Involve community partners in the decision-making processes at the school?

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[SOLVED] The Embodied Situatedness of Self and History

Using the readings, address the interplay between the self as researcher but also as the “object” of your studies as a means for deep critical self-reflection. Situate your own self in the context of history, family, community, identities and the process by which those have formed your own educational experiences. Please do not mention your personal race/ethnicity, but rather reflect on yourself in regards to your socioeconomic status, gender, family, and community. 4-5 double spaced pages, 12 size font, Times New Roman, APA citation format. In the paper, address the following questions: How and in what ways have various political and social identities worked to shape your perceptions of the world and your current work environment in relating to people who might be deemed different? How would you work to interrogate your norms of understanding about power and privilege and places where you might be complicit? What might be ways to make micro level changes for macro level transformations? You may pull from the following readings.

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[SOLVED] Beliefs of Approved Educational Theorist

Scholarly Paper Assignment Instructions Describe the ideology/visions/beliefs of your approved educational theorist. Support your analysis with relevant quotations from your readings. Guiding questions include: What are the tenets of the person’s theories? What do these schools of thought enlighten and make ambiguous? What issues or concerns did the theorist seek to address? What solutions are presented? What effects are prospectively presented by the theorist? What consequences are there for not attending to the system of belief? A rubric for the report is located in Doc Sharing .

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[SOLVED] Schemata Theory

write an essay on schemata theory, who are the major theorists and connections you have made. (2 outside sources one text source)APA format text source: schemata enable people to draw generalizations, form opinions, and understand new experiences (Anderson, 1984)

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[SOLVED] Proffesional Standards in Education

Instructions This week, please consider a work-related decision that will need to be made soon at your educational organization. It should not be: A decision that involves personal, family, confidential, or non-education-related matters. A decision that only involves a yes/no answer or simple alternatives such as whether to hold next year’s play day outside or in the gymnasium. A decision that only involves you or very few people. A decision that can be made quickly. A decision that is not a major concern and has no consequences or only minimal consequences. It should be: A decision you will need to make while working in education or a decision that an acquaintance who works in education will need to make. A decision where there are multiple options being considered. A decision that will involve multiple stakeholders like administrators, teachers, parents, the community, etc. These are just suggested stakeholders. A decision that will take significant time to make successfully. A decision that is a major concern to all involved because it will have consequences in areas such as staffing, finances, ethics etc. These are just suggested areas. As you have learned thus far, professional standards, knowledge, skills, and attitudes will have a direct reflection on your area of specialization. Understanding the intricate details of these in your specialization will help you manage and address specific problems in diverse educational organizations. Does your discipline have a professional organization that sets standards for it? Go online to this organization’s website, Facebook, LinkedIn etc. and find examples of professional standards that apply to your discipline as well as knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Fill in the professional standards chart with your findings. Be sure to cite all the websites that you used in proper APA format. If you are not employed in education, you should use the area of education that an acquaintance works in and look up the professional standards, knowledge, skills, and attitudes for that area using appropriate websites and proper APA style. Length: 1 completed decision-making chart and 1 completed professional standards chart.  References: The decision-making chart does not need references as it is a personal item. The professional standards chart requires you to give a reference for each website, Facebook page, LinkedIn page, etc. where you found information about the standards used in your area of specialization.

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[SOLVED] Review Article

1. Should we alter the Constitutional amendment process to make the ratification of amendments like the ERA easier? Why or why not? 2. Should we ratify the ERA? Why or why not?

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[SOLVED] Analytical and Reflective View

The Goal: The graduate relates principles of educational theory to their own personal perspective on education and to present issues and future trends in education.  The goal of Educational Thought Seminar is to expose you to literature on educational theory that will challenge your perspectives regarding the following topic: diversity and issues of fairness in education.   Instructions:  Write a brief essay (suggested length of 2–3 pages) about the first book you read from the attached reading list by doing the following:  A. Summarize the book you read and describe how the book connects to your personal perspective on education. Include specific examples from the book.  B. Discuss how the book relates to diversity in education. C. Relate principles of the book’s educational theory or author’s perspective to current educational practice by doing the following:  1. Identify current educational practices relevant to the content of the book.  2. Discuss how the book’s educational theory or author’s perspective addresses current educational practices. D. . Discuss how the book’s educational theory or author’s perspective applies to the future of education. E. Acknowledge sources, using APA-formatted in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. F. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission. Rubric: A. PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE The description summarizes the book and draws connections to the personal perspective on education, including specific examples. B. CATEGORIES OR TRENDS   The discussion explains how the book relates to 1 of the given categories or trends, including specific, relevant references from the text. C1. CURRENT EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES The submission identifies current educational practices, and they are relevant to the content of the book. C2. THEORY OR PERSPECTIVE The discussion accurately identifies how the book’s educational theory or author’s perspective addresses current educational practices, including specific examples. D. APPLICATION OF THEORY OR PERSPECTIVE TO THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION The discussion includes a specific and logical prediction for how the book’s educational theory or author’s perspective applies to the future of education. E. APA SOURCES The submission includes in-text citations and references for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized and demonstrates a consistent application of APA style Questions to be addressed and answered in the essay: 1. Describe how the book relates to diversity and fairness in education. 2. References from the text regarding above relation. 3. Briefly summarize the main points of the book.  4. Ways in which this book has changed, reinforced, or broadened your personal perspective on education.  5. Describe the educational theory or author’s perspective presented in the book.  6. Describe current educational practices (that you’ve seen or read about) relevant to the content of the book. 7. How did the author (or how do you think the author would) suggest we deal with these current practices? Use your answer from #5 to describe how the author addresses the issue. 8. What future trend in education is suggested or directly addressed by the book? Use your answer for #5 to describe how the book’s theory or author’s perspective applies to the future of education.

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