Special education philosophy

Create a 750-1,000 word draft of your special education philosophy. Include statements regarding your beliefs and values in each of the following areas:
The purpose of education.
Your personal vision of meeting the learning needs of students with special needs using standards-based instruction.
How some of the ethical frameworks and professional practice standards you have examined will guide your professional practice.
The types of resources teachers should seek to continually deepen their understanding of cultural, ethnic, gender, and learning differences among their students.
The types of professional activities or learning communities that would best facilitate lifelong learning.
Include three scholarly references to support your philosophy of education

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Grand Rounds presentation from the University of Washington School of Medicine

Watch this Grand Rounds presentation from the University of Washington School of Medicine. Both this presentation AND your RA readings should help you to answer questions. Here are the questions from the presentation that need to be submitted.
Each answer should be at least one paragraph.

  1. How do we treat RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis)?
  2. Efficacy- How long does a response last?
  3. What does it take to create a long-term remission?
  4. Does RA originate in the lungs and other mucosal sites?

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Special education needs

Students may argue about fairness and ask why a student with special education needs is treated differently regarding behavioral discipline, accommodations, etc. Review the “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead-Conversation about Special Education,” focusing on the “Fairness in the Classroom’ section. Consider the statement, “Fair is not always equal.” Discuss how you, as a teacher, will address the issue of fairness without divulging confidential information.

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Early adulthood.

Finding a partner is one of the most important things an individual focuses on during early adulthood. How do you think today’s lack of social contact is affecting this aspect of life? Explain social exchange theory of mate selection in your own words and include information about Bowlby’s attachment theory.

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The Bologna Process and the Transformation of European Higher Education

Read the article, The Bologna Process and the Transformation of European Higher Education [PDF]. This case study describes the process by which the structure and focus of the European university systems have been scrutinized in recent years. The goals are to increase the harmonization of degree structures, academic outcomes, and quality assurance. The most important outcome is to examine and optimize the mobility for students and academic staff.

Briefly summarize the journey that the Bologna Process has taken.
Determine how the Bologna Process is positioned to serve the academic needs of pan-European countries.
Analyze how the Bologna Process will support the academic initiatives in the United States.
Augment the Bologna Process with three additional ideas you may have to improve the flexibility of universities in Europe.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

Develop ideas to support academic initiatives and improve the academic flexibility of universities here and abroad.

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