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I’m trying to learn for my Writing class and I’m stuck. Can you help?Please answer these two separate questions. Using Reference below. Each question should have an answer of at least 200 words.#1Review the “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead—Conversation about Special Education” video segments. Consider the advice Richard Lavoie offers regarding fairness in the classroom, fairness at home, learned helplessness, and the danger of making assumptions. Discuss the implications of each of these ideas for your future practice and explain whether you agree or disagree with the ideas presented by addressing each of the following:
How does Lavoie define and explain fairness in the classroom?
What advice does Lavoie offer to parents regarding fairness?
What does Lavoie say about learned helplessness and assumptions, and why does he discuss them?
#2 Students may argue about fairness and ask why a student with special education needs is treated differently regarding behavioral discipline, accommodations, etc. Review the “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead-Conversation about Special Education,” focusing on the “Fairness in the Classroom’ section. Consider the statement, “Fair is not always equal.” Discuss how you, as a teacher, will address the issue of fairness without divulging confidential information.Reference to use View the segments below from “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead-Conversation about Special Education,” located on Films on Demand (2005).
“Fairness in the Classroom”
“Fairness in the Family”
“Diagnosis: Learned Helplessness”
“Teachers: Assume Nothing”
Requirements: 200 words per question


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