EDU 673 Week 6 Journal Your Dream Classroom.

EDU 673 Week 6 Journal Your Dream Classroom.

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Your Dream Classroom. Reflect for a moment on what you would consider to be the perfect classroom. What would it take to achieve that dream classroom? Is it achievable? What, if any obstacles are in your way? Is there anything you have learned in this course that will help you achieve your dream?

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EDU 673 Week 6 Final Paper Professional Development Plan

EDU 673 Week 6 Final Paper Professional Development Plan

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Focus of the Final Project

To create your Final Project you will be designing your own Professional Development Plan. You will need to create a step-by-step timeline that shows your commitment to personal and professional growth in creating academically and culturally diverse classrooms.

Instructions for the Final Project

Using the exercises for personal and professional growth from Chapters Two through Eight of the course text, create an eight- to ten-page (not including title and reference pages) document that includes at least two goals from each of the following areas:

  1. Mindset, learning environment and differentiation
  2. Curriculum and differentiation
  3. Assessment and differentiation
  4. Student readiness and differentiation
  5. Student interest and differentiation
  6. Student learning profile and differentiation
  7. Managing a differentiated classroom

Make sure to include the timetable for meeting the goals and a thorough explanation of how the goals will be met. Address any obstacles that may keep you from reaching your goals and what you will do to overcome them.

Writing the Final Project

The Final Project:

  1. Must be eight to ten double-spaced pages in length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the

Ashford Writing Center.

  1. Must include a title page with the following:
    1. Title of paper
    2. Student’s name
    3. Course name and number
  2. Instructor’s name
  3. Date submitted
  4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
  5. Must use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text.
  6. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  7. Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing

Center.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric located in the online course for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

EDU 673 Week 6 DQ 2 Personal and Professional Growth

EDU 673 Week 6 DQ 2 Personal and Professional Growth

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  1. Personal and Professional Growth. As you reflect on this course, what assumptions about differentiated instruction have been confirmed? Have others been challenged? Which? What steps will you take to modify your teaching strategies now or in the future? What specific goals will you set for becoming a more academically responsive teacher? What do you believe is the best piece of advice you can give yourself and others when it comes to differentiated instruction?

Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your peers’ postings and extend their learning by offering advice on how to successfully differentiate instruction. Extend their thinking by asking them to clarify any ideas that are confusing to you. Offer steps or strategies to help them achieve their goals for becoming a more academically responsive teacher. Provide them with words of encouragement.

EDU 673 Week 6 DQ 1 Orderly-Flexible Learning Environments

EDU 673 Week 6 DQ 1 Orderly-Flexible Learning Environments

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Orderly-Flexible Learning Environments. Our text describes four kinds of classroom environments that stem from teacher management beliefs and styles. Orderly-flexible learning environments are most likely to support differentiated instruction. Choose one of the following three kinds of classroom environments:

  1. Dysfunctional learning environments
  2. Adequate learning environments
  3. Orderly-restrictive learning environments

Provide an example for your classmates. You can find a video that shows the environment and post the link, create a case study scenario that describes the environment, or you can relate an actual classroom from your own academic experience that employed the environment. Next, describe the skills the teacher will need to learn to change to an orderly-flexible learning environment. Lastly, reflect on the skills you will need to develop in order to maintain an orderly-flexible learning environment.
Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your peers’ postings by analyzing their description of skills. Extend their thinking by proposing ways to implement the skills.

EDU 673 Week 5 Journal Gender Matters

EDU 673 Week 5 Journal Gender Matters

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Gender Matters. After watching the video, Philip Zimbardo: The Demise of Guys?, reflect for a moment on all the data presented. In your opinion, what is the solution?

EDU 673 Week 5 DQ 2 Culture and Gender

EDU 673 Week 5 DQ 2 Culture and Gender

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Culture and Gender. Share with your classmates how you believe your own culture and gender influence your teaching and learning. Do you believe your gender served as an advantage or a disadvantage in your own academic experience? How about your culture? Explain how you will account for the ways in which gender may affect your students’ learning. How will you adapt your teaching so that your classroom will be a good fit for students from all backgrounds?

Guided Response: Response to at least two of your peers’ postings and extend their thinking by offering other possible ways to adapt their teaching. Extend their learning by sharing an example from your own academic experience that was influenced by your gender or culture.

EDU 673 Week 5 DQ 1 Learning Style Debate

EDU 673 Week 5 DQ 1 Learning Style Debate

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Learning Style Debate. The four aspects of learning profile are controversial. Highly respected researchers argue vigorously for the existence of cognitive styles or intelligence preferences. Other noted psychologists argue that the construct of cognitive style or intelligence preference makes little sense in terms of learning. In this discussion, we will briefly debate the validity of both arguments. First, find your assigned “Debate Group” below.

Debate Grouping (by first letter of last name):
A-L: For cognitive styles or intelligence preferences

Debate Process:

M-Z: Against cognitive styles or intelligence preferences

Using the information in the course text and from additional sources in the Ashford Online Library, develop an argument that supports your assigned side and post it to the discussion. Then respond toat least one peer from the opposite group with a critical evaluation of his or her argument. Propose one or more counter-examples to highlight weakness of the disputed argument, or ask for additional evidence to support the viewpoint. Finally, post your own (personal) opinion based on the arguments, research and your own experience(s). Explain what you believe is the best way to differentiate for cognitive styles or intelligence preferences.