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Ideal School

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Allena Wolfblack

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Educational Philosophies
Measuring students learning
Teacher qualifications & characteristics
Ideal School
By: Allena "Boogie" Wolfblack
Incorporating parents & community
Materials
Facilities
Components to incorporate from Poland, Finland, and Korea
Sources

-Multiculturalism/ Socioculturalism
is a broad array of knowledge in traditional subjects with an emphasis on respectful understanding of all cultures and people, like bilingual education and anti-racist pedagogy.
-The opportunity to learn about peers' culture through ethnic classes offered.
-Child-and-community-centered schooling is where problems are engaged by society and children informed by academic disciplines.
-Where constructivist teaching and learning happened.
(Oakes Pg 65)










-At least a Bachelors degree alongside a Teaching license.
-Some sort of experience working with kids, may include YMCA or daycare.
-Able to teach to a variety of students who may not all learn the same.
-Ability to put students before themselves.
-Have the motivation to push students to success.
-Passionate about teaching no matter the students or circumstances (The First Grader).
-Students learning would be assessed by schools creating their own version of standardized testing.
-Student tracking should not help determine whether students need extra help and whether they move onto the next grade level.
-Every student starting at the end of 5th grade will take a test similar to a PISA test, which is based off problem solving skills not subject mastery (Ripley).
-Schools can hold "bring your parents to school day"; it can be an eye-opener for parents.
-PTA involvement like volunteers for schools activities such as talent shows, school carnivals, class holiday parties, etc.
-Principal & Parent breakfasts to communicate problems that can be changed from parent perspectives.
(Canvas Discussion)
-A gymnasium for P.E. classes with a locker room.
-Classrooms that fit to teaching and learning styles.
-A library in the same building as Computer Labs.
-Open space for different sports such as soccer, basketball, playground, a track, baseball, etc.
-A stage used for plays, musicals, and talent shows.

-Enough textbooks for every student which are up-to-date on curriculum.
-Technology that is also up-to-date for computer labs and classroom use.
-A variety of sports equipment for P.E. classes, so students learn multiple sports.
-Art supplies and Music instruments for elective classes.
-The idea of a PISA like test starting with 5th graders which is incorporated from Poland.
-Finnish teachers believe every student has the same opportunity to learn and receive an education, so they push for all students to understand the importance of an education.
-Korean teachers know the potential in their students so they would push their knowledge.
(Ripley)
-Ripley, A. (2013). The smartest kids in the world: and how they got that way. New York : Simon & Schuster.

-Oakes, J., Lipton, M., Anderson, L, & Stillman, J. (2013). Teaching to change the world. Colorado: Paradigm Publishers.

-The First Grader. Dir. Justin Chadwick. Roadshow Entertainment, 2010. DVD.

-Wilson, Keith. "Multicultural Education." Multicultural Education. N.p., 1997. Web. 27 Apr. 2016. <http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/papers/keith.html>.

- Canvas Discussions
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