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The current educational system is not adequate for children with special needs.

This essay looks at the problem of inadequate education for children with special needs in the United States. The author argues that the current system is not designed to meet the needs of these children and that teachers are not properly trained to teach them. The solution, according to the author, is to create a separate system of education for children with special needs. I agree with the author that the current system is not adequate, but I disagree with the idea of creating a separate system. I believe that all children, regardless of their abilities, should be included in the same educational system.

J’s Behavior: A Case Study

The essay discusses a specific behavioral problem of a 9-year-old African-American male student with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It is based on an interview conducted with the child’s mother, as well as on observations made by the Social Work Department of the school he attends. The essay provides a description of the background and problem behaviors, the intervention used by the Social Work Department, and makes recommendations for further action.

The roles, responsibilities and boundaries of a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle

This essay explores the roles, responsibilities and boundaries of a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle. The teaching/training cycle is a model which helps teachers to reflect on and improve their practice. It is made up of four stages: planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating. In each stage, the teacher has certain roles and responsibilities. For example, in the planning stage, the teacher needs to develop a lesson plan which is appropriate for the needs of the students. In the implementing stage, the teacher needs to delivery the lesson in an engaging and effective way. In the monitoring stage, the teacher needs to assess whether the students are understanding the material being taught. In the evaluation stage, the teacher needs to reflect on the lesson and decide what could be improved for next time.

The Importance of Behavior Intervention in Curriculum Development

This essay discusses the importance of behavior intervention in curriculum development, its benefits, how to design an effective behavior intervention program, the role of reinforcement and punishment, behavior intervention in the classroom and moral education as well as social problems.

The Pros and Cons of Working While in College

This essay discusses the differences between working and non-working students. It explains that working students often have less time for studying, but may be able to cover the costs of their schooling. Non-working students often have more time for studying, but may have difficulty financing their education.

What to do after high school: college or work?

This essay looks at the advantages and disadvantages of going to college or starting a career after high school. It discusses the key factors to consider when making this decision, and how to make the best choice for you.

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