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Meta-Reflection: Curriculum Design

Upon registering for classes for my first quarter in the ARC program, I was definitely intrigued by even the title of “Curriculum Design.” I had basic knowledge for what school curriculum was and how it looks, but I never thought of  381 more words

Curriculum Design

EDU 6542 - Meta Reflection

Throughout this course, I have learned much about constructing thoughtful, student-focused, differentiated lessons. Some of the concepts that have contributed to this learning are the backwards design model and teaching exceptional learners, both gifted and struggling. 830 more words

Meta Reflection

EDU 6524: Meta-Reflection

Having never been in a classroom before as a teacher it was very daunting to hear during the first week of the course that I needed to start thinking about a unit I would be teaching that would consist of 15-25 lessons. 742 more words


Curriculum Design Meta-Reflection

H1 – Honor student diversity and development.
Teacher candidates plan and/or adapt learner centered curricula that engage students in a variety of culturally responsive, developmentally, and age appropriate strategies. 794 more words


Quindell cash flow from August 2014 interim statement

Back from holiday and busy reading the update from Quindell PLC today.

I just wanted to draw your attention to what I believe is the key section of the Quindell update today in my opinion, namely the section entitled “Focus on Fundamental Cash Dynamics”. 249 more words


2E Students: Where Giftedness and Learning Disabilities Coexist

It is interesting that we use the word ‘exceptional’ to describe both students that are gifted and talented and students with learning disabilities. In my view, all students are exceptional and gifted each in their own unique and individualized way. 563 more words


M6 Reflection: Learners in Context

               Relating socio-cultural development to the classroom speaks toward HOPE standard H1 “Honor student diversity and development”.  We learn from Vygotsky that all of us are affected by our surrounding from a very early age.  309 more words