Education Terms: part 1

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Policies that call for students to receive automatic suspensions or expulsions as punishment for certain offenses, primarily those involving weapons, threats, or drugs.
National Education Association (NEA) and American Federation of Teachers (AFT) are examples of what?
What teachers teach & students learn
The socioeconomic level composed of blue-collar workers who perform manual labor
A part of teachers' professional knowledge that includes the ability to represent abstract concepts in ways students understand
Multidimensional events in a classroom (3)
Experienced teachers who offer guidance and support for beginning teachers
Rewards that com from within oneself & are personally satisfying for emotional or intellectual reasons
People with low incomes who continually struggle with economic problems
Examples are: Culture & ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, academic ability, gender, learner exceptionalities
Professional experiences for beginning teachers that provide assistance to ease the transition into teaching
The set of moral standards for acceptable professional behavior
Provision of NCLB that requires students to show progress in state tests
Children who return to empty houses after school and who are left alone until parents arrive from work
The socioeconomic level composed of managers, administrators, and white-collar workers who perform nonmanual work
A reauthorization of the elementary & secondary education act that mandates statewide testing in reading & math for grades 3-8 and holds individual schools accountable for student
A supplement to a teacher's base salary used to reward exemplary performance
The capacity to control one's own personal life
The Process of gathering information and providing feedback that teachers can use to improve their practice
At-risk students who have been able to rise above adverse conditions to succeed in school and in other aspects of life
A systematic or repetitious abuse of power between students
The combination of family income, parents' occupations, and level of parental education
The process of gathering information about a teacher's competence, usually for the purpose of making decisions about retention and promotion. Can also apply to students' academic p
A form of applied research designed to answer a specific school- or classroom-related question
Multidimensional events in a classroom (2)
Rewards that come from the outside, such as job security & vacations
Multidimensional events in a classroom (4)
The socioeconomic level composed of people who typically make less than $25,000 per year, have a high school education or less, and work in low-paying, entry-level jobs
The socioeconomic class composed of highly educated, highly paid professionals who make up about 5% of the population
Unwanted and/or unwelcome sexual-oriented behavior that interferes with a student's sense of well-being
Special recognition by a professional organization indicating that an individual has met rigorous requirements specified by the organization
Multidimensional events in a classroom (1)

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