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Teaching Essay Examples

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A Review of Spectrum Teaching Styles Employed at the Elementary Level
The research topic that I chose is based on a program that was introduced by Muska Mosston and Sarah Ashworth. The program is named The Spectrum of Teaching Styles. The program was created with physical education in mind. Mosston believed that physical education is important in a sense that it offered physical, cognitive...
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The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Common Piano Teaching Methods
PIANO TEACHING METHOD There is lots of piano teaching method and each one has its strengths and weaknesses. Now, I am going to inform you about the most common three methods for children – Alfred, Suzuki, Amadeus. First of all, the Alfred method uses visual things such as colored pictures and graphics – using software, c...
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Critical Reflection on Education and Literacy
The pressure of high-stakes testing and other standardized assessment
measures dominates schools around the United States, and my school is no
exception. This pressure pervades the atmosphere where I teach, which is
especially apparent when the special education teachers gather for
department meetings. At our department mee...
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2 pages
An Approach for Successfully Meeting Both the Teaching Requirements and Student's Needs
A few words, a smile, a nod of understanding. That’s all it takes to show students we care… to inspire…to change some students’ writing lives.” (Anderson 2000). Three months ago, I would have said this statement was a nice sentiment, full of warm fuzzy fluff, but not practical for a real world classroom. However, after my...
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Key Aspects and Codes Of Practing As A Teacher
1.1 Summarize the key aspects of legislation, regulatory, requirement
and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities as a
teacher. A teacher is always a peacemaker and an example for the students,
particularly for the society. I must not discriminate or abuse students
(physical or mentally). I have to resp...
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7 pages
An Observation Record on the Elements of Teaching
So you want to be come a teacher. You have probably had this desire for a long time, If someone shold ask you why, are you perpared to answer? Many reason are offered, the most frequent being: "I would like working with children", or " i get along well with the children." If that's your reason, it's a ve...
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A Comparison of The "On-line" And "Traditional" Teaching
Human beings, as an outcome of centuries of evolution, developed sciences and technology in order to improve their living conditions. Technology nowadays affects almost every aspect of life and lately tends to "expand" within the educational field through on-line programs; the above though arouses controversy over...
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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
Introduction To say that all teachers have different teaching styles and approach their classrooms differently is no surprise. Teaching can be called a science and an art form. It is understood that effective teachers facilitate students' learning by providing highly engaging learning experiences, which are both motivat...
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Three Ways of Trying to Teach Your Dog to Fetch
Once I tried to teach my dog how to fetch. At first she would not go after the ball, but in about 2 months she got it down. Next time I would pay a trainer and have them teach her how to fetch. I would use treats next time to get her more interested. I would also have her at a place where she wouldnt get distracted. I cou...
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A Personal Narrative on the Motives for Choosing a Teaching Career
My Name is Eric Williams and I am a 20 year student from Jacksonville Florida, who attends Florida A&M University. I mainly want to become a teacher because I want to be a positive role model in the black community, and I also enjoy communicating and interacting with other people such as the students that I will come in...
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A Discussion on the Orff Methodology
Although resources are not the most important part of education, there are several components that help to develop an environment in which music flourishes. Like any other classroom, a music classroom should be equipped with basics such as a chalkboard and desks. The best chalkboards include sections that are lined with the...
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A Comparison of American and Chinese Styles of Teaching
According to an article by Howard Gardner, there are two different ways in which American and Chinese children learn. Gardner says that Chinese children are taught using a more hands on method than American children, who he says are taught by experimenting. After reading this article, I began to think back upon the differen...
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Understanding the Concept of Zen Teaching
This aspect of Zen teaching, the existence of the positive in the negative is difficult for many people to comprehend, especially since it is also taught that both the positive and the negative (Yang and Yin) co-exist in interactive interdependency in what is termed the 'Tai Chi' (symbolised by the Yin and Yang aspects...
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The Controversy Surrounding Teaching Morality in the Case of Sex Education
Teaching morality is becoming an increasingly controversial topic in the education system today. There are many aspects of morality that can be taught in schools. One of these aspects is sex education. Many questions arise when it comes to sex education in schools such as when it should begin and how much should be addresse...
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An Analysis of Effective Teaching Methods in American School Systems
Section A – Survey Results  multiple choiceBy asking students about their situation in school, linked to the teaching-style of their teachers, I found out in which way students are influenced by the way their teachers try to submit the knowledge to them.The survey was supposed to indirectly find out how effective the cur...
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A Research on Contextual Teaching and Story Problems
Mathematics poses significant difficulties for elementary school children to understand. This is because the abstract nature of math makes it extremely challenging to explicate to young learners (Van De Walle, Karp, & Bay-Williams, 2010). There numerous teaching tools that can facilitate the teaching of elementary mathe...
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An Outline of Teaching Mathematics at the Seventh Grade Level in the United States
Teaching Seventh Grade Math This essay provides a course outline by answering 11 questions regarding teaching math at the seventh-grade level. Teaching Math I Introduction This paper doesn’t follow our usual format; instead, it answers specific questions regarding teaching math to seventh-graders. In working o...
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A Comparison of Teaching in a City and Teaching in a Rural Area
Teaching in a City Versus Teaching in a Rural Area I grew up in an urban area, studied there for twelve years, and then moved to a big city to pursue my teaching career at a university of education. That day, before going to the school, I promised to myself and to my parents that I would return and bring the light of...
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The Struggles of Teaching Teens in Today's Society
Teaching Teens - a failure or an impossibility? In today's society, teenagers lack the concentration necessary as a student. Phone calls are often made home to parents informing them that their child has skipped class again. Teens are growing up and trying to be more independent. They are becoming more active than before an...
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The Issues of Teaching Darwinism in Schools
Should Darwinism Be Taught In Schools? Whether or not we should allow the Darwinism Theory of evolution to be taught in schools is a controversial issue that has affected the United States since the late 1800 s. Teaching evolution in the public schools most likely will remain a contentious battle between scientists and ce...
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A Look at My Interest in the Career of Teaching and Its Different Groups
The Career I m Interested In. Teaching is an important profession. We will always need teachers. (Waln) This is why I am interested in the career of secondary education. To be there to teach the upcoming generations and those that will be following behind us. It is important that we continue to teach the children so that...
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True Meaning of Being a Teacher
In my opinion everyone is in fact a teacher in his or her own right. A teacher is anyone that teaches another an important lesson, a person that shapes another’s life. A teacher is someone who helps a person to get on the right path, who is there to lead them in making the best decisions for themselves. Teaching goes one...
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The Cause and Effect in the Teaching Methods in School
Cause and Effect The mission of public schooling is to offer every child full and equal educational opportunity, regardless of the background, education, and income of his/her parent(s). To achieve this goal, no time is as precious or as fleeting as the first years of formal schooling. Research consistently shows that chi...
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The Importance of Teaching Children about Homosexuality
Teaching sex education in public schools alone has become a very controversial subject with some parents and other community members. So one can only imagine the reaction to teaching about homosexual lifestyles as part of the sex education program. There are basically two different views on the subject of homosexuality. Som...
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An Overview of the Christian Belief in the Sanctity of Life
The Christian belief in the sanctity of life is based on the teachings of famous Christians and on what they read in the bible, the teachings of Jesus. A quote from the bible which seems to support the view that abortion is wrong is from Psalm 139:13, verses 15-16, “You created every part of me; You put me together in...
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