Category Archives: E3

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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November 16: All Things Considered

Investing in our young people is the most important thing we can do (Scheuerman, 2014). The introduction and discussion of Horace Mann’s contributions to the foundations of our educational system brought out that key theme of investment in our youth: … Continue reading

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October 19: I Learned About Intentional Moral Education

Having no real experience with public education due to only being educated in private religiously affiliated schools, it is refreshing to discover that nationwide there are ideals agreed upon to be central to the job of educators and the lives … Continue reading

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October 12: Clear and Unclear Windows

It is very clear that beyond having a passion for teaching and working with students in individual areas of expertise, it is essential for educators to have at the forefront of their minds the responsibility they have of preparing students to … Continue reading

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