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    • Louie

      Week 3: Breadcrumbs

      Hey everyone, This week I went through chapter 3 on student development.  Chapter 3 provided  a lot of ways to better understand my students, which will help me teach them as well (my overarching goal).  The chapter talked a lot about the search for identity, and role confusion....

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      • Joanmarie Reid

        Week 3- Breadcrumbs

        In the first chapter of the text, one line refers to teaching as a privilege to help students see and exceed their potential. That is much easier said than done. Teaching a diverse population of students can be overwhelming and disheartening at times. I struggle with scaffolding and making learni...

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        • Joanmarie Reid

          Week 4- Breadcrumbs

          This week I read Chapter 2, which focuses on learning theories. In my past education classes, I read about these theories, but never gave them too much thought on how they can be applied into my actual classroom. This chapter focuses on 2 major learning theories: behaviorism and constructivism. ...

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          • Louie

            Week 5 Breadcrumbs

            Hey everybody,   This week I decided to read the Sinatra research on “The Challenges of Defining and Measuring Student Engagement in Science.”  This research discussed the ever-changing definition of student engagement,  as well as the benefits which occur when st...

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            • Joanmarie Reid

              Week 5- Breadcrumbs

              This week I read chapter 3 and focused on Student Development. At times I forget that my students are adolescents that are still developing physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally. Sometimes when I am stressed, I remind myself that my students are still kids, who are growing, testing b...

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              • Nicole Stevens

                Breadcrumbs

                This week I focused on chapter 2 learning theories. One thing that really stuck out to me was Lave & Wenger social anthropology theory of communities practice. This theory focuses on groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do It better as ...

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                • Joanmarie Reid

                  Week 6- Breadcrumbs

                  This week I explored student diversity in chapter 4. This chapter forced me to reflect on my bias regarding gender, ability, and culture. Like all teachers, I think that I have the best intentions for my students, but they may be skewed by my tendencies and unintentional biases. Once I am aware o...

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                  • Louie

                    Week 7

                    Hey again guys lol, Today I read through chapter 9 to find ways to help my students become critical thinkers.  My background knowledge going into this is to question students, facilitate the conversations students to use their higher order thinking skills.  Chapter 9 touched on those...

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                    • Joanmarie Reid

                      Week 7- Breadcrumbs

                      While reading chapter 5, I realized how little I actually know about special education requirements and resources. I was taught the different classifications of a disabilities, but I did not have the opportunity to see them in action. When in summer training, there were a few instances when we ta...

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                      • Louie

                        Breadcrumbs Week 8

                        Hey everyone, This week, I read about effective verbal and nonverbal communication in order to better my teaching style.  Effective verbal communication requires teacher to become catalysts for conversation. In order to encourage students to talk about the content or “content talk,&...

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