Estoy buscando para el email con el envio del GoogleDoc y no lo puedo encontrar. Estaba seguro de que he recibidolo, pero ahora no tengo y no puedo ver en el GoogleDoc tambien. ? Es posible que no me ha enviado?
Tengo ahora problema para comentar los blogs de nuestros amigos. Yo no recibo ninguna informacion cuando alguien ha escribido algo como fue antes. Estoy en una situacion de oscura total y debo andar en cada persona pagina buscando donde puedo anadir mi cualquier comentario. Que paso? Y eso afecta mas la manera que comento a alguno blog. Muchas veces lo hago tarde.
SPN 370 provides a descriptive and critical overview of the different varieties of oral Spanish. The main objective of the course is to develop critical and linguistic awareness about the relationship between language, individual, and society, in the context of the spread of Spanish in the world, with special emphasis on migration and Spanish-speaking communities (monolingual and bilingual) in Spain, Latin America, and the United States. See More
"My colleague Jose planed an activity that made easier to learn the body parts for average and Non-gifted learners that have special needs. Shrum and Glisan write “average students with special need are able to perform at expected levels, but…"
" My partner Joel and I were assigned to create two activities for a group of students who had the physical disability of being visually impaired. Students with visual impairments tend to need the use of…"
"My peer-coach (i.e., Sarai Herreros) and I were assigned a classroom that had some cases of students with learning disabilities, which relates to the second group of learners stated by Shrum and Glisan (2016). When their needs are not addressed…"
"For this teaching slice, Sindy and I were challenged with presenting a lesson in which we had to accommodate students with special physical needs (visually impaired). When teaching a lesson that tries to accommodate students with special physical…"
The performance that Kimberly and I presented in class was about how to teach gifted learners. My classmate is a young and talented student who had developed most of the activity for our presentation. She had the idea to develop an activity…"
"Katherine did a fantastic job in her teaching slice. When she presented the teaching slice that she had generated before presenting it to the class, I noticed immediately the dedication to learners who have special needs. The lesson was clearly…"
"For this in-class teaching slice my peer coach (Eulalia) and I planned a lesson that was aimed for the target group of learners assigned and which was "the gifted students." Children who give evidence of high performance capability…"
"I thought that overall Joseph did a good job at preparing a lesson for students with special learning needs and disabilities, which in this case was those students with hearing impairment. As we have already seen in the readings by Shrum and Glisan,…"
"Janeth’s teaching slide was based to accommodate average and Non-gifted learners with special needs. According to Shrum and Glisan (2016), average students with special need are able to perform at expected levels, but they may actually perform…"
"For this presentation we were challenged with creating a presentation that would suit a specific ability for students in a classroom. When observing classrooms, it may be a little challenging to focus on every peculiar aspect of special education…"
Shrum and Glisan (2016) distinguish two groups of learners who have special needs: (1) learners with special physical needs, and (2) learners with special learning needs, such as learners with learning disabilities, at-risk learners, gifted learners, and heritage or home background learners.Based on the target group of learners for whom you were assigned to design and present an activity, think reflectively about the performance of your peer coach and provide her/him with some positive feedback…See More