I worked with young children in the resource room with the staff that included teachers, special needs assistants and an occupational therapist, who routinely visits the school. I found the experience immensely rewarding to see the progress the children made in such a short space of time. I was able to see and discuss the different exercises that the occupational therapist used with the children in order for them to make progress. This gave me a great insight into the work environment and daily tasks of an occupational therapist and it made me realise that I had the personality traits and abilities that suited this career
The most memorable experience of hillcrest lacrosse was the fall clinics, they were always so much fun and exciting, especially because of the older kids that ran them. When the clinics came by this fall, I knew that I needed to help. My friend, Deirdre, and I were put in charge and lead the eight clinics for the girls. While leading, I learned a lot more than I expected. I learned patience, kindness, the ability to laugh at almost everything, and especially, I learned that you can make friends of all ages.
“Mai Lytle is selfless in her dealings with her fellow human beings. She routinely volunteers to help with school activities that are important to her children, family and school. For instance, Mai, has often lead a girl scout troop for Saint Mary’s at various grade levels and many more.” Says Mark Lytle. “She always serves others by chipping in to what activities her children do, she also cares for the sick, and during hard times she puts a smile on everyone’s face.” Answers Emilie Lytle.
If you seek advice the teacher are always there for you. They let you know that they care for your well being. Truly all the teacher in my school care for you. If they know you are having trouble, they will offer to help you. They help you when your are struggling in a subject.
As Janet's parents is one of the stress so it is more suitable to seek help from her friends, classmates,social worker, or whom she trust, etc. She can shares her concerns and difficulties with them as it can relieve stress. They can share different opinions, advices and experiences with her. The study from American Psychological Association showed that many Americans benefit from emotional support. Therefore, the advantage of seek out peer support are helping reduce stress by listening and understanding her situation and problems.
The students were highly engaged. I could say that the concepts to be learn were explicitly linked to ELLs’ background experience and past learning. I listened to the teacher’s speech and voice projection, it was appropriate (not too slow, not too fast), and she emphasized the importance of being respectful/active listeners. She ensured that each students had sufficient time to respond to her questions, and clarify if a student seemed confused (regarding the objectives). As the students did the group work, Mrs. Carbone foster noticing.
Other interventions include post-traumatic growth, perception of self, interpersonal relationships, and philosophy of life. What the clinician shared during the interview fits the information learned in class on counseling. Counseling is crucial in coping with burnout and compassion fatigue. Therapy sessions allow MFTs to share what they are going through with a professional and thus get assistance on how to cope with either burnout of compassion fatigue. One can also get help from support groups, which can be therapeutic for nurses suffering from burnout and compassion fatigue and burnout since it allows them to share what they are going through with others who are in the same situation.
I agree with this theory and also there are other ways to maintain a positive classroom management, such as: setting the classroom rules at the beginning of each lesson, checks in with all the students to make sure they’re ready, maintaining the student’s dignity, and also treating them equally with fairness. I think that patience is an important part of maintaining a positive classroom management, as long as the teacher is patient with herself and her students, she won’t have trouble earning their love, respect and trust. Some people deal with negative behaviors using punishment that temporarily lasts. Although, punishment works with most students, it’s also ineffective for students with chronic behavioral difficulties. However, if we treat all children equally and be patient with ourselves and them, then maintaining a positive classroom management will be easy.
Students felt comfortable and genuinely happy to be in the classroom. The teacher has a positive attitude towards her students and teaching. She smiled, she took time to say hello, and asked how their weekends were. During their conversations, she would maintain eye contact with the students. During instructional time, she was prepared for the upcoming lesson and follow-up.
They prepare lessons for a range of abilities within the classroom and also meet with parents to keep them up to date with how they the children are progressing with their education and behaviour. The teaching assistants role is to work closely with the class teacher and help any pupils that need additional support. They will carry out any specific duties that are outlined in the pupil 's Individual Learning Plan (IEP) and provide feedback about pupil 's difficulties or progress to the class teacher. The roles of other support staff such as cleaners, dinner staff, caretakers, administrative staff are integral to the daily running of the school. Each role ensures the school runs smoothly and safely for the pupils attending.
I have had the pleasure of having Lucero as an Algebra II student and as a tutor/mentor for my younger students. I have watched her become an amazing young person over the last few years who values hard work, helping others and education. I have seen Lucero’s enthusiasm for helping others through education develop into a passion that drives her educational focus. She is an extraordinary young woman who has given so much of her time to better our Greeley Central community and our Greeley community. She is always looking for ways where she can help others become successful.
Video Response 3 Addressing a student’s needs plays a vital part in the student’s academic success. Understanding one’s needs requires that a teacher take the steps to understanding the child’s personality traits, interests, abilities, disabilities, and so forth. Students are more likely to grasp the interest of learning a specific subject if they feel that the teacher is kind and understanding, just as Trisha and Brittany’s teachers is. Brittany’s mother mentions that a significant change is notable in Brittany’s self-esteem and grades (Kirk, Gallagher, & Coleman, 2015). Trisha certainly associates her good grades to her relationship with her science teacher and identifies her teacher as helpful (Kirk, Gallagher, & Coleman, 2015).
My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Mackey made a positive effect on my life. She was a very impactful teacher who even today I speak to often. She went above and beyond to ensure that her students were achieving in her classroom. Mrs. Mackey had a relationship with every student in her class and kept up with us through our middle school and high school years. We had such a relationship that she wrote a recommendation letter for me when I was applying for scholarships.
I shadowed teachers and truly believed that teaching was my desired career path. I have experience in different grade levels such as pre-k, kindergarten, and the 2nd grade. Student teaching was an amazing experience, I learned that I am patient, caring ,and the students really respected me as an authority figure, all characteristics I plan to take with me into school counseling. Even though, teaching was a great opportunity,