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Knowledge is Virtue.
Socratic method of teaching, centers on the use of questions by the teacher to lead students to a certain conclusion.
Laid foundation for modern education.
Children have unique needs and capabilities.
Formed the First Kindergarten.
Women best to teach children.
Young children minds a blank slate (tabual rasa) on which an education could be imprinted.
Teachers need to create a Non-Threatening environment- revolutionary idea at the time.
Dutch Renaissance Humanist.
Priest who wrote in Latin style.
Formed the Humanist Theory of Education
Humanist education theory-
Based on the assumption that students should learn the basic facts regarding the social and physical world.
Mastering skills moving from simple to complex.
Types of laws
Enabling-constitution. Makes possible for educators to do certain things.
Administrative laws-rules and regs
Case law-laws from court cases
Constitution- core of laws of education
Teacher evaluation is often measured by the Academic progress students make. Value added systems connect the teachers and students test scores
Concerns- students not taught by the same teacher. Teachers find way to increase test scores. Student performance influenced by many factors
Rewards- focused evaluation. Financial rewards training programs
Family educational rights and privacy
Defines who may access to student records
NEA code of ethics
Commitment to Students and teacher behavior with regards to the profession and to colleagues.
Regulatory functions (state dept)
Authority to establish rules and regulations that limit and permit action
Advisory functions (state dept)
Can only offer suggestions and indicate preference for action
Does each school across ththe state have the same funding?
Is there enough funding so that students can achieve?
How much will each source pay? Is there equity in the distribution? Are the resources adequate so all students can achieve anything to fight outcomes?
Places ELL in English only class with little or no support. Bases that they will pick up English naturally
Content-based English as a second language
Designed to provide second language learner instruction and content and language
Educational strategies that uses English and native language of students in classroom instruction
Two way immersion
Educational program that provides instruction in English and a second language
Paul out ESL
Remove students from mainstream classrooms for a portion of the day in order to get specialized instruction
Sheltered English instruction
Shelter classroom teachers use physical exercise, visual aids, and environment to teach vocabulary
Structured English immersion program
All instruction is an English with specialized teacher training
Opportunity to learn standards
ELL have to be provided with appropriate accommodations to support their learning
EL L strategies
Incorporate language objectives and lessons. Give more time on tests. Incorporate cognitive strategies. Incorporate social strategies. Treat EL L the same as non-EL L
Adopt text books that have references from LGBT role models. Respond to anti-LGBT language. Designate your classroom as a safe place. Listen to your students. Support anti-bullying policy.
Highest chance of verbal harassment. Largest group of homeless students. They often feel isolated and unsafe. Teacher at times ignores LGBT sexual identity when designing lesson plans
21st-century of learning
Today students are to master the basic core subjects and develop global awareness. Civic, health, financial, economic, business and entrepreneurial
Elementary and secondary education act
Provides federal direction to education and federal funds for schools 1965
No Child left behind
1-Close and reopen as a charter
2.replace all or most of staff that is relevant to the failure
3.contract with outside entity to operate
4.turn school operations over to state5.undertaker other major restructuring change and school governance that lead to fundamental reform
3 to 6-year-olds. Organized into subject base workcenters. Little or no large group instruction. Uninterrupted work. Period mastery of observable skills as recorded by the teacher
High scope learning
Based on belief that children are active learners. Based on the development theories of Piaget. Lessons are designed to relate to students lives and their environment. Use of developmental checklist. Students design portfolio to showcase their work.
Reggio Emelia learning
Ensures children and families teachers an entire community taken out of roll and education of the children. Project-based curriculum built on student interests.
School improvement process
And approach for gradual improvement of the school curriculum. Team of principles teachers team leads department chairs and parents.
School development program
Comprehensive K-12 education reform program grounded in the principles of child adolescent and adult development.
Three principles 1-decision-making 2-problem-solving 3-collaboration.
Common core state standards
A set of standards that describe knowledge and skills that students need for success in college and careers.
Common core intent
Develop standards that focus on what is most essential. Make standards that are learning center. Focusing on student learning rather than on what teachers do. Focus explicitly on the expectations for student learning.
Common core debates and concerns
Available to all states but adoption is voluntary. If states seek NCLB waivers they have to either develop their own standards or adopt CCS S. Standards will expand until they become a national curriculum.
Professional commitment one through five
1-Learning from multiple sources
2-using the curriculum responsibly
3-crossing you're unfamiliar borders to embrace diversity
4-meet the needs of individual students in the context of the classroom and the school
5-contributing actively to the profession
A nation at risk
Academic achievement. Workforce readiness. Citizenship.
National board for professional teaching standards (NBPTS)
Organization that reviews representative work experience teachers to determine whether their work merits their gaining board certification as accomplished teachers
Law also known as education for all handicapped children act - EA H CA
--amended into idea
Response to intervention
A multi tiered approach to early identification and support of students with learning and behavioral needs
First-tier-whole group instruction
Second-tier-small group instruction
Third tier-1-1 instruction
No Child left behind
Part of IDEA a re-authorization of elementary and secondary education act. Set standards and accountability for student achievement
NCLB program that provides all children are at grade level by third-grade
Spend more money than ever before. Low income schools receive title I funds. More than 1 billion reading first. Flexibility for states/districts to use funds. Teachers you scientifically proven strategies. Provides funding for teachers to become better. Mandates that all teachers are licensed and hold a bachelors degree and are highly qualified
Presents a view of 21st-century teaching and learning that combines a discrete focus on 21st century student outcomes. A blending of specific skills content, knowledge, expertise and literacies design from NBA and American Association of school librarians AASL
Behavior determined by environment. Teacher control stimuli. Highly organized.
Education should enhance goodness. School objective is the student. Develop self actualizing. Curriculum is environment. Non-graded.
Sensorimotor. Pre-operational. Concrete operational. Formal operational.
Booker T Washington
Influence on African-American students. Tuskeegee Institute
Texano me of educational objectives.
One can predict learning outcomes by assessing three factors
Improved vocational education for African-Americans
Trained and conditioned
Social development theory
Social interaction among children plays a major role in cognitive development
Developed a theory and methods for educating children
Ella flagg young
First female president of the NEA. Superintendent of Chicago public schools
Three modes of representation
Series of developmental stages that children encounter as they mature
Identified specific developmental tasks that he believes children must MASTER to develop normally
Ideas verified through research and experiment
Lerner asks questions
Learning is active and curriculum begins with the child's interests and experiences. Engaged in research.
Court information that people should know.
Student should learn basic facts of the social and physical world
Hands on activity
Construct ideas through critical thinking
Problem based learningask questions seek answers
Focus on observable measurable information
Reject mind, spirit, unconsciousness, matter and motion
Content and standards based on expert understanding
Kids have unique needs and capabilities
Women are best suited as teachers
Mind a blank slate
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