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Ohio APK Adolescence to Young Adult: Educator Responsibilities - Chapter Summary
Before you take the Ohio APK Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) test, use this chapter to reinforce your understanding of the requirements you must meet as a teacher, the legal obligations of a teacher and ways of dealing with stress at work. These lessons are taught by expert instructors who are also available to answer any questions you have about these topics. Topics covered in this chapter include prepare you to answer questions about:
- What it takes to become an effective teacher
- The No Child Left Behind Act
- Trends in special education
- IDEA, Education for All Handicapped Children Act and Section 504 Regulations
- Qualifications for special educations
- Title IX
- Work place stress and how to deal with it
- Employee self-assessments
In addition to watching these videos, complete the lesson quizzes to improve your mastery of the material. Use the quizzes to find topics you don't fully comprehend, then return to the lesson videos to improve your understanding of the material. For an alternative review of the material, try reading the lesson transcripts.
Ohio APK Adolescence to Young Adult: Educator Responsibilities Chapter Objectives
The state of Ohio uses the OAE APK Adolescence to Young Adults (7-12) test to certify educators interested in teaching grades 7-12. On test day, you will be given 100 computer-administered multiple-choice questions and two written assignments in a three- hour testing session. Of the material covered in this exam, 50% belong to the domain of Assessments, Instruction and the Learning Environment, which includes a case study written response item. This chapter has been assembled to help you prepare questions in this domain on educator responsibilities.
1. Becoming an Effective Teacher
Understanding the principles and theories of educational psychology is essential for teachers but simply understanding is not enough. Future teachers must embrace sound educational principles and seek opportunities for growth throughout their careers. This lesson will focus on the qualities of an effective teacher, including pedagogical content knowledge awareness, reflective teaching and action research.
2. No Child Left Behind: Summary, Pros & Cons
The No Child Left Behind Act has been both influential and controversial since it was first passed over a decade ago. But what exactly is it? In this lesson, we'll explore the No Child Left Behind Act, including its pros and cons.
3. Current Trends in Special Education
It has been estimated that 54% of students with disabilities are receiving their instruction in the regular classroom 80% or more of the day. With more students with disabilities receiving their instruction in the general education classroom, support for inclusion has increased.
4. IDEA: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - History and Summary
It is important for all teachers to understand the 2004 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and how it impacts students with disabilities. This lesson discusses the six main principles of IDEA and how they are implemented in the classroom.
5. Education for All Handicapped Children Act: Summary & Impact
With all the different types of people out there, how do we make sure that every child gets a good education? In this lesson, we'll examine one of the laws that tries to answer that question: the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975.
6. What Are Section 504 Regulations & Accommodations in Public Schools?
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a critical piece of legislation designed to protect individuals with disabilities. In this video, we will explore the components of Section 504 as well as how it impacts school-aged students.
7. How Students Qualify for Special Education Services
Understanding how students qualify for special education services can seem like an overwhelming task, but it doesn't have to be. In this video, we will break down the basics of special education qualification in the K-12 public school system.
8. Title IX & Gender Equity: Definition & Facts
Many people have heard of Title IX with regards to athletics, but did you know that it goes way beyond just letting girls play sports? In this lesson, we'll examine the scope of Title IX and its impact on education and gender equality.
9. Consequences of Stress at Work: Physiological, Psychological & Behavioral Symptoms
Stress can affect individuals in many different ways on the job. Individual Stress consists of physiological, psychological and behavioral symptoms. All three behavioral symptoms can cause immense organizational distress.
10. How to Deal with Stress in the Workplace
Workplace stress is a mental or emotional strain on an individual due to specific work circumstances. Most individuals feel stress during their daily work. There are many techniques that can be used to help deal with stress in the workplace.
11. Employee Self-Assessment: Example & Concept
Successful people are able to use feedback from colleagues and managers to develop their skills and abilities. In this lesson, you'll learn the importance of soliciting and applying feedback from your most important critic - yourself.
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Other chapters within the Ohio Assessments for Educators - Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) APK (003): Practice & Study Guide course
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- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Learning Processes
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Student Diversity
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Student Assessments
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Interpreting Assessment Data
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Curriculum Planning
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Instructional Approaches & Best Practices
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Student Motivation & Communication
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Classroom Management
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Family & Community Collaboration
- Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Education Oversight & Advancement
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