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Course Reflection

Program Standard E1 – Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice

Writing Prompts:
1. Citation of the program standard (one standard from HOPE principles) along with an interpretation of what… 773 more words

H2 - EDU 6918

Education 6132 - Learners in Context: Meta-Reflection

E1 – Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice

Throughout the progression of this course, I learned so much about adolescent development from a biological, psychological, and sociological perspective.  510 more words

EDU 6132

December 14: Dyslexia in the Classroom

Knowledge of dyslexia will make me a better teacher. As a teacher candidate pursuing history and English language arts endorsements, reading comprehension and writing will be very central to my subjects. 1,718 more words


Course Reflection on Program Standard E1 for EDU 6918

E1: Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice. Teacher candidates develop reflective, collaborative, professional growth-centered practices through regularly evaluating the effects of his/her teaching through feedback and reflection.  To me, this means to constantly be self-evaluating as well as to ask others and continue to be evaluated by feedback and reflection from other teachers and staff [1].   438 more words

Episode 1, Strip 14 "He Was Also the Maestro in Seinfeld"

Kind of a light strip, and super meta, but that’s fine with me. I especially like the image in the final frame, and thought if I’m going to have the characters reference the comic itself, they might as well reference the actors because, why not. 36 more words


E1. – Exemplify professionally informed, growth-centered practice [1]. To me, E1 involves not only creating an environment of professionalism where students are challenged in a specific content area, but also encourages students to grow and learn from their mistakes [1]. 311 more words


EDSP 6644

Peer Review Article

Learning about how to go about teaching students who have different disabilities or learning disorders has been a real eye-opening experience for me. 290 more words