As an educational professional, it will be imperative that you understand the role of historical and cultural influences, including issues of current federal and state governance, in determining educational best practices in diverse learning settings to inform teaching practices.
In this task, you will demonstrate your understanding of the classroom settings and educational learning experiences in relationship to the historical, cultural, and current educational requirements at both the state and federal level. You will do this by analyzing classroom environments and instructional lessons from multiple school settings.
Western Governors University employs a three-step developmental framework to support you through your preclinical and clinical experiences. This framework also helps to ensure you exit the program confident in your ability to meet the needs of your future students and school system. This assessment falls under step one of the three-step framework. In this task, you will engage in activities that will go toward preclinical hours of your Early Preclinical Experiences requirements.
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A. Observe each of the videos from the combination chosen from the “Video Observation Groupings” document and analyze the classrooms by doing the following:
1. Using the attached “Observation Table,” identify each video and describe your observations on each of the following characteristics for each of the three classrooms:
• level (i.e., elementary school, middle school, high school)
• setting (i.e., rural, urban, suburban)
• cultural and linguistic diversity
• socio-economic status (SES), including environmental observations related to SES
• instructional topic or content of the lesson
• technology use, including examples of how technology is used in the classroom
2. Compare and contrast each of the three classrooms based on your observations from the “Observation Table,” including three of the classroom characteristics described in A1.
3. Describe one historical, cultural, or legal influence on education and its impact on each of the classrooms observed.
4. Explain how high-leverage practice is applied differently among each classroom setting
B. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
C. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.
Here is the link to the observational videos
Click the link here I have already chosen the 3 videos for which ones I wanted to do my observation on.
this information below the website will also be beneficial for the actual observational table.
Claims, Evidence, & Reasoning: Lesson
Ps Is 268 is a public elementary school located in an urban setting (Queens, NY). A total of 82% of students are from low-income families, and 5% of students are English learners. Student demographics are as follows: 34% Black, 27% Hispanic, 27% White, and 9% Native American.
Citizen Science: Creek Water Analysis
California Trail Middle School is a public middle school located in a suburban setting (Olathe, KS). A total of 10% of students are from low-income families. The percentage of students that are English learners is unknown. Student demographics are as follows: 75% White, 11% Asian, 5% Hispanic, 5% Black.
Infographics for Change
Coliseum College Prep Academy is a public high school located in an urban setting (Oakland, CA). A total of 96% of students are from low-income families, and 36% of students are English learners. Student demographics are as follows: 83% Hispanic, 12% Black, 1% Asian, 1% Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander.
also, here is a link for high leverage for question number 4. this is a list of high leverage examples that you will need to answer the question effectively.
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