Welcome to class! In this first week of SPE/300, we examine the history and le

  Welcome to class! In this first week of SPE/300, we examine the history and legal foundations of special education. It is important for all educators to possess a basic understanding of the history and legal principles specific to special education to ensure a quality educational experience for all. Respond to the following three questions:… Continue reading  
Welcome to class! In this first week of SPE/300, we examine the history and le

  The student will develop an electronic classroom management communication sy

  The student will develop an electronic classroom management communication system using Class Dojo (Preferred) or a similar web 2.0 tool to keep parents informed of their child’s daily behavior and progress. Class Dojo tutorial:  The classroom must have 20-25 students. You must provide a screenshot image of your class.  The student will write a… Continue reading  
The student will develop an electronic classroom management communication sy

  Select an article on a controversial public policy issue from a major publicat

  Select an article on a controversial public policy issue from a major publication such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, or another periodical or newspaper.  (avoid, for example, politically-motivated sources, cable news, your uncle’s Facebook feedback) Ask these questions of the author of the article, being careful to provide “in text” evidence… Continue reading  
Select an article on a controversial public policy issue from a major publicat

 Consider the following scenario: You are the safety manager for a team that is

 Consider the following scenario: You are the safety manager for a team that is working to complete a 10-story addition to a hospital. The framework of the addition will be steel and concrete. The floors will be formed and poured with reinforced concrete on metal decking. The outside will require brick and glass window installation… Continue reading  Consider the following scenario: You are the safety manager for a team that is

   1. Qualitative research tends to use small samples to examine a problem inste

   1. Qualitative research tends to use small samples to examine a problem instead of using large samples as in quantitative research. With fewer people in the sample, it is important for the participants to be information-rich informants. With that in mind, consider the strengths and weaknesses of purposeful, convenience, and random sampling approaches in… Continue reading   
1. Qualitative research tends to use small samples to examine a problem inste

  The purpose of this assignment is to provide an opportunity for you to conside

  The purpose of this assignment is to provide an opportunity for you to consider how to work with parents when conflicts, disagreements, or misunderstandings arise. Part 1: Case Analysis Respond to the case study by addressing the following: Brief summary of the case Identify the issues to be resolved Stakeholders involved in the issues… Continue reading  
The purpose of this assignment is to provide an opportunity for you to conside

  This first assignment requires students to compare and contrast evaluation app

  This first assignment requires students to compare and contrast evaluation approaches as described in Fitzpatrick, Sanders & Worthen (2011; FSW hereafter). On page 123 of FSW the authors classify several evaluation approaches into four categories based on the identification of essential factors that guide the evaluation. Each of these approaches is then expanded in… Continue reading  
This first assignment requires students to compare and contrast evaluation app