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Edu 671 Week 5 Assignment

TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL ACTION RESEARCH 2 Share your early plan, as posted in Discussion 2 week. Consider the feedback you received from your classmates and instructor and make any changes before including it in this formal assignment. This part is still brief, approximately one page in length. a. Area of Focus o The purpose of my study is to find a better way to teach math concepts to young children. This will help the youth at early ages develop a concept of adding, counting, subtracting and more. The goal will be to meet the needs of the students. b. Explanation of Problem o Some children demonstrate few skills in mathematics, they seem to be unmotivated to attempt new tasks or even complete any math assignments. c. Define Variables o The daily class consisted of six students, a teacher, and teacher assistant. Two students of the six are ten, one student is six, two students are nine, and one student is eight. All the children attended a Montessori school and two ten year old children will be leaving to attend their six grade year at another school. The head teacher has been teaching for about 15 years. She has taken courses, earned degrees, read book and conducted research. The reason why I am focusing on children from age 6 through 10 and their mathematical learning is to focus on

Week 2 Assignment: Literature Review Matrix 2 Title URL Address Author of Source Type of Source Date of Publication Summary of Source Teaching Students with ADHD - sites/default/files/CE PiP.2012.1.76-80.pdf O’Regan, F Article 2008 “These include techniques for decreasing physical activity, increasing attention span, helping the child to focus while ignoring distractions, and overwhelming impulsivity by teaching the “hesitation response.” ADD / ADHD and School: Helping Children with ADHD http://www.helpguide .org/mental/adhd_add _teaching_strategies. htm Jeanne Segal, Ph.D. and Melinda Smith, M.A. Article 06/2014 This article offers tip on how to manage Adhd and teaching tips to help children succeed in school. There are several entries about how the child can manage and get organized with a few tips to prepare them for school. Teaching Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder schstat/research/pubs/ adhd/adhd-teaching-2006.pdf U.S. Department of Education Handbook 2006 This handbook offers instructional strategies to help children succeed in school and provide them with a valuable learning success. Child’s academic success is often dependent on his or her ability to attend to tasks and teacher and classroom expectations with minimal distraction. Such skill enables a student to acquire necessary information, complete assignments, and participate in classroom activities and