Monthly Archives: December 2015

Journal Entry #7

I agree with Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, especially in connection with teaching. I have always felt that IQ tests or simple objective tests do not do justice to individuals who possess skills outside that format. Understanding these different “distinct … Continue reading

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Journal Entry #7 – Appld Inq Assess Methods

I looked at the OSPI web site to further my understanding of the current state of statewide testing in Washington State. It is apparent based on the data there is a large discrepancy between students who meet standards in the … Continue reading

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Journal Entry #6 – Appld Inq Assess Methods

The subject of statewide testing being connected to teacher evaluations has been an issue that I have learned a great deal about over the past couple months. My internship placement is at a Seattle Public School and I was around … Continue reading

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Journal Entry #5 – Appld Inq Assess Methods

As outlined in Classroom Assessment in Action by Shermis and De Vesta, the KWL procedure accomplishes a variety of educational purposes. In my internship placement, I have the tendency to rush into material in order to cover a wide range … Continue reading

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Course Reflection: Professional Issues/Abuse

7. Families and Community: The teacher communicates and collaborates with students, families and all educational stakeholders in an ethical and professional manner to promote student learning. To me, this means that educators involve families in the educational process and utilize … Continue reading

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