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Each teacher candidate is required to gather resources and activities from the I

Each teacher candidate is required to gather resources and activities from the
Internet/other sources for teaching content through reading and language/arts in
elementary, depending on his/her certification area. Specific categories
must be addressed in this notebook that includes spelling, comprehension, vocabulary,
fluency, and assessment. Use strategies that cover a range of texts, which include journal entries, memoirs, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, persuasion, narrative, expository, etc.
You can use this page as an example. https://www.livebinders.com/play/play?tab_layout=topscroll&id=1596710
If you notice, this creator defined the category, then provided several strategies to help students and gave descriiptions of why they are helpful, which skills they promote, and which students it benefits (e.g. high achievers, general ed, dyslexic students, special ed, ELL, etc.).
(Professor)…If I were doing this project, here is exactly what I would do:
Make a PowerPoint
First slide: Cover Page
Second Slide: Present and define spelling
Next 3-5 slides: Spelling activities. Explain how it works, link any material needed, and describe which students each one benefits, from and how.
Next Slide: Present and define comprehension.
Next 3-5 slides: Comprehension activities. Explain how it works, link any material needed, and describe which students each one benefits, from and how.
Repeat this for all 5 categories
The last slide needs to be works cited citing all the works you used.

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This essay needs to be written in 12pt , Times New Roman, Double Spaced. This e

This essay needs to be written in 12pt , Times New Roman, Double Spaced.
This essay needs to include information on ELL students within public and private schools, and how you would describe them to their classmates, etc.
Include information from Nieto and Bode as well as other sources.

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Step 1: Review Course Material Review the content on intentional teaching as a p

Step 1: Review Course Material
Review the content on intentional teaching as a process.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XTRyt3UVqhunrPXc3jC5OFlnz1-BSCix/view?usp=sharing
https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/family-engagement/article/family-engagement-early-care-education-learning-series
Step 2: Use the outline below as a guide to the Intentional Teaching Framework
Know
What do you need to know about families and family systems?
What strategies do you know about, or what strategies did you learn about this week that you would like to implement?
See
When might you need to gather additional information about children’s contexts, culture, and family systems?
What might be helpful for you to see as far as strategies, and ways to engage families?
Plan/Do
How can you plan to work effectively with families, or use information about family/home/community to plan for classroom practice?
Set goals:
Write one long-term goal related to family engagement/communication.
Write one short-term goal you will address now.
Align these goals to the:https://www.naeyc.org/accreditation/higher-ed/standards/summary
Make a plan:
Write a specific plan for improving practice (and reaching your goals).
Make a note of any challenges you anticipate and how you plan to address them.
Indicate how often or how long you will implement your plan.
Indicate what changes you expect to see as a result of your plan.
Reflect
How might reflecting on and using information about children’s lives outside of school support behavior or learning approaches in the classroom?
APA TEMPLATE
https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1WrVixdvy0DYXDep3ks5kLm6KtTfZX3479UgSdrh2_IY/copy?pli=1

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Organize your work as follows: Part 1: one-paragraph summary of your evolving to

Organize your work as follows:
Part 1: one-paragraph summary of your evolving topical area of interest
Part 2: your refined problem and purpose statements (see attached document)
Part 3: one potential research question and related hypotheses
Part 4: a side-by-side table (see example) of paradigmatic perspective, quantitative methodology, and at least two quantitative designs
Part 5: one page stating the justification of your choices, including how your choices best suit investigating your refined problem statement and fulfilling the purpose of the research
Length: 2-3 pages, excluding title and reference pages.

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PLEASE PUT EFFOR IN. AND ALL INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED. I WILL SEND DETAILE

PLEASE PUT EFFOR IN. AND ALL INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED. I WILL SEND DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS EMAILED TO O U

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please do anecdotal records and add them to my already exists paper I need twen

please do anecdotal records and add them to my already exists paper I need twenty anecdotal records

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Directions are attached, along with a sample paper as an example. It is researc

Directions are attached, along with a sample paper as an example. It is research on Knox County Schools, TN at the middle school level. I have already filled in the Mission Statement for Knox County.
I teach at:
Northwest Middle School
Knox County Schools
Knoxville, Tennessee
knoxschools.org

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Please make a maximum 15 pages powerpoint(plus citation, which is Bibliography a

Please make a maximum 15 pages powerpoint(plus citation, which is Bibliography as mentioned)for me. I’ve uploaded some of my work during the semester to help you, especially for question 2, “Evidence of Learning through engagement with readings”, I’ve uploaded a doc for ideas. You could also read the learning outcome to come up with examples. Please read my personal cultural profile first, because you have to be writing everything based on my culture background. The following are the requirements in detail, please let me know if you have any questions!
Length: presentation style to be discussed with instructor but curated version should be limited to 15 pages written (10 minutes).
I have provided examples from other courses. You may elect to do this as video, podcast, magazine, journal or other creative ways (This product will be the foundation for your presentation to me and the product you will hand in)
The Commonplace book is your opportunity to be creative in how you document your learning. It will provide evidence of your participation in online/group discussions, reflections on the readings and topics discussed, your developing perspectives on these topics, an awareness of your core values, beliefs (unconscious bias) and identity, and how education has influenced this development.
You will submit a curated version of your common place book. The expectation is that your commonplace will evolve throughout the term, as will your depth of analysis and key learning insights. Your final submission will include a return to where you were in your thinking at midterm and now at the end. Rather than a final exam where the instructor sets the questions, you have the opportunity to determine significant learning and relevance to you in your own context. You will have an individual meeting with instructor to present/discuss your common place book.
This course investigates the role and purpose of education in liberal democracy and role of the child, parents and society in dictating why students should be educated, how they should be educated and what they should learn. Controversial issues influence these decisions and the cultivation of the individual potential of each person, and ensuring they become contributing members of society. This commonplace book/learning journal chronicle your deliberations and position on these issues.
The final assignment should include the following: (equivalent to 15 pages)
1. Introduction: position yourself as a learner, explain the logic and intent of your commonplace book, and why you focused on particular key issues/reflections/entries to illustrate your learning.
Reflection on cultural identity profile and how your profile and it has evolved through this course.*Reference to reading, podcast etc. in your discussion
2. Evidence of Learning through engagement with readings
Provide at least 6 examples/artefacts (journal entry) that illustrate deep learning.
Position each artefact—introduce it and key learning or insight gained from it (Why is it important)
How does your learning connect to your own experiences and to current events? (Does it raise good critilcal questions?)
Include other interesting artefacts that reflect your class engagement and learning (*references)–demonstrate engagement with readings.
3. Emerging stance on the role and purpose of education in society (refer to aims of education): Include references to class materials to justify your stance.
4. The current most pressing issues informing/and shaping education and why we should be concerned about them. (This should related to current events and implications for education)
5. Key insights in to your learning—turning points, struggles, joys
6. Your big questions now you have completed the course
7. Bibliography of readings and list of terms (building lexicon of language used–e.g. Champaign socialist, white fragility, safe spaces, Indigeneity)
8. Justification for the grade you think you should receive in this course (refer to learning objectives)
Length: presentation style to be discussed with instructor but should be limited to 15 pages as a guideline. I have provided examples from other courses. You may elect to do this as video, podcast, magazine, journal or other creative ways

The Commonplace book is your opportunity to be creative in how you document your learning. It will provide evidence of your participation in online/group discussions, reflections on the readings and topics discussed, your developing perspectives on these topics, an awareness of your core values, beliefs (unconscious bias) and identity, and how education has influenced this development.

You will submit a curated version of your common place book at the end of term. The expectation is that your commonplace will evolve throughout the term, as will your depth of analysis and key learning insights. Your final submission will include a return to where you were in your thinking at midterm and at the end (you need to provide evidence of this progression). Rather than a final exam where the instructor sets the questions, you have the opportunity to determine significant learning and relevance to you in your own context.

This course investigates the role and purpose of education in liberal democracy and role of the child. Parents and society in dictating why people should be educated, how they should be educated and what they should learn. Controversial issues influence these decisions and the cultivation of the individual potential of each person, and ensuring they become contributing members of society. This commonplace book/learning journal chronical your deliberations and position on these issues.

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summary of the results/findings of chapter 4 implications for the study: theoret

summary of the results/findings of chapter 4
implications for the study: theoretical, practical, future
strengths and weaknesses of the study
future recommendations for the study
future practice recommendations for the study

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Please make a maximum 15 pages powerpoint(plus citation, which is Bibliography a

Please make a maximum 15 pages powerpoint(plus citation, which is Bibliography as mentioned)for me. I’ve uploaded some of my work during the semester to help you, especially for question 2, “Evidence of Learning through engagement with readings”, I’ve uploaded a doc for ideas. You could also read the learning outcome to come up with examples. Please read my personal cultural profile first, because you have to be writing everything based on my culture background. The following are the requirements in detail, please let me know if you have any questions!
Length: presentation style to be discussed with instructor but curated version should be limited to 15 pages written (10 minutes).
I have provided examples from other courses. You may elect to do this as video, podcast, magazine, journal or other creative ways (This product will be the foundation for your presentation to me and the product you will hand in)
The Commonplace book is your opportunity to be creative in how you document your learning. It will provide evidence of your participation in online/group discussions, reflections on the readings and topics discussed, your developing perspectives on these topics, an awareness of your core values, beliefs (unconscious bias) and identity, and how education has influenced this development.
You will submit a curated version of your common place book. The expectation is that your commonplace will evolve throughout the term, as will your depth of analysis and key learning insights. Your final submission will include a return to where you were in your thinking at midterm and now at the end. Rather than a final exam where the instructor sets the questions, you have the opportunity to determine significant learning and relevance to you in your own context. You will have an individual meeting with instructor to present/discuss your common place book.
This course investigates the role and purpose of education in liberal democracy and role of the child, parents and society in dictating why students should be educated, how they should be educated and what they should learn. Controversial issues influence these decisions and the cultivation of the individual potential of each person, and ensuring they become contributing members of society. This commonplace book/learning journal chronicle your deliberations and position on these issues.
The final assignment should include the following: (equivalent to 15 pages)
1. Introduction: position yourself as a learner, explain the logic and intent of your commonplace book, and why you focused on particular key issues/reflections/entries to illustrate your learning.
Reflection on cultural identity profile and how your profile and it has evolved through this course.*Reference to reading, podcast etc. in your discussion
2. Evidence of Learning through engagement with readings
Provide at least 6 examples/artefacts (journal entry) that illustrate deep learning.
Position each artefact—introduce it and key learning or insight gained from it (Why is it important)
How does your learning connect to your own experiences and to current events? (Does it raise good critilcal questions?)
Include other interesting artefacts that reflect your class engagement and learning (*references)–demonstrate engagement with readings.
3. Emerging stance on the role and purpose of education in society (refer to aims of education): Include references to class materials to justify your stance.
4. The current most pressing issues informing/and shaping education and why we should be concerned about them. (This should related to current events and implications for education)
5. Key insights in to your learning—turning points, struggles, joys
6. Your big questions now you have completed the course
7. Bibliography of readings and list of terms (building lexicon of language used–e.g. Champaign socialist, white fragility, safe spaces, Indigeneity)
8. Justification for the grade you think you should receive in this course (refer to learning objectives)
Length: presentation style to be discussed with instructor but should be limited to 15 pages as a guideline. I have provided examples from other courses. You may elect to do this as video, podcast, magazine, journal or other creative ways

The Commonplace book is your opportunity to be creative in how you document your learning. It will provide evidence of your participation in online/group discussions, reflections on the readings and topics discussed, your developing perspectives on these topics, an awareness of your core values, beliefs (unconscious bias) and identity, and how education has influenced this development.

You will submit a curated version of your common place book at the end of term. The expectation is that your commonplace will evolve throughout the term, as will your depth of analysis and key learning insights. Your final submission will include a return to where you were in your thinking at midterm and at the end (you need to provide evidence of this progression). Rather than a final exam where the instructor sets the questions, you have the opportunity to determine significant learning and relevance to you in your own context.

This course investigates the role and purpose of education in liberal democracy and role of the child. Parents and society in dictating why people should be educated, how they should be educated and what they should learn. Controversial issues influence these decisions and the cultivation of the individual potential of each person, and ensuring they become contributing members of society. This commonplace book/learning journal chronical your deliberations and position on these issues.