EDU100 Wk2 Discussions 1and2.docx

I would incorporate these characters in my teaching

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I would incorporate these characters in my teaching and learning process by helping them understand the hows and whys of making those bad choices. I think starting with positive groundwork such as taking advice and directions seriously, having discernment and discipline action can be a great way of being ethical and effective with your teaching and learning process. Freda, I am in agreeance with you about children being taught the pillars at a young age and how it will carry them through their educational career. I also think that the fundamentals of the pillars are something they can use throughout their lives. I believe incentives for good behavior would help establish what you are setting out to teach. I get the explaining of bad choices but in early childhood should we also explain and compliment the good choices as well? Kelley Erica Cazares Wednesday Feb 14 at 7:01pm Manage Discussion Entry As a future educator, I would like to start teaching in the elementary level. 3rd grade is the grade level I would love to start. I currently work in the junior high level and some students can be hard to drill in some great respectful manners. As a third grade teacher I would post the Six Pillars on a bulletin board with the proper color scheme. Going over these rules every morning a little after D.E.A.R time would help implement these rules to our students. With third graders the repeating method, it will help them install it in their little brains that are actually really bright. Also a constant reminder when they are in the hall exchanging classes they can be reminded when they get little out of hand. But its something that can be done. Ericka, Ericka, I believe the six pillars should be taught in elementary school. I also have the desire to start my teaching career with third graders. I think one of the greatest things we can do is help children establish a stable
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educational foundation. Incentives might help your students grasp what you are teaching. What do you think? Kelley Week 2 - Discussion 2 “DUE” Date vs “DO” Date As educators, it is important to teach students the difference between “DUE” dates and “DO” dates. For instance, many students here at Ashford University have shared that they often wait until right before the “DUE” date to begin to “DO” their course assignments. Those same students have shared this practice always results in lower scores in the course. It is important to learn to chunk tasks over several days to make them more manageable, as this creates opportunity for more feedback, input, and improvement. Your mission for this discussion prompt is to identify which of the “ Six Pillars of Character (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. ” you will access and how you will use the pillars to support a classroom discussion about avoiding procrastination and task management. Explain the “DUE” date vs “DO” date principle in in your response.
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