Recent Question/Assignment

Review the education level specific case study scenarios and select one. Respond to the problem identified from three different theoretical perspectives to develop a repertoire of effective pedagogical strategies that can be used in a typically diverse classroom setting.
Details:
Select ONE case study scenario (I chosen Primary)and THREE of the following theoretical perspectives
(Behaviourist
cognitivist,
constructivist,
) which were introduced in this unit.
“References and pages in the book mentioned in references folder”(Please go through that)
• The issues: Explain why the problems or the situation in the scenario might be occurring, from each of the three selected theoretical perspectives.
• The interventions: For each of the three theoretical perspectives, suggest suitable interventions that an effective teacher could develop (i.e. effective pedagogical strategies / teaching interventions / accommodations) to improve the situation, to encourage the full participation of all students, and to improve their learning outcomes.
Case study two: Primary School
• Your school is concerned about the level of reading skills across all years. Each teacher has been asked to suggest some approaches they can use in their classroom to improve reading skills. You have a culturally diverse group of children with different skills, abilities and backgrounds.
General information:
• Support your responses with evidence from the set textbook and other academic references.
o Acceptable academic references are texts, research-based articles from scholarly, peer reviewed journals, and information from scholarly, government based or supported web sources (often with a designated purpose of supporting education). You may use references (e.g., the text) in more than one response.
• Place all references on a single reference list, on its own page, at the end of the assignment.
• Please present the assignment in 'informal' essay style. That is, in paragraph form - without dot points, or tables, or images. Each response should have its own heading or subheadings (e.g., -Part one-, or -Behaviourism- or -The Issues-). Do not include an introduction (or thesis statement), nor a conclusion.
• It is strongly recommended that you paraphrase and summarise information effectively instead of using any direct quotations from sources to demonstrate your understanding and make your work more original.
Word count:
• 2,500 words plus or minus 10%. This includes all text (headings, in-text citations, and quotes). It excludes the reference list and cover page, which must be presented on separate pages.
Presentation:
• Required format: 2.54 cm margins; size 11 or 12 font Arial, or Times New Roman;
• All work (including the reference list) should double line spacing. Do not use single spacing.
• Include a cover page. Elements to include: Unit name, assignment number or name, your name, tutor's name, date due and your final word count. Limit font size to 16. Ensure cover-page is simple and without adornment.
• Please include a header (your name and unit code) and a footer (page number).
• Do not include a contents page, nor an abstract.
• Submit your work as a Word doc. Do not submit a PDF.
• Save your work to Turnitin using the following format: Surname_Firstname_Unit Code_Assess2.
• Use APA (7th edition) format. It is important that both in-text referencing and end of text referencing are correct. This includes the setting out of the reference list as well as formatting for each citation.
o Please remember that you must have a clear understanding of what academic integrity is. You must ensure that your writing has academic integrity: that all work is summarised or paraphrased well and that all work is referenced appropriately. Please use the Curtin APA guide. https://libguides.library.curtin.edu.au/uniskills/referencing/apa7
Marking Criteria:
• The Issues: Clear, accurate and comprehensive explanations of the chosen situation, indicating in-depth, evidence-based knowledge of the principles and concepts of three different theoretical perspectives (24 marks)
• The Interventions: Clear and appropriate descriptions of evidence-based interventions based on each chosen perspective to maximise learning and participation of all students (21 marks)
• Transcriptional elements of writing (5 marks)
• Academic Integrity (no marks, but papers with poor academic integrity will not be accepted. Breaches are reported and can lead to penalties)
Assignment pattern:
Issues/Theoretical Perspectives:
• The issues: Explain why the problems or the situation in the scenario might be occurring, from Behaviourist theoretical perspectives.
• The issues: Explain why the problems or the situation in the scenario might be occurring, from Cognitive theoretical perspectives.
• The issues: Explain why the problems or the situation in the scenario might be occurring, from Constructivism theoretical perspectives.
Interventions:
• The interventions: For Behaviourist theoretical perspectives, suggest suitable interventions that an effective teacher could develop (i.e. effective pedagogical strategies/teaching interventions/accommodations) to improve the situation, to encourage the full participation of all students, and to improve their learning outcomes.
• The interventions: For Cognitive theoretical perspectives, suggest suitable interventions that an effective teacher could develop (i.e. effective pedagogical strategies/teaching interventions/accommodations) to improve the situation, to encourage the full participation of all students, and to improve their learning outcomes.
• The interventions: For Constructivism theoretical perspectives, suggest suitable interventions that an effective teacher could develop (i.e. effective pedagogical strategies/teaching interventions/accommodations) to improve the situation, encourage the full participation of all students, and to improve their learning outcomes.