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    What can the washington dc schools teach us

     

    A mix of political power and extreme poverty, the Washington DC Public Schools face a struggle that epitomizes the state of education in this country. While the elite and affluent live in the best districts, or send their children to private schools, many students in the Washington, DC Schools function in poverty and need. Why does this matter? The discrepancy between the haves and have-nots in the Washington, DC Schools mimics that which has led to the glaring racial achievement gap in the country. Recently, studies reporting on the gap percentages in all states have gotten a lot of attention. Also, reports on the correlation between income and achievement have received a lot of press. Although I don’t think any jaws are dropping; the question for Washington, DC schools isn’t if poverty leads to low achievement, it’s what to do about it. Methods in the Washington, DC Schools The initiatives that the Washington, DC Schools implement are an important barometer for the rest of the schools in the country. If efforts work, they will be duplicated. If they fail, it is a cause for concern, and considered a waste of money. Vouchers are one big issue. Due to declining enrollment in the Washington, DC public schools, and a desire to offer school choice to low-income students, a federal program offering $7,500 school vouchers was offered to needy students in the Washington, DC Schools. Not everyone is fond of this method because they are afraid it will actually encourage more students to leave the Washington, DC Schools for charter or private schools. Many feel this could degrade the quality of the system. Ironically, this is the same concern when affluent and educated families leave the public school system. The Washington, DC Schools loose both per pupil funding and the most involved parents when this happens. Vouchers may exacerbate the situation. However, this may be just the thing to motivate schools to improve. Just like in business, competition can be a good thing. Needed Construction in Washington, DC Schools Washington, DC Schools are also a mirror to the nation is in terms of adequate space and buildings. As old schools deteriorate, the district is challenged to renovate them. Recently, this became a focus of the district. 120 schools are either being renovated or built at this time. Part of the effort involves reconfiguring these Washington, DC Schools for better efficiency. For instance, feeder 6-8 middle schools are being put on campuses with the appropriate high school. The location of administrative offices and special education facilities are being reconsidered to make better use of the space, and to better meet the children’s needs. Other districts around the country are following the results of these changes closely. The successes and failures of the Washington, DC Schools will have consequences felt by a lot of students in the nation.

         
    What does homeschooling mean to me

     

    What does homeschooling mean to me? It has become such an integral part of who we are as a family, that it would be difficult to analyze it separately. It truly has become our way of life. Homeschooling means I spend more time with my children - all of them, not just the little ones. My older kids attended a "regular" school for several years before we started homeschooling, and I always felt out of touch with what was going on in their lives. We were growing apart, both figuratively and literally. Why has society accepted that parents should want to be with the babies and toddlers, but once the kids reach school age, we're supposed to prefer to not have them around? I didn't have children in order to send them off to spend their day with some other adult. I didn't feel that way when they were born, and I don't feel that way today. I deeply enjoy each and every one of my children, and I love having them with me every day. Homeschooling means we are free to discuss our faith openly, and apply it to all areas of life and study. God is not relegated to only Sunday school, or even only Religion class. History is full of faith-filled people whose actions and ideas were directly related to their faith, including the founding fathers of our country. I really don't see how one could teach about how America began without mentioning God. Science is in reality a study of God's creation. How can one look at such an amazing world and not appreciate the Source of all? Writing and reading can include faith-related topics. When dealing with discipline issues, God and His teachings can be included in the discussions. It would seem unnatural for a person of any faith to spend their entire day forbidden to mention their God. Homeschooling means I have an incredibly open and close relationship with my two teenagers. They will talk to me about anything, and are not embarassed to be seen with me or our whole family. We laugh together, and actually enjoy each other's company. My sixteen-year-old daughter and fourteen-year-old son have become great friends to each other. They have not been made to feel that parents are irrelevant, or the enemy. More time together means we know each other much better. Homeschooling means I know, and select, which books my children read and learn from. I am also aware of, and guide, the topics of discussion. I don't have to wonder what "life lessons" they are picking up at recess, on the school bus, or even in class. I choose when they learn certain things, when they are ready (and it has been at a different age for each of them). I plan and direct their education, a level of involvement which is very important to me. Homeschooling means my children can progress through their studies at their own pace. When they learn something quickly, they can just move on. When they need more time with something, we can slow down to make sure they master it. And I know right away when they need more help. Problems are not hidden until they become major issues; we can take care of them right away. I know and love my children better than anyone else, so their success is paramount. Homeschooling means my older kids get to see the younger ones grow and develop. They were just as amazed to hear the youngest laugh for the first time as I was. Everyone is learning more about child care, and patience, and putting the needs of others ahead of their own. These are life skills that are important for anyone. Homeschooling means a more relaxed daily schedule - OUR schedule - which results in less stress. Our day is flexible; we can schedule appointments at less busy times. We don't have to get up before dawn to catch a bus at 6:50 am. I really don't think anyone should have to be out of bed while it is still dark out. :) Homeschooling means more free time to pursue other activities. We can finish a day's work in less time since we don't have to continually organize a classroom of 20 or 30 students, or spend time walking up and down long hallways. Homeschooling means we can visit DisneyWorld during the off-peak times, instead of fighting crowds of people stuck to school vacation schedules. Homeschooling means, on the other hand, living in a house that is never quite all clean. Having six children home all day, every day, creates more mess (especially in the kitchen), and makes it more difficult to keep up with the cleaning, laundry, etc. It doesn't bother me as much as it did at first, because I had to set priorities. The education and growth of my children come first. They do help with chores, but not at the expense of schoolwork. Every couple of days, when I reach my limit, everyone takes a break and cleans up. But until they all move out, there will still be some mess. Homeschooling means I can slow down and live in the present moment when necessary. I have grown to really appreciate the time I have with my younger children, taking a few minutes at any time to watch them take such joy in each new skill they learn. I definitely feel less rushed since we started homeschooling, and I am able to be there for each small, yet monumental moment in the life of a child. Homeschooling means, in short, more time and opportunity to fully live out my vocation of motherhood. [Please don't misconstrue my words to imply that these things are not possible for anyone who does not homeschool. This has been a discussion of what homeschooling means to ME. Every family is unique; every family has their own path to follow in finding what is best for them.]

         
    What does your online degree tell employers about you

     

    The saying “You’ve come a long way, baby” could not be more true than in the world of distance learning. From the early days of correspondence courses and mail-order degrees to the explosive growth of classes offered by traditional academic institutions via the Internet, the face of education has changed dramatically. Even the most prestigious traditional universities now offer some form of distance learning opportunity. As the popularity of online education and enrollment in distance learning courses has grown exponentially, so has its reputation as a viable learning method. Acceptance of online degree programs is on the rise, and many businesses now hire applicants with online degrees or provide tuition reimbursement to current employees pursuing online degrees. Today’s employers are concerned with results. What you learned and how you can apply your knowledge to a career in your chosen field is far more important than how you acquired the knowledge. Employers also value innovation and flexibility – key traits for distance learners. So what will your online degree tell current and prospective employers about you? • You are independent. With no class schedules or deadlines, self-paced learners must be able to work independently to achieve their goals. • You possess technical skills. Online learning environments require students to have good computer skills. Your online education demonstrates that you know how to use the Internet, word processing, and other software applications. • You have reasonably good writing skills. In order to be a successful distance learner, you must be able to write intelligently and coherently. Today’s employers place a high value on employees or job candidates who know the importance of good writing. • You can communicate via electronic media. You know how to use email, electronic bulletin boards, and chat to communicate with instructors and fellow students. • You are self-disciplined. Successful distance learners are organized and disciplined. They know how to schedule their time and move forward their goals and objectives. • You are highly motivated. Self-motivation is an essential trait for learners in non-traditional environments. • You are geared toward continual improvement. “Continual improvement” is a buzzword in today’s business environment, and it applies to individuals as well as businesses. Your thirst for continual improvement is evident in your determination to earn your degree. • You are committed to achieving your goalsmitment – following through, pursuing your studies, and performing the required course work to earn your degree – is clearly part of the makeup of distance learners. Almeda University is an online educational institution offering Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degree programs in Arts, Sciences, Business Administration, and more. Almeda fills a growing need among mature students for distance learning with credit for life experience, at a cost far below traditional learning institutions. Almeda University is an online institute that has been serving the international community since 1997. Over the past 10 years, Almeda has evolved to educate an expanding population through cutting edge curriculum design based on our students' needs and professional service. Almeda University is ideal for many people seeking advanced education because of the wide range of Associates, Bachelor's and Master's degrees offered through diverse fields, including business, arts and sciences, and most technical fields.

         
    What educational toys do kids actually enjoy playing with

     

    As parents and educators, it can be a challenge to find educational toys kids enjoy playing with. A great educational toy needs to achieve that perfect balance between being fun to play with and educational at the same time. Toy manufacturers try to come up with enjoyable and educational electronic toys, as well as more traditional toys. But the big question is, are any of these toys they successful? The fact is, there are so many different kinds of toys out there that it can be hard to decide which is right for your child. Not to mention the fact that each child has their own personality, interests, and strengths. With all this is mind, how can you really find educational toys kids will enjoy playing with? Let Them Test the Toy It is important that you let your child test the toy out in the store first, especially if the educational toy is expensive. What happens if you buy an educational toy and then they don’t like it? You may or may not be able to return it at that point. You can save yourself time and money by finding a store that has a good policy about letting children try before they buy. Read Reviews and Ask Others Another good way to find toys that kids enjoy playing with is to read reviews and ask other parents what their children like. There are certain toys that have an almost universal appeal. If you find several parents who rave about a certain product, it will likely work for your child. However, it is still a good idea to have them test it. Work With their Personality Another key thing to understand when looking for the right educational toys for your child is to find toys that fit with their personality. For example, if you know that your child does not typically enjoy electronic toys, chances are they still won’t like the latest educational electronic toy even if several parents rave about it. Test their Limits Children like to be challenged. A great toy or game will challenge them in such a way that will build their self esteem and keep them interested. The right electronic game, for example, will build the challenge into the game. You win the game by learning new skills. The right toy will balance those two goals. If you want to find educational toys that your kids will enjoy playing with, the best thing to do is have them test it out. Just because a toy will help them learn does not mean that they won’t have fun with it.

         
    What exactly is homeschooling

     

    Homeschooling is really quite simple. It’s a process where parents have accepted the responsibility of educating their children as opposed to having them go through a public or private school system. Parents who are considering or have made the decision to homeschool have taken a deep interest in their child’s education and are committed to having the home becoming the point of their child’s education. Homeschooling parents are tasked with not only with their child’s educational experience but now also have solely taken on the child’s emotional, physical, and mental development as well. Homeschoolers enjoy flexibility to the degree that they can tailor the child’s learning experience and curriculum to more closely match the genuine interests of their child. Parents can also tailor their teaching style in a way that is most beneficial to how their child learns as opposed to the one size fits all of the public schools; whereas public institutions involve many people in the curriculum and learning process of all the children as opposed to the individual well being of each child. A parent’s natural love for their child is a great motivator for insuring the child’s academic and life long successes. Homeschooling is about the success of the child. If or when children struggle with a concept in the public school system, many times the first approach is for the child to arrange to have some additional one on one time with the teacher… with homeschooling it’s all about one to one (or at least one to a lot less) learning with the child. This is why in many cases home schooled children advance through modules and curriculums at a much quicker pace yet learning and retaining more. With each subject covered there in infinitely more time and flexibility available to ensure the child reaches their full potential of learning. Conversely, when a home schooled child struggles with a particular subject, time and attention can be allotted until the proper competency level has been reached. Contrary to some lines of thinking, homeschooling isn’t about isolation nor is it encouraged. In fact, most homeschooling parents use resources in and around their community at great length not only for social experiences but field trips and learning experiences as well. In fact, home schooled children have much more opportunity to explore various areas and business of their community because they are not restrained by the scheduling of a public school structure. Homeschooling is more than just the academic education of a parent’s child. It is also about forming close family relationships and parental bonding with their children. It means parents can pass along the values and judgments that closest to them along to their children without the undue and heavy peer pressures that would surround their environment within a school building. There is no greater love than that between a parent and their children and parents who are exercising their right to homeschool their children are merely extending their love and desire for their children to succeed.

         
    What future undergrads ought to know about student loans and online resources

     

    Navigating the student loan process can be a challenge, starting from ground zero. Since the federal government got in the student loan business in 1965, something like 65 million Americans have taken advantage of it. There have been several bills run through Congress over the years, creating a variety of loan programs - for students, vets, returning students, and so forth. The primary government online resource for information on government student aid is ed. gov/about/offices/list/fsa/index. html. For basic information on what is available through federal programs, perhaps the most basic resource is the Department of Education's site entitled "Funding Education Beyond High School: The Guide to Federal Student Aid". It is a comprehensive resource on grants, loans, and work-study programs which are the three major forms of aid available through the Department's Federal Student Aid office. This material tells you about the programs and how to apply for them. studentaid. ed. gov/students/publications/student_guide/index. html. In order to qualify for any sort of federal assistance and for most privately underwritten financial support, including that which comes through the school's financial aid office, you're going to need a FAFSA score. This ranking is produced through the process of filling out a FAFSA application and submitting it to the U. S. Department of Education, which returns a valuation that shows how much loan money you will be eligible for and how much your parents are expected to provide in support. So the best place to begin your application process is through the FAFSA site: fafsa. ed. gov/. You can make an electronic application from their website. Apart from the standard federal student loans, there are several campus-based federally financed opportunities for students. Extensive information on work-study and other federal money available through the campus financial aid office can be found at cbfisap. ed. gov/CBSWebApp/welcome. jsp. It's going to ask you to go through a registration process but it's probably worth your time. Putting together education money is often a process of assembling a number of working parts. For many students, that includes camping outside the campus financial aid office and getting to know the counselors inside. It pays to know what they have to offer. Don't be shy: they expect to see you coming. There are many online sites that offer a combination of information and loan applications. Many of these sites address issues such as loan consolidation and other debt considerations. One site that is highly informative about the loan process and the programs available and that includes a list of potential private lenders is edfund. org/edfund/edfundmenu. html. This is a non-profit site that can break down some of the detailed components in the loan process; it helps to be able to sort through the details on a non-governmental site. To their credit, the Federal Government has recognized that the cost of education and the subsequent debt has overwhelmed millions of graduates. The Department of Education has a loan consolidation program with a variety of payment plans, a lot of flexibility, and the ability to avoid using a commercial lender. They have a website devoted to their services at loanconsolidation. ed. gov/. The Department develops a weighted interest rate based on any commercial loans you have outstanding, caps it at 8.25 percent and offers four different payment plans. There are also a multitude of commercial lenders that offer student consolidation loans, but be careful of artificially low interest rates that can accelerate through an adjustable rate program much like a mortgage. Before you venture into the commercial refinancing arena, see what the Department of Education has to offer.

         
    What happens when there s no public school choice

     

    I marveled at the size of Trenton Central High School when I toured the facility on a public tour. It is 380,000 square feet; to put that in perspective, imagine three anchor stores in a suburban shopping center stacked one atop the other. Trenton Central High is the seventh most populous secondary school in the Garden State. With nearly 2,800 students, it has the fourth largest enrollment among urban high schools; among New Jersey's high schools, only Elizabeth High, Dickinson High (Jersey City) and Eastside (Paterson) enroll more students. The 75 year-old building has character, as well as a theatre that might have been envied on Broadway half a century ago and a swimming pool that was probably state of the art in its day, but there are the problems that you might expect to find in a structure that's lasted so long. The problems do not stop there; the building is just the tip of the iceberg for this troubled school. The Trenton public school system is "in need of improvement" district-wide under No Child Left Behind, and has entered the later years where the school board and administrators must consider options for restructuring elementary, middle school and secondary education. Trenton Central High School has failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) under this federal act for the past five years. The Daylight-Twilight High School, also a Trenton public school, is in similar straits. Under No Child Left Behind, AYP is based on scores from standardized mathematics and English-language arts examinations. In New Jersey, the bar, or pass rate, is raised each year, with a goal towards 100% proficiency, regardless of race, special education or economic circumstances. When a school fails to meet AYP, No Child Left Behind implies several possible remedies: restructure the school, change the management, privatize the school or convert it into a charter school. Parents must also be offered the option to transfer their children to another public school within the same district that has made AYP, or to arrange for tutoring for their children at the district's expense. That leads me to one major concern: what happens when students and their parents have no options - because their local public high school is the only one in town, or they have none that consistently met AYP? I do not have to look far beyond the Trenton suburbs to find communities in a similar predicament. Three communities that surround Trenton: Ewing, Hamilton and Lawrence Township face the same dilemma. I am not naпve enough to believe this problem is unique to New Jersey. The problem is not as much with the schools as it is with No Child Left Behind - the act uses proficiency as the basis for public policy. The measurement of the success or failure of any high school cannot solely be based on student performance on high stakes standardized tests. High school students are not the same; they have different ambitions, they do not take the same classes, and they have the option of leaving school after they turn 16. Proficiency can be one performance measure for a high school, but it cannot be the be-all, end-all, for-all. Moreover, No Child Left Behind offers no incentives for a school to perform better, only threats of embarrassment; the annual list of schools that fail to make AYP merely angers residents and parents, and it only validates that perception of a bad school is reality. A better policy would recognize and reward students who have become more than proficient, and acknowledge a high school's accomplishments on a broader set of measures that use the tests that their students already take, such as: • SAT scores: Since people continually mock the intelligence of college football players, why not use their entrance standards as a baseline to find out how many students qualified for college admissions? The NCAA Clearinghouse guidelines for student-athletes could be converted into a performance matrix of grade point averages and test scores. The Clearinghouse guidelines are not only quantifiable; they are also more stringent, as more than 750 four year colleges do not even require the SAT for admissions. High scores and high grades would be assigned the highest point value, low scores and low grades would obviously be rated lower. Such a matrix might give principals and school board members a sense of the students they are sending on to college. • The Armed Force Qualification Test (AFQT) within the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) scores for students who choose military service: according to Military's website, the AFQT is a test of arithmetic reasoning, math knowledge, word knowledge and paragraph comprehension. That sounds much like a standardized test. Since schools are required to supply student information to the military under No Child Left Behind, the armed services should have no problem sharing the pass/fail rates of the students who take their test. • Pass rates on licensing examinations, if the school offers pre-professional or vocational training. This is obvious, as the goal of the training programs is to help students pass. • Proficiency/advanced proficiency on state-required high school examinations such as New Jersey's High School Proficiency Assessment or New York State's Regents Examinations. I would add two other measures to the list: the reduction in the dropout rate and a redefined graduation rate. Beyond age 16, the definition of grade level takes on different meaning depending on the high school. While well-to-do school districts are likely to have a very high three or four-year graduation rate, others that serve economically disadvantaged students will have students who must juggle school, work and family responsibilities. They are less likely to graduate "on-time," but it is completely wrong to label them failures when they are dealing with their own reality. The important thing is that high school principals should have access to the graduation rates for each freshman and transfer class that enters their school, just as college admissions officers do. They should also know why students leave and whether they graduated from another school after they left. These measures, when combined in some index, would do more than indicate whether a high school is "good" or "bad;" they would show the direction that their students were headed — and if they did, or did not succeed. If the school is the only game in town, then educators may use this information for curriculum development, or work out agreements that offer their students real choices, even if they must transfer to another school. I doubt that there would be any argument between educators, parents and politicians that the SAT's or professional and vocational test batteries are already high stakes tests for high school students. We need to know what our high school students want to do, whether it is college, employment, military service or family responsibilities, and help them get there. We do not need more standardized tests to give high schools pass-fail grades; their students already take enough of them to get ahead in their lives.

         
    What is a diploma

     

    A diploma is a piece of paper which shows proof or certification that a person has finished or graduated from a degree offered by a government recognized educational institution. The details found in a diploma are printed on a letter size parchment paper, a translucent-type of paper usually off-white in color. On the paper, the information printed includes the name of the institution, the name of the graduate, the written pledge, date awarded, and signatures of the authorized school representatives usually the principal or dean. Any studying students who are willingly eager to finish their school can acquire a diploma. Students from different levels like pre-school, elementary, secondary, tertiary, and graduate studies can have this diploma. As long as they are able to finish the required number of units and other essential requirements, they will be eligible for the awarding of this certification. Acquiring a diploma takes time to be awarded to a student. It will take years before you can acquire the proof of your education. One has to enroll first to a level in which a person is eligible for enrolment. Then, he or she has to pass all the courses. Course rating does not really matter as long as he or she gets the minimum passing mark. When everything has been completed, the student will just wait for the scheduled graduation ceremonies. This event will award all the graduates the diploma and guarantee that they have completed the course. Each level has different criteria on how a diploma can be issued to a student. For Pre-school, the average students’ age range normally from 3-6 year old toddlers. If the parents think their child is capable of going to school, then they can enroll him or her. Usually, this takes 3 years to complete for a normal enrollee. A student has to finish pre-school level, kindergarten level and preparatory level. After the last level, a diploma will be awarded. This is usually a requirement when entering the elementary level. For elementary level, the average students’ age range normally from 6-13 years old. Usually a pre-school diploma is a pre-requisite but not most of the time. As long as the student can pass the entrance exam, he or she is eligible as elementary student. Elementary level takes six or seven years to finish. For every level, almost the same subjects are taken for each level but the topics are getting more advanced. Some subjects are added from a lower to a higher level. When the person meets all requirements, he or she obtains an elementary diploma. For secondary level, the average students’ age range normally from 12-17 years. This is commonly a four-year course, which offers a more advance knowledge than elementary level. A student must be a graduate from elementary level to be accepted in this level. More subjects are offered and classes almost occur the whole day. A graduate of this level will be granted with a high-school diploma. For tertiary level, the average student’s age start from 16 years old and above. Any person with high-school diploma is eligible for a tertiary education. A student must choose which field he or she wants to pursue. Offered degrees may vary in duration depending on the number of units required. The entire curriculum may take 3-5 years to complete. A student who graduates from tertiary level will receive a diploma stating that he or she finishes the chosen field of study. Tertiary diploma serves as passport for employment or for the next level of studies. For graduate studies, age does not matter as long as the student has a tertiary diploma. Students from this level take a master’s degree, doctorate degree or law. It usually takes another 2 years to complete a course. But for doctorate degree, the duration takes another 4 years or so depending on the specialty he or she is pursuing. Diploma is important because it serves as pre-requisite from one level to another. It also becomes a passport to one’s chosen career in the future. Lastly, it guarantees a person that he has undergone years of training and education to become a better person of the society where he belongs.

         
    What is a good lesson plan

     

    Even the best teachers often struggle with writing a high quality lesson plan that will allow them to teach to the best of their ability. Plans that are not well organized or clear in their direction can be hard to follow and the educational experience of the students suffers as a result. Many teachers are required to write their plans in advance, and this can be good and bad. Teachers often rush through the process to get the plans into their supervisor, but then they suffer later on when they attempt to teach from the plan. There are many different tools to help teachers prepare their lesson plan including planning books, templates, and forms. How well any of these plans will work for you is based on how dedicated you are to using the format provided. Writing lessons requires organization, and even if you use these tools and you are not organized, you may find that they do not help all that much. At the end of the day, if you are a teacher that has to write your own lessons, you might find that you are tired, exhausted, and just frustrated by the process. Many teachers benefit from some of the programs that are on the market today that actually provide ready made lessons. This can be very helpful for teachers that just need a break or need something to guide them through the lesson plan writing process. Some of these aren’t all that great, but there are a few products that are of superior quality. Programs that are written for teachers by teachers, so you know that all of the information is valid and something you can work with for your students, is the best choice. You do not want to simply work with something that is written by someone who does not know much on the subject. Another great aspect to utilizing a lesson plan program based around computers is that it can introduce computers into every classroom setting. Many students never work with computers or see the validity of them until they take a computer class or until younger students become much older. Teaching from a computer will show your students that there is a place for them in every classroom, despite the subject at hand. This enriches the educational experience because students may learn something that they didn’t know before and that is that computers can be an important asset in every educational environment.

         
    What is a good teacher lesson plan

     

    Writing a new and innovative teacher lesson plan for every class can be tiring, and many teachers report that this is their least favorite part of their jobs. Unfortunately, most public schools require that teachers work from plans instead of just from the top of their head. The reason for this is consistent education and, while most teachers understand this, it doesn’t make the lessons any easier to write. Luckily, there are many tools available that will help even the most frustrated educator create better lessons. Many teachers will attempt to take courses on how to write a better teacher lesson plan. This is a great way to get some templates or forms to help with the process. If nothing else, many teachers find that they need to be better organized when writing their plans. Organization is key to making the lessons flow and be something that teachers would not only submit to their supervisors but would also be proud to teach to their students. Well written lessons don’t have to be difficult to write, but it is time consuming and it is easy to see how many teachers are on the verge of pulling their hair out when they are done. Other tools that teachers may use to aide them in writing a teacher lesson plan are planning books, templates, forms, and even computer programs. Programs that utilize computers are the latest craze, as many are very versatile. Many teachers like to buy programs that have all of the forms and such that they need so all they have to do is input information and teach. This is a very practical way to go about it, because the computer will help you stay organized and there is no dealing with confusing forms to make the process even more difficult. In addition to these tools, many teachers find that if they supplement their teacher lesson plan with plans that have already been created for them, they feel a lot less stressed. There are tools available to teachers right now that can provide them with the templates they need in addition to the fully planned lessons that will give them a break when they need it. These allow teachers to turn on the computer and teach instead of refining their plans again and again and feeling the stress that goes along with that. This type of teaching is becoming very popular among educators of every level.

         
    What is abeka home schooling

     

    When thinking about home schooling, its easy to begin to be overwhelmed with the right place to begin. Since homeschooling has received more popularity in the 20th century than in the past, there are a lot more resources that you could have found 20 years ago. The downside of this is that there's almost too much information from everyone coming out of the woodwork with his or her ideas, views, and preferred styles regarding homeschooling. For instance, you could spend a whole day just trying to figure out all of your state laws that pertain to homeschooling! You've probably heard A Beka mentioned quite a bit if you are investigating homeschooling. Although there are many types of homeschooling, such as Classical, Montessori, Eclectic, A Beka is not a type of homeschooling, its actually a curriculum package for homeschooled parents to use to teach their children. A Beka is actually a curriculum that supports one of the methods of homeschooling: The Christian Method. Actually, A Beka is one of the most popular Christian homeschooling learning curriculum. It's a curriculum guide that is published in Florida by Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida. A Beka is a complete learning system for your child that has all of the bells and whistle's, such as, teacher's guides, templates for testing, suggested lesson plans, and well written text books. It is well knows that A Beka is a challenging curriculum and is usually one grade ahead of normal public schools. For example, second grade A Beka learning curriculum is equivalent to first grade public school lesson plans. Its good to note, that A Beka is one of the more expensive Christian curriculums on the market, but is well worth checking it out. You can always look for used books, guides, and lessons plans online or in your Christian book stores if the new curriculum is out of your spending comfort zone. Its also good to check with some of your local homeschooling groups or internet review sites to read up on A Beka curriculum.

         
    What is continuing education

     

    Continuing education in general is quite similar to adult education since it is also intended for adult learners, especially those adults who are beyond traditional undergraduate college or university age. However, it is wrong to club continuing education with other educational programs such as vocational training. As its name suggests, it is a continuation of education. The student of continuing education already has an education prior to taking up continuing education. Continuing education in the simplest term is a form of post-secondary learning activities and programs. Some of the programs under continuing education may include non-degree career training, degree credit courses by non-traditional students, formal personal enrichment courses, workforce training, experiential learning, and self-directed learning which is done through online interest clubs and groups or personal research activities. Many universities and colleges in the US cater to continuing education programs. Often there is either a division or a school of continuing education, which is also at times given names such as university extension or extension school. Continuing education involves both credit-granting courses as well as non-credit-granting courses. Such non-credit-granting courses are often taken for personal, non-vocational enrichment. There are many community colleges in the US that cater to such programs. It is not only students who need continuing education, but also professionals who need it to update their knowledge and skill set. In fact, it is a compulsory for people practicing certain professions. Licensing authorities in a number of fields make continuing education compulsory on members who hold licenses to practice within a particular profession. The licenses to practice their profession are issued for a fixed term and are to be renewed after the expiry of this term. If they fail to update themselves through continuing education, their licenses are not renewed. This is done to encourage professionals to expand their knowledge base and keep pace with new developments. This may be achieved through college or university coursework, extension courses or conferences and seminars attendance. The method and format of delivering continuing education includes conventional classroom lectures as well as distance learning. Students who enroll for continuing education in a college or university often opt for classroom and laboratory classes. However, much weight is given to distance learning as maximum of those who opt for continuing education are working people who have little or no time to attend classroom lectures. In such distance learning, education is imparted through CD-ROM material, videotapes, and broadcast programming. Education online is also one area that has seen fast development in recent years. Material for study is delivered over the Internet. In fact online degrees are pursued by many students and professional who finds them very convenient. Students can earn some extra pocket money working part time and professional can pursue an online degree that will help them in career growth. Other than CD-ROM material, videotapes, and broadcast programming, continuing education is also delivered through independent study and use of conference-type group study. Again the Internet plays a big role here. These groups with similar interests meet together online and discuss and exchanges ideas and knowledge. These online communities are very effective in sharing knowledge and new findings. Another way of facilitating continuing education is through seminars and workshops. A combination of traditional or conventional, distance, and conference-type study, or two of these three types, may be used for a particular continuing education course or program.

         
    What is dyscalculia how to deal with this learning disability

     

    Life has its own shades. Some are born with silver spoons in the mouth while some others work very hard all through their life, to make even the simplest of living. And there are still others, who are born to live with both the shades of life, mostly the latter part. Such are the people who are born with learning disability - Dyscalculia. People living with dyscalculia disability have very strong language skills and their vocabulary is many a times better than the normal people. They are very creative and can excel in the field of science and geometry. And their logic base is quite strong. But their excellence simply slides off when it comes to handle formula based equations. They find difficulty in performing calculations, counting efficiently, or for that matter, performing whole of mathematical calculations. But this does not mean that they are mentally retarded. A person who is suffering from the disability disorder like dyscalculia with no doubts has normal intelligence levels. Well, dyscalculia is not a very common form of disability. It is termed as “disease of the absent-minded.” Recent Studies have shown that dyscalculia has gentical links. Therefore, many of the theories that were put worth in explaining the true cause of this disability have been held void. Thus, there are chances that if a father or mother is suffering from dyscalculia, then the progeny might also get afflicted. Scientists are working harder in the direction of finding out the causes or the adverse chemical reactions that occur in the genes, leading to this disability. There are several symptoms that confirm the presence of dyscalculia. The most visible and common one is poor affliction to mathematical calculations. A person suffering from dyscalculia will generally have difficulty in distinguishing the four common mathematical signs: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This puts them in a difficulty to balance equations. Also they are unable to differentiate between larger and smaller numbers. For them, all numbers, say, 1, 5 or 8, are similar, carrying the same value. Besides this, dyscalculia-afflicted people are predominantly absent-minded people. As a result of which they are unable to keep a track of any work or activity that involves sequences or use of active memory. For instance, such a person will find it difficult to remember the sequences of a dance set up. They are also unable to recall the events that have happened in the past because of short memory. They are also poor in remembering the rules of any game. But the world is not finished here. A child with dyscalculia needs proper training and assistance to overcome the disability. The parents as well as teachers need to make efforts in the right direction. Help child by making him use fingers, colored papers, diagrams, graph papers, colored pencils to differentiate the mathematical problems. Draw pictures or flowcharts to explain the concepts and problem sums. Apart from these, you can use several other methods to train the child.

         
    What is forensic psychology

     

    In recent years forensic psychology and related topics such as criminal profiling have been the subject of a whole host of books, films and television series. While this has undoubtedly raised the profile of forensic psychology, the subject has often been presented in a distorted, sensationalised and inaccurate way. With this very much in mind, this article outlines what you need to be aware of in order to provide a satisfactory answer to the question, what is forensic psychology? When my students arrived for their first lecture, I would always start by giving them 10 minutes to write down an answer to the question what is forensic psychology? Before reading on, why not quickly write down what you think forensic psychology is. The reason I did this was because despite the fact that every single undergraduate psychology student (about 180 of them) chose to do the forensic psychology course, not one of them came to see me in advance to ask what the course was about. Now bear in mind students chose their optional courses well in advance of the start date, and in order to make an informed choice they were all strongly advised to speak to the lecturer running the courses they were interested in before making a final decision. So why the no show? I suspect, actually I know because I discussed it with the students afterwards, that they didn't feel they had to find out what forensic psychology is, because they already had a preconceived idea. I mentioned that at the start of the first lecture I would give students 10 minutes to write down an answer to the question what is forensic psychology. What I didn't mention, however, is that after about 2 minutes I would ask for their attention and apologise for forgetting to tell them that they weren't allowed to use the words serial killers or silence of the lambs in their answer. It was usually as this point that most of the writing in the lecture theatre stopped. If you're thinking I would have stopped writing as well, please contain your disappointment and don't rush off just yet. The answer to the question, what is forensic psychology may not quite be what you thought, but that doesn't mean that the subject has to be any less engaging. The first thing to appreciate when addressing the question is that even psychologists in the field are divided as to what the answer is. The division of criminological and legal psychology within the British Psychological Society argued for twenty years as to whether their members should be entitled to call themselves Chartered Forensic Psychologists. It was finally agreed that they should, however, there still remains a great deal of debate and controversy surrounding the issue. The central problem is that its members are drawn from a wide range of disciplines, so it is always difficult to state what the boundaries are when you talk of Forensic Psychology. A fragmented discipline? Psychologists in the prison/correctional services. Clinical psychologists in special hospitals & the psychiatric services. Educational psychologists. Occupational psychologists. Academics Now while it is important to acknowledge that this fragmentation of role exists, it is just as important to realise that these different groups are linked to forensic psychology because their work, expert knowledge or research activity is somehow connected with the law. This legal connection makes perfect sense when you consider that the word forensic comes from the Latin forensis, which literally means appertaining to the forum, specifically the imperial court of Rome. So in essence: The debate as to what is and what isn’t forensic psychology rests primarily on the nature of psychology’s relationship with the legal system. Let me give you an example, imagine 2 clinical psychologists meet at a conference and they begin talking about the work they do. The first psychologist tells the second that she recently gave expert testimony in court arguing that the defendant in a murder case was criminally insane; the judge and jury agreed and having been found guilty on the grounds of diminished responsibility the defendant was going to be sent to a secure psychiatric unit. Now there’s a coincidence the second psychologist says I work in the unit where they're sending him, so I’ll be dealing and treating this guy when he arrives. So here you have a situation where two psychologists are linked to the legal system by way of a legal decision and you could argue, therefore, that both deserve to be seen as engaging in Forensic Psychology. However, there’s a crucial difference. The first psychologist actually helped inform the legal decision based on her psychological knowledge and expertise. The second psychologists' involvement on the other hand arose as a consequence of a legal decision that she had no direct influence over. My preferred forensic psychology definition acknowledges this key distinction, namely: That branch of applied psychology which is concerned with the collection, examination and presentation of evidence for judicial purposes’ (Haward 1981). If you adopt this definition you are stating categorically that Forensic Psychology relates to: The provision of psychological information for the purpose of facilitating a legal decision (Blackburn 1996). So in the case of our two psychologists, strictly speaking only the first can be said to be engaged in Forensic Psychology. Not everybody would agree with this, because there is a school of thought that would claim that any activity that links psychology to the law deserves to be described as Forensic. I’m not going to try and convince you which is right, although I do have a strong opinion on the mater; the main thing is that you know that this debate exists. Summary In answering the question, what is forensic psychology we have discovered that: In essence, forensic psychology refers to the application of psychology within a legal context. The debate as to what is & what is not forensic psychology relates to the nature of this legal application & the level at which it is applied. And this debate raises a number of questions that you need to think about. In particular: The boundaries of forensic psychology? The role of the forensic psychologist? The credibility of forensic psychology. To find out more about the fascinating world of forensic psychology visit all-about-forensic-psychology

         
    What is homeschooling all about anyway

     

    The term "homeschooling" refers to choosing to educate one's children at home, rather than in a public or private school. Usually one or both parents act as "teacher," though not in the same way as a classroom teacher. Yes, it is entirely legal in all fifty states. In fact, it would be illegal or even unconstitutional to deny parents the right to choose where, how, and what their children are taught. Home schooling provides a personal, individualized educational experience for the child. Children learn faster, and more, when they receive the one-on-one interaction of a parent or tutor. Parents care more about the individual success of each child because it is THEIR child - no one loves your child more than you do. Anyone who homeschools will tell you that the experience builds a closer relationship among all the members of the family. There are very few problems with teenagers and parents getting along, and each child learns to contribute to the family as a whole. They are learning to interact with people of all ages, as the real world operates, rather than being forced into an unnatural grouping where everyone is the same age. There are as many different ways to homeschool as there are families who homeschool. Each family will develop their own system, routine, rhythm - whatever works best for them. This doesn't mean you have to know everything before starting. Most families will research many different theories, curricula, etc., and then try out whatever appeals to them. If something doesn't quite work for them, they try something else. There are no hard and fast rules. This highlights one of the main advantages to homeschooling - namely, that the methods used are chosen to best fit the child's needs and learning style. When a particular topic is too easy, you can just move on. When a child needs to spend more time learning a skill, you can take whatever time is needed. In a traditional classroom, the teacher needs to keep everyone doing the same thing at the same time, which either bores those who have mastered the skill, or leaves behind those who need extra attention. This child-centered, individual-paced feature of homeschooling is a major attraction for many. There are no special skills or training required for homeschooling. You are teachers simply because you are parents. Requirements for homeschoolers vary from state to state, but I don't know of a state that requires any certification or special degrees for homeschooling parents. Besides, most education courses of study apply to traditional classrooms and managing 20 or 30 students at a time. They really don't focus on one-on-one teaching. There are plenty of resources available to help parents who don't have any experience at homeschooling. For example, the curriculum we have been using (now in our sixth year) provides me with a daily lesson plan which spells out everything to do to learn the topic. They also have counselors available to answer any questions we may have. It would be very difficult to fail with so much help and support. Of course, a packaged curriculum is not for everyone. But even those who create their own plan of study will be able to find books, websites, support groups, and more to assist them. No one needs to "re-invent the wheel" when starting out with homeschooling. Wherever you may be in this journey, I wish you the best. In the end, you need to discover the path that works best for YOU - so don't let anyone else tell you otherwise.

         
     
         
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