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Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium
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This 7 page report discusses the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium’s standards and specifically outlines two areas that the writer addresses as the most important of the ten standards. Teachers must do more than merely ‘offer education,’ schools are now expected to ensure that all students learn and perform at high levels. Rather than merely ‘covering the curriculum,’ teachers are expected to find ways to support and connect with the needs of all learners.” Addressing those needs was the key concern of the INTASC. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWteach.rtf
Paper Title: Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium

Administration of Inclusion Schools
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A 5 page paper discussing administrators' roles in inclusion programs. Administrators may or may not be able to assist in further refining the definition of learning disabilities (LD) used in their schools, but they can have great influence on whether inclusion programs work in them. The number of LD students is growing, regardless of what definition of LD is used. School administrators need to ensure that inclusion has a proper base in areas such as funding and staff training, but they also need to encourage teachers in their attempts to be as effective as possible. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSinclusion.wps
Paper Title: Administration of Inclusion Schools

Full Inclusion / Pros & Cons
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A 3 page paper discussing the full inclusion model of education reform and outlining the advantages and disadvantages of the approach. Bibliography lists five sources.
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Paper Title: Full Inclusion / Pros & Cons

Functional Curriculum / Transition Education
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A 4 page research paper that discusses the controversy surrounding the inclusion of a functional curriculum for individuals with disabilities. The reasons for the controversy are discussed as are the meaning of functional curriculum and research supporting its inclusion. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Funccurr.wps
Paper Title: Functional Curriculum / Transition Education

Inclusion For Transition Age Children / Continuity vs. Necessary Training
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A 6 page paper that considers the debate surrounding inclusion programs for transition age students, and reflects on the fact that inclusion can limit participation in necessary training programs that can enhance life skills and job efficacy for the future of Special Education students. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Inctra.wps
Paper Title: Inclusion For Transition Age Children / Continuity vs. Necessary Training

Inclusion in Special Education
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This 3 page paper discusses the concept of 'inclusion' in the world of special education. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Include.wps
Paper Title: Inclusion in Special Education

Inclusion of Autistic Children in Regular Classrooms
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A 5 page research paper which argues for the inclusion of high achieving autistic children in mainstream classrooms. The writer demonstrates that the range of abilities for children with this disorder can vary widely with some even have superior cognitive skills in areas not associated with the basic impairment. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Incaut.doc
Paper Title: Inclusion of Autistic Children in Regular Classrooms

Inclusion Of Students With Special Needs
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This 16 page paper explores the concept and practice of inclusion for students with disabilities. The concept of inclusion becomes extremely emotional and there is a great conflict about the efficacy of such programs. The conflict becomes especially heated when severely or profoundly disabled students are brought into the equation. This essay does not take any stance in terms of supporting or contesting the practice of inclusion, instead, the writer offers information about the process beginning with a historical perspective. Diagnosis of disabilities, intervention programs, and studies regarding inclusion are discussed. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Inclusion Of Students With Special Needs

Inclusion Programming & Addressing the Problem of Implementation for a Varied Population
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The word 'inclusion' has been widely used in recent years as more and more school districts recognize the call for 'least restrictive environment' in programming for special education students and relates to the side-by-side programming of special education and regular education students in classroom settings. This 25 page paper provides an overview of the current literature and then presents a description of the methods for conducting a study of students, outcomes, and teacher perceptions of inclusion programming. Bibliography lists 25 sources.
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Paper Title: Inclusion Programming & Addressing the Problem of Implementation for a Varied Population

Mainstreaming and Inclusion / Effects & Perspectives
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This 3 page essay discusses the effects of mainstreaming and inclusion programs on students with and without disabilities, on teachers and parents. Studies have indicated these programs can work given certain qualities and attitudes on the part of the teachers. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Mainstreaming and Inclusion / Effects & Perspectives

Special Education / Inclusion vs. Full Inclusion Programming
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Over the last two decades, debates have been waged regarding the premises of inclusion and full-inclusion programming for children with mild to severe disabilities. Inclusion programs in general have become a popular focus in Special Education programming beginning in the 1980s, when de-institutionalization placed many handicapped students into mainstream education and a focus on meeting the needs of a variety of Special Education students became a prevalent issue. This 5 page paper provides a brief overview of the debate and considers a possible study to prove the benefits of partial inclusion programming. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Special Education / Inclusion vs. Full Inclusion Programming

Horace Mann/ The Common School Era
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A 12 page research paper that examines the impact and influence of nineteenth century educator Horace Mann on the public school system and the formulation of this 'common school' philosophy. Mann's influence during the twelve years that he was secretary of the Massachusetts School Board effected lasting change not only in the public school system of Massachusetts, but also in the way that public schooling was perceived throughout the country. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Horace Mann/ The Common School Era

Teaching the Handicapped
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A 10 page research paper that examines the latest information and techniques for teaching language skills to the mentally handicapped. The writer particularly focuses on children who have Down's Syndrome since these children are almost always mainstreamed into today's classrooms. Techniques, strategies, and how technology can be utilized to teach the handicapped are included. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: 90menhan.rtf
Paper Title: Teaching the Handicapped

At-Risk / Gifted Drop-Outs
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A 6 page paper that supports the contention that at-risk, gifted students are more likely to drop out of school than their non-gifted peers. This paper supports this belief by representing the many extenuating educational and personal issues that are experienced by gifted students, and also suggests that the same educational structures that have been developed to support students may also trigger significant behavioral problems for many gifted children. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: At-Risk / Gifted Drop-Outs

Bored Gifted Students
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A 9 page paper. Gifted students are bored and dropping out of school at a terrible cost to themselves and to the nation. Yet, the loss does not seem to be understood by the general public who seems to believe that these youngsters, because they are bright, should be able to make it on their own without special services. By not addressing this issue more directly and forcefully, the educational system is, in effect, giving tacit approval for an entire group of students to become underachievers. This essay discusses the results of gifted students not receiving special services. A brief overview of students who are both gifted and learning disabled is also provided. The writer concludes that the school system must address this issue to allow these students to develop their potential. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Bored Gifted Students

Morals Education / Should Schools Teach Morals ?
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A 5 page essay discussing the controversy surrounding the inclusion of morals/character/values education in the school curriculum. The separation of State and Church prohibits schools from teaching religion yet some educational theorists would have schools teach morals and values. The question arises: how can values and morals be taught without reference to their Christian and Jewish origins. Research has revealed that previous character education and values clarification programs have had no noticeable effect on students. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Morals Education / Should Schools Teach Morals ?

Motivational Techniques for Elementary School Students
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A 12 page paper discussing theory and technique underlying both students' intrinsic motivation and the extrinsic factors of motivation supplied by the teacher and peers. Finally, research has shown what seasoned teachers have known for years—only the students remaining active and involved will retain sufficient levels of intrinsic motivation for enhancing their learning activities. It is essential that teachers maintain an atmosphere of creative expectancy rather than encouraging only learning by rote in the elementary years, particularly for the gifted student. While most students' interest in school subjects wanes with age, allowing a gifted student to languish in boredom ahead of his classmates almost assures losing that student far too early in his age progression. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: Motistud.wps
Paper Title: Motivational Techniques for Elementary School Students

Teaching Science to Gifted Elementary Students
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A 14 page study on methods for teaching science to gifted students. Report contains an explanation of study's importance, literature review, methodology, and several illustrative charts. The writer goes into great detail concerning the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of various teaching methods. Approximately 20 sources are listed in bibliography.
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Paper Title: Teaching Science to Gifted Elementary Students

Curtailing College Sports Gambling / Proposal
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A 6 page model proposal on ways to curtail college student betting and game fixing on sporting events. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Curtailing College Sports Gambling / Proposal

Frindle By Andrew Clements
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A 5 page report and analysis of the Frindle by Andrew Clements. The writer provides a literary analysis of plot and presentation through a synopsis of the book. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Frindle By Andrew Clements

Student Freedom of Expression
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This 13 page report discusses the freedom of expression available to and exercised by students. Repression of student expression in the United States is still present in the daily life of both educators and students ranging from elementary school through university. This report examines the overall issue, as well as litigation that has taken place regarding student freedom of expression at both the state and federal levels. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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Paper Title: Student Freedom of Expression

Theoretical Approaches to Second Language Acquisition
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This 10 page paper relates the issue of second language acquisition and the application of specific theories to the development of programming for adult ESL learners. This paper relates the ESL elements to LI and L2 adult literacy in this area. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Theoretical Approaches to Second Language Acquisition

Internet Use in the Educational Setting
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This 5 page paper considers the use of the Internet in the educational setting and the basic reasoning behind the integration of this kind of technology in the classroom setting. This paper then goes on to suggest areas that need to be evaluated in terms of Internet access and use by students, including access to pornography through the World Wide Web, the lack of general regulation of the Internet, and the disadvantages and advantages of using this kind of technology. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MHEduca7.doc
Paper Title: Internet Use in the Educational Setting

Moore & Kearsley/ 'Distance Education'
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A 10 page research paper that addresses the topic of distance education covered in the book by that name by Michael G. Moore and Greg Kearsley. The advent of the Internet and other technologies have brought distance education into the mainstream and this paper discusses factors that distinguish it from traditional classrooms, as well as its special requirements. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Moore & Kearsley/ 'Distance Education'

Telecommunication: Assisting Education
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10 pages in length. How has telecommunications technology advancement assisted with educational technology, funding and career advancement? It is nearly impossible to overlook the many benefits that are inherent to such programs as distance learning, video conferencing, interactive multimedia, knowledge-based systems and the Internet. Contemporary students have been given an opportunity unlike any who have studied before them: the chance to mold their educational needs to fit their individual lifestyles. The writer discusses the benefits of telecommunications technology as it relates to funding, career advancement and the business world. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Teledu.wps
Paper Title: Telecommunication: Assisting Education


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