Have you seen the latest internet trend, ‘What Are Those?’ Well, I can almost guarantee your students have. It started with a silly vine of someone making a comment on someone else’s shoes. Now it’s viral on the internet!
A silly internet trend, yes. But I have to say, when I first got an email about my students in 504 Plans, that exact question, in that exact inflection, ran through my head: 504 Plans? What are thoseeeee? Continue reading
My student teaching experience thus far has been incredible! The amount of diversity I’ve worked with, the differentiation that I’ve applied to my lessons, and the accommodations I’ve made have taught me so much about learners and learner differences. It’s been such an awesome learning/growing experience! Continue reading
Having a student that struggles with English is difficult, even frustrating at times.
What is a 504 Plan? A 504 Plan is for individuals that do not qualify for special education or specialized instruction, but still need accommodations for a disability that hinders their learning. Continue reading
I attended a meeting today for a student in one of my Honors classes. This student (named Student A for confidentiality purposes) is in the moderate range for hearing loss. Continue reading
The object of this presentation is to discuss the major beliefs and ideas that surround Atheism—whether the belief in the human mind and self-reliance, or the belief in science. The presentation reflects two major ideas: Atheism as a belief system or Atheism as the absence of faith in a higher power.
Early in my college career I learned the importance of accommodating for different types of students: minorities, low-achieving, mentally-handicapped students, students with learning disabilities, students with behavior problems, gifted/talented students, etc.
One of my earlier education classes, Exceptional Learners, focused on accommodating for diverse learners. In this class, I did a presentation on gifted/talented students. This can be viewed by clicking here. Continue reading