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    • Rachel Richards

      Breadcrumbs

      Rachel Richards Educational Psychology Dr. Ardito Weekly Breadcrumbs   This week I focused more on Chapter 8, communication in classroom vs communication elsewhere. Sometimes, my classroom is so crazy, I never get to sit down, until the end of the day. Things just never happen...

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      • Usama Tahir

        Week 6- Breadcrumbs

        This week, I focused on student development due to the recent misbehavior I had to deal with. Naturally, I talked to the students individually, and asked if we could do a reset button and start over to focus on the future and their academic success and I was glad to see that students in all my cl...

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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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          • Vasilios Gavrielatos

            Weekly Breadcrumbs

            As I come to my 30 day completion of goals, I will continue to post breadcrumbs due to the goals will never seem to be reached as far as every day experiences. The goals have been reached as far as the understanding portion but every day I will continue to learn and grow with each goal.  ...

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            • Andrew Rohan

              Rohan's weekly update

              This week was a bit difficult due to attendance due to the storm, but it also allowed me to try to combine chapters 4, which discussed the students diversity and background, with chapter 9, that professor Ardito directed me to. This week I had the purpose of the lesson on the Do Now slide of my p...

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              • Rachel Richards

                Chapter 8: Students wait time

                Rachel Richards Breadcrumbs 03/11/18   This past week I focus more on wait time, which is another important nonverbal behavior. Wait time is important and it marks when a conversation begins and ends, but it also determine the answers you get from students. This is an issue that ...

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                • Jonathan Lustberg

                  Week 7: Breadcrumbs

                  This week I read Chapter 5: Students with Special Educational Needs. A lot of what I read was introduced to me before during the summer pre-service training for the NYCTF. Thankfully, that made the reading easier. However, the message of what the chapter is trying to teach and encourage educ...

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                  • Xin Jiang

                    Xin's weekly breadcrumbs (6)

                    I spent this Monday reading "goals that contribute to achievement" chapter 6: motivation. I want to play my lessons around the student, being more student-centered. I think that sometimes I care more about their grades than they do. We all have the 3 types of students mentioned in the r...

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                    • Colleen Vogle

                      Planning Instructions

                      This week I reflected on my planning instructions in my teaching practices so far. I strongly believe that planning your instructions is very important to fostering a healthy and productive classroom environment. I can honestly say the most fun and the most productive my classroom instructions ar...

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                      • Vasilios Gavrielatos

                        Weekly Breadcrumbs

                        I have had many learning experiences over the last few weeks in Classroom Management and the Learning Environment, to motivation and student development. Through continued research and discussions with my AP I have been able to adjust myself in areas I have concerns.   As mentioned in ...

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