Field Experiment

Clinical Field Experience A: Student Development

Teachers are cognizant of how students grow and develop. They recognize that patterns of learning and development vary individually within and across the cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical areas. Therefore, teachers need to be able to design and implement developmentally appropriate and challenging learning experiences that are flexible to address these differences. Teachers regularly assess individual and group performance to design and adjust instruction to meet students’ needs in each area of development (cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical) and scaffold instruction of their next level of development.

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Allocate at least 3 hours in the field to support this field experience.

Part 1: Small Group Literacy Skills Lesson Plan

With a certified special education teacher in an early childhood elementary (Grades K-3) inclusive setting, identify a small group of students who would benefit from a lesson plan reinforcing a literacy skill previously taught to them. Use the prompts below to help guide a discussion with the mentor teacher about each student’s development.

What criteria does the mentor teacher use to assess the students’ literacy skill development and abilities?
How does the mentor teacher assess individual and group progress?
How does the mentor teacher modify instruction to meet student needs?
What are examples of developmentally-appropriate learning experiences the mentor teacher has used to develop students’ literacy skills?
Collaborate with the mentor teacher to design a complete standard- the based lesson that meets the needs of the identified students, using the “COE Lesson Plan Template.” (Note: The literacy skills lesson will be implemented as part of “Clinical Field Experience B.”)
Use any remaining field experience hours to assist the teacher in providing instruction and support to the class.

Part 2: Rationale

In 250-500 words, summarize and reflect upon your discussion with your mentor teacher, as well as your observations of and participation in the classroom. Discuss the small group literacy skills lesson plan you and your mentor developed, as well as the needs of the students for whom you designed the lesson. Be sure to explain how you will use your findings in your future professional practice.
This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

***The exception to doing the actual field experience for this assignment is as follows:
What I would suggest is that you look at the topic of the field experience and find an activity that meets the criteria of the topic without having to do the specific hours in the field. For example this assignment states:
“Part 1: Small Group Literacy Skills Lesson Plan

With a certified special education teacher in an early childhood elementary (Grades K-3) inclusive setting, identify a small group of students who would benefit from a lesson plan reinforcing a literacy skill previously taught to them. Use the prompts below to help guide a discussion with the mentor teacher about each student’s development.

What criteria does the mentor teacher use to assess the students’ literacy skill development and abilities?
How does the mentor teacher assess individual and group progress?
How does the mentor teacher modify instruction to meet student needs?
What are examples of developmentally-appropriate learning experiences the mentor teacher has used to develop students’ literacy skills?
Collaborate with the mentor teacher to design a complete standard- a based lesson that meets the needs of the identified students, using the “COE Lesson Plan Template.” (Note: The literacy skills lesson will be implemented as part of “Clinical Field Experience B.”)”
For this experience modifications could include:
1- Speaking to an elementary school teacher via phone or Google Meet and discussing the topic with them and then answering the questions.

2- If you are in the field of special education, reflecting back on your past experiences and answering them yourself.

3- Finding a video or reading on the topic and reflecting on that experience.

4- If you have access to other programs that might have special education students such as a daycare, YMCA, Camp, etc. you can use that program to find a similar experience and reflect on it.

5- Other opportunities that provide for an opportunity to reflect on a similar or the same literacy skills topic.

Please note the key to alternative experiences is that they must still respond to the appropriate areas of the grading rubric. So it is always a good practice to read the rubric and know exactly what I will be grading on before you complete the experience. For more information on Field Experiment check on this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Field_experiment

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