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Blog post #1 Class Survey

Tori, she/her Buffalo, NY unsure, history I like to cook, sing, play tennis, hangout with friends, and listen to music. I am also in Kappa Alpha Theta. The Harry Potter series has a lot of meaning to me. It is was I grew up on, and was an outlet that brought my whole family together.Continue reading “Blog post #1 Class Survey”

Current Connection

For our current connection, we focused on the chapters School Funding Basics, Why Teacher Unions Matter, and New Teachers Energize Their Union. For my chapter School Funding Basics, I gave an overview. Our schools don’t get enough money, and the money they do get is not distributed fairly. Chronic underfunding of public education is aContinue reading “Current Connection”

Field Blog #13: Defining and Applying the Theme of Loss of Innocence to Harper Lee’s Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”

In this field blog observation, it shows a teacher fostering a class discussion and students defining the loss of innocence as a springboard into their discussion on how this theme applies to the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”. This shows a class of ninth-graders, of which there are 34 students, ages 14-16. In the class,Continue reading “Field Blog #13: Defining and Applying the Theme of Loss of Innocence to Harper Lee’s Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird””

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