Tag Archives: Exceptional Learners

I Don’t Need Social Justice

I don’t need social justice in my life to survive. I am a young, middle-class white woman who serves to benefit from society for no other reason than white privilege. I do not need to feel guilty about being white … Continue reading

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What is this category page?

This category serves to function as a space to collect all of my ideas about Social Justice. I will look at the “isms,” such as race, gender/sexual orientation, class, religion, exceptionalities, and so much more. I will strive to look … Continue reading

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Summary of Personal Learning: #ecmp355

Well it is hard to believe that it is the end of another semester. This one flew right by. So I guess all that’s left is to show you what I’ve learned! The following is a very basic transcript of … Continue reading

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Philosophy of Teaching Statement

My philosophy of teaching is aimed towards the benefits of the student, and the belief that the objective of education should be to inspire searching for answers, as this is how we develop our communities and society. The following statement … Continue reading

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I Believe Statements

I believe that… teachers should do their best to avoid segregation in classrooms. teachers should strive to be inclusive in teaching. teachers should teach using a number of methods and strategies. teachers should promote learning differences in terms of style. … Continue reading

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Arguing for Twitter in the Classroom

The Pro-Twitter side as written by Danae Andrie. Thank you for your thoughts on how Twitter can be incorporated into the classroom in a positive manner. I especially liked the use of links, photos and GIF’s. As a side note … Continue reading

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Pre-Internship Assessment and Evaluation Practices

This page will host my reflections on the assessment and evaluation experiences I encountered during my Pre-Internship. I will post the different tools I used, and discuss: what worked well? What didn’t? What would I change, and how? Throughout my … Continue reading

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Pre-Internship Lesson Plans

Below are the lesson plans that I taught during my three week Pre-Internship block. Throughout the three weeks I taught ELA B10, which was co-planned with my partner who also taught this course with another group. During the second and … Continue reading

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Sex Ed or Sextortion, You Decide

Imagine you had the choice to educate others about their digital online presence. Now imagine that somewhere out there is a young girl who is being blackmailed to take photos of herself and send them to the predator or face … Continue reading

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What Do You Mean “Differentiation Doesn’t Work”?

I was reading this article Differentiation Doesn’t Work – Education Week and found myself thinking that the author had missed the whole point of differentiation. Now, it is true that I don’t yet have a classroom of my own to try to … Continue reading

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