First, I take criticism willingly and I accept recommendations graciously. I always try to get people opinions of my work, and I like to know what I did good and what I can change. If someone recommends something I could do better, then I would think about if it would be a good fit for whatever the recommendation was. Second, I show courtesy, concern, and respect for others.
According to Community Supervision (2001), it is imperative that sex offenders are supervised intensely. However, there are numerous aspects about the offender that an officer, therapist, or any other staff pertinent to the care of the offender should consider. First, it is recommended to know the employment status, family situations, peers, relationships, etc. These factors can help paint a picture of who the offender is. According to Latessa, Listwan, & Koetzle, (2014), an RNR approach is extremely useful, especially when on officer uses all these proponent of this model, risk, need, and responsivity.
Community supervision must be diligent in balancing the needs of the person with the safety of others. The cost and legal complications associated with managing sex offenders are exceptional and require a deep understanding of the criminal justice system. Our government, federal, state, and local, is proactively working on developing
Bracey identified supports he feels give him an advantage in his cultural setting. He identified his family communication as a support. He says, “Our communication helps me when I do not know what to do. We get through a lot of tough situations because we know how to communicate well with one another.” He then identified his open mindedness and honesty as a support.
To strengthen the argument in her article, De La Cruz uses multiple examples of other teachers who have incorporated Ms. Schwartz's "I wish my teacher knew..." activity with their students. This provides a larger sample of examples and feeds into the logos of the article by showing readers a variety of testimonies as opposed to just that of Ms. Schwartz. These testimonies provided responses from teachers and parents. One parent responded in agreement of the effort to build relationship between teachers and students by saying, “I always want my sons’ teachers to know what their challenges are, what they like, just more about them.” This lead into a different quote from a fourth grade teacher who stated that she had “taught over 500 kids so far in my career and parents in every grade want to know how their child is doing socially and emotionally, often times more so than whether they can multiply or divide quite yet.”
As a Summer Melt Counselor, I was responsible for a plethora of task. My first assignment was to reach out to each of Nazarene’s senior students and confirm what their post-graduation plans were, where they were attending college, and assessing what assistance each student needed. I utilized emailing, calling, texting, social media, and reaching out to senior counselors to make contact with the students. Getting in contact with the students was one of the more difficult aspects of the program; many students had changed phone numbers, had situations come up that altered their plans, and were busy working or doing other activities that it was not always easy to keep in contact. In the future it might helpful to schedule a meeting or program towards the end of the school year, with the senior TRIO students from each of the target schools to get a final update on the students plans and contact information, that way we can begin
Martinez began her job as an early childhood educator there was different types of writing she had to deal with. One of the main types of writing she had to do was the lesson plans for the subjects Science, Social Studies, Math and Language Arts. Each day she has to figure out an assignment that connects with one of the TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) because it is a requirement. From there she writes it out and then has it posted somewhere in her classroom. For example, if a principal was to walk in, he/she will be able to see what the students would be learning that day.
My last day for field observations at Egly Elementary School being a teaching with my students is the Regional School for the Deaf. I would to gifts early for Valentine 's Day will be later held at 12pm. They are so excited to present after and when fished on work in a classroom with Mrs. Cazares. It 's was experience same time before with students for learning in classroom with Mrs. Cazares always to give an education. Let 's start on work for reading solving about stories is explain something about question and answer.
Being an observant person is not that easy. To be able to be an observant people I have to always pay attention to almost everything. I am that type of person who likes to listen. I am a very good listener. So because I like to listen, whenever I talk to someone or anyone I would always listen carefully to them.
It is the people that make things happen.” He knew very well that everyone is important. He appreciated everyone and this made everyone to identify their value of existence in the organization and even in the world. People often say that “It’s not about who you are, but who you know”. Uncle Lim always believed that treating everyone well means securing the assistance when
Conveying Aboriginal Canadian Culture into the Classroom When I enter the world as a certified teacher, I plan to teach in elementary schools. As I am in the primary/junior program here at Lakehead, I am studying to be able to teach grades from kindergarten to grade six. Although I am certainly not picky, I would prefer to teach grades three and up as I have had more experience working with children of that age in and outside of the school environment. While it may seem unorthodox, I would prefer to remain in Thunder Bay as I continue my teaching career.
She elicited parent to volunteer in the classroom. 4d – Miss Hannan participated in twice a week grade team meetings. She was an active participant at these meetings, discussing and sharing strategies and resources. During band concert rehearsals, Miss Hannan assisted students to help them prepare for the school wide event. Miss Hannan attended several district and school-wide professional developing training sessions on literacy, math, student engagement and mediation.
Communication is the key word in becoming successful or being a successor . I have always communicated with my subordinate through problem solving, being open and honest, In order to communicate effectively, it is necessary to understand the roles we enact as communicators and receivers in the process. Communication is a skill that can be improved through practicing reflective listening skills, which include affirming
I can adjust at any setting. I had leaded a group before and mentored some assistants. I always see to it that everyone will learn from me. If I am working alone, I see to it that my supervisor/client/boss is updated with the progress of my work. I can work with minimal supervision.