Date of Award

Summer 2020

Degree Type

Open Access Master's Thesis

Degree Name

Teacher Education Internship Program (MA/Credential)

Program

School of Educational Studies

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2020KarlaCelesteTorresHernandez

Abstract

This ethnography follows my journey teaching kindergarten in the Ontario/Montclair neighborhood in San Bernardino. Its purpose is to understand the macro and micro levels of the community to inform my teaching practices and support my students and families. On a micro-level, I conducted case studies on three specific students. Data analysis of in-home interviews, personal interactions, and assessments allowed me to create action plans to best support these students’ academic, social, and emotional needs. On a macro level, I studied my students’ environments: community, school, and classroom. By analyzing whole class and individual student data and reflecting on my own development, I grew as a professional educator and became an effective and socially just teacher.

DOI

10.5642/cguetd/184

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