HUM185 My Own Funds of Knowledge

HUM185 My Own Funds of Knowledge
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(2) California Teacher Performance Expectations that apply to "Funds of Knowledge for Teaching: Using a Qualitative Approach to Connect Home and Classrooms" by Moll, Amanti, Neff, Gonzalez TPE 1.1 Apply knowledge of students, including their prior experiences, interests, and social-emotional learning needs, as well as their funds of knowledge and culture, languages, and socioeconomic backgrounds to engage them in learning TPE 1.2: Maintain ongoing communication with the students and families... TPE 1.3: Connect subject matter to real-life contexts and provide active learning experiences to engage student interest, support student motivation, and allow students to extend their learning. TPE 1.5: Promotes students' critical and creative thinking and analysis through activities that provide opportunities for inquiry, problem-solving, responding to and framing meaningful questions and reflection. TPE 2.2 Create learning environments (i.e. traditional, blended, and online) that promote productive students learning, encourage positive interactions among students, reflect the diversity and multiple perspectives, and are culturally responsive. TPE 4.4: Plan, design, implement and monitor instruction, making effective use of instructional time to maximize learning opportunities and provide access to the curriculum for all students by removing barriers and providing access through instructional strategies that include: - ... use developmentally, linguistically, and culturally appropriate learning activities, instructional materials, and resources for all students including the full range of English learners... -... opportunities for students to support each other in learning; and - use of community resources and services as applicable TPE 4. 6 Access resources for planning and instruction, including the expertise of community and school colleagues through in-person or virtual collaboration, co-teaching, coaching, and/or networking

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  • (1) Main Ideas of the Funds of Knowledge
  • (3) Funds of my Own Knowledge
  • (4) Funds Influencing Me as a Teacher
  • When teachers visit a student's home, it exposes his/her interest, influence, support system and knowledge outside the school's curriculum. More information can be gathered about the student than a parent-teacher conference, asking questions and sharing personal stories. Though visiting their home, the teacher can applied what she had observed and created a lesson that engages students to learn because it involves their interest. While still meeting standards.
  • 1) My Dad: Work hard and quick while being accurate 2) Nanny and dive lessons: learned how to manage multiple children 3) Santa Cruz: Getting outdoors for fresh air and exposure to different regions
  • Through my funds of knowledge, it will help aid me in being a teacher by disciplining myself to complete and prep for task. Through nannying children, I learned how to multitask to meet all their needs. Exposure to different environments allows me to expose students to what is out there in the world. Some may not have access to travel to new places. Plus, it teaches good health, exercise and getting outdoor for fresh air. 
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