Education reflection

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  • Reflection On Learning In Education

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    Russell (2013) discusses the education of student teachers in depth, and supports Hebert’s idea (2015) that reflections must be taught in conjunction with practical experience and that the two must be connected in order to lead the student to a higher level of understanding about their teaching. However, Russell (2013) also examines that reflection can lead to the wrong course of action if the practitioner misjudges the situation. So, in proceeding with different courses of action, there is the

  • Reflection On Education

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    For block one I was put into a second grade regular education classroom at Lake Forest Hills Elementary School. I taught my writing lesson on November 8, 2017. I taught a group of four students and had them write a short narrative about their favorite Thanksgiving memory. They all love Thanksgiving and were excited to write their story and share with the others. I feel like I had some positives but also some negatives in my lesson. One positive was that I shared and explained with the students

  • Reflection On Education

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    engagement work with our discussions in prosem mostly through our conversations about education and the intersection of immigration and education. All of the kids I worked with at Moder Patshala were either immigrants themselves, or were the children of newly arrived immigrants, and with that, they were low income and/or first-generation students in the US. This highly overlaps with the presentations we did on education: one intersecting with low income students and the other with English language learners

  • Reflection On Education In Education

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    should have been made. I definitely think that the child should learn to speak english, and everyone else who makes America their home. I think that it is essential to know english, if you want to be successful in America. In the classroom though, education comes first. I think that maybe he could be taught in English, but given his tests in Spanish to see how he is

  • Education Reflection

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    My path to the education field relied heavily on the context in which I grew up, and the demographic environment had a bigger hand in that decision than I probably considered at the time. Throughout my elementary years, I moved a few times. The schools I was attending were more or less similar to one another despite the fact that, as my dad got better the better jobs that were moving us around, we were living in somewhat increasingly better school districts. They were all rated somewhat well by their

  • Reflection Of Education

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    Despite this being the most common curriculum of Essentialism, I believe that we could be of better use to our children. Key words: Progressivism, Reform, Essentialism, Reconstructionism, Education Education is a concept that people believe will never change. Most people believe that education only goes as far as the basics: reading, writing, math, science, social studies. But, with that being said, how will our children ever be mentally prepared for reality and what it entails? I believe

  • Reflection Of Education

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    Education is one of the main consents in our lives. According to Google, the definitions of education is that: “the process of receiving or giving systematic instructions, especially at a school or university”,”the theory and practice of teaching”,” the body of knowledge acquired while being education” and etc. Education starts when we are in preschool and stays with us until we graduate college. My opinion of education is different of google’s definition as in it is not giving and receiving instructions

  • Examples Of Reflection In Education

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    What is reflection? The term “reflection” comes from the Latin term reflectere which means “to bend back”. A mirror does this. It bends back the light so that you can see what your face looks like. In education, reflection means to look back at experiences of learning and think about them. The act of reflection becomes the bridge between experiences and learning. An example of a reflection can be your thoughts after buying a new car. You might think something like this: Did I really look at enough

  • Reflection Of Education

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    skills in running, playing sports and singing. Extracurricular activities were something that just helped me learned to open myself up more to people and be open to learning new things. In my own opinion, I definitely witnessed inequality in the education system because I thought it was really unfair to physically separate people into classrooms that were labeled as AP, honors and regular

  • Reflection On Education

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    Overall, this is a verifiable piece that says a lot about education and the small ways that certain trends and assumptions can end up inadvertently hurting students. Now, I would like to discuss the specific layout of the article. While this is often an afterthought or more implicit, formatting does matter. I saw that this also played a role in my initial response. I thought it was well organized and easy to follow thanks to the headings and quotes. It kept me focused, however there were somethings