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    This semester, I have learned plenty of concepts and material that have shaped my teaching methods. Our class has helped to develop a strong curriculum, but also, to understand the needs and reality of every student. Also, the lectures, reading, guest professors and our visits to DCP have helped to understand why I want to be a teacher. I have learned and realized that as a future teacher, I am not going to be able to take care or help every single student, but I will do my best to assist them as much as I can. For instance, Professor Julia Gonzalez mentioned that in the first couple of years, teachers take too much responsibility and as a result, they burn out in less than four years. Moreover, I have learned about the importance of demonstrating…

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    and evaluate” critically in order to attain wisdom and intelligence, something not easily obtained due to the constant bombardment of the media and outside world around us (Roca and Schuh, 2).However, through the study of philosophy, we will “enhance our ability” to analyze what life will throw at us. It also helps us to analyze logically and critically, to question thoroughly, and to write and think rigorously, which in retrospect makes us more intelligent and well informed individuals. 2.…

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    Throughout my life I have been intrigued by the teaching methods of teachers, particularly when it came to the subject of mathematics. Once I entered university, and began to take increasingly more difficult mathematic classes, I realized that the methods of teaching mathematics relied too heavily on the notion of memorization, and not understanding the basic concepts of the material at hand, which is vital in having success in university mathematic courses. Yet, I have felt that neither…

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    with no income. I did reach out for some guidance and counselling from an instructor. I eventually quit my job finals week of summer quarter. I instantly saw an improvement in my studying and my ability to retain the material. I was also able to get rest and noticed an improvement in my health. As a result, my GPA improved from 2.567 in the spring quarter to 2.797. Fall quarter was a battle for me because my living situation changed a week before finals. My children and I have been sleeping on…

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    Part A: Flotation Ltd. Case 1. What are the pros and cons of Sam’s teaching methods? Pros: Sam is a well-liked teacher and is well known and has a reputation for delivering fun courses so it would motivate people to come in with a positive attitude and learn instead of finding the training to be tedious and being uninterested He has been with the organization for a long time and knows the company culture and structure very well. So his methods could be very well aligned with the organizations…

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    I do feel that my experience in student teaching has pushed me into becoming a more reliable person. Many times, during my student teaching, I was prompted by teachers to perform easy actions such as reading a book to a class or teaching a whole lesson or unit. Being that my mentor teacher is the one giving me my job, I feel more inclined to perform just about anything she asks. With that type of mentality, I dedicated myself to becoming anything that I teacher needed me to be. I face…

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    Game Teaching Case Study

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    The problems and solutions in the game teaching Game teaching is a kind of auxiliary means in order to realize the teaching goal, which suggests that not every class should design a game. Now the English classrooms focus on the fast pace and large capacity, only with precious 40 minutes, so teachers can’t causally spent limited time on the games. 4.1 The design of the game content and rules In some cases, teaching game is completely equivalent to the general game, which does not have auxiliary…

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    SEP #4 In my observation of a Kindergarten class, there were many different teaching methods used. The teacher used many visual aids, and example would be when she asked the students to draw a pig. She displayed a pig on the board that was drawn by a guest speaker, and the students were asked to replicate the drawing. The teacher I observed also used games to enhance the student’s learning. The games were not meant to be competitive, but simply there to help the students with thing such as…

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    Hector’s passion for teaching is evident, by his outrage at the categorization of General Studies. It seems Hector believes all knowledge is specific and important, rather than a time-table filler. He quotes the poet A.E. Houseman ‘All knowledge is precious whether or not it serves the slightest human use.’ By quoting a poet, his affinity for literature becomes clear, and this starts to shape the audience’s view of Hector as a truly devoted teacher. Hector’s introduction also presents him as a…

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    children’s education, teachers play an important role. Since the No Child Left Behind Act was signed into law in 2002, many people have been concern about children’s learning and academic achievement, especially parents and educators. In fact, teachers are always trapped in “teaching dilemmas” because each teaching method has different levels of pros and cons for students. Wiggins and McTighe (2005) suggested that for all of the choices that teachers have during a day of instruction, many fit…

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