Most classrooms are analogous in their basic structure. They typically consist of the essential accessories such as chairs, tables, and desks. However moving past the basic structures they become more unique. Their distinguished qualities, often correspond with varying influential factors. These factors include, instructor and subject matter, school setting, and student population.
I have been doing my student observation at Scobee Middle School with Coach David Ellis. He currently teaches 8th grade U.S. History. Coach Ellis has different approach for each child in his different classes. These approach help him keep the class in order and help keep the students on track.
The classroom has letters, words, print, and numbers all over the room. There will be large and small group learning during the routine of the day. This can be in the transitions to and from the bathroom by have the students help you count all the student to check they are all out of the bathroom. Pre-Academic Adaptations Pre-Math Autumn would benefit from various learning context, teacher provides focused mathematics time that is interesting and meaningful, integrating math learning experiences with curriculum areas throughout the day.
When doing this task I made sure to use real life example for the words, so they could get a better understand of the word. Once they start to recognize the words it was easier for them to spell and comprehend the meaning. I word have to direct the class to pull ou the book and make sure they were reading after they finish their work. Also, I went of many of the kids wam ups and exits tickets. Activity 7
1. Room set-up Criterion: “Democratic schools value collaboration and cooperation rather than competition”. (Pugach, 2009, p. 309) Discussion: Mrs. C does not meet this criterion since, although the desks in her classroom are arranged into pairs, some students sit alone. While every other student is sitting down next to a classmate they can interact ant collaborate with, there are three students who sit by themselves in the last rows.
After some long nights working, I began to realize that these students were more unique and therefore needed a much deeper attention regarding potential problem areas and how to act within a classroom. This led me to new methods of controlling the room without the need to yell or discipline as so many have done before
These one room schools usually held 30 to 40 students of all ages and levels with one teacher. In some of the larger one room schools, the teacher would teach to the higher level and older students, and in turn they would teach to the younger and lower level students. The expectations from all students were same and if a student failed to accomplish a desired standard, they were punished heavily.
The play dough part of the center had no materials because that part of the center had not been introduced yet. Along the wall with the bulletin board displayed with the students’ work is the dramatic play center. The dramatic play center has a table and two chairs (this is where some students may sit to complete classwork), refrigerator, stove, sink, and cupboard. The refrigerator, stove, sink, and cupboard has zip ties on the cabinets because the center has not been introduced to the students yet. Next to the dramatic play center is the computer center with two computers for the students to use.
The classroom that I observed on March 21st was called, “Caterpillars.” The students I observed were playing on the 3rd floor, blue mat. On the 3rd floor, there is an open space for the students to run. There are tricycles, hula-hoops, carts and strollers to push, balls to bounce, and 3D mats to climb on (Seen in images…). On this mat, there is another plush mat with several 3D foam mats they could crawl on (Seen in images…).
My four-year classroom will be educational, safe, and engaging. In my classroom, I will have a calendar for the children to keep up with the days of the week, Circle Time for twenty minutes everyday something I might include may be a letter or sight word of the week, a Spanish Word of the Week, a schedule for the day and/or week, "Homework" Center (optional
During both observation days there was no behavior problems. It was a well obtained class, and I am excited to continue participating in this classroom. One student during the classes library visit came up and gave me a big hug. He would not let go for the longest time. This class has a special place in my heart and I only been in there two times.
Through this activity, the teachers assure that the learners are able to participate fully in the curriculum. As the supports given by the teacher the learners allow them to transfer their skills and knowledge to
The class consists of main teacher, one co-teacher, and 20 students without any special needs or disabilities (14 girls 6 boys). The difference between the general classroom and the special education classroom that was the students very quiet and didn 't make a lot of noise like in the special education classroom. The classroom was very small for 22 students. I was surprised when I entered the general classroom. all the girls in the front and all the boys were back.
Introduction In meeting my Educational Psychology coursework, one of my main task was to conduct a child study on a child of my choice; focusing on the different areas of the child’s development. The study last approximately three months. The aim of this study was to examine a child in their early stages of development; hoping to understand their physical, intellectual, social, cognitive and emotional development of the child I am studying. In order, to garner information regarding the child’s physical development, I observed the child during play and other learning activities.