Category Archives: E1

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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November 2: The Key Idea

Arthur Ellis explains that an educator’s philosophic position on education and schooling stems from their own philosophy of life which is developed over time due to a variety of sources: people, school and environment being the most identifiable sources. As … Continue reading

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October 26: Learning Illustrated

Even with the prescribed structure of school (school bells ringing to direct students from class to class, the restrictions of 7 period school days, the disconnect from subject to subject, common cores standards and pressure for high test scores) schools … Continue reading

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