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EDU 684: Including Diverse Populations. Session 4. Housekeeping. Questions School Visit Permission Form First paper due Mini-lessons format Book Discussion sign up 3 stories Evacuation plan Allergies list Basic assistive technology. Agenda.

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housekeeping
Housekeeping
  • Questions
  • School Visit Permission Form
  • First paper due
  • Mini-lessons format
  • Book Discussion sign up
  • 3 stories
    • Evacuation plan
    • Allergies list
    • Basic assistive technology
agenda
Agenda
  • Listen/talk about a range of disabilities.
  • Discuss Banks’ conception of multicultural education.
  • Work together on teacher reactions to student behaviors.
  • Watch/discuss political differences on education policy.
  • Teach/learn from our mini-lessons.
  • Planning time for book presentations.
learning disabilities
Learning Disabilities
  • The invisibility of the disorder
  • Not achieving commensurate with age and ability level
  • Use of IQ testing
  • Common diagnosis
    • Dyslexia
    • Dysgraphia
    • Dyscalculia
  • 4% of all students, 47% of special education.
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Dismissed by some?
  • Inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity
  • Role of medication
  • Organization skills and routines
  • 3-5% of students
  • Understand the social aspect
communication disorders
Communication Disorders
  • Speech disorders
    • Articulation (saying sounds)
    • Fluency (rate and flow)
    • Voice (quality, pitch, intensity)
  • Auditory issues
    • Repeating directions
    • Showing steps
  • Language use
  • Modeling and wait time
emotional and behavioral disorders
Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Considerably outside the norm, chronic, socially unacceptable
  • 6-10% of students
  • External vs. internal behaviors
  • Early action
  • Causes?
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Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Anecdotal records
  • Documented calls/meetings with parents
  • Plans and their outcomes
  • Link to student’s academics
  • Some examples
    • Violence
    • Oppositional behavior
    • Inappropriate responses
journal discussion

Banks (2009)

    • “The Father of Multicultural Education”

Journal Discussion

dealing with student behaviors
Dealing with Student Behaviors
  • Your class has many different personalities. Some of your students exhibit the following behaviors:
    • Talks to others during quiet activity times
    • Indicates that no one likes/cares about them
    • Does not begin assignments after receiving directions
    • Tattles on other students
  • What can you try to help your students?
obama mccain debate
Obama / McCain Debate
  • What are some of the main differences in policy outlook?
  • Where are there areas of agreement?
  • Of the points mentioned, what point to you most identify with?

Vouchers, charter schools

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPAW_0Mcu8I&feature=related

mini lessons
Mini-lessons
  • Mini-lesson, not maxi-lesson.
  • Popular structure: The “Workshop Method”
    • ~10 minute mini-lesson
    • ~25 minute independent work
    • ~10 minute share/review
  • Boredom = no learning.
  • Keep it simple.
mini lessons cont
Mini-lessons (cont.)
  • Important components:
    • Aim/objective – What do we want the students to learn?
    • Motivation – How will we *spark* interest for our lesson? (less than 1 minute)
    • Materials – What supplies do we need?
    • Procedure – numbered list – What steps will we take to teach our lesson?
    • Questions – What are some key questions we will ask during the lesson to check for understanding?
mini lessons cont1
Mini-lessons (cont.)
  • Independent work – What will the class do to practice the new skill that you have taught them?
  • Student evaluation – How will you assess if the students learned the material?
  • Follow up – What will be your next lesson/homework assignment to build on this learning?
mini lessons1
Mini-lessons

Grade Levels

Subjects

Topics

group meeting time
Group Meeting Time
  • Journal Article Discussion Groups
  • Book Presentation Groups
for next time
For Next Time . . .
  • Read and be ready to discuss

Ravitch (2010)

  • Read Ch. 9 - 11 in textbook.
  • Be thinking about your upcoming assignments (see syllabus).

11/8 – School Visit Due

11/29 – Group Presentations begin

12/13 – Researched Position Due

12/13 – Participation Reflection Due