Running Head: Homework One
Slavin2002- pages 15-20
Olson- pages 24-25
Slavin 2004- page 27
I believe that Slavins (2002) viewpoint on educational research is superior to that of Olson.
Slavin (2002) argues that our
Knowledge of the Brain
I believe that being knowledgeable about the brain and the development of the brain will be
beneficial to me as a teacher because without this knowledge I may have concluded that a
arrive in the classroom after brief meeting
wait for children to arrive in the classroom
talk to long term sub while waiting on students
3 students arrived in the classroom
students get their folders and work for the
8:25- I arrived in the classroom.
8:27- There were four students completing worksheets.
8:29- The long term sub worked on vocabulary flashcards with Male 1.
8:31- The long term sub took attendance; Male 1 got on the computer.
8:33- Male 2 worked on vocabu
Play Journal Project
Over the course of the fall semester, 2012. I observed five play episodes at the Children
Research and Development Center at the University of South Carolina in a two and three year
Lesson Planning Objectives
Generally, leaning objectives are written in terms of learning outcomes: What do you
want your students to learn as a result of the lesson? Follow the three-step process below for creating learning objectives
Create a stem. Stem