Sarah Dion

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Sarah Dion Sarah Luposello Kristin Mingione IDE 200 March, 2011 Final Report Reflection While modeling our lesson, all three of us had some field placement experience to use as background. However, all of our collaborative experiences were primarily with younger children, in the early childhood education stages. Therefore, we had to think in a little bit more of an advanced realm as we were supposed to be teching 2 nd grade math, specifically elementary geometry. According to the Syracuse City School District, the children need to be able to do/learn. While we believe the way we modeled and presented our lesson wasn’t perfect, we believe that for the most part, it had the potential to be effective. Perhaps one of the ways we could have modified the lesson was to clearly state and label the directions on our worksheet that we made in Word. Moreover, one of the concerns for the students in our model may be that we could have used more individualized attention on each student. However, we feel as though if
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course WRT 307 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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