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EDU 6085 - Are School Dress Codes Sexist?

As a part of the Moral Issues in Education class, I chose to discuss school dress codes and whether or not they are inherently sexist. Below is the research paper on this topic. 1,933 more words

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EDU 6120 - Values education

In this week’s readings, Ellis discusses various educational challenges that teachers face. What was particularly prominent to me was the notion that teacher will teach values, either directly or by example. 350 more words

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EDU 6120 - Comenius and the Classroom

In the outline for session 5, the list of pedagogical methods of Comenius, a couple of things stuck out for me.

c. The classroom should be arranged to engender ‘as much pleasure as fairs’.

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H1 - Honor Student Diversity

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. 549 more words

H1 - Honor Student Diversity And Development

Learners in Context Post-Course Meta-Reflection

[1] The Learners in Context course focused on two principals of HOPE, E1 — Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice and H1 — Honor student diversity and development. 673 more words

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Self-Organized Learning for Students and Educators

A Final Look at “Beyond the Hole in the Wall: Discover the Power of Self-Organized Learning”

From his years of research, Mitra (2012) gathered data on Self-Organized learning and presented it clearly in his novel. 283 more words

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M6 Reflection: Social and Cultural Influences

H1 – “To demonstrate a positive impact on student learning, teacher candidates honor student diversity and development.” (Seattle Pacific University). This standard implies that each student has a unique set of personal and developmental differences where teachers can use recent and relevant research to positively impact student learning. 349 more words

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