Creating a positive and safe classroom environment can play a huge role in preventing behavior issues. Studies have shown that student learning and positive behavior is enhanced in warm and supportive settings where students feel safe, cared for, respected, and encouraged.  Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:  What does a … Read more

Philosophy of Curriculum

 Develop a concise statement of your beliefs about curriculum, teaching and learning that you might use as an evolving guide in your career in education that includes a selective reference section with key references that you relate to in connection with your personal beliefs (e.g., can be select references from this course and throughout your … Read more

Developing research proposals

Topic is The effects of Poverty in early childhood development. To prepare for writing the research proposal, identify a topic of personal and professional interest that is relevant to the early childhood field. Conduct an initial review of the literature and narrow your topic by discussing it with Faculty, colleagues, or fellow students. (The topic … Read more


 a reflection of at least 500 words on how the knowledge, skills, or concepts of the course ( LEAS833 – M40 Higher Edu in America ) have been applied, or could be applied, in a practical manner to your current work environment. You may also reflect on a previous or potential employment setting where these course concepts … Read more

Discussion Question

Discussion Question: Must be at least 300 words What are key words and phrases you hear the Alpha Dogs in your organization say often? Examine these words and phrases by connecting them to your readings. Discussion Question: Must be at least 300 words.  What are some potential pitfalls of the alpha dog mentality? Provide citations … Read more


   5.1 Your Guiding Light: People commonly look to a particular religion, higher power, or philosophy to guide their life and to keep them living within healthy boundaries. How well are you following what you feel is your guide or walking your talk? Why is that the case? How does that affect you personally and … Read more

Speaking in Tongues

You must watch the video first and then answer questions on the documentation. Your answers to the questions should be approximately two pages typed, and double-spaced. Please provide specific examples from the film. Click on link to access video and follow the steps below: https://www.kanopy.com/signup?destination=node%2F53912 Step 1: Click FIND YOUR UNIVERSITY Step 2: Type UNIVERSITY OF … Read more

5435 final discussion

  “Physical disabilities” is a term used to refer to impairments that interfere with a person’s mobility, coordination, communication, learning, or personal adjustment. This chapter discusses a representative sample of disabling physical conditions, including cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, and muscular dystrophy.