The teachers made effort on many levels to build a safe, positive learning
SummariesOn Good Authority: Maintaining Discipline Is Key to Students Success, but New
Teachers Rarely Learn Classroom Management
Ms Miller, an award winning elementary school teacher assists with
teachers whose students are considered low academic achiev
1. Harry Wong says that one of the first documents that you give a student in a
2. Intentionally inviting statements to motivate an unmotivated student to
There are a number of ways to verbally intentionally invite a student to
Turning in homework. We use the Kagan style 1-4 seating assignments so
I assign each number a different responsibility. There are 5 separate 4 person
tables within the classroom
1 -Students, when I say GO, I would like position 3 to see wh
Jesus Armenta 3rd Grade Teacher/Principal New World Education Center
In Person Interview
1 What are you do to make teaching an adventure everyday?
Mr. Armenta tries to relate to childrens interests, what they are going
through in their life at
Michael Medlock, Instructor
June 22, 2017
In his sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, Jonathan Edwards uses
metaphors to push the people to repent. He accomplishes this by creating clear images in the
Student Observation Critical Thinking Form
EDU295 Social Studies Techniques and Methods
EDU295 Research In Action
History of social studies,
In todays society, both local and global informational access has increased
in availability and speed that has never been seen before. Social and
technological change is happening at a much more rapid p
1) The shift that video demonstrates is the second shift: Reading, writing, and
speaking grounded in evidence from texts, both literary and informational.
The teacher reads out loud to them, has them read quietly to themselves and
asks questions about the
Define authentic assessment and provide a description of a rubric. Tell when and why you would use
each in your classroom.
Authentic assessment is a type of assessment where the students have to demonstrate skills and
competencies that realistically repre
How can a teacher use this form of a math journal to analyze student learning?
This clearly organizes and illustrates not only which questions the student is getting incorrect but
also the WHY. This math journal helps students reflect on why they got a pr
1. What is this shift, and why is this shift needed?
2. What opportunities does this shift present?
3. What challenges does this shift present?
1) This shift is Regular practice with complex text and its academic language. It is needed
because it helps st
1. How does this assessment differ from previous assessment activities for students? Be sure
to discuss the connections to ELA/Literacy standards, instructional shifts, and the structure of
This assessment differs from previous assessments
1. Define brain plasticity.
a. The ability of the brain to change with experience.
2. Define sensitive periods.
a. The periods when certain parts of the brain that are most plastic or changeable
3. List activities that lead
1. Explain why summative assessments may not show the true growth and progress of
students. (5 points)
Summative assessments may not show true growth and progress of the student because it takes
place after the learning should have occurred. For example,