Distance Education Programme (DEP)is a major intervention in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA) focusing on “strengthening training through distance learning’. SSA calls for the training of a large no. of teachers and other personnel to bring out qualitative improvement in elementary education. As face-to-face approach or the cascade model would be inadequate to carry out the enormous task of training and recurrent training of those associated with elementary.
Throughout the world, members of the education research community have
long decried the lack of attention to research and scholarship that is evident in most
education policies promulgated by state, provincial, and national legislatures. The
Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 2001 (ESEA 2001), which was
recently signed into law in the United States, is an interesting case to consider in
Transcriber's Note: I have tried to make this the most accurate text possible but I am sure that there are still mistakes. I would like to dedicate this etext to my mother who was a elementary school teacher for more years than I can remember. Thanks. David Reed
Contents Chapter One: Education as a Necessity of Life Summary. It is the very nature of life to strive to continue in being. Chapter Two: Education as a Social Function Summary. The development within the young of the attitudes Chapter Three: Education as Direction Summary. The natural or native impulses of the...
Examines whether teacher licensure test scores and other teacher attributes affect elementary student achievement. Teacher quality is a key element of student academic success, but little is known about how specific teacher characteristics influence classroom outcomes.
Summary of doctoral dissertation on education: Life skills education for ethnic minority elementary school pupils in Northern mountainous regions of Viet Nam purpose the project is to suggest solutions in the life skills education for ethnic minority elementary pupils in Northern mountainous regions through teaching Nature and Society, and Science subjects to stimulate the pupils in initiative learning, improvement of life skills and education quality of life skills through these subjects.
The current study extends recent value-added modeling approaches for longitudinal student achievement data Lockwood et al. [J. Educ. Behav. Statist. 32 (2007) 125–150] to allow data to be missing not at random via random effects selection and pattern mixture models, and applies those methods to data from a large urban school district to estimate effects of elementary school mathematics teachers.
The line between depressive and anxiety disorders in perinatal as well as general
populations is often blurred; when the EPDS has been factor-analyzed, although there are
separate factors corresponding to depression and anxiety, several items have moderate
loadings on both factors (Swalm, et al., 2010). Some services refer to antenatal or postnatal
“distress” rather than attempt to differentiate depression from anxiety, and often women
report a mix of anxious and depressed symptoms.
Although most of the research and clinical attention has been on unipolar depression among
antenatal and postnatal women, there is evidence that women with bipolar disorders are at
increased risk of postnatal psychosis, and women who have depressive symptoms should
be screened for bipolar disorder and monitored for elevated mood. However, there is no
consensus on the most effective screening method, with a variety of possible tools but no
one well validated in antenatal women (Chessick & Dimidjian, 2010)....
Of tlie stndy of elementary chemistry in schools is to educate
the mind by giving it the right kind of exercise in tlie use of
I have therefore tried to make a, judicious selection of the
most fundamental facts and principles of chemistry, and to
present these in such a way tliat the student must constantly
use his senses to discover facts, his reason in drawing correct
inferences from the data he collects, and good English in expressing
accurately what he sees and thinks.
The purpose of this book is to present a basic yet comprehensive
treatment of assessment methods for use by health professions educators.
While there are many excellent textbooks in psychometric theory
and its application to large-scale standardized testing programs and
many educational measurement and assessment books designed for
elementary and secondary teachers and graduate students in education
and psychology, none of these books is entirely appropriate for
the specialized educational and assessment requirements of the health
HOUSEHOLE EDUCATION AND EARNINGS: EVIDENCE FROM RURAL PERU The first panel of Table 1.6 presents estimates using the composite test scores that
students earned during the original wave of the NELS, when they were in 8th grade. (I
continue to use the secondary choice index in this analysis; it correlates 0.98 with an
The M.Ed. program offers graduate licensure in elementary education (K-6), gifted
education (K-12), and special education (K-12). In the M.Ed. program, students hone
skills for implementing appropriate instruction and differentiating curriculum for special
needs students while deepening their understanding of the different content areas.
Though skill development is an important aspect of the program, empowering teachers
to make professionally mature decisions and developing collaborative leadership and
research expertise are also emphasized. The M.Ed.
In May of 2000, I graduated with an undergraduate degree in elementary
education and a minor in English as a Second Language. My first teaching position was
in a rural school district. I taught fourth through eighth grade bilingual classes, two
sections of seventh and eighth grade Spanish, and worked with several at-risk students.
Frustrated by the educational gains these students made, and the lack of respect for
bilingual education, I applied and was hired for my current fourth grade position in a
neighboring school district.
Teachers with elementary school credentials had slightly better success in the classroom than did teachers with secondary school credentials. (JEL: J44, J45, H0, H75, I21) (Keywords: Teacher quality, teacher licensure, student achievement, middle school, twolevel fixed effects, education production function)
Recognizing that financial considerations are not the only ones that are relevant in the decisions that must be made to close schools, Superintendent Mark Roosevelt appointed a committee to consider how to realign schools in a way that would not only save resources, but also better serve the academic needs of students across Pittsburgh. Closing schools can have substantial impacts on students, families, and neighborhoods.
The purposes of this research paper is to study argument basis by the way approaching the work of developing human resources and the group of ethnic 2 minority elementary teacher development, by that creating reasons to propose a number of possible solutions on developing the group of ethnic minority elementary teachers in the North-West region in order to meet the demand of education and training innovation.
In 1994-95 the national coordinator was addressed by a national teachers’ association with the
request to develop a model programme for kindergartens which represent an independent
educational institution within the Czech educational system. The model programme was meant to
become a practical tool for kindergartens that would help them structure their own projects. At that
time, elementary schools had no health promoting school model programme.
Schools reported the manner in which their nutrition education efforts
are coordinated by a person or group. The majority of public schools
(61 percent) have no nutrition education coordination, meaning each
teacher is responsible for his or her nutrition lessons (table 6). About
9 percent of the schools have one person within the school
coordinating nutrition education; 24 percent coordinate using a group
or committee; and about 6 percent have someone outside the school,
for example from the district, coordinate nutrition education.
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I. Read the following passage taken from Microsoft Encarta 2009, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 1 to 10. Schools in the United States have not always had a large number of libraries. As (1)______ as 1958 about half of the public schools in the United States had no libraries at all. The (2)______ of public school libraries increased dramatically when the federal government passed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, (3)______ provided funds for school districts to improve their...