… there is a diversity of opinions over the role of education in teaching human sexuality. Historically, though, sexual education has been part of teacher training and education. In a historical assessment of sexual education policies and programs in the United States, Pardini (2019) found that sexual education ……
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According to the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, there are seven main themes of Catholic Social Teaching: 1) Life and Dignity of the Human Person, which highlights the intrinsic value and goodness of life and the fact that the human person was made in the image and likeness of God and therefore should not be abused or desecrated; 2) Call to Family, Community and Participation, which highlights the idea man is a social creature, the family is the building block of society, and men are meant to work for the common good, have children and show charity towards one another; 3) Rights and Responsibilities, which focuses on the duty and rights of the individual in society; 4) Option for the Poor and Vulnerable, which highlights the need for charity for the underserved; 5) Solidarity, which refers to the need for peace, justice, faith and charity to be interwoven into……
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… observed with the COVID-19 pandemic requires a different and more proactive approach. The authors…[break]…supposedly wrote the learner-centered syllabus as a relatively higher master teacher, as compared with evaluations from students that received the teacher-centered syllabus. The students also rated this teacher higher on the overall TBC ratings, especially on questions that suggest the teacher as creative, caring, enthusiastic, and with a positive attitude. The second hypothesis was also validated, as the same students with the learner-centered syllabus … caring, enthusiastic, and with a positive attitude. The second hypothesis was also validated, as the same students with the learner-centered syllabus rated the teacher as possessing a higher professor-student rapport. This result validates the need for the study and suggests the preference of a learner-centered approach to … basis of their first research hypothesis. The evidence suggested that students are likely to perceive a faculty providing learner-centered syllabi as having higher……
Richmond, A., Slattery, J., Mitchell, N., & Morgan, R. (2016). Can a learner-centered syllabus change students’ perceptions of student-professor rapport and master teacher behaviors? Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 2(3), 159-168.
Saville, B. K., Zinn, T. E., Brown, A. R., & Marchuk, K. A. (2010). Syllabus Detail and Students’ Perceptions of Teacher Effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology, 37(3), 186–189. DOI:10.1080/00986283.2010.488523
Harrington, C. M., & Gabert-Quillen, C. A. (2015). Syllabus length and use of images: An empirical investigation of student perceptions. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 1(3), 235.
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First off, no decision can be made without the informed consent of the parents and if they are opposed to a hysterectomy then it is unethical to go ahead with the operation. Additionally, if they are opposed to an abortion to save the mother’s life then this option cannot be advised or considered either. The principle of the double effect states that there are times when it is morally permissible to perform an action in pursuit of a good end even though it will also have bad effects as well. This is the basic concept behind an indirect evil. In the pursuit of a good, i.e., the preservation of the mother’s life an indirect bad may result but it is not immoral because the bad result was not pursued directly. This would be the situation with a hysterectomy and the direct vs. indirect sterilization issue. The mother does not……
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… the stage for social change as they provide avenues for promoting and accelerating new ideas. As part of promoting and accelerating new ideas, teachers help students to develop critical thinking, self-reflection and collaboration skills that are essential to promote the creation of a better society (Blake, 2020). … content. Accreditation standards including Common Core Standards mandate curricular content for teaching diversity and social justice. When developing instructional strategies for their classes, teachers need to integrate diversity and social justice components with respect to mandated curricular content. This instructional 3-week unit for 6th grade history class … studies content incorporates Connecting Concepts, which is a term referring to linking information between various people, events, places, and time periods (edCount, 2014). Teachers needs to understand these concepts and structure their lessons in a manner that enhances students’ understanding of the issues. Through proper curriculum and … students essays or homework will……
Archdiocese of Santa Fe. (2011). Social Studies Curriculum. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://asfcatholicschools.org/documents/2016/1/Social%20Studies%206th.pdf
This publication provides an overview of world history and geography as part of social studies curriculum for 6th grade students. It provides an outline of learning outcomes and assessments/strategies that can be employed in a 6th grade history class. These strategies, assessments, and learning outcomes are developed in line with common standards and based on what students at this grade level should achieve by the end of the unit. It was utilized to determine suitable strategies, assessments and learning outcomes to incorporate for the success of this unit.
Blake, C. (2020). Teaching Social Justice in Theory and Practice. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://resilienteducator.com/classroom-resources/teaching-social-justice/
This article examines the process of teaching social justice in relation to existing theory and best practices. The author examines how classrooms are designed to be avenues for social change by promoting learning of new ideas. This article was used to identify a contemporary educational theme in diversity and social justice. The identified theme was utilized to shape the unit content and teaching strategies.
California Department of Education. (2000). History – Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Retrieved from California Department of Education website: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf
The publication provides an overview of standards relating to the study of history and social science from kindergarten to grade twelve. Standards are used as the premise for shaping learning content, expectations, and outcomes for students in different grades. Insights from this publication was used to shape learning content, expectation, outcomes, and strategies for this instructional unit.
edCount. (2014). World History and Geography: Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Israel. Retrieved from Tennessee State Government website: https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/tcap/TCAP_ALT_SS_module_grade6_module1_wld_hist_geo_meso_egypt_israel.pdf
The article examines grade 6 topic on world history and geography in relation to common standards. The author reviews different subject areas relating to this topic including ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and ancient Israel. Through this review, the publication seeks to enhance knowledge of grade-appropriate social studies concepts, skills, and knowledge. The publication was used to identify relevant knowledge, skills and social studies concepts relating to this instructional unit.
… in social interaction, attention, and communication and displayed repetitive and unusual behaviors. Also, four of the students avoided eye contact with the host teacher. Overall, the class was very quiet because the students had poor social skills and rarely talked to each other.
The host teacher used visual aids depicting plates, cups, and cooking utensils to teach the student's vocabulary signs and written cues such as police officer, earthquake, … security to teach vocabulary in emergencies reading comprehension. Visual aids and written cues helped the students communicate, learn and develop self-control.
The host teacher demonstrates strong communication skills when teaching students. In order for a teacher to be successful, they must express themselves verbally and nonverbally in a clear, concise, and intriguing manner. Research studies show that successful teachers communicate clearly and directly and have good listening skills. They also respond calmly to student’s behaviors that can disrupt the……
Hallahan, D. P., Kauffman, J. M., & Pullen, P. C. (2018). Exceptional Learners: An Introduction to Special Education (14th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson.
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… questions. The knowledge students have will inform the background information to be covered on fractions. The oral questions will be asked by the teacher on random students. The questions will be based on prior knowledge from lower grade curriculum requirements.
The lesson will then progress to … addition to calculations, calculators and computers will be used by students.
· The learning process will be done through a problem-based approach. The teacher will use problem to help students understand how to perform the various operations with fractions. The mathematical problem will be written on the … with an individual problem. A problem will be given for each student to complete individually. The problem will then be marked by the teacher instantly. The problem will be assessed not just on the correctness of the problem, but also the time taken to complete the problem.
… behavior management plan
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… are taught American Sign Language and English Bilingual instruction. Such settings are also referred to as deafcentric. Learners are enabled to interact with teachers, heads, classmates, and other staff around the school, in their native language. The schools have also been made to offer extracurricular activities with … shape of a semicircle. There are times when there is obstruction, and a student may not see when another one is consulting the teacher because of poor lighting. One can’t read and see the screen easily. The lighting is, simply, wrong. There is no way to call … read and see the screen easily. The lighting is, simply, wrong. There is no way to call all students to attend. When the teacher in session is a deaf one and explains by use of sign language, the class covers more, compared to when there is an … use of sign language, the……
Guardino, C., & Antia, S. D. (2012). Modifying the classroom environment to increase engagement and decrease disruption with students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 17(4), 518-533.
Hombo, C. M. (2003). NAEP and No Child Left Behind: Technical challenges and practical solutions. Theory into Practice, 42(1), 59-65.
Jeffries Jr., R. L. (2010). A Case Study of a Teacher Implementing Guided Reading in a Deaf Classroom. ProQuest LLC.
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Romano, A.M. (2013). Observing a Residential School for the Deaf: Identifying Factors in Creating a Deafcentric Environment. (The Honors Program, Gallaudet University).
Staten, F. D. (2011). Examining the influence of the residential school for the deaf experience on deaf identity. (Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Iowa).
Van Gent, T., Goedhart, A. W., Knoors, H. E., Westenberg, P. M., & Treffers, P. D. (2012). Self-concept and ego development in deaf adolescents: a comparative study. Journal of deaf studies and deaf education, 17(3), 333-351.
… cited (in the lesson plan and power point
presentation) whether they originate from a book chapter, an article, a website or a
fieldwork teacher you observed.
Grade Level: (9-12th)
Two Content Areas of Lesson:
Reconstruction and Industrialization & Urbanization.
Lesson Theme (overarching concept that will be taught, … on the topic will be made relevant to and effective for the diverse students (Gay, 2010). With regards to the second principle, the teacher will use cultural resources to promote understanding of U.S. industrial development while the third principle will be used as the premise for developing … The additional reading connects to the lesson theme on the premise that it will help shape instructional strategies and practices adopted by the teacher.
Content/Common Core Standards (CCSS, ELD, NGSS, MATH..):
List each standard related to each subject discipline represented by number & description.
CCCSS: RH - … (K-12) for subject disciplines link:……
Gay, G. (2010). Culturally responsive teaching – theory, research and practice (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
… scheduled for an assessment by a multi-disciplinary group of professionals, which takes place at the school. The assessment team includes psychologists, therapists, and teachers who all take part in the comprehensive evaluation (Slentz, 2010). The school provides a free, full-day pre-school initiative. Every child, despite their demographic … Development Standards. The role of the principal is to be conversant with the EC regulations. The principal has to understand the administration process, teacher-student ratio, curriculum, budgeting needs, as well as the pre-kindergarten addendum. The principal splits these roles with the assistant principal.
This … learning takes place through a developmental series. Properly-designed curricula are this founded on activities that are developmentally sequenced, and high-quality teaching practices require teachers that are well conversant with these sequences. Learning curves can assist teachers of young students in understanding and be responsive to the students’ developmental constraints and processes as well……
Avdameg. (2020). Early childhood education. Retrieved from http://www.healthofchildren.com/E-F/Early-Childhood-Education.html
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Rock, A. (2020). What your child will learn in pre-school. Retrieved from https://www.verywellfamily.com/all-about-preschool-curriculum-2764977
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