Discuss and analyze official and non-official evaluation methods.
Critically evaluate the academic programs and services for students who experience difficulties with learning the educational material.
Social and cultural aspects of literacy and language learning.
Analyze the concept of inclusive education and the way it is introduced into school curriculum.
Providing ESOL services for refugees and those searching for asylum in the United Kingdom.
According to O’Leary, the games created for facilitating the educational process have been determined as a suitable way of outsmarting those having an opposite opinion about some teaching techniques. Assess the use of the mentioned games in secondary schools.
Use your research and analytical skills to highlight the similarities and differences between the early childhood programs and theories implemented in one of the UK countries and those in the countries outside the UK.
What notions come to mind when thinking about literacy and language as issues performed by people and not as peculiar features of people’s minds?
What does developing social skills while studying at a primary school mean?
Create a personal statement about your experience of being a teacher in the post-compulsory school.
Produce an essay about performance that plays a key role in children’s therapy.
Explain the quotation: “A liberal education is a core of a civil society, and the essence of a liberal education is teaching.”
Analyze the following concept: “The major stages of intellectual growth are connected not only with learning new skills and abilities, but also with developing ways of using the knowledge gained previously.”
The notion “pedagogy” relates to the techniques, approaches and practices adopted by teachers while teaching students. The constructivist teaching method is one of such pedagogical techniques. Its essence is in stimulating students to take an active part in the learning process and educational experiments. This technique teaches students to gather and analyze data and arrive at logical conclusions.
Consider the quote: “A teacher is a person who teaches students to deal with the matter without his/her help.”
According to Socrates, one cannot teach people anything. One can only make people think.