• Refelective Analysis
    Holston Grand Canyon University: SPE 226 May 13, 2012 Doing this assignment was very interesting to go into a classroom and do observation. While doing my observation I was at Rehoboth Road Middle School. I had the pleasure to observe a MID self-contained class. The teacher that I was paired...
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  • Observation Paper
    EDUC 111 Observation Paper #1 Classroom Characteristics Second grade Entering this sky blue room at Peoria Christian, I noticed multiple characteristics that were similar to other second grade classrooms. The physical arrangement, the aesthetics, and the environment contributes a lot to learning...
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  • Math Observations
    Kindergarten Math Observations Mrs. Miller, Antelope Elementary, Kindergarten Observed: Wednesday (9:00am-10:30am) 3/27/13 Classroom rotation- children went from one room to the next for separate subjects, also each group of kids had been evaluated and put into advanced, moderate, and standard levels...
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  • Characteristics of Adhd and Teaching Methods
    portfolios, observations and anecdotal comments, student-teacher conferences, quizzes, and tests are some of the tools used to collect information about a student’s achievements. When a teacher has concerns about a student’s level of achievement following the use of curriculum-based classroom assessments...
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  • Class Room Observation
    CLASSROOM OBSERVATION FORM HU-D 205 School Name: Roosevelt Elementary School _ School District: Santa Ana Unified School District _ Date of Observation: May 5th 2012 _ Number of Students enrolled: 11 _ Attending: 10 _ Special Education Categories: Autistic, Learning...
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  • A Study of Student Learning
    For the next five days my role was to observe and analyse learning in the classroom. Learning can be seen as acquiring knowledge, linked to past experiences and teaching. Its quality can vary greatly, often in the classroom what is being taught is quite different to what is being learnt by students...
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  • Education Field Observation Report
    Field Observation Report I have learned a lot about the teaching profession this semester. My dream has always been to become an Elementary teacher. I had the opportunity to observe many classrooms, especially at the Elementary grade levels. Through field experience, I was able to imagine my own classroom...
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  • Observation
    Running head: Observation and Reflection Paper The Observation and Reflection Paper: A Reflection of Mrs. Bells’ Classroom KaJania S. Pratt THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TEACHING Instructor: Mr. Joel Slater University of Phoenix March 15, 2010 The Observation and Reflection...
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  • Field Experience in Elem. School
    Osmara Alvarez EE4070 Summer 2013 Observation Summary Report 1 I have conducted my field of experience at Westside Elementary School, second and third grade classroom. The third grade class consists of 20 students. The teacher does not have any aide even though she needs some assistance, because...
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  • Ability Grouping - Paper
    Grouping in the Elementary Classroom and its Effects on Students’ Academic Lives Chris Olenoski Trinity College Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/theses Recommended Citation Olenoski, Chris, "Ability Grouping in the Elementary Classroom and its Effects on Students’...
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  • effective teaching
    assessments designed to assess higher-order conceptual understanding; classroom observations and teacher reflections on their practice; assessments of teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge; student perceptions of the classroom instructional environment; and teachers’ perceptions of working conditions...
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  • Adhd Case Study
    Observation Overview Observation site I completed my observation at Kerkstra Elementary School, located in Oak Forest, Illinois, which serves grades 1-5 in the Forest Ridge School District 142. Kerkstra has received a Great Schools Rating of 7 out of 10, based on its performance on state standardized...
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  • Mock Iep
    not received Title I services for reading. She is performing below her grade level in math, writing and spelling. Presently, she is receiving Title I services for Math. Sophia has been acting out in the classroom, on recess and during lunch. She has been acting out, crying inappropriately and having...
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  • Paper
    Clinical Observation Report Connecting Classroom Practice to Theory Illinois State University C&I 210 Child Growth and Development By: Matt Evans   Before the conclusion of these observations I really did not have a very...
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  • Theoretical Paradigms
    Logical positivism (also “logical empiricism”) is a key to thoughts of the twentieth century and was the attempt to introduce methodology and precision of math and science into the growing field of philosophy (Ayer 1979). Upon the ending of World War I, a group of scientists, philosophers, and mathematicians...
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  • Classroom Observation
    Classroom Observation Samuel Castaneda MTE / 501 March 25, 2013 Charla Jones Classroom Observation Spent the morning of the 14th of March 2013 in the 5th grade class at Canyon Breeze Elementary School. Darrell Bledsoe is the teacher. Darrell and I served together in the US Air Force. We were...
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  • Benchmark Test
    Child's Name: Ayanna Bey [pic] Date: 4/20/12 Child's Age: 8 years Setting: Classroom Time: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 [pic] After an hour of observing Ayanna...
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  • Teacher Interview and Observation Paper
    Teacher Interview and Observation on Lesson Implementation Theresa Flournoy University of Phoenix/Axia College EDU 310 At 1:00 p.m. I entered into Evoline C. West Elementary school on Thursday, July 12 2012 for an interview with Mrs. Yolanda Lawrence. As I entered the classroom, I was greeted by...
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  • Observation
    Observation Experience Spending time in the four elementary classrooms was a great experience. Observing the students from the different grade levels taught me a lot on how a child can change over a couple year periods. Just by watching I learned a great deal about being in the profession...
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  • Assessment Design
    Students think laterally. Outcome 2: Students select, integrate and apply numerical and spatial concepts and techniques. Learning Area Outcomes: Maths Outcome 6 Level One: The student reads, writes and says small whole numbers, using them to say how many things there are, makes collections of a given...
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