How can teachers help parents understand and grasp the concept of stanine scores ? Teachers can explain to the parents the nature of the stanine scores simply by saying that scores are converted into a scale of 1 to 9 and wherein those who fall below 4 are considered to be incompetent and those in the higher category are considered proficient and competent . Name the different types of validity . How each type is used in the early childhood classroom assessment programs...
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A non lawyer is allowed to appear in representative capacity to any agency if only he is allowed by such tribunal agency . If he is an employee or a member or has any association with any organization may be allowed to represent the organization before administrative tribunal . A non lawyer employee of an organization is allowed by the organization to appear before the tribunal on it behalf but does not get compensation for such representation . The representation of a party...
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Twice a week , for 1 1 /2 hours , all teachers have to help out the CT assigned for this class . Helping out in this class was extremely inspirational , as I met some really exceptional children with special qualities . One could remember and write down most of the streets in Montreal , while another was able to fix anything you gave him . On the other hand , one moderately autistic boy needed extra attention to help him get back on track in the...
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American Indians they are still in touch with the prophecies and traditions of their ancestors . They do not need to improve their lives using the score card of the whites . They make themselves unavailable to the mechanisms of the whites to reform their views at the same time as exemplified in reading . They do not need power or positions . The...
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MBA education . It is widely ascertained and believed that an individual intends to learn anything new with complete concentration only when the individual realizes the immediate need of the knowledge or the immediate implementation of this knowledge is evident . It can be stated that knowledge can be utilized directly within the peripheral region of the knowledge base of the students...
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Albright 's ability and desire to combine diplomacy and force was her ultimate difference and success . This not only made her an effective leader but also a celebrated person . Her speech in 1997 during the Joint Service Officers ' Wives luncheon reflects this , ``It is also why we need first-class diplomacy . Force , and the credible possibility of its use , is essential...
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Unlike the authors , the main characters were in control in the beginning , especially in the case of Emma Bovary . She was in control of almost everything , even including her husband , Charles Bovary . As Faulbert illustrates that ``His (Charles Bovary ) wife was master he had to say this and not say that in company , to fast every Friday , dress as she...
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The buyer of the goods has the rights to claim compensation for the injury caused by the seller for not warning the buyer of the likelihood of finding some missing pages from the book (14 ) Where the buyer accepts the goods he must pay for what he has actually accepted at the contract rate . This means that paying for a...
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Apple , IBM , HP and Compaq , Dell did not have to worry about channel conflict with resellers and distributors when it began selling online . Also its build-to- manufacturing processes were already in place , making it easy to offer customers the opportunity to configure products online just as they already did on the telephone . According to (Kador , 2005 "Dell is a perfect...
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Other infrastructure improved as a result of NAFTA is the number of power generating stations (Schiff . Ainters 24 . Negative Economic Impacts and Challenges of NAFTA to Mexican Economy One of the most significant challenges of creation of NAFTA free market is that it has caused the labour market in the country to be stagnant . Thia implies that sice its creation...
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After more than two months of killing , leading to casualties reported to be around 1 million by RPF but estimated at hundreds of thousand by the international community , the killing abated with the RPF winning and placing a Tutsi president in power (``Timeline : Rwanda ' par . 23-28 . The administration has since then weakened the Hutu opposition to retain Tutsi dominance . This...
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United States . The way Arthur Helweg highlights and reveals both of the minor and major issues that these people are experiencing in the United States , as immigrants , is really one of main factors of that has made this book cohesive and well informative , not only for the member of Asian Indian community in U .S . but also for the people...
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Chapter four is about the colonists ' use of the environment such as dividing the land . This act according to Cronon stemmed from capitalism and the growing number of inhabitants in the land . Chapter five covers the fur trade , practiced by the colonists and Native Americans alike , but was mainly the responsibility of the European colonists . The succeeding chapters talk about...
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