Erin Faith C. Miranda Reflection Paper EDFD 116 DELIKADO AKO DITO, TAMA BANG PINASOK KO TO? That was the first thing that entered my mind when my teacher in EDFD116 finished her introductory remarks on the first day of our class. But now that almost 3 months had passed, I realized that I would have regretted it if I entertained the thought of escape, of giving up on this subject. Since day 1, yes, there was the fear that I would fail in this subject. But good thing, I didn’t let that fear eat up my hope that I’d be able to survive this course through effort, determination and faith. Why am I afraid in the first place you might ask? I’m a pessimist to begin with. I’m afraid with the teacher. She seems like a “terror” profess and her requirements seems to be demanding and heavy for me. Case analysis, investigations, and a portfolio. Then she asks questions like we’re on a hot seat. She has this loud, angry-like voice. And her questions are doesn’t have definite answers to it like 1 plus 1 in math. There is are no right or wrong answers, only sensible and tactful ones. Our answers would be based on our own opinion and understanding. Of course, being the pessimist that I am, I’m so afraid to give a senseless answer, afraid that my classmates have a different understanding and might laugh at my answer. Now, I’m just so thankful that I took this subject. It has helped me and it still is, in every way that it could help me. I learned so many things since day 1. And it turned out that my teacher isn’t really mad. She’s just like that. I mean, her voice was just really loud. And she’s just really active. I’ve never felt rejected in any way even if sometimes I think my answers were senseless. She makes us think all the time. And for me it is a great way to learn. She doesn’t tell us what to do, what to believe in, what is the correct way to teach this and that, what to avoid. She just facilitates the learning inside the classroom. She just guides us through the
1. What is the difference between internal and external motivation?
Internal motivation is within you, you are able to control it. It is a strong driving force that burns in you in order to achieve success. External motivation is a weaker force, as you do not own the power. You will receiver power and passion to do something from someone who is willing to push you.
2. How can overcoming self-defeating behaviors help you become a better student?
Self-defeating behaviors is the factor that will….
My Success in Life
Success is the accomplishment of one’s goals or endeavors. All throughout my life, success has been the main ambition for everything I do. It is what has given me the determination and power to push through any challenge that stood in my way of achieving what I sought. I, just like everyone else, have my own unique learning, studying, and personality traits which help make who I am as a student today. These inherent traits give me the best possible….
Katherine E Gajasan CTP 1/ 2nd Sem
Education 2 Atty. Samuel Villacampa
My Personal Educational Philosophy
Philosophy which come the Greek words that means loving wisdom. The continuous search for wisdom and the hunger of my soul towards knowledge and its help in improving all aspects of my life is what constitutes my philosophy in education.
Everything that we pass, teach or learnt is series of information that are processed into thoughts and facts vital….
Main articles: Jean Piaget and Theory of cognitive development
Piaget was a Swiss theorist who posited that children learn actively through the play process. He suggested that the adult's role in helping the child learn was to provide appropriate materials for the child to interact and construct. He would use Socratic questioning to get the children to reflect on what they were doing. He would try to get them to see contradictions in their explanations. He also developed….
Daza, Joelett T. BSE-4C (PHYSCI) EDUC.12
July 8, 2014
Topic 11: Processes of Research
Chapter 4- Research and the Researcher
Research is most often published (in academic or professional journals, in online archives, or as a "monograph") as a research "paper," though it may also be presented orally (at least initially) as a conference address, or even in "poster" format at a scholarly conference (Treece and Treece, 1995).
Research as step-by-step process obeys systematic procedure that….
A. QUIZ NO. 1
Part 1 – Source: Survey of 20th Century American Educators Related to European Antecedents – “ Child – Centered Progressivism”
1. Why should educators takes place the child on center stage?
In the child-centered progressivism, it is said that the educators takes place the child on the center stage because they need to emphasize the child’s needs and interests, striving to develop the “whole child”. Not just the child’s mind but the emotional, moral, social and physical characteristics….
ANTHROPOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
* derived from the Greek words anthropus meaning “man”, “human” and logus, meaning study
* the study of mankind
* the science that treats of the origin, development (physical, intellectual, moral, etc.) and especially the cultural development, customs, beliefs, etc, of man.
* the science of man and his work (Herskovitz)
* the scientific study of physical, social, and cultural development and behavior of human beings since….
(Due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 6 with the Lesson Plan!)
Candidate: Alyssa Vaughan
All sections below should be addressed with thorough responses; phrases and incomplete sentences are not acceptable. Key words such as “since,” “because,” “through,” “using” etc...should be seen throughout the document explaining the way that various competencies were met. Be sure to include things you would change in your lesson in order to improve your effectiveness as an instructor….
FINAL PAPER for EDUC 221
FINAL PAPER: 150 points. A maximum of 15 points will be deducted for excessive
(more than 3) grammatical errors. Please staple the rubric to your Final paper.
Question 1: As the majority of students in teacher education programs are monolingual and White who have very limited experiences with children of color and English language learners, they also bring misperceptions, stereotypes, biases, and passive racism to their field experiences (Marx, p. 163).
Article Review 2: Inclusion of Students with Autism
EDUC 521: Foundations of Exceptionality
Students with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (HFASD) are increasingly being included in general education classrooms. From 1993-2006 there has been a 244% increase in students with HFASD spending 80% or more of their school day in the inclusive classroom. Inclusion is considered by many parents and professionals as the primary form of treatment or intervention….