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ASH EDU 673 Week 2 Assignment Setting the Stage for Success (Set 2) recent

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Education was a priority for the founding fathers. Dr. Benjamin Rush, unlike his peers, was an advocate for education that included both females and blacks. He founded one of the first female academies in the United States, the Young Ladies Academy of Philadelphia. Although he was a believer in women being educated, his reasoning for the importance of education was that it would make women more subservient to men.

In a one- to two-page APA-formatted paper, refer to your text and then “take a stand.” You will either defend Rush’s position for creating the curriculum he implemented (a few of the subjects taught: general knowledge of bookkeeping, vocal music and dance, and moral philosophy) or discredit his stance and explain how women would be better off without this bias and/or unfair education. List at least three reasons to support your opinion.

Suggested Resource:
National Women’s History Museum: http://www.nwhm.org/online-exhibits/education/introduction.html

Your finished paper must include a title page and a reference page formatted in APA 6th-edition style. It should include a minimum of one source in addition to your textbook and should not exceed two pages (not including title and reference pages).

 

ASH EDU 673 Week 2 DQ 1 recent

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Fluid and Fixed Mindsets. Souza and Tomlinson (2011) explain, “Mindsets are the assumptions, expectations, and beliefs that guide our behavior and our interaction with others”(p. 19). A teacher’s mindset is of utmost importance in the differentiated classroom. Think about your least favorite teacher and consider what their mindset must have been. Share how you felt in the class and how the teacher’s mindset affected your own well-being and academic success as a student. How did this teacher’s mindset affect his or her teaching? What advice would you give this teacher to help change his or her mindset? Or, think of your own mindset and how it affects the students in your classroom. Do you have a fixed or fluid mindset? Are there areas where you need to improve or change your mindset? What specific strategies can you implement to make your teaching more effective?

Guided Response: Review at least two of your peers’ postings and analyze how their suggested mindsets will meet the social-emotional needs of their students. How will they become more empathetic? Identify and reinforce a student’s competence? Give students a sense of ownership? Address fear of failure and humiliation? Extend their thinking by asking them to clarify their thinking, provide examples, and/or elaborate further.

 

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ASH EDU 673 Week 1 DQ 2 recent

ASH EDU 673 Week 1 DQ 2 recent

 

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Educational Neuroscience. Educational neuroscience is an exciting recent discipline that brings together research from psychology, neuroscience and pedagogy to help educators make the best curriculum, instructional and assessment choices for effective learning. Locate an article in the Ashford Online Library that investigates findings from cognitive and neuroscientific research. Provide a brief summary of the article and explain how the findings could be translated into what educators do in schools and classrooms. Do the findings support differentiated teaching and learning? Why or why not?

Guided Response: Review at least two of your classmates’ postings and analyze the connections they have made between the research findings and what educators do in schools and classrooms. Do you agree or disagree with their suppositions? Why or why not? Relate the findings to your own.

 

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ASH EDU 673 Week 1 DQ 1 recent

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Key Principles of Effective Differentiation. Analyze the five key principles of effective differentiation and discuss which of the five will be the most difficult for you to embrace with a “fluid” 11 or “growth mindset.” What are the obstacles you see that will inhibit implementing the principles in your current or future educational setting? Which of the five is the easiest to accept? Why?

Guided Response: Review at least two of your classmates’ postings and suggest ways that may help them change their fixed mindset about the principle that is difficult for them to embrace. Share examples from your own educational experience that address any of the five principles.

 

ASH EDU 673 Week 6 Final TPACK (Set 2) recent

ASH EDU 673 Week 6 Final TPACK (Set 2)

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Personal and Professional Growth. As you reflect on this course, what assumptions about differentiated instruction have been confirmed? Have others been challenged? Which? What steps will you take to modify your teaching strategies now or in the future? What specific goals will you set for becoming a more academically responsive teacher? What do you believe is the best piece of advice you can give yourself and others when it comes to differentiated instruction?

Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your peers’ postings and extend their learning by offering advice on how to successfully differentiate instruction. Extend their thinking by asking them to clarify any ideas that are confusing to you. Offer steps or strategies to help them achieve their goals for becoming a more academically responsive teacher. Provide them with words of encouragement