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    • Xin

      Xin's weekly breadcrumbs (7)

      After I got off work on Monday, I started to plan for my next Unit: Genetics. I want the grab the student's attention right off the bat and have them interested in the reading I have for them. I want to explore different learning theories so I read through Seifert, Chapter 2: Learning Th...

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      • Colleen Vogle

        Teacher made assessment strategies

        This chapter came at the perfect time. It was the end of Marking Period 3 and I am reflecting on the assessments strategies I use during this marking period. In planning and executing assessments I ensure the following: Have clear instructions and goals communicating them to students— I...

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        • Colleen Vogle

          Standardize and other Formal Assignment

          Standardized test is as important as a formal assignment. According to the text Standardized tests are developed by a team of experts and are administered in standard ways. At my Middle school standardized test is supper important, we use this type of testing to assess our students progress on a ...

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          • Colleen Vogle

            Breadcrumbs Reflection and Action Plan Check-in

            Thus far in the course I have been effectively reflecting on my teaching practices in relation to designing a learning environment for my students. So far I want to say I am on the right track and have gotten quite a few new strategies from reading the text on how best to create a productive and ...

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            • Colleen Vogle

              Student Development

              I am a big supporter of social and emotional development in my students. My middle schoolers struggle with their self-image and most of all, they find themselves disrupted by sudden onset of hormones as well as rapidly changing views of themselves and their social world. All of this changes and d...

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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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                • Vasilios Gavrielatos

                  Weekly Breadcrumbs

                  As I had mentioned earlier in the semester and I have not addressed much in my breadcrumbs is Motivation. Motivation is a key factor in the success of students at all stages of their education, and teachers can play a critical role in providing and encouraging that motivation in their students. O...

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                  • Milani Machicote

                    ED 631 Week 6 Breadcrumbs (Make-up work)

                    I’m not sure how to start this week’s blog post but I’ll do my best. Three weeks ago one of my seventh graders committed suicide. It has been very hard on my students, the faculty, the administration and myself. Given the context of this course I believe this is a great space to...

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                    • Milani Machicote

                      Ed 631 Week 7 Breadcrumbs (Make-up work)/Update

                      We are now more than halfway through the semester and I admit that I am nowhere near where I intended to be. I have completed extensive reading and reflections on designing learning environments and have done some reading and reflections on student development. I plan on ending my reading and ref...

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                      • Jonathan Lustberg

                        Week 8 Breadcrumbs

                        After reading Chapter 8, I am taken aback by how much goes into communicating with students and playing the role of "teacher." Realizing how much we subconsciously have learned about communication while growing up is unbelievable. - I have also recognized shortcomings in my own pra...

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