Research Papers on Teaching Methods

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • Freire and Mezirow

    This paper discusses transformative learning and transformative leadership. Freire and Mezirow was explained. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Learning Styles And Reaching Full Potential

    Brief discussion of Kolb and Gardner's approach to learning. Two sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Alternatives to Student Learning Assessed

    In six pages student learning options are assessed in order to determine that testing is not necessarily the best assessment instrument and focuses more on such other alternatives as journals, portfolios, methods based on performance, and observations. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning Teams, Key Communication Skills

    This essay pertains to team-based learning (TBL) and the key communication skills that influence its success and effectiveness. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Learning Modes Relate to Differentiating Instruction

    The information provided in this essay provides insight about learning styles, multiple intelligences, and differentiated instruction. It also noted that there are many ways to differentiate instruction for different students. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Can Educators Take Advantage of Individual Learning Styles

    This paper considers the question of how disabled adults learn. This ten page paper includes six sources in the bibliography.

  • Collaborative Group Online Learning Management

    In 10 pages this paper examines an online collaborative learning environment in terms of management pros and cons. There are 8 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning Abilities and the Impact of Variables

    In eight pages this research paper assesses the impacts of motivation, locus of control, influence of peers, socialization, achievement needs, and self concept as each pertain to learning. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Technology and Learning Styles Among High School Freshman

    This paper analyzes Vicki Cohen's article, Learning Styles and Technology in a Ninth-Grade High School Population. This three page paper has one source in the bibliography.

  • Learning from Leapfrog

    This 4 page paper uses a case study to discuss the success of Leapfrog Enterprises. It discusses the No Child Left Behind Act, as well as Leapfrog’s business model. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • General Overview of Project Based Learning

    In twelve pages this paper presents a project based learning overview that considers how problem solving abilities and motivation in students are enhanced and the importance of technology. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Complex Thinking Skills and Cooperative Learning

    In five pages the ways in which thinking skills may be improved through cooperative learning are considered. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Leo F. Buscaglia's Living, Loving and Learning

    In three pages a summary and assessment of this popular 1982 book are presented. There are no other sources listed.

  • Using Technology To Support Learning

    This 4 page paper discusses a project for middle school students in which they will use technology in all parts of the project. The project is designing a future city and is multidisciplinary in nature. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Personal Definition Of Video Games

    4 pages in length. Despite the general consensus that video games encourage antisocial behavior, obesity, sedentariness and - some argue - violent tendencies, there is an entirely opposite definition to this animated, interactive entertainment many people overlook: their value as effective learning tools. The extent to which children and adolescents alike connect with the fantasy world of video games is both grand and far-reaching; that this interactive relationship has spilled over into the academic environment as an unexpected - yet highly welcome - educational device speaks to the overwhelming benefit this particular type of technology has had upon reaching and teaching students, inasmuch as being engaged with the overall learning process is half the struggle of achievement. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Michael J. Schmoker's "Results Fieldbook Practical Strategies From Dramatically Improved Schools" - Critique

    4 pages in length. Michael J. Schmoker's Results Fieldbook: Practical Strategies From Dramatically Improved Schools serves to set a precedence whereby five school districts are showcased for stepping away from traditional approaches in exchange for embracing alternative methods that produce results. In examining these five school districts, it becomes clear how there is no single style of teaching that can reach every student; rather, instructors must offer a compilation of methods in order to draw out the learning potential of each individual student. The most astonishing aspect about these strategies is how they do not require extensive amounts of time to see results; using Schmoker's approach, they are both immediate and effective. No additional sources cited.

  • How Do You Learn Best

    Learning styles have been researched and studied for decades. Do you know what your own learning style is? If you are a teacher, you will tend to instruct your class based on your own learning style. This means if you present material visually, students who learn through their auditory channel will not learn much. This essay discusses several issues related to learning styles beginning with the writer's own style and how most of K-12 education was presented in a different style. Other topics include the importance of knowing your students' learning styles, how to assess them, how to overcome obstacles, and examples for incorporating three styles in a lesson. There are two sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Experiential and Brain-Based

    These are two types of learning that are discussed in this paper that focuses on cognition and learning. Definitions and relationships of these concepts are included. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory

    A 6 page paper. The writer identifies the two experiential learning orientations/perspectives, then, outlines, reports and discusses the four stages in Kolb's model, which have also been referred to as the Learning Cycle along with other titles. The four learning styles based on the Learning Cycle are discussed. The essay then comments on the relationship of Kolb's model to the adult student's specific situation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Learning Styles and Categories

    In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at different learning styles. The VARK and Kolb models of learning are explored. Paper uses three sources.

  • Learning and the Significance of Prior Experiences and Knowledge

    In four pages this paper examines how the brain learns in a consideration of meaningful learning, brain based learning, prior knowledge, processing levels, neural connections, relevance, and schema theory. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Grouping Students for Success

    This paper offers an introductory overview of cooperative learning.There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • The Application of Research into Brain Function to the Learning Process

    The writer provides a review of research on the learning process and its relation to brain function. The writer mentions the work of three authors in this regard: Robert Sylvester, Eric Jensen and Marian Diamond, and argues that learning is a process in which an individual gains knowledge from his environment. The paper is five pages long and there are eleven sources listed in the bibliography.

  • An Examination of Anti Oppressive Training Schemes

    In a paper consisting of eleven pages learning styles such as those of Paulo Freire are applied to anti oppressive training scheme development and includes tactile, auditory, and visual learning styles and the issues a teacher devising a course of study must be apprised of. Nine sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Mathematics and the Space Program

    In twenty pages this paper examines the connection between the space program conditions and 1960s and 1970s mathematics education reform. An outline is included and there are seventeen sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Neurological Issues And Learning Disabilities

    A 10 page paper that investigates the recent neurological discoveries and information as they relate to learning disabilities. The paper discusses the development of the brain and factors that effect its development. The writer also discusses the parts of the brain that have been correlated with different learning disabilities. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • A Challenging Learning Experience

    A 5 page research paper that offers a first-person account of a challenging learning experience personal to the writer/tutor. This account discusses the writer’s feelings and attitudes toward the experience in terms of classical conditioning and negative reinforcement. The writer then relates how the learning was finally accomplished in terms of the constructivist paradigm. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Influential Factors in Early Childhood Learning

    In seven pages childhood learning is examined in terms of influential factors with theories including multicultural materials, interaction with parents, and environment are emphasized in terms of their importance. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning Disabled Students and Social Skills

    In six pages this overview considers the deficient social skills in learning disabled students and considers how they can be developed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning Theories

    Social, Constructivist, Behaviorist : A 4 page paper that explains and discusses each of these learning theories, including their major principles and theorists. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Ralph Thompson's 'Learning to Question'

    In five pages this 1969 article regarding education and the importance of asking questions is critiqued. There are no other sources cited.

  • Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura

    In seven pages Bandura's theory that bridged cognitivism and behaviorism is explored in terms of establishing goals and includes in the discussion of a program based on the theory designed to reduce children's physical aggression. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Curriculum Design and the Impacts of Experiential Learning Theory

    In eight pages this paper examines how curriculum design has been influenced by the Kolb experiential learning model. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Reaction Paper to Taking the Good from the Bad by McArthur

    In three pages an article that criticizes the teaching of science is the focus of this positive reaction paper. There are no other sources listed.

  • Rounding Numbers/Nearest Tenth

    A 4 page research paper that discusses how to teach fifth graders how to round numbers to the nearest tenth. The writer also discusses what prerequisite concepts and skills should be mastered by fifth graders before presenting this lesson. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • No Child Left Behind and Standardized Testing

    In ten pages this research paper examines 2001's NCLB in terms of its impact on teaching and presents a literature review that exposes the educational detriments of standardized testing. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Visual Prompts and Educating Autistic Students

    This paper reviews the work of three research studies which demonstrate the importance of implementing specific organizational strategies in teaching students with autism. There are three sources listed in this nine page paper.

  • Exploring Learning Styles

    In seven pages learning styles and different ways of learning are discussed in terms of the individual and teaching approaches. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • English Language Instruction and Computers

    Teaching English and the value of computer software are the focus of this proposed research study and literature review consisting of four pages. Seven sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Dual Language Programs - Two-Way Immersion

    A 9 page paper. One type of bilingual program that has been found to be successful if the dual language, or two-way immersion program where half the class is taught in English and half the other language. This paper discusses this type of program and reports the success some schools have had with it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • How Division Can be Taught to Children

    In nine pages this paper examines division teaching in a consideration of pattern identification, table usages, and dividing rectangles. Four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Using Literature to Teach Vocabulary

    This paper examines the various ways in which educators can utilize literature to enhance students' vocabulary skills. This eleven page paper has ten sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Integrating Assessment to Support Learning

    A 3 page research paper/essay that discusses the need for authentic assessment and several forms of authentic assessment. The writer argues that the goal of teaching and assessment is to instruct students on how to go about the process of becoming self-motivated in their learning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • The Unanticipated Impacts of the No Child Left Behind Act

    This paper considers the findings of researchers Linda Vallie and Daria Buese in regard to this Act's negative impacts on teacher roles, impacts that reverberate all the way down to teaching effectiveness. There are four sources listed in this three page paper.

  • English-Language Learners

    This 15 page paper begins by presenting information about a particular school in terms of English-language learners' achievement and concerns expressed by teachers regarding their own ability to teach ELL students. The literature review considers many aspects of ELL instruction, including academic progress, literacy progress, and strategies that could help increase achievement and literacy, including the involvement of parents. The last section offers a critical analysis of the problem in outline form. Statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Warren Bennis's On Becoming A Leader

    In a paper that consists of five pages the book's major points are considered in terms of how they may be applied to teach leadership principles. There are no other sources cited in the bibliography.

  • STROKE SIGNS, PROTOCOLS AND LESSONS

    Focuses on imparting information and teaching methods regarding educating about stroke recognition and treatment protocols. There are 3 sources listed in the bibliography of this 3-page paper.

  • Importance of the Anti-Bias Curriculum

    This research paper discusses the significance of teaching an anti-bias curriculum within the context of today's multi-ethnic society. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Internet-Based Activities

    A 3 page research paper that describes and discusses 3 Internet-based activities designed to be used in a fourth-grade science class. The goal of the tasks is to teach the students about endangered species. The learning goals are scaffolded, each building on the other. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Strategic Plan for Pedagogical Improvement

    AThis 10 page paper considers a case where a primary school has gone through a pedagogy audit and the school is performing poorly in area of student learning. There has been a structure and leadership change put into place to improve the organizational culture of school. The next stage is to develop a strategy for improvement, this strategy is contained in the paper, which looks at who issues, who the stakeholders are, the goals and then the strategy to be adopted including looking at both the environment and teaching models that are used. The bibliography cites 12 sources.

  • Achievement in Web-Based Courses

    A 6 page research paper that offers a critique of a study on web-based learning. Bell (2007) conducted a study that investigated the effects of self-regulated learning (SRL) and epistemological beliefs (EB) on the achievement of individual learners involved in courses that included web-based learning environments. The researcher points out that while online learning has been praised as creating greater access to higher education, it is questionable as to whether or not all students in their late adolescence/early adult years can benefit from this experience, as the online learning environment requires a high degree of self-regulation, as well as “higher levels of intellectual development” (Bell, 2007, p. 523). This critique of this study focuses on the methodology that was employed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Learning Theories - Emphasis On Adult Learning Theories

    A 30 page paper. Part 1 of the paper discusses the learning/development theories of Thorndike Bandura, Rogers, Maslow and Kohlberg. The major points of each theory are presented and discussed, including the contribution of that theory to the field of education. The five theories are also compared and contrasted. The second part of the paper discusses adult learning, specifically, again, relating comments to the five theorists identified. 1 Table is included that shows the differences in focus of each theory. Bibliography lists 19 sources.

  • High School Language, Direct Learning, and Cooperative Learning Approaches

    In five pages these two approaches to learning are evaluated in terms of the benefits for a high school student with the conclusion that both can greatly assist in the study of language arts. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Distance Learning is Ideal for Stay at Home Mothers

    This 3 page paper examines distance learning and how it has made it easier for stay at home mothers to earn their degrees. Online learning is discussed. Its applicability for this population is the focus of attention. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Methodology on a Study Regarding Student Outcomes and Parent Involvement

    In six pages this paper discusses a real study methodology that includes the basic elements of introduction, hypothesis, and conclusions as it relates to student outcomes regarding 1st and 3rd grade mathematics achievement and its relationship to the involvement of parents. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Exploratory and Active Learning Activities

    In a paper consisting of four pages active learning is discussed as are suggested activities that can assist in the achievement of active learning goals through implementation. There are five bibliographic sources cited.

  • Professional Learning Community Creation

    In sixteen pages this paper considers professional learning communities and discusses how one can be created through Boyer's six learning community principles and various roles and processes as well as the significance of a collaborative team are also considered. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Project Based Learning

    In eleven pages this research paper discusses the history of project based learning and examines its learning effectiveness promotion at every grade level. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Grades Seven through Twelve and Literacy That is Literature Based

    In twelve pages this essay consisting of 3 sections discusses a literacy program for grades seven through twelve based upon literature with an examination of learning disabilities, ESL learning, and a Globe Fearon Literature Program. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Multicultural Learning Community Development

    In ten pages Boyer's 6 learning community principles are applied to an academic institution in which various factors must be in place in order for these principles to exist and the goal of multicultural learning can be achieved. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Effectiveness And Efficiency Of Multimedia Software As An Instructional Delivery System: Assessment

    3 pages in length. The fact that learning can be integrated with fun is one particular reason why multimedia software is beneficial as an instructional delivery system, inasmuch as it serves to facilitate the learning objective. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Learning Styles

    A 3 page paper that briefly describes some of the many learning styles, including field-dependent/independent; Kolb; Dunn & Dunn; and the coordination of learning styles and multiple intelligences. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Assessment of English Language Learning

    In five pages this fictitious case study involving a student named Chin is featured in this assessment of satisfying the needs of an English language learner with various methods considered that would best meet student requirements. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Behaviorist Perspective on 8th and 9th Grade Students Learning to Write

    In four pages this report considers eighth and ninth graders' improvement of writing skills from a behaviorist perspective. There is no bibliography included.

  • Lester and Onore - Learning Change

    This 4 page paper examines a chapter of the book by Nancy Lester and Cynthia Onore entitled Learning Change: One School District Meets Language Across the Curriculum. The writer discusses the approaches of these two veteran teachers; one uses the constructivist approach and the other is an objectivist. The writer describes each approach and analyzes which is more effective. There is 1 source listed in the bibliography.

  • Brain Dominance and Various Learning Styles

    In six pages this research paper examines left or right brain dominance in a consideration of various approaches to learning. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Project Presentation on a Distance Learning Program

    In three pages an investment agency wishing to institute a program of distance learning is examined in this presentation outline that includes a breakdown on how many minutes each segment should be scheduled for. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Literature Review of the Topic Letter Reversal in Children with Severe Learning Disabilities

    In five pages this paper presents a literature review on children with serious learning disabilities in a consideration of upper and lower case letters and education as it pertains to writing and reading. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Distance Learning Programs' Evaluation

    In five pages this paper examines how a distance learning or elearning course might be evaluated in terms of success or its lack thereof. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 'Supporting and Facilitating Self-Directed Learning' Critiqued

    An ERIC database article is assessed in terms of its value in one page and 250 words and concludes that practice and theory are both sound. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Physical Fitness and the Kolb Model of Experiential Learning

    In twenty pages this paper analyzes processing and perception as it pertains to physical fitness in this application of the Kolb Model of experiential learning. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Learning That is Problem Based

    In four pages this paper defines and discusses the value and workings of problem based learning. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Programs of University and Online Distance Learning

    In ten pages programs of distance learning that are being developed internationally through the Internet and offered by colleges and universities are examined. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Treating Learning Disabilities with Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome

    In five pages this research paper examines Dr. Helen Irlen's Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome and how colored lens can assist in the treatment of learning disabilities. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning Assessment

    In six pages this research paper first offers a guide on assessing personal views regarding student assessment process that consists of one page and then follows with portfolios and other assessment measurements before concluding with some self evaluation suggestions. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Objectives for Lesson

    An instructional unit on water for grade 6 was selected from the Web. This essay analyzes the lesson and creates terminal and enabling objectives for that unit. There are four sources used in this four page paper.

  • Water Quality Lesson

    A thematic lesson is presented that incorporates Backward design model of planning, purpose of lesson, strategies for different learners, and assessment. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Mary Aswell Doll's Curriculum Philosophies in Like Letters in Running Water

    In four pages this text featuring the curriculum philosophies of Mary Aswell Doll is reviewed. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Rain Forest Interdisciplinary Unit for Second Grade

    In six pages second grade disciplinary units are examined in terms of their various elements and goals which are then related to the PA Standards followed 5 disciplinary level activities with the focus being rain forests. There is no bibliography included.

  • Rain Forest Thematic Unit Overview

    In nine pages this rain forest thematic overview includes unit goals and focus, resources and materials listing, 3 integrated activities and lessons with topics to discuss along with an extra activity and learning assessment concepts. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Should Schools Allow Spanking?

    Once a staple along with eraser dust and gym class, corporal punishment has fallen into disfavor in public schools. This paper examines both sides of the corporal punishment debate and gives a list of states where it has been banned, as well as statistics on students beaten in the states that have not.This paper has five pages and five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Arguing Against School Corporal Punishment

    In a paper that contains four pages the ineffectiveness of the use of corporal punishment by schools is discussed along with an argument in support of abandoning the practice. There are eight bibliographic sources cited.

  • Creativity

    A 4 page paper that addresses these topics: what is creativity, the principles of creativity, why children are more creative than adults, if some people are more creative than others, and should creativity be encourages in school. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Art & Creativity/Elementary Classroom

    A 4 page research paper that discusses the relationship between art, creativity and learning within the context of an elementary classroom. The write argues that art, and the creativity associated with artistic endeavor, can open the door to enhanced student learning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Learning as Adults

    This essay begins with a statement about what the writer expects to learn in the adult education program and whether the writer should just learn about learning styles or take the entire master's program and why. The essay cites some experts and what they said about adult learning. There are five sources used in this four page paper.

  • Learning Styles Discussion

    This paper discusses learning styles and the instructional paradigm shift that began happening two decades ago. Theorists cited include Paulo Freire, Howard Gardner, and Carl Jung. The paper reports the learning styles assessment results for the student. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Small Group and Tiered Instruction

    This research paper offers an investigation of research and educational literature that discusses the significance of small group and tiered instruction as pedagogical approaches that support scaffolding and differentiated instruction. Seven pages in length, six sources are cited.

  • Middle School Differentiated Instruction

    In twenty pages differentiated instruction is considered in an educational overview with definition provided, 4 methods of instruction differentiation, and differences that need to be considered before its major principles are applied to a middle school classroom setting with a leson plan checklist along with various strategies also included. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Differentiated Instruction

    In three pages differentiated instruction is examined with answers to questions pertaining to its definition, what it consists of, how it satisfies learner's requirements, and its student benefits. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health & PE/Differentiated Instruction

    A 4 page research paper that discusses differentiated instruction in general and then focuses on applying these principles to health and physical education classrooms. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Language Arts Instruction of the Twenty First Century

    In six pages this paper examines elementary language arts instruction in terms of whole language and direct instruction phonetic approaches. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • LD Students and Educational Instruction

    In seven pages this paper examines formative evaluation, class wide and peer tutoring, and direct instruction regarding the teaching of learning disabled students with formative assessment benefits emphasized. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • English Language Learners and Direct Instruction

    In five pages this research paper discusses the comprehensive model of Direct Instruction designed by S.E. Engelman and his colleagues for the federally funded experimental program Project Follow Through that provides an integration of sophisticated classroom curriculum with efficient teaching practices. The potential this model holds for ELLs and increased scholastic accomplishment are considered. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Early Childhood Educational Instruction

    In five pages this research paper examines early childhood education with a contrast of didactic and direct instruction based upon developmental appropriateness. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Studies in Distance Education

    This 3 page paper analyzes three articles about distance education very briefly, and discusses what the concept of distance education comprises. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Distance Education and the Isolation of Rural Schools

    This 4 page paper discusses distance education and the benefits it offers, particularly to students in rural areas. It also briefly touches on how teachers interact with students in the distance learning situation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Classroom Diversity

    In a paper of four pages, the author writes about populations of diversity in schools and the best methods for addressing their needs. There are six sources used in this paper as support material.

  • Educational Trends

    This 9 page paper reviews five journal articles dealing with emerging or existing educational trends. Among the trends discussed are the increasing use of the Internet in the classroom, school-university partnerships and cooperative teaching. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • 4th Grade/Endangered Animals Web Quest

    A 5 page guide/research paper that, first, discusses various web sites on the topic of endangered species that can be characterized by their approach. Then, the writer offers a lesson plan using some of these sites. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Developing Children's Memory by Using Music

    This 5 page paper discusses the way in which memory is processed by the brain. The writer also points out that mnemonics is often used for memorization, and that it works particularly well in conjunction with a game-like activity. The writer also discusses some of the research on music and memory, with emphasis on the types of music found to be most effective and the age at which most infants typically begin to develop memory. There are 6 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Listening Techniques

    A 16 page research paper, which includes a 1-page abstract and an 1-item appendix, that addresses the topic of listening, which is a foundational skill to academic achievement at all levels. This literature review explores the topic of listening, both from the perspective of how teachers can improve on their listening skills and also how they can instruct their students in regards to listening skills. Topics covered include the importance of listening; approaches to improving listening; classroom management techniques, getting students to listen; listening in the early grades; listening to music; listening techniques, effective listening; the importance of teachers. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Inclusion - Costs And Outcomes

    A 7 page paper that begins with a clarification of inclusion and mainstreaming and the controversy surrounding the practice. The essay comments on the foundations for inclusion, the proportion of students with special needs in regular classrooms and the costs of educating a disabled student as compared to a non-disabled student. The writer also comments on the outcomes of inclusion. Statistical data included. 1 Table included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Children's Intelligence Testing That is School Based

    In ten pages this paper discusses intelligence testing that is school based. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Discussion Questions on Instructional Design

    In a paper of four pages, the writer looks at instructional design. An existing design is critiqued, and a sample of a straightforward design is offered. Paper uses zero sources.

  • Are School Curriculums Designed for Socio-Economic Status

    It is no secret that some schools are better than others and some teachers are better than others. Is the curriculum in any school specifically designed based on the socio-economic status of the students? This paper discusses an article by Jean Anyon who argues there is a hidden curriculum that is designed for students of each socio-economic status. Her study makes a good case for this conclusion. There is one sourcelisted in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Tardiness of High School Students

    In five pages this paper discusses tardiness in high school students in a consideration of reasons and the impact of this tardiness on these and other students in the classroom. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Public School vs Private School

    This 7 page paper gives an example paper about the differences between private and public schools. This paper includes the ways in which public schools are better than private schools. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Magnet Schools

    Nationally, at least one-third of high school students do not graduate. Beginning with their freshman year, they fall behind in credits, become discouraged and leave school. This essay discusses the origin of magnet schools and alternative high schools. The essay proposes one model for an alternative high school. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Achievement of Students and the Impact of Absentee Teachers

    In eight pages this empirical research review examines the causes of high rates of absenteeism among teachers and the negative impact this has upon academic performance of students. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • At Risk Elementary Students and Active Learning

    In this paper consisting of ten pages a literature description of at risk and active learning is offered as well as numerous active learning techniques that have been use with elementary students who are at risk with great effectiveness. There are thirty two sources cited.

  • Meaningful Learning Experiences

    A 4 page research paper that discusses how to provide meaningful and worthwhile learning experiences. There is an old saw that goes that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink. As this cliche illustrates, a teacher may provide all of the information and instruction necessary for learning, but for a learning experience to be worthwhile and meaningful, that is, for actual learning to take place, the active cooperation and cognition of the student must be engaged. The goal, therefore, is to provide teaching and learning experiences that are effective, that is, that instigate thinking and learning on the part of the student. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Alternative Therapies for ADD/ADHD

    This research paper consists of seven pages and examines the research literature that relates to intervention therapies with the emphasis on tactile stimulation and massage. There are seven bibliographic sources cited.

  • Language and Communication Problems Associated with Learning Disabilities (ADD/ADHD) in the School Age Child

    A 5 page review of the impacts these conditions can have in the academic setting. This paper recommends data-based intervention. Bibliography lists 7 sources).

  • Brief Overview of ADHD

    A research paper that briefly describes ADHD and offers classroom strategies for teaching these students. Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Technology and the Flipped Classroom

    In a paper of six pages, the author considers the benefits and limitations of the flipped classroom based on integrative technology. This author relates the belief that the flipped classroom offers some clear benefits for educators. The flipped classroom was implemented to make better use of instructional or in-class time and enhance learner understanding of materials through more practical applications and classroom activities. The author explains this and then offers some clarification about its limitations. There are six sources cited.

  • ADHD and Issues in Classroom Management

    Managing the classroom can be challenging in itself, but particularly so when dealing with issues relating to ADHD. This essay describes the condition, including symptoms and behaviors involved. Procedures for dealing with these issues and programs which have proven effective in the research are touched upon, and education professionals are offered some tips as to how to cope, particularly the value of reinforcement.The paper contains 11 pages and eight sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Mother's Perspective/Asperger Syndrome

    A 3 page book review on Echo Fling's book Eating An Artichoke, which is a personal journal of what it is like to raise a child who has Asperger Syndrome. The writer describes Asperger Syndrome and then focuses on the strategies devised by Fling to help her son. No additional sources cited.

  • Activity Cycles

    In a paper consisting of 5 pages Montessori education and child development theory is examined with the context of activity cycles.

  • National Standards/Fine Arts

    A 3 page research paper that, first of all, briefly outlines the general content of national standards addressing the fine arts: art education, dance, music and visual arts. Then the writer briefly discusses research on how to accomplish these goals. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Using Technology in Education

    In a paper of ten pages, the author reflects on the use of technology as a tool for instruction. The author considers the use of technology in creating presentations from online data on a specific topic. There are five sources.

  • Do Children Living With Their Mom Only do Worse

    The incidence of children living in single-parent homes continues to increase and it is usually the mother raising the children. Most of the literature dooms children living in this family structure but is that really true? Recent literature is offering a much brighter picture for these children. The paper reflects a research proposal that asks: What is the academic/educational performance of children living in single parent, mother-led, families. The essay includes all sections required for an APA research study, including methodology, literature review, and expected results. There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this seven page paper.

  • The Potential for Robots in Schools

    The writer considers the potential of Roberts to aid in the educational environment, considering how they might be used and the ways in which this may help students, including special needs students as well as teachers. The paper goes on to consider some of the difficulties of challenges in using robots in and education setting. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography of this fourteen page paper.

  • The Core Model and Comprehensive School Restructuring (CSR)

    A 5 page overview of the Core Model being implemented in schools around the nation. This paper evaluates the success of the model in Virginia and Oklahoma City. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Overview of Culture and Cultural Diversity

    A 3 page research paper/essay that discusses culture and cultural diversity, which are catchphrases that are frequently banded about in educational circles and also in regards to public policy formation, but examination of these terms brings up questions pertaining to precisely what is meant by these terms. This examination of culture and cultural diversity defines these terms and looks at associated issues. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • An Analysis of Dr. Georgi Lozanov's Integrated Learning Techniques

    This paper addresses the integrated and accelerated learning and educational techniques of Dr. Georgi Lozanov. The author focuses on how Dr. Lozanov's techniques can help educate English as a Second Language (ESL) student. This seven page paper has ten sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Multicultural Educational Tool of Drama

    In twelve pages the ways in which drama can serve as an important tool in American multicultural education is examined with the inclusion of a lesson plan. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Dress Codes of Teachers

    In six pages this paper considers preschool classroom attire appropriateness in this discussion of teacher dress codes. Sixteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Dress Codes in Schools

    This is an argumentative essay that focuses on school uniforms. The essay reports results from school districts who mandated uniforms in the 1990s as well as a recent dissertation study. Pros and cons are reported. There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this eight page paper.

  • UK's Talented and Gifted Education

    In forty three pages the primary focus of this research report is the United Kingdom in a consideration of gifted and talented educational programs with historical backgrounds, testing, and recommendations among the topics of discussion. Twenty four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Issues with Regard to Gifted Students in the U.S.

    This 9 page paper discusses some of the issues, concerns and practices that affect gifted students in the U.S. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Article Review on Education and the Involvement of Parents

    In two pages a 1995 article on children's education and the parental role is reviewed.

  • Reducing the Number of Hispanic High School Dropouts Proposal

    In twelve pages a research proposal to evaluate the effects a specialized class would have on the number of Hispanics who drop out of high school is examined through a suggested random selection of twenty two students that introduced to a positive educational program based on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test to compare their pre and post testing scores along with the future Hispanic dropout rate in the high school. There are ten bibliographic sources cited.

  • High School Dropouts/North Toledo, OH

    An 8 page research paper that examines the problem of high school dropouts in North Toledo, Ohio. This evaluation of this problem attempts to outline the dimensions of the problem using demographic statistics and then discusses how the problem has thus far been addressed by public school and city officials as well as proposed solutions that have been presented in related literature. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Learning Environment Observation

    In three pages this paper considers an observation of learning settings in a discussion of the activities featured in 6 learning facilities.

  • Toddler Development

    A 14 page research paper that explores the toddler years in early childhood development. The toddler years, roughly from 18 months to 3-year-olds, constitute a period of rapid social, emotional and cognitive growth in the life of a child. This discussion of childhood development during the toddler years focuses on how various models of personality development offer insight into childhood behavior during this period. Then, this information is applied to observations of specific toddlers, and this is followed by a discussion of implications of psychological theories of development, in regards to toddlers, from a Montessori perspective. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Early Childhood Education, Literacy Development

    This research paper offers a reaction paper to Lesley M. Morrow and Susan Dougherty's article "Early literacy development: Merging perspectives that influence practice." The two principal approaches to early literacy are described, along with how the authors propose combining these two approaches. Three pages in length, no other sources are cited.

  • Early Literacy - Emergent Literacy Skills

    This 3 page paper provides a synopsis of a journal article entitled: Promising interventions for promoting emergent literacy skills: Three evidence-based approaches. The three approaches are described. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Literature Review on Early Childhood Literacy

    In eight pages this literature review considers 3 research studies involving early childhood literacy with the focus on at risk children and emerging literacy abilities. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • English Language Teaching And Metacognition

    A 4 page paper that discuss and explains what metacognition is and how it differs from cognition. The writer discuses the importance of metacognition for English language learners and provides some examples of strategies teachers can teach this population of students. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • SCHOLARLY ARTICLE REVIEW: ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

    Reviews three articles concerning English language learners. There are 3 sources listed in the bibliography of this 4-page paper.

  • English Language Learners Reading In Content Areas

    A 4 page paper that begins with comments about the ELL student's difficulties reading in content areas. Some explanations of this situation are provided. The essay reports one program that has increased ELL performance in content areas and an outline of suggestions for teachers to help ELL students learn. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Other Five Pillars Of Reading Instruction

    A 5 page paper that begins by reporting the original 'five pillars' as identified by the National Reading Panel. The essay then identifies and discusses the "five other pillars" as identified by Allington. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Technology In Middle And High Schools

    A 12 page paper. There is still controversy about the use of technology in math classes. This essay discuses and reports research regarding the use of technology in math and science classes in middle schools and high schools. The writer discusses barriers to using technology, including access and teacher preparation. The results some teachers have had with certain technology is also reported. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Multicultural Education And Technology

    A 10 page paper that includes these sections: abstract, stimulus statement and topic, teacher competence to teach multicultural education, what we know about technology and student achievement and technology in pre-service multicultural education classes, what we do not know and recommendations. There are many suppositions that make good sense about the value of technology when teaching multicultural lessons but there seems to be very little empirical evidence. Data are provided for studies where technology was used with ELL and disadvantaged students for math and writing. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Instructional Technology at Lakenheath High School

    In a three page paper, the author identifies research on the use of instructional technology for Lakenbeath High School. This author located four research articles on the use of technology and the development of technology-based activities for use in instruction. There are four sources that are evaluated for support for specific instructional technologies. There are four sources used in this paper.

  • Current Perspectives/Math and Science Education

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the fact that the position of the United States in relation to other countries and math and science education has been a cause for concern for the last decades. This examination of literature looks at current perspectives on trends in US education, with a focus on math and science education and how this impacts the country as a whole. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Considerations in Standardized Testing

    A 5 page overview of the many problems inherent in standardized testing. Despite these problems, standardized testing is a requirement in the contemporary classrooms and as such must be embraced as a tool to help students develop and succeed. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Standardized Testing, Immigrants And ESL

    This 5 page paper discusses nine journal articles/book chapters with a focus on standardized testing. The essay is not a summary of the articles/book chapters but rather discusses issues that are cross-referenced, such as the issue of using standardized tests with new immigrants, the disadvantages and English language learners. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Uses of Standardized Testing in Education

    In four pages this research paper examines standardized testing and its uses and considers studies which suggest that a new curriculum has less impact upon academic success than student preparation for these standardized tests. There is the inclusion of a bibliography.

  • ADHD: Causes, Behaviors, Strategies

    A 7 page research paper on ADHD. This examination of literature pertaining to ADHD, first of all, discusses the causes, symptoms, and behaviors that are associated with this disorder, but then concentrates on teaching strategies that have been formulated to address the management of ADHD in the classroom. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Schools and AIDS Awareness Promotion

    In ten pages this research paper discusses how AID and HIV awareness can be promoted through educational programs such as free interactive multimedia and through the American Red Cross. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • At Risk Students and Reading Instruction

    In seventeen pages this paper examined how to teach reading to at risk students in a consideration of how reading instruction can be affected by psychological and emotional disorders. Sixteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • At Risk Students and Alternative Education

    In ten pages this paper discusses at risk students and the educational alternative approaches available to them. There are 8 sources cited in an annotated bibliography.

  • Educational Leadership and American Literature

    In five pages this paper discusses how educational leadership can be assisted through such literary works as Willa Cather's The Professor's House and My Antonia and Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Educational Leadership and Teamwork

    In two and a half pages this paper examines teamwork in an educational environment and the importance of a leader who must also serve as a coach. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Classroom Management

    A 3 page paper that begins with comments about the importance of classroom management. The essay discusses general techniques for effective classroom management and briefly explains choice theory. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Plan for Managing the Classroom

    In six pages classroom management is discussed in terms of a sample letter to parents describing the rules of the classroom and philosophy along with homework task analysis and management plan proposal and implementation, with a concluding description of a substitute teacher plan as well. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Teaching Math - Effective Strategies

    This 3 page paper discusses effective strategies for teaching the diverse math classroom. Three strategies are included: technology, cooperative learning and peer assisted learning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Elementary School Vocabulary Teaching Strategies

    In five pages this paper discusses successful and effective strategies to teach vocabulary such as elaboration, repeated exposure, and Word Box. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Word Processing Programs Support Cognitive Learning

    Word processing programs support the cognitive learning theory by helping students learn how to edit their documents from beginning to end. This type of example is also discussed for behavioral learning theories and social learning theories. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Reinforcement with High School Students

    This research paper describes B.F. Skinner's reinforcement theory and then discusses how reinforcement strategies can be utilized in high school classrooms. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Article Review: How to Use Problem- Solving to Learn Algebra

    This 5 page paper summarizes and analyzes a journal article entitled Effects of a Problem-Solving Strategy on the Introductory Algebra Performance of Secondary Students with Learning Disabilities, written by Paula Maccini and Charles A. Hughes and published in 2000. Primary source only.

  • 2 Parts on a Lesson Plan in Pre Algebra

    In three pages and 2 parts a pre algebra lesson plan is summarized and then special needs adaptability of this plan is discussed. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Education and Cross Curricular Activities' Impact

    In seven pages this paper discusses the impact of cross curricular activities on student education. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Collaborative Learning Communities

    A 3 page research paper that discusses collaborative learning communities, which are established between teachers, teachers and students and between the students themselves, have been found to provide an efficient and powerful framework for achieving academic goals. As this suggests, research that addresses the implementation and maintenance of such communities, exploring associated problems such as those that pertain to the topic of special education and inclusive classrooms, is extremely important because research data informs teachers about the possibilities inherent in collaborative learning communities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Cooperative /Collaborative Language Learning; PowerPoint Presentation

    This 10 page paper is a presentation concerning the use of a collaborative/co-operative approach to language teaching. The presentation looks at the background to collaborative learning including the theory and principle and then considers teaching approaches applied to language lessons. A PowerPoint file is included with the paper. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

  • Job Based Versus Formal Education

    This paper addresses the issue of what type of education would provide more of a benefit for students, job based learning, or a formal college education. This three page paper has no additional sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Mathematics Test Anxiety

    A 9 page paper that begins with a speech about the topic. The paper explains anxiety and it prevalence, test anxiety, mathematics anxiety and mathematics test anxiety. The writer comments on the increase in anxiety with high stakes testing. Research about the topics is discussed. The paper ends with ideas teachers can use to reduce this type of anxiety. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Violence in Schools

    This paper discusses the most prevalent violence in schools - bullying. Data are reported. Categories and venues of bullying are discussed, including cyber-bullying. Research on anti-bullying programs are reported. There are eleven sources listed in the bibliography of this seven page paper.

  • Overcoming Our Passivity and Addressing Bullying

    This paper delineates the factors that contribute to the bullying phenomenon. Parents and teachers must intervene in this problem to prevent adverse impacts not just to those being bullied but to society as a whole. There are four sources listed in this five page paper.

  • Adolescent Literacy Rates

    A 4 page paper. that reports statistical data from different sources regarding the literacy (reading and writing) skills of adolescents. The writer also comments on a report from Canada regarding literacy rates and identifies where the U.S. falls in terms of national literacy rates across the world. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Education and Constructivism

    In five pages constructivism is defined with a consideration of similarities and differences that exist within this school of thought along with an examination of the social learning theories of Vygotsky and how they represent constructivism building blocks also included. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Personal View of Constructivism

    In three pages constructivism in education is discussed in terms of personally assessing two statements made by 'radical constructivism' pioneer Ernst von Glasserfeld with a twelve PowerPoint slide presentation included. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Freiberg and Albert on Cooperative Discipline

    In eight pages the differences and similarities between these two cooperative discipline approaches are considered with support for Freiberg's Consistency Management and Cooperative Discipline model expressed. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Dyslexia and ELL

    In five pages the student with dyslexia and an English Language Learner are compared in terms of their similarities and differences and how teachers can distinguish between them. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • ELM, ARCS, and Gerlach and Ely Models

    In a paper of four pages, the author reflects upon three different models of instruction that can be used to foster student learning. The three models presented, the ELM, ARCS, and Gerlach and Ely Models provide foundation for creating instruction and defining the roles of educator and learners. The different strategies in these models support the belief that student engagement is an important aspect of the learning process. Of the three models, the Gerlach and Ely Design Model distinguishes itself from the others by focusing more on a clearly prescribed path to presenting content which differs from the motivational models of the ELM and ARCS. There are four sources listed.

  • Research Studies on Inclusion

    A 12 page research paper/essay that consists of 2 distinct parts. The first 6 pages offer a summaries of 10 research studies that pertain to inclusion classrooms. Then, a 6 page research paper is offered that discusses more studies, which analyzes the research in relation to inclusion. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Learning Theories Integrated Into The Online Instructional Approach

    5 pages in length. An online education has become both a viable and legitimate alternative to brick-and-mortar learning; initially questioned for its ability to teach students with the standard learning theories, online schools have proven their credibility by integrating such methods as active, behaviorism, cognitive, constructivism and exploratory. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Out-of-School Program with JAG

    The school dropout rate has been declining but there are still more than a million people dropping out every year. This paper provides a report and analysis of one program that has been effective in helping students earn a high school diploma. It is a unique, multi-faceted program called Out-of-School Program under the Jobs for America's Graduates organization. The program is comprehensively explained. The report includes statistical data, two tables, appendices, and a table of contents. There are twelve sources used in this twelve page paper

  • Teaching Elementary Science/Epistemological Framework

    A 5 page research paper/essay that summarizes and analyzes a basic science textbook for the elementary grades, Earth Science Made Simple, A clear introduction to the science of our planet by E.F. Albin. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Economics and Early Childhood Education

    In eleven pages early childhood education is considered in an analysis of basic economics teaching with sample methodologies also included. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Effective Education and the Involvement of Parents

    In eleven pages this paper considers case studies regarding early childhood education and the involvement of parents as an effective influence. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Critique of Homeschooling Practice

    In five pages this paper criticizes homeschooling in a consideration of its inconsistencies regarding regulations by the state and federal governments. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Homeschooling

    A 9 page paper which examines various elements and issues concerning homeschooling. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Relationship Between Language-Based And Learning Disabilities

    A 6 page paper that includes statistical data. The writer discusses the relationship between language disorders and learning disabilities or language-based learning disabilities. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • A Lesson Plan on Bats

    This five page research paper provides a lesson plan on the topic of bats. Geared for elementary students, this plan includes six objective questions and two essay questions to assess student comprehension. Tips on how to grade these questions are included. One source.

  • Technology Effects on Education

    In six pages this research paper examines the impact of technology upon education with such topics as classroom teaching, educator approaches, and student performance discussed. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Piaget/Elementary & Middle-School

    A 3 page research paper that discusses and summarizes the cognitive learning theory of Jean Piaget and how this has impacted elementary education. The writer argues that, based on his research, Piaget concluded that a teacher should be more of a facilitator in the education process, than a leader, and that teachers should take their lead from the child. In other words, Piaget was one of the first psychologists to formulate a theory of knowledge as constructed by the learner. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • School Bullying/The Effect on Bullies and Victims

    This research paper offers a comprehensive overview of research literature pertaining to school bullying, with a particular focus on the effects of this behavior on mental health, both for the bully and for victims, as well as witnesses. Twenty pages in length, fifteen pages are the body of the paper and there are fifteen sources listed in an annotated bibliography.

  • Interactive Word Walls

    This research paper pertains to interactive word walls and define both interactive and traditional word walls. The writer offers recommendations to the student for discussing applications of this instructional strategy within the classroom. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Beginning Teachers, Rate of Attrition, and Induction Programs

    In twelve pages this research paper discusses new teacher retention in an analysis of 2 dissertations addressing novice teacher concerns, induction programs, and then presents the outline for an effective induction program research study determination. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Education Teaching Strategies

    In this 3 page paper, the writer offers an overview of the 'seven by seven' health education curriculum in Hawaii, an introduction to the Personal, Social and Health Education program in the United Kingdom and provides an example using a nutrition unit. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Classrooms and the Multiple Intelligences Model of John Gardner

    In ten pages this paper discusses how the Multiple Intelligences theory of John Gardner can be practically applied to the classroom. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Managing Knowledge in Schools

    This essay discusses three topics: what is knowledge management, what role do human resources play in managing knowledge, and knowledge management in educational settings. Examples are included. There are ten sources listed in the bibliography of this nine page paper.

  • The Role Of The First Language In The Acquisition Of A Second Language

    This 16 page paper looks at the way a second language is learned and the influence of the first or native language. The paper discusses second language acquisition theories and considers their appropriateness and accuracy in the way second languages (L2) are learned. The bibliography cites 12 sources.

  • Approaches to Teach Foreign Languages

    This five page paper presents a hypothetical 'personal report' about techniques used to teach a foreign language. The Communicative Language Teaching Approach is the main approach but PPP and cooperative groups are integrated into lessons. Each is explained. Examples are included. Eight sources are cited on bibliography page.

  • Teaching Language and Constructivism

    Constructivism and how it can be applied to language teaching is considered in this paper containing six pages with basic principles discussed. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • How to Match Styles of Learning to Styles of Teaching

    In the pages this paper examines the classroom importance of matching the correct learning style to a particular style of teaching in a consideration of theory and the benefits of correct matching. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Should Instruction Match Student Learning Style?

    This 10 page paper discusses the question of whether or not instruction should match student learning styles, and analyzes three articles that discuss the concept. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Literacy Development in Young Children

    This 10 page paper looks at different aspects of literary development of young children by answering a set of questions all concerning the ideas of different educational theorists that deal with the way literacy skills are developed. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Literacy Development Site for Preschoolers

    This paper reviews a web site devoted to reading readiness strategies and skill development for preschoolers. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.

  • Approaches to Literacy

    This 4 page paper defines the behavioral, sociological and naturalistic approaches to literacy; and then considers how these approaches influence classroom practices. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING (UDL) LESSON PLAN -- "A TALE OF TWO CITIES"

    Presents an examples of a UDL lesson plan pertaining to the instruction of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities." Included are goals of the plan, how it coincides with state educational standards, teaching methods and wrap-up There are 3 sources listed in the bibliography of this five-page paper.

  • Philosophy of the Montessori Educational Method

    In four pages this report considers Maria Montessori's educational philosophy that cemented the foundation for what is now known as the Montessori method. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Logico-Mathematical Thought And Montessori’s Mathematical Mind

    This 4 page paper looks at Piaget’s concept of logico-mathematical and then considers the idea of Maria Montessori’s mathematical mind. The paper then considers some of the first tools that are used for teaching children maths using the Montessori Method. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Discoveries of Maria Montessori

    A 3 page paper which discusses the discoveries made by Maria Montessori at Casa dei Bambini. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Maria Montessori

    A 3 page paper which examines important moments in the life of Maria Montessori. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Necessary Components of Teacher Effectiveness

    In five pages relevant literature pertaining to teaching effectiveness and methodology is examined. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Causes of Teacher Burnout and How It Can be Prevented

    In six pages this research paper examines the burnout of teachers in a consideration of causes with paperwork, organizational structure, student disciplinary issues, and stress among the topics covered with preventative measures also discussed. Five sources are cited in the bibliography. .

  • How to Teach Writing

    This paper discusses methods for teaching writing. It argues that writing is not a gift but a skill that can be learned, and that every writing project demands a different approach. The paper also discusses recent advances in the teaching of writing. There are 11 sources listed in this 5 page paper.

  • Mathematics and Cooperative Learning

    In five pages the benefits of cooperative learning when applied to the teaching of mathematics are examined. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Math Anxiety, Understanding the Fear of Mathematics

    This paper provides an in-depth look at the phobia of mathematics, or math anxiety. The author cites numerous studies geared towards understanding this particular phobia and discusses treatments. This nine page paper has over twenty sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Overview of the Total Learning Textbook

    In ten pages this paper discusses young child development through the concept of total learning as described in this textbook.

  • Educator Effectiveness Measurement

    In four pages this paper examines how to measure the effectiveness of teachers in a consideration of student accomplishment criteria. There are about four or five sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Education and Philosophy

    In nine pages this paper examines teaching philosophies in this overview that explores the relationship between philosophy and education.

  • Elementary School Students and the Teaching of Math

    In five pages this paper examines how math can be taught in a consideration of various approaches and how to successfully target a student's negative math skills concept. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Review of Vernon F. Jones and Louise S. Jones's Comprehensive Classroom Management

    In five pages this text is reviewed in a content consideration of each chapter with the emphasis on addressing and preventing the problems that arise in a chaotic contemporary classroom environment. There are no other sources cited.

  • Child Development and Semantics

    5 pages and 6 sources. This paper provides an overview of the process through which children acquire language. This paper relates to stage development view of child development to processes involved in learning and acquiring language skills. This paper outlines the basics presented in a study of one month old children to determine how early language skills are acquired.

  • Reading and Writing Fundamentals and the 'Hooked on Phonics' Program

    This paper discusses how the basic 'Hooked on Phonics' program teaches children the basics of reading and writing in fourteen pages. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Use of a New Math Program

    8 pages and 10 sources. This paper considers the integration of a new math program into an elementary school where children have demonstrated poor math performance. This paper provides an overview of a potential math text and program series that could be used to change the existing curricular focus. This paper relates a constructivist approach to integrating the new program, which includes both new learning systems and cooperative learning activities.

  • Teacher Evaluation - Trends

    This 12 page paper discusses some of the trends in teacher evaluation across the nation. There are 9 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Science and Art of Teaching

    In eight pages the teaching profession is analyzed in terms of the combined elements of science and art it represents. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • School Uniforms and Their Impact

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses the effects of wearing school uniforms in a consideration of empirical and anecdotal report findings. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Education Research Study Critique

    The Journal of Education Research was the publisher of Helwig, Anderson and Tindal's article on education research. This paper critiques their article and outlines the study. This paper has five pages and only the primary source is used.

  • Research Proposal on Achievement and School Uniforms

    In five pages this research proposal seeks to investigate whether or not the scholastic achievement of elementary school students is related to the wearing of school uniforms with hypothesis, methodology, and statistical analysis included. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • TESOL Educator Effectiveness

    In five pages this paper discusses ESL teachers in a consideration of the skills, knowledge, and characteristics needed for educational effectiveness. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Issues Pertaining to School Leadership Effectiveness

    In seven pages school leadership effectiveness is discussed in a consideration of such issues as inservice traning, involvement of parents, and maintenance of faculty morale. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Teachers and Technology Training That is Effective

    In five pages technology training and its effectiveness regarding the training of teachers are discussed. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Style of Teaching and Gender Impact

    In twelve pages this paper examines whether or not a teacher's approach to classroom instruction is influenced by gender. Sixteen sources are cited in the bibliography and there are also the inclusion of five tables.

  • General Education and Special Education Teachers

    In ten pages this paper contrasts and compares these two types of teachers in terms of their levels of stress. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Rochester, NY, and Education According to John Dewey's Philosophy and Carter G. Woodson's The Mis Education of the Negro

    In fifteen pages consisting of 3 subsections of five pages this paper discusses Woodson's text, Rochester's failed reforms of education, and John Dewey's constructivist philosophy of education. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Teaching Reading

    The writer discusses the controversy over whether phonics or whole language is a better method for teaching reading. The writer argues in favor of a balanced approach that uses both methods. The paper is nine pages long and there are ten sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Multiple Intelligences Theory of Howard Gardner and Education

    In six pages this paper considers the classroom incorporation of Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences in terms of effects and value. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Teaching Strategies and Dyslexia

    In nine pages this essay explores classroom teaching strategies that can be applied to the education of dyslexic elementary school students. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Education and Virtual Reality

    In fifteen pages this paper applies virtual reality to a school environment with a case study and various 3D virtual reality programs examined. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Teaching of Math in California

    Five pages and four sources used. This paper considers the best approaches to teaching Saxon Math to gifted and talented students in California. This paper considers the struggles to develop programming in accordance with California State Math Standards in order to meet the needs of this study population. This study relates the specific elements of the Saxon math process and the issues in adapting this math program for students in gifted and talented programming. This paper relates the fact that while Saxon math may be beneficial, it may not be the best suited program for students in GATE.

  • Educator Evaluation of Technology Needs

    In five pages this paper assesses technology needs in the classroom in this teacher evaluation survey. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Suspension Alternative Program Grant Proposal

    In sixteen pages this research paper considers Florida's Palm Beach County School District in a presentation of a hypothetical proposal for a grant to fund an out of school suspension alternative program in a discussion of processes of evaluation and budgetary concerns. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Cynthia Arem on Anxiety About Math

    In three pages Arem's book Conquering Math Anxiety A Self-Help Workbook is summarized and reviewed and also provides suggestions as to how student experiences can be used supplement the material contained within. There are no other sources listed.

  • Temperature and Viscosity

    In four pages this paper discusses the temperature effects of viscosity with various home experiments described that can be easily conducted. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Jere Brophy's 'Teaching'

    In four pages an article by Jere Brophy is summarized with major points presented with the argument that excellent teaching methodology is contained within. There are no other sources listed.

  • Becoming Motivated to Enter the Teaching Profession

    In four pages a student's desire to become a teacher is examined in a consideration of motivating factors. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Ethics and NCLB Act

    In eleven pages this paper examines the controversial No Child Left Behind Act in a consideration of issues of ethics as they relate to it. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 5 Senses 1st Grade Unite Plan

    In eight pages a unit lesson plan for first grade involving what is required to teach each of the five senses is presented and discussed with a list of instructional tools and teacher preparation materials is also included. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Reading Instruction and Phonics

    In ten pages this paper discusses how U.S. schools teach reading in a consideration of phonics and public misconceptions regarding illiteracy. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Students with Attention Deficit Disorder and Educational Strategies

    In six pages this paper examines ADHD students in a consideration of possible teaching strategies. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Reading Activities Associated with Teaching Herman Melville's Moby Dick

    In eight pages this paper considers such reading strategies as Reciprocal Teaching, Question Answer Relationships, and Note Taking and applies them to the teaching of Moby Dick by Herman Melville. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Challenges and Achievements of Educational Philosophy

    A personal philosophy of education is presented in an overview consisting of eight pages. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Children Who Lack Awareness of Phonemes and Remediation Strategies

    In five pages this paper addresses the children who lack phonemic awareness and the various remediation strategies designed to assist them. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Low Reading Levels and Teens At Risk

    In five pages this research paper considers two scholarly articles on reading strategies for low reading level adolescents at risk. A summary of each article as it relates to teaching is included. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Educational Strategies and Teaching Approaches According to Chickering, Gamson, and Angelo

    In five pages this research essay discusses the 'Seven Principles of Good Practice' theory of Chickering and Gamson and the '14 Teaching Strategies' of Thomas Angelo in this consideration of teaching 7th and 8th grade English. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

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    In twelve pages this paper discusses a study skills guidance plan to be developed to assist students between the ages of fourteen and sixteen and examines lesson plans and development along with a methodology and assessment provided based upon educational theory supporting evidence. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Philosophy of Education by Jean Jacques Rousseau

    In five pages Emile by Jean Jacques Rousseau is examined in terms of how it represents the author's philosophy of education with its contemporary educational applicability also considered. There are no other sources listed.

  • The Importance of Cultural Skills in Reaching Multicultural Students

    A 10 page proposal for a research study to assess teacher ability to successfully interact with students from a variety of cultural backgrounds and the relation that skill has with student performance in reading comprehension. The proposed study revolves around a ten question survey designed to assess teachers' cultural skill in Cuban-American language and other cultural elements as well as the teachers' educational approaches. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Curriculum and Reading Fluency

    This 3 page paper is an article review that examines one research project published in 2003. The usefulness of the material, and how students learn in respect to curriculum and early experience, are things discussed. No additional sources cited.

  • Key Concepts/Phonemic Awareness

    A 3 page paper that summarizes 12 key concepts pertaining to teaching reading and phonemic awareness as discussed in the NRP publication Put Reading First. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Teaching Reading Fluency

    A 3 page research paper that, first, offers methods of building fluency, which are defined and described. Then, the writer offers a brief lesson plan that incorporates Dr. Seuss's One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish in teaching several of the fluency strategies. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Reading Comprehension

    A 3 page paper that summarizes the six strategies for reading comprehension found in the Put Reading First report. The writer also reports the strategies that can be used to teach students the comprehension strategies. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Wireless Technology In The Classroom

    A 4 page paper. The writer reports three specific cases where teachers are using wireless technology in their classrooms. In one school, students are using it for a multitude of things and in the other two schools, wireless is used in algebra classes. The essay reports the outcomes related to the use of this technology and comments on some of the purposes of it. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Evaluation Of A Web Site For Educators

    A 5 page paper. The essay begins by identifying the Web site to be evaluated and the credentials of the author. The writer discusses the criteria for evaluating Web sites and relates these criteria to the target Web site. The Web site is Kim's Korner For Teachers. A specific document, Writing Process Timeline is evaluated in terms of its value and advantages. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Supervision & Teacher Evaluation

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the implementation of contemporary pedagogical concepts regarding supervision instruction and teacher evaluation in a small rural high school. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Effective Tutoring Programs

    A 10 page research paper that examines the parameters and efficacy of various tutoring programs. The writer examines the different types of tutoring programs and what research has shown to their efficacy. This examination demonstrates the components of these programs; how teachers perceive them; and how they have, in many cases, incorporated technology into the context of tutoring. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Multiple Intelligences & Gifted Students

    A 9 page research paper that examines literature, which focuses on the theory of multiple intelligences and gifted students in order to ascertain the issues associated with the need to identify giftedness via a broader template than the one offered by traditional testing, such as the paradigm offered in the concept of multiple intelligences. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Reading Fluency

    A 4 page research paper that offers strategies on reading fluency to be used in conjunction with lesson plans derived from a Dr. Seuss book. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Assessing Reading

    A 16 page paper That begins with some background information about reading achievement levels and the difficulties teachers have in the classroom. The essay discusses reading fluency and assessing fluency both informally and formally, identifying specific published tests that can be used as well as suggestions for improving a student's fluency. The writer also discusses curriculum-based assessment and self-assessment. The essay concludes with the test the writer would use to assess a new student in a middle school who was having difficulties with reading. Abstract included. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Should The Bible Be Used To Teach History

    An 8 page paper. The question of the Bible's veracity must be addressed before this question can be answered. The greatest part of this essay addresses the accuracy of the Bible in terms of historical events; archaeological evidence is reported. The writer then comments on the title question. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Efficacy of Tutoring Programs & Math

    A 10 page research paper that offers a template to a student researcher on how to go about conducting a proposed research study that examines the effect of 2 types of tutoring programs, peer-tutoring and a math content master lab, on academic achievement using a sample group of African American special education students within inclusive classrooms. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Plan For Building School, Parent, Community Partnership

    A 3 page paper. The first part of the paper presents a school-wide plan for building and strengthening a school-parent-community partnership at an elementary school. The second part presents a plan for a 5th grade resource room program. The ideas included are based on Epstein's six types of involvement. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Teaching Mission And How To Achieve It

    A 4 page paper that begins with the teacher's mission statement and explanation of what the different points mean. The essay then discusses what the teacher's hopes are for students, what knowledge is important and what teaching styles will be used. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Florida Virtual School

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  • Science Education

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of an article on science education goals and science classroom practices. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Teacher Observation

    A 6 page research paper in which the writer offers a guide to a student who is to conduct observation of two classrooms. This research paper reports on an observation that was conducted that pertained to two classrooms. One teacher was selected because she was perceived as functioning at high level of professional development and this observation is contrasted with the classroom instruction of a teacher who was perceived as having a low level of development. The writer discusses this difference in term of a constructivist approach to pedagogy. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Solar Energy (Grant Paper)

    This 5 page grant paper focuses on a solar energy project suitable for a fourth grade classroom. No bibliography.

  • Ten Faulty Notions About Teaching And Learning By Heward

    A 5 page paper. The full title of the article analyzed is: "Ten faulty notions about teaching and learning that hinder the effectiveness of special education" by William L. Heward. The writer provides a very brief synopsis of each of the ten notions and comments on several of them. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • NCLB, View of Teachers

    A 10 page research paper that discusses how teachers see the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act. The NCLB radically changed the nature of the public school system as it serves to deemphasize the local control of public schools, which has been a hallmark of American public education since its inception. The NCLB began to affect schools in the 2002-3 academic years, which means its effects have been ongoing for the last six years. This brings up the question of how do teachers, six years into the NCLB, perceive this legislation and its implications for the future of education in America. This literature review focuses on this question and the opinions of educators, rather than politicians or the general public. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Educational And Instructional Technology

    This 11 page paper is divided into two parts. Part 1 discuses the history of technology in education and instruction and the purpose of technology. Part 2 reports a few studies that reveal enhanced learning when today's technology is incorporated into the lesson design. In some cases, specific applications or Web sites are identified. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • NCLB and High Qualified Teachers

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), which was enacted by Congress in 2002, and which requires among its provisions that all teachers, as of end of 2005-6 school year, should be "highly qualified," that is, meet the defining list of requirements listed in the law (Harrison-Jones, 2007, p. 356). This review of literature, first of all, describes the variety of forces that have shaped the public's understanding of the issues involved with the NCLB, using a historical perspective that indicates the impact that this law has had on teacher qualifications. This is followed by a discussion of the positive effects that the NCLB has had on teacher qualifications before addressing the issue of challenges for highly qualified teachers. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Guiding Children's Reading in Content Area Instruction

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the topic of using reading strategies to guide students' comprehension of content instruction. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Teaching American Sign Language to Infants

    A 5 page paper which examines the potential benefits of teaching American sign language to infants. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Teaching Profession

    A 4 page paper that begins by providing a definition for the student's personal name. The second section addresses some issues regarding teaching: definition of teacher, personal comments of writer regarding motives, the first teacher, the degrees, etc. required, job outlook, and the advantages and disadvantages of the profession. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Montessori: Nurturing the Spirit

    A 3 page consideration of how the Montessori method nurtures a child’s spirit and, in turn, encourages learning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Maria Montessori’s ‘New Education’

    In three pages this paper examines what Maria Montessori meant by the term ‘new education.’ Three sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Teaching English As A Foreign Language - TEFL

    A 10 page paper that begins by explaining three TEFL teaching methods, PPP, ESA and Cooperative Learning. The writer explains the communicative approach and discusses role play and its benefits. A role play example is provided as part of the communicative approach. The writer discusses techniques for developing learner autonomy and independence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Practical Life Exercises in the Montessori System

    The writer discusses the connection between the way Montessori teachers guide their students and the practical life exercises they may choose to do. There are ten sources listed in the bibliography of this eight page document.

  • Introduction to Montessori

    This paper provides an overview of some of the main concepts of the Montessori method including discussions of the absorbent mind, sensitive periods for learning, different levels of consciousness and self-discipline. There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this seven page paper.

  • Facilitation and Education

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  • Types of Knowledge in Solar System Lesson

    This paper explains declarative and procedural knowledge and which is incorporated into a lesson on the planets. The writer comments on the CALLA approach for ELL students.There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Oral Reading Fluency and RTI

    This paper provides an introduction to Response to Intervention, what it means, its purpose and the legal foundation. The paper discuses what some states or districts are doing and reports some studies that have been conducted for reading and reading fluency. There are ten sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Intelligences, Metacognition, Moral Reasoning

    This paper defines and explains each of the entitled items. Multiple intelligences by Gardner, moral reasoning by Kohlberg and metacognition and self-regulatory learning are discussed. The writer illustrates how these can be applied in the classroom for a young teenager and an 18-year-old. There are eleven sources listed in the bibliography of this twelve page paper.

  • Professional Development and Understanding South Korea

    This paper contends that firsthand experience in this country can be a tremendous asset for a professional development instructor. There are four sources listed in this three page paper.

  • Teaching Cooperation in the Competitive Educational Environment

    This paper emphasizes the importance of recognizing that both characteristics have positives and negatives. Specialized teaching methodology such as SIOP can be used to enhance each. There are six sources listed in this three page paper.

  • Reasons for a Career In Teaching

    In a paper of three pages, the writer outlines a basic argument for becoming a teacher. The author considers these points: (1) Extrinsic and intrinsic rewards;(2) Community impact; (3) Calling or vocation;(4) Commitment to students; (5) Impact on family; (6) Role modeling. There are four sources listed.

  • Does Studying Literature Improve Individual Writing Skills?

    The writer considers the argument that writing skills may e enhanced by studying literature, discussing how and why this may be the case and assesses evidence to support the assertion. The paper presents a broad view, considering various type of writing skills at different levels as well as the way in which language used can and is developed, with specific reference to the work ideas and criticism of Orwell and Graves. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography of this nine page paper.

  • Applying Understanding by Design

    In a paper of five pages, the author reflects on a specific issue of student misunderstanding and considers the way an educator could apply understanding by design, specifically the principle of backward design. This author considers how this might impact instruction. There are three references listed.

  • HOW THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY CAN FIX THE CURRENT PRIMARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION MODEL

    Discusses how private-sector industry can help improve the U.S. educational system and why. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography of this 9-page paper.

  • Writing Strategies and the Optimization of Homeland Security

    These strategies ensure a well-structured and properly supported academic paper. There are three sources in this six page paper.

  • Teaching Styles and Coaching

    In a paper of eight pages, the writer looks at teaching styles. The selection of teaching styles based on empirical performance measurement is explored through discussion questions. Paper uses eight sources.

  • Education Needs Systemic Change

    This essay discusses education as a system and supports the premise that real improvement will only come from systemic changes. It explains SIGGS and what systemic changes are. It recommends a school improvement theory. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Teacher Strikes: Ethical Issues Faced by Teachers

    This 3 page paper gives an overview of ethical issues faced by teachers. This paper includes how these ethical issues relate to teachers striking. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Another Politics and Critical Thinking

    Chris Dixon wrote a book entitled Another Politics: Talking Across Today's Transformative Politics. For this paper, the writer reviews an interview with Dixon about some of the major ideas in his book. On a different note, Stephan Brookflied has talked and written about developing critical thinking and reflection. This paper reviews one video where Brookflied discusses his ideas. There are two sources used in this three page paper.

  • Social Studies Instruction: Martin Luther King, Jr.

    This paper consists of three lesson plans designed for use in the early elementary grades that pertain to the significance of the accomplishments of Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. Twenty pages in length, seven sources are cited.

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    This paper offers two lesson plans, which are designed for fourth or fifth grade students, which pertain to Martin Luther King, Jr., his life and accomplishments. Sixteen pages in length, seven sources are cited.

 

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