Edd 630 educational research seminar overcoming adversity sample thesis titles and papers titles of some of the previous theses created in my section of educational research are listed on this page. The effects of cooperative learning activities on student attitudes towards english reading courses and cooperative learning a master’s thesis. Home university of southern california dissertations and theses a guidance-centered math curriculum for ninth grade slow-learners - page 1 reference url save to favorites to link to the entire object, paste this link in email, im or document to embed the entire object, paste this html in. Abstract this thesis is concerned with history and slow learning pupils in the first three years of secondary education it can be seen as comprising three separate but inter-related elements and begins (chapter l) with a review of the literature and research findings relating to the teaching of slow learners as well as to the factors concerning historical thinking. For the purpose of this thesis, the slow-learner refers to the child who is educationally retarded to the extent he is classified as dull-normal, but is not seriously retarded or mentally defective it involves the youngster wfro is a member of a.
Struggling learners overcome common learning difficulties thesis for an essay, or developing a plan for solving a mathematics problem the more explicitly the teacher models the skill, the stronger mastery students will perform 3 practice, practice, practice. The amount retained after different time intervals follow ing original learning it is the old question of whether the fast learner or slow learner retains more of what is learned this question has been answered many times but the procedure employed was that of having the subjects but the experiment in this thesis will employ meaningful. This research aims to examine the use of comic as a learning aid to improve learning interest of slow learner students five slow learner students at 5th grade wiropaten primary school located in surakarta city participated in this study. The present study was a single-group pre-test and post-test design it was conducted to see the effectiveness of academic interventions (shaw, 2005) on developmental skills (adaptive, personal-social, communication, motor, and cognitive) of slow learners having borderline intelligence.
Factors affecting reading comprehension of grade v for later save related info embed share print search regular professional development opportunities available to their teaching staff many of our pupils were found to be slow learners impressions and opinions of educators teachers and parents suggested that something must be. Keywords: teaching/learning resources, academic performance, secondary schools, bondo district in kenya introduction education is a fundamental human right (wolfenson, 2000. Slow learner is a compilation of early stories written between 1959 and 1964, before pynchon achieved recognition as a prominent writer for his 1963 novel, v and containing a revelatory essay on his early influences and writing. Abstract english classroom interaction between slow learners and teachers in a primary branch of a private school was studied it aimed at observing and finding the everyday.
A study of slow learners with special emphasis in the field of secondary mathematics by nancy jane baucum, bs a thesis in education submitted to the graduate faculty. Helping underachievers: whole-class strategies while i was working out at the gym, the man next to me said he used to be a teacher after some soul searching, he had decided he needed a less stressful job, so he became an air traffic controller and takes a special interest in slow learners and passive students” (manual work team of the. Published: mon, 5 dec 2016 abstract- current trend indicate that learning through the use of application and courseware had become important teaching method however, it is different case for slow learners.
Ser, volume 13 (2): october 2012 teaching slow learners in mathematics: yugal remediation model as alternative method yusha’u, m a phd abstract considering the importance of teaching and learning of mathematics today one of the greatest challenges to a mathematics teacher is teaching mathematics to children who are slow learners. This follows the events described in parts one and two of this narrative max hunter, a west coast private detective, still conducting an investigation to find the educational category of slow learners, explores portrayals of slow learners in popular media, learns more about his client, john williamson, and investigates the history of slow learner as an educational label, and the history of. Directed learning is more effective than undirected learning the methods and tools used most by teachers included demonstrations, discussions, laboratories, projects, contests, using real objects and supervised experience. States that cooperative learning enables fast learners to help respectively slow learners in terms of improving their skills in other words, every learner struggles to develop both themselves and other group members because.
Learning styles were found to affect learners’ learning behaviours learners having different learning style preferences would behave differently in the way they perceive, interact, and respond to the learning. Figure 4: conceptual framework for this thesis the authors that surround the four concepts, shown in figure 4, are the most significant theorists of those that have provided the author with insight, foundation and explanation for the design challenges experienced. Slow learners in the areas of (i) acceptance, and supports to slow learners (ii) rewards or appreciation for demonstrating acceptable behaviors of slow learners and (iii) conveying positive expectations to slow learners and not biased by past events. A “slow learner” is not a diagnostic category, it is a term people use to describe a student who has the ability to learn necessary academic skills, but at rate and depth below average same age peers.