Presentation on theme: "Exit Ticket Due today by 6:30pm Two items that caught my attention in the Gándara & Rumberger 2003 article about ELLs are the following: (1) their section."— Presentation transcript:
Exit Ticket Due today by 6:30pm Two items that caught my attention in the Gándara & Rumberger 2003 article about ELLs are the following: (1) their section referring to Intense segregation into schools and classrooms that place them at particularly high risk for educational failure and (2) their question of What can and should be done to address these inequities? Focusing on these two areas, please answer these questions before 6:30pm today via email or paper: Does intense segregation of English Learners still happen today? If so, provide an anecdotal example. Looking at the authors suggestions for what can be done to address inequities, how do they connect with teacher quality?
Draw someone working in a STEM career Please take the next 10 minutes drawing someone whom you feel represents working in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Math career. Be prepared to share with either another person or with the class about your drawing 10 minutes from now…
10 minutes are up... After sharing your drawing to the class, consider these questions: How is this connected to the Cassie Brown case study? How is this connected to DAST studies?
References on the DAST test Chambers, D. (1983). Stereotypic images of the scientist: The Draw-A-Scientist Test. Science Education 7(2), 255-265. Mason, C. L., Kahle, J. B., & Gardner, A. L. (1991). Draw-a-scientist test: Future implications. School Science and Mathematics 91(5), 193–198. Matthews, Brian (1996). Drawing scientists. Gender & Education 8(2), 231–244.
Media and the notion of American Masculinity The following trailer is from the film Tough Guise: Violence, Media & the Crisis in Masculinity and can be found at http://www.mediaed.org/cgi- bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=211. Consider the following:http://www.mediaed.org/cgi- bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=211 How does this film, produced in 1999, compare with the media violence and masculinity of today? How does this film connect to the Justin Healy case study?