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Williamsg module3 powerpoint
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Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
Williamsg module3 powerpoint
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  • 1. Quality of education in public schools vs. home schools<br />
  • 2. Research Topic <br />Quality of Education<br />Home School<br />Vs.<br />Public School<br />
  • 3. Problem<br />Our problem is the <br />QUALITY of EDUCATION<br />In Public school vs. Home School<br />Students are lacking the skills needed to:<br /><ul><li>Think Critically
  • 4. Generalize Information
  • 5. Adapt to new environments using information learned in school</li></li></ul><li>Goal of Research<br />Which system is better for students? <br /> Home School System<br /> Public School System<br />Who do you think scored better on the ACT Test?<br />Home School students 22.6 <br />Public School students 20.9<br />Klicka, C. (2003-2010). Homeschoolers Excel in ACT College Entrance Exam. Retrieved September 28, 2010, from Home-School.com: http://www.home-school.com/news/act.html<br />
  • 6. Research Arguments and Data<br />
  • 7. Research Argument<br />Argument<br />Home School students’ achievement levels are exceptional.<br />“By the time home school students are in 8th grade, they are four years ahead of their public/private school counterparts.”http://www.conservativefront.com/2004/12/03/homeschool-vs-public-school<br />
  • 8. Research Argument<br />Argument<br /> Home School often can receive a superior education attuned specifically to:<br /><ul><li>their own needs
  • 9. learning styles
  • 10. personalities
  • 11. interests
  • 12. at far less cost than public school</li></ul>http://www.homeedmag.com/INF/STRT/strt_faq.html<br />
  • 13. Research Argument<br />Argument<br />Testing is under fire from many teachers and educators ,and many educational establishments are attempting to eliminate standardized testing in their schools (Groberg,2010) . <br />
  • 14. Research Data<br />Rudner, L. (1999, March 23). Scholastic Achievements and Demographic Characteristics of Home School Students in 1998. (G. V. Glass, Ed.) Retrieved from Educational Policy Analysis Archives, College of Education, Arizona State University: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/viewFile/543/666<br />
  • 15. What does this info mean?<br />
  • 16. Purpose<br /> Refine our understanding and definition of a quality education provided by Public versus Home Schools<br />Are we teaching and are students learning…<br /><ul><li>Critical Thinking Skills
  • 17. Adaptation
  • 18. Generalization</li></li></ul><li>Significance<br />Why?<br />Are the children really learning?<br />How effective will they be in the future?<br />To Whom?<br />Society<br />Students<br />Parents<br />Teachers<br />
  • 19. Significance<br />Benefits of Research<br /><ul><li>Awareness of problematic and effective learning strategies
  • 20. Assess actual student generalization vs. memorization
  • 21. Understand and incorporate best practices for teaching
  • 22. Provide higher quality of education specific to students’ needs</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion<br />Home Schooling provides more personal education plan which concludes in a higher quality of education. <br />Public Schooling provides an education based on learning to take a test instead of generalization of skills. <br />
  • 23. References<br />
  • 24. Bibliography<br />Barohny, E., Knotek, S. E., & Heining-Boynton, A. L. (2008). Reconceptualizingthe Zone of Proximal Development: The Importance of the Third Voice. EducPsycholRev, 20 (2), 133-147.<br />Chen, G. (2007, December 4). Public School vs. Private School. Retrieved September 28, 2010, from Public School Review: Elementary, Middle, and High Schools: http://www.publicschoolreview.com/articles/5<br />Klicka, C. (2003-2010). Homeschoolers Excel in ACT College Entrance Exam. Retrieved September 28, 2010, from Home-School.com: http://www.home- school.com/news/act.html<br />Groberg,Troy. (2010). Homeschool vs. Publicschool. The Conservative Front. Retrieved from http://www.conservativefront.com/2004/12/03/homeschool-vs-public-school/<br />Homeschool Information Library. (2010 September). Home Education Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.homeedmag.com/INF/STRT/strt_faq.html<br />Lindberg, J. A., Kelley, D. E., & Swick, A. M. (2005). Common-Sense Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press.<br />Rudner, L. (1999, March 23). Scholastic Achievements and Demographic Characteristics of Home School Students in 1998. (G. V. Glass, Ed.) Retrieved from Educational Policy Analysis Archives, College of Education, Arizona State University: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/viewFile/543/666<br />

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