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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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      • Rachel DeMayo

        Week 4 Breadcrumbs

        Last week I continued reading about student development.  While Jean Piaget focused on cognitive development through stages, the theorists that I read about this past week focused on social development.   Erik Erikson's theory on social development focuses on eight 'psyc...

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        • Rachel DeMayo

          Week 5 breadcrumbs

          This week I focused on the last bit of student development theory which deals with their development of morality.  Kohlberg established a theory on the development of the morality of justice based on 6 sequential stages.  In adolescence, students are most likely within the 3rd and ...

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          • Milani Machicote

            ED 631 Week 5 Breadcrumbs

            After becoming more familiar with Educational Psychology, I wonder if I would have been a more effective teacher in the classroom had I taken ED 631 before beginning my career or after. I’m playing devil’s advocate here because I feel that some of the information provided within our t...

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            • Rachel Richards

              Student Development

              This week I focused a lot on chapter 3: Student Development and why development matters. Development refers to a long-term personal changes that have multiple sources and multiple effects. I know that each individual develops at a different paste. In the education system, student development matt...

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              • Xin Jiang

                Xin's weekly breadcrumbs (5)

                The cases I created for problems of the immune system went well. The students were engaged and seem to enjoy the activity. This activity allows me to assess the students in a fun way. Monday: I spent a couple hours outside of school time and lesson plan for the upcoming units earlier this week...

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                • Andrew Rohan

                  Rohan's Week 6 breadcrumbs

                  This week in chemistry we were learning about the different types of phases and their properties. These lessons were multi stepped, both having a lot of concepts to understand, but also a lot of calculations using the gas laws. i tried introducing the concepts in different ways to keep them motiv...

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                  • Vasilios Gavrielatos

                    Weekly Breadcrumbs

                    As I approach my goal date of 30 days I have come to find that these goals will never be 100% hit as each day, week, month there will always be a challenge. These are main goals that I will continue to work on and adjust as a teacher through my teaching career.  As students change throughout...

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                    • Jonathan Lustberg

                      Week 5: Breadcrumbs

                      This week I read Chapter 7 Classroom Management and the Learning Environment and made connections to my own classroom. Thankfully, my classroom overall, is easy to manage. The students are for the most part compliant, willing to do the work and listen. Of course, there will always be days wh...

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                      • Jonathan Lustberg

                        Week 6: Breadcrumbs

                        This week I read Chapter 4 Student Diversity and made connections to my own classroom. Right off the bat I was curious to learn about the cognitive styles (e.g. field dependence, field interdependence, impulsivity and reflectivity). I wondered how these styles could be combined with ...

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