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Special Education Timeline History And Summary

The inclusion of individuals with disabilities, both in schools and  in the community, has changed significantly over the last 100 years.  This has been influenced by a variety of events, court cases, and laws.  It is important for special education teachers to be aware of what has  instigated these changes. In addition, special education teachers […]

Presenting Duty Ethics

Presenting to a management team, client, or work group is a skill that professionals need to master. Multimedia presentations are the norm today. For this SLP 4 assignment: ·  Research duty ethics using articles primarily from the Trident Online Library’s full-text databases (such as Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete, and/or ProQuest Central).·  Provide a […]

EDCE 512 Quiz 2 (2019)

In group, Jon and Sam recognize that they have many similar interests and habits although the two are in obvious ways extremely different. This example of      helps explain how group members become emotionally attached to one another. Physical and psychological parameters under which a group operates are known as   . In closed-ended counseling groups at […]

Music And Other Arts

In your Week 5 Individual assignment you will examine the early 20th-century musical era through key compositions and composers. Further analysis of the context in which a work of music is created is explored. Listen to the Listening Guides: “The Twentieth Century and Beyond” to prepare for this assignment. Review Stravinsky’s “Le Sacre du Printemps” and Debussy’s […]


Joshua attends a K-8 urban school and is in the fourth grade. He is very interested in insects and likes to study them whenever they are in view. He lives at home with his mother and 14-year-old sister. He struggles particularly with reading and has a hard time recognizing sight words quickly and accurately. Joshua […]

Critical Thinking Quiz

The quiz contains 25 questions providing scenarios which will challenge you to use your critical thinking skills so that you can choose the best option. This quiz is worth 10% of your grade. The answers are not found in your required weekly sources, however they can be used for guidance on how to think critically. […]

Applying Theories to Regional-Level Challenges

In the roles of social change agent, leader, and advocate, human services professionals have many responsibilities. At the regional level, multiple or missing standards, guidelines, laws, and regulations may pose challenges to human services professions. As a human services professional, you should be aware not only of your responsibilities, but also of any regional-level challenges […]


Select a secondary grade level and content area. Identify a  corresponding state standard from your state and create a lesson plan  using the “COE Lesson Plan Template.” Be sure to include: Lesson summary including state standard. Outline of    the classroom and student factors, including grade level and  content. Two learning objectives. Instructional    activities that correlate […]

Designing Creative And Culturally Relevant Instruction

For this final project, you will be a classroom teacher developing a creative and culturally relevant idea, concept, or movement for your school. Think about everything you have seen, heard, discussed, shared, and viewed over the past five weeks. What information stuck out as something you would want to implement in your school or classroom? […]

: Women’s Work Experience Through Personal Narrative

If you had to learn about women working in the U.S. public school system in the 1950s and could read a textbook chapter on the subject or read 20 interviews of women telling their stories in their own words, which would you choose? If you read both the textbook and interviews, which one do you […]

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