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    • Ashtyn Greenstein

      Week 10 Reading Response

      Through reading these articles, I really appreciate that a “scientifically literate” student is defined and given acknowledgement to in many of the articles. I really do believe there is something to be said about being a scientifically literate student, rather than just a literate st...

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      • Andrew Rohan

        Andrew Rohan's Week 10 Response

        When discussing genres that we are using in and across academic disciplines, we are discussing the utilization of different literacy methods across different themes to increase their engagement and their abilities with that reading. Recent discussion about adolescent literacy underscores the need...

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        • Abdul Amunikoro

          Week 11 Response

          From the readings and the videos, the term that stood out the most to me was “Post-Trayvon Syndrome" which was used by Christopher Edmin to correlate with a trend of minority students impressions of their encounters with law enforcement. When considering the name of the time and t...

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          • Andrew Rohan

            Week 11

            Comprehension of a text is one of the main goal’s teachers have when introducing concepts and works to their students. This can be said for any subject ranging from English to Science. However, the problem that may arise is that teachers might assign works to read because the standards are ...

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            • Ashtyn Greenstein

              Week 11

              Speaking from a science teacher’s perspective, to comprehend a text means to be able to use a text to make connections between concepts, support an idea or topic, or create conclusions about a modern day issue. The ability to comprehend a text is truly essential in modern day education as t...

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              • Charlton Simmons

                Week 11

                When student is asked to comprehend a text, they are doing so through their own lense of experiences. Since every students experience with content is different, their demonstration of comprehension is subjective. As a result, the public school system is aiming to become culturally responsive to t...

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                • Giuseppe Marchica

                  Week 11

                  Comprehension of a text means an individual is able to compartmentalize the literature they are assigned into their own words. Many literacy educators provide students with foundational skills in order for students to break down their readings towards individual understanding. ELA educators teach...

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                  • Giuseppe Marchica

                    week 6

                      The models for writing instruction range between content areas. In English educators are given a double block to focus instruction on composing a student’s writing skill. Their attention focuses on structure, mechanics, tone, genre, etc. However, in order for students to succeed, ...

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                    • Alexandria Delaney

                      Week 11 3x3

                      https://view.knowledgevision.com/presentation/40913b8463cc4e08aff0f4ed71186fdc

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                      • Alexandria Delaney

                        Week 12 - Coding

                        Coding should be taught in schools like other literacies not only for its benefits of keeping up with modern technology, but for all the skills students will learn through the process of coding.  To start out this week, I began by engaging with the Python coding introduction.  What I qu...

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