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Field experience S 08

Field experience S 08 - ED 155 Field experience...

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ED 155 Field experience guidelines (Must be computer generated.) (NOTE: A- N are worth 3 points each) A. School district organization School wide Identify the school(s) and district where you did your field work. Describe the grade level organization used in the school(s) where you observed. B. Classroom descriptions/map Each class visited …. a) Draw a map of each of the classrooms that you visit. b) Describe the technology available in the classroom c). Describe what artifacts are around the rooms, such as what is on the bulletin boards, etc. d) How does the room arrangement contribute to making the classroom warm and inviting? C. Classroom social environment Each class visited a) Identify the number of children, the gender, and any diversity noted. b) Describe how students are arranged in the classroom; draw a map showing seating arrangements. c) How does the classroom setting help/hinder social interaction? D. Schedules a) Identify the time/content schedule each of the teachers follows. Obtain a copy of their daily schedules if at all possible. Evaluate the schedule for all the grades visited before responding to the following. b) What common elements flow through the grade levels in terms of subject areas/time? c) How does the amount of time devoted to the various subjects change according to the grade level. Why? E. Questions Each class visited a) Write down the questions each of the teachers ask during a directed lesson. After each question, identify the level of Bloom’s taxonomy each question represents.
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