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What effect does class size have on average students?

What effect does class size have on average students?
A three-year expansion of class sizes in Clark County, Nev., has educators worried about achievement among average students. They say as many as 40% of students will either excel or struggle regardless of class size. For students who fall in the middle, however, overcrowded classes and a lack of one-on-one interaction with teachers can make a difference. Some, however, say that a quality teacher is more important than class size. Las Vegas Sun

 
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Posted by on May 19, 2011 in Education News

 

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Fall 2011 Special Education Practicum

If you plan to take the SPED 6013 Internship (Practicum) in fall 2011, you must submit an application to me by April 1, 2011. You will also be expected to attend the orientation on April 28 (https://asumat.wordpress.com/2011/03/16/mat-practicum-teacher-candidate-mandatory-meeting/). If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Practicum Application

Graduation application

 
 

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MAT Practicum Teacher Candidate Mandatory Meeting.

Applies only if you submitted your practicum &graduation application for fall 2011.

MAT Practicum Teacher Candidate *Mandatory Meeting*

When: Thursday, April 28th, 2011 4:30pm – 6:00pm

Where: University Hall Room 170

Who:  MAT FALL 2011 Practicum Students and ASU Supervisors

Topic: EDTD 6910/SPED 6013 Course Description & Requirements

***Note: You will not be able to register for EDTD 6910, or SPED 6013 until the August 3rd -5th registration dates. You should pre-register for any additional required classes during the regular registration week of April 11th -15th.

 

Agenda:

  1. Sign In – Attendance Sheet – This is a mandatory meeting for all MAT Students applying for Fall Practicum!
  2. Overview of Course Requirements
  3. Livetext Expectations
  4. E-Portfolio/ISL Requirements
  5. Certification Overview
  6. Meet & Greet ASU Supervisors

 

***Bring a copy of the updated Syllabi***

EDTD 6910 found on the Teacher Education Website- http://www.aug.edu/teacher_development/grad_syllabi.htm

SPED 6013 found on Education Leadership Website- http://www.aug.edu/elcse/syllabi/sped/SPED6013.doc

(The syllabi will be updated by the end of April shortly before the meeting.)

 

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SU11&FA11 REG HELP

Academic Advisement:

Andre D. Goodman
Academic Adviser, University Hall 383

Need to make an advising appointment?

Registration Help

 
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Posted by on March 15, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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Can more classroom time improve student learning?

Can more classroom time improve student learning?
Educators at a K-12 charter school in the Los Angeles area say an expanded school calendar has helped boost student test scores and improved attendance and graduation rates. Supporters say such calendars are especially beneficial for low-income students, who may lack other academic and cultural opportunities. Others say the benefits of extended classroom time are dependent on whether the time is used for high-quality teaching and programming. Los Angeles Times

 
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Posted by on March 15, 2011 in Education News, News

 

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Recess before lunch benefits students.


A Denver-area school district schedules recess before lunch in some elementary schools to help improve student health. The schedule allows students to play first, then return to lunch and class calmer and ready to learn. “Our decisions are always driven by what is best for our kids, and we just have found that this is a better circumstance for our students,” said John Gutierrez, principal at Cougar Run Elementary School. The Denver Post

 
 

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