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Curriculum Standards: Experiencing Education, Eleventh Edition Experiencing Learning AWARENESS AND REFLECTION I.1.1: Students will analyze their strengths and areas for improvement as learners. I.1.2: Students will evaluate themselves as diverse individuals, learners, and community members. I.1.3: Students will determine how diversity enhances the classroom and the community. I.1.4: Students will analyze the role of self-esteem in learning and its contributing factors. I.1.5: Students will recognize and establish a respectful environment for diverse populations of students in the classroom. STYLES AND NEEDS I.2.1: Students will evaluate different learning styles. I.2.2: Students will identify the special needs and exceptionalities of learners and determine how these needs affect the learning process. I.2.3: Students will evaluate major physical, social, and personal challenges that can impede successful learning. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I.3.1: Students will differentiate among the physical stages of learners. I.3.2: Students will differentiate among the cognitive stages of learners. I.3.3: Students will distinguish between the moral stages of learners. I.3.4: Students will analyze the steps in the psychosocial stages of learners. I.3.5: Students will apply their knowledge of the developmental changes of learners. Experiencing the Classroom OBSERVATION AND PREPARATION II.1.1: Students will analyze their strengths and areas for improvement as potential teachers. II.1.2: Students will evaluate positive and negative aspects of the teaching profession. II.1.3: Students will evaluate appropriate instructional objectives after analysis of developmental stages of learners. II.1.4: Students will distinguish between effective and ineffective methodologies and teaching strategies and traits in various educational settings. II.1.5: Students will analyze ways in which a teacher’s personality impacts instructional style and interaction. II.1.6: Students will defend effective teaching methodologies and strategies. II.1.7: Students will evaluate components of effective classroom climate, management, and discipline. II.1.8: Students will incorporate various technologies in the planning of effective instruction and demonstrate its application. II.1.9: Students will evaluate various assessment techniques. II.1.10: Students will design and deliver an effective lesson for instructor and peer feedback that differentiates instruction to accommodate all learners. APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTION: THE INTERNSHIP WITH A COOPERATING TEACHER II.2.1: Students will implement developmentally appropriate learning activities for all learners in order to build confidence, knowledge and skills. II.2.2: Students will accommodate major physical, social, and personal challenges that can impede successful learning. II.2.3: Students will apply knowledge of learning styles, multiple intelligences, and Bloom’s Taxonomy, vii