Reflection Due In 14 Hours

This is a reflection.. I am attaching chapters from the book and some assignments to help know what we did throughout the course.. due in 14 hours


End of Course Reflection

Take a few minutes to reflect on your experiences, in this course. Create a six-to-nine PowerPoint presentation for this reflection. Feel free to use the following digital tools to create a creative reflection:

What words come to mind? Select five-to-six words that relate to learning theories, implications of social and environmental factors on learning, interactions of development and learning, teaching strategies for accommodating diverse learners, and the relationship of measurement, assessment, and evaluation in the teaching-learning process. For each selected word, provide a visual representation along with a summary of how the word defines the class experience for you. In your final slide, provide a brief paragraph how will the knowledge gained support you as a future educator.


Required Resources

Required Text

  1. LeFrançois, G. R. (2018). Psychology for teaching (2nd ed.). Retrieved from
    1. Chapter 9: Managing the Classroom
    2. Chapter 10: Assessing Progress and Achievement


  1. Alvarado, B. (2017, July 21). Texas school district to being paddling as punishment (Links to an external site.)USA Today. Retrieved from
  2. Layton, J. (2017, Jan 18). Corporal punishment continues in U.S. schools, despite its ineffectiveness (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from


  1. EngageNY (2018, March 18). Teacher interviews – Six Common Core shifts professional development (Links to an external site.) [Video]. Retrieved from
  2. WeAreTeachers. (2012, November 14th). How the common core is changing assessment. (Links to an external site.) [Video file]. Retrieved from


  1. Common Core State Standards Initiative. (2012). Frequently asked questions (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from
  2. Lyons, K. (2010). How to write a literature reviewPreview the document. Retrieved from
  3. O’Neill, J., Levant, R., Watts, R., Smiler, A., Addis, M., & Wester, S. (n.d.). Literature review guidelinesPreview the documentAmerican Psychological Association. Retrieved from
  4. The Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. (2012). Learn how to write a review of literaturePreview the document. Retrieved from
  5. University of California Santa Cruz. (n.d.). Write a literature reviewPreview the document. Retrieved from
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