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  • Formative Assessment Paper

    In the United States, formative, and summative assessments play a large role in the education of today’s students. Summative tests are typically the biggest assessments of the year for students, teachers, and the district. In order to find out more information in regards to formative, and summative assessments, I interviewed Colette Alonge-Watz, a high school chemistry teacher. Colette has been teaching chemistry for 21 years in various schools, and for the past six years has been at Millbrook High School, in Millbrook New York. Colette prefers to use formative assessments frequently and summative assessments at the end of a big unit. For instance, she uses formative assessment in her classroom, such as do now’s, exit tickets, lab questions, and review…

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  • Pt1420 Unit 3 Assignment

    about how geometry is used in everyday situations and question why and the challenge questions were designed to encourage student to take their skills and knowledge and apply them to unknown situations. However, after observing my supervising teacher, who explained the marking criteria during all lessons, I would actively engage in further professional learning, to develop a level of understanding of the marking criteria and that I can incorporate the information into my lessons in the future…

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  • Early Literacy Assessment Summary

    Early Literacy Assessments Early literacy assessments are a critical part of a student’s success in English Language Arts and other subject areas in school. By partaking in a series of assessments during primary grade levels, educators are able to detect if a students will need support in order to have a greater opportunity at academic success during later years of schooling. The ability to read, comprehend and utilize basis reading strategies (vocabulary, questioning, retelling,…

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  • Principalship Practicum Action Inquiry: L. A. Gililland Elementary

    Texas continues raising the academic standards for students as well as the requirements for teachers (TEA, 2014). With these increments, an obvious academic gap it is reflected at L. A. Gililland Elementary. It is important that the administrator pay close attention in how teacher could collaborate among each other to analyze and create goals with the proper teaching strategies to close the academic gaps in the school. The administrator should designed a schedule where teacher could plan…

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  • Homework Assignment Analysis

    1. How do you keep track of your homework tasks? (Please describe your strategy in detail) I keep mental notes of all set homework tasks and school assignments in a priority tier. This means I prioritize remembering summative assignments and do usually forget about set homework assignments. I keep track of summative assignments by checking SEQTA and placing deadline dates in an iCloud calendar. Set homework assignments are usually not worried about over the week but I am aware that I do have…

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  • Reflection About Writing Class

    This writing class I hoped to learn some new material that can help in my future and my writing skills for other course. For this semester my expectation it was to get better on my grammar errors and connect sentence together, this are my expectations to develop after I finish this course to get a little bit better on it. It have been having difficult when I was in high school. Some of the plans that I had was to get some workshops that can help me in the writing class. Not everyone had the…

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  • Analyse The Importance Of Summative Assessment

    Assessment is the process used to gather information in order to develop an in-depth understanding of a student 's knowledge and a way to determine what they have learnt during a particular programme or course. Ann Gravells states that assessment is a way to ascertain if the learner has gained the required skills and knowledge needed towards their programme of learning. Assessment can also be used to determine any additional support needs a learner may have to ensure they are met efficiently.…

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  • Spanish Observation

    The name of the student I will be describing is Jose Garza. He is 8 years enjoys playing video games. Jose lives with his father, mother and sister Lisa. Jose’s parents can only speak Spanish and are immigrants from Mexico. Jose and his family came to the United States when he was only 2 years old and has been attending school ever since. His sister is the only other person who can speak limited English in his house. Jose is currently attending Grande Elementary School and has been closely…

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  • Final Reflection Assignment

    For my final portfolio, I chose to revise a shorter essay, “Potential Ramifications of a Trump Presidency,” and a longer essay, “Assignment 7: Finding Place Research Project.” I chose these two essays specifically because of their differences. The former is shorter, more informal, and includes more of my thoughts and opinions. The latter is a longer research paper, and thus is more formal and less biased as I attempted to give a brief history of gentrification and its impacts on East Liberty.…

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  • My Long-Range Curriculum Map Analysis

    My long-range curriculum map was designed for 3rd grade math. When I originally designed this map, math was entirely outside of my comfort zone. I did fairly well at math in elementary school; however, I have tried to help my younger brother with his math since then and I no longer excel in it. This affected my ability to feel confident when designing the units. Fortunately, this did help my perspective as an educator because I can understand how some students might struggle. Nonetheless,…

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