Posted: August 3rd, 2022
Engagement (cognitive, behavioral, emotional)
Observation Lesson 4 (38:24) 2022
Close Reading: The History of Pizza (31:23) 2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3Pfd97WIX4
5th grade Model Lesson 1 hour and 34 minutes (list on the right of a variety of lessons that are at least an hour long)
Classroom Observation Lessons posted by Terryl Yates (scroll down until you see Observation Lessons. In that link there are a variety of observation lessons) https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=observation+lessons+for+teachers+
A Day in the Life of a Primary Teacher (20:15)
What I Have Learned about Flexible Seating (31:13)
Literacy Lesson First Grade
Classroom Tour Middle School 2020 (20:12)
Classroom Tour (Variety of levels ) https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tour+of+a+high+school+class
Literacy Lesson First Grade https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkxJSwa_b3A
Ruby’s Inclusion Story (kindergarten) 2017 12:15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBz6glO5x5Q
A variety of observations of Inclusive Classrooms
Classroom videos from Colin Colorado of effective instruction of ELL Students
Alternate Clinical Experience Video Summary
Clinical Field Experience A: Student Engagement in Inclusive Environments
1. Time: try to use about 2 hours with observations and the other hour credited for talking to your mentor.
· Videos are in lieu of Observations
· Observe videos of an experienced teacher (must be from the approved list )
· make note of the classroom environments, paying attention to how it effects the students’ level of cognitive engagement, behavioral engagement, emotional engagement, as well as inclusion.
3. Mentor Discussion: discuss with your mentor teacher your classroom description from the Topic 1- Creating Literacy Environments assignment. Ask for feedback on what you wrote.
4. Turn in: (summaries and reflection)
· Video summaries that equal approximately 2 hours together. Use the template below for each video summary.
· Write a 250-500 word reflection of your video observations.
· Include examples of how the teachers’ literacy environments affected students’ cognitive engagement, behavioral engagement, emotional engagement, and inclusion.
· Suggest ideas on how engagement could be increased in the observed classrooms to make the classrooms even more inclusive.
· Explain how these types of engagement relate to inclusion and affect motivation.
· Briefly describe the feedback you received from your mentor teacher regarding your classroom description and the changes made to support inclusion.
brief summary and what you learned from the video that you could apply to your own teaching)
Note: Choose with your mentor teacher an appropriate subject and standards to address in your digital literacy lesson plan. The lesson plan will be created in Topic 4 and taught (hypothetically) in Topic 6 .
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