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¬For more classes visits www.snaptutorial.com AED 203 Assignment: Science Experiment AED 203 Capstone Discussion Question AED 203 Final Project: Effective Classroom Management Plan AED 203 WEEK 1 ONE DISCUSSION 1 AED 203 WEEK 1 ONE DISCUSSION 2 AED 203 CheckPoint: Room Plan AED 203 CheckPoint: Effective Lesson Plan AED 203 WEEK 3 THREE DISCUSSION 1 AED 203 WEEK 3 THREE DISCUSSION 2 AED 203 CheckPoint: Monitoring Student Progress – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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  • AED 203 Assignment- Science Experiment
  • AED 203 Capstone Discussion Question
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  • Resource Pages 269-284 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 7
    Individual forum Choose a grade level and a
    scientific concept appropriate for that level.
    Plan a science experiment to explore this
    concept. In your paper, address the following
    pointso List the equipment and materials to be
    included in the science kit.o Explain what
    safety precautions are needed.
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  •  Due Date Day 3 Main forum Post your
    response to the following questions How do
    classroom management issues differ, depending on
    the subject matter? For instance, how can you
    manage an English language arts or social studies
    classroom differently than you can a mathematics
    or science classroom

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Approaches
  • AED 203 CheckPoint -Approaches to
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  • Resource Pages 118 190-192 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 5
    Individual forum Review the definition of
    constructivism on p. 118 of the text as well as
    Characteristics of a Constructivist Approach to
    Language Arts
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  •   Resource Pages 241-263 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 5
    Individual forum Consider that teaching
    strategies and instructional materials in the
    mathematics classroom should be age-

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Approaches to Teaching Science
  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Approaches
  •  
  • In Curriculum and Instructional Methods for the
    Elementary and Middle School, 6th ed. (2006), J.
    K. Lemlech argues that how students learn
    science is just as important as what they learn.
    In the teaching of science, a major objective is
    to develop students problem-solving
  • Approaches to Teaching Social StudiesMany
    historical and current events are controversial,
    including multicultural, gender, and moral
    issues. Although teachers do not have to shy away
    from teaching controversial subject matter in the
    social studies classroom, they should approach
    the teaching of these subjects differently than
    they do noncontroversial subjects. Resource
    Pages 217-233 of Curriculum and Instructional
    Methods Due Date Day 3 Individual forum

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Classroom Management
    Strategies
  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Community Involvement
  • Resources Appendix B and pp. 49-82 of Curriculum
    and Instructional Methods Due Date Day 3
    Individual forum Consider that implementing
    effective classroom management strategies can
    create a classroom not only more conducive to
    learning but also more enjoyable for teachers,
    students, and other educational professionals
  •   
  • Resource Pages 215-239 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 5
    Individual forum Consider that one
    responsibility of the social studies teacher is
    to help students become better-informed, more
    responsible citizens. Suggest, in 200 to 300
    words, instructional strategies for encouraging
    community involvement and global awareness for
    social studies students. Post your response.

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Effective Lesson Plan
  • AED 203 CheckPoint Monitoring Student Progress
  • Resource Pages 76-82 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods
  • Due Date Day 7 Individual forum Consider
    the following As teachers become more
    experienced in the classroom, they normally use
    lesson plans with fewer details although lesson
    planning continues to be an important component
    of instruction. While you are still new to the
    classroom, however, you will want to use fairly
    detailed lesson plans. Review the experienced
    teachers lesson plan in Figure 3.3
  • Resource Pages 156-157 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 3
    Individual forum Recall that before a teacher
    assigns homework or tests, he or she needs to
    monitor students progress to determine their
    level of understanding. Monitoring techniques
    include both formal and informal observations.
    Write a 200- to 300-word response to the
    following points regarding

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint Resources in the Science
    Classroom
  • AED 203 CheckPoint- Room Plan
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  •  Resource Pages 269-284 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 3
    Individual forum Consider that in order to
    understand scientific concepts, students need to
    observe and participate in experiments. Address
    the following questions in 200 to 300 words How
    can you provide relevant hands-on learning in a
    science classroom when few resources are provided
    by the school? How can you ensure student safety
    and involvement in the science classroom?
  •  Resource Pages 69-72 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 5
    Individual forum Consider that the way a
    classroom is arranged influences the extent to
    which students are engaged in the learning
    process. The room plan also impacts the amount of
    time you have to spend on classroom management
    issues. Use a word-processing drawing tool,
    such as the Drawing toolbar in Microsoft Word,
    to sketch an effective room plan for your
    classroom.

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  • AED 203 CheckPoint- The Roles of Home, School,
    and Society
  • AED 203 Entire Course, All Assignments, Checkpoint
  • Resource Pages 7-22 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods Due Date Day 5 post to
    the Individual forumAED 203 Classroom
    InstructionCourse Syllabus Page 9 Consider
    that educational goals and standards reflect the
    goals and standards of the society in which
    schools exist.
  • AED 203 Assignment Science Experiment
  • AED 203 Capstone Discussion Question
  • AED 203 Final Project Effective Classroom
    Management Plan
  • AED 203 WEEK 1 ONE DISCUSSION 1
  • AED 203 WEEK 1 ONE DISCUSSION 2
  • AED 203 CheckPoint Room Plan
  • AED 203 CheckPoint Effective Lesson Plan

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  • AED 203 Final Project- Effective Classroom
    Management Plan
  • AED 203 WEEK 1 DISCUSSION 1
  • Resource Appendix A Due Date Day 7
    Individual forum Develop an effective
    classroom management plan to add to your
    professional portfolio. Include the following
    sections for this portfolio componento
    Organizing Procedures and Resourceso Arranging
    the Environmento Monitoring Student Progress
  • Discussion Question 1 Due Date Day 2 post to
    the Main forum Post your response to the
    following Recall an effective teacher you had in
    the past. What made that teacher effective? As
    you respond to your classmates posts

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  • AED 203 WEEK 1 DISCUSSION 2
  • AED 203 WEEK 3 DISCUSSION 1
  • Discussion Question 2 Due Date Day 4 post to
    the Main forum Consider the following
    According to J. K. Lemlech (2006), author of
    Curriculum and Instructional Methods for the
    Elementary and Middle School, 6th ed., the
    school curriculum responds to three interwoven
    components . . . . One of these components is
    societal needs and concerns (p. 7). Post your
    response to the following In your opinion, which
    social, legal, or economic concern affecting
  • Discussion Question 1 Due Date Day 2 Main
    forum Consider the following Howard Gardner
    (cited in Lemlech, 2006) offers an alternative
    theory to measuring intelligence through
    traditional I.Q. tests. Gardners theory of
    multiple intelligences includes eight different
    types of intelligence (1) linguistic, (2)
    logical-mathematical, (3) spatial, (4) musical,
    (5) bodily-kinesthetic, (6) interpersonal, (7)
    intrapersonal, and (8) naturalistic (pp.
    33-34). Post your response to the following
    How can you provide for multiple intelligences

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  • AED 203 WEEK 3 DISCUSSION 2
  • AED 203 Week 4 Assignment- Appropriate Use
  • Discussion Question 2 Due Date Day 4 Main
    forum Post your response to the following
    Teachers sometimes want students to work together
    in order to complete an assignment or a task. Two
    common instructional methods used in the
    classroom are group investigation and cooperative
    learning. When is it appropriate to use group
    investigation
  • Resources Pages 157-177 of Curriculum and
    Instructional Methods and a Microsoft
    PowerPoint tutorial at http//highered.mcgraw-hil
    l.com/sites/0072964464/student_view0/creating_powe
    rpoints.html Due Date Day 7 Individual
    forum Consider that involving parents in the
    educational processespecially in controversial
    or innovative areas of

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  • AED 203 WEEK 5 DISCUSSION QUESTION 1
  • AED 203 WEEK 5 DISCUSSION QUESTION 2
  • Due Date Day 2 Main forum Post your response
    to the following Being able to read, write,
    listen, and respond are basic skills that form
    the foundation for all other learning. How can
    English language arts teachers create a
    literacy-rich environment in their classrooms?
    How can teachers overcome obstacles to literacy
    or resistance on the part of students
  • Discussion Question 2 Due Date Day 4 Main
    forum Post your response to the following
    Language arts contains both receptive (listening,
    reading) and expressive (speaking, writing)
    components but no content of its own. Suggest one
    way that teachers can integrate content and
    instruction in an English language arts classroom.

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  • AED 203 Week 6 Assignment- Virtual Field Trip
  • AED 203 WEEK 7 DISCUSSION 1
  • Assignment Virtual Field TripDespite the value
    of a visit to a museum or historical site, not
    every school budget allows for field trips. With
    the advent of the Internet, however, students can
    travel to exotic locations without ever leaving
    the classroom. Resources Pages 221, 235-236,
    238-239 of Curriculum and Instructional Methods
    and a Microsoft PowerPoint tutorial at
    http//highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072964464/s
    tudent_view0/creating_powerpoints.html
  • Discussion Question 1 Due Date Day 2 Main
    forum Post your response to the following Some
    students experience anxiety over learning
    mathematical concepts or believe that math is
    mechanical and boring. What strategies can you
    use to help students cope with math anxiety? How
    can you make math class interesting and fun as
    well as

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  • AED 203 WEEK 7 DISCUSSION 2
  • . (Discussion Question 2 Due Date Day 4 Main
    forum Post your response to the following The
    introduction of calculators and computers into
    the mathematics classroom has made it faster and
    easier for students to complete difficult
    problems. Technology should not, however, replace
    the students understanding of basic mathematical
    operations. What are some appropriate and
    effective ways to use technology in the
    mathematics classroom? How can you ensure that
    students do not depend too heavily on technology
    to complete mathematics

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