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Part 1

Reflection 1

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 2

Reflection 2

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 3

Impact of student learning 5

complete component #3.1, 3.2, and 3.3. This part of the template is where you enter the information you discussed in the last assignment. Describe your pre-test, post-test, formative and summative assessments.

You will not complete 3.4 until AFTER you have taught the lesson and given the post-test.

After you submit this assignment, you may begin teaching the lesson that you will use for this project. Remember to pre-test the students first, issue formative assessments during the lesson (3-5 days) and then post-test them after you teach the unit. You will be teaching the lesson that you described in your template. If it is the same lesson you are using for your TIAI evaluation, that is fine. If it is not, that is ok, too.

You will upload the template to this assignment which also includes the saved information with updates/edits from components #1-2.

Part 4

Reflection 3

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 5

Impact of student learning 6

Now that you have taught your lesson for the Impact on Student Learning project and issued the post-test as a summative assessment to your students, record the final data in the template on component #3.4. Save it and continue to component #4. You will also complete all of component #4 after you review your data. Upload the template here with a completed #1-4.

Use the document under the “welcome” module labeled “Impact on Student Learning Instructions and Rubrics” to view an example of what this component should look like.

If you have not yet completed your lesson and assessments, please communicate with your university supervisor about when you will be completing it. This portion of the assignment should be completed before you leave for the holidays.

Part 6

Read through “The First Days of School” by Drs. Wong. Choose a chapter that you consider an “ah-ha” moment. Write a full paragraph about what you discovered and why you chose this topic.

Part 7

Reflection 4

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 8

Impact of student learning 7

Using the template, complete components 5 and 6. Submit the template with completed components #1-6. Use the rubric with examples in the first “welcome” module. Include any edits/revisions provided to you from your previous assignments.

Part 9

Use the link below to complete the technology training. Write a one-page summary describing each activity and what you did for the training. Upload your one-page summary to this assignment module.

Link:

https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fpadle…

Part 10

Reflection 5

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 11

Reflection 6

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 12

Reflection 7

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 13

Reflection 8

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 14

Reflection 9

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 15

Reflection 10

Submit your first reflection for the term in this assignment module. The reflections for this term are similar to the reflections from the last term but should include more information about differentiation and depth in the responses.

Remember, you should never stop selecting appropriate objectives, assessing your students, or reflecting upon your best and weakest moments. No teacher is ever “finished” with self-reflection. Consider allowing yourself to continue this weekly process as you move into your career over the next few years. Even very experienced teachers should consider growing, analyze data, and critique their own lessons.

Each question is worth 2.5 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors, incomplete answers, or repeated answers from previous weeks.

Each of these reflections should include class events from your classroom, your reactions to those events, and how you develop, implement, and modify subject content and teaching strategies to meet the needs of your students. This section includes differentiation of instruction to meet individual students’ needs.

Reflection Questions:

(1) What was I trying to accomplish this past week? Be specific about listing student learning outcomes/objectives. These objectives should reflect expectations from the College and Career Readiness Standards/Common Core/Curriculum Framework Standards (whichever your school district uses.)

(2) How successful was I in accomplishing my goals? Be specific about how many students passed or did not pass weekly assessments. Note: In order to stay current on student progress, students should be assessed (formally or informally) on a weekly basis; therefore, the results of those assessments should be included in this section. Interns will not receive credit for this section if information is not specifically stated concerning assessment results.

(3) How can I improve my ability to meet my goals in the future? Be specific about what you will do to ensure that you are meeting the needs of ALL students so that each student will reach his/her potential. There should be an emphasis on how you are differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student in your class.

(4) In this section you should include any concerns you have regarding your goals, abilities to deliver classroom instruction, student behavior, etc. This is your opportunity to communicate with your supervisor and receive feedback. Do not state, “I have no concerns”. Be very specific and do not repeat the same answers from previous weeks.

Part 16

Impact of student learning 8

Using the IoSL template, complete component #7. Use the rubric and instructions in the “welcome” module. Submit the completed template with components #1-7 complete and wait for feedback. You are almost finished with this assignment. After you receive feedback, you will make the final edits/revisions as suggested by your university supervisor and then you will upload the final template in week 7’s module.

Part 17

Read through “The Classroom Management Book” by Drs. Wong and Wong. Choose a chapter that you consider an “ah-ha” moment. Write a full paragraph about what you discovered and why you chose this topic.

Part 18

Use the attached document to answer the questions on your own pdf or word document. Upload your responses to this assignment by the due date. Legal Issues Scenarios 2022.pdf.Download Legal Issues Scenarios 2022.pdf.

Part 19

After receiving feedback and making all of your final revisions, upload your completed template to this assignment module. It might look very similar to your last IoSL assignment #8, but it should be polished and have all of the suggestions made to you by your supervisor. Congrats on climbing this mountain! Don’t forget that this is just the beginning. Use this information for all future lessons!

Part 20 view Carter WC LP sample for this part, it need to be in that format and just like that but it is a government senior class.

This is a summative observation using the TIAI. Upload a copy of your TIAI lesson plan in TK20 prior to the observation. Your university supervisor will enter your final scores and feedback in TK20. Your university supervisor will not be able to observe you unless you have provided a copy of your TIAI lesson plan at least two days in advance to your observation.

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