SEDTL in Content Areas
Over the past 4 years, faculty members at San Jose State University have worked with the CRTWC to integrate SEDTL into courses that are taught as part of the Multiple Subject Elementary Education Teacher Preparation Program. This integration includes revised course syllabi, readings, activities, assignments, and assessments. The information listed below reflects samples of how SEDTL is now integrated into the select content areas at San Jose State University.
- Jennings, P. (2015). Mindfulness for Teachers: Simple Skills for Peace and Productivity in the Classroom. Norton Series on the Social Neuroscience of Education. ISBN 978-0-393-70807-3
- SJSU Syllabus for EDTE 260: Critical Perspectives on Schooling for a Pluralist Democracy
- SJSU Assignment for EDTE 246: Student Case Study Project Guidelines
- Rabin, C. (2014). Don’t Throw the Rocks!: Cultivating Care With a Pedagogy Called Rocks-in-the-Basket. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. Volume 28, no. 2, pp. 145-161.
- Rabin, C. & Smith, G. (2013). Teaching care ethics: conceptual understandings and stories for learning. Journal of Moral Education. DOI:10.1080/03057240.2013.785942
- Cowhey, Mary. 2006. Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades. Portland, ME: Stenhouse
- MindUp, a product of The Hawn Foundation https://mindup.org/
- Mindful Schools http://www.mindfulschools.org/
- SJSU Syllabus for EDEL 108A: Language and Literacy in Culturally Diverse Classrooms
- Guide to the key points for Opening Minds: Using language to change lives by Peter Johnston
- Peter Johnston Feedback Chart
- Dresser, (2012). Reviving oral reading practices with English language learners by integrating social-emotional learning. Multicultural Education 20 (1)
- Dresser, R. & Assato, J. (2013). Coaching, not correcting: An alternative model for minority students. Multicultural Education 22 (1) 46-50.
- Dresser, R. (2013). Paradigm shift in education: Weaving social-emotional learning into language and literacy instruction. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 4: Iss. 1, Article 2. Retrieved from: http://digitalcommons.nl.edu/ie/vol4/iss1/2
- Swanson, P. (2013). Overcoming the run response: Strategies that foster self-awareness, help regulate emotions, and encourage problem-solving perseverance can turn mathematical fight or flight into re-engagement. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 19(2).
- Swanson, P. (2015). Toy Stories: Modeling Rates. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. September 2015, Vol. 22, Issue 2.
- Medoff, L. (2013). Getting Beyond “I Hate Math!”: Put yourselves in the shoes of students who struggle with math and choose the strongest supports. Educational Leadership 71(1).
- SJSU Syllabus for EDEL 108C: Social Studies Seminar