When I began working with Cassie, at first my mentor teacher struggled with an academic goal to give her. I asked him if he could look through her grades and find something she consistently struggled with. Upon looking at her grades, we decided that filling in the key terms on graphic organizers and finding the main point in reading was where she struggled most. Within the evidence I gathered, this becomes clear.
There are a millions of girls around the world that are struggling with math when they reach about 1st grade. The girls start doubting themselves and think that they can 't achieve great things at school such as in math class. Boys at a young age don’t get told that they aren’t able to do things they are usually pushed to do things in any type of situations. In classrooms boys tend to raise their hand to answer any type of question even if it’s a wrong answer while the girls just would rather sit there and hope to not be called upon. There have been researched about why girls have troubles in math or any type of classroom.
She was in a program called English Language Development (ELD) a systematic program to develop a solid English language foundation ( students who speak English as a second language). Ashley reading and writing skill were quite low at a third grade level. I believe a disadvantage Ashley might have growing up as a child was not having the parents’ support, especially, with the big family she was being raised in. Instead of attending preschool at the age of 4, parents thought the best place for her to be was at home. I believe when parents are not inform of their child’s development it can have an enormous impact in the child’s
I wanted to obtain the standardized test results, but it was difficult to obtain from my practicum teacher because she didn’t have access to them and when I finally went to ask in the office they told me they couldn’t provide me with standardized test results because the lady in charge of those results had relocated at another school and they didn’t have access to them. But from what I know is that three of the four students I am working with are female and one of them is a male. All of the four students are Hispanic and they are considered English Language Learners. The boy is reading below grade level, his reading instructional level is the primer level, and his frustration level is 1st grade. One of the other girls from my group of students, her instructional reading level is 2nd grade, and her frustration reading level is 3rd grade.
Feedback on Nueva Math 1 The feedback I 've gotten from some students is that the math teachers give out homework problems that they haven 't discussed with the students so the students spend hours at night trying to figure out how to do the homework. The next day, the Math 1 teachers have the students who have solved the problems tell how they did so. Our understanding of the Nueva method of teaching is not to give out answers but to ask questions that assist students in figuring out ways to approach and solve problems. Students get frustrated when they are given homework for which they receive no introduction; many students are not sure how to get started.
With the ASQ, S.H. demonstrated that she can answer questions using various words and follow directions that are given to her. Area of Improvement Even though S.H. has several strengths, there is room form improvement in other areas. The first area that needs improvement is problem solving. In this area, S.H. scored 35 points on the ASQ.
I had to be told things over again, my room stayed junky and back talked my mom. In school I was distracted, forgot to turn homework in, lying about doing my work, unable to put my thoughts from my head to paper, suspensions, and losing things. I would say or blurt out things that were inappropriate, I just didn’t care. By eighth grade things got worse, grades were low and I wasn’t
Journalist, Jackie Mader, transcribes a discussion concerning how to build a better teacher workforce led by California Representative, Susan Davis, between educators and teacher trainers. The consensus was that new teachers are ill-prepared for the classroom and lack the guidance in having to navigate through the emotional hardship that is accompanied by students of color. With the likelihood of a teacher encountering students coming from a background of domestic violence, divorce, loss of a family member, homelessness, or a drug addiction at a low-income school, Colleen Labbe, a Boston teacher says that the current teaching programs do not prepare teacher to identify those signs and relay to their students that their classroom is a safe place. With diversity trends showing no sign of stopping, it would be in the best interest to teaching programs to teach and implement effective ways to address this growing commonality impacting this nation’s
Her communication skills are very poor and her speech is like a three year old. For example when she wants to go to the bathroom she would just say, “Toilet” or “pee.” Her movement is very slow which is common for a person that finds it difficult to balance properly. The Occupational therapist told me that Jamie struggles to stand/balance on one leg or even do a normal squat during their sessions. She also told me that Jamie loves her sessions but cannot remember people’s names.
so when teaching I try to make things as positive as possible. I have taught a Social Studies lesson, a math Lesson, and an English Language Arts lesson. The social studies lesson was a hard lesson to teach because they do not teach Social Studies in Raytown, the kids were unfocused and I feel like the lesson would have been better if they had an Idea about what was going on but I tied the best I could to build some background knowledge.
Response: MHS explain Myra appears to be a nice and respectful young girl. MHS report getting to know Myra and understand her needs. MHS express wanting to advocate for the youth and provide assistance.
She presently does not have an individualized educational plan (IEP). Although she is making progress, her teacher, Mrs. Wheaton, reported that Samantha still struggles in the classroom. Mrs. Wheaton also reported that Samantha struggles in math and her reading scores fluctuate. She has concerns with Samantha’s attention in the classroom, academic performance, and sentence structure and grammar. Wheaton praised Samantha’s parents for the hard work they had done to help Samantha.
Mrs. Hippchen observes that Alina often worries about what other children think and almost always says, ‘I get nervous during tests’ or ‘tests make me nervous.’ Furthermore, Alina often has problems keeping up in class. According to teacher reports, Alina has trouble completing tasks in a timely manner and displays signs of test anxiety. Mrs. Hippchen’s ratings place Alina in the Average range for all other clinical and adaptive scales.
Sonia is an exceptional student when it comes to academics. She is very hardworking and will put in all her effort for everything she does. She has always had a great passion for science and finds her way to get involved in any science event. For example, last year she participated in the Alameda County Science Fair, and received fourth place for her experiment. She hopes to have a similar experience at the Stanford Medicine Research program as well, and her beneficial experience with the science fair pushed her to try out this summer program.
Khristy Hernandez 1AB Mrs.Carroll Place: Seabourn Elementary School, 1st graders Time: 4 hours and 14 minutes The point for this observation was to ask my mentor ‘ What has been the biggest challenge for her in relation to providing accommodations?’ And ‘ How she overcame that challenge?’ Her biggest challenge in relation to providing accommodations is the fact that you need to customize each kid's needs, like homeschooling, free lunch, and getting teachers to take out kids out of class for 15 minutes just to help them get better at reading or anything else.