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WEEK ONE | 1 September

 INTRODUCTIONS

Introductions: 

  • You & me
  • Draw the change you want to be in the world – gallery
  • Course Introduction

Workshop: Building your ED100 Weblog

Assignment Due | BlogPost I Class Survey Friday 2 September

Noteworthy | Field Placements with Lisa Sugar

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More Introductions  

Workshop | Building your ED100 Weblog II

BlogPost I Class Survey | Once you have completed your first blog post, please publish it to the Internet and send the address of the published page to me in an email message. Use the email address you would like me to use to communicate with you this semester.

Overview Reading 1 | Chapter 1: Starting Strong. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 3-25

  • Creating Community Out of Chaos  By Linda Christensen
  • A Message from a Black Mom to Her Son  By Dyan Watson
  • Honor Their Names  By Linda Christensen
  • Name  By Hiwot Adilow
  • Uchinaaguchi The language of my heart  By Moé Yonamine

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WEEK TWO | 8 September

Noteworthy |

Course Introductions | BlogPost I Class Survey

  • 4. What are you into; what makes you special? Share a few “unique” aspects about yourself that would help our classroom community get to know you a bit. Are you on an athletic team? Sing in the choir? Are you trying out for a play? Painting? What are you planning on doing this semester in your life that you would like to share?
  • 8. Do you have a question or two that you would like to ask me about myself or the class?

Workshop |

Dr. Shutkin Learning Experience | Chapter 1: Starting Strong. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pages 3-25

  • Creating Community Out of Chaos  By Linda Christensen
  • A Message from a Black Mom to Her Son  By Dyan Watson
  • Honor Their Names  By Linda Christensen
  • Name  By Hiwot Adilow
  • Uchinaaguchi The language of my heart  By Moé Yonamine

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More Course Introductions | BlogPost I Class Survey

Another Workshop | Let’s add a few widgets to your blog and tend to your menu.

Dr. Shutkin Current Connections 1 | Chapter 1: Starting Strong. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pages 3-25

Overview Reading 2  | Chapter 1: Starting Strong. | The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 26-49

  • Uncovering the Lessons of Classroom Furniture You are where you sit By Tom McKenna
  • Getting Your Classroom Together By Bob Peterson
  • 12 Suggestions for New Teachers By Larry Miller
  • How I Survived My First Year  By Bill Bigelow

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WEEK THREE | 15 September

Assignment Due Dates | Learning Experience & Current Connections BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following class.

Noteworthy |

  • Green Forms
  • ED 100 class trips |
    • September 29  Noble Elementary, Cleveland Hts.
    • October 13  Mayfield Middle School, Mayfield
      • October 27  Beachwood High School, Beachwood

Some More Course Introductions | BlogPost I Class Survey

  • How are you? What about your JCU experience so far?
  • What must be in place for you to feel comfortable taking intellectual and creative risks in a course such as this one?

Field Observations, Comics & Discussions

Learning Experience  –>  Learning Circle 1 | Chapter 1: Starting Strong.  The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 26-49

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Current Connection –>  Learning Circle 3 | Chapter 1: Starting Strong.  The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 26-49

Overview Reading 3 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social JusticeThe New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 53-73.

  • Creating Classrooms for Equity and Social Justice  By Rethinking Schools Editors
  • Black Is Beautiful  By Kara Hinderlie
  • Seeing Ourselves with Our Own Eyes  By Katy Alexander

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WEEK FOUR | 22 September

Assignment Due Dates | Learning Experience & Current Connections Blog Posts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following class.

Noteworthy | 

  • Green sheets for field placements
  • Arranging a time to meet with LCs before learning experiences is crucial (and required).
  • Next week, Sept. 29 is Field Trip One to Noble Elementary, Cleveland Heights.

Discussion and Lecture | Microaggressions

Learning Experience –>  Learning Circle 2 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social Justice. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 53-73.

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Current Connection –>  Learning Circle 4 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social Justice. The New Teacher Book: Finding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 53-73.

Overview Reading 4 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social Justice. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 74-93

  • Presidents and Slaves Helping students find the truth  By Bob Peterson
  • Medical Apartheid  Teaching the Tuskegee Syphilis Study By Gretchen Kraig-Turner
  • Q/A: I hate the textbook I’ve been given to use. What can I do?  By Rita Tenorio, Rachel Cloues, and Bill Bigelow

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WEEK FIVE | 29 September

Field Trip One | Noble Elementary, Cleveland Heights.

Assignment Due Dates | Learning Experience & Current Connections BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following class.


WEEK SIX | Six October

Noteworthy |

  • Next week: October 13  Mayfield Middle School, Mayfield

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 3 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social Justice. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 74-93

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Current Connection –>  Learning Circle 1 | Chapter 2: Teaching for Social Justice. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 74-93

Overview Reading 5 | Chapter 3: Challenges and OpportunitiesThe New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 165-188

  • How Do I Stay in a Profession that Is Trying to Push Me Out?  By John Terry
  • Dear White Teacher  By Chrysanthius Lathan
  • Restorative Justice Starts in the Classroom  By Camila Arze Torres Goitia
  • Q/A: What are restorative practices and why are they important?  By Bob Peterson
  • Girls Against Dress Codes  By Lyn Mikel Brown

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WEEK SEVEN | 13 October

Field Trip Two | October 13  Mayfield Middle School, Mayfield

Assignment Due Dates | Learning Experience & Current Connections BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following class.


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WEEK EIGHT | 20 October

Noteworthy |

  • Field trip Three | October 27  Beachwood High School, Beachwood

Field Observations, Comics & Discussions

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 4 | Chapter 3: Challenges and Opportunities. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 165-188

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Current Connection  –>  Learning Circle 2 | Chapter 3: Challenges and Opportunities. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 165-188

Overview Reading 6 | Chapter 3: Challenges and OpportunitiesThe New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 189-204

  • Inclusivity Is Not a Guessing Game  By Chelsea Vaught
  • “I Believe You”  Responsive teacher talk and our children’s lives  By Michelle Strater Gunderson
  • On Behalf of Their Name : Using they/them pronouns because they need us to  By Mykhiel Deych

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WEEK NINE | 27 October

Field Trip Three | October 27  Beachwood High School, Beachwood, Ohio


WEEK TEN | 3 November

Noteworthy | 

Field Observation, Comic Strip and Blogging Project

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 1 | Chapter 3: Challenges and Opportunities. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 189-204

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Current Connection –> Learning Circle 3 | Chapter 3: Challenges and Opportunities. The New Teacher Book: Finding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 189-204

Overview Reading 7 | Chapter 4: Measuring What MattersThe New Teacher Book: Finding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 207-228

  • Time to Get Off the Testing Train  By Stan Karp
  • What’s Wrong with Standardized Tests?  By FairTest
  • Authentic Assessment for Learning
  • Fourteen Days SBAC Took Away  By Moé Yonamine
  • Testing Assumptions  By Claudierre McKay, Aaron Regunberg, and Tim Shea

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WEEK ELEVEN | 10 November

Noteworthy | 

Field Observation, Comic Strip and Blogging Project

  • Share their individual comic strip,
  • Synthesize their field observations, course readings and classroom learning experiences informing their comic strip, and
  • Generate discussion. (Encourage classmates to connect to their comic strip by sharing relevant stories about their lived experiences in the field of education).
  • Due at midnight this Friday, following class discussion of your comic strip, each LC member writes a brief essay (~250 words or about one page).

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 2 | Chapter 4: Measuring What Matters. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 207-228

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Current Connection –> Learning Circle 4 | Chapter 4: Measuring What Matters. The New Teacher Book: Finding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 207-228

Overview Reading | Chapter 4: Measuring What Matters.  The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 229-248

  • My Dirty Little Secret: I Don’t Grade Student Papers Helping students find their passion helps them learn how to write well  By Linda Christensen
  • Taking Teacher Quality Seriously  A collaborative approach to teacher evaluation  By Stan Karp
  • Beyond Test Scores  Introducing the MCIEA school quality measures  By James Noonan

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WEEK TWELVE | 17 November

Noteworthy |

Field Observation, Comic Strip and Blogging Project

  • Share their individual comic strip,
  • Synthesize their field observations, course readings and classroom learning experiences informing their comic strip, and
  • Generate discussion. (Encourage classmates to connect to their comic strip by sharing relevant stories about their lived experiences in the field of education).
  • Due at midnight this Friday, following class discussion of your comic strip, each LC member writes a brief essay (~250 words or about one page).

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 3 | Chapter 4: Measuring What Matters. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 229-248

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Current Connection –> Learning Circle 1 | Chapter 4: Measuring What Matters. The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 229-248

Overview Reading 9 | Beyond the Classroom:  The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 249-272. 

  • Moving Beyond the Classroom  By Stan Karp
  • Q/A: As a new educator why should I be concerned about school privatization?
  • School Funding Basics  By Stan Karp
  • Why Teacher Unions Matter  By Bob Peterson
  • New Teachers to the Union: Count Us In!  By Gabriel Tanglao

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WEEK THIRTEEN | 1 December

Noteworthy |

  • Final Exam –> Thursday December 15, 2022 Time TBA
  • Previously incomplete assignments are due on the last day of classes.

Field Observation, Comic Strip and Blogging Project

  • Share their individual comic strip,
  • Synthesize their field observations, course readings and classroom learning experiences informing their comic strip, and
  • Generate discussion. (Encourage classmates to connect to their comic strip by sharing relevant stories about their lived experiences in the field of education).
  • Due at midnight this Friday, following class discussion of your comic strip, each LC member writes a brief essay (~250 words or about one page).

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle 4 | Chapter 5: Beyond the Classroom.  The New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 249-272.

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Current Connection –> Learning Circle 2 | Chapter 5: Beyond the ClassroomThe New Teacher BookFinding purpose, balance, and hope during your first years in the classroom. pp. 249-272.

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WEEK FOURTEEN | 8 December

Noteworthy |

  • Final Exam –> Tuesday May 10, 2022 10:00am-11:50am
  • Previously incomplete assignments are due on the last day of classes, 5 May 2022

ED100 | A Retrospective

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WEEK FIFTEEN | 15 December

Final Exam –> Thursday December 15 Time TBA

Assignment Due –> Field Observations, Comics Strips & Blog Posts 


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