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Special Education and Exceptionalities - EDU 6989

EDU 6989: Field Experience and Professional Issues

Is full inclusion the best option for students with disabilities? 

Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (1974), PL 94-192 (IDEA) is a public law that was passed in order to accommodate students with special needs in American public schooling. 295 more words

EDTC 6432 Module 1 Digital Natives & Digital Immigrants

The articles authored by Marc Prensky are focused on the state of our current education system more specifically, the contrast in which the new technological generation of children learn to how their educators are expecting them to learn.  583 more words

Brave New World: Code Switching in the Digital Age

Module I, EDU 6432; Principles of Hope H1:  Honor Student Diversity and Development

I have been teaching full-time in private schools since for just a bit more than twelve years; my start date nearly perfectly coincides with the publication of Marc Prensky’s “Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants” (2001).   667 more words


Religion in Schools

The role religion plays in a classroom has been one of the controversies I have struggled with a lot. A few years ago, when I was working for my local school districts summer program I walked past two soon to be first graders during snack. 451 more words


Toys That Teach

H1- honor student diversity and development.   Standard H1, to honor student diversity and development, means to not only acknowledge the different learning needs for students, but to plan alternative learning methods and to implement those needs. 333 more words


H1 - Internship Evidence

H1: Honor student diversity and development.  This means that effective teachers present instruction that is relevant to diverse groups of students within the age and content bounds of the classroom. 279 more words

Internship Post 1- HOPE Principle H1

H1- Honor Student Diversity and Development

HOPE principle H1 is wide reaching in application but most directly relates to a teacher’s ability to attend to the unique characteristics of each student. 378 more words