Weekly #7: Learning Through Service
For my Learning through service I went to the differentiation teaching fair. This was a
group of eight to ten different stands with people from the educational system giving information
On page 126 there was questioning saying, Why were parents and ordinary citizens
willing to face injury and death to achieve superior educational opportunities? Most of the
citizen and parents being black were w
For this weekly I the reading I am choosing to write about is from our Introduction to Education
book pages 147-177. This reading is about teachers making a positive learning environment for their
students. At the
While reading the book White Teacher I found that it starts off with a white teacher
named Mrs. Paley who teaches kindergarten and is the only teacher in the school who has a
black child in her classroom. The blac
While I was reading Schoolteacher I found it interesting that when schooling first
started in the colonial times, teachers were predominantly men and teaching wasnt their main
job. Then it says in the text Thousan
During the reading this week the first thing I connected with was in the section deciding
to teach under the category influence of teachers in this section it ask if you could remember
the last five vice pr
Dr. A.J. Zenkert
Philosophy of Education Final
When I think about education I think about going to class every day and learning something new or different from what I learned the day before.
Education is not all about going to school
Project III (Section 1)
For my two teacher interview I interview Mr. Chad Storey, he is U.S. history teacher for
Meridian High School. Then I interview Mrs. Lannice Hall, she also teaches at Meridian High
but she teaches m
Interview Questions: Chad Storey
1. What made you want to become a teacher? June July August, and academic atmosphere.
2. What are the biggest responsibilities you have as a teacher? Prepared with a valuable
lesson each day.
3. What is
Becoming a Learner Essay
My responsibility in the college learning process is to become a self-taught and
competent learner. A lot of the college education is lost or forgotten after graduation and
becomes useless in the real world, there
1. Join, Result Unknown, Change Unknown, Start Unknown:
a. Result Unknown Spencer had 17 video games. He received 8 more for Christmas.
How many video games does he have now?
b. Change Unknown Spencer had 17 video games. He received some more for Christma
Why do we need to know the test structure? When we know how text is organized it is easier for use to
make sense of it.
1. Cause Effect
a. What might happen next?
b. What are the possible solutions?
c. How will you implement the solution?
Purpose to understand how SIOP helps teachers and students
Outcomes reflection, what am I doing for students in this lesson. How am I going to meet their
Overview of time together
SIOP Knowledge Continuum : sticky note to find out who has
1. What are some general principles of human development?
2. How does childrens thinking differ at each of the four stages of development Piaget
3. What are the similarities and differences between Piagets and Vygotskys ideas about
1. Influence on Development:
a. Maturation - genetically programmed biological changes.
a.i. Influenced mostly by nourishment & healthy lifestyle.
b. Activity acting on the environment and learning from it.
c. Social experiences learning from others.
Information processing the human minds activity of taking in,
storying and using information
Processing involves gathering information and organizing it in
realtion to what you already know encoding
Sociocultural theory/sociohistoric - emphasizes role in development of cooperative dialogues
between children and more knowledgeable members of
society. Children learn the culture of their community
through these interactions.
Co-constructed process a soc
Views of Concept
Concept a category used to group similar events, ideas, objects
Teachers Sense of
1Ed. Psych 330-343 |
Social learning theory states that we learn by observing others
Social cognitive theory (
Theory of mind an understanding that other people are people too, with their own minds,
thoughts, feelings, beliefs desires, and perceptions.
Perspective-taking ability understanding that others have different feelings and experiences.
Moral reasoning the
Game Creation Lesson Plan
Date: December 2013
Subject: Motivation Plan (points and stars)
Grade Level: Second Grade +
Goal(s) & Objective(s):
Students will be able to
Understand how Accelerated Reader and Assignment
Points work, and know how to earn
Ed Cifs 203
Motivation Project Plan
Motivating children is not an easy task. They often become disinterested in
assignments and tasks after a short while, especially if they do not understand it. When
being a te
Prof. Brad Coats
ED CIFS 201
This past week in class we have read a lot about the school system has changed
just in the past 60 years. After the whole idea for a public schooling system came about,
the idea was to educate the nation all
ED CIFS 201
Personal Mission Statement
My name is Haley Barrett and I am a sophomore at Boise State University. I am
currently majoring in Elementary Education with an emphasis in literacy, and I hope to
teach kindergarten up through second grade. One org
Ed Cifs 201
Weekly Reflection #6
In the Liberationist approach to teaching, it deals highly with a certain
mannerism. In the text, it explains how having a certain manner differs from having good
manners or bad manners. While having good manners falls und
Ed Cifs 201
Prof. Brad Coats
Philosophy of Education and Grand Synthesis
Growing up, I was exposed to a variety of teaching styles. In elementary school,
we were assigned one teacher for the entire year, and I loved it. However, it wasnt until
Ed Cifs 201
The book titled White Teacher by Vivan Paley was an interesting read. I
enjoyed that she recounted her career as a Kindergarten teacher, as that is what I wish to
be after I graduate. In the preface of the book, Paley writes that in her
The American Dream
When a country is founded on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, it will
tend to focus on the individual and his or her achievements. The American dream is for
the individual citizen to succeed and improve
Education has always been a place for debate and high-staked decisions. African
Americans were fighting for what was said to be theirs and what they rightfully deserved when
they fought to have the opportunity to have an education equal to the education a