Contextual Factors-Briody

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Teacher Work Sample Contextual Factors Jennifer Briody, Ph.D
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Teacher Work Sample (TWS)  Standard: The teacher candidate uses information about the learning-teaching context and student individual differences to set learning goals and plan instruction and assessment.
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Knowing contextual detail is the first step to planning and conducting effective instruction
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Describe only the factors in  the teaching-learning  context that impact your  teaching and student  learning
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Describe in a narrative the context in which you are teaching. Include the characteristics of the: surrounding community school classroom students
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Community and School Characteristics of the: local neighborhood school community (type of school, grades, etc.) State or district mandates
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Classroom Characteristics: Classroom environment Classroom rules and routines, schedules,
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Unformatted text preview: technology, social dynamics and group patterns Students Characteristics: Students in the room Number of students, gender, age, cultures, socioeconomic status, native languages, levels of English proficiency, range of abilities, learning styles, and special needs Resources School report card School and neighborhood websites School Improvement Plan Interviews with colleagues and local residents Connecting factors to teaching-learning context For each factor listed, you must analyze how that factor may impact teaching and learning in this context Before writing… Review your coursework related to contextual factors from your professional coursework Worksheet Remember to include Worksheet #1 in your final product...
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