“Change the World via The Literary Research Paper” is a course framework for composition. This course framework incorporates a semester-long group project that empowers students to make connections and choices to leverage Literature research to make changes in their community. It also provides learners with the opportunity to explore their interests and apply research from literature, social issues, non-profit organizations, or civic groups.
This performance assessment aligns with NGSS Performance Expectation K.PS2.2 and is intended to be used as an interim assessment. These assessments can either be used summatively, as an end of learning activity, or formatively, utilizing student responses to identify next instructional steps.
This performance assessment aligns with NGSS Performance Expectation 5.PS1.2 and is intended to be used as an interim assessment. These assessments can either be used summatively, as an end of learning activity, or formatively, utilizing student responses to identify next instructional steps.
This is a lesson using Digital Age Skills in Digital Citizenship - Staying Safe Online
With this tutorial, I want to make everyone confident and prepared into an interview room ( a virtual interview room, if necessary). I know you have the talent and skills necessary for the position you applied for; I know you will be the best fit for the position; the preparation you complete before and during your interview will ensure that the employer knows this.
This performance assessment aligns with NGSS Performance Expectation 2.ESS2.2 and is intended to be used as an interim assessment. These assessments can either be used summatively, as an end of learning activity, or formatively, utilizing student responses to identify next instructional steps.
racing graduates has become an imperative for higher education institutions much more during the pandemic. This tracer determined the employment and employability status of the 2019 BSE graduates and identified the competencies they adequately acquired and deemed vital for work. It used descriptive design, and data were collected from the 103 graduates through a Google form with open and closed-ended questions administered between November and December 2020. Results revealed that most of the graduates had been employed in teaching and teaching-related jobs but mostly in contractual arrangements within the first and second six months after graduation. Many had their first jobs with meager salaries from the private sector. Communication, pedagogy, information communication technology, time management, and flexibility were the top competencies they adequately acquired and were beneficial in work. The study concluded that these graduates had acquired 21st-century skills in their respective degree programs. These results have corresponding implications for future research in confirming the most employable skills in secondary teaching. As recommended, classroom instruction might emphasize the development of these skills. Eventually, these become the competitive advantage and employability capitals of future graduates. Administering the licensure examination and the release of its results can be done within the first three months after graduation to lessen the cost of waiting.
The use of performance feedback in the workplace has gained popularity over the years, yet school heads have been challenged in providing it to teachers. In the initial interview, they shared that evaluation results can impact teachers’ motivation, and that feedback should be done carefully. However, they failed to clearly articulate a specific mechanism that had been applied in this vital role. Also, no studies have provided clear detail on the feedback mechanism used by school heads in the past. For this reason, a study explored the feedback mechanisms employed by school heads in conveying the performance evaluation results to teachers. This study employed a narrative inquiry, and interviews were conducted with five school heads and five teachers who were chosen purposively for this research. Responses were recorded using a voice recorder. These responses were transcribed and analyzed using thematic narrative analysis. Based on transcripts, the study identified six emergent themes, such as conversational (one-on-one), relational, reflective, technical, reinforcing, and properly situated mechanisms in conveying performance evaluation results to teachers. Thus, a new feedback mechanism framework was developed.
The stories in Living Proof are intended to provide support and inspiration for mathematics students experiencing struggle and despair. If students keep working, if they keep seeking, they’ll be rewarded by serendipity, which is really just, as these stories remind us, the habit of mind to be engaged and to notice when something good has happened.
This resource was initially created to help creative arts students critically engage with referencing and citation politics and celebrate in time for Eurovision in May 2021!
Five things you can learn from Eurovision about referencing include:
1. Both referencing and Eurovision are political
2. Question power and privilege and amplify diverse voices
3. Prioritise quality over quantity of sources and focus on content more than staging or style
4. Record and backup sources so you can learn from the past
5. Inspired by this year’s Eurovision theme Open Up, support open scholarship
The activities in this cookbook draw on research and good practice in online course design to provide recipes - concise and specific instructions and examples - for adding asynchronous activities to a course. Meaningful interaction between students and instructors is a key ingredient in all of these recipes.
Open Signals and Systems Laboratory Exercises is a collection of lab assignments that have been used in EE 224: Signals and Systems I in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. These lab exercises have been curated, edited, and presented in a consistent format to improve student learning.
This textbook provides an introduction to plant genetics and biotechnology for the advancement of agriculture. A clear and structured introduction to the topic for learners new to the field of genetics, the book includes: an introduction to the life cycle of the cell, DNA and how it relates to genes and chromosomes, DNA analysis, recombinant DNA, biotechnology, and transmission genetics.
Esta revista é o produto da da dissertação da autora Rosilene Santos Bastos de Quadros, que teve por título: "Educação Ambiental em Belém – Trajetórias e Partilhas entre a Fundação Escola Bosque e as Escolas do Distrito D’água – Desafios e Perspectivas". A referida revista relata sobre os projetos desenvolvidos na Funbosque, em Belém-PA, e deve funcionar como um guia para o desenvolvimento de ações para a promoção das Ciências Ambientais e Educação Ambiental. A Funbosque apresenta lugar de destaque nos temas socioambientais e tem muito a oferecer às escolas do Estado do Pará, que também podem participar da troca de experiências, em especial, por meio da revista digital proposta.
This performance assessment aligns with NGSS performance 3.ESS3.1 and is intended to be used as an interim assessment. These assessments can either be used summatively, as an end of learning activity, or formatively, utilizing student responses to identify next instructional steps.
In 2021, the Student Senate at Roger Williams University passed a resolution to initiate coursemarking in RogerCentral, the portal in which students search and register for classes. This resolution is licensed CC-BY, in hopes that other student governments can benefit from seeing model language.
This web app is a complete critical edition of MND, which can be viewed as plain text or in a mode with glosses appropriate to students just getting familiar with the play. It has a second mode for more advanced students with textual notes and explorations of mythology and classical allusions. A final mode for performers/experiential learners displays the text showing typographical indications of scansion and rhetoric. The app also includes an interactive mode for memorization drills. The text from all modes is fully printable.
The text is accompanied by a full set of features, including:
a full cast list and doubling chart,
a textual history,
a performance history,
an essay on performance challenges and opportunities,
a guide to practical scansion principles,
a resources guide connecting readers to facsimiles and study aides,
and a special section covering all the music and dance cues in the show with suggestions and examples.
Willkommen im Lehr-Lernprojekt Lehr-Lernprojekt „Grammatik und Schule im digitalen Zeitalter: durch teilnehmende Beobachtung und forschungsorientiertes Lernen den eigenen Sprachgebrauch digitaler Kommunikation sowie Vermittlungsmöglichkeiten grammatischer Strukturen untersuchen“!
Kurzbeschreibung des Projekts
„WhatsApp & Co machen Schüler*innen dumm.“ Ziel des Seminars ist es, diese Aussage durch teilnehmende Beobachtung und forschungsorientiertes Lernen zu hinterfragen. Die Untersuchung des eigenen Sprachgebrauchs liefert empirische Befunde für die Vermittlung grammatischer Strukturen im digitalen Zeitalter.
Inwiefern unterscheidet sich digitale Kommunikation von anderen Sprachregistern und wie kann grammatische Kompetenz im digitalen Zeitalter vermittelt werden? Am Ende des Semesters sollen die Teilnehmenden in der Lage sein, grammatische Strukturen anhand digitaler Daten zu beschreiben. Außerdem wissen sie, wie digitale Daten aufbereitet und ggf. annotiert werden müssen, um für sprachwissenschaftliche Zwecke weiterverwendet werden zu können. Schließlich können sie sprachwissenschaftlich gegen den Sprachverfallmythos argumentieren und haben anhand ihrer eigenen Erfahrung mit digitalen Daten gelernt, dass die Benutzung sozialer Medien die deutsche Sprache nicht gefährdet.
Projektablauf und Teilnehmende
Das Projekt wurde 2020-2021 an der Universität Leipzig von Dr.in Naomi Truan (Antragstellerin und Projektleiterin) in Zusammenarbeit mit Dennis Dressel und Sophia Böhme durchgeführt. Rückmeldungen sind herzlich willkommen! Schreiben Sie mir gerne eine E-Mail an: email@example.com.
This textbook serves as an introduction to nutrition for undergraduate students and is the OER textbook for the FSHN 185 The Science of Human Nutrition course at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. The book covers basic concepts in human nutrition, key information about essential nutrients, basic nutritional assessment, and nutrition across the lifespan.