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Academic Success & Failure - Chapter Summary
The video and text lessons in this chapter look at factors relating to student academic progress, such as family involvement, socioeconomic status and first spoken language. One of the lessons details ways to utilize evidence based-strategies in educational interventions. Another covers the learning environment in the classroom. By the end of this chapter, you should be prepared to:
- Explain why it's vital to develop evidence-based intervention strategies
- Name factors that influence academic progress
- List ways to deal with these factors
- Define classroom learning environment and discuss its importance
These lessons are taught by professionals in the field who make their lessons fun and informative at the same time! You can test your knowledge with the quizzes at the end of each lesson, and use the video tags to go back and review specific lesson segments that are giving you trouble. If you still have questions, you can contact the instructor for personal attention.
1. Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies in Education
Using evidence-based practices is important in all aspects of education, including when developing interventions. This lesson explains the importance of using evidence-based interventions and shows how to use them for the intervention process.
2. Factors Related to Student Academic Progress
How a student performs in school can be impacted by many factors. This lesson defines academic progress and identifies factors related to student success such as family involvement and student motivation.
3. Learning Environment in the Classroom: Definition, Impact & Importance
One of the most important things a teacher can do is provide a positive learning experience. Setting up a positive learning environment is tricky, but not difficult. Get ready to learn about how to do this and why.
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