My group’s learning experience for this past week was centered around the issue of youth living in the United States who have not yet been officially documented as citizens, or have at least one parent who is undocumented: how they are affected by the U.S.’s immigrant policies and other challenges currently threatening them, and whatContinue reading “Learning Experience #2: Undocumented Immigrant Students”
The historic, groundbreaking Supreme Court case of Brown v Board of Education of Topeka of 1954 paved the way toward abolition of segregation in public schools and development of educational equality. As diversity in America’s schools is increasing by the minute, it is crucial for modern-day teachers and pedagogic candidates to educate themselves about providingContinue reading “Current Connections # 1: Superfine and Brown v Board of Education”
Hello everyone! My name is Angie Caldarone; I am 20 years old, and I am a sophomore at John Carroll University majoring in early childhood education. I am from Mentor, Ohio. My preferred pronouns are she/her. I would love to teach any elementary grade, but I have a preference for teaching 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.Continue reading “Intro Post”
This past week, I was involved in developing and conducting a “learning experience” for my class as part of my “Learning Circle” group. Given the current circumstances, our options for presentation were limited, but technology allowed us to collaborate on this project and communicate our ideas about how we would make it effective and inclusive:Continue reading “Learning Experience #1: John Dewey”
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