Not just the template explanations but actual instructor approved write ups of the assignment. Preferably selected from former students who showed exemplar understanding of content so that learners can have examples on their current level to help with the assignments. Discussions Discussions may need to be altered to incorporate the new information being provided. Not so much how you would use the information provided, but why and would it fit into your particular project. The discussion summary may also contain reminders of the examples and expectations from the assignments which is something easily
Number four is titled “they can write clearly and persuasively and movingly” (p. 8). This paragraph is described as being able to touch, teach, and persuade people through your writing. I do think I lack this trait, but I think that my expected experience at Central and more importantly, my intersections course, will help me to become a better writer. I expect this to be because of the more intense writing I will do as compared to high school. Quality number six is something I know I must learn quickly to be successful here at Central.
My students learn best in my social studies lessons when they are able to talk about how the topics relate to their lives and to hear from peers about their experiences. This also provides them with interest in the topic being
I plan on transferring to San Diego State once I have enough credits to do so. Until then, De Anza college will help me receive the help I need to get there. In English 1A and beyond, I plan to receive feedback on my writing and fix any errors I have. The skills and lessons I learned in EWRT 211 will also help me in English 1A as I have a clear understand of what instructors look for. I will never forget to always have fun with my writing and to express my ideas.
We need to observe the children in classrooms and carefully listen to their life experiences. By teaching the students to embrace all cultures and learn about them, it will create a unity in the classroom. Students then will feel safe and comfortable in the classroom (Gollnick & Chinn, 2012). It is no easy task to incorporate cultural knowledge throughout teaching. You must consciously think about multiculturalism as you interact with students and plan lessons and assignments (Gollnick & Chinn, 2012).
Core Competency Relevant Module(s) or Assignment Detailed description of your learning experience(s) and the development of the core competency 1. Communication skills Reflection Doing this reflection has helped me to develop and improve my communication skills. I learned how to communicate what I have learned from the semester. It taught me how to reflect on my experiences and express my feeling in the best possible way. This reflection also helped me to improve my summarizing skills because I had to summarize my experiences into a paragraph.
The second standard in the InTASC standards is Learning Differences. It is stated as follows: “The teacher uses understanding of individual differences and diverse cultures and communities to ensure inclusive learning environments that enable each learner to meet high standards.” In this rationale, I will explain why it is important to know and understand this standard and how it can help me be a better teacher. I understand that all students are different. I will learn everything I can about my future students, so I can know how to teach for them.
I thought it was a detailed summary of what a person was looking at. I came to realize that an analysis was used in many other subjects that I would encounter throughout my education. I also realized that analyzing is not just of documents, but data and media as well. I now understand that analysis as a breakdown of the elements of something and interpreting them to mean something. When analyzing, I first study what I am working with and try to answer questions like, what is the author trying to convey?
Finally, if the teaching to be tested is really occurred, it can be beneficial to student too. As stated before, standardized tests focus on fundamental concepts that student should learn. So, if teachers actually cover those contents in their teaching, then students will get what they are expected to
I recognize that self-efficacy, in general, is learners self-constructed judgement about his or her ability to reach goals. Within my lesson I will enhance self-efficacy by fostering an incremental mindset in the classroom. I will make certain that students understand that they can always improve their writing, reading, and comprehension skills. Additionally, I will constantly explain to the students throughout the lesson that the only aspect that matters is if they are completing their best work. Furthermore, I will explain that learning about the lesson and worrying about their own work, as opposed to others’ work, is the only aspect that matters.
I also learned how to be their link to resources on campus, and how to be a point of contact in difficult times in their academic or personal lives. Gradually that feeling of it being an unnatural course of action faded away and I became more and more confident in being a peer leader. This course helped me to determine that I was able to teach and challenge a wide range of students while also equipping me with the skills necessary so that I could be an effective teacher. More importantly, I learned that
Response to Lewisetta In practice, educators use many terms or labels to discuss children and families who live in poverty. Gloria Rodriguez and James Fabionar (2010) assert that the many terms we use should serve "as a reminder of how often we are called on in education to talk about -- but not necessarily to" -- our students and their families who live with low incomes (p. 64). As educators, we must be sensitive to the effects of poverty on our students' state of mind and ensure that we separate their developing sense of self from their living conditions. As a starting point, we must be extremely careful how we talk about children who live in poverty.
The Ford by Mary Hunter Austin, HardPress Publishing (August 23, 2014), original publication 1917. I am using the original which was scanned to create an electronic reader, Kindle Edition. Introduction The Ford novel is set in the early 1900s, during the time when land speculators start buying up land in the Owens Valley along the Owens River to build the future Los Angeles Aqueduct.