include an “additional resources” section describing three or more local, community, state, or federal resources, that families could contact for additional information on classroom assessments and learning.

Create a two-page digital newsletter for families that highlights how special education   assessments and their results help with planning special education services within the classroom.
Within your newsletter, include the following:
  Identify and describe one current technology-based special education assessment tool that can be used to evaluate students’ needs.
Outline three potential benefits and three drawbacks of using the assessment tool for special education assessment.
Explain how this assessment tool minimizes bias in the classroom.
  Select one specific section of the IEP.
Describe how formal assessment results determine the content of this section of the IEP.
Provide two examples how the content of this IEP section would affect day-to-day collaborative planning for a core content area.
  Create a “Tips for Families” section in the newsletter. Share at least three tips on how families can support their child in addressing their assessment strengths and needs to succeed in school.
  Include an “Additional Resources” section describing three or more local, community, state, or federal resources, that families could contact for additional information on classroom assessments and learning. Offer a mix of resources that can be accessed online, in print, and/or in person (including by phone).
Use a minimum of three scholarly sources to support the content of your newsletter.

Provide at least two specific ideas for activities. 

 As an educator, what are some ways you might integrate strong values and ethics into your content-area lessons to help support students’ character development that not only support your spiritual beliefs but also those of your students? Provide at least two specific ideas for activities. 

Prior to the interview, be sure to let the interviewee know that you are interested in learning about a recent ethical dilemma within their early childhood program and how the leader responded to the challenge.

To prepare:
Identify and arrange to interview a leader within an early childhood program. This person may be a childcare center director, school administrator, faith-based children’s director, director of children’s programs at a local museum or library, etc. Your interview may be conducted face-to-face or electronically. Prior to the interview, be sure to let the interviewee know that you are interested in learning about a recent ethical dilemma within their early childhood program and how the leader responded to the challenge. Remind the director that the information you are gathering is for a course assignment, and that all information provided will be completely confidential.
Conduct the interview, using the Ethics Interview Guide in the Learning Resources.

 if that percentage is over 20% i will deduct a lot of points, anything over 30% will receive a “0”.

WebQuest:  The students will conduct a WebQuest, which is an inquiry-based, on-line learning activity. By providing links necessary to complete the quest, the students are able to focus on the material rather than spending time looking for it.  Each student will be responsible for completing the assignment individually with 10 various search engines and brief summaries  (1-2 paragraphs) to accompany each one.  Make sure to include descriptive info about each site, such as the rationale for it, publication date, etc.  It should  also include strengths and weaknesses of each of the 10 websites.  Each website should be a learning website and make sure you specify the intended grade level and subject area.  You will also need to include how you will implement this website into your Language Arts lesson.  Make sure you paraphrase instead of just copying and pasting because I have enabled Vericite, which is a Canvas tool used to detect plagiarism.  The tool will scan your document and determine if any info has been copied and pasted and if so, it will produce a report with the copied material highlighted and the percentage of material copied.  If that percentage is over 20% I will deduct a lot of points, anything over 30% will receive a “0”.  The key is to paraphrase! 
P.S.  I will read over the report before I deduct points because in some cases you might have to type some info as printed, such as the title, publication date, author, etc.  I will take this into consideration and grade accordingly.
I have attached an example of the format and info you should include with each one of your 10 websites below but YOU CANNOT USE THE WEBSITE PROVIDED IN THE EXAMPLE BELOW, IF YOU DO, YOU WILL GET 10 POINTS DEDUCTED:  
(Each website is worth 10 pts; See point allocation below)
Learning website: https://web.seesaw.meLinks to an external site. (1pt)
Grade Level: 3rd-5th (1pt)
Subject Area: Any subjects. (1pt)
Founder: Carl Sjogreen, Charles Lin, Adrian Graham (1pt)
Publication Date: 2013 (1pt)
Brief Summary:
Seesaw is an app for parents, children, and teachers where each student is given their own personal journal to record and keep class documents of students. These personal journals help students to see the results and progress of their work just as a portfolio would. When students are able to view their work and its results, it motivates them to want to learn more. If students were given an assignment to take notes or draw notes from a class lecture, Seesaw would be the perfect app because it allows students to use their creativity to document classroom activity. (1pt)
Implementation:
I would use this app to help students monitor and keep a record of all their work and accomplishments. For example, if I had a second-grade art class, each student would be able to review all art activities completed in the class and show parents. The smiles and from both parents and students would just make my day while also seeing the students eager and motivated to learn more.  (1pt)
Rationale:
Seesaw is an important tool to use within the classroom because it allows freedom, individualism, and encourages creativity for students to share what they have learned through technology. (1pt)
Strengths:
Students are eager to use the seesaw app because it encourages creativity, drawing, videos, and allows students’ voices to be heard through their artwork masterpieces.
Parents are able to view their child’s work and see student progress.
This learning tool also makes it easy for teachers to monitor each student’s progress and also saves time for the teacher. (1pt)
Weaknesses:
It can be time-consuming setting each student an account especially if teachers have multiple classes. (1pt)

I’ve been searching for someone special who has skills in writing professional assignments in writing description like assignments on e-commerce product for our website vascarabag.com and i’ve to submit the assignment before the deadline.

I’ve been searching for someone special who has skills in writing professional assignments in writing description like assignments on e-commerce product for our website vascarabag.com and I’ve to submit the assignment before the deadline.  

Conduct the interview, using the ethics interview guide in the learning resources.

To prepare:
Identify and arrange to interview a leader within an early childhood program. This person may be a childcare center director, school administrator, faith-based children’s director, director of children’s programs at a local museum or library, etc. Your interview may be conducted face-to-face or electronically. Prior to the interview, be sure to let the interviewee know that you are interested in learning about a recent ethical dilemma within their early childhood program and how the leader responded to the challenge. Remind the director that the information you are gathering is for a course assignment, and that all information provided will be completely confidential.
Conduct the interview, using the Ethics Interview Guide in the Learning Resources.

Pat’s place

La Cabane
After dancing yourself silly at the many Crop Over Festival events, stop by La Cabane for a relaxing evening of dinner and drinks. This restaurant on the water is the stuff of dreams. It is right next to the sea, and we mean right next to the sea.
La Cabane is a must-see on your trip to Barbados. It has a great menu of fresh, local dishes, drinks you won’t want to put down, and live music. What’s the best part? After you’ve eaten enough, you can go for a swim in the clear water and then take a nap in the hammock. Heaven!
Pat’s Place
If you like seafood, this one is for you. Use mapquest directions and go to the small seaside town of Oistins for a seafood feast you’ll be thinking about long after you get back home. Pat’s Place has been voted one of the best places to eat on the whole island. The freshly caught fish is seasoned and grilled to perfection.
Just thinking about it makes us drool…
Copacabana
Copacabana is a must-see on your Barbados vacation. During the day, it is a beach bar and grill, and at night, it is a party spot. Spend the afternoon sipping cocktails on a beach bed while listening to the waves, or put on your fanciest outfit and dance the night away on the sand.

In the years of middle childhood, there is a wide developmental range that is considered typical for a child’s physical, cognitive, emotional, and social growth.

 
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: 
In the years of middle childhood, there is a wide developmental range that is considered typical for a child’s physical, cognitive, emotional, and social growth. As an elementary-age teacher in today’s schools, it’s imperative to know and understand the many influences that will affect children’s development. Consider the influence of media and technology on a child’s development. 
What are some positive effects of media and technology on a child’s development? What are some negative effects? 
How might a teacher work with families and caregivers to mitigate negative effects and meet a child’s needs? 

Why was he/she important or what was his/her lasting influence?

Alexander or Alexandria 
(He was a pope) 
Need help – Must be at least 800
-should have at least four reputable academic sources.  All sources should be acknowledged, both within the work and on a Works Cited page at the end.  You may use any citation system as long as it is used accurately and consistently.
Topic: A study of an important figure in the history of Christianity.  should situate this person in his/her historical and cultural context, explain the importance of their contribution to the development of Christianity, and indicate their continuing influence today. Include:
WHO is this person?
WHEN did he/she  live?  What was going on at the time?
WHERE did he/she live/work?  Does this make a difference?
WHAT were his/her major accomplishments and/or major ideas?
WHY was he/she important or what was his/her lasting influence?