Chapter 2 Study Guide #3
WHAT IS SCHOOL AND WHAT IS IT FOR?
Foundations of Education 130
PTS._ Attachments (1) _ (Report Card) Summary_
Briefly explain the difference between schooling and education. Create
your own definition for each
STUDY GUIDE #5 CHAPTER #4
WHAT SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND TENSION POINTS AFFECT TODAYS STUDENTS?
Name _ Summary_ Date _2/7/2014_ Score_Attachments
_1. Ruby _ 2.Ohanian
1. Why are teenage mothers particularly vulnerable to poverty? WC uses Ruby Paynes book,
Six Study Guide Chapter 5 What Is Taught? FOUNDATIONS OF
Name_ - Date 2/14/2014 Points _
Attachments _ 1 NCLB _2 ( reprint ) Q#3 3._ 4 Cs emblem
1. Define currriculum.
All organized and intended experiences of the student for which the sch
FOUR STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 3 WHO ARE TODAYS STUDENTS IN A
NAME _ SECTION _M1_ DATE _2/3/14_ POINTS _ Summary
ATTACHMENTS 1.Culture_ 2. Bernice McCarthy _
"children have been called barometers of change"
The goal of this unit is to make you,
Study Guide Chapter 6 WHAT MAKES A TEACHER EFFECTIVE?
Name_ Date _2/17/2014_ Points _ Attachments 1.
Copy of Quaker core values _ (on site or from calendar and planner) 2.
Received from Donna Hard copy EDU Candidate Performance
3. _ HQT ( from
What Teachers Make
I make a difference, now what about you? This quote from teacher and
comedian Taylor Mali really stuck with me after first watching his YouTube video. Mali
has the ability to put into words what good teachers feel while relating to real
Children in Americas Schools Reflection
The video Children in Americas Schools was a very eye opening film that gave
an inside look on the broad range of Ohios public schools. I have always been aware
that many inner-city schools were in poverty but I nev
Martin Luther King Program Reflection
Before the program started I will admit that I was not thrilled about going to the
program for Martin Luther King. I saw that there was going to be an Ohio representative
at the program and to me that meant she was go
Teacher Philosophy Example
What is my philosophy? After being a student for 13 years I think I have
developed a philosophy. However, I honestly dont think my philosophy will ever be
permanent until I change roles into being the teacher. While Im sure my p
I have been asked a countless number of times why I would want to teach. Often
my response is, why not teach? There are advantages to teaching, both extrinsic and
intrinsic awards. On the other hand there are also some disadvantages. In my mind