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CS: Carol Brown

by: Micah Haji-Sheikh

CS: Carol Brown EDU 202-2001

Micah Haji-Sheikh

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Notes about the Carol Brown case study.
Introduction to Secondary Education
Robert Shkorupa
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inclusion, Teaching, mainstreaming, theft
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Micah Haji-Sheikh on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDU 202-2001 at College of Southern Nevada taught by Robert Shkorupa in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Secondary Education in Education at College of Southern Nevada.

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Date Created: 09/11/16
  “A teacher, after socially integrating a diverse class, sees her efforts threatened when a child’s pencil case  disappears and is thought to have been stolen.”    Carol Brown​: Teacher, with years of experience  John Casey​: Student missing his pencil case.    Carol notices a pattern of her students accusing each other of theft. The pencil case  was commonly shared by all the students. Carol’s class was comprised of 15 girls and 9 boys.  Eight of those kids were from economically disadvantaged homes. Some students were  dropped off in mercedes, while others were bused from lower class homes.    Carol worked relentlessly to help her students have as many shared classroom  experiences as possible. She made cooperative learning groups (of only 3 or 4 kids per group),  and switched them up every two weeks.    She created learning stations (“center time”) only a handful of children could be at at  one time. Kids drew straws in order to decide who goes to what station, and they had center  time twice a day. By thanksgiving, Carol’s classroom was thriving.     Carol addresses her class about the stolen pencil case the next morning during circle  time. The kids immediately establish that if you steal something, you go to jail.    Carol asks what would happen if we all just took whatever we wanted, whenever we  pleased? She lectures for a moment on trust, but doubts the kids really understand. John asks  who took his case, and Carol realizes the issue was still unresolve​d. 


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