Think You Believe You Deserve All 100 % Of Your Team's 5s?

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1. As a member of a teaching team at Weber Middle School, you will receive a grade for your team work and presentation. Your score is based on the personal assessment rubric. Please comment on why you believe you deserve all 100% of your team’s points. (Realize this does not mean you are taking points from your teammates. It simply requires you to consider what you did for your team and why, when using the personal rubric, one should score you with all 5s. If you don’t believe you deserve all 5s, discuss this as well. Throughout the group project, I have actively participated, thought about being developmentally responsive, and had a good attitude. I was fortunate to have a group that got along well, respected each other, and enjoyed spending …show more content…
I helped with all of the requirements for the team project. It was also my duty to create the website and format the pages to be appealing to the eye. At the meeting each week, I led the discussions about how our team was going to work toward achieving the next part of the assignment. I provided ideas, explanations, and contributed to the decisions made at the meetings. Through spending time with the other members of my team, I learned a lot about them. I did not know the other agriculture education student very well, but I got to know him well through this project. It will benefit me next semester when I am constantly working with the other agriculture education students in my classes. I do not think I would have completed this project well without being an active participant. To help middle school students, I need to be developmentally responsive. It is important to think about this all of the time. I worked to be developmentally responsive in each portion of the project. This can be seen from the pictures on the website to the different activities in my lesson plans. I obviously understand the Middle School Concept. I went through a middle school, but I understand the concept better after having it explained in class. Looking back on what I have accomplished for the interdisciplinary unit, I would like to believe that the students benefit from my involvement …show more content…
Middle schoolers are constantly growing physically, mentally, and emotionally. This can create some problems or issues for students to concentrate in a classroom. Many females want to check how they look constantly, so they ask to go to the restroom. To fix the problem of students constantly asking to go to the restroom, I should place a mirror in my classroom. Another problem is that students have a hard time sitting in their seats and listening for the whole class period, so I need to segment the material and allow the students to get up and move around. Middle school is also the time where students need to find their group, and they will do anything to find that group. I could foster friendly relationships with all students by placing students in groups to work on specific projects or for discussions. These are just a few ways I can be developmentally responsive in my future

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