WHY from extreme wealth to life ending poverty.

WHY DOES CLASS MATTER?     Student ID: 4312902 “Class is something beneath your clothes, under your skin, in your reflexes, in your psyche, at the very core of your being” (Annette Kuhn, 1995). As rightly said by Annette Kuhn class is something that is all around us and has been all around us since times immemorial. Class refers to a …

Public School Teacher Interview

Teacher (T): “Oh, happy to help. First off, a caveat: Asking me questions about teaching in February/March isn’t ideal. This is the time of year when teachers and students are all incredibly burned out and sick of each other, and were still several weeks away from spring break. ” Me: “Fair enough! I have never taught in your capacity so …

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The Bajan-Brit’s experiences of sexism in Barbados have also been pointed out in Phillips and Potter’s article. They argue that the immigrants have moved from a relatively gendered equal society towards a gendered indigenous society where the patriarchal system constitutes the postcolonial spaces of Barbados (Phillips and Potter, 2006). It can be seen that in the context of gender system, …

Why should I change my teaching?

Now that is about to begin a new school year is a good time for all people who are dedicated to educate us to consider whether we should change anything in the way we teach and why we should. One of the unavoidable obligations of any educator is required to understand the mechanisms of functioning of the society in which …

Chapter 3

Bloom’s taxonomy describes levels of cognition; a system of levels to better organize a concept design-plan-act! (D-P-A) system systemic approach to effective instruction dynamic instructional design (DID) model flexible system for designing instruction feedback loop the return of information regarding the success of each step formative feedback a type of feedback that occurs while the learning event is in progress …