Their evaluation sheets are based on the CELDT test, and it evaluates reading, writing, speaking and listening, and the general score. The school tested all levels in the entire district, and the Aides spent weeks doing these test around the district. Monica said she is advantage related to the other aide in the district because she stays in the Strawberry Point School the entire time, and then she have chances to talk with the classroom teachers, and share and collect information about the ELL children. She can give them extra material for the ELL students and hear from the classroom teacher what she should emphasis her lessons for specific groups. For example, the kindergarten kids that I observed are in the classroom that I used to work.
Every teacher has a website where parents can find important curriculum information such as daily schedule, teacher’s contact information and updates. Teachers are required to send a “Wednesday Folder” every Wednesday. This folder contains any newsletters or flyers distributed by the district or the school. In addition to this, this folder also consists of graded worksheets from the previous week and a chart that has individual feedback for conduct and performance for every child. The students are required to show these folders to their parents and returned signed folders the next day which earns them two tickets that can be redeemed for Prixes or perks (discussed in part 2).
We will compute the number of students seen on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis. We will review topics chosen for classroom guidance lessons, group topics, scores from student tests and assessments, and notes from professional and nonprofessional meetings teachers and administration. These sources will help us to calculate a valid score for this section of the
At this school all of the DHH students are mainstreamed into classes with hearing students and an interpreter all day long. Megan informed me that this year is the first year all of the DHH students are being completely mainstreamed. Prior to this year, there was a DHH
Starting the age of 5, we come to school everyday to learn something and expand our horizons. We start with the basics, such as the ABC’s and our 123’s, until we work our way up to a more in depth discussion of each subject, such as English II. This semester, I have learned topics in the field of English II,such as grasping the underlying meaning a book presents, the 12 archetypes, even the subject of debate. The semester began with the discussion of “The Secret Life of Bees” by Sue Monk Kidd. The first day of class we needed to have the book annotated and ready for discussion.
Shook. Michael is attending academic support twice in a six day-cycle to assist him with assignments, assessments, organization and to work on his academic skills. INPUT FROM ACADEMIC TEACHERS Reading- Rose Smisko and Jennifer Doncsecz 1st Marking Period Grade: A2nd Marking Period Grade: AMichael is working above grade level
EDLA 6614 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Instructional Improvement Project-Action Plan Template Name SMART GOAL In two weeks, 80% of the students will be able to use a simple rubric to edit their classroom peers senteces with 80% accuracey. They will be ablt to check for capitals, end marks, and if the sentece has a subject and a predicate (a naming part and a telling part). RATIONALE After reflecting on my self evaluation, I scored proficient over all, but two areas stood out that need improvement. In Domain 3 componet E of the Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching I was basic in “reflecting on practice, the teacher indicated the desire to reach all students but does not suggest strategies for doing so.” I need to do something
We had parent-teacher conferences. Each conference, we were able to show their growth from the beginning of the year to now. We showed them how they were compared to where they should be by the end of kindergarten. Almost every parent said that their child loved coming to school. Every child has had tremendous growth from the beginning of the year.
Overview. After meeting with the Inclusive Special Education English teacher, Kurtney Cabradilla, she shared different aspects and details that occur in IEP meetings. At Trevor Browne High School, they address the unique learning issues during annual meetings. Instrumental enrichment program (IEP) is formed to lead students towards enhance thinking skills, creativity, behavioral self-regulation, and academic achievement goals. Policies, Times & Dates.
Throughout the school year, each time that my students walk through my classroom door I want the atmosphere to attract them to always want to read and write. As the school year progress, teacher made anchor charts are displayed strategically around my classroom as well as genre posters, new vocabulary words, class library books and additional skills that are introduced throughout the year. If money were no object, and I could do anything I wanted I would foster a literacy rich classroom that my students would consider a sanctuary for learning. After having read “The Elements of a Literacy-Rich Classroom Environment”, I agree with K. Tyson position that “we should begin by focusing attention on the classroom environment and make certain that it is a place that supports and encourages literacy learning.” Therefore my classroom would include a tree house, work stations that rotate, hanging swings, couches, floor to ceiling windows and mirrors that open up leading outside, portable printers and electronic devices to support learning for each student, embedded and mobile bookshelves, digital word walls, televisions built into the walls and chairs that are specifically designed for each student. While reading “Edutopia: Flexible Classrooms: Providing the Learning Environment that Kids Need,” I agree that “Flexible classrooms give students a choice in what kind of
Jekoi D. Lassiter Personal Statement UNCG School of Education Degree Objective: M.Ed. My interest in the field of Education dates back to my primary years of school. Throughout my elementary years, I was always fascinated with aiding my fellow classmates in the area of reading comprehension, through the usage of breaking apart words and using the correct skills and strategies to attack reading passages and questions. This love for literacy increased throughout my grade school career. In my senior year of High School, I was provided the opportunity to participate in an Apprenticeship where I served as a Third Grade Teacher Assistant at one of the local elementary schools.
Students read a selection and then retellwhat they have read to the examiner. As the levels escalate, so does the complication level foreach selection. The DRA is conducted to all students in 1st through 3rd grade during testing inSeptember and May. The test shows where the student is at the beginning of the school year, andyou are able to see how much they have improved by the end of the school
This year at Lenape, has been much like other years. We continue to meet with the HSTW teams, have department meetings, and attend in-service days in an effort to grow as professionals. I am continuing my education at Mansfield University. I will graduate in December 2010. One of the most positive things that I did with students this year was to take the Honors students to Lenape Elementary during Teen Read Week.
Basic activities. Family Foundation is a prevention program that targets parents expecting their first child. This prevention program partners up with childbirth educators to work with expecting first-time parents. Mihalic, S. (n.d.). Family Foundations states the following about the program: “The program consists of four prenatal and four postnatal sessions, run once a week, with each two-hour session administered to groups of 6–10 couples, Sessions are led by a trained male-female team.” According to Family Functions, these sessions are administrated by following a specific curriculum designed to focus on co-parenting, emotional self-management, conflict managing, problem-solving, communication, and mutual support strategies.
I was a PAL recently during the Fall, 2016 semester. Being a PAL, gave me the opportunity, to have a leadership role, and meet more people on campus. I am an English major with an Adolescent Education minor; I am working towards completing the STEP program here at Adelphi. During my time as a PAL, I worked closely with Camille Pajor; She was the instructor paired up with me, to teach this 1-credit class. Being a PAL has helped me tremendously.