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. Explain the purpose of agreeing objectives and deadlines when researching information
To show your commitment and competence are two good reasons why agreeing objectives and deadlines when researching for information. [ Punctuality and accuracy at the same time will recognize your effort when you perform at the highest level of your performance. ]
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Using two specific examples, explain how to choose the most appropriate method of communication to meet your needs and the needs of others.
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Weegy: There is no standard protocol for identifying the point at which an LEA should refer a student with behavioral problems for a special education evaluation. [ If a student is a young child with limited experience in classroom or school settings, identifying the need for a referral becomes even more problematic. Regardless, an evaluation may be warranted if: The behavior has persisted for a significant period of time. Some students may need more time than others to adjust to a new setting or schedule. As such, it may not be unreasonable for a teacher or aide to attempt generalized interventions in the first few days or weeks of a student’s placement. If the student’s behavior persists, however, the LEA should refer the student for an evaluation.The student is likely to injure him/herself or others. A student’s failure to pay attention in class or refusal to work may impede his/her own education, but serious behaviors such as hitting, kicking, and biting affect everyone in the classroom. The more serious the behavior, the more likely evaluation may be necessary—especially if that behavior persists or escalates over time. ] (More)
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How are problems referred to others?Problems I can deal with: Problems I would need to refer to others:
Weegy: A great skill to have is the ability to solve problems effectively. Not only that, it's also a great skill to teach students. There are a few key requirements to solve problems effectively. [ In and out of the classroom, we're often confronted with problems and effective problem solvers often employ a few key remedies. Here are the steps to becoming an more effective problem solver. Understand 'why' the problem exists. What is the actual root cause for the problem? If you know something about why the problem exists, you'll have a better time of resolving the problem. Let's take the example of a child who doesn't want to come to school. Before you can help identify a solution, it is important to find out why the child doesn't want to come to school. Perhaps there is a bully involved. So one of the first steps to becoming an effective problem solver is delving into the root cause of the problem. Be able to clearly identify the problem and the obstacles that the problem presents. All too often, individuals refer to a series of problems instead of tackling the actual problem at hand. Clearly state the problem and what obstacles the problem presents to you. Again, the child who doesn't want to come to school has the problem of it having a negative impact on his/her academic success. Once you have clearly stated the problem, you need to understand what you have control over and what you don't. Your efforts to resolve the problem must be within the areas where you have control. You may not have control over getting a child to come to school, but you do have control over dealing with the bully that is causing the problem of the child not wanting to attend school. Your efforts to solve the problem must focus on the areas for which you have control over. Do you have all the information you need? Solving problems is often like becoming involved in investigations. Have you thoroughly researched why the problem exists? Do you have all the information you ... (More)
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