Journal Instructions

| May 18, 2015

Journal Instructions
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Part 1: Essential Questions (To be completed prior to going through the perspectives and resources)
Post your initial thoughts/responses to these questions on your journal entry before midnight on Monday.  Don’t worry about providing accurate and informed responses. What this activity does is capture your baseline understanding of the topics we will be examining for the week.  You will have an opportunity to return to these questions after you have read the assigned chapters and gone through the perspectives and resources provided for the week.  At that point, you will be able to provide more informed responses to the essential questions.  The purpose of these journals is to document your learning and they will contribute to your final reflection paper, which documents your overall key learning for this class.  Your response to each question should be no more than about 2-3 sentences.
Question 1:  What does it mean to be an effective teacher of diverse learners?  (For initial response and final journal entry).  Reflect on your own efficacy as a teacher of diverse learners.  What are your strengths and areas of challenge related to your efficacy with diverse learners? (For final journal entry only).
Question 2: What are important strategies for teachers who work with diverse learners?
Question 3: Describe what you would see in a culturally responsive classroom.
Question 4: What is equity pedagogy and why is it important?

Write a 3-5 page reflection that addresses the essential questions and captures what you learned through the text readings and the perspectives and resources. Your reflection should primarily be a reflection (see rubric) but it is essential that you interact with the readings and resources (integrate citations from the text and other readings and resources to support your reflection). Remember, per the rubric, you need to bring all of this to a practical level–identifying implications and practical applications for your professional work.

Consequently, an effective teacher is one who is effective at presenting their lesson to a class of diverse students.   Also you have presented the material that each and every student is successfully in completing the assessment or quiz that you give each and every student in the diverse classroom and the whole class passes the assessment or quiz in the diverse classroom of learners. On the other hand if half the class fails the assessment or quiz revamp and start over and figure out why half of the class in a diverse classroom did poorly on the assessment or quiz.  I strongly believe that as an effective teacher on one must do things such as
A.    Revamp the lesson aRevamp the lesson and start over.
B.    Ask and Probe the students  in the diverse classroom what they like or dislike about the assessment or quiz and make two columns one for dislike and one for you like about the assessment or quiz..
C.    Offer bonus point to students of the diverse classroom if they do a diagram of what they like and dislike. (40 Points bonus and they can use it to boost their grade a whole letter grade.
D.    Make a funny PowerPoint about the lesson before you revamp and after you revamp and get a box and let students vote on the PowerPoint. Also offer them 20 extra points to put their responses in your concern and question box.

Question 2: What are important strategies for teachers who work with diverse learners?

Wow! Strategies for a teacher who work with diverse students as follow.
1.    Multiply changes to being successful  in a diverse classroom of students who are in the big seat of taking charge of their individualize lesson and take the initiative to do whatever  it takes to go that extra mile in a diverse classroom of learners who want to be productive citizens in the community in which they live and reside.
1.    Teacher center lesson out of the doorForemost an effective teacher makes her class come to life and the student can see by the setup in the lesson what is expected of them before they assessed and quiz on the material presented in this diverse class of individualized learners.
Question 3: Describe what you would see in a culturally responsive classroom.

I could see in a culturally pedagogy classroom of diverse learning in charge of their own indivualize learning. The students walk in excited and eager to get in the driver seat and be conducive to learning the material in a diverse classroom. The class full of learners with their individualize lesson plan and ready to be conducive for success of their own lesson. Responsibility of a student in a diverse class eager to show how he or she can take charge his or her learning. Student refuses to turn back to the teacher being responsible his or her learning in the diverse classroom. The teacher drawing on real life situations of a day as a student’s life experiences in the community in which they live and reside.

1.     Teacher center lesson out of the door for learners in a personal learning it is all about the students in the driver seat and the teacher presenting the material for the diverse students to be successful in the diverse classroom. Also being productive citizens in the community in which they live and reside.
2.    Foremost an effective teacher makes her class come to life and the student can see by the setup in the lesson what is expected of them before they assessed and quiz on the material presented in this diverse class of individualized learners.
Question 3: Describe what you would see in a culturally responsive classroom.

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