Research Papers on Special Education

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  • ELEMENTARY TEACHERS AND ADHD PERCEPTION

    This 3-page paper is a research proposal regarding elementary school teachers and preparation for dealing with ADHD. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Incentive and Retention for Special Education Teachers

    A 3 page proposal for an incentive plan for special education teachers. The local school district has made available $10,000 annually for three years – a total of $30,000 – to be used in attracting and retaining ten additional special education teachers. The purpose here is to devise a plan for using those funds with two leading goals: cause teachers to feel valued and benefit their students. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Increasing Parental Involvement in Special Education

    A 14 page paper combining several smaller papers (KSeduSPEDlitRv.rtf, KSeduSPEDpar.rtf, KSeduSPEDparQ.rtf and KSeduSPEDlim.rtf) into a larger, complete action research proposal. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

  • Multicultural Education Challenges for Teachers

    A 20 page paper that presents a modified research proposal, including an abstract and purpose of study. The literature review reports scholarly articles related to the preparation of preservice teachers in multicultural education. The purpose of the present study is to obtain information from teachers as to how prepared they feel to implement a multicultural education program. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Study Method for Inclusion Classroom Grades Investigation

    A 3 page paper discussing the method that will be used in an upcoming study, explaining the choice of including both qualitative and quantitative components. The qualitative component will seek to discover teachers' and students' attitudes and perceptions, while the quantitative aspect will assess changes in grades as a result of the action research. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Preschool Vision Screening Justification

    A 4 page paper containing the text of a 13-slide PowerPoint presentation. Vision screening is not currently practiced in public schools. There is evidence that treatment of amblyopia becomes more difficult with age and that the most effective ages for treatment occur during preschool years. Clearly, it is not possible to treat something that has not been identified. Amblyopia leads to both near- and far-sightedness (myopia and hyperopia), which in turn can create a number of learning problems for children as they enter school. The presentation provides recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force urging vision screenings for children under the age of 5. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Language Testing from Qualitative and Quantitative Perspectives

    A 3 page paper discussing the difficulties of measuring language proficiency. Several states have language-mastery requirements that public schools must achieve, and now the federal government has added a similar requirement for other states in the form of the No Child Left Behind program. As always, measurement of language proficiency can be difficult. Quantitative measurement – such as that provided through standardized testing – is seen as being most valid, but only if no other factors such as reading disability interfere. Qualitative measurement, perhaps as a conversation with individual students, may be necessary as well. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Learning the Virtual Campus

    A 3 page guide to writing a personal essay on learning your way around a virtual campus within the context of online learning. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Literacy Learning Profile and Assessment

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of a literacy learning profile and the subsequent literacy assessments that are utilized to support a student learning process. This paper considers the implications of literacy assessments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Letter Reversal, Dyslexia, and Learning Disabilities

    A 10 page research proposal intended to demonstrate that the use of upper case letter techniques can reduce letter reversals in children with severe learning disabilities. This proposal also correlates the improvements in reading and writing using this technique to improve reading and writing confidence which can lead to subsequent reversal improvements. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Imagination Library and Family Literacy Improvement

    A 7 page paper examining Imagination Library, the literacy program founded and sustained by the Dollywood Foundation in East Tennessee, as a model for another program more closely aligned with the needs of an inner-city, bilingual population. In the 500 communities in which it operates, Imagination Library provides a library of books to children up to five years old, beginning at birth. The books are for children, but selection is designed to support adult literacy as parents read to their children. PowerPoint presentation available. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Reducing the Number of Hispanic High School Dropouts Proposal

    A 12 page research proposal designed to evaluate the effects of a specialized class on Hispanic dropout. The author suggests that twenty-two students be randomly selected from a school and entered into a special program emphasizing positive educational networks and continuous exposure to material patterned after the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). The idea is to compare these students pre and post test scores as well as their future drop-out rate to other Hispanic students in the school. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Three Research Methodologies for Inclusion in Education

    This 12 page paper provides an overview of three different methodologies that can be used in research on the issue of inclusion programming. This paper provides qualitative, quantitative and action research examples. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Action Research in a 7th Grade Classroom

    A 15 page proposal for action research in a 7th grade classroom. The paper discusses the problem in Chapter 1; provides a literature review in Chapter 2; and contains Methodology in Chapter 3. The paper recommends that improvement efforts be made on a school-wide basis for greater effectiveness. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • Research Study Proposal on Equitable Education

    This 15 page paper provides an overview of a research proposal on the issue of gender equity in the classroom. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • 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.

  • Research Into the Literacy Needs of Adult Students A Research Proposal

    This 11 page paper does provide a research proposal, but much of the paper relays information about adult learners and their reading abilities, problems and desires. Questions, suitable for use in the form of a questionnaire, are included. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Research Proposal for Head Start Program

    A 63 page paper that presents a research proposal project. Includes abstract. Chapter 1 includes: introduction, background, problem statement, purpose, definitions, hypothesis, research questions. Chapter 2 is the literature review, which is subdivided into the historical and legal background of Head Start and Early Head Start, including the program's mission, goals and outcome exceptions, and a report of research conducted over the years. Research studies that support and do not support the program are reported. The writer also points to the contradictions not only between research studies but also in the interpretation of the same data by different "experts." The writer also points to the expectations in terms of the original purpose of the program and he disparity between these. Chapter 3 is the Methods section and begins with comments and recommendations from the Head Start Bureau regarding research projects. The population to be studied is identified, assessment process, demographics to be considered. The results section comments on what the researcher might want to do. The Discussion section provides a hypothetical discussion of the study's results. Data are included. Bibliography lists 29 sources.

  • Research Proposal on Inner City School Youth Subculture Development and Transference

    This 9 page paper is research proposal and literature review looking at the development and transference of anti-school youth sub-culture in an inner-city school and the implications this has for policy and practice. The literature review includes the theories of Bourdieu, Piaget and Sherif. The bibliography cites 11 sources.

  • Customer Service Representative Second Language Programming Research Proposal

    This 10 page paper considers the issue of ESL learning the business environment. The modern business environment has been plagued by a number of distinct challenges that have resulted from globalization and increasingly diverse consumer populations. The value of bilingual or multilingual customer service representatives has increased as a result of this diversity and corporations across the globe have recognized the value of language learning and training models for customer service representatives. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Art Therapy And ADHD - Research Proposal

    This 15 page paper has several sections or chapters: introduction, research questions, description of three theories (Piaget, Erikson, and Rogers), ADHD, art therapy, using art therapy with ADHD children, methodology, application of method, results, discussion and conclusions. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • A Literacy Initiative

    This 3 page paper outlines a researched-based, literacy initiative to meet the needs of a multicultural, special needs population within an urban or suburban elementary or middle school. This paper includes anticipated costs, a timeline for implementation, and possible funding sources. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • A Proposal for a Child Care Center

    (7 pp) Although this is a fictitious childcare proposal, it is a given fact that the American family spends on an average, of about seven percent of its annual income on childcare. It is projected that "Childcare City" would be located in the Chicago area; yet it is also well known that as in most major cities in the United States, there is a relatively wide financial spread, therefore much of this organizational data has been gleaned from other parts of the country with the idea that an average will therefore be established. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Students Who Are Mentally Retarded and Classroom Inclusion

    A 14 page paper that includes an introduction, definitions, problem statement/objective, hypotheses, literature review and methodology for a research proposal. The proposed study would explore perceptions/opinions of a select group of participants regarding inclusion of students with mental retardation. The literature review points to the dearth of empirical evidence that supports inclusion in all cases. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Junior Reserves Officer Training Program

    A 6 page paper. Many high schools include JROTC Programs and they have been able to attribute various successes to these programs. The programs enhance self-esteem and self-confidence and they train students in leadership and problem solving. While students with learning disabilities have been successful in these programs, this researcher could not find any research that addressed the mentally challenged student. This paper presents a research study proposal that focuses on how this program might help mentally challenged students. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • 'Jump Start' Grant Proposal

    An 11 page grant request package requesting funding from a private foundation for a nutrition and exercise program at a public school in California. The paper includes a letter of intent and a cover letter; title page content; project summary; organization statement; community assessment and needs statement; program design and timeline; program goals and objectives; program evaluation criteria; and anticipated budget. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Special Education and ADHD

    This 30 page paper provides an overview of a dissertation study on ADHD. This paper integrates a review of literature and a methodology and shows how a study could be conducted. Bibliography lists 15 sources

  • Effectiveness of Sex Education in Teen HIV Prevention

    A 14 page research paper that offers a research study proposal. The hypothesis for the proposed study is that a sex education program that significantly affects the attitudes and norms of participant adolescents and creates positive cognition toward abstinence and delayed sexual behavior can be termed to be effective, as this result can logically be assumed to have a positive effect on the incidence of HIV among adolescents/young adults. The proposal outlines the parameters of the problem and provides background information on the issues, which states the purpose of the proposed study. A literature review provides context, as it summarizes previous research on this topic. The proposed methodology, data collection and analysis are then summarized. Samples of a parental/guardian consent form and a participant asset form are also included. The proposal also includes a 1 page abstract. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Dissertation Proposal on Special Education, Emotionally Disturbed Teens, and the Impact of Distant Intentionality on Anxiety, Self Esteem, and Depression

    20 pages in length. The stringent control of scientific processes precludes much incorporation of alternative approaches based primarily upon anecdotal evidence. Examining the current conventional approaches that impact self-esteem, depression and anxiety in emotionally disturbed adolescents attending a school of special education, one finds conspicuously absent any modified manner by which these individuals' psychological conditions are addressed, bringing to light the overwhelming need to take a closer look at such alternative approaches as Distant Intentionality. Bibliography lists 23 sources.

  • Proposal for Outreach Education in a Community Needs Assessment

    A 3 page proposal for conducting a needs assessment of community outreach education efforts targeting health care issues. Designs a study incorporating qualitative input from independent focus groups and representatives from various governmental and private agencies regarding the effectiveness of existing outreach programs and specific community needs. Anticipates that coupling this qualitative input with quantitative information retrieved from the U.S. Census Bureau will aid the design of stand-alone, financially independent, outreach education programs within a three year time frame.

  • Literacy Case Study

    A 7 page example paper that is intended to serve as a guide for an elementary school teacher in reporting a case study with a third-grade boy in regards to literacy skills. Tutorial language is used. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Fictitious Case Study

    A 3 page research paper that offers a student a guide for creating a case study/introduction to a fictitious individual who has a development disability, within the context of an annual review. While fictionalized, this report draws heavily on a case study, which is cited. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Child with E/BD

    A 10 page research paper that reports on a hypothetical case study of a 9-year-old boy with emotional/behavioral disorder. The writer uses refers to the principles Bowen Family Systems theory as the theoretical foundation for the case study and describes suggested interventions in this context. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Educational Effects of Single Parenthood

    This 10 page paper provides a hypothetical case study of a mother raising a daughter in 1980s Camden, New Jersey. The daughter's history is traced through the educational system from birth through college. The case is evaluated sociologically and several environmental factors are determined to have been detrimental to the educational success of the child. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Counselor's Plan for One Student

    A 15 page paper. Test scores and other information about a 12-year-old boy are provided. This student's scores have declined over the last three years and he is exhibiting a number of behavioral challenges. The writer presents and discusses the information. The counselor's plan is also presented. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Program for Recent Immigrant

    This 7 page paper begins with a very brief scenario of a 16-year-old who has migrated from Mexico. The paper discusses the teacher’s legal obligations, different kinds of educational programs for the student and the recommendation, methods to assess English proficiency and the cultural background of the student. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • A Girl with ADHD: A Case Study

    This 4 page paper provides an overview of the case of a girl named Chantel, who has ADHD. This paper relates her home and school issues and considers approaches to improving performance. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Case Study Middle School Math

    A 4 page paper including an annotated bibliography. This is a case study of a math program not succeeding and what the staff did. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Two Lesson Plans for Adult ESL Learners

    This 4 page paper provides an overview of two lesson plans for ESL learners who are adults. These plans include lessons for eating in a restaurant and visiting a doctor's office. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Doctor's Office Lesson Plan for First Grade ESL Students

    This 3 page paper provides an overview of a lesson plan that integrates a conversational chant with vocabulary that could be used in the doctor's office.

  • Using Drugs and Juvenile Delinquency

    4 pages in length. Lowry et al's (1999) article entitled School Violence, Substance Use, and Availability of Illegal Drugs On School Property Among US High School Students seeks to uncover what – if any – correlation exists between the presence of drug use and the incidence of criminal activity on America's high school campuses. Utilizing nearly eleven thousand high school students, this study examined the availability and use of tobacco, alcohol and marijuana and other illegal drugs as potential inciters of school violence, which was described as any of the following: weapon-carrying, physical fighting, having property stolen or damaged, being threatened or injured or absenteeism due to feeling unsafe. No additional sources cited.

  • Education, Special Needs Individuals' Rights, and the Law

    An 11 page overview of the diversity of considerations which are reflected in the laws, court decisions, and legislation pertaining to the rights of people with special needs. The author provides a detailed summary of several of these considerations and emphasizes that applications range from addressing the needs of individuals with physical disabilities to addressing the needs of individuals with specific cultural characteristics which make special educational provisions a necessity. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • 2 Education Law Cases Analyzed

    This 10 page paper provides two legal briefs (Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley; Felter v. Cape Girardeau School District). The cases are compared and contrasted. No bibliography.

  • Instruction of the Deaf, A Film Analysis

    This 5 page research paper/essay discusses the film Children of a Lesser God (1986, directed by Randa Haines). The film's plot is summarized and then related to a discussion of instruction for the deaf. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Technology and Learning Systems

    This 8 page paper provides an overview of a review of literature on learning systems, motivation and adult learning, including a section on the use of technology, for informing instructional strategies for library specialists. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Professional Education Organizations

    A 15 page discussion of the importance of teachers' groups. The author emphasizes that these groups can be very diverse yet can play a tremendously important role in the shaping of policy and even law relating to education. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • A History of Special Education in the US

    An 8 page research paper that relates the history of special education. The structure of this history of special education first looks at the field earliest beginnings, which addresses how early special education innovators developed this field. However, the reality of history is also that there was resistance to the very idea of special education for severely mentally handicapped children and this is also addressed before moving on to the recent history of special education in the US and conclusions. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • African American Education Throughout History

    In this 4 page paper, the writer encapsulates the struggle for education for black children between Colonial America and the 1930s. Major persons, dates and events are presented. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Literature Review on Mentally Retarded Students and Best Instruction Methods

    This 10 page paper explores the relevant literature in terms of how to best educate students with mental retardation. This paper highlights many effective studies which highlight promising methods. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • A Special Education Integrative Literature Summary

    This 5 page paper discusses a variety of special education topics from the perspective of a special edcuation director. This paper highlights the importance of a person in this position in regards to the information provided in these articles, and asserts that the director necessarily must be informed on these issues. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Competency Based Education Literature Review

    This 8 page paper reviews key theories, concepts and research as it applies to competency based education. This paper examines both the pros and cons of the subject as well as providing a comprehensive analysis of the topic. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

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

    This 7 page paper examines the techniques of Dr. Georgi Lozanov - specifically, his integrated learning techniques. This paper explores how these techniques serve to help ESL students achieve more academic success. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Literature Review on Children's Phonemic Awareness Remediation Strategies

    This 6 page paper is a review of literature on the issue of phonemic awareness. This paper outlines methods presented in the current literature for remediation strategies. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Childcare Classroom Inclusion Introduction and Literature Review

    This 10 page paper provides an introduction to a paper on inclusion in early childhood classrooms. Childcare workers are looked at and attitudinal variations as well as experience are aspects discussed. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

  • Bilingual Reading Studies and Using Multicultural Stories and Literature Circles to Improve Levels of Reading

    This 9 page paper provides an overview of the instructional strategies used to work with bilingual populations. A number of research studies have considered the different educational techniques needed to instruct children of varied ethnicity in the classroom setting. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • A Review of Special Education Training Literature and Funding Issues

    This 3-page paper focuses on literature dealing with funding for special education and its training. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Literature Review on Primary School Music Education for Children Ages 5 through 7

    This 38 page paper provides an overview of music education and a review of the existing literature. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Math Lessons and Classroom Management Plan for 3rd Grade Inclusion

    A 9 page paper that presents a classroom management plan, including rules and policies and how they will be established, reinforcement and contracts, routines. The paper then provides two math lessons and finally discusses the inner discipline philosophy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Math Classrooms and Cultural Sensitivity

    A 12 page paper. As schools become even more diversified, teachers face daunting challenges in creating a classroom that meets the needs of all students. Math is typically viewed as the subject area in which culturally and linguistically diverse students would have the fewest problems. This is not true. Upon more careful review, we find that mathematics has its own language and includes terminology that can easily cause confusion to culturally diverse students. This essay begins with general comments about teaching linguistically and culturally diverse students and provides suggestions within that discussion. The essay then discusses issues concerning classroom environment and then, language and materials in the teaching of math. Suggestions for improving math instruction for students from different cultures are included. There are also specific discussions about African-American and Hispanic students. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Mathematics and Peer Tutoring Benefits

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of this issue. The current research reflects a variety of views on the issue of peer tutoring in subjects like mathematics and the benefits of this kid of system. Peer tutoring models have been the focus of existing research for almost a decade, when researchers determined that benefits could be derived from cooperative learning models. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Summary of Article Dealing with the Difficulties Encountered by Disabled Students in Solving Mathematical Word Problems

    This 3 page paper is a summary of the article "The Effects of Instruction in Solving Mathematical Word Problems for Students with Learning Problems: A Meta-Analysis," by Ping Xin Yan and Asha K. Jitendra. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Bottge's ' Reconceptualizing Mathematics Problem Solving For Low Achieving Students' - Summary

    3 pages in length. Learning theories are not merely a collection of arbitrary approaches for acquiring knowledge but rather are well-focused methods for reaching students. People cannot be lumped together as being a single entity when it comes to learning processes; borrowing from such renown scholars as Dewey, Wertheimer and Bruner, Bottge (2001) points out how 'the notion that problems must be engaging for students' (p. 102) is not a new concept. In order to penetrate the limitations inherent to low achieving students where mathematical comprehension is concerned, Bottge (2001) expounds upon the need to incorporate student autonomy and quality of life into the fundamental approach to learning. No additional sources cited.

  • 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.

  • Children with Down Syndrome

    A 10 page research paper that discussing the etiology and manifestation in children afflicted with Down syndrome. The writer then concentrates of educational interventions in teaching reading and math. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Special Education/Literature Review

    A 15 page research paper that discusses special education, its history in the US. This examination of issues pertaining to special education offers a broad overview of this topic via a review of relevant literature. Bibliography lists 16 sources.

  • Literature Review for Increasing Parental Involvement in Special Education

    A 3 page paper providing the literature review section of an action research project focused on increasing parental involvement in special education. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Early Intervention Programs and Student Achievement: A Review of Literature

    This 4 page paper examines early intervention programs. Several articles and books, in addition to online information, is reviewed. Politics are noted as well. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • PRINT REFERENCES AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS AMONG CHILDREN: LITERATURE REVIEW

    This 3-page paper provides a literature review about research conducted on print references and early reading among young children with language disorders. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Literature Review on Absenteeism

    An 8 page research paper that addresses the topic of chronic school absenteeism, that is, when a student misses more than 18 days of schools, which is a severe problem that is evident throughout the public school system and not just a phenomenon of the upper grades (Breaoen, 2007). This literature review examines what empirical literature conveys on the topic of elementary school absenteeism. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Autistic Children Interventions

    This 4 page paper presents a brief overview of the literature regarding behavioral treatments, including pivotal target behaviors, for autistic children.

  • Articles and Analysis of British Journal of Special Education

    This 7-page paper deals with analysis and literature search of the British Journal of Special Education. The paper discusses the standard of the publication, as well as some of the current literature dealing with special ed and its challenges. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • ABE Programs and Resistance Problems

    This 12 page analytical review of the current literature reflects the problem of resistance in adult learner populations, especially in adult basic education (ABE) programs. This paper considers the basic views that have been outlined in the current literature and defines the importance of existing perspectives as a means of determining ways of addressing the problem of resistance. Bibliography lists 25 sources.

  • Improving High School Graduation Rates for Texas Minorities in the Presence of Exit-Level Testing

    A 19 page review of the numerous factors that interrelate to result in a high Mexican American drop out rate. The author reviews these factors in relation to the standardized exit test that is now required by law for Texas to issue high school diplomas. Includes a brief Methods section for the literature search that was conducted. Bibliography lists 24 sources.

  • Elementary Schools, Mathematics Achievement, and Technology

    A 10 page paper. This is the literature review for a study that will investigate the impact of technology on math achievement of ELL students. The review discusses the effects of technology on achievement and reports studies that emphasized math achievement. Statistical data included. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Autistic Children's Education and Pivotal Response Teaching

    A 5 page paper discussing research in autism intervention, specifically the benefits that pivotal response training can bring to children with autism. The paper provides a literature review and points for staff empowerment enabling teachers to put the research into practice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Literature Review on Special Education and Challenging Student Behaviors

    A 19 page research paper that offers a literature review concerning ten studies that that deal with program design for special education and its effect on challenging behaviors as well as academic results. The studies and summarized and discussed. Bibliography lists ten sources.

  • Impoverished Children and the Impact of Preschool Programs

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of the issue presented and relates it to the current literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • 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.

  • Benefits of Teen Jobs

    A 5 page paper providing a section for a much larger work examining the problems created by teens working too many hours during the school year. This section provides a review of the current environment and difficulties of change, as well as a plan for solution. The plan is that educators create lessons based in disciplines relevant to students’ jobs. Likely subject candidates include business math; technology use in business; business planning; business strategy; microeconomics; and macroeconomics. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Detrimental Effects of Coeducational Schools on Females

    10 pages in length. The social benefits of coeducational schools may provide an important conduit for students who have only attended single-sex schools in the past, however, it has become more than apparent how this particular academic environment lends itself to scholastic shortcomings where female students are concerned. The extent to which girls are more inclined to pursue math and science courses in a single-sex environment is both grand and far-reaching; the pressure and intimidation inherent to performing as well as their male counterparts in the coeducational setting speaks to the reason why the female gender fails to thrive in these academic areas, illustrating how coeducational schools are not always the best choice. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • ADHD and Issues in Classroom Management

    A 11 page paper. ADHD is one of the most prevalent childhood disorders reported by schools and mental health clinics and as such, is one of the most researched conditions in America. This paper provides a description of ADHD, including behavioral symptoms. The emphasis is on managing the classroom. Research regarding effective procedures and programs is discussed along with a number of quick tips teachers can use immediately. The writer then discusses the research and includes a discussion on why reinforcement is not used as often as it should be. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Teen Pregnancy and Case Management Protocol

    According to the website for The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, based on the 1996 U.S. Census, the vital statistic for teen pregnancy for the state of Oregon is a 90 in 1,000 chance that a girl between the age of 15 and 19 will become pregnant (Fact Sheet). The national average for this age group is 97 in 1,000. This is only one reason why this population was chosen for this study in case management. Note that focus is also placed on general concepts of case management. Bibliography lists 8 sources. jvCaseMg.rtf

  • 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.

  • Eleventh Grade Mathematics Teachers in the State of New York

    A 4 page paper discussing the benefits of entering education as an 11th grade math teacher in New York State. If one author is correct and there is no shortage when the price increases, then it is conceivable that the field will be more competitive in several years as salaries increase. At present, governments at all levels face budgetary constraints and it is unlikely that New York will be able to increase salaries to the point that supply of math teachers can fill the demand. It is an extremely good time to be seeking a job as a math teacher in New York State. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • The Teaching of Math in California

    A 5 page paper. The catalyst question for this paper was: How to teach Saxon Math to 4th/5th grade GATE students in accordance with the California math standards. The essay begins with some general comments about the California Mathematics Standards, including a general synopsis of what students are supposed to do by the end of the 5th grade. The focus of the Saxon math series is then explained. Comments about Saxon math from others are reported. The writer concludes that while Saxon math may fit within the general criteria of the standards, it would not be a good program to use with students who were gifted in math. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Post September 11 Elementary Schools in New Jersey

    This 3 page paper argues that elementary school children should not have been prohibited from speaking their minds after the tragic event. Glen Rock public schools in New Jersey are mentioned but the topic is addressed in a very general manner. No bibliography.

  • Middle School Math Teaching

    A 3 page paper that begins with brief comments about the NCTM Principles and Standards. The paper then reports an interview with a middle school math teacher about how she tries to meet the principle of equity. The writer reports some of the best practices for reaching all students. The paper concludes with the writer's personal comments. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Learning Disabled Students and Mathematics

    5 pages. This article critique provides a guide to use that will include several important points. One of these is that there is a clear specification of the problem under investigation as well as the background of the problem. The significance of the study is discussed as well as the potential contribution to educational theory. The research and practice that is necessary for this study and finally, the hypothesis and data collection procedures are critiqued. Major strengths and weaknesses of the research are also pointed out. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Gifted Classroom Underachiever Manipulation and Psychology

    An 8 page paper discussing positive ways of dealing with the talented and gifted underachiever in the classroom. These students often need special education as much as do the learning disabled but often do not receive it. Some can challenge themselves, but challenging the student still is the job of the teacher. The paper discusses using real-world lessons, peer tutoring and following the child’s lead as strategies for avoiding boredom with the average class. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Professional Positions in Psychology

    This 5 page paper examines assorted psychology professional positions and determines what qualities are needed by these professionals. This paper furthermore describes the typcial background and achievements of such professionals. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Nurse Education: Lesson Plan for Navigating a User Crisis

    A 5 page paper discussing learner characteristics, developmental stages and readiness to learn for a group of mental health nurses when devising a lesson plan for handling users in crisis. An appendix discusses the ASSURE model and provides a lesson plan overview for a five-session course of study employing lecture, role play and demonstration. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Gifted Child Education

    An 8 page paper that examines the issue of adequately educating the gifted child and the educational systems and models that have been developed in this capacity. Discussed are the Structure of Intellect System, or SOI, the Enrichment Matrix Model, and the Cognitive-Affective Interaction Model. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Racial Inferiority Concept

    A 5 page overview of racism as it has existed since the nineteenth century when anthropology, medicine, psychology, and sociology all became vehicles of racism as they proposed and supported theories which perpetuated disenfranchisement and segregation. Even the concept of evolution itself indirectly supported the predominant feeling that there was a hierarchical relationship between the races from the primitive to the advanced. The author of this paper presents the contention that our everyday classroom activities and even our standardized educational tests perpetuate the age-old institution of racism. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • An Article on ADD Critiqued

    4 pages in length. The writer discusses "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: An Evolutionary Perspective" by Shelley-Tremblay et al from the Journal of Genetic Psychology. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Language Acquisition and the Case of Genie

    An 11 page paper. This essay reports the historical background of Genie and what happened to her when she was taken to the local hospital. The paper is divided into four sections: Who was Genie; How Genie contributed to our understanding of the psychology of language acquisition; What we could learn from Genie; and What would happen if another Genie were discovered today. The writer is very pessimistic and believes the same things that happened to Genie in the 1970s would happen again. Experts would converge, each promoting their own ideas and opinions. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • The Use of Songs and Games to Teach English as a Second Language

    This 5 page paper discusses the use of songs and games to teach English in the ESL classroom. The writer first provides a theoretical justification for using music to learn, in general, and to learn English, in particular. The essay then discusses the use of music for cognitive, affective and linguistic purposes. Finally, the writer reports some specific ideas on the use of songs and games for specific learning goals, such as vocabulary, phonetics, listening comprehension and more. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • How a Remote School District in Alaska Changed

    A 5 page paper. This school district covers 22,000 square miles in remote parts of Alaska. Three villages offer educational experiences for students, which are accessible only by small planes. Chugach began a reform movement in 1994 and has had remarkable success in terms of increasing student learning. This essay will explain the highlights of the reform including some of the things teachers had to change their attitude about. The essay also presents an abstract from a different study. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Approaches to Learning

    This 19 page paper examines the subject of learning. Three different models are the focus of the discussion: behaviorism, constructivism and socio-cultural models. Research is provided to support the assumptions. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Distance Learning

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of the core issues and considerations relevant to planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating distance-learning technologies in the K-12 educational environment. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Learning Disability Dyscalculia

    This is an 8 page paper on the learning disability dyscalculia. Dyscalculia is a developmental mathematical learning disability which is often considered part of or the same as dyslexia, the developmental reading and writing disability. While dyslexia has been known to cause some dysfunction in the understanding of mathematical elements, dyscalculia is much more complex in that it also includes over fifty different distinct classes of mathematical disabilities which include elements of confusion of abstract and strategic thought, an inability to properly construct time, schedules, or visual representations of places and directions as well as a person’s inability to conduct many tasks necessary in the running of a household such as financial planning, balancing checkbooks and credit cards, and may also include instances of people being habitually late, lost or unable to locate objects among other factors. Researchers in special education feel that the disability of dyscalculia is not being addressed in the educational systems because largely Americans are more accepting of being mathematically deficient but find that being deficient in reading and writing is not socially acceptable. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Technology and Learning Systems

    This 8 page paper provides an overview of a review of literature on learning systems, motivation and adult learning, including a section on the use of technology, for informing instructional strategies for library specialists. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Childhood Learning And Behavioral Development: Practice Responses

    4 pages in length. The natural developmental process of learning and behavioral abilities can sometimes be interrupted by unforeseen impediments that preclude the child following any conventional standards. When this hindrance occurs, certain practices and procedures help to realign the child with the particular level of development typical of a given stage, not the least of which includes evaluation and prescreening. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Adult Identity and Learning

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of the subject of life long learning in adult learner populations. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Possible Benefits Of Video Games On Academics & Academic Studies

    6 pages in length. The process of learning is comprised of myriad components over and above the conventional book approach that - studies have found - has a tendency to alienate certain types of students. Clearly, the collective population of learners can no longer be lumped into a single category for reaching academic achievement given the proven fact that people absorb information in a number of different ways; as such, today's teaching methods are utilizing alternative tools by which to reach students on all levels of comprehension, not the least of which includes the surprisingly beneficial aspect of video games. Dubbed as the 'joystick generation,' contemporary high school and college students have come to academically expand from using video games as a learning tool. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Children with Down Syndrome

    A 10 page research paper that discussing the etiology and manifestation in children afflicted with Down syndrome. The writer then concentrates of educational interventions in teaching reading and math. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • 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.

  • Learning Disabilities and Standardized Testing

    A 5 page paper which examines the subject of standardized testing as it involves students with learning disabilities. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Influential Factors in Early Childhood Learning

    A 7 page review of the factors influencing early childhood learning. The author reviews numerous theories on the importance of environment, parental interaction, and culturally sensitive materials. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Learning Disabled Students and Social Skills

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of the problem. Studies are cited showing that there is a relationship between social skills deficits and learning disabilities. The importance of learning social skills is emphasized and some techniques are provided for a variety of age groups. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Writing Curriculum Adaptation Outline for Second Language Learners

    3 pages in length. The writer provides a brief curriculum outline for second language students in grades 4-6 who are learning to write. Bibliography lists 13 sources but only cites 6 in-text.

  • 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.

  • Early Language Development In Children With Down Syndrome

    45 pages in length. Language acquisition is a challenging feat for any child; the pathway to verbal communication is both frustrating and rewarding at the same time. When a learning disability is thrown into the mix, that challenge presents a greater test of methodologies and trends whereby the child is able to become skilled at what regular learners achieve. As such, contemporary schooling has been adapted to more readily teach language acquisition to the Down Syndrome child with programs that accelerate development and provide early intervention. In short, the objective is to afford slower learners the opportunity to attain maximum potential at an appropriate pace that does not drive them beyond their capabilities. Bibliography lists 47 sources.

  • Thank You Letter to Lissa Weinstein

    This 3 page paper is a letter from a mother to author Lissa Weinstein, thanking Weinstein for writing her book “Reading David,” about her experiences teaching her dyslexic son to read. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Assessing Distance Learning Online Class Groups

    This 5 page paper examines the advantages and disadvantages of online class groups. Issues discussed include barriers to communication, the absence on non verbal communication, team dynamics and development social loafing, cultural diversity and many other factors that may be present in this environment.

  • 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.

  • English Language Learners, Learning Disabilities and One School Setting

    A 7 page paper assessing current LD and ELL programs at St. Monica School in Chicago, a private, Catholic elementary school (through eighth grade) with 429 students. The characteristics of the surrounding neighborhoods are though the area still is overwhelmingly white, the Hispanic population doubled between the 1990 census and 2000 census. The school has learning-disabled (LD) students, and it is gaining a greater population of those needing English instruction as a second language. The purpose here is to assess the programs that exist and to make recommendations for the future. Recommendations include securing a native speaker for Spanish; more closely assessing ELLs' progress and creating partnerships with parents. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Adult Development and Learning Models

    This 8 page paper discusses factors and strategies that provide a realistic approach to adult learning. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • The Causes of Learning Disabilities

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of a professional presentation on the Causes of Learning Disabilities. This paper outlines the professional focus of the presentation and the impacts for parents of children with LD designations. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Learning Disabilities : Journal Article Review

    A 4 page paper that reviews a journal article entitled d students with learning disabilities: who are they? by Lovett and Lewandowski. A synopsis is provided followed by the writer's opinion of the article. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Personal Overview of Learning That is Lifelong

    This is an 8 page paper that provides a personal overview of lifelong learning. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Assessment of English Language Learning

    This 5 page paper provides an assessment of a fictional student named Chin in regards to his English language learning needs. This paper examines the method best for this student as well as how this student will benefit from the method. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • "Children Placed At Risk For Learning And Behavioral Difficulties" - Brief Analysis

    4 pages in length. The authors present a number of viable methods for implementing a school-wide system of early identification and intervention, not the least of which includes evaluating existing theory, knowledge and practice; providing ongoing professional development; screening young children in a proactive manner if they are at risk for learning problems as well as behavioral or emotional issues. No bibliography.

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

    This 5 page paper presents a literature review that may be used in conjunction with the paper entitled Letter Reversal in Children with Severe Learning Disabilities. This review of literature may also be used independently in exploring learning disabilities, dyslexia and letter reversal. Definitions, diagnostic considerations, and methodology utilized in such incidences are addressed as is the use of upper and lower case letters in teaching reading and writing. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • 'Supporting and Facilitating Self-Directed Learning' Critiqued

    A 1 page paper discussing the value of an article from the ERIC database. The paper goes into as much detail as possible within the 250-word limit, and finds that the article is sound in its theory and practice. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • A Review of Pat Conroy's Novel, 'The Water is Wide'

    A 5 page review of "The Water is Wide", a novel chronicling the experiences of writer and educator Pat Conroy in 1969 on the near deserted island of Yamacraw off the South Carolina coast. Relates Conroy's trials, tribulations, and successes when charged with educating a largely illiterate group of student consisting of black fifth graders and older students. Recounts his innovative methods and perseverance which serve as an example to educators of the fact that one man can make a difference. No additional sources are listed.

  • Dropout Rates in High Schools

    A 4 page overview of high school drop out rates. The author contends that a number of factors affect these rates. The emphasis is made that the cultural group to which an individual belongs and their gender are particularly important predictors of drop out. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • A Practicum for Special Education Working with Cerebral Palsy

    This 25 page paper provides an overview of a practicum project, the culmination of studies in special education. This paper relates the study of methods to address the needs of students with cerebral palsy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • LD Students and Educational Instruction

    A 7 page paper. There is no single strategy or procedure for teaching students with disabilities. There are numerous instructional models that are used with very specific learning disabilities. This paper discusses four topics: direct instruction, peer tutoring, class-wide tutoring, and formative evaluation. The benefits of the three instructional techniques are discussed. The importance and benefits of formative evaluation/assessment are explained. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Challenges and Experiences of Aboriginal and Islander Tertiary Education Students

    This 4 page paper summarizes and assesses the texts of "Well, I rest my case" by Jackie Higgins, looking at the issues it incorporates and critiquing the content. The challenges faced by Higgins, and those which may face students are considered in the social context of aboriginal education in Australia. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

  • 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.

  • Diversity and Inclusion in Education

    This 8 page paper provides an overview of the issue of diversity in the educational setting, with a focus on the issue for two dominant subcultures. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Effectiveness of Sex Education in Teen HIV Prevention

    A 14 page research paper that offers a research study proposal. The hypothesis for the proposed study is that a sex education program that significantly affects the attitudes and norms of participant adolescents and creates positive cognition toward abstinence and delayed sexual behavior can be termed to be effective, as this result can logically be assumed to have a positive effect on the incidence of HIV among adolescents/young adults. The proposal outlines the parameters of the problem and provides background information on the issues, which states the purpose of the proposed study. A literature review provides context, as it summarizes previous research on this topic. The proposed methodology, data collection and analysis are then summarized. Samples of a parental/guardian consent form and a participant asset form are also included. The proposal also includes a 1 page abstract. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Imagination Library and Family Literacy Improvement

    A 7 page paper examining Imagination Library, the literacy program founded and sustained by the Dollywood Foundation in East Tennessee, as a model for another program more closely aligned with the needs of an inner-city, bilingual population. In the 500 communities in which it operates, Imagination Library provides a library of books to children up to five years old, beginning at birth. The books are for children, but selection is designed to support adult literacy as parents read to their children. PowerPoint presentation available. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Full Inclusion in the Classroom

    A 4 page paper which examines information available regarding full inclusion in classrooms. bibliography lists 7 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.

  • Achieving Inclusion in Education

    This 4 page paper looks at the concept of inclusive education and how this may be applied to physical disability in a secondary school, looking at different approaches and the ay inclusion may be achieved. The bibliography cites 2 sources.

  • Education's Inclusive Theory and Disabilities

    A 5 page discussion of the inclusive theory. The author suggests that while inclusion should always be the goal, approaching severe disabilities on a small group basis is often preferable for both the disabled and the non-disabled student. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Literature Review on Absenteeism

    An 8 page research paper that addresses the topic of chronic school absenteeism, that is, when a student misses more than 18 days of schools, which is a severe problem that is evident throughout the public school system and not just a phenomenon of the upper grades (Breaoen, 2007). This literature review examines what empirical literature conveys on the topic of elementary school absenteeism. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Alternative Therapies for ADD/ADHD

    A 7 page research paper that examines research literature pertaining to alternative interventions for ADD/ADHD children. The writer particularly focuses on studies on massage/tactile stimulation. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • The Impact of Adult ADD/ADHD on Education

    A 20 page research paper that provides a literature review on the topic of adult ADD, with particular focus on how ADD affects the processes involved in adult education and degree completion. Topics include diagnosis, treatment, medication, and learning, as well as the impact of ADD on adult education and degree completion. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • 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).

  • ADHD and Issues in Classroom Management

    A 11 page paper. ADHD is one of the most prevalent childhood disorders reported by schools and mental health clinics and as such, is one of the most researched conditions in America. This paper provides a description of ADHD, including behavioral symptoms. The emphasis is on managing the classroom. Research regarding effective procedures and programs is discussed along with a number of quick tips teachers can use immediately. The writer then discusses the research and includes a discussion on why reinforcement is not used as often as it should be. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • 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.

  • Decisions on the Educational Needs of Children With Down Syndrome

    A 3 page discussion of the emotional struggles that confront parents of Down Syndrome children both on receiving the news that their child has the syndrome and as they try to make decisions about their child’s education. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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

    This 7 page paper examines the techniques of Dr. Georgi Lozanov - specifically, his integrated learning techniques. This paper explores how these techniques serve to help ESL students achieve more academic success. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • 20th Century Educational Inequality

    A 3 page discussion of the attempts which have been made to insure equal education in the twentieth century. The author contends that these attempts have fallen short, that our schools are not meeting the dual goals of equality and excellence . Part of the reason is an almost myopic concentration on equality in funding when what is really needed is equality in circumstance.

  • Parr, Sutherland, and Bullen Article Analysis on Urban and Rural Children's Labor and Economic Responsibilities

    This is a 10 page paper discussing economic and labor responsibilities in children in rural farm families and urban working class children. Joy Parr’s chapter “Apprentice or Adopted” (1994) and Neil Sutherland’s chapter “The Working Lives of Modern Pioneers” (1997) tell of the work ethics, expectations, patriarchal control, family economic status, and gender role development in rural households and communities. Parr addresses the enterprising structure of families on farms which in addition to their gendered-role structure in which all members of families must contribute to the maintenance of the farm, also takes into account the position of immigrant children apprentices. While many farm children are unable to attend schools because of obligations on the farm, this is further diminished in regards to the immigrant children who have fewer educational opportunities than farm children. Sutherland’s work further argues the opportunities which are missed by rural children who are not always able to go to school because of work obligations on the farm. He argues that urban children, who do not have these same obligations, are therefore offered more educational opportunities and subsequent professional opportunities. John Bullen in his article “Hidden Workers: Child Labour and the Family Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century Urban Ontario” (1992) takes this argument one step further. While agreeing that rural children are at a disadvantage because of their labor obligations, so too are urban working class children who also live within family structures where every family member must contribute either in labor or wages in order to sustain the family lifestyle. In all cases, middle and upper class children who do not have the same labor obligations are given more educational, professional and social mobility opportunities in their stead. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Autistic Children Interventions

    This 4 page paper presents a brief overview of the literature regarding behavioral treatments, including pivotal target behaviors, for autistic children.

  • Development Age 4: Down Syndrome

    This 9 page paper discuses developmental milestones of preschool children who have Down Syndrome and those who do not. The paper discusses some of the differences in development from infancy to age 4. 1 Table included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • The Down Syndrome Student in the Mainstream Classroom

    This 5 page paper emphasizes the importance of integrating Down Syndrome students into the mainstream classroom. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • UK's Talented and Gifted Education

    This 43 page research report addresses gifted education with an emphasis on the United Kingdom. The report begins with a brief history of gifted education (in the 1870s in New Jersey, USA) and includes the change in focus from intellectual cognitive ability to a broader perspective. Topics addressed in the report include: the definition of giftedness and how that has changed and why, underachievement, methods for identifying gifted children, including tests, teacher recommendations and checklists, identification by provision and identification by provision in practice, Freeman's Sports approach, comments on nature vs nurture, can giftedness be developed, characteristics of the gifted child, emotional/social development, implications for teachers, preparing teachers to work with the gifted, and comments about programs for the gifted. While most of the research is applicable to giftedness anywhere, there is an emphasis on the UK. Bibliography lists 24 sources.

  • 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.

  • Individualized Education Plan Sample

    This 4 page paper presents an Individualized Education Plan for a first grade student who has been assessed and been determined to qualify for special education based on assessment results provided by the student. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Reducing the Number of Hispanic High School Dropouts Proposal

    A 12 page research proposal designed to evaluate the effects of a specialized class on Hispanic dropout. The author suggests that twenty-two students be randomly selected from a school and entered into a special program emphasizing positive educational networks and continuous exposure to material patterned after the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). The idea is to compare these students pre and post test scores as well as their future drop-out rate to other Hispanic students in the school. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • 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.

  • Annotated Bibliography - Dual Language Education

    This 5 page paper is an annotated bibliography of 10 sources dealing with dual language education.

  • Child Development Activities 2

    An 18 page paper answering several questions in development in early childhood, as well as questions about health, cleanliness and nutrition. The paper provides two examples of Physical, Language, Social, Creative and Cognitive developmental activities for each of four developmental stages between birth and 12 years, and provides a trifold brochure discussing the process of acclimating children and parents to a new care service. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • 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

    This 4-page paper reviews three articles concerning English language learners. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • 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.

  • Business Plan for the Speak Up! Program

    A 12 page paper providing rationale and plans for a public speaking training program to be offered to middle school students ages 12-15. Based on the successful approach of Toastmasters International, this program will focus on developing public speaking, persuasion and listening abilities. Bibliography lists 11 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.

  • No Child Left Behind Act and IDEA

    A 4 page paper that explains the No Child Left Behind Act, including its major provisions and requirements. The paper discusses interventions for a child with specific disabilities. Bibliography lists 2 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.

  • How Does ADHD Affect Learning

    A 10 page paper that begins by describing what Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is and its incidence among children and adults. The paper then discusses ADHD and the brain, reporting results of studies that identify the parts of the brain that do not function correctly. In the last part of the paper, the writer discusses learning and cognitive theories with comments regarding the challenges the ADHD student faces. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • 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.

  • Adolescents And ADHD

    6 pages in length. Adjusting one's life to the inherent struggles of ADHD is not specific to the individual who suffers from the learning disability; rather, the need to develop coping mechanisms branches out to virtually every person with whom the individual comes in contact, not the least of which includes parents, siblings, non-familial adults and peers. This is particular pertinent with adolescent ADHD, in that during this period of life the young adult is compelled to deal with psychological, physiological and hormonal changes that make the focus-zapping disability an even greater challenge to endure. The extent to which issues such as scholastic difficulty and low self-esteem are a constant presence in the life of an ADHD adolescent are both grand and far-reaching; that specially modified approaches to learning must be approached in order to reach the ADHD adolescent speaks to the shattering of old-school mentality claiming these young adults simply cannot be reached. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Art Therapy And ADHD - Research Proposal

    This 15 page paper has several sections or chapters: introduction, research questions, description of three theories (Piaget, Erikson, and Rogers), ADHD, art therapy, using art therapy with ADHD children, methodology, application of method, results, discussion and conclusions. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Letter Reversal, Dyslexia, and Learning Disabilities

    A 10 page research proposal intended to demonstrate that the use of upper case letter techniques can reduce letter reversals in children with severe learning disabilities. This proposal also correlates the improvements in reading and writing using this technique to improve reading and writing confidence which can lead to subsequent reversal improvements. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Considering Affirmative Action

    This 3 page paper considers some of the issues surrounding affirmative action, including how concepts should be defined; whether or not racial and sexual discrimination still exist; whether affirmative action creates reverse discrimination and whether quotes are always immoral. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Children's Developmental Disorders and Reading

    4 pages in length. Current generations of children with different developmental disorders such as dyslexia and ADD are reaping tremendous benefits that were not available to their historic counterparts. While books have always proven effective in reaching desirable literacy levels, they are no comparison to the overwhelming response educationally challenged children have when learning from computer programs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • An Attention Deficit Disorder Hypothesis

    The job of teacher is inclusive of a number of diverse variables that are ever evolving and in need of individualization to each student. This 10 page paper presents a study with the hypothesis: teachers can be influential in the detection and treatment of ADHD as well as providing effective teaching strategies. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Parent View of Autism

    This 4 page paper provides an overview of material collected from an interview of a mother who has a son with autism. This paper reflects the views of the mother and considers the implications for educators. Bibliography has 2 sources.

  • Leadership and Education

    7 pages in length. The writer discusses choices and problems as they relate to the notion of educational leadership. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • 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.

  • Children's Hearing Impairments and Deafness

    The problems of educating children with these problems is discussed in this 6 page paper. Main issues which surface concern decisions in mainstreaming and effects of exclusion on self-esteem. Recommendations are made for both parents and teachers. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Shortcomings of a Cookie Cutter Education

    An 8 page paper addressing the problems presented in trying to provide for equality in education while at the same time addressing the specific needs of each student. Insight from Ralph Waldo Emerson and John Dewey interlaces this paper. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Mentally-Disabled Young Adults, STIs Education

    A 10 page research paper that describes a proposed comprehensive sex education program for residents of St. Dominic's Home who have intellectual disabilities. The paper includes program background, literature review, goals and objectives, evaluation model design, evaluation methods, data analysis and reporting, economic evaluation, ethical, equity and leadership considerations and implementing and monitoring strategies. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

  • Adult Literacy and the New York City Public Library

    A 26 page paper that begins with a definition of literacy, the three types of literacy assessed and scoring processes. National and international literacy rates are then reported along with the negative effects of illiteracy. The paper then changes to report the history of the New York Public Library, which provides services in Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Borough Public Library. The adult literacy programs offered by each of these library systems is reported, the types of services, the characteristics of the literacy programs and the number of locations for these programs. The paper ends with a report of the New York City Adult Literacy Initiative. Statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 18 sources.

  • Dyslexia and Spelling

    This 5 page paper looks at how spelling by dyslexics is integrated and also how that relates to younger children who do not have dyslexia. Dyslexia is also discussed in a general sense. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • A Dyslexia Overview

    This 11 page paper provides an informative overview of this puzzling condition. The definition of dyslexia is provided along with a list of symptoms. Etiology is discussed as well, inclusive of the differences in brain function and the brain itself. Finally, many treatment options are discussed. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • 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.

  • Early Childhood Education Politics and Policy

    A 5 page paper illustrating why workers in early childhood education need to be informed of political and policy matters. Much is said about the potential effectiveness of non-government organizations (NGOs) in developing nations and the extent of their influence in shaping government policy and social perception in developing nations. NGOs exist in the United States as well, of course, and one of the most notable is The United Way. Currently it is embroiled in a political struggle seeking to preserve the federal Head Start program that has been in existence literally for decades. This is not an issue likely to disappear soon, and workers in early childhood education need to be aware both of the struggle and its implications. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Homeschooling

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

  • Memory and Learning

    A 10 page paper that explains the different major categories of learning disabilities, discusses memory processes of learning disabled students, explains why these students have trouble with academic tasks, offers suggestions for helping students improve their memory, and comments on social-cognitive factors related to learning disabilities. Bibliogrpahy lists 7 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 History of Foreign Language Curricula in American Schools

    This 11 page paper traces the history of foreign language in American schools. The paper looks at the decades of the twentieth century to see the course that foreign language curricula would take primarily in high school but also in elementary school and in higher education. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Shootings in School

    An 8 page paper which examines and analyzes the cause of school shootings. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Language Acquisition Principles: Immersion

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    A 3 page overview of child language disorders. This paper outlines how to recognize and treat these problems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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  • Head Start under the NCLB Act

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  • Mathematics and Peer Tutoring Benefits

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of this issue. The current research reflects a variety of views on the issue of peer tutoring in subjects like mathematics and the benefits of this kid of system. Peer tutoring models have been the focus of existing research for almost a decade, when researchers determined that benefits could be derived from cooperative learning models. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Literature Review on Children's Phonemic Awareness Remediation Strategies

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  • Children Who Lack Awareness of Phonemes and Remediation Strategies

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  • Bottge's ' Reconceptualizing Mathematics Problem Solving For Low Achieving Students' - Summary

    3 pages in length. Learning theories are not merely a collection of arbitrary approaches for acquiring knowledge but rather are well-focused methods for reaching students. People cannot be lumped together as being a single entity when it comes to learning processes; borrowing from such renown scholars as Dewey, Wertheimer and Bruner, Bottge (2001) points out how 'the notion that problems must be engaging for students' (p. 102) is not a new concept. In order to penetrate the limitations inherent to low achieving students where mathematical comprehension is concerned, Bottge (2001) expounds upon the need to incorporate student autonomy and quality of life into the fundamental approach to learning. No additional sources cited.

  • Modenr Day Segregation in Education

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  • Single Sex Schools Should Not be Banned

    This 3 page paper argues that single-sex schools should not be banned. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills

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  • Heath Care and Nursing's Pender Promotion Model

    An 8 page paper discussing this model of nursing and model of health care, particularly as it relates to education. The Pender model holds that people are willing and able to take the steps necessary to improve their health standing, to seek increasing levels of wellness rather than only existing without the presence of illness. Delivering health-enhancing information within the confines of the Pender model as well as deference to learning theory can be of tremendous benefit to individuals. It is reasonable to assume that greater progress in a shorter period of time provides additional incentive to retain new behaviors and to continue practicing them until they become ingrained. Achieving healthier behaviors over the long term is the goal of those in health promotion. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Special Education Views and Theories

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  • Special Education/Literature Review

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  • Special Education Overview

    A 5 page research paper that discusses special education, which is a topic that covers a broad array of topics. This overview of special education looks a few of these topics, offering definitions and discussion of relevant issues. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Special Education Issues & Policy

    A 6 page research paper that takes the form of a hypothetical interview. The writer argues that the literature that pertains to special education suggests possible answers that a school district special education coordinator might give to the questions asked by the student researching this topic. This hypothetical interview, therefore, offers a template that the student can use when writing his/her own paper based on the interview data that the student will collect when conducting his/her interview. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Incentive and Retention for Special Education Teachers

    A 3 page proposal for an incentive plan for special education teachers. The local school district has made available $10,000 annually for three years – a total of $30,000 – to be used in attracting and retaining ten additional special education teachers. The purpose here is to devise a plan for using those funds with two leading goals: cause teachers to feel valued and benefit their students. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • NCLB Act and Requirements for Special Education Teachers

    16 pages. The 'No Child Left Behind' (NCLB) Educational Act that President Bush has signed into being assures new guidelines causing teachers and schools to be more accountable for the education received by every child, especially those in the lower-performing schools. This paper examines the ramifications of this tough new law and how urban schools can help provide special education students a qualified teacher in every classroom. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • 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.

  • TESOL Educator Effectiveness

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  • Language and Teaching

    A 5 page research paper draws on education literature in order to discuss teaching and learning within the framework of the typical tasks in a teacher's workday, i.e., lesson planning, preparing materials of instruction, classroom management, discipline, and lesson delivery, with a particular emphasis on the difficulties inherent in ESL instruction. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • 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.

  • Teaching Cooperation in the Competitive Educational Environment

    This 3 page paper considers the problems presented in the multicultural classroom when some cultures are more competitive than the others. The author suggests integrating students in small groups as well as approaching sometimes grouping them in culturally monogamous groups and using SIOP. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • English Language Teaching Methods Critically Compared

    6 pages in length. Understanding the inherent difference between and among teaching methods equates to a system that reaches all types of learners. Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to those who speak another native tongue has long been a challenge for Australia's educational system, all too often fraught with application struggles that ultimately compromise the end result for the individual trying to learn the new and very complicated language. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • 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.

  • Students with Attention Deficit Disorder and Educational Strategies

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of potential strategies for teaching children with ADHD. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Teaching Strategies and Dyslexia

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  • Visually Impaired and the Use of Assistive Technology

    This is a 10 page paper that considers the effect of information technology on the lives of the visually impaired. It lists many of the software and hardware alternatives available and cites a few of the most productive and reliable. It briefly looks at adaptations made specific to the academic and employment settings and concludes with an overview. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Autistic Students

    This 14 page research paper investigates the developmental disorder, autism. Autism is a disorder that appears in infancy and continues throughout the victim's life. Topics include: the characteristics of the autistic child and student; etiology; diagnostic process; and treatment programs. Research studies are reported as is the federal law that mandates the right to an education. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Parent's Rights and Home Schooling

    This 10-page-paper presents an in-depth look at the home schooling movement in America. it opens with a discussion about the history of home schooling and the reasons parents choose to do it. Throughout the paper the legal and moral aspects of home schooling are examined and the conclusion outlines the ideal educational setting for children. Bibliography lists eight sources.

  • Overview of Teenage Marriages

    This 5 page paper considers the fact that fifty percent of teen marriages fail. It also asks the question if we have stopped being a marriage culture, and suggests solutions. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • English Language Only and American Society?

    3 pages in length. The writer discusses why America should incorporate a better bilingual system into society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • ABE Programs and Resistance Problems

    This 12 page analytical review of the current literature reflects the problem of resistance in adult learner populations, especially in adult basic education (ABE) programs. This paper considers the basic views that have been outlined in the current literature and defines the importance of existing perspectives as a means of determining ways of addressing the problem of resistance. Bibliography lists 25 sources.

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