Daily Journal: Day 1

This is my experiment in writing in both English and Japanese. I want to both better understand my students and be able to express myself to my boyfriend who only speaks Japanese. It's difficult to communicate on higher level subjects. But I'm committed to working on it. Question 1: Where would you like to visit... Continue Reading →

First TeachNow Lesson Plan

  Lesson Plan   Teacher Candidate:   Nichole Lee Stinemetz Lesson Title: Introducing Point of View and Reading with Silly Voices Grade Level and Course: 2nd Grade (ELL only) Time Segment of Lesson: 50 minutes   Standard(s) Addressed in Lesson:   CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2.6: Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in... Continue Reading →

Types of Praise and They’re Effect on Students

Literature Review of the Role of Effort Based Praise Versus Intelligence Based Praise in the Development of Growth Mindset Versus Fixed Mindset Background Prior to the early 2000s, there were two schools of thought on students’ achievements in school. One, students succeed based on their own inherent intelligence- that is the intelligence they were born... Continue Reading →

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