My teacher possessed a peculiar sense of humor and after she finished reading the chapter she said in a villainous tone, “It might be smart to review your worksheets for a surprise quiz tomorrow.” Accompanying her evil statement was an equally evil smile that traversed her face. The evil nature of her smile even gave me goosebumps. Taking her word that there was going to be a pop quiz tomorrow, I made sure that I attained my book and worksheets to study with that night.
Final Paper: Convince Me!/The Break-Up (This document is 2 pages long. Please review both pages) For your final paper, you must convince me that you learned in this class. How? Keep reading….
In order to successfully master the work, the university has organized courses into modules with various graded assignments to test student understanding of the material. This course in particular is divided into four (4) modules, each containing two (2 units). Each unit is the equivalent of one week’s work. We began the semester with module one
This was by far the most challenging course that I have encountered while obtaining my Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from UCMO. That is not a negative comment as this course has actually impacted me professionally more than any other course I’ve taken to date. This course has taken more time to complete the assignments, more of my attention to detail, and more of my creativity. The last point was the best part about this course. I consider myself to be fairly creative and this course definitely allowed me to do that while bringing my somewhat odd personality to a professional forum. For this I am grateful. Let’s get to the good stuff, shall we?
Andrew Braaksma's goal has not changed. Contrary to a large quantity of students who would challenge me with this article. Andrew Braaksma's main goal is to remind the future students and or current students that continuing education is vital. Without proper education acquiring a job that will create success in the future is
How is the course text going? What parts are most/least interesting to me? The course text is progressing on the right track and we are fast approaching the end.
Hi Ms. William, I'm Pearl. I'm a student from your EDP310 class. So earlier, I checked Canvas and I noticed that I only got 5 out of 10 on the Unit 2 Study Guide assignment. I checked Canvas for assignments daily; however, I have never been notified about
I remembered dreading my very own existence at that moment, as were other students in that class. Mrs. Ulliman was always a difficult grader. Sometimes, she would even go as far as to measure our papers with a ruler to check to see if our margins were exactly on point. Every time you made a mistake, she would glare at you with a disappointed eye and tell you, “Well, that’s not right, is it? Let’s not do that again.”
Today was my first day with my coop since she was out sick last week, and meeting her students, I began my day observing. The current chapter that the students are starting is part of the SLOW program; therefore the students need to take a pre-test before they begin learning the chapter. This test will be graded but will not count toward the students' grade in the class. Once the students take the post-test, Mrs. Falchek will compare the pre-test grades and the post-test grades. This information will be use to help her evaluate her lesson and make the necessary modifications.
She begins recounting the notorious details, how innocent college students labeled prisoners and guards displayed psychological abuse after only six days of confinement, and makes reference to Stanley Milgram’s obedience study and Abu Ghraib, where similar maltreatment, perceived or real, was conducted on civilians by civilians. She addresses and refutes the accepted belief that the Stanford Prison Experiment proved that anyone could become a tyrant when given or instructed by a source of authority. Instead, she suggests that Zimbardo’s inquiry points toward but does not land on one exact conclusion. She explains the influence of the setting, the presentation of the roles, Zimbardo’s participation, and perhaps a sense of expectation felt, all of which can be reflected in the shocking behavior of a few guards. She argues that it should not have been so shocking. Konnikova discredits the neutrality of Zimbardo’s experiment by insisting that people who would respond to an ad for a psychological study of prison life were not “normal” people. However, with her diction and choice of evidence she displaces the study's culpability in a way that ultimately blurs and undermines her claim.
I am in second period, Geometry. Ms. Knight paces between the aisles of desks, handing out worksheet after worksheet intended to prepare us for the DC-CAS, DCPS’s standardized exam that we will take in March. We are to complete ten worksheets by the end of the hour and a half class period. I have finished six. I turn my head to stare out of the window. The drizzle is proper rain now and I watch it puddle on the concrete, and the cars, and the awning of the CVS down the street.
Week 3 – Produce the slide deck using the outline from week 2 and PowerPoint software. The examples will also be scanned and incorporated into the slide deck. I would also like to include quotes from Claudia Lemper and the students interviewed to provide advice for lab notebook writing. I will also reserve a workspace in the library to record the voice
It was an absolute delight to have Alex in class this year. A bright, curious and motivated student, he worked confidently and independently on all class assignments, demonstrating a solid understanding of the concepts taught. Although Alex remained more of an attentive listener during class discussions, it was evident that he made a concerted effort to volunteer to share more of his thoughts and ideas with his classmates and teacher. His contributions were always greatly appreciated as they frequently enriched and deepened our understanding of the topic.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: In this course, you are required to cooperate with each other to further your and the community’s understanding of materials covered in class. You must engage critically and respectfully with the community
In this week June 11th through June 14th of 2018 at College of the Desert I have learned three specific topics in my english class with Professor Tapleshay. For a start, my first topic is learning good habits on engaging with my fellow classmates in the Edge program at COD including Professor Tapleshay. In fact, to also get rid of the closed doors that kept my voice locked up for four years at Rancho Mirage High School. My second topic is about the three rules of Professor Tapleshay’s class which are number 1. Show up, number 2. Show up on time and number 3. Do your work. To add on, these three fundamental rules impact my attitude by making me realize how the COD college level classes are going to be this fall which shows how I need to have