Cultural Observation & Hidden Curriculum

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Cultural Observation & Hidden Curriculum

Where: Bicentennial North Resource ClassroomThis is a learning environment because a school is the essence of learning.

Cultural Observation & Hidden Curriculum

Support for Culture:1. My students always come in with a smiling face.2. I have been told that my room is a warm and welcoming space.3. They students were excited to hang up their work that they had completed the previous week in my class.

3. Some students handed in more than the one paper I asked for. I like that they want to show off.

Hidden Curriculum:The hidden curriculum in this observation is the building of my students' self esteem. If they are able to be proud of their work, then they can be proud of themselves. It also helps them learn to look at the bright side of things rather than the down side.

Culture: The culture of this environment was a supportive classroom. It is a small class of 6th and 7th grade students recieving special education services. As their teacher, I try to provide a supportive, fun and engaging environment. One way I build that closeness is through my brag board, where the students can display work that they are proud of.

When: August 29, 2016 from 8:45 am to 9:15 am

The hidden curriculum is present because:1. The majority of the students were smiling, which indicates happiness. That happiness was most likely due to pride in their work.

3. There is research that shows a link between self esteem and showcasing student work. This is why almost every classroom has a bulletin board.



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