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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #3

This last week was as busy as ever, and I ramping up with doing more lesson plans each week. My math group was very interesting this week because I am realizing the polarity within the group. I also realized how … Continue reading

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Students as Learners EDU-6132 Quiz 1

1. List of behaviors and motor skills. Typical Age at which skill is evident in child. 2 months – Turns head to follow moving object 9 months – Sits alone for 1 minute; says “da-da” 1 year – Walks while … Continue reading

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EDU 6120 – Week 8 “I can teach”

As important as all the readings were this week, probably the most pertinent to me as a Special Education teaching student was Arthur Ellis’ section on the Public Law 94-142 in 1975, which has been updated several times maybe most … Continue reading

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Module 7 – Organizing, Managing, One-to-One, Producing and Presenting

Our team workshop project really took off this week as we finished our syllabus, supplemental documents, and individual PowerPoint’s presentations aimed at the different phases of the class. I had never used PowerPoint before, so that was a good experience. … Continue reading

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EDTC 6526, Module 6 – Math Modeling & TELA

I found several sites and program that I think will be useful to me especially in a special education classroom. The two main ones were “kidspiration,” and “Starfall.” While “kidspiration” looks to be a great learning tool I know there … Continue reading

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SPU-EDTC 6536 – Module 5, Games and Virtual Environments

In my reflection this week I’d like to discuss the 2 biggest things that stood out to me this week in studying about games and virtual environments in the classroom. First is my fascination of Ender’s Game (Card, 1985). Secondly … Continue reading

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EDTC 6536 – Module 3, Plargiarism & copyrighting

This week in EDTC we studied different kinds of copyright infringement, and found ways to avoid it. I know that plagiarism happens often, but I think that a lot of it is due to confusion and ignorance of the rules … Continue reading

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