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    • Rachel Richards

      Week 2 Breadcumbs

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      • Andrew Rohan

        Week 40 Breadcrumbs

        I found that this week was an observation week for me for me. After listening to the comments on my previous posts as well as the suggestions by professor Ardito, I read the two chapters in the textbook, 7 and 9, and watched how my class interested with the material itself. After talkin...

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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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          • Milani Machicote

            Week 4 Breadcrumbs

            Application in the Classroom   This week I’ve decided to use more body language and nonverbal communication to reprimand students. Last week for my breadcrumbs submission I discussed that I am a person who likes to address confrontations and misbehaviors in the classroom directly...

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            • Colleen Vogle

              Breadcrumbs Two. Feb. 18th

                Classroom communication is very important to help promote effective learning in a classroom setting. This pass school week was a short one in my middle school and I took the opportunity to reflect on some of my communicating practices I have been using since September and also tried som...

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              • Xin

                Xin's weekly breadcrumbs (4)

                Wednesday 2/21/18, 7:00pm to 10:00pm. I continue to take 3 hours outside of work time and dedicating this time to creating a hands-on activity to engage them in their learning. I believe that for students to retain information in Living Environment, the information must be engaging and relatab...

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                • Andrew Rohan

                  Andrew Rohans weekly blog post

                  Since we had off this week, I took it upon myself to reread chapters 7-9 to get a grasp on how I am going to tackle next weeks lessons. My students have shown improvements on the test that they had took before the break, however some students, who are the students I am mostly targeting with ...

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                  • Colleen Vogle

                    Breadcrumbs Three. Feb. 25th

                    This pass week— on Winter Break— I took some time to read Chapter 9 (Facilitating complex thinking). I learnt a lot in this chapter, and it helped me to compartmentalize my students ways of learning in relation to how they think through problems. This chapter zone in on the 3 concepts...

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                    • Jonathan Lustberg

                      Week 4: Breadcrumbs

                      This week I applied more of the student motivation theories to focus on raising student achievement for one of my hardest students. This student has learning disabilities and tends to act out in order to mask when he struggles with the content. - I began by working with operants such as...

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                      • Jonathan Lustberg

                        Week 3: Breadcrumbs

                        After writing my action plan, I began to narrow my focus to Chapter 6 in the textbook, "Student Motivation." It was a bit overwhelming seeing how many subsections there are within the chapter. I never knew there could be that much information on student motivation alone. In or...

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