Ecology of Teaching by Ruth Mathusek (Why are some students at risk? (p.…
Ecology of Teaching by Ruth Mathusek
What does a teacher's role have on socialization?
Communicate high expectations for students success.
Adapt learning activities to the needs and abilities of students.
Involve students in planning motivating learning activities.
Ensure success by providing guidance and support.
Organize the classroom environment to provide time and opportunity to learn.
What leadership characteristics of teachers foster students learning?
Goode and Brophy
Direct and Indirect instruction
Be a collaborator
Be a role model
Be a mentor
Zone of Proximal Development
Relate to students positively
Know your students and respond accordingly
How does a teacher's managing ability have to do with student's learning ability?
Do teachers' expectations affect the achievement and behavior of students?
Rosenthal and Jacobson
Pygmalion in the Classroom
Good and Brophy
Do teachers treat boys and girls differently?
Why Boys Fail
Susan McGee Bailey
Do teachers engage in ethnic stereotyping?
Equitable treatment of all groups
Generalized Values of the Macroculture
More interest in the external world of things and events
Emphasis on change, flow, movement
Valuation of fairnes
Belief in nationalism
Stress on assertiveness
Emphasis in peer relationship
Focus on individual personally
Valuation of the work ethic
Objective, impersonal relationships to others
Emphasis on active mastery
Principles of right and wrong
Generalized Values of the Microculture
Orientation toward the extended family
Fostering of sharing and group ownership
Learning occurs by observation and being patient
Respect and compliance is shown by no eye contact
Effects of Individualistic and Collectivistic Orientations on Socialization
Do all children have an equal opportunity to succeed in school?
The consequences of classism
How do you learn best?
Relationship between Learning Style and Socialization
Relational cognitive style
Orientation towards Persons/Objects
Analytical cognitive style
Adapting Teaching Style to Diverse Learning Styles
Student Learning Styles and Technology in the classroom
The Flipped Classroom
Aaron Sams and Jonathon Bergmann,
Flip Your Classroom
What experiences with disability?
Collaboration with various professionals
Adaptation of the curriculum to various learning styles
Identification and Assessment of Children w/ disabilities
Reduce educational costs
Checklist and rating scales
Measurements of behavior
Inclusion with disabilities in the communnity
Why are some students at risk?
Leave No Child Behind
more likely for higher education
behave more positively
graduate from high school
get better grades
Poor Children at Risk
Families, Substance Abuse, and Children
Prenatal Substance Exposure
Bergin and McCullough
Family Alcohol Abuse
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Failure in school; truancy
Lack of friends, withdrawal
Abuse of substances
Depression or suicidal thoughts
Programs: Al-Anon and Alateen
Families, violence, and children
How teaching influences factors in society?
Classroom Contexts and Socialization Outcomes
Teacher-and Learner-Directed Classroom Context
How are teachers accountable for NCLB?
School Readiness and Assessment
Mesosystem Influences on Teaching
Family Involvement in Learning
Seek Learning by Faith
Jesus: The Perfect Leader
Why Gender Matters