• For each topic listed, find an appropriate CCSS from the corestandards.org website, and copy/paste the COMPLETE standard into the table. Make sure to refer to the grade level first. You can use any grades from kindergarten to 2nd grade.
• Write an instructional objective that would directly link to the standard.
• Identify your targeted Bloom’s level.
1. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
Answer the following questions below:
What is your own view of the two concepts of schooling and education?
Answer the following questions based on your exploration of the websites for the 2 professional groups listed in this section (CAE, AERA): How do you become involved? Which professional group(s) would you join and why?
Find 1 or 2 organizations in your area that focus on education. Identify the organizations and their purposes. Discuss if and how their objectives and methods relate to the anthropological study of education.
Prior to beginning work on this discussion, review the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment
As an early childhood educator, you will often run into situations that require the application of NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment. While this document is important, it can sometimes feel lengthy and hard to remember. Choose one the following methods to change this written statement into something more intriguing, interesting, and easier to comprehend:
Rewrite the Code of Ethics as a pictogram and attach.
Rewrite the Code of Ethics into a song or a poem and attach.
Rewrite the Code of Ethics into a children’s book using Storyjumper https://www.storyjumper.com and attach.
Rewrite the Code of Ethics into a poster for your classroom and attach.
For your discussion, attach your Code of Ethics revision and explain why you have selected this approach. If you have created a visual (such as a poster, book, or pictogram), explain in detail what your visual looks like and the word selections you used. If you created a song or poem, include the lyrics within your post.
write a one-page response to something in the book that really spoke to you as an educator.
Example of writing:
• What was it about this piece of literature that will change the way you relate to students, peers, parents, or your administrator?
• How will this book help to shape the framework of your educational philosophy?
• How did this book reinforce or strengthen your commitment to become an educator?
• What really stood out in this book and changed your perspective regarding the field of education?
– you can just choose one to write about.
The book is called Start here Start now by Liz Kleinrock.
Need a PowerPoint detailing the developmental stages of writing and spelling. One of the references can be the textbook Instruction of Students with Severe Disabilities. Review the files for further instructions. I would use 2 slides for each stage and put the reference used for that stage on the same slide
Review the Lesson plan. Complete the modifications listed at the bottom of the lesson plan. Answer the questions (How will you modify the lesson plan etc)
Please make it simple and easy to understand. Don’t get too technical.
Carefully read and review the attached article and write a 1,500-2,000-word review of the article in good APA format describing the article including:
(a) the topic or issue the article is addressing,
(b) the worldview of underlying assumptions that animate the article and the analysis therein,
(c) any conclusions drawn or recommendations made in the article, and
(d) any other information you deem important to understanding the article; and
(II) critiquing and assessing the article’s analysis, conclusions, and/or recommendations from the perspective of the Christian worldview.
Use attached template and APA citation style.
Choose 1 qualitative article and compose a 3-page review (not including the reference page in
the count). Your review must include 2 sections (using Level I headings in current APA): (1) a
summary of the article, and (2) a critical analysis of the article. All articles must be of studies
conducted and published in the United States or Canada within the past 5 years.
Your summary must include:
The purpose of the study;
A descriiption of participants/sample;
The research design/data analysis (narrative, grounded theory, case study,
phenomenology, ethnography, etc.);
The method of data collection (questionnaire, document analysis, observation, open-
ended or structured interview, etc.);
Analysis (Inductive/deductive approach, point of focus, summaries, memoing, indexing,
coding, grouping, themes, order of analysis, type of analysis (content, narrative,
discourse, framework, grounded theory), and
Your analysis must include:
Opportunities for further research not already stated in the article,
Threats to validity or undocumented bias (credibility, transferability, dependability,
confirmability) on the part of the researcher(s),
Other original insight or criticism, and
Implications of the findings.
See your textbook if you need more help evaluating your article. Remember to include a
reference page. All citations and references must be in current APA format.
1. Use the draft report as the foundation to completing this task.
2. After reading my draft, please complete the “Summary of Research Design” chart first.
3. On the chart, you will see the letters “RQ” that refers to Research Question(s)
4. This is a qualitative class. PLEASE DO THIS FROM A QUALITATIVE VIEW (NOT QUANTITATIVE. I am aware that the draft uses quantitative.)
5. IMPORTANT: This is the initial introduction to your study: what are you aiming to study and why? Please draw from Maxwell (2013) and Booth (2008).
A. Statement of the Research Problem
B. Statement of the Purpose of the Study
C. Research Questions
Note: Each of the above should cite academic sources when appropriate. When addressing A-C, it should roughly 2 – 3 paragraphs each and cite work.
6. Create a works cited page (Many of the sources have been provided for you. Please APA format)