Monthly Archives: December 2014

December 14: Dyslexia in the Classroom

Knowledge of dyslexia will make me a better teacher. As a teacher candidate pursuing history and English language arts endorsements, reading comprehension and writing will be very central to my subjects. Knowing that dyslexia cannot be treated, but not cured … Continue reading

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December 6: Professionally-Informed, Growth-Centered Practice

E1 – Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice. This program standard requires open communication, feedback and collaboration as teacher candidates work to develop their teaching and professional skills inside and outside the classroom. It encourages them to reflect on the various aspects … Continue reading

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December 2: EDU 6120 Final Reflection

A student’s education, if only academic, is incomplete. It is essential for educators to have at the forefront of their minds the obligation they have to prepare students to be civically engaged individuals as well as their responsibility of sharing … Continue reading

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