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You may wish to include your agreements or disagreements with statements made or research presented in the article, and/or connections to professional or personal experiences.part 2: respond to this scenario: describe a time when you witnessed or personally included resources/activities that were not culturally relevant or inclusive.

Part 1: In at least 5 sentences, post your response and reaction to Aligning Culturally Responsive and Trauma-Informed Pedagogies in Elementary General Music by McEvoy and Salvador (2020). You may wish to include your agreements or disagreements with statements made or research presented in the article, and/or connections to professional or personal experiences.Part 2: Respond to this scenario: Describe a time when you witnessed or personally included resources/activities that were NOT culturally relevant or inclusive. Then follow-up with how you would (or did) change/replace the resources and/or activities to be more culturally relevant, inclusive, and appropriate. If you have not yet witnessed a scenario or had personal teaching experiences, you can describe a hypothetical situation and how you anticipate your response.

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Identify which resources you would use to create this curriculum, what steps you would take as you develop your curriculum, and provide an outline of what your curriculum would look like.

Part 1: Share and review your article of choice from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). You may summarize key points presented in the article or defend/argue the author(s) point of view. Reviews should be a minimum of 5-7 sentences and include an APA citation of the article for reference and resource sharing.Part 2: Respond to the following scenario: You enter a new job and your administrations asks you to create a music education curriculum that centers around early childhood development, ages 3-7 years, without any resources or data for prior curricula. Identify which resources you would use to create this curriculum, what steps you would take as you develop your curriculum, and provide an outline of what your curriculum would look like.

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See attached details of my research. the sections i need are 2000 words on metho

See attached details of my research. The sections I need are 2000 words on Methodology see attached for outline and 2000 words on data analysis again see attached for details.

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Teacher awareness of assumptions, values, and biases2.

1. Writing PromptWrite a brief (200-300 words, 2 paragraphs) reflection on the following prompt.When planning a lesson, what questions could/do you ask yourself as a teacher that help you explore the characteristics of cultural competence from Lind and McKoy? Please share at least one question per category, and how each question will help you explore deeper cultural competence in your classroom. As in, in what ways do these questions help you reflect specifically and intentionally?1. Teacher awareness of assumptions, values, and biases2. Understanding the worldview of culturally different learners, and3. Developing appropriate instructional strategies and techniques.Teaching Practice Strategy: Choose one of the categories shared in the Instruction “Watch” section (socially and culturally mediated, trauma-informed, supporting varying abilities, EL learners, differentiated teaching, or multi-modal teaching). Create or share 1 strategy that will support learners in this category.

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Assets surveygoal: create a short survey of questions for your students and parents/families to get to know their preferences, music likes, what they are watching, playing and enjoying, to learn more about their lived experiences, cultures and backgrounds, and ideas for your class.step one: create survey questions that activate meaningful conversations with students and/or their families, from an assets and positive perspective (due this week).2.

This assignment has two parts:1. Assets SurveyGoal: Create a short survey of questions for your students and parents/families to get to know their preferences, music likes, what they are watching, playing and enjoying, to learn more about their lived experiences, cultures and backgrounds, and ideas for your class.Step One: Create survey questions that activate meaningful conversations with students and/or their families, from an assets and positive perspective (Due this week).2. Lesson Plan DraftGoal: To create a lesson plan through the Culturally Responsive/Relevant lens.Instructions: After reading about Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy this week, please create a lesson plan that you think embodies some of the tenants you read about. You are also welcomed to use a lesson plan you have already taught, if you felt that it had any of the approaches you read about.Over the next few weeks, we are going to be doing two processes with this lesson plan. (1) We will create a CRP lesson plan template (2) We will work to gradually improve the initial lesson plan through the lens of CRP and Equity-centered Pedagogy.

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After reading hammond, explore the project zero visible thinking routines toolbo

After reading Hammond, explore the Project Zero Visible Thinking Routines Toolbox and choose a routine that you could integrate into the “chew” part of a music lesson based upon Hammondʼs four macro level instructional strategies: Ignite, Chunk, Chew and Review.
According to Project Zero, “A thinking routine is a set of questions or a brief sequence of steps used to scaffold and support student thinking.” You can filter by “Subject” to locate Visible Thinking Routines that lend themself to Music. Explain how you would integrate this visible routine into one of your music lessons to support student thinking.http://www.pz.harvard.edu/thinking-routines

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After reading this weekʼs assignments, post a discussion detailing the criteria you used to select a piece of music “with integrity.”

after reading this weekʼs assignments, post a discussion detailing the criteria you used to select a piece of music “with integrity.” Be sure to reference the Abril (2006) article to show that you have analyzed the piece of music through the lens of cultural validity, bias and practicality.

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How would you define this concept in your own words?

This discussion post has two segments:1. Writing PromptWrite a brief (200-300 words, 2 paragraphs) reflection on the following prompt.Consider the “banking method” that Paulo Freire refers to. How would you define this concept in your own words? In what ways do we see the “banking method” being used by teachers in the music classroom? Reflecting even further, how have you or might you use the banking method at times?2. Reflexive Questioning and Teaching Strategies:In exploring the various frames and concepts in the Content and Curriculum component of Equity-centered Pedagogy (“Watch” section), please share the following through an equity-centered lens:Reflexive Question: Develop 1 question that you can use to reflect on when thinking through your content and/or curriculum in lesson planning.
Teaching Practice Strategy: Create or share 1 strategy that supports you in deciding on content through an equity-centered and due diligence lens.

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How would you contribute to the discussion?

Choose three (3) of the four (4) topics below and thoughtfully respond in 500 words for each. Your work must be supported by citing your set text and a minimum of two additional scholarly sources.

• Use APA 7th edition to cite in-text as well as your reference list at the end of your assessment response.
• Save and submit your assessment as a Word.doc or docx with your name and student ID number in the file name (Sally Brown_71245667).
• The total word count is 1500 words (+/- 10%). This includes all text (headings, in-text citations, captions and direct quotes). It excludes the Reference List.
• Make sure that you view your Turnitin report.
Topic 1.
Explain the following concepts in relation to a specific age group (Early childhood, Primary, or Secondary). For each concept, provide one implication for effective classroom teaching with a specific example of how this would look in your classroom.
• working memory
• encoding of information into long-term memory
• strategy knowledge and use
• cognitive flexibility
Topic 2.
Teachers are having a discussion in the staffroom. Stephanie says all children are creative, while Melanie disagrees, saying that finding an exceptionally creative person such as world-famous Van Gogh or Mozart is rare, particularly at school. How would you contribute to the discussion? Reference sources of your response and include ideas for supporting creativity in your classroom.
Topic 3.
According to Bandura, what shapes self-efficacy? Explain three practical ways a teacher can build positive self-perceptions in their students – what a teacher would do and why. How might one of these strategies vary in different cultures? How might you involve parents/carers? Focus on, and state, the age group you plan to teach.Marking Criteria:
• Comprehensive, accurate and clear explanations of the key aspects of the chosen topics, supported by scholarly sources (21 marks)
• Detailed, clearly explained, evidence-based, developmentally appropriate examples of strategies or implications (21 marks)
• Transcriptional elements of writing (8 marks)
• Academic Integrity (no marks)
Please read the rubric carefully to learn how your assessment will be marked.

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If you have not yet witnessed a scenario or had personal teaching experiences, you can describe a hypothetical situation and how you anticipate your response.

Part 1: In at least 5 sentences, post your response and reaction to Aligning Culturally Responsive and Trauma-Informed Pedagogies in Elementary General Music by McEvoy and Salvador (2020). You may wish to include your agreements or disagreements with statements made or research presented in the article, and/or connections to professional or personal experiences.Part 2: Respond to this scenario: Describe a time when you witnessed or personally included resources/activities that were NOT culturally relevant or inclusive. Then follow-up with how you would (or did) change/replace the resources and/or activities to be more culturally relevant, inclusive, and appropriate. If you have not yet witnessed a scenario or had personal teaching experiences, you can describe a hypothetical situation and how you anticipate your response.