Colette always displays her love of teaching during class. She is patient when helping her students, especially when they are struggling with a difficult task. She can always be seen working with students who need additional support, whether it be with their academics or their organizational skills before and after school. She goes above and beyond of what is expected until her students are able to understand and apply concepts that they are learning.
However, the teacher said that they will repeat all seven days of the week during reading activity. Beatty and Pratt found that music which we love and choose usually has an emotional affection for us. They stated that brain, with neural connections, can easier remember different things
My performance throughout clinical setting was under my standards as always. As a nursing student, my standards are very high. At the clinical setting, the nursing student was shy at first, however throughout the day the nursing student started to grow out of the shyness. The nursing student did however engage in all the activities possible throughout the day. The nursing student, was able to complete a venipuncture on the first try by herself.
She also noticed that Mary was having quite a bit of trouble with reading at her level. She is a third grade student and is only at that of a student ending first grade and beginning a second grade level of reading. In addition, to the reading, Mary is only at the instructional level of a student in the middle of first grade after a curriculum based assessment was performed. An observation was also conducted and found that Mary does well with Math and will stay on task more when there is not much reading and also works well in group assignments. When she observed reading, she was out of her seat within 10 mins and became disruptive.
As a teacher, especially the one teaching children, being flexible is a must. I liked sticking to plans because that made me comfortable. However, children are too energetic and emotional. Unexpected incidents occurred oftenly during classes. Some children cried suddenly during classes and some students had aggressive body contacts with others.
I worked with all the color groups and spent time in both the art and science classes, so I’m flexible and open to working with any class or age group. Also, I always try to bring positivity, and enthusiasm whenever I work with children. Though working with kids can be lovely and great fun, I’m quite aware of the importance of putting safety first. Through my experience, I have become patient, understanding, and learned how to talk and treat kids to get them to cooperate when they’re in a negative mood or refusing to listen. But, one of the best aspects I find working with children is forming bonds and friendships and I put forth an effort to be a comforting friend, but also conscious to serve as a good role model to the children I’m
There is no doubt that Mrs. Valenzuela is the most kind hearted teacher in the school, her lovingness toward her students was outstanding. And how she loved her students as if we were her kids. And Mrs. Ebert was a dedicated teacher who puts a lot of time into lesson planning. And lastly to my dedication part to my teachers, i would like to say a humongous thanks to Mrs. Masterson, Mrs. Leonard, and Mrs. Loy. My sixth-grade teachers have been the most amazing teachers in the world; they show every aspect of excellent teachers.
Engagement 50/50 Explanation of Engagement: This score refers to my efforts that I put in and the success that I had engaging with the student. It is very important, in a one on one, for the student to feel as though the teacher that they are with actually cares about what they are doing. Explanation of My Grade: No matter what the situation was or how bad my day was going, or how bad it seemed like my week was going to be, I was proud of myself and my commitment to fully engaging with the students. It was incredibly rewarding to stay engaged with them.
Students seemed eager to learn and responsive to the teacher’s directions. Mrs. A demonstrated great classroom control both times I was in her classroom. She had a great rapport with the students and because of this relationship the students respected her. Her lessons were very engaging.
Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
The book One Child by Torey Hayden was an excellent story told by a truly compassionate and caring educator. You could tell as you were reading the book that Torey had a heart for special education and emotionally disturbed children. She established her credibility from the beginning and kept me engaged in the story and locked on the story of Sheila’s life and educational journey. This story changed my views on the challenges of special education and melted the stereotypes that educators sometimes accuse special educators of proving them to be true.
She insisted that being very organized is key to having a good classroom experience. She also mentioned to make sure to remain emotionally stable during class time, because the students feed on how their teachers feel, and will react to it. –“So to have a good day, show up happy, leave your personal worries at home because they will take the opportunity to push your buttons.” During the time I observed Ms. Linfield teach her students, she definitely gave out the feeling of self-assurance.
This allowed her fantastic bonds within the community and she was very well respected; however, our new superintendent has done a fantastic job in filling her shoes. He realizes how important both schools history is to the community members and incorporates it whenever he can. He is also very big on hiring community members, which makes the bond between our school and community even stronger. The kids in our school get so excited when they or their parents know their teacher outside of