EDU 274 Student Observation
1. The classroom is mixed with boys and girls. There are 24 total students in the class, 15 girls and 9
boys. 14 of the students are Caucasian. 6 of the students are Hispanic, 2 students are of MiddleEastern descent, 1 student
1. How does the teacher collaborate with learners, families, and colleagues to build a safe, positive learning climate
of openness, mutual respect, support, and inquiry? (InTASC 3(a)
Observing Ms. Baltzell in the classroom, I was able to get to know her t
Explain the development of intimate relationships in adolescence in 150 words or less. Comment on the
difference in sexual socialization of male adolescents vs. female adolescents in 150 words or less.
In adolescents and even in some adults, sexuality and
Interview the parent of a troubled youth. Develop questions based on the content of the lesson. What
risk factors contributed to the behavior of the adolescent? Were problems apparent early, or did they
become apparent during adolescence?
Parent: Judy Bel
Parallelogram ABCD was translated to
A shape is shown below.
Which shows this shape transformed by a ip?
How many units and in which direction were the
x-coordinates of parall
Develop interview questions using content from this lesson. (For example, stereotypes, family impact on
school, relationships, choices, etc., parenting styles, etc.) Interview two different parents using your
questions. Interview one of each of their adol
Adolescence is often defined as the transition period between childhood and adulthood. This is a time
in a persons life when many changes are occurring that cannot be explained. Those changes include
physical, cognitive and behavioral changes. Changes oft
For each case study you have read, pretend you are the teacher of the
subject of the case study. Write a paragraph for each case study about how
you might be able to detect problems with any of the subjects in a school
setting. What could you do to interv
Summarize the five main physical transformations of puberty.
As kids often transition into their adolescent years, their bodies often do a lot of changing. This
transition is referred to as puberty. Puberty is the physical changes that one undergoes duri
You are the Personnel Director of a small district, and you need to hire a high school teacher. Create a job
posting explaining the type of candidate you are looking for. Be very specific about the qualifications you
feel are important.
Tolleson Union Hig
"A Framework for
Understanding Poverty" by
What is Poverty?
Poverty just like wealth is relative to individuals
and where an individual lives.
Poverty occurs in all races and in all countries
around the world.
Poverty is the e
1. Define the following terms:
Sense of identity: The extent to which individuals feel secure about who they are and who they are
Self-esteem: The degree to which individuals feel positively or negatively about themselves.
Make Your Day Rationale: You have a student that consistently does not finish classroom work, even
though she is capable. You have tried encouraging her, giving her extra rewards for work completed, and
contacting her parents. When the student is confront
1. You have decided to hold a conference regarding a student's academic and behavioral challenges.
Although this student often contributes to classroom discussions, she often disrupts the learning of
others, and does incomplete work. Summarize how you mig
Edu 274 final
1. Define the following terms:
sense of identity the extent to which individuals feel secure about who they are
and who they are becoming.
self-esteem the degree to which individuals feel positively or negatively about
EDU 274 Secondary Teacher Interview
a. General information: Teacher name, grade level, school district
b. What are some typical problems that students at your school have? Are their
problems personal or academic?
c. In what ways do you discover students a
EDU 274 Case Study
a. Write the name and page numbers of the case study you are examining.
b. Write and answer four focus questions from the reading.
c. Write a paragraph from a classroom teacher's perspective on how you would
identify and try to help a s