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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/19/09 CI 4332 MODULE 2 :MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
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11/19/09 ADOLESCENCE 1. Characteristics of adolescence Transition to adolescence is challenging and awkward The physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth varies for each student Adolescents want to be independent, yet need security and support at same time. Are self motivated, active and interested in novelty
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11/19/09 ADOLESCENCE 2. Teaching adolescence Each adolescent is different Integrating a combination of developmentally and personally appropriate accommodations is the best way to meet the students’ needs
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11/19/09 ADOLESCENCE 3. Adolescent development Chris Stevenson highlighted five domains for adolescent experience: i. Introspective domain is most important, the student ponder his/ her identity ii. Somatic domain covers the physical changes during puberty. ‘walking raging hormones’! iii. Intellectual domain is about cognitive development and the adolescent should engage in learning what they are capable of handling. iv. Familial domain is about relationships with family members. Tensions in the family affects their self concept and self- esteem, and interpersonal relationships v. Communal domain addresses the socializing outside the family… in school, groups, community.
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11/19/09 CULTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION 1. Cultural identity Culture is shared, learned behavior Within a culture we have microcultures based not only on ethnicity and race but also other interrelated microcultures like age, religion, gender, class, ability, language etc Adolescence can be a microculture Teachers need to learn about their students’ cultural background and then reflect this information in their classroom behavior.
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11/19/09 CULTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION 2. Cultural competence Focus on ability to effectively teach a cross- cultural group of students Teachers should promote social harmony and guarantee educational equity 3. Cultural sensitivity Teachers have to understand their own cultural background and unconscious biases then learn to be cultural competent Teachers should learn to view diversity in a
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11/19/09 CULTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION 4. Multicultural education Goal: Make sure all the student experience an equal opportunity to learn to enable more students to go to college Some statistics show that only 60% of high school students go to college
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11/19/09 THE CLASSROOM IN A NATION OF INCREASING DIVERSITY: Today the student body has different races, ethnicity, religions, abilities, languages
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