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Classroom Tips Project EDU 6363

I used Microsoft Sway to show 7 Classroom Tips for Integrating Technology in the ELA and Social Studies Classroom. I chose this topic because it is an area of improvement for myself, as a current 3rd grade teacher at a … Continue reading

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About Me Project EDU 6363

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EDU 6150 Reflection

4.2 Setting Instructional Outcomes–All the instructional outcomes are clear, written in the form of student learning. Most suggest viable methods of assessment. Standards 4.2 means that one is able to write a coherent lesson plan that focuses on the needs of the … Continue reading

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Digital Citizenship Glog Poster

ISTE Standard 4: Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility. To create my digital citizenship poster, I first needed to find out what issues are most pressing for my students. In the classroom, we don’t use the Internet much except … Continue reading

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Digital Storytelling Project

To go directly to my Sway, please click here: Reese and Aunt Key.   Choosing a topic for my digital storytelling project was challenging. I wanted to find a topic that would tell my family a story about me. One of … Continue reading

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Building Positive Self-Esteem in Students

The research by psychologist Carl Rogers suggests what many teachers may already know—that good things happen when students’ feelings are responded to, when the students are regarded as worthwhile human beings, and when their teacher relates to them in a … Continue reading

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How is Knowledge Socially Constructed?

Constructivism is a theory of learning that argues that humans generate knowledge and meaning from an interaction between their experiences and their ideas. In other words, it is a theory of learning asserting that knowledge is not passively received (i.e. … Continue reading

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