Guidelines for Philosophy of Assessment· Think about the information a parent would like to know about your assessment philosophy and create a section (one paragraph minimum) that is helpful to parents. · Think about what a student might need to know about your assessment philosophy and create a section (one paragraph minimum) that would be useful to your students.· Think about what an administrator (or maybe another teacher) might want to know about your assessment philosophy and create a section (one paragraph minimum) that would be useful and informational to administrators. ·Describe how you will use assessment in teaching (one […]
Choose one theory: Freud, Adler, Jung, Humanistic Approaches, or Biological Approaches 2. Read what the textbook says about it. 3. Do some extra research into the theory. Then write me 500 words or so describing: a. Overview of theory/approach b. Three big concepts c. Critical thinking/discussion/life application: this is the good part! What are your reflections after reading more about it? How do you relate? In which ways does it resonate with you and in which ways .
Write an essay response to the following question. Different sociological theories can have various explanations for the same phenomenon. Consider crime rates in the US. Try to think how three sociological theories—symbolic interactionism, functionalist theory, and conflict theory—would explain the kind, distribution, or changing crime rates in the US. In your response, make sure you have an introduction, one paragraph per theory, and a conclusion.
The United States Constitution provides for a Republican/representative form of democracy yet many states and localities allow for direct democracy through ballot initiatives. referendum. and recall. Develop a paper in which you identify and assess arguments in favor and against both representative and direct democracy. Drawing on your assessments of representative and direct democracy, develop an argument in which you advocate for one form of democracy over another.