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Statement of Special Education Philosophy

The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Washington labels special education as a service, not a place. That is the basis for my philosophy on special education and how that service is provided to students. 1,497 more words

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HOPE Principle H1

HOPE principle H1 states: 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. 453 more words

Internship

H1- Honor Student Development: The Seating Chart

H1 –Honor student diversity and development. To me, honoring student diversity means that I have the responsibility to provide all students with the best possible learning experience that is contingent to their own personal learning needs. 454 more words

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H1: Honor student diversity and development.

H1: Honor student diversity and development. To me this means that teachers recognize that each student is an individual with individual experiences. [1] I have a tendency to think in terms of black and white, however throughout my internship I have been struck by the varying shades of grey of child development. 355 more words

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Honor Student Diversity and Development

H1- Honor student diversity and development. H1 means to engage students using a variety of culturally responsive, developmental, and age appropriate strategies. Although it is necessary to plan a lesson that is engaging and standards-based, it is important for the lesson to include the needs of all students as well [1]. 346 more words

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H1 – Honor student diversity and development.

The H1 HOPE Standard states that teachers will 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. 515 more words

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The Impact of Environmental Factors on Student Learning

H1 – Honor student diversity and development.

This standard focuses on the teacher candidate creating curriculum that centers around the learner’s needs, particularly in terms of being culturally, developmentally, and linguistically appropriate in its strategies to promote student engagement [1]. 346 more words

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