In particular, I was the volunteer at ophthalmology center to work with patients and learn more about physiology and biochemistry of the eye and its parts.
Issues of cultural conflict and diversity are almost perfectly aligned with the kind of topics that problem-based learning is designed to address. The practice of problem-based learning can be highly beneficial to students.
Due to the fact that the solitary and social learning styles are the most suitable for me, it is better to use them in the learning process.
Generally, the theorist suggests the integration of a variety of factors in the study model to enhance the learning process. Moreover, it cites the importance of incorporating practicality and self-testing in the learning process as [...]
The presentation of first-hand oral statements made by the respondents in the interview transcripts also contributed to the credibility of the findings because it could help readers to know the informants' actual responses and the [...]
The contributions of theorists such as Barnes, Mercer, and Alexander to the improvement of teaching methods lay the groundwork for the continuous implementation of dialogic teaching on a wide-scale basis within the education system.
Mulligan and Kirkpatrick performed the study to expand on the findings and provide a deeper insight into the nature of the gaps.
The study seeks to answer the following question: "How does the application of multimedia presentations in flipped classrooms affect literacy practices, students' perceptions, and social behaviors in the classroom and outside of it?" It is [...]
The aim of it is to generate a large number of suggestions that can help choose an appropriate resolution for an issue. The final tool is a cause and effect diagram, which can also be [...]
While examining a case study and making personalized assumptions is helpful, one may benefit from talking to classmates or colleagues about the issues described in that paper.
This key feature of PBL matches the idea of the community of practice that is essential to makerspaces. Larmer and Mergendoller name critical thinking that is used by students in the PBL process as one [...]
In this context, it is important to discuss how people can learn best, what approaches can be used to measure learning, what optimal ways for learning and development can be applied, and whether it is [...]
In addition, people learning a foreign language use serial learning to memorize and understand the alphabet; once they memorize they can reproduce to make meaning in a conventional way.
Therefore, the problem to be established in this case study is to get the teacher to try to use project-based learning towards her students to enable them to grasp the core concepts being passed in [...]
The second one is based on the idea that knowledge might be created within a certain group of people who actively interact and share information they managed to obtain in the course of individual learning.
I am looking forward to designing the strategies that will help me utilize mnemonic learning as the tool for improving my spatial memory and, thus, developing the abilities that will be extremely useful in learning [...]
A game-based learning method will be used to help students learn and acquire skills the game is intended to impart. If to combine that with the fact that fractions can be an abstract concept since [...]
It also provides a copy of the graphic organizer and the set objective used to explain how students will organize specific lesson information for the same and how the graphic designer used is well suited [...]
The significance of family life, the rigid position of a woman in the UAE society, as well as other cultural factors, can be viewed as a possible impediment to the development of female UAE students [...]
One of the Gipe's successful concepts that can be applied is GRS for the boy to retell the material he has read and understood texts.
Larmer and Mergendoller identify the following essentials of PBL: meaningful content, a need to perceive something, a compelling question, learners' choice and voice, the skills of the twenty-first century, innovation, and research, response and revision, [...]
The term "formative assessment" refers to a certain understanding and philosophy of evaluation in education, as well as practices and approaches based on this understanding and intended for educators' use. Formative assessment is the evaluation [...]
When it comes to the age group including children from three to five years old, any teacher has to solve a difficult problem because it requires him or her to make efforts to attract their [...]
The Humanistic Approach implies that the students' needs and unique abilities should be taken into account when designing the curriculum. Alternative assessment strategies, self-directed learning and the promotion of the learners' independence are incorporated into [...]
The main goal of this paper is to highlight similarities and differences between project-based learning and makerspaces and how they might be implemented in an educational setting.
The behavior of the learner offers the only sign of learning. In this conditioning, the learning is reliant on what occurs before the act and the act is linked to the experiences.
The visits to the museums and dance training show that learning outside of schools is characterized by diversity, communication, and interaction.
The key research question that the study had to answer was the existence of a relation between the type of educational environment and the effective student performance as measured by a preliminary exam, course exam, [...]
In the contemporary world with its rapid technological progress, computer-supported collaborative learning is an excellent way to improve education with the help of innovative technologies and integrate it into the modern life where the use [...]
Regardless of the aforementioned limitations, I am convinced that mind maps will remain helpful to both learners and instructors in adult education.
To achieve greater benefits with the learning outside the classroom, it is essential to match activities chosen with the core objectives of the fieldwork. The work of the facilitator is to organize the learners in [...]
In addition to that, I will have a chance to explain something or ask to clarify even though in some cases it may lead to the introduction of bias.
The inclusion of students with disabilities in general Ed classrooms initially led to the assignment of paraprofessionals to shadow the students with disabilities.
The material was chosen because the publisher and the author made a deliberate attempt to tailor-made the story to cater to children that are in Grade One and Grade Two.
In this paper, the current and proposed uses of augmented learning, as well as its relationship to the existing educational models, some of its implications, the strategies of its integration, will be discussed.
Over the years, scholars in the education field have actively developed studies to develop the best motivational models to be applied in the teaching field to enhance the performance of students.
As a result, self-regulated learning can be discussed as highly motivational because a learner sets the value for the goal to achieve, chooses the most effective strategies, constantly monitors and evaluates the progress, and works [...]
The verbalization strategy is planned to be used for working with groups of special education students, low-achieving students, and students with difficulties in mathematics.
It requires an exploration of the perceptions of teachers, who play a role in the integration of the technology into the classroom, to determine how the games support learning.
The fault in this argument is that it fails to consider the notion of reinforcement history. This paper reiterates that learning is the result of a reinforcement history.
The purpose of the paper is to make an accent on the level of English and what approaches and methods can be implemented into the studying process to improve the learning process of the foreign [...]
Thinking of my S.M.A.R.T.objectives I remembered that my plan would not be effective if there was no way to evaluate the progress.
The articles viewed for this paper discuss the role of the educator during the play, and the effects a play has on the learners, what has not been discussed is the kinds of games that [...]
The major purpose of the paper is to address the main arguments discussed by Johnstone in the article Chemistry Teaching Science or Alchemy? and highlight the pivotal issues raised in the work.
In a very peculiar manner, the focus on the learner's individuality and the unique needs that each of the students has is combined with the need to cater to the entire group.
Having analyzed information connected with two types of sources that can be used in the process of study, it is possible to make a certain conclusion.
First, I found a recipe of the cake I want to bake. I was able to apply one of the models of learning.
Reflectively, the content of the topic for every lesson must function on the periphery of practicality and relevance in line with the objectives of the study topic, that is, the relation of the theme to [...]
In conclusion, it should be stated that multiple measurement is considered to be one of the most adequate, reasonable and fear means of assessing students' knowledge.
Primarily it suggests the method of interpreting learning-related documentation in the process of teaching rather than at the end of it.
Vocabulary skills are important for improving literacy as well as the overall growth of the student in the classroom and outside classroom environment.
The humanistic perspective use of student's knowledge, previous experience, and expectations can enable students to understand better the lessons taught in the context of a spiral curriculum than when taught in a cognitive approach.
For a student, the application of the monitoring comprehension entails the recognition of the issues that they understand, as well as the ones that they do not understand.
Statement of Problems and Objectives The main problem is that the adolescents living in LeDroit Park do not much attachment to the development of the neighborhood.
Several articles are chosen for the analysis: Naaj, Nachouki and Ankit with the intentions to prove that student satisfaction in blended learning is a crucial aspect that cannot neglected because it influences motivation and the [...]
The discussion of the effectiveness of drama implementation for second language acquisition will include such issues as theoretical background and adaptation of certain methods for use with second language learners, concepts and strategies used by [...]
Various strategies such as job-embedded learning and the four corners approach promote the integration of knowledge and sharing of ideas within group settings.
The standard is also utilized by these individuals in assessment of the candidates and effectiveness's of the program. The NCATE utilizes a criterion which is based on this standard in making decisions related to accreditation [...]
The accessibility of the distance learning courses mainly depend on the awareness of the instructor to the accessibility issues and how the instructor can best handle the course with consideration of accessibility.
A good example of this form of upgrading is learning computer related skills to integrate well with the current dynamic technological platforms.
Institutions of learning have introduced online learning through improvement of infrastructure, incorporation of new technologies in learning, recruitment of professionals who are conversant with new technologies, and revision of curriculums in order to accommodate new [...]
To contribute to creating and stimulating student engagement in online learning environments, it is important to focus on such factors as the increase of students' motivation, focus on independent and inquiry-based learning, the active role [...]
Did you wonder why you had to suffer through most of the courses you took from kindergarten to the completion of your education?
The concept is of the opinion that the brain is a social organ that is affected by the environment and the general structure of learning environment; brain can be subjected to stressing moments and when [...]
Finally, attention on the learning experience of the child has also highlighted the need to factor in a child's cultural background.
Motivation: it has been established that the motivation that inspires an individual to learn a second language and the thoughts that this person holds concerning speaking a second language play a big role in the [...]
Other funds provided by arts programs like, California Arts Council's Arts in Education and Artist-in-Residence are meant to support arts. However, arts education in public schools of California has a long way to go.
The teacher is able to offer this reassurance and provide the feedback that the student needs to have confidence in his learning.
Therefore, e-learning provides more quality to students than traditional learning. For that reason, e-learning enables more people to participate in education.
The family is a moving system meaning that it copes with changes that come along, but in the process relevantly maintain a stable positive effect on the children's academic performance.
Another essential factor is lighting in the reading environment for this age bracket since they are concentrating more on the words written in their books, and some are starting to understand and read them.
A study of the e-learning shows that, the best way to understand Knowledge management is by focusing on the government and corporate organizations process of knowledge management cycle.
On this note, the fact that a vast number of researches support bilingual education efficacy is evident that children exposed to these programs are more successful that those in all-English programs.
The program details the services that the affected individual is entitled to receive, the environment in which the program will be conducted and the duration of time that the program is expected to take.
They reveal the learners' progress in the course, certificate, diploma and degree programs and the level of experience in the places of work after the completion of their programs.
Acquisition of responses signifies the strengthening of connection between the responses and the stimuli to which the students attach the responses.
It is evident that the aspect of developing professional knowledge and abilities is very crucial in achieving success in any given career.
One of the main arguments against the use of primary languages in teaching is that English language is the predominant means of instruction and academic content writing and reading and students do not get exposed [...]
The most important aspect to consider in the traditional education system of the Hopi people is the emotional commitment involved in this particular type of process which enabled them to resist cultural change.
For example I have developed a master plan for my studies and the targets I would like to meet at the end of it.
One of the first reasons to encourage a language to be learnt by Australian students in addition to English is the fact that there are migrants in the country who speak different languages at the [...]
Constructivist theory is the theoretical structure of the active learning practice which involves use of either present or precedent knowledge in the structure of new ideas.
The necessity of adults to get education and learn the material in accordance with their interests and skills played a crucial role in the development of this new form of learning.
It is not complicated for me to make notes while lectures as I know that I will save time in the future.
The learning efficiency of the student is significantly increased by the use of computers since the student is able to make use of the learning model most suited to him/her.
The main aim of one's personal responsibility is to ensure that the environment can also benefit from the gift of your appearance in that particular place or the society. Personal responsibility is the ability to [...]
The achievement of effective communication and collaboration has been a challenge in learning and personal spectrum. In conclusion, the ability to achieve communication and collaboration within learning and personal spectrum provides a learner with myriad [...]
Verbal learning is the use of words or the process of speaking to express ones ideas or thoughts. In verbal learning, the ability to recognize improvement is only achievable through comprehension of input.
The suggestion made by Stoll et al is very enticing in the sense that, use of ICT in classroom instruction helps to show a new dimension of teaching students with technology and how they impact [...]
E-learning adds technology to instructions and also utilizes technologies to advance potential new approaches to the teaching and learning process. However, e-learners need to be prepared in the case of a technology failure which is [...]
In order to examine the historical development of reading, it is necessary to refer to the analysis and definition of spoken language and human communication and consider reading a necessity to sharing and retaining information.
Using the language by referring to situations as well as pattern of events which are well-known to the learner enhances comprehension in the learner.
Learning Instructional In brain-based learning, the learning content should be designed to connect the learning to learners' previous experiences so as to ensure active processing of the learning content.
This relationship is viewed to continue growing stronger as more educational institutions incorporate the use of new media in the literacy development and educational practices.
The Concept of How a Student's Brain Learns Jensen & Jensen affirms that learning process of the brains depends on the emotions of the child since the power of cognition has a correlation with emotions.
The set of objectives developed in this model are likely to change depending on the needs of individual learners, hence the need to create a link between the problem identification and the recursion and reflection [...]
In most cases, the traditional class syllabus is usually a bit wider hence offering the trainee much more as opposed to online classes where there is lack of provisions for diversification of the subject.
The principle of observation can be defined as the art of passing knowledge or ideas by viewing the actions of a model from which one imitates.
This kind of intelligence expresses the ability of a learner to identify a blueprint, form a reason to a specific mathematical answer, and ultimately employ logical thoughts in any kind of response.
Considering the diversity nature of students in any classroom scenario, it is important for the teaching orientation to adopt a variety of mechanisms, which will ensure there is satisfaction of all learner needs.