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Promoting Student Learning

How could we identify the student’s stage and foster cognitive development in ESL classrooms, taking into account the fact that we are working with second and fifth graders who are part of a small pub
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Promoting Student Learning 1) Classroom Management
- Michelle Taylor

2) Family, School & Community Relationships
- Guadalupe De La Rosa

3) Student Diversity
- Teresa Benza

4) Response to Intervention
- Sarah Chunnui · Diversity in the Classroom

Best Practice:

· Diversity in the classroom should be more than just understanding other cultural and religious beliefs. Diversity should be built everyday in the classroom through respect of others opinions, talents, and needs.

http://www.tolerance.org/activity/classroom-community-building




· Diversity through Art

Best Practice:

· Teach art in the classroom. Emphasize how art is unique like each one of us and how no two paintings look alike.

http://www.suite101.com/content/six-tips-for-teaching-diversity-a30336 Student Diversity
-Teresa Benza Family, School & Community Relationships
-Guadalupe De La Rosa Response to Intervention
-Sharah Chunnui Classroom Management
- Michelle Taylor Four Fundamentals
1. Know what you want and what you don't want.
2. Show and tell your students what you want.
3. When you get what you want, acknowledge (not praise) it.
4. When you get something else, act quickly and appropriately.

Best Practices
While good room arrangement is not a guarantee of good behavior, poor planning in this area can create conditions that lead to problems.
Teachers should identify expectations for student behavior and communicate those expectations to students periodically.
Effective teacher-led instruction
Address instruction and assignments to challenge academic achievement while continuing to assure individual student success.
In classrooms, the most prevalent positive consequences are intrinsic student satisfaction resulting from success, accomplishment, good grades, social approval and recognition.
They are not stupid students and they can hear what is being said.. They just don't necessarily understand the language or culture, yet. References
ADPRIMA. (2010). Classroom Management, Management of Student Conduct,
Effective Praise Guidelines, and a Few Things to Know About ESOL
Thrown in for Good Measure. Retrieved fromhttp://www.adprima.com/managing.htm
Communicating | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type2.htm
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2010). RTI Action Network. Retrieved
from http://www.rtinetwork.org/
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2006). Parent Advocacy Brief.
Retrieved from http://www.ecac-parentcenter.org/education/documents/Parents_Guide_to_RTI_000.pdf
Parenting | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type1.htm
Russel, Sophia. “Six Tips for Teaching Diversity.” Effectively Incorporating
Diversity in the Classroom (2007). suite101.com. 19 December 2010 <
http://www.suite101.com/content/six-tips-for-teaching-diversity-a30336>
Teaching Tolerance. Tolerance.Org. 19 December 2010
http://www.tolerance.org/activity/classroom-community-building
Volunteering | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type4.htm
Volunteering | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type3.htm Parenting
• Basic Responsibilities of Families
– Housing, health, nutrition, clothing, safety
– Parenting skills for all age levels
– Home conditions that support children as students at all grade levels
– Information and activities to help schools understand children and families

Communicating
• Basic Responsibilities of Schools
– Memos, notices, report card, conferences, newsletters, phone calls
– Information on school programs, test, and children’s progress
– Information to choose or change schools, courses, programs, or activities RTI: Tier One
- Core Curriculum and regular classroom management
- Must be research based
- Incorporates continued education to improve teacher effectiveness

Strategy:
- RECLAIM, a brain-based educational strategy by Eric Jenson

RESOURCE: www.jensenlearning.com

RTI: Tier Two
-Strategic interventions
-Needs based learning

RESOURCE: http://www.ecac-parentcenter.org/education/documents/Parents_Guide_to_RTI_000.pdf

Strategy:
Differentiation
-Can be content, process, product or environment

RTI: Tier 3
-Specific
- Review data for areas of strength, improvement, and need

Strategy:
Reteach method Volunteering
• Involvement at and for the school
– In schools or classrooms: Assist administrators, teachers, students, or parents an aides, tutors, coaches, lectures, chaperones, and other leaders
– For schools or classroom: Assist school program and children’s progress from any location at any time
– As audiences: Attend assembles, performances, sports events, recognition and award ceremonies, celebrations, and other events

Learning at Home
• Information for families on
– How to help at home with homework
– Required skills to pass each subject
– Curriculum-related decisions
– Other skills and talents References
ADPRIMA. (2010). Classroom Management, Management of Student Conduct,
Effective Praise Guidelines, and a Few Things to Know About ESOL
Thrown in for Good Measure. Retrieved fromhttp://www.adprima.com/managing.htm
Communicating | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type2.htm
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2010). RTI Action Network. Retrieved
from http://www.rtinetwork.org/
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2006). Parent Advocacy Brief.
Retrieved from http://www.ecac-parentcenter.org/education/documents/Parents_Guide_to_RTI_000.pdf
Parenting | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type1.htm
Russel, Sophia. “Six Tips for Teaching Diversity.” Effectively Incorporating
Diversity in the Classroom (2007). suite101.com. 19 December 2010 <
http://www.suite101.com/content/six-tips-for-teaching-diversity-a30336>
Teaching Tolerance. Tolerance.Org. 19 December 2010
http://www.tolerance.org/activity/classroom-community-building
Volunteering | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type4.htm
Volunteering | NNPS. (n.d.). National Network of Partnership Schools at John
Hopkins University. Retrieved December 20, 2010, from
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes/type3.htm
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