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Reflection #3 – Brain Rules

Identify ways an instructional designer can help students maximize their learning based on content in the Medina book.

“No two people’s brains store the same information in the same way in the same place (Medina, 2014).” 317 more words


EDU 6132 Meta-Reflection

Prompt: Please describe some of the big ideas or “take-aways” from this course. What have you learned the most about? What ideas have perhaps caused you to make changes to your practice or at the very least caused you to pause and reconsider some preconceptions you have had?   680 more words


EDU 6170 Reflection on Microteaching Experience

After a summer of theory and discussion about what goes into an effective lesson, we finally had an opportunity to practice with a 20-minute microteaching lesson performed for our classmates. 1,114 more words

2 Instruction

6150 General Inquiry, Teaching, and Assessment Methods Course Reflection

  1. Content Knowledge Criteria – The teacher uses content area knowledge, learning standards, appropriate pedagogy and resources to design and deliver curricula and instruction to impact student learning.
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Brain Rules

Apprenticeship and Visuals in the Classroom: EDU 6132 Meta-Reflection

Program Standard 3. Differentiation The teacher acquires and uses specific knowledge about students’ cultural, individual intellectual and social development and uses that knowledge to adjust their practice by employing strategies that advance student learning. 937 more words

Effective Educators

Reflection 2 (EDU 6132) – Exploration and Memory

The last few weeks’ readings have presented a number of topics that have engaged my educator’s mind in considering the steps I might take in reflecting my students’ cognitive development. 447 more words

5 Learning Environment

Don't Fight Biology, Work With It

As a teacher it is critical to know your students so that you can differentiate instruction for them. Reading Medina (2014) and discussing his work on the biological facts related to the evolutionary development of the human mind has provided me with a foundation upon which I intend to build three classroom practices. 504 more words

Differentiated Instruction