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Wednesday, September 13

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    Marlborough - 56% avg Gr. 6 Language Arts Mark - http://alberta.compareschoolrankings.org/elementary/Marlborough_School/Calgary/Report_Card.aspx
    High School Drop Out Rate 27% of Alberta students do not finish Gr.12 as the end of their 12th year. 25% of Albertans. {rough school.jpg} http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/coalition+goes+school+dropout+rate/8516609/story.html
    {o-GIRL-HIJAB-570.jpg} InIn Japan High
    Passionate Eye - Children Full of Life - Teacher Toshiro Kanamori - {kanamori.jpg} https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armP8TfS9Is
    What can Ed learn from Arts on practice of Ed - http://www.ijea.org/v5n4/v5n4.pdf
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    specifications prescribed {o-GIRL-HIJAB-570.jpg} by supervisors
    Yet for many, especially for those in school administration, the managed and hyper-rationalized educational world that Fredrick Taylor envisioned became the methodological ideal needed to create effective and efficient schools (Callahan, 1962).
    It does not require a great leap of imagination or profound insight to recognize that the values and visions that have driven education during the first quarter of the 20th century are reappearing with a vengeance today. We look for “best methods” as if they were independent of context
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    High School Drop Out Rate 27% of Alberta students do not finish Gr.12 as the end of their 12th year. 25% of Albertans. {rough school.jpg} http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/coalition+goes+school+dropout+rate/8516609/story.html
    {o-GIRL-HIJAB-570.jpg} In Japan High School Drop Our rate is 4% and school takes much less of the national budget - http://japanese.about.com/od/japaneselessons/a/061000.htm
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    Kanamori - {kanamori.jpg} https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armP8TfS9Is
    What can Ed learn from Arts on practice of Ed - http://www.ijea.org/v5n4/v5n4.pdf
    In their vision of education students were raw material to be processed according to specifications prescribed by supervisors trained in Fredrick Taylor’s time and motion study (Callahan, 1962).
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  4. page B.Ed Interesting Stuff edited ... Patrick Airlie - 55% avg Gr. 6 Langage Arts Mark - http://alberta.compareschoolrankings.org/el…
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    Patrick Airlie - 55% avg Gr. 6 Langage Arts Mark - http://alberta.compareschoolrankings.org/elementary/Patrick_Airlie_School/Calgary/Report_Card.aspx
    Marlborough - 56% avg Gr. 6 Language Arts Mark - http://alberta.compareschoolrankings.org/elementary/Marlborough_School/Calgary/Report_Card.aspx
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    of Albertans. http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/coalition+goes+school+dropout+rate/8516609/story.html{rough school.jpg} http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/coalition+goes+school+dropout+rate/8516609/story.html
    {o-GIRL-HIJAB-570.jpg} In Japan High School Drop Our rate is 4% and school takes much less of the national budget - http://japanese.about.com/od/japaneselessons/a/061000.htm
    Passionate Eye - Children Full of Life - Teacher Toshiro Kanamori - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armP8TfS9Is
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    Marlborough - 56% avg Gr. 6 Language Arts Mark - http://alberta.compareschoolrankings.org/elementary/Marlborough_School/Calgary/Report_Card.aspx
    High School Drop Out Rate 27% of Alberta students do not finish Gr.12 as the end of their 12th year. 25% of Albertans. http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/coalition+goes+school+dropout+rate/8516609/story.html
    In{o-GIRL-HIJAB-570.jpg} In Japan High
    Passionate Eye - Children Full of Life - Teacher Toshiro Kanamori - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armP8TfS9Is
    What can Ed learn from Arts on practice of Ed - http://www.ijea.org/v5n4/v5n4.pdf
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    Yet for many, especially for those in school administration, the managed and hyper-rationalized educational world that Fredrick Taylor envisioned became the methodological ideal needed to create effective and efficient schools (Callahan, 1962).
    It does not require a great leap of imagination or profound insight to recognize that the values and visions that have driven education during the first quarter of the 20th century are reappearing with a vengeance today. We look for “best methods” as if they were independent of context
    How do we teach with a consciousness of the different cultures represented in our classroom?
    Gay had some amazing insights in Cory's class. {Don'tLoseIt8WaysToTakeCareVoice_18.jpg}
    Voice and Teachers' Voices (
    Why do Gr. 1 teacher's voice's change??)
    Taking care of your voice
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-j-pitman-md/teachers-vocal-health_b_933333.html
    teachers have the highest vocal demands of any profession
    58% will develop a vocal disorder at some point in time (20% in general population)
    Spreading out the vocal demands throughout the day by using quiet work time or group assignments.
    http://www.teachmag.com/archives/9276
    Good Vocal Hygiene
    Rest it during recess and lunch, in the evening, and on weekends
    Use a personal portable amplifier
    Have students play games while you rest your voice
    Hydrate regularly
    https://multiplepathways.info/2012/08/19/tone-of-voice-matters-in-surprising-ways/
    disappointed voice / teacher voice / better is people voice
    https://www.neamb.com/insurance/5-ways-to-protect-your-voice-in-the-classroom.htm
    Get steamy. Using a humidifier at night, or a personal steamer in the classroom, can be very helpful, especially if you live in a dry climate. “The winter months can be particularly drying,” suggests Pitman. Not only is the air dry and cold but most classrooms also have radiator heat, which is even more drying.
    Take vocal naps. Try to rest your voice in 15-minute increments a few times throughout the day. Use a bell (instead of your voice) to get students’ attention. And let your students do the talking with group exercises and student discussion. Even better, consider using a voice amplification system, particularly if you’re routinely forced to raise your voice in class.
    https://www.smartclassroommanagement.com/2011/10/01/speaking-softly-is-an-effective-classroom-management-strategy/
    Speaking softly is effective as a classroom management technique

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Thursday, July 20

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    Welcome to class! (Welly, Jose, Maher, Hayat, Gloria, Atsede, Yafang)
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    long weekend {rocky.jpg}
    August 1 - NO CLASS!
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    Atsede; Maher 7:30pm
    July 25 (Tuesday) - Interviews - 6:00pm Welly; 6:45 Gloria; Yafang 7:30pm; 8:15 Maher
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    OF CLASS TOGETHERTOGETHER. "Eye of the Tiger"
    July 18 (Tuesday) - Work on Speech
    July 13 (Thursday) - "I'm a Rich Man"
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