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Psychology Advice for Teachers

Hi everyone! I found this great site with psychological tips for teachers to enhance learning for their students, from the American Psychological Association that will not disappoint: http://www.apa.org/ed/schools/cpse/top-twenty-principles.aspx. The link has categorized the top twenty principles into five quick areas of psychological functioning and the link can also direct you to a PDF that gives a full explanation.…See More
Apr 12, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Payton Douthett's discussion Case 35 in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Payton, I agree that there is only so much  we can do as teachers to prevent bullying. We absolutely need to teach our students about online etiquette and the long-term effects bullying can have on victims. We can also provide a safe,…"
Apr 7, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Emily Wellman's discussion Case 35 Web Post in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Emily, I like your point about bystanders stepping in. No one should feel alone and isolated, especially in this kind of circumstance! I feel like Ms. Wheeler could have done a better job of reaching out to Tanisha by letting her know that…"
Apr 7, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Holly McKinney's discussion Web Post, Case 35 in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Holly, I agree with you that bullying is a huge issue, and this case was not very helpful. Upon my own research I had trouble finding any real answers; it seems like the best thing we can do for our students is 1st to educate students of the…"
Apr 7, 2016
Tegan Brown added a discussion to the group CRN # 20713 Dew
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Case 35

In case 35 Ms. Wheeler asks a student, Tanisha, if a recent peer mediation has solved the bullying problem she and her friends have been having with two older girls on their volleyball team. Tanisha told Ms. Wheeler, “I guess” as long as the older girls keep their word to stop the bullying. Ms. Wheeler did a great job by following up with Tanisha after the peer mediation, but she could have told to be sure to report it if the bullying persists. Sometimes bullying can become worse when the…See More
Apr 7, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Kasey Helms's discussion Case #35 in the group Blue Flowers
"I hope #4 is ok, I am in the hospital with my daughter, but if you need anything else you can call me @ 941 544 4698."
Apr 6, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Kasey Helms's discussion Case #35 in the group Blue Flowers
"4. identify resources (e.g. myspace, facebook, cellphones, videos/dvds) that could be used to support lessons that deal with age. (topics may include early or middle childhood, adolescent development, drug use, anxiety, depression and suicide,…"
Apr 6, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Tegan Brown's discussion Question for USF Advisor in the group USF - SCF Interactive Advisory Session
"Greg, thank you so much for your time! This was very helpful! I appreciate the link, and the advise to speak to a psychology advisor when I know for sure where I want to start! Thank you again! -Tegan"
Apr 3, 2016
Greg O'Connor replied to Tegan Brown's discussion Question for USF Advisor in the group USF - SCF Interactive Advisory Session
"Hi Tegan, I'm Greg and I serve as an advisor to the USF Tampa College of Education. We do offer the chance to have dual majors and dual degrees. http://www.usf.edu/undergrad/academic-processes/double-major-and-dual-degrees.aspx  It…"
Apr 1, 2016
Tegan Brown posted a blog post

Question for USF Advisors Blog

            My name is Tegan Brown, and I will be graduating from SCF next semester with an AA degree. I intend on continuing my education until I have a PHD in cognitive Psychology. My goal is to be a professor at a university teaching aspiring teachers while conducting research on learning/teaching techniques. As of this semester I have fulfilled all of the prerequisites for entering an Education Program and a Psychology program. I hope to continue to go to college full-time until I earn my…See More
Mar 31, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Kasey Helms's discussion Case #34 in the group Blue Flowers
"Question 5 and two pics"
Mar 30, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Courtney Lancaster's discussion Case26 Web Post in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Courtney, I also had never heard of FERPA before this week. I worked in the medical field before I came to college, so I did figure their would be a similar privacy law for school, but I 'm glad I've learned more about it. If this…"
Mar 24, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Emily Wellman's discussion Cas 26 Web Post in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Emily, well said that "Thao deserves to be pre-prepared for situations that may affect his learning"! You also made a good point that each student is individual and as teachers we have to find what works best! Communication is key! The…"
Mar 24, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Arielle Teets's discussion Case 26 in the group CRN # 20713 Dew
"Hi Arielle, I agree with you that Mr. Leon should reach out to Thao's parents. Understanding is the first step of acceptance! I wanted to tell you that it's amazing you went to Ecuador for humanitarian work, what an inspiration! I love how…"
Mar 24, 2016
Tegan Brown added a discussion to the group CRN # 20713 Dew
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Case 26

In case 26, a student named Thao has been diagnosed with autism and has had an abrupt change in his school environment. Previously Thao was comfortable in his classroom with the use of a visual schedule, cue cards, breaks, and with the help of a paraprofessional. A sudden life-change can be overwhelming for anyone, but it is especially overwhelming for individuals with autism. Part way through the school year, Thao was placed in a classroom full of new peers, and within five minutes Thao was…See More
Mar 24, 2016
Tegan Brown replied to Kasey Helms's discussion Case #26 in the group Blue Flowers
"Two charts and two pics for classroom modifications PDF."
Mar 23, 2016

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Psychology Advice for Teachers

Hi everyone! I found this great site with psychological tips for teachers to enhance learning for their students, from the American Psychological Association that will not disappoint: http://www.apa.org/ed/schools/cpse/top-twenty-principles.aspx. The link has categorized the top twenty principles into five quick areas of psychological functioning and the link can also direct you to a PDF that gives a full…

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Posted on April 12, 2016 at 1:18am

Question for USF Advisors Blog

            My name is Tegan Brown, and I will be graduating from SCF next semester with an AA degree. I intend on continuing my education until I have a PHD in cognitive Psychology. My goal is to be a professor at a university teaching aspiring teachers while conducting research on learning/teaching techniques. As of this semester I have fulfilled all of the prerequisites for entering an Education Program and a Psychology program. I hope to continue to go to college full-time until I earn…

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