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Sonya Summey
Teacher help
Sat Jun 20, 2015 11:23
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I also liked this video and the idea that the student writes first and then the teacher. I would like to assume that the student chose the topic, but my main concern is that the student mostly just focused on what was in the picture and then the teacher added in her own words. I wonder if the teacher helping was broadening the student's perspective or putting words in the student's mouth. I could see this specific scenario being helpful or distracting for Kirsten.

  • Kristen Video - Rebecca McVey, Fri Jun 19 22:13
    In the video, Kristen, a sixteen year old student with ASD. She is using Microsoft Power Point to write about pictures of frogs presented in different environments. In her writing, she uses a lot of... more
    • Reply to Rebecca McVey - carsleymm, Sat Jun 20 12:10
      Rebecca, I had the same thoughts about Kristen's interests. Is she really into frogs or was that the teacher's choice? And I also agree about the teacher "modeling" for Kristen how to write a... more
    • Re: Kristen Video - hinesjd, Sat Jun 20 11:57
      Great thoughts. I really like what you had to say about this video, and I like how Allison made the connection to an earlier video. I think that is a great way to provide corrective feedback to... more
    • Teacher help - Sonya Summey, Sat Jun 20 11:23
    • Reply to Kristen Video - Allison Powers, Fri Jun 19 22:25
      The way she corrected after modeling reminds me of what Dr. Koppenhaver did in an earlier module. They had the students sign in, then said, "This is how you wrote (name). This is how I write (name)." ... more
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