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    • Antonia Bueti

      Reading Response 1

      In chapter one of What Every Middle School Teacher Should Know, there were a few things that really surprised me. I think the most important part of this chapter is when the author goes into details about the characteristics of effective middle school teachers. In order to be successful...

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      • Roberto Molina

        Reading Response #1 - You want to be a what?

        Chapter one of What Every Middle School Teacher Should Know sets the scene for what I am sure (haven't read the entire book yet) is an accurate account of the life of a middle school teacher.  Fortunately for me, I come from a place where I get to have this experience on a dail...

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        • Ann Lynch

          Reading Response #1

          The most important part of the chapter was the quote from Nechochea , as it explains a positive attitude is s necessary element to be an effective middle school teacher so that the teacher can make significant differences in the lives of their students. I found this to be so profound because it m...

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          • Lorna McKenzie

            Reading Response #1

            The most salient part of the chapter discusses the need for the middle school teacher to be familiar with early adolescent development, and that, perhaps, should be a driving factor in in effective instruction.  More often than not, teachers are driven by getting through the curriculum (ofte...

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            • Tabitha Colon

              Reading Response 1

              I believe the most important part of the chapter would be where Brown and Knowles speak about the behaviors of middle aged students. In this section, we are taught through bullet points what exactly to expect from young adolescents when teaching them. We learn that students will ask personal ques...

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              • Gerald Ardito

                ED 524 Readings and Reading Response Prompts

                  ED 524 Readings and Reading Response Prompts Here are the course readings and reading response prompts for Weeks 1, 2, and 3. You can find the readings here. Your responses should be well written and substantive. Week 1 Readings: Brown and Knowles, Ch. 8 “Creating ...

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                • Rebecca Italiano

                  Reading Response 1

                  I found O’Neill and Barton’s (2005) journal very interesting. I agree that science education is not as strong in education as it should be. In my school this year, we didn’t start science until February, same with social studies. Science and Social Studies was hardly taught due ...

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                  • Ann Lynch

                    Reading Response #1

                      1.     In this chapter what I found most interesting is the importance of having a student feel you care for them. While I have always known if the student feels they have a type of bond with you they may feel more compelled to do their best or at least make more of ...

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                    • Alyssa Telesco

                      Reading Response 1

                                 The readings for this week were extremely interesting. They provided great insights into how to create classroom environments that are the most meaningful and productive for middle schoolers. I believe that any educator who genuinely wants to make a d...

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                      • Jennifer Appel

                        Reading Response #1

                        These two readings demonstrated how effective assessments that promote active learning could be, particularly the idea of transforming formal learning to informal. First off, active learning always creates any type of assessment more authentic and engaging for students. In the Brown and Knowels (...

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