If we say hitting is the target behavior do we mean punching, slapping, head butting, or kicking?

Frequency observations

If we say hitting is the target behavior do we mean punching, slapping, head butting, or kicking?

If the target behavior is temper tampers do we mean only those that the student is on the floor?

If ontask behavior is the target do we mean looking at the teacher, looking at other students that are on topic, looking at the book being read, writing, etc.?

If speaking out in class is the target do we include times student is on subject without being called on or only times student is talking off subject?

How well does the study meet each of the 9 evaluation criteria listed in chapter 8, page 251? Explain your conclusions. Be sure to link your response to the article using annotations.

Discussion Post 4

Answer the following questions (about 150 words for each question) in your own words, linking your responses to relevant sections of the research article.

Question 1:

How well does the study meet each of the 9 evaluation criteria listed in chapter 8, page 251? Explain your conclusions. Be sure to link your response to the article using annotations.

Question 2:

If you were to change something to improve the study, what would that be and why? How would you implement the change?

Question 3:

What take away points are important from this article? How can we translate this research to practice? How might it apply to your own learning?

 What kinds of measures and procedures were used to collect the data in this study? Were they appropriately aligned to the purpose of the study? Did the authors provide evidence of validity and reliability of the measures, and if so, what kinds of evidence? Was bias potentially introduced into the study (e.g. instrumentation bias, response bias, or researcher bias)?

Discussion Post 2

Questions:

 Evaluate the sample: How did the authors select the sample for this study (what sampling design was used or inferred), and from what population did they draw the sample? Was their sample appropriate and sufficient for the research design that the authors used? Was there potentially sampling bias, and if so, what kind? Does the sample reasonably represent the population? What sample and population information is missing that would help the reader discern the appropriateness of the sample?

What kinds of measures and procedures were used to collect the data in this study? Were they appropriately aligned to the purpose of the study? Did the authors provide evidence of validity and reliability of the measures, and if so, what kinds of evidence? Was bias potentially introduced into the study (e.g. instrumentation bias, response bias, or researcher bias)? How might authors have strengthened the study by improving the measures and procedures?

Were the interpretations of study findings reasonable, clear, and meaningful? What conclusions did the authors draw, and were they appropriate given the correlational design, sampling, measurement, and potential bias in the study?

If you could redesign this study, what three changes would you make the improve the study?

How did you evaluate your project, what was its outcome; also evaluation how you led your project – what did you do well, what could you have done better and what will you do differently leading your next change project?

Evaluating the impact of the B.A.S.I.C. Coaching model in promoting leadership development among senior leaders within an educational setting.

How did you evaluate your project, what was its outcome; also evaluation how you led your project – what did you do well, what could you have done better and what will you do differently leading your next change project?

 Explain a learning activity to prepare students for field trip that would support science, social studies, and cross-content learning for young children.

Field Trip Prep

Include the following in your presentation:

Explain the location, curricular focus of the field trip, and the classroom connection to support the learning.

State the science and social studies standards and objectives for the field trip.

Explain a learning activity to prepare students for field trip that would support science, social studies, and cross-content learning for young children.

Describe an activity that students will complete with their parents upon returning from the field trip. The activity must include technological resources that promotes the academic growth and development of the students .

What time do you take the pain medication (Clarified to When did you take the last dose of pain medication?.)

Health Assessment

What is the dosage (Clarified to What is the dose of your pain medication?.)

What time do you take the pain medication (Clarified to When did you take the last dose of pain medication?.)

Can you tell me about your sleep habits?

How many hours do you sleep every night

Does symptom interfere with your usual daily activities? (Clarified to Has the pain affected your usual activities?.)

Did Biloxi Follow Its Own Policy in Banning “To Kill a Mockingbird”?Discuss

Case Study Assignment: Biloxi Bans “To Kill a Mockingbird”

Read the following: (In Files)

1. Biloxi School District Pulls “To Kill a Mockingbird” From Eighth Grade Lesson Plan.

2. ACLU of Mississippi Defends Freedom to Read “To Kill a Mockingbird” After School Ban.

3. Did Biloxi Follow Its Own Policy in Banning “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

4. Section 21.14: Challenges to Instructional Materials and/or Library/Media Resources, Instructional Leadership Handbook, from the UASA website.

5. Locate your school policy and guidelines for challenges to instructional materials and/or library/media resources.

Given the situation described in the Biloxi school district scenario, develop a clearly articulated paper detailing how you would apply your school policy for the review of materials to the same scenario if it occurred at your school.

Explain why Pickles Will Kill You misleading. Then, look in the newspaper, source internet data, tv, etc. to find an example of the misunderstanding of correlation and causality. explain how your example could mislead.

Watch this video first: https://youtu.be/6RzDMEW5omc

Explain why Pickles Will Kill You misleading. Then, look in the newspaper, source internet data, tv, etc. to find an example of the misunderstanding of correlation and causality. explain how your example could mislead.