Demonstration of Kansas Music Teacher Standards
Entry 2) Contextual Factors Entry 3) Teaching Unit Entry 4) Learning Environment Entry 5) Evaluations Entry 6) Logs
Entry #2 : Contextual Factors and Student Learning Adaptations
Total Number of Students in the Schoo ______________
School Socio-Economic Profile (i.e., % free and reduced lunches) ______________
Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 Grade level /Subject Taught Number of Students in Classroom
(List the number of students identified in each class you teach and identify the class in which you are teaching your unit)
Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 Student Learning Adaptations:
(Describe at least one example of a strategy to provide equitable opportunities, accommodations, or modifications you attempted for any student identified within each contextual factor)
Gender Number of Females: Number of Males: Ethnic/Cultural Make-up Caucasian/White: African America/Black: Hispannic/Latino: Asian/Pacific Islander: American Indian/Alaskan Native: Language Proficiency Number of English Language Learners (ELL): Academic Performance # of Students Performing Below Grade Level: # of Students Performing Above Grade Level: Students with Special Needs Learning Disabled: Emotionally or Behaviorally Impaired: Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD): Developmentally Disabled/Mental Retardation: Speech and Language Disorder: Autism/PDD/Asperger Syndrome: Gifted and Talented: Blind or Visually Impaired (VI) Deaf or Hearing Impaired (HI): Physically Disabled: Other Health Impaired:
Student Characteristics: Describe developmental characteristics of students in your classroom (Cognitive, Physical, Emotional, Social).
Highlight the background, prior knowledge, and interests of students in your classroom.
Environmental Considerations: Describe district/school/classroom environmental considerations impacting the quality of education for all of your students.
Describe community and family environmental considerations impacting the quality of education for all of your students.
Instructional Strategies Appropriate for Student Characteristics and Environmental Considerations: Based on the student characteristics and environmental considerations you noted above, describe the instructional strategies you use to enhance the learning of your students.
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