She divide them into four group of five. Students' backpacks and jackets were placed on the back their decks. She put ten pencils and ten eraser on each groups, two for each students. This method allowed Ms. Henriquez easy access to walk around the classroom while teaching without any interruptions. I noticed that she had a behavior chart with facial expressions on it.
She is very rude and disrespect. As you know due to the errors I have been working all day to correct the issue. As discussed with Donna I returned the paperwork to her for further verification. I stop in the office later this afternoon to check if there is more work to be done and Donna stated that she did not have the opportunity to view the information.
Thelaw has on several occasions made insulting comments in front of the class when Ms. Smartpants answered questions. See Id. at 671. The employee in Yurick stated that the Supervisors negative comments were not as bad as what he would normally say as opposed to Ms. Smartpants who has identified specific negative comments about her age and her inability to answer questions correctly in front of the class. See Id. at 672. Therefore, Mr. Thelaw’s behavior would likely be considered offensive.
She then turned around and stated to me in a loud aggressive voice “You think you can mess with me, you are messing with the wrong person, and I am going to show you”. I did not respond back to her. This is not the first time that Mia the unit clerk has disrespected
It was to a point where my coworker would take the blame for things so I would get yelled at less. My boss eventually saw this and fired her right on the spot and made me the new lead teacher of infants. This is currently where I am now and I make the room an happy, open environment for everyone to feel welcome. I don’t want anyone feeling the way I felt when she was lead.
When you first walk into the classroom you unknowingly familiarizing yourself with your environment, for example; you notice the low buzz of the air condition humming above you, the navy-blue standard school chair, cold to the touch from hours of vacancy, the four posters posted on the beige bulletin board that reminds you of the color of your tea after you have poured too much cream into it, or even the ten unfamiliar faces staring straight at you. There is a white board in the front of the classroom for when there are assignments or notes that need to be taken. The smooth grey tables have two outlets in the middle that allows students to charge devices if needed. There is also an orange and black cord that wraps around and in-between desk like an out of control jungle vines. Everything in the room has its own place and
This classroom was unlike any other I have ever seen. All of the furniture in the room was child sized. There were a few tables and chairs in the kitchen area. Along with a sink and counter top with cabinets around it. There were lots of cubbies and shelves with different center activities on them.
The classroom has an office for staff right when you walk in, for staff to let parents in and out. They can see the students from the window, which is good for the safety of the children. Space and Furnishings: When I observed the space and furnishings, I rated it a seven. The reason being is there was light that was controlled by the light switches in the classroom, if it was getting to dark or too light, they
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