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Papers On Education Politics
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Reading and Writing for the Autistic Child
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Autism is referred to as pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) and can be found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. It has been found to be a disorder of the central nervous system with an early onset, generally before 30 months of age. Characteristics of the disorder include disturbance in language and cognitive skills, impaired social development, an insistence on sameness and stereotyped body movements. This 5 page paper asserts that the special education teacher has the responsibility to develop and, or, acquire the knowledge, programs and techniques that are geared specifically toward the autistic child and in enabling them to acquire the skills necessary to learn how to read and write. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Reading Curriculum and Teacher Individuality
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This 7 page paper uses a fictitious case, provided by a student, in order to explore the subject of teaching reading and the implications of implementing a set reading program. A specific, sample proposal, is created with the intent of compromising between the teachers' needs for freedom and individuality and the Board's desire to improve reading grades. The ramifications of said policy are explored. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Technology: Its Effects Upon Reading Achievement In Upper Elementary Grades
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10 pages in length. The writer discusses how the technological revolution has helped to pave the way for better reading comprehension and retention for third to fifth grade students. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: TLCread.doc

Parent Involvement: More Power in the Portfolio Process
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A 2 page review of an article addressing the subject of education and assessment. The article examined is 'Parent involvement: more power in the portfolio process,' by Donna J. Weldin and Sandra R. Tumarkin. Article is included. No additional sources cited.
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Parent Teacher Partnerships In A Pre-School Setting
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Parent-teacher partnerships bring a community of adults together to work toward a common goal - helping students succeed. When these partnerships are based on genuine respect and mutual sharing of ideas, a web of support is created to provide students the best opportunity to thrive in school. Teachers are more likely to forge partnerships with parents if they see families as important resources of support and when they welcome and involve caregivers as equal partners. Yet, teachers' perceptions of parents and parent involvement, shaped by culture, history, and schooling practices, can inhibit these home-school linkages This 15 page paper is based on the scenario of a pre-school setting in need of a parent-teacher partnership program. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
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