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MY EXPERIENCE AS AN INTERN. Travis E. Dow EDUC 2201 March 6, 2003. Agenda. Culture Concrete Behavioral Symbolic Teaching Philosophy Importance Teacher/Student Roles. Culture. Concrete Behavioral Symbolic. Culture Concrete.

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My experience as an intern

MY EXPERIENCEAS ANINTERN

Travis E. Dow

EDUC 2201

March 6, 2003


Agenda
Agenda

  • Culture

    • Concrete

    • Behavioral

    • Symbolic

  • Teaching Philosophy

    • Importance

  • Teacher/Student Roles


Culture
Culture

  • Concrete

  • Behavioral

  • Symbolic


Culture concrete
CultureConcrete

  • Diversity – Different races and personalities make up the classroom

  • Attire – Students dress differently to express themselves in different ways.


Culture behavioral
CultureBehavioral

  • Reaction to Authority – Students tend to react differently to different authority figures.

  • Attitudes – Students express positive and negative behavior through their attitudes.


Culture symbolic
CultureSymbolic

  • Religion – The basis of many student’s actions and beliefs.

  • Values – Family values influence the actions of students.


Teaching philosophy importance
Teaching PhilosophyImportance

  • Information – Teaching the right information is key.

  • Approach – Some students learn differently than others.


Teacher student roles
Teacher/Student Roles

Know

Your

Role!


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