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A group of 2nd grade teachers are asked to design an intervention plan for those students who are deficient in one or more areas of reading skills. One of the teachers, Mrs.Sivart, chooses a plan that allows the students to rotate from one teacher to another, remediating one reading skill with each teacher. This will allow teachers to work closely with each student and set up individual study plans depending on students’ previous knowledge. When students have mastered all deficient skills, they won’t need to attend the sessions any longer.
A principle for developing this plan is that:
Four year old Matilda is having a tea party with her mother and grandmother. After pouring all the tea from the teapot into three parts, Matilda states that there is now more tea than before. How would her mother, who is a teacher, best interpret this incident?
When students are in middle school, they require more autonomy. Which of the following satisfies this need?
Martin accepted a seventh grade position for his first year teaching assignment. He learned a lot about cognitive development in his teacher education program and knows that these students likely operate between concrete and formal operational thought. What should be the best instructional approach for him to follow to accommodate learning?
What is the main advantage of using hands-on activities to teach content areas in elementary schools?
During the 0-2 yrs. sensorimotor stage, infants and toddlers acquire object permanence (things continue to exist even when no longer present to the sense).