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Journaling

Journal entries – should include your observations about course content and your reflections about how course content relates to the teaching/learning process for students with disabilities. For those of you who have teaching experience, reflection will involve you making connections between your teaching experience and course content/theory. For those of you without teaching experience, include your thoughts about how you think course content likely plays out in the classroom. You may also be able to make connections based on your experience as a parent, an aunt/uncle, or an older sibling. Sometimes the best reflections include good questions that will help you stay focused on making those important connections between theory and practice (e.g., “I wonder … “). Your journal should be written in one document using 12 pt. font, Times New Roman or similar-sized font, with 1-inch margins.

 

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