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Tags: RFP guidelines, important dates, draft grant proposal
Good afternoon everyone. I hope you're enjoying this beautiful fall day. On Friday, there was a major deadline for the ADE 594 RFP. Several students missed this important deadline, which gives me the impression that not everyone has studied the ADE 594 RFP guidelines. The first thing a good grant writer does when an RFP is released, is study that RFP and create a due date calendar of all the important dates associated. If you have not done so yet. Please go through the ADE 594 RFP with a fine tooth comb. One half the secret to being a good grant writer is being able to follow directions. It's very important that you study an RFP. At this point, you should be working on your Draft Final Grant Proposal. Next week, we will have a large group discussion, to determine the peer review criteria, for the scoring of Final Grant Proposals. Thank you.
Welcome to week 11 of public speaking. We're going to prepare for the group discussion activity which is due on Saturday. This activity is worth 225 points and cannot be made up. So it is very important that you do make plans to attend class on Saturday. If you have any questions please let me know and as usual, have a great week.
Welcome to week 13 of public speaking. This week we are going to study chapter 18 and special occasion speeches. We only have 3 weeks left of class, so hang in there. Also I want to tell you that you all did a great job on the group discussions. I really enjoyed listening to them. Please let me know if you have any questions and have a great week.
Welcome to week 12 of Public Speaking. This week we will prepare for the group discussion which is due on Saturday. This assignment is worth 225 points and cannot be made up. Please let me know if you have any questions and have a great week.
Hi everybody, this is Dawn. I thought I'd try something different this week and said network project. Oh yeah and along the way you have to prepare a question for group discussion. Finally there's this call research paper and of course project. That's a lot. As you move along, I hope you'll begin to see connections between all these parts and make the different part support the whole and particular I hope that you can adjust the topics to your own needs so that somehow they have a natural fit with what you do on your day jobs. In other words I hope that the various assignments can really support your work. For example, if you're a Math teacher and ___ of you are you can and I know you're ___ already planning to do your research paper and a mass topic such as mass manipulative for the network design study project. You however maybe haven't thought about designing actually a Math lab.
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Tags: small group discussions, math classroom, level math
I've been looking at Orlicks(?) chapter 8 and 9 and then also going on to the model to teaching reading with the chapter 9 attaining concepts sharpening the basic thinking skills. So go ahead and start with it. Chapter 8 of Orlick(?) got small group discussions and cooperative learning and it seems like active listening teaching active listening incredibly very in a Math classroom like or even just I mean I never seen it happen but then also it's harder to do with the lower level students like freshman highs and I've said but it's nice to see how it could be done. Like I was to discussion groups looking at the types of discussion brings ___ to toro(?) task group those are more likely Math and I kinda seen those in Math but not I've never really seen those in in lower level Math classes then from there role playing simulation ___ pleasure like all the time.