4a – After the delivering lessons, Miss Hannan assessed the instructional session and provided suggestions to improve upcoming lessons. 4b – Miss Hannan collaborated with the cooperating teacher for an efficient and effective process of recording and maintaining accurate assessment for each student. 4c – Miss Hannan described that parents and teachers are “ultimate teammates” in a student’s education. She kept parents informed by a weekly newsletter that was written by students. Understanding that parents need to be made aware of their child’s progress, Miss Hannan communicated positive and areas of challenges by sending notes and emails to parents.
He allows the class to lead the discussion that empowered them to become involved in the learning process. The classroom was extremely respectful of other student’s opinions and even when they disagreed were able to reach an agreement. Questions were accepted and carefully considered in his classroom. The overall experience in his classroom is extremely positive. He promotes a positive learning experience and includes all of the students.
Ever since I met Isaiah he had a strong drive for his academics. When we started high school, he enrolled in classes that were for sophomores and by junior year he was enrolled in two Advanced Placement classes. He had been sucked into the system and developed a fear that Eve repeated numerously. The school systems had ingrained in them, “If I quit something, I will consider myself a failure, and I really
It has instilled discipline, respect, and honesty in today 's, yesterday 's, and tomorrow 's youth. From my personal experience I have felt welcome and felt encouraged to be a better person than I ever thought possible. As have the past, present, and future cadets. The goals are the most simple yet the most complex in any one of my classes! The program has made me, along with countless others, very proud to be in it.
After listening to our guest speaker in class today and meeting with the preferred counselor, I have realized the many opportunities this program has to offer. After attending the first half of the semester in Professor Bob Urell’s accounting class, I have now considered accounting as a career interest. I believe that I am doing well in his class and will love to participate in this program. And surely feel like I will excel in this program. When I first registered at IVC back in 2013, I was still stuck in my high school persona about school as a whole and after placing in low remedial classes I became demotivated to progress.
Who is John Carver you may ask? Well for starters Mr.Carver is a U.S history teacher who served in both cold wars, was also in theater before becoming the teacher he is today.John Carver a 8th grade U.S History Teacher at Frontier middle school. I interviewed Mr.Carver with joy and pride to be interviewing the teacher I really looked up to as an eighth grader because he always pushed me to try my hardest. Mr.Carver was in the military he looks at teaching middle school the same way as being in the military “ you figure out the best way to execute it and when I 'm teaching I 'm told what I have to teach and how to teach it.” Mr. Carver looks at teaching in the eyes of being in the military, Carver loves what he does he is proud of his
This trip specifically focuses on youth education and Native American issues. Essentially, my team members are helping out in the classrooms (TAing in a way) and also trying to be a role model for the students by pushing the importance of education and college. A lot of these kids only know this community and many of the elders and their parents do not have a college education, so they do not understand the importance of education. It is hard to see if we are making an impact in such a short amount of time, and I know my 15 other team members are incredibly sad to be leaving the schools. As soon as the kids saw us Monday morning, they were all over us in excitement!
it was because of this fire i had to be better that I reached out to teachers and mentors I felt I had in my corner wanting my success. The teacher that I had sought out most often was Ms. Scattergood, an English teacher whom I had never actually had, except for during the two-week transition program Sidwell offered to all new ninth graders. Ms. Scattergood helped me with my subpar organization skills and my lack of self-advocation in order to be able to get assignments turned in by their deadlines and schedule time to meet with teachers. After trying to change my study habits and staying more attentive in class, i learned which tendencies i needed to learn to get ahead and which ones i needed to leave behind. It 's these tendencies which i believe will let me enter college with the upper hand relative to my peers, because while others may have been successful in their schools, they may not have had to garner the skills to achieve said success at a higher level with less support, as i had to.
There is so much love to go around for everyone. All of the students are friends and there is no end to what they would do for each other. All the faculty and staff are nice and really care about the students. The community at Archbishop Mitty High School is something that they are recognized for. The academics are also something Archbishop Mitty High School is known for.
While volunteering you can tell that everyone there loves their job and enjoys every bit of developing the students. I am very grateful for Mrs. Pam introducing me to Hope Academy and giving me an amazing opportunity to work with those awesome children.
Introduction: The PUENTE Community College Program is an academic, counseling and mentoring program that provides support for students in building the skills necessary for success in both academics and career goals while attending community college. Students enrolled in the PUENTE program work closely with their Counselor, Instructors and Mentor to prepare them to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Counseling Assistant Major Work and Responsibilities During the course of my fieldwork I worked directly to the Co-Directors of the Puente Program at East Los Angeles College (ELAC) as their Counseling Assistant. Through my position I was able to assist the Puente Counselor by meeting with students in the program, primarily students
I observed at Homewood High School to satisfy my ECY 300 Field Experience requirement. I was able to observe students with exceptionalities in three service delivery options: a regular classroom practicing inclusion, a resource room, and a self-contained classroom for an Essential Skills class. I really enjoyed the time I spent with the students and my cooperating teacher. I will take many valuable lessons with me as I continue my pursuit of earning my undergraduate degree and a teaching certificate. I witnessed firsthand a variety of modifications that I can use to help my students with exceptionalities in my own classroom one day.
He became afraid of facing that burnout so earned his administration license so he could remain working in a school should the time come for him to leave the classroom. Interestingly, he was hired for the position of assistant principal in charge of special education not because of his sped teaching experience but because of the experience provided him by his two years performing manual labor. When he hires, Mr. Ludlow assumes the college or university has prepared the candidate to teach the content, whether special education or general education. So Mr. Ludlow looks beyond a candidate’s content-area knowledge base, seeking that varied experience and those people skills that allow teachers to build relationships with
One could see how everyone in the class had a lot of respect for you. Grandville Public school and Grand Rapids Community college has one of the best instructors of all times. Thank you for all your help and understanding you had given me throughout this course. It was much
Often times, when in a class filled with many characters, teachers look for the students putting in the effort. The matter of trying goes a long way until you’re in a room with students that have been putting in the same amount of effort or even more. My freshman year, I was put in a regulars English class where the teacher had praised me for being analytical and just simply putting in more effort in the class than the other students. The teacher told me that I was AP English material. Little did I know that many like me were scattered in other English classes that year.