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Learning style and Preferred Ways of Thinking

This is the first week of my class, differentiated instruction. Similar to other classes I was asked to create a mind map of my initial thoughts prior to reviewing the course material for the week and then again after. 621 more words

Differentiated Instruction

SHS Math Teacher Continues to Learn and Grow...

by Lew White, Mathematics Teacher – Sandwich High School

To paraphrase: “a teacher’s work is never done….”.  During summer vacation I took two courses.

The first, informally called “ 308 more words

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How Do You Learn?

Educators today, whether Christian or secular, realize that people learn differently. Some of us learn best when we incorporate movement into our learning. We may listen to a lecture as we exercise. 513 more words

A Philosophy of Education for Your Consideration

The following Philosophy of Education was created by Shaun McMichael, Molly Petersen, Caitie Scott, and Zoe Wright-Bell as part of a group assignment for EDU 6132  132 more words

Collaborative Learning

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

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Embracing Messy Learning | Edutopia

I discovered an interesting post on Edutopia this morning by Joshua Block. His blog post resonated with me because his message was a reminder that learning isn’t always neat. 96 more words

EDRD 6530 Bloggary 5

Prompt: Would the writing workshop approach work in your discipline? How might you organize a workshop?

While reading about writing workshops in chapter eight (Daniels, Zemelman, & Steineke, 2007), I developed an idea for how to incorporate one into my math classes. 423 more words

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