EDUC 504 GROUP PROJECT Completed.pptx - JOHN DEWEY CHARTER SCHOOL Bell P Lester A Naylor Z Schielder K and Rabbie D THE SCHOOL\u2019S CORE VALUES

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JOHN DEWEY CHARTER SCHOOLBell, P., Lester, A., Naylor, Z., Schielder, K., and Rabbie, D.
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THE SCHOOL’S CORE VALUESCommitment:Students and staff are committed to productive learning with sharing experiences and strive to add to the social collective.Opportunity: Students and staff will open minds and bodies to each new opportunity that presents itself and in the event an opportunity is not presented in a new learning activity, one will be created.Respect: All students and staff will value each person’s individuality and talents by displaying honor, loyalty, integrity and tolerance of differences in points of view and/or beliefs.Excellence: Each staff member will encourage, support, and influence student learning to ensure each student achieves the highest level of knowledge and become an important part of the global changes needed to better life, liberty, justice, and happiness.
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WHY CHOOSE JOHN DEWEY CHARTER SCHOOL..1. For our ever-changing world and the need for globalization this school best prepares students for their future and the future of the global society (Gutek, 2014).2. Students will find truth of life and knowledge through their experiences (Gutek, 2014).3. This school is based deeply in Mathematics and Science in which students view the world through the lenses of experimentation, experiences from practical applications and use of the Scientific Method, and statistical data collection, analysis, and synthesis (Gutek, 2014).
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THE DEWEY SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS WITH THE USE OF THE PROBLEM-SOLVING METHOD1. An experimental situation will be conducted to reproduce a familiar situation. A. The student will view everything as known.2. When the student begins to work, obstacles that need to be overcome will be administered. A. In this instant, a problem which stimulates thinking is created.3. The student will use past experiences and/or data.4. Based on the outcomes, the student will formulate hypotheses to solve the problem.5. The hypothesis found to be the most likely of the solution will be selected, and tested to be verified (Radu, 2011).
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Leave those “other guy’s alone”Here’s why………
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PERENNIALISMYour child is special, unique, and innately qualified to find their own way in life through an education based on solid, scientific inquiry.Perennialism would have them believe that there is a great, big spiritual policeman out there telling them there is a “right” and a “wrong” to everything. We say not!Truth, goodness and beauty are not absolutes! They are projects to be worked out by each student through their own experiences.This type is thinking is archaic! Science is the true teacher and will better serve your child than sitting around reading “the great books” in a futile effort to understand their world.
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ESSENTIALISMIf religion is the “opiate of the masses” then so is Essentialism!These fascists would have your child walking in lock-step to a blind adherence to
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