CI405 HOMEWORK: EDUCATION PUBLIC POLICY (FEDERAL AND STATE)
Articles to READ and websites to LOOK AT are indicated in the text below.
Discussion questions are indicted in red bold italics. You will be expected to be able to
respond to these questions in c
Education Values/Beliefs (Dispositions) and Related Practices
(Do this BEFORE Class 2)
NOTE: You do NOT need to submit written responses to the discussion questions.
However, I would suggest that you jot down a few notes to yourself. In cla
Key Concepts CI 415
Complex dynamic system of
conventional symbols used in
various modes for communication
Structural aspects of language
And ordered and purposeful
Lessow-Hurley Chapter 3
CI 415/Fall 2016
Study Guide for Final Exam
Funds of Knowledge - information that one has acquired and is unique to each individual
because it is based off of their own experiences and what they gain
Essentialist (or to essentialize someone) -
1) As a future teacher and possible future parent aunt/uncle/grandparent, how would you react
to a young African American girl like Maya who said, Maybe if I were prettier, Id have more
friends (Delpit, p. 34)?
What would you tell Maya if she were your st
Week 1 (1/18)- no class
Estes & Vasquez-Levy
Finding value in what you teach
Use literature across the curriculum
Make children want more lit experiences
Provide an escape
Goals of Literacy Instruction
o Develop students abi
CI405 (7) HOMEWORK: Response to Intervention AND Differentiated Instruction
Read and be prepared for discussion questions
Most of the information below has been obtained from http:/www.rtinetwork.org/
Initially RTI was a multitiered approach to early
2) Learning through tasks or problems of mathematics is described as an activity for
which the student has no previous rules or methods to refer to when trying to
solve the problem.
With the equation 6 + 8, a student may use one of the three strategies:
1. Using 5 as an anchor: A student can recall number relationships with this strategy.
6 is 5 + 1 and 8 is 5 + 3. With this, a student can look at
1. What is a ratio and a proportion? How do these relate to proportional reasoning?
Ratio: a number that relates two quantities or measures within a given situation in a
multiplicative relationship (in contrast to a difference or additive rela