From 8am to 4pm, we would lead 12 - 15 students through activities to learn about college, or just work on important skills such as writing, reading and research. I really enjoyed working the kids. Since they were in 7th and 8th grade, it was sometimes hard to remind them how important the work we were doing was, even if it was 9am on a Saturday morning. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed working with the program.
During my time at placement I was given the role of a Nursery Assistant; My duties were to plan and prepare activities for children, read stories, nappy change them, observe and make notes for use in their reports. I was also a key worker for one child, I had to monitor their progress and share information about their development with their parents and carers. The setting was a warm and welcoming environment, I found that all of the staff were very friendly and reassuring. The placement lasted for four weeks and I worked from Monday to Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM. On my first day I arrived at 10AM for my induction and was introduced by the manager of the setting to the other members of staff.
According to developmental psychology a person at any age is at a certain stage of cognitive, moral, psychosocial, and physical development. This development is measured by different types of thinking, mental capacity for tasks, physical strength, and reasoning for following rules. Development is easily seen in children. Naturalistic observation is the one of the easiest method to see these developments in children. This is the observation technique I used, while watching a five year old male at Kindercare Daycare at 3:30 on a Friday.
Ayleen Garcia 1 A/B Teacher: Ms. Zapata Where: Seabourn Elementary Time: 3 hours 8 minutes My observation purpose for this week was to observe and figure out the inclusion plan indicated for the classroom. A bilingual paraprofessional comes and visits the classroom and helps the bilingual children that are in need of more help than usual. She “ties the knot” on “low babies” who tend to fall faster behind than the other students. There is help for both the teacher and students when this person comes to their classroom usually from 11:15 A.M. to 12:00 P.M., which is usually a great help to Ms. Zapata, since the bilingual professional is like a teacher aid (which includes the student interns). The bilingual professional comes up with resources
many of us probably can not remember when there was no school lunch We grew up with it and accepted as part of the school every day, but there were times in the history of our nation when school meals were the exception rather than the rule However today's child nutrition programs are present in more than one hundred thousand schools across the nation if you live in Anchorage Alaska or Key West Florida school lunch is available for children What is even more surprising is that the rules and federal nutrition rules They are the same in each of these schools participating in the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program we will see the extraordinary story of how they started and child nutrition programs He grew in
It amazes me how willing everyone is to stop and help someone they barely know or to have a conversation with anyone. This makes each grade of about 40-60 students very close and fosters an environment that makes learning much more comfortable. During their high school prep class, students were asked if they felt comfortable raising their hand and asking questions in class. Every single student said that they were, which is something that is amazing and rare. The teachers at Waldron encourage this positive learning environment that is so crucial to student
This young man was ready to begin life as a middle school student. After a little research, I discovered Will had perfect attendance every day of kindergarten, first, third, fourth, and fifth grade. Randomly during second grade he missed 9 days of school. Sometime during second grade he was referred to the speech department for hearing and speech. He was identified in third grade as AIG in both math and reading.
Each year more than 1,300 kids go to the Milton Hershey school for education, career training, housing, clothing, meals, and health care. All of which are free. They accept kids of any religion as long as they are American citizens and their families are on low income. Unfortunately, the school gets more applications a year than they can accept. The students that attend the school lice in one of the 133 houses on campus with others their age.
Danny Saunders demonstrates smart, kindness, and religious as his personality develops throughout the story. During even the first few chapters Danny’s character begins to develop. As he progressively develops in the story we can see how well educated he actually is. He reads a lot and goes through a lot of schooling which shows through his actions which are not always proper but usually well thought out. In chapter 7 page 140 Danny displays how smart he is in this sentence “Danny repeated a short passage from the tractate Sanhedrin, and then his father quoted another passage from Yoma which contradicted the passage in Sanhedrin and Danny answered with a passage from Gittin which dissolved the contradiction.”(The Chosen, Chaim Potok) this shows how educated Danny is that he could quote and argue against a statement with father using the quotes.
In my hometown I worked as a tutor for elementary students. I taught first and second graders how to read and expanded their vocabulary words and introducing new ones to them. I enjoy working with children. I help my brothers with their homework and to help them have a better understanding on the concept they just