If you have no experience teaching, then more times may be required. Apprenticeship means that you taught TIME-MODULE INTENSIVE READING PROGRAM classes ...
Author: Ross Graham
This is the first speed-reading course ever accredited by the University of Paris. All general content developed in the Paris lectures and exercises are included herein. This system has been taught successfully to students and professionals in America, Europe, and has had great success in Japan. It represents a systematic attrition of bad reading habits through exercising good reading habits.
He has published Time-Module Intensive Reading Program, a speed-reading course that focuses on building speed in comprehension. Michal Jacovi is a research ...
Author: Ramesh Subramanian
Publisher: IGI Global
Peer to Peer Computing: The Evolution of a Disruptive Technology takes a holistic approach to the affects P2P Computing has on a number a disciplines. Some of those areas covered within this book include grid computing, web services, bioinformatics, security, finance and economics, collaboration, and legal issues. Unique in its approach, Peer to Peer Computing includes current articles from academics as well as IT practitioners and consultants from around the world. As a result, the book strikes a balance for many readers. Neither too technical or too managerial, Peer to Peer Computing appeals to the needs of both researchers and practitioners who are trying to gain a more thorough understanding of current P2P technologies and their emerging ramifications.
If I need training to implement this practice or program, how much time will it ... OVERVIEW OF EVIDENCE‐BASED INTENSIVE LITERACY PRACTICES AT THE SECONDARY ...
Author: Jade Wexler
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Too many adolescent learners still struggle with reading. This much-needed guide shows how to support teachers in providing effective literacy instruction in the content areas, which can be intensified as needed within a multi-tiered framework. Adaptive Intervention Model (AIM) Coaching was created for grades 6–8, but is equally applicable in high school. The book gives instructional coaches an accessible blueprint for evaluating, developing, and reinforcing each teacher's capacity to implement evidence-based literacy practices. User-friendly features include case studies, end-of chapter reflection questions and key terms, and reproducible tools. Purchasers get access to a companion website where they can download and print the reproducible materials--plus supplemental lesson plans and other resources--in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.
... intensive , vocational readingoriented program for Adult Basic Education ... By using nontraditional media and materials , the individualized modules ...
Author: Clarence Walter Mangham
Category: College teaching
Volume one is the first of a series of historical documents designed to provide information on instructional improvement projects that have received grants and loans from the California Community College Fund for Instructional Improvement.
the Author, faculty and students clearly saw the relevance of the module and responded accordingly. Based on positive comments from faculty and students, ...
Author: Alice Daugherty
Publisher: Assoc of Cllge & Rsrch Libr
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
From the Introduction: This book will be useful to those just now contemplating an online program for their institution. The examples included in this book provide the practical food for thought that should precede and stoke strategic planning. For further information on a particular program, the authors have generously included their e-mail addresses with their biographical information. We hope the programs described in this book provide some modicum of inspiration and guidance as you travel into the realm of online information literacy instruction.
Out-of-school learning was followed by intensive activity back at school. Learning on-the-job between modules was given sufficient time for principals to ...
Author: Neil Dempster
This book focuses on what school leaders need to know and understand about leadership for learning, and for learning to read in particular. It brings together theory, research and practice on leadership for literacy. The book reports on the findings from six studies that followed school principals from their involvement in a professional learning program consisting of five modules on leadership and the teaching of reading, to implementation action in their schools. It describes how they applied a range of strategies to create leadership partnerships with their teachers, pursuing eight related dimensions from a Leadership for Learning framework or blueprint. The early chapters of the book feature the use of practical tools as a focus for leadership activity. These chapters consider, for example, how principals and teachers can develop deeper understandings of their schools’ contexts; how professional discussions can be conducted with a process called ‘disciplined dialogue’; and how principals might encourage approaches to shared leadership with their teachers. The overall findings presented in this book emphasise five positive positions on leadership for learning to read: the importance of an agreed moral purpose; sharing leadership for improvement; understanding what learning to read involves; implementing and evaluating reading interventions; and recognising the need for support for leaders’ learning on-the-job.
way to decide how much time you need to prepare for your Board examination ... and modules in clusters that emphasize differentiation ( C ) Read your study ...
Author: Debabrata Mukherjee
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This user-friendly review question book is geared to interventional cardiology board candidates either for initial certification or recertification. It contains 900 questions in the same proportion as the actual exam to ensure highly targeted, high-yield preparation. Answers with brief explanations and references are included. Indications for particular procedures—a major focus of the board exam—are integrated throughout the text, particularly in the context of ACC/AHA guidelines. More than 250 angiograms and other illustrations reinforce key concepts. Separate chapters cover ACC/AHA guidelines for percutaneous coronary intervention, chronic stable angina, acute coronary syndromes, and ST-elevation myocardial infarction. A chapter on test-taking is also included.
Author: Pouneh Shabani-JadidiPublish On: 2020-07-16
texts, while in the latter students carefully read short texts and ... Clearly any L2 reading programs in Persian need to incorporate both intensive and ...
Author: Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi
Category: Foreign Language Study
The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy of Persian offers a detailed overview of the field of Persian second language acquisition and pedagogy. The Handbook discusses its development and captures critical accounts of cutting edge research within the major subfields of Persian second language acquisition and pedagogy, as well as current debates and problems, and goes on to suggest productive lines of future research. The book is divided into the following four parts: I) Theory-driven research on second language acquisition of Persian, II) Language skills in second language acquisition of Persian, III) Classroom research in second language acquisition and pedagogy of Persian, and IV) Social aspects of second language acquisition and pedagogy of Persian. The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy of Persian is an essential reference for scholars and students of Persian SLA and pedagogy as well as those researching in related areas.
The primary objective of the program is to train at-risk children ... book reading time, computer time, 1:1 time with teacher) are given for extended ...
Author: Anthony F. Rotatori
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Examines real life reflections on Autism Spectrum Disorders, the practices and issues related to assessing, instructing and life-long planning for individuals with autism. This book provides information on identification, characteristics, diagnosis; special, general, early and post-secondary education; and quality of life concerns.
In order to verify real-time system kernel and performance of the algorithm, ... module of the system will call corresponding errors processing program.
Author: Leonard Barolli
This book provides a platform of scientific interaction between the three challenging and closely linked areas of ICT-enabled-application research and development: software intensive systems, complex systems and intelligent systems. Software intensive systems strongly interact with other systems, sensors, actuators, devices, other software systems and users. More and more domains are using software intensive systems, e.g. automotive and telecommunication systems, embedded systems in general, industrial automation systems and business applications. Moreover, web services offer a new platform for enabling software intensive systems. Complex systems research is focused on the overall understanding of systems rather than their components. Complex systems are characterized by the changing environments in which they interact. They evolve and adapt through internal and external dynamic interactions. The development of intelligent systems and agents, which are increasingly characterized by their use of ontologies and their logical foundations, offer impulses for both software intensive systems and complex systems. Recent research in the field of intelligent systems, robotics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and cognitive sciences are vital for the future development and innovation of software intensive and complex systems.
The elapsed time may be read at any point by a user program . ... percentage of execution time spent in each program module , including time spent in Nodal ...
Author: T. W. Crockett
The Finite Element Machine is an experimental parallel computer developed at Langley Research Center to investigate the application of concurrent processing to structural engineering analysis. This report describes system-level software which has been developed to facilitate use of the machine by applications researchers. The overall software design is outlined, and several important parallel processing issues are discussed in detail, including processor management, communication, synchronization, and input/output. Based on experience using the system, the hardware architecture and software design are critiqued, and areas for further work are suggested.
MOSAIC program faculty report positively on the potential of this model of ... In almost all schools, the time to deliver and support PD is limited.
Author: Barbara Foorman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This special issue is a "how to" on overcoming the many systems-level challenges in K–12 public education to implement effective reading interventions for the vast numbers of students reading below grade level. It emphasizes building researcher–practitioner partnerships, providing ongoing professional development for teachers, and removing institutional barriers to change as the keys to effective reading intervention. Interventions for the upper grades focus on the challenges of coaxing content-area teachers to learn new routines for building background knowledge, teaching academic vocabulary, and conducting discussions to foster critical reading and knowledge application. In the primary grades, interventions follow a multi-tiered system of support where enhanced classroom instruction is supported by small-group intervention for struggling readers. The volume also discusses the importance of training special educators to implement data-based individuation. This is the 154th volume in this Jossey-Bass series New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development. Its mission is to provide scientific and scholarly presentations on cutting edge issues and concepts in this subject area. Each volume focuses on a specific new direction or research topic and is edited by experts from that field.