I am applying to a Master’s of Education Program in Policy and Leadership Studies. My professional goal is to build a financial education start-up providing financial literacy education to low-income students. Please re-write my 1-page admission essay (see attachment). Making it more coherent. Paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 should have a stronger connection. Deadline: Must be turned in by 11:59PM EST Tonight 1/7/21.
I am applying to a Master’s of Education Program in Policy and Leadership Studies. My professional goal is to build a financial education start-up providing financial literacy education to low-income students. Please edit my 1-page admission essay (see attachment). Making it more coherent. Paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 should have a stronger connection.
The gap between theory and practice is not tangible or identifiable; it is a “metaphorical void which is felt or experienced” (Greenway et al., 2019). While theory and practice go hand-in-hand, informing and relying on each other, part of the gap, or problem, is a point between the two where teachers believe theory becomes incomprehensible “jargon” that has nothing to do with their everyday problems and concerns. Although academics see the value and need for theory (Higgs, 2013), theory, and the application of the theory, need to be linked to practice and presented in a way that teachers can understand (Hughes, 2006). The gap between theory and practice starts forming when teachers struggle to connect what they learned in school or read as theory and what they experience in the classroom (Higgs, 2013; Roth et al., 2014). Explore the notion of this gap between theory and practice in the field of education (e.g. educational studies vs reality and experience for teachers.) Speak to: · The purpose of higher education/ a degree (does a degree = theory only? Is there a practical aspect?), is the purpose of a degree to prepare students for a job? (refering to Dewey, Bruner, Freire, and bell hooks, among others) · Is there a way to minimize the gap between theory and practice? Or will it always be present? Do students feel prepared/ready when they leave university? Will students ever feel “prepared”? · Do students know how to/can students apply theory in practical ways? Can they make the transition from learning a theory and putting it into practice? (e.g. understanding critical pedagogy or trauma-informed pedagogy and implementing it into a classroom) · POSSIBLY (?) Faculty/courses in educational studies – are some focused solely on theoretical aspects? Or practical aspects? What is the importance of either/both? Is one more valid?
As a leader in the field of education, you must constantly review program goals and initiatives, collect and analyze program-specific data, and refine strategies for the continuation of your programs to affect educational change. Thus far, you have honed some of these skills in your hypothetical role as a member of Mayor Keller’s task force in Grand City. You now have the opportunity to apply these skills to designing a program evaluation for your own educational setting. How will you approach understanding what you want to evaluate and enact data-informed change?
For this Assignment, you will develop Parts 1 and 2 of your Course Project. In Part 1: The Program, you will analyze a program in your specialization that is in need of evaluation and change; and in Part 2: Evaluation Tool Planning, you will outline an evaluation tool for the process.
CW1 Strategic Business Impact, A report on MELIN ENTERTAINMENTS. Please consider all the ‘LO’S’ (Learning Outcomes). 2500 words and Harvard style referencing. The first file is Cw1 Guidance Notes please follow this very very careful as it is a very detailed piece of work, please work on every aspect of the Guidance Notes. Please don’t forget the conclusion and please also add the Pest model. The second file is the actual Assignment Brief please follow this carefully.
You are asked to create a presentation that utilises an oral resource (e.g. a spoken poem, a music video, a short film, performance poetry etc) to initiate a critical discussion. The intended audience are grade 6, Vietnamese learners aged 11 – 12. The students attend an International School and are English language learners. I teach them English and Social Studies/Geography. You have to adopt a theoretical framework that underpins what you do – for example, the Socratic elements that underpin Paideia, or a social constructivist approach which would be present in a dialogic classroom. A PowerPoint, should be used with the first slide introducing the resource that will prompt discussion, and provide a link to the oral resource, or embed it into the presentation. The rest of your slides should make clear how the activity is structured to give opportunities for discussion. This might include your chosen activities, appropriate questions that would encourage participation and engagement, and potential outcomes. We would expect the presentation to include between 5 to 7 slides, with the final slide outlining your reference list. You could choose to use the ‘Notes’ section of the slides to further clarify your points, or to provide additional information. Importantly, remember, you need to draw on literature to underpin and support your argument.
Recruitment Material For A Research Study Most of this information do not require a full page Topic: Developing A High School Dropout Prevention Program For At-Risk Students In Southwest Texas Recruitment Material Must Include Make sure there is a Heading at the top of each recruitment material Letter Format To: John Doe Jordan High School 111-Longview Dr. Date:1-12-1111 Subject: Permission to conduct research Mr.John Doe Start letter 1.Letter seeking permission to conduct research: Address the letter as John Doe. Introduce yourself. 2 Purpose of the study 4.Title .Address how long the activity will take; 30 mins r 3,privacy of participant 4.Target participant 5.What time 6.what instrument will be used.7.Name of school: Capella 9. List the activities: example :survey ,interview questions 8. complete survey on school ground 9.All of this information goes in this letter add more if needed 2.Strategies for Protecting privacy during the study and confidentuality of data : Heading at the top of this page 3. Brief exploration of study procedures : Heading at the top of this page 4..Purpose of the study:Heading at the top of this page Exclusion criteria used to determine eligibility for the study: heading at the top of this page Risk: Heading at the top of this page Instruments 7. , Survey : Heading at the top of this page questions : 25-to 50 questions: Heading at the top of this page The instrument should be Survey and Interview Questions: Interview question should about 25 question or more The letter formatt should look like this To: John Doe Jordan High School 333 Loneview Dr. Subject: Permission to conduct research Doe. Start Letter
Please write Chapter 4 Results. I have provided the data spreadsheet, there needs to be a correlation ran to determine if the number of hours a student spends in virtual school is correlated to their summative (final) reading score. In addition, is there a correlation to the number of hours a learning coach (lc) spends and a student’s summative (final) reading score. To pass a student must score 3 or 4. Please perform a multiple linear regression and a Pearson Correlation with the data. The Methodology to the study is found on page 33. These are the 4 research questions that we are trying to answer: 1: Is there a significant positive correlation between the number of learning coach hours spent with students and their summative performance in reading? 2: Is there a significant positive correlation between the amount of time students spent in the learning management system and their summative performance in reading? 3: Does a predictive relationship exist between the number of hours spent with a learning coach and students’ summative performance is reading? 4: Is there a relationship between the amount of time that a student spends in the learning management system and their summative performance in reading?
Assessment Description A major component of being a teacher is the collaboration with the other teachers in your grade level to share ideas, resources, and learning activities in order to enhance instruction and meet the diverse needs of students. For this assignment, create a 7-10 slide digital presentation professional development, for your peers, highlighting two forms of technology that can be used to enhance math instruction. Include a title slide, reference slide, and presenter’s notes. For each form of technology, include the following components: • A detailed description and how the technology works to engage students and enhance math instruction • A rationale for the benefits of using the technological tools to facilitate the creation or transfer of knowledge and skills • The safety precautions including the safe, legal, and ethical use of technology both at home and at school. • Description of how each form of technology can be used to support collaboration with families, students, and school personnel. • Description of how each form of technology engages students in collaboration with others in face-to-face or virtual environments Support your findings with a minimum of three scholarly resources. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
5 paragraph paper describing professional goals, academic and research interests. 1) bio- intro of myself: fall 2021 graduate from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor of general studies under the college of liberal arts and sciences. completed program with a 3.4 gpa. prior to NIU enrollment graduated from prairie state college in spring of 2020 with an associates in general studies; also i ended the program with a 3.75 gpa and membership in phi theta kappa honor society. Im a wife and mother of two children. product of single parent home that resides on the westside of city of chicago, il ; I was raised by mother. my mother was a high school graduate that advocate that championed for higher education . my mother is sophisticated, strong work ethic, great desire to be an ever learning student. understood the significance of receiving a college education as it could help round you both personally and professionally also she was an employee of juvenile court seeing countless cases of at risk youth succumbing to the challenges of inner city issues and the prison system. I’m also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. I desire to be come an academic advisor, and am willing to start my career at an entry level position to further solidify my professional network and expertise. my desire to step into this role is inspired due to me having a positive exposure of advisors who continuously worked with me and helped me reach my goal of graduating when i felt that my chance to do so was bleak. 2)academic/ technical interests; learn about the intricacies of the administrative operations, gain insight on how to efficiently help students navigate enrollment (academic advising) and streamlining to graduate, learn laws and policies that protect student rights and advance the school/ department, and multicultural awareness . also cultivating conducive collegiate environment through on campus resources and orgs. 3) connect academic and technical interest with future academic/ professional goals; acquire my masters degree and graduate with goals are to work in a college setting initially in an entry level role to gain experience and advance to higher level roles . director of student leadership and development) 4) connect future academic goals to short term and long term goals after graduating within a 5 year range; use gained knowledge from internship and studies to seek career at a non profit four year or junior college and work in an administrative role or academic advisor. with hopes of eventually becoming an associate director of student leadership and development or greek affairs. 5) thanks in anticipation of getting in, praise the program