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  1. The Interview Fanelia Baskin EDU650: Teaching Learning and Leading in the 21st Century Dr. Sandra Calderon 12/15/2018
  2. Hello, My name is Fanelia Baskin and I have been asked to do this interview because I possess the skills and education that the job is looking for. I believe I am the best candidate for this position.
  3. Philosophy of Education My teaching will create a stress-free classroom, where students can learn how to turn obstacles into creative problem solving, learning, and education. Education is a pathway to knowledge that teaches students there is a future in this digital global economy. As a teacher my goals and values should focus on teaching students key concepts of learning to fuel education. In my classroom students will experience life learning, education, creative learning, moral value, and ways to implement goals to help analyze information of the future. With this information students can set learning goals for the 21st century. Each student will be addressed by name and their interest and hobbies will be shown and talked about throughout the school year, My classroom will be comfortable promote learning and display positive behavior. To be an effective teacher the students should expect me to support, communicate, imitate
  4. Classroom management plan A classroom management plan is a great way to organize and establish structure within the classroom. Classroom Rules and Expectations • Since my students are between the ages of 2 and 3 years old it is best not to have too many rules. In my classroom the rules are simple, positive and accompanied by pictures; an example can be seen here
  5. Students’ Role in the Classroom • The children in the class are to follow the class's schedule and abide by the rules and expectations. The children will use their listening ears to follow the instructions given in the class. The children are to keep the class clean. The most important role of the children in the classroom is to be excited about learning. I do not want the kids learning because they will received a reward, I want them to want to learn.
  6. My Role in the Classroom As the teacher in the class I will teach my students the social, emotional and educational skills they need to become fine citizen of this country. I am here to set the foundation for their future. I am not just a teacher but a friend. I want to learn all there is to learn about my students lives in and outside of the school. I have learn that a teacher must wear many hats throughout the school year; counselor, friend, mother, nurse ect.. I treat every student with respect because I want to earn their respect in
  7. My Role in the Classroom
  8. Plan Implementation Classroom management is important in creating an environment where children can learn and explore safely. My dream is to create a classroom where learning is accessible to everyone and no child get left behind. My classroom is a classroom where every day is a new day and I want my students to always feel excited that its a new day because the possibilities are endless. I want students in my class to excel at everything they do. From tracing to reading their first word. Through the implementation of my classroom management plan coupled with an engaging and exciting curriculum the sky is the limit.
  9. Visual representation • Edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level
  10. Different school models • There are many different models of schools and as the world of education evolves so do they as well. In each school, each classroom their several personalities, not one child is the same as another. All the children that are present in those classrooms are unique in their own way. It is the teacher's job to make sure that none of these individuals lose their uniqueness while they are learning in this environment. • The school that I work at is very divided that those of us that work in the preschool do not get to interact too much with the rest of the school. My interview has me question what do they deal with upstairs and what are the expectations for them. I would love to know how they include technology to teach 21st-century skills. I know most of the teachers there have been working for ten plus years and I would love to know how they handle the constant change that the education system goes through. I learn through all this that the requirements to be a preschool teacher is so much more than the other grades. It gets me so frustrated sometimes.
  11. Different school models I realized that although both schools are funded differently the way they manage the fundings is different. The private school seemed to have a lack of resources. The teachers there mentioned that they have been waiting for supplies for a while and they were still waiting. IHS had resources for all the students. The school also offered more activities for the students which I thought would have been more present at a private school. I notice both schools had to deal with behavioral issues and that the way both teachers dealt with it was very efficient, but the inclusive environment of IHS resulted in many more behavioral issues. These two teachers attitude towards teaching despite problems is astonishing
  12. Lesson Planning The key elements of lesson planning are:  Research effective lesson plans  Clear objectives for the students as well as the students  Alignment with the Common Core State Standards  Assessments  Multiple ways of teaching the lessons
  13. Backward Design Lesson Plan
  14. Learning Objectives Learning Objectives are statements form by the teacher for the purpose of discovering what the student learn after a lesson. • “Developing clear learning objectives can also help develop conceptual understanding for cognition” (Newman, 2013). • Clear objectives gets the children to practice critical thinking skills • “Well-defined and articulated learning objectives are important because they provide students with a clear purpose to focus their learning efforts, direct your choice of instructional activities and guide your assessment strategies” (("Module 3: Learning Objectives", 2018)
  15. Avoiding Pitfalls There are many pitfalls that I must avoid when planning a lessons such as: • Unclear learning objectives • Mistaking students engagement for learning (Newman, 2013). • Trying to accomplish too much in a short period of time. • The learning activities are disconnected form the lessons. • There are no focus questions on a broad topic. “If teachers are to be successful in helping students develop the skills necessary to be 21st-century thinkers and learners, they must be clear about
  16. Assessment Matters • The success of the educational system relies on many things but an important part of it is assessments. Assessments allow teachers to effectively and efficiently map student progress. Through various sources, like the videos, the textbook we see the importance of assessments. The videos categorized them as guides for teachers as well as the school boards. This essay will explore these two assessments and
  17. Assessment Continue The use of formative and summative assessments in the classroom should be done with a clear objective. The data received from those assessments should be used to help the students reach their full potentials. Teachers need both of these assessments because they complement each other. "Although the information gathered by using summative assessments is of great importance, some aspects of the learning process will be left uncovered. While formative evaluation shows the learner's progression toward the objective, the summative evaluation shows whether the student has met the objective" ("The Five Major Features of Summative Assessments - The Advocate", 2018). Summative assessments are used to determine a student's overall achievement level in a specific area of learning at a particular time (Newman, 2013). I feel that it is a way to help the students add to their learning while providing the teachers with tools to create summative assessments. In my school, we have a theme every month and a new letter and number friend every two weeks, the way we assess the toddlers is to see how many of them can tell you the number friend, the letter friend, whether they mastered that specific letter recognition. We do not move on to the next letter or number until everyone is at somewhat the same or close to the same level. We use differentiated instruction to aid in that process so that we do not have to stay behind.
  18. Assessment • Assessments do not have to be tedious and overwhelming. They can be fun and informational. They can be a friend that helps make your students successful. The need for assessment is as vital as the need for lesson plans as well as curriculums. Through preparation, research and partnership between students, parents, and teachers you will be able to better differentiate your lessons, you will know your students struggle points and you will also know what is working for your students, what is helping them learn. We need both formative and summative assessments for this to work because one is formative comes before then summative. It can come full circle in the end.
  19. Professional Learning Communities (PLC) Continuous learning should be an important part of schools. Professional Learning communities do not have to look and function the same across all schools. PLC is suppose to help connect staffs and make sure that students succeeds in the school as well as outside. There needs to be various roads and resources that can help the connection and networking of all the students and staffs. Teachers are like students they all learn differently and
  20. Professional Learning Communities (PLC) Continuous learning should be an important part of schools. Professional Learning communities do not have to look and function the same across all schools. PLC is suppose to help connect staffs and make sure that students succeeds in the school as well as outside. There needs to be various roads and resources that can help the connection and networking of all the students and staffs. Teachers are like students they all learn differently and that needs to be taking into consideration as well.
  21. PLC Continue • It is so important that teachers are continually learning, just as the students they teach because professional development never stops. It is wise to try to grow professionally by taking educational courses, going to professional development conferences, research, different workshops, and with other professionals. Teamwork is the name of the game and student success is the goal.
  22. references • Earlychildhood NEWS - Article Reading Center. (2018). Retrieved from ArticleID=413 • Classroom Rules 2 – (2018). Retrieved from • The Importance of Circle Time – Schuylerville Public Library. (2018). Retrieved from circle-time/
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