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Matching Directions: Match each of the four approaches to educating students

Question : Matching Directions: Match each of the four approaches to educating students : 1987690

Matching

Directions: Match each of the four approaches to educating students at risk with its appropriate descriptor.

a.compensation

b.prevention

c.transition

d.intervention

21.Fairmount Elementary has established a number of programs designed to top problems before they occur. Some of these programs address issues related to drug use and child abuse, healthcare, abuse, and making positive life choices.

P305, A, D3

22.Faculty and staff at Hillcrest High School are committed to intervening immediately in problematic situations in an aggressive manner.

P305, A, D3

23.Mount Royal High School is located in a poverty-stricken urban area. Students who attend this school participate in a number of effective programs designed to prepare them for the success in the workplace.

P305, A, D3

24.Arlington Elementary is a comprehensive school in that medical, dental, social work, counselling, and other services are located on the school premises.

P305, A, D3

Matching

Directions: Match each of the following strategies for educating students at risk with its appropriate descriptor.

a.magnet schools

b.accelerated schools

c.cooperative learning

d.alternative schools

25.Many of the students who attend Carver High School might be considered to be at risk. This is interesting since the mission of this school is to provide students with the opportunity to develop their interests and strengths in the language arts.

P308, A, D3

26.At McElwain Elementary, students are provided with numerous opportunities to learn in small groups.

P308, A, D3

27.Charles E. Brown High School is located in a low-income, inner city area. The emphasis in this school, however, is one of high expectations and achievement. That is, teachers at this school focus on achievement rather than remediation.

P308, A, D3

28.Nine-year-old Amy is considered to be at risk. She attends a non-graded school in which there is emphasis on self-paced learning.

P308, A, D3

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