THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING
he purpose of The Science of Learning is to summarize the existing research from cognitive
science related to how students learn, and connect this research to its practical imp
Assignment 3: Evidence of Professionalism Report
Note: This is a hurdle requirement (Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory)
A. Learning outcomes assessed:
With guidance, experience the role of teacher and demonstrate a knowledge and
understanding of what it means
Understanding Fractions through Real-World Tasks Transcript
Yesterday we were talking about where can we find math? Where do we see math? Do I
see it in my reading? Do I see it where I'm walking home? Do I see it when I go to the
Assessment task one details
Task description: This assessment task requires you to watch, analyse and reflect on a video clip
of a teachers instruction. The video clip is called, understanding fractions through real world
examples and can be accessed from
Jakes Watermelon (3.NF.A.2)
Adapted from NYCDOE
Understand Underline the question(s) and the facts you need to answer the question(s).
Jake ate 2/3 of a watermelon. Suzie picked a watermelon the same size as Jakes
and cut it into 6 equal-sized pieces. If
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Convenor: Dr Kerry Barnet
Contact: Laura Bray
Location: Room 106, Goodsell
Location: Room 139, Goodsell
E: [email protected]
School: Orange Grove Elementary School
Grade Level: 3 Grade
Teacher: Maria Franco
Three-Phase Lesson Structure
Adapted from Van de Walle (2014), page 26
Teacher Actions in a Teaching Mathematics Through
Professional Engagement Evidence of
Instructions to SUPERVISING TEACHER
This report is to be completed after the Teacher Education Student has completed his or her 14 days
of professional engagement. Teacher Education Students a
Dress Code for Employees
Dress and personal appearance are important
elements of professional presentation.
Employees have an obligation to dress appropriately and in
a manner that:
upholds the good reputation of
Assessment 2: Fieldwork Observation and Reflection Report
A. Learning outcomes assessed:
1. With guidance, assess the learning needs of various diverse learners (for example, at differing
stages of learning, differing cultural backgrounds, differing learn
Beyond the Bridge is an initiative of teach.NSW. This program is located within the NSW Department of Education
and Communities People and Services Directorate, Blacktown State Office.
The Beyond the Bridge School Community Visits initiativ
EDST2002 Reading Guide
1. ESSENTIAL READING
(i) Student learning in a nutshell
*Deans for Impact, (2015). The science of learning. Austin, TX: Deans for Impact.
*Riley, B. (2016). The value of knowing how students learn. Phi Delta Kappan, 97,
WHAT IS OBSERVATION?
Collecting information to inform our
Can be used for individual student
Whole class observation
WHY DO WE USE CLASSROOM OBSERVATION?
A valuable form of assessment
Building a better teacher
The value of knowing
Every future teacher should understand the science of how
By Benjamin Riley
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Methods of Observing Young Children
The most popular method of recording child observations is "narrative recording," or a written description of children's
1. Running record