give you the chance to either strengthen or weaken a student’s relationship with education and you!
Teaching kids about mental health literacy can help improve the _____ towards it
Teachers do not ______ mental illness but should know the signs to watch out for and who to reach out to for support.
Teachers can provide ________ and support for students to help with stress levels.
______ built between student and teacher, peers, themselves, and/or learning can determine their engagement and success with learning (both positive and negatively)
Reframe, recognize, reduce the stress, reflect, and respond are the 5 steps to ______
Building a Healthy learning environment should be _______ for all students, accommodate all backgrounds, consider outside environment and be adapted when needed.
Regular _______ can help with building a healthy Learning environment by providing structure for students, can lower feelings of stress and uncertainty.
Teachers are the _______ workers with youth and should not take their responsibility lightly. It is important to build and maintain trust and respect within the classroom to create a positive environment for all to grow.
____ involving feedback provides feedback on how students can improve, what can be done differently and is ongoing.
____ involving feedback is fixed and focus on position in class. Consider feedback choice when creating a healthy learning environment that promotes growth.
Have students ______ and critique there learning, this teaches students to expand thinking, be able to explain reasoning and can indicate gaps. Focus on learning and work ethic rather than outcome. This teaches students persistence in their learning!
Both engagement and disengagement are reciprocal and ______ : Highly engaged (Disengagement) --> Increase (Less) student engagement --> Increased (decreased) attainment, enjoyment, belonging.
Many different __________ can have an effect on a student’s readiness to learn and often times those that are affected by one determinant are affected by multiple. These are aspects of a child’s wellbeing we as teachers need to consider when creating a healthy learning environment.
_____ goals can help challenge our learning and goal setting in general can lead to focused learners as it provides the learning with purpose.
The brain is very adaptable and always changing/growing. At a young age the brain shows high levels of ______ which is important to teach our kids to increase self-efficacy and remember as teachers to not judge based on past behaviour or teacher’s opinion.
It is important to remember there are _____domains of stress a child could be under: biological, emotional, cognitive, social, prosocial. All these can lead to blue brain being damned and red brain taking over.
Reframe idea of misbehaviour when children act out to ________.
_____ is deliberate and bad where stress behaviour is due to overload and actions based on feeling need to protect or survive.
As teachers we should strive to keep our students in their _____ brain where they are aware of actions and ready to learn. Red brain will be damned students’ blue brain and lead to stress response. Less learning can occur, and stress behaviour can occur.
Students with mental illness should not be blamed and teachers must realize treatment is not linear or _______ for each student.
The Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) often referred as ____ Health and Safety
As a business owner there are _____ requirements that you must comply with to ensure your workplace meets WHS obligation
WHS involves the assessment and migration of risks that may impact the health, safety or ____ of those in your workplace
One of the responsibility of an employer is to provide safe _______
One of the responsibly of an ________ is to protect their own health and safety
Anything with the potential to cause injury
The likelihood of this hazard resulting in an injury
One of the step to manage work health and safety risks is to ______ hazards
Codes of _____ are practical guides to achieving the standards of health, safety and welfare required under the Work Health and Safety Act and WHS Regulations in jurisdiction
An employee has a legal duty to _____ with an employer
An employer has a legal duty to provide
There are many hazards in an office such as incorrect workstation set-up, poor lighting, poor layout of furniture and equipment, poor ___________ etc...
One of the hazards when working in an office environment is ________ hazards
A disorder you get from sitting too long in an office
Some of the leading type of disabling office accidents are: falls and slips, _____ and over-exertion, struck by or striking against object and caught in object
The type of basic hazard categories is ______, chemical, biological and ergonomic
Some of the safe work practices are to never stand on the char or table to reach anything. The top of your computer should be at ____ level to avoid neck strain. Use safe lifting practices (bending your knees)
Loose lying cables can cause: tripping hazards, _________ and damage to equipment
If injuries or accident happen you must report all injuries or accident __________
Duties of employers to their employees is to train them, provide protection and maintain a healthy working __________
their first facial expression
a skill to be social
begins to move around
your child will begin to develop this
from early childhood until adolescence
the stage that deals with how your body operates, moves, and develops
the stage that deals with feelings
the stage that involves how the brain works development, the act of changing either intellectually, emotionally, socially, or physically
the stage that deals with how you interact with others
a child between the ages of 0 and 12 months
a child between the ages of 2 and 3
a child's development of how they think and understand the world around them
the child's ability to communicate and express their feelings
a child's main way of learning
helps you and your child learn a little more about each other
the child's ability to see near and far, and to understand what you see
recently just born
being taught and understanding the things around them
larger movements when baby use their body to move around
an action that involves your baby using their muscles
the bond between a baby and a parent
producing the sounds that form words
the words that a child would understand
when the developmental milestones are not reached by the expected time period
babies learn to feel secure, talk and, enjoy being with other people
care for and protect the child while growing up
the ability to hear, listen and interpret sounds
the ability to learn and interact with others
provide energy and nutrients for the child to grow and develop
able to show affection
How many categories of special education are there?
Our nations special education law
Where should all children be placed?
Available services with no cost to the student and family
You are an _____
Adapting or adjusting teaching styles
Changing class work for the student
When students with disabilities are in your general education classroom
IEP meetings are _____
How do parents know you are providing the best for their child?
The IEP meetings are at the time that the ____ want
"I am the decisive ______ in the classroom "
LRE is least restrictive for the ____ not the teacher.
Protects privacy of students and families
What is the "F" word?
What is the most common learning disability?
What part of the brain controls the understanding of language?
If a child is diagnosed with dyslexia, who else in their family is likely to have difficulty with reading?
Difficulty learning and ______________ letter of the alphabet.
Doesn't associate letters with
A dyslexic student usually does this with reading.
dyslexic student reads slow and __________.
hesitates when speaking or uses __________?
Self esteem can be
Can figure things out
Has a great ________.
With early detection, dyslexia can be.
Dyslexic students have the most difficulty with.
instead of hand writing assignments, teacher can let students use.
do not mark off for
give ________ homework.
give ______ homework
Respect means that each person values who the other is and understands the other person’s boundaries.
Partners should place trust in each other and give each other the benefit of the doubt.
Honesty builds trust and strengthens the relationship.
In a dating relationship, each partner does not always get his or her way. Each should acknowledge different points of view and be willing to give and take.
Neither partner should have to compromise who he/she is, and his/her identity should not be based on a partner’s. Each should continue seeing his or her friends and doing the things he/she loves. Each should be supportive of his/her partner wanting to pursue new hobbies or make new friends.
Each partner should speak honestly and openly to avoid miscommunication. If one person needs to sort out his or her feelings first, the other partner should respect those wishes and wait until he or she is ready to talk.
We all get angry, but how we express it can affect our relationships with others. Anger can be handled in healthy ways such as taking a deep breath, counting to ten, or talking it out.
Everyone argues at some point, but those who are fair, stick to the subject, and avoid insults are more likely to come up with a possible solution. Partners should take a short break away from each other if the discussion gets too heated.
Dating partners can learn to solve problems and identify new solutions by breaking a problem into small parts or by talking through the situation.
Each partner should take time to understand what the other might be feeling.
When dating partners have confidence in themselves, it can help their relationships with others. It shows that they are calm and comfortable enough to allow others to express their opinions without forcing their own opinions on them.
By embodying what respect means, partners can inspire each other, friends, and family to also behave in a respectful way.
Dating partners engage in a sexual relationship that both are comfortable with, and neither partner feels pressured or forced to engage in sexual activity that is outside his or her comfort zone or without consent.
Body composition can be measured by a ______ calculator.
_____ calipers are another way body composition can be measured.
Keeping your health ____ in complete balance can keep you and your body healthy
The heart's purpose is to keep ____ pumping through your body.
Listening to music is one example of how to manage _____.
Muscular ______: The most weight you can lift or the most force you can exert at one time.
Anything dealing with the body is _____
Your body should be consistently working at _______ during exercises.
It is recommended that teenagers get _____ hours of sleep.
To improve your physical health you can _____ eat healthy, and have good hygiene.
Training and lifting ____ focuses on muscular strength and endurance.
A combination of physical,mental/ emotional, and social well- being is _____.
Expressing your feelings in positive ways is an example of mental/______ health.
The 3 phases of an exercise/ work-out program are warm up, ____, and cool down.
The highest heart rate an individual cans safely achieve through exercise stress is ______.
The ability to move joints fully and easily through a full range of motion is ______.
Gentle exercises _____ to prepare your muscles for moderate to vigorous activity.
_____ composition refers to the ration of body fat to lean body tissue.
______ is when you get along with one another and you interact.
_______: Gentle exercises that let your body adjust to ending a workout.
A trainee engages in learning an occupation under the guidance and direction of a skilled worker; a 3-4 year training program on-the- job training with related technical instruction.
Advising, Placement, and Retention System – an assessment-advising program designed to identify the basic skill levels of students as they enter two-year institutions.
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery – is a test developed and maintained by the United States Department of Defense.
Achieved after completion of a curriculum meeting the demands of a 4- year college program.
A written statement that is accepted as proof of certain facts; often relating to the attainment of specific skills.
Postsecondary career, educational and financial planning site; provides comprehensive information in a web-based format of middle and high school students, parents, and counselors. This site includes comparative information about all of North Carolina’s two and four year postsecondary institutions, financial aid, and application services. This program is a partnership among the University of North Carolina General Administration, the College Foundation of North Carolina, and the State Educational Assistance Authority.
A postsecondary school where a student might receive a bachelor’s degree, master’s, or doctoral degree in a specific discipline.
Type of college with up to 2-year programs leading to certificates, diplomas, or associate degrees.
Paid employment with an educational component provided in a career-technical class and supervised by school personnel.
A pathway, which a student selects in high school.
End-of- course assessment.
Allows the student the opportunity to observe and participate in activities related to a career field; supervised by school personnel and related to the student’s career choice. (May be paid or unpaid)
A short-term experience that allows the student to follow an experienced worker and see the day-to- day activities of a particular career.
An advanced 2-year program completed after attainment of a bachelor’s degree.
A certified, experienced, skilled craftsperson that has successfully completed an apprenticeship program.
Special skills may be developed through educational programs in the armed services.
Paid employment that is not supervised by school personnel; may or may not be related to the student’s career choice.
Education after high school.
A privately owned school that operates for profit for those seeking vocational training.
Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test: A practice test that measures the critical thinking, mathematical reasoning, and writing skills that students need to do college-level work.
Education and training provided by an employer that usually takes place at a work site.
Scholastic Aptitude Test – a test that measures the critical thinking mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills students need to do college-level work.
(CTSO-Career and Technical Student Organization) Vocational student organization; nonprofit, national organization with state and local chapters that exist to develop leadership skills and good citizenship among members; each organization is composed of vocational students interested in a specific occupational area.
Practices used to prepare for learning and assessment of subject matter.
Practices used to prepare for learning and assessment of subject matter.
An academic record; an official record of grades earned during a high school career.
Vocational Competency Achievement Tracking System is a competency-based instructional management system that focuses on the individual student and tracks his/her achievement in relation to a predetermined set of core competencies.
A contribution of free labor, usually to a non-profit organization.
Oral and written language used for academic purposes.
Specific ways that academic language (vocabulary, functions, discourse, syntax) is used by students to participate in learning tasks through reading, writing, listening, and/or speaking to demonstrate their disciplinary understanding.
The content and language focus of the learning task represented by the active verbs within the learning outcomes.
Includes words and phrases that are used within disciplines including: (1) words and phrases with subject-specific meanings that differ from meanings used in everyday life (e.g., table); (2) general academic vocabulary used across disciplines (e.g., compare, analyze, evaluate); and (3) subject-specific words defined for use in the discipline.
Includes the structures of written and oral language, as well as how members of the discipline talk, write, and participate in knowledge construction.
The set of conventions for organizing symbols, words, and phrases together into structures.
The scaffolds, representations, and pedagogical strategies teachers provide to help learners understand, use, and practice the concepts and language they need to learn within disciplines.
Refers to the activities undertaken by teachers and by their students that provide information to be used as feedback to modify teaching and learning activities.
Refers to specific background information that students bring to the learning environment which includes interests, knowledge, everyday experiences, family backgrounds
Refers to the cultural backgrounds and practices that students bring to the learning environment, such as traditions, languages and dialects, worldviews, literature, and art
Refers to common backgrounds and experiences that students bring from the community where they live, such as resources, local landmarks, community events and practices
Submitted as part of each task and, along with artifacts, make up your evidence.
Performance indicators or dimensions that are used to assess evidence of student learning that indicates the qualities by which levels of performance can be differentiated and that anchor judgments about the learner’s degree of success on an assessment.
Includes activities, discussions, or other modes of participation that engage students to develop, practice, and apply skills and knowledge related to a specific learning goal.
Consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that indicate in a numerical way the information understood from the assessment
consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that includes descriptions of understandings, misunderstandings, and/or developmental approximations that could explain quantitative patterns
Instructional strategies, learning tasks and materials, and other resources deliberately designed to facilitate student learning of the central focus.
A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well with each other
A positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person and specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem.
Includes transitional spelling or other attempts to use skills or strategies just beyond a student’s current level/capability.
An approach selected deliberately by a reader or writer to comprehend or compose text.
Specific knowledge needed for reading and writing, including phonemic/phonological awareness; print concepts; decoding; word analysis; sight-word recognition; and spelling, punctuation, or other language conventions.
Literacy skills that students will develop and practice while learning an essential literacy strategy for comprehending or composing text within the learning segment.
An assessment given periodically, to determine at a particular point in time what students know and do not know relative to content standards.
Assessments are incorporated into classroom practice and can provide information needed to adjust teaching and learning as students approach full mastery of content
The capacity to think logically about the relationships among concepts and situations.
Conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and reasoning/problem-solving skills.
A critical component of mathematical proficiency
Means to support students to revisit and review a topic with a different set of strategies, representations, and/or focus to develop understandings and/or correct misconceptions.
The term representation refers both to process and to product
In case of a fire, you should know the location of this important piece of equipment.
You should always ________ the day's experiment before you begin, paying close to safety issues.
Secure loose or dangling _________ before beginning a lab.
Wearing this will protect your clothes.
In case of a fire in the lab you should _________.
What you need before you bring an animal to the lab or classroom.
_______ one chemical with another can be dangerous. Never do so unless the textbook or your teacher has specifically asked you too.
Never work _________ in the laboratory.
Never pour water into this; instead, slowly pour this into water.
If a chemical comes into contact with your eyes, wash them for at least ____________ minutes.
Handle scissors, scalpels, knives, and other _________ objects with extreme caution.
When heating something in this type of glassware, never point it at yourself or anyone else.
Never _________ any liquid while in the lab, unless specifically instructed to do so by your teacher.
Know where this communication tool is before you begin any lab; you may need to find it in case of an emergency.
Report accidents to your teacher, no matter how _________ they may seem.
Some of these are corrosive.
Only _____ lab equipment as your teacher instructs you to do so.
Don't wear ___________ in the laboratory, closed toe shoes are the best to wear.
This kind of glassware is dangerous to use because it has stress points where the glass may break.
_______ carefully to your teacher; they may tell you important information regarding the lab or equipment.
______ heath: Anything dealing with your body.
The hearts purpose is to keep ______ pumping
Refers to the ability of each joint to express its full range of motion
Keeping your health ______ in complete balance can keep you and your body heathly
Muscular _____: is the most weight you can lift or the most force you can exert at one time.
Gentle exercises ______ to prepare your muscles for moderate to vigorous activity
_____ composition refers to the ratio of body fat
Your body should be consistently working at ______ during exercise.
Listening to music is one example of how to mange _____
It is recommended that teenagers get ______ hours of sleep
To improve your physical health you can ______, eat healthy, and have good hygiene.
Training and lifting _____ focusing on muscular strength and endurance.
The ability to move joints fully and easily through a full range of motion is is ______
The maximum force a muscle or muscle group can produce is _______.
Is the ability of a sports performer to quickly and precisely move or change direction without losing their balance is _________
Expressing your feelings your feelings in t positive was is an example of ________ health.
_______ composition refers to the ratio of body fat moderate vigorous activity.
______ calipers are another way body composition can be measured.
______ is when you get along with one another and you interact
Gentle exercise that let your body adjust to ending a workout is ______