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    Dunbar. When these poets fuse their emotions with their words, we the readers are able to feel a fraction of what they might have felt at the time of the poems creation. It is this component that allows the readers to effectively take away any life lessons that might have been incorporated…

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    philosophy. As I considered these leadership lessons, there are three that struck a chord with my own sense of leadership These include, “Lead from the inside out” (p.11), “Let each player discover his own destiny” (p.13), and “Keep your eye on the spirit, and not the scoreboard” (p.20). The first lesson, “lead from the inside out” (Jackson & Delehanty, 2014, p.11), in many ways resembles Parker Palmers’ (2004) notion of the Mobius Strip. In this lesson, Phil Jackson realized the importance of…

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    Edtpa Self Reflection

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    U-ACT E,enetary Content reflections 1. a. For my edTPA I will being using lesson from the unit covering T Absolute True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexey, along with materials to prepare my students for the upcoming State Exam I feel this unit will allow the best opportunities to pull fair representations of my development as a teacher as well as opportunities to adapt/revise lessons to allow for student voices. Since this curricular unit will near its end and the material for the…

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    Clarkson Observation

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    My plan for this activity was to have Jaxson to play with a set of action figures that presented careers like police officer, fire fighter, and farmer. So, that Jaxson had to compare and categorized them along with having to think deeply about where they go and what they do. These were simple designs that were created for toddlers and they came with their own small cloth buildings to show where they work. So, Jaxson and I sat at the table where I presented one action figure with all the…

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    reviewed what was done for PBL implementation this summer; Buck institute coming in and helping write curriculum. She went over lessons created for both science and ELA. She also discussed next steps for implementation. Next steps for implementation: • Packaging science lessons • Correct, refine and fluff science lessons; discussion arouse when staff was asked to fluff lessons. Clarification was asked regarding what fluff meant, Miss. Haro mentioned that in science there is no fluff, its…

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    formally in school. Playing with ants in the yard turned into class pets and food chain lessons; eating leafs turned into growing bean sprouts to learn about photosynthesis. But this, too, changed as I got older. However, the wonder and curiosity of the natural world never faded, and I strongly believe that is why I am studying to be a science teacher now. Over the years, I have done a lot of science lessons, but one stands out to me in particular.…

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    credible resources to increase student engagement. Rationale: I want to improve my teaching by looking for credible resources and implementing these new ideas in future lesson plans. Right now in our lessons we tend to do the same thing each week for opening and closings, so I would like to use some of my new ideas in the lessons so it can be more engaging. In these sections we play Chickionary, Boggle, Hangman, and Word Search but I could be implementing my new ideas. Often when I think of my…

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    Critical Reflection Paper

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    Critical question: I wonder what happens when I try improving lesson pacing by first incorporating effective transitions and procedures in the classroom, second checking for student understanding, third using effective lesson planning, and fourth assuring that students are engaged? Contextual factors: I conducted this action research project in a Title I school, where I was an intern. I am at the school two days a week all day. The school I am at currently has 82.16% free and reduced lunch. The…

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    In my Sunday School class, I teach about 5-6 students on average on a good day so trying to get 8 students all involved in the lessons and activities was going to be a challenge. I did not know how big of a challenge until I started the field experience. My mentor teacher prepared the tutors and encouraged us. She is an incredible teacher and mentor. I am truly happy to have had…

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    willingness to be engaged and on task. I can be a perfectionist and being unprepared has caused me to have high anxiety in the past. To help minimize my anxiety and concerns about being prepared, I will prepare my lesson plans at least three weeks in advance, along with alternative lessons and activities. I will make sure the supplies are ready and on my students tables the evening before. Most importantly, I will learn to adapt and…

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