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My Student Teaching Portfolio
Transcript of My Student Teaching Portfolio
Questions The student teacher understands and uses a variety of instructional strategies to encourage students’ development of critical thinking, problem solving and performance skills. Principle 4 The student teacher uses knowledge of effective verbal, nonverbal, and media communication techniques to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom.
Use of Media and Technology Principle 6 The student teacher plans instruction based upon knowledge of the subject matter, students, the community, and curriculum goals.
Lesson Plans: Monitoring & Adjustment Principle 7 The student teacher fosters relationships with school colleagues, parents and agencies in the larger community to support students learning and well being.
Participates in School/District Event & Projects Principle 3 The student teacher understands how students differ in their approaches to learning and creates instructional opportunities that are adapted to diverse learners. Principle 5 The student teacher uses an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction in the classroom.
Management of Time and Materials General Information Welcome to my student teaching portfolio presentation. I completed my student teaching requirements at P.C. Lujan Elementary School under the supervision and direction of Mrs. Kimberly Torres and her 5th grade students. I hope you enjoy my presentation. Principle 2 The student teacher understands how children learn and develop, and can provide learning opportunities that support their intellectual, social, and personal development. Principle 8 The student teacher understands and uses formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social and physical development of the learner.
Variety of Formal/Informal Assessment Strategies The student teacher is reflective practitioner who continually evaluates the effects of his/her choices and actions on others (students, parents, and other professionals in the learning community) and who actively seeks opportunities to grow professionally.
Relationships with Colleagues Principle 1 The student teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he or she teaches and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful to students. Thank you!!! Any Questions?? Use of Interdisciplinary Approaches
when Teaching Content Math & Art Expectations for learning and achievement Auditory Learning Visual Learning Kinesthetic Learning Developmental Characteristics of Students Totem Poles Creating a Menu Transformation & Tessellation Health & Music Best Practices: Multiple Teaching Strategies, Active Learning, & Modeling Student Responsibilities Using multimedia within a lesson Learning how to use power point Health Activity Modification Worksheet 3D Planet Model Professional Development Working with an Interpreter Special Olympics Chamorro Month Health Lesson Plan (Food Pyramid Guide) Math Lesson Plan (Polygons) Science Lesson Plan (Phases of the Moon) Research & Rubric Peer Teaching Working with colleagues, faculty & staff. Chamorro Words Scavenger Hunt Chill Out & Read Bookmark Contest Illustrating and Summarizing a favorite book Coconut Race (Over Under) Read-A-Thon Science & Art Informal Assessment Formal Assessments Test Observing Principle 9 Games Oral Presentation Classroom Newsletter Sample IEP Forms See Video See Video Menu Project youtube.com/watch?v=NKtJd1hkI9k Creating a form of tessellation Group Leader Reporter Recorder Time Keeper Materials Manager Reflection
To cover the bases of this principle, I incorporated two subjects together to ensure that interdisciplinary lessons were being taught rather than the norm. With this the subject matter was more meaningful and successful in covering not one but two lessons at one time. This gives teachers a chance to enhance lessons so that students are more engaged and learn simultaneously. Reflection
To cover the developmental characteristics of all my students I made sure to incorporate the three different forms of learning, kinesthetic, auditory and visual. Not every student learns the same way so as a teacher I made sure that I was able to adapt to each and every students learning abilities so that their success rate in attaining the skills I am trying to teach is successful. Reflection
In becoming a teacher, it is evident that I must be able to adapt to how student differ in learning and approach this in more than one way to ensure that successful learning occurs. I realize that within all my lesson I must be able to incorporate lessons that they will accomplish and thrive in. For my artifact it illustrates assorted samples of activities that that students have done. Some were in done in groups while another was done individually. Student had the opportunity to apply what they've learned and create something that is theirs in relation to the lesson. Some of the lessons were done in a timely manner while others were given in sections. Reflection
For this principle it is imperative that within a lesson, it covers not only the fundamentals of it but also provides opportunities for student to utilize problem solving, critical thinking, and performing the skills being taught so that assessments may be made and evaluated. For my artifact, it illustrates students working in a cooperative group to strategies on creating a tessellation by adding in a particular type or types of transformation. Reflection As a teacher the one thing to be mindful of is time and how to manage it. There are so many things that needs to be covered with so little time in a day to do so. In managing time and materials there will be a better learning environment and successful learning rate. With that in mind I made sure that within my lessons I implemented student jobs so that they gain a sense of responsibility and understanding for why it is important to have roles (group leader, reporter, recorder, materials manager & time keeper). Reflection
To cover this principle I implemented the usage of technology where I had my students create a powerpoint based on a topic they chose after I presented a presentation on how to use powerpoint. I also incorporated the usage of technology by viewing pictures, listening to music, dancing and playing games via internet and a laptop & projector. Reflection
As a student teacher I had to create lesson plans based on the lessons I was teaching. This allows to follow through with what is needed to be taught aligned with standards for my grade level. It also allows me to be organize and recognize any changes that I may have to make for a particular student who may need accommodations so that he or she grasp the lesson at hand successfully.
For my artifact I included 3 different lesson plans and a sample of a modification I created for a student who is deaf where I had pictures for him to choose from to sort out for each food group in order to create his meal for the day also identifying how many types of food he should place on each category. Reflection
Throughout student teaching, I was able to use a variety of assessment tools to evaluation my students throughout a lesson I taught and give feedback on how to improve or how well they did. Some of the types I used were observing, games, peer teaching projects, test, using a rubric, etc. Reflection
As a student teacher an important factor that took place was building relationships with the people in the school like my colleagues, the faculty & staff. This allowed me to grow personally and professionally. I was able to do so in participating in the professional development, learning how to sign while working with an interpreter, working as a team with the rest of the 5th grade teachers and building relationships with the faculty and staff. Reflection
As a teacher it is important that I participate in as many events, inside and outside school so that it helps me build relationships which I can use as a resource in some way. So I attended the Special Olympics, I participated in the Chamorro Month Events, I created a newsletter to introduce myself to the 5th grade parents, I participated in an IEP meeting and Read-A-Thon week.