2. What did you like and not like about the instruction shown in the video? Why?
I like the fact that even though the kids might be at different levels they still work together and at the same pace. Separating kids because they might not be as developed as others will tend to give them a complex that they cannot achieve like other kids can. One thing I did not like about this style was that the teaching just seems to be repetitious. The teacher calls out something and the students respond with the answer.
Video 2: Sudbury Valley School Approach
1. Provide a summary for the video (minimum 100 words).
In this video, students have the freedom to explore whatever they wish in their education. This video followed a student through his time at this school. In his first year he spent his school time playing video games with other students who shared this interest. All were intensely involved ...
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...acher does or what the school provides. I believe that these two things are very important in the education process of each student.
Lastly, write about what you have learned overall from these videos in a paragraph.
Each of these videos bring interesting things about the education of our children to light. One thing that I gather from these videos is that there is no cookie cutter method of teaching or learning for every student that sits in a classroom. Just as the methods are unique, so is each and every student that we will have the pleasure of teaching during our span as a teacher. I believe that we have to find that method that works best for each student and we need to make sure that we are reaching each student and bringing them from one level of education to the next in order to prepare them for their future. It 's not about us, it 's about the student!
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