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Academic Language Proficiency Active Listening Skills Elementary School Teacher Question And Answer Session
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Cross Sectional Survey Elementary School Teacher Introductory Sociology Sociology
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Lesly Ford
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Elementary School Teacher Introductory Sociology Social Theory Sociology
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Elementary School Teacher Substance Abuse
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Andrew Hubbs
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AP Psychology Elementary School Teacher Experimental Psychology Psychology
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Cindy Krause
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Compound Complex Sentence Educational Technology Elementary School Teacher
ESL Supplemental Practice 3 70 terms
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Henry Smith
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Economics Elementary School Teacher Individual Decision Making
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.Elementary school teachers can best support students in handling difficult situations by engaging them regularly in activities designed to promote which of the following
Perspective taking
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A study in which elementary school teachers were told were told that some students were “bloomers” when in fact the children were no different. When the researchers returned to the school at the end of the year, the children labeled as bloomers were doing extremely well. This was the case because the teachers expectations caused an improvement of their performance.
Rosenthal & Jacobson (198)
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Paula is an elementary school teacher who often feels that the last thing in the world she gets to do is teach her students. She feels as though much of her day is spent on determining who gets to speak, when to line up for lunch, how the class will work when broken into groups, and so on. In this example, Paula occupies the role of a(n) _____.
gatekeeper
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Elementary school teachers usually teach one class, of about 25, from _____. A. kindergarten through sixth grade B. third grade through eighth grade C. first grade through fourth grade D. kindergarten through third grade
A. kindergarten through sixth grade
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Which research problem is testable for the nurse researcher as currently written? Answers: A. Should mothers addicted to crack cocaine be permitted to raise their children? B. Is the classroom an appropriate place to teach sex education to 10-year-old children? C. Are elders residing in assisted-living facilities satisfied with their level of social interaction? D. Is a positive HIV/AIDS status sufficient rationale for limiting the employment of elementary school teachers? Quiz # 1
Correct C: This example implies variables that can be measured and suggests a comparative nonexperimental design study. The independent variable is residence: residing in assisted-living facilities and not residing in assisted-living facilities; the dependent variable is social interaction.
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Mrs.Smith, an elementary school teacher,believes that girls are smarter than boys. She predicts that the girls in her class will learn more than the boys during the school year. Her prediction is a(n)
An elementary school teacher has introduced word problems in his ESL class. The teacher knows that word problems pose conceptual difficulties even for native speakers, so he wants to provide appropriate instructional support for his ESL students’ understanding of this math concept. Which of the following strategies would best reinforce his ESL students’ understanding of math word problems? A. The teacher suggests that students translate the word problems into their L1 before trying to solve them. B. The teacher puts the students in a large circle and has each student read a word problem orally. C. The teacher organizes students into groups and gives each group 12 pencil cap erasers. Each group writes a short word problem focusing on math operations about the erasers. D. The teacher divides the class into two teams. He puts a word problem on the board and gives the teams five minutes to solve the problem. The winning team gets five extra points on their daily math grade.
A new elementary school teacher attends a writing workshop that addresses strategies for improving student writing. After the workshop, the teacher can best help students by A. explaining the strategies to parents during parent-teacher conferences. B. incorporating the strategies into current and future lesson plans. C. explaining the strategies to the administrators and other faculty members. D. incorporating the strategies in a reflective teaching journal.
Option (B) is correct because incorporating the strategies into current and future lessons is the most effective and direct strategy for positively influencing instruction for students. Option (A) is incorrect because informing parents is a more effective strategy for increasing the learning of parents, not students. Option (C) is incorrect because sharing the ideas the teacher has learned with other colleagues will enhance their learning but not the learning of the teacher’s students. Option (D) is incorrect because recording the strategies in a reflective teaching journal is better completed to enhance the teacher’s learning, rather than the students’ learning.
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