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An anthropologically and ethnographically informed

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an anthropologically and ethnographically informed teaching stance; teachers and teacher educators must be introduced to and routinely use the tools of practitioner/teacher research in order to ask difficult questions about their practice As teachers we need to model culturally responsive and socially responsible practices for learners . I will always remember that teaching is a political act, and in our preparation of future teachers and citizens, teachers and teacher educators need to be advocates for and models of social justice and equity.
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high ability learners and/or hyperactive learners: I will familiarize myself with the characteristics of hyperactive learners: Learners who are intellectually high ability /hyperactive learners demonstrate many characteristics, including: a precocious ability to think abstractly, an extreme need for constant mental stimulation; an ability to learn and process complex information very rapidly; and a need to explore subjects in depth. I will let go of Normal: The best thing you can do for yourself is to let go of the idea of normal. Offer all learners the opportunity to grow from where they are, not from where your teacher training courses say they should be. You will not harm a learner by offering him/her opportunities to complete work that is more advanced. I will conduct informal assessments: Meeting the needs of hyperactive learners does not need to be an all consuming task. One of the easiest ways to better understand how to provide challenging material is to conduct informal whole class assessments on a regular basis Re-familiarize myself with Piaget & Bloom : There are many developmental theorists and it is likely that you encountered many of them during your teacher preparation course work
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