Classroom Reflection

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My time spent in the Clinical setting, so far, has been extremely inciteful as to how to become a better educator in a classroom setting. Through the data I collected I was able to connect Borich’s Seven Variables of learning to the students. By being in the clinical setting for nearly two months, I have been exposed to new ways of thinking when it comes to structuring a classroom and instructing a classroom. Within this reflection you will find out how I would better plan an effective lesson for the pupils in my future classroom. You will also discover what I will do about certain issues in the classroom and how I will address/fix them. Often time students are just categorized as a simple number. From the time students are in grade…show more content…
For student who are still struggling beyond the classroom a study hall is offered to them. The school also has a response to intervention, RTI, program in places. This program provides extra help to students who are struggling in certain subjects. I think it is important for educators to realize that Technology can be used as an instructional tool in the classroom. In my clinical setting technology is incorporated in to the lessons, but not as much as it should be. Part of this has to do with the limited budget the school system operates on, but some of it also has to do with the age of my CT. I think it is important for educators to realize that Technology is an enhancement tool in the classroom. For examples, “When you go to the hardware store to buy a drill, you don’t actually want a drill, you want a hole, they don’t sell holes at the hardware store, but they do sell drills, which are the technology used to make holes” (Fletcher). Technology helps different learners learn in different ways. With the use of technology both aural and spatial learners can be taught at the same time. There’s absolutely no excuse for you as an educator to allow students to fall behind because they do not learn in a way that you are comfortable teaching. When it comes to classroom resources in social science and history classrooms, we are kind of limited. I think it is pretty clear that most courses

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