Type
Word Search
Description

Social
Observation
Daily Interaction
Well- Managed
Frequent
Teacher Interaction
Assessment Scoring System
Pre-k
Domains
Objectives
Clarity of Learning
Student Interest
Materials
Variety Of Modalities
Preparation
Transitions
Routines
Time
Maximizing Learning
Productivity
Student Behavior
Misbehavior
Redirection
Proactive
Expectations
Clear Behavioral
Effective Facilitation
Instructional Learning
Behavior Management
Classroom Organization

CLassroom Management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

allotment of time that has been used within different activities and specific exercises. Allocated Time
the portion of instructional time that students spend directly involved in learning activities. Engaged Time
The ability to direct and control our actions and emotions. Self-Regulation
An established or official way of doing something. Procedures
Having eyes in the back of your head Withitness
Is an approach to classroom management developed Assertive Discipline
a result of something a person does. Logical Consequences
Deliberate infliction of pain in response to misbehavior. Corporal Punishment
to force him or her to do what one wants. Bullying
Bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Cyberbullying
The amount of time left for teaching after routine management and administrative tasks are completed. Instructional Time
The amount of time students are successful while engaged in learning activities. Academic Learning Time

Careers in Child Care Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. Social Worker
Help children to make sense of difficult life experiences or complex psychological issues through the activity of play. Play Therapist
Duties include selecting materials for the children's collection, monitoring behavior of children, maintaining collection, and training staff. Children's Librarian
Assist in placing children needing parents with adoptive parents that are looking for children. Adoption Agency
Transport children to and from school. Bus Driver
Specialize in the proper nutritional care of infants and young active pre-adolescent youth. Child Dietician
Someone who studies the mental, social and emotional development of children. Child Psychologist
Interacting with children and organizing their activities on a day-to-day basis Activity Coordinator
The art/practice of taking and processing photographs of children. Child Photographer
Provide a quality, caring and supportive child care program that addresses their unique child care needs. Early Child Educator
Help clients with divorces, guardianships, prenuptial agreements, adoptions, parental rights and custody. Family Law
The voice of child welfare in Ontario for over 100 years, enhancing and promoting the welfare and well-being of children, youth and families. CAS
A person (typically a woman) trained to assist women in childbirth. Midwife
A person, typically a woman, employed to care for a child in its own home. Nanny
A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. Nurse
Assists pediatricians by assessing a patient's needs and providing initial patient care. Pediatric Nurse
A type of early childhood educator who instructs children from 2 to age 4. Preschool Teacher
Instruct students in secondary public or private schools in one or more subjects at the secondary level, such as English, mathematics, or social studies. Secondary Teacher
Provide much needed instructional support to classroom teachers and students. Teacher's Aid
Teaching academics to children who are in the hospital either short-term or long-term for various illnesses and conditions. Hospital Teacher

EDEC 4300 Test 1 Part 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

almost any form of measurement and appraisal of what children can know and can do, including tests, observations, interviews, reports, etc. These measurements are used to identify strengths, needs, and progress of the students in the classrooms so that teachers can help students learn. assessment
a type of assessment where a chid demonstrates a skill or creates a product that shows their learning. Children do something and show their learning, leading to teacher adjustments to support student learning. performance
an assessment that is part of children’s ongoing life and learning in the classroom, playground, and other typical school and center settings. This assessment is used to assess students in real ways that make sense to children, such as solving a classroom problem. authentic
This refers to a type of assessment that is usually made by commercial testing companies, has a testing manual, and compares individual scores to scores of a specific population. Teachers are expected to prepare students for these in order to meet state and national requirements. standardized
refers to any type of assessment other than standardized tests and similar developmental inventories and achievement tests. Also known as informal assessments, these are frequently used in classrooms to identify the progress of students and guide teacher decisions. alternative
a type of assessment that refers to gathering information that is then used to shape and improve an instructional program. It assesses for student learning and helps give feedback to the teacher to form instruction and make adjustments. formative
This is an abbreviation that represents the strategy used to distinguish between students who may be struggling to learn and those who are learning disabled. Teachers use this as a “pre referral” for special education to services, where high quality-instruction is delivered to target the student’s needs. RTI
an assessment is described as this when it is reproducible and dependable. Teachers should make sure to follow directions, be aware of a child’s current condition, and take multiple measures of behaviors. reliable
a test, procedure, result, or use that unfairly discriminates against one group in favor of another. Teachers must make sure they check for this and consider and respect diverse populations in the creation and administration of assessments. bias
refers to children’s current condition or situation with respect to any particular aspect of growth, development, or learning. Teachers use this information to monitor children and guide classroom planning, along with identifying children who may need special help, and reporting/communicating to others. status
This is an abbreviation that represents a team of individuals (ex. counselor, principle, intervention specialist) that provides classroom teachers with ideas and intervention supports. Teachers must plan on being a part of these teams and incorporating tier intervention strategies. IAT
This term refers to child growth and development (ex. cognitive, affective, psychomotor, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical). Teachers must plan to gather information on the development of these through assessment. domains
This term refers to academic subjects such as science, math, reading, social studies, and creative arts. Teachers assess these areas to monitor children’s strengths, needs, and progress. disciplines
these specify what the state expects children to learn. To align with these requirements, teachers use these to plan and guide their teaching and assessments. standards

Educational and Career Exploration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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. apprenticeship
Advising, Placement, and Retention System – an assessment-advising program designed to identify the basic skill levels of students as they enter two-year institutions. ASSET
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery – is a test developed and maintained by the United States Department of Defense. ASVAB
Achieved after completion of a curriculum meeting the demands of a 4- year college program. Bachelors degree
A written statement that is accepted as proof of certain facts; often relating to the attainment of specific skills. Certificate
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. CFNC
A postsecondary school where a student might receive a bachelor’s degree, master’s, or doctoral degree in a specific discipline. College/University
Type of college with up to 2-year programs leading to certificates, diplomas, or associate degrees. Community college
Paid employment with an educational component provided in a career-technical class and supervised by school personnel. Cooperative education
A pathway, which a student selects in high school. Course of study
End-of- course assessment. EOC
A purpose/objective. Goals
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) Internship
A short-term experience that allows the student to follow an experienced worker and see the day-to- day activities of a particular career. Job shadowing
An advanced 2-year program completed after attainment of a bachelor’s degree. Masters degree
A certified, experienced, skilled craftsperson that has successfully completed an apprenticeship program. Journey Worker
Special skills may be developed through educational programs in the armed services. Military
Paid employment that is not supervised by school personnel; may or may not be related to the student’s career choice. Parttime jobs
Education after high school. Postsecondary
A privately owned school that operates for profit for those seeking vocational training. Proprietary school
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. PSAT
Education and training provided by an employer that usually takes place at a work site. On the job training
Scholastic Aptitude Test – a test that measures the critical thinking mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills students need to do college-level work. SAT
(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. Student organizations
Practices used to prepare for learning and assessment of subject matter. Study habits
Practices used to prepare for learning and assessment of subject matter. Test-taking skills
An academic record; an official record of grades earned during a high school career. Transcript
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. VOCATS
A contribution of free labor, usually to a non-profit organization. Volunteer

CLASS-Classroom Organization Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

CBE-Clarity of Rules
Proactive-Monitors
RM-Attention to the +
SB-Little aggression/defiance
MLT-Pacing
Routines-Clear Instructions
P-Materials ready/accessible
EF-Teacher Involvement
VMM-Hands on opportunities
SI-Active Participation
CLO-Summaries
CLO-Reorientation statements
SI-Listening
EF-Expanding involvement
VMM-Range of A,V,M
P-Knows lessons
RM-Efficent Redirection
Proactive-Low Reactivity
RM-Subtle clues to redirect
Proactive-Anticipates
MLT-Choice when finished
Transitions-Brief
Trans-Learn. Opps. Within
SB-Frequent Compliance

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Chapter 7 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

behavior
discipline
disruptive student
distraction
establishing rules
goal setting
group behavior
hurdle lesson
improvement
interest boosting
management
monitor performance
objective
peer tutoring
persistence of learning
planned ignoring
problematic behavior
proximity control
reinforcement
routine
self-management
signal interference
student performance
student safety
technique

Case Management Week 2015 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

team work
social workers
nurses
ethics
discharge
facilitation
planning
assessment
savings
coordination
support
advocate
quality
transition
organize
health care
case management

Unit 5 Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The rate at which a teacher moves through the components of a lesson. pacing
Reflecting on what the have learned, its purpose, and its meaning. closure
Students think deeply about an issue or something they have learned. reflective responses
A form of small-group learning in which everyone works together to achieve a common goal. cooperative learning
The teacher's role is to present the information that is to be learned and to direct the learning process of students. teacher-centered method
The teacher acts as a facilitator or guide. learner-centered method
Detailed lines of what will be taught, how it will be taught, why it is being taught, and how learning will be assessed. lesson plans
Statements or questions taken from a standard. essential questions
The opening that hooks the students into the topic or lesson. activating strategy
Learning experiences used to help students learn the content and reach objectives. teaching strategy
Assessments linked directly back to those identified in the objectives. summarizing strategy
An ongoing part of instruction designed to provide feedback about students' learning as it is occurring. formative assessment
Measures results, assessing whether learning objectives have been met, scored, and graded. summarize assessment
Students create something to show what they know. alternative assessment
Focused on grades and rankings, and is based on knowledge, curriculum, and skills. traditional assessment
Well-developed thinking skills prepare learners to deal with new situations and challenges. critical thinking
A scoring tool that list the criteria for judging work. rubric
List of items to note, check, or remember when evaluating learning. checklist
A tool for evaluating alternative assessments that lists the characteristics or factors to use when evaluating learning. scorecard
Describes what students should be able to do at the end of the lesson. instructional objectives

Interpersonal Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Verbal and nonverbal communications, behaviors that enhance closeness Immediacy
The way an individual verbally and para-verbally interacts to signal how literal meaning should be taken Communicator Style
Competence, Character and Caring Credibility
Appropriate, incremental and reciprocal personal information shared Self-disclosure
The process by which the behavior of the student influences the teacher's behavior toward the students. This shows the students what the teachers expect which affects the student's self-concept. Teacher Expectancy Process
Your total image of yourself. Self-Concept
Initiate the relationship, experiment with behaviors, intensify by increased communication, and deterioration and natural occurring dissolution Relationship Stages
How positive you feel about yourself Self-esteem
Behaving in ways people expect us to. Self-fulfilling prophecy
A teacher's belief that she can influence how well students learn Teacher Efficacy
Being prepared, enthusiastic, clear, funny, fair, researched and giving assignments Student Expectations
________ affects our self-concept, and our self-concept affects how and what we communicate. Communication
Age, gender, race, culture, and nationality Self-disclosure influences
_____ has a positive impact on student attention, confidence, and satisfaction of the class Immediacy
____guidelines are to know the child's background, create a positive atmosphere, make the right comments, offer realistic suggestions, listen, conclude asking assessment of understanding questions, and request a follow-up if necessary. parent-teacher conference

Vocabulary Glossary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Oral and written language used for academic purposes. academic language
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. language demands
The content and language focus of the learning task represented by the active verbs within the learning outcomes. language functions
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. vocabulary
Includes the structures of written and oral language, as well as how members of the discipline talk, write, and participate in knowledge construction. discourse
The set of conventions for organizing symbols, words, and phrases together into structures. syntax
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. language supports
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. assessment
Refers to specific background information that students bring to the learning environment which includes interests, knowledge, everyday experiences, family backgrounds personal assets
Refers to the cultural backgrounds and practices that students bring to the learning environment, such as traditions, languages and dialects, worldviews, literature, and art cultural assets
Refers to common backgrounds and experiences that students bring from the community where they live, such as resources, local landmarks, community events and practices community assets
Submitted as part of each task and, along with artifacts, make up your evidence. commentary
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. evaluation criteria
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. learning task
Consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that indicate in a numerical way the information understood from the assessment Quantitative patterns
consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that includes descriptions of understandings, misunderstandings, and/or developmental approximations that could explain quantitative patterns Qualitative patterns
Instructional strategies, learning tasks and materials, and other resources deliberately designed to facilitate student learning of the central focus. planned supports
A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well with each other rapport
A positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person and specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. respect
Includes transitional spelling or other attempts to use skills or strategies just beyond a student’s current level/capability. developmental approximations
An approach selected deliberately by a reader or writer to comprehend or compose text. essential literacy strategy
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
Literacy skills that students will develop and practice while learning an essential literacy strategy for comprehending or composing text within the learning segment. related skills
An assessment given periodically, to determine at a particular point in time what students know and do not know relative to content standards. Summative assessments
Assessments are incorporated into classroom practice and can provide information needed to adjust teaching and learning as students approach full mastery of content formative assessments
The capacity to think logically about the relationships among concepts and situations. mathematical reasoning
Conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and reasoning/problem-solving skills. mathematical understandings
A critical component of mathematical proficiency procedural fluency
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. re-engagement
The term representation refers both to process and to product representation