In highschool I was highly committed to a program called "Breakthrough" for my last three years in high school. Breakthrough helps first generation students go to college, starting to work with them in middle school. It's an amazing organization and helps the kids every step of the way, whether it be tutoring for a hard math exam in 8th grade or application help when applying to college in 12th grade. My role was to be a mentor leader during Saturday sessions. 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.
Academics Evaluation of student progress by members of the faculty is a continuous process. Teachers, in evaluating student achievement, consider many factors including tests, quizzes, project work, homework assignments and classroom participation. RISY teachers will observe student performance while providing daily opportunities for academic growth. Students, in partnership with parents and teachers, must take responsibility for their own academic
I will also invite her to my class and see a similar math lesson that they are taught to gain ideas and see from a different perspective. • Personal response and application: How has this assignment helped you? What lessons have been learned? How will you apply this to your role as an educational leader? The reflective statements may draw on previous experiences or future plans to use the information.
It was only my first day at Madison South Elementary and I learned so much! After meeting my teacher, Mrs. Mikelait, she answered a lot of questions about the students, the school, her classroom, and some of her instructional methods. I was very happy with the class size of 18 students. There is an equal ratio of nine boys to nine girls. The students are very diverse in their backgrounds and learning.
Introduction: In this project, a first year undergraduate nursing class was observed. A number of 18 nursing students were attended in this one hour class. The lesson of the class was about technology in nursing. At the beginning of the class, the educator started by welcoming the students and then she gave a brief feedback about previous assignment. During this one hour class, the educator mainly used the Postmodern Pedagogy and Narrative Pedagogy.
I observed the teacher in this classroom using praise. I and observed and wrote field notes of the students’ behavioral responses. Then I had a subsequent observation using punishments where I observed and wrote field notes of the students’ behavioral
Introduction In my assignment I have been asked to analyse and reflect on learning a clinical skill that I gained experience in, in the clinical skills laboratory. As a student of the BSc. Nursing (General) programme I have completed a module on, The Art and Science of Nursing. Throughout this module, we explored the historical advancement of nursing and how it has evolved since the time of Florence Nightingale. We also discussed how to be professional in the hospital setting and also how to deliver good quality care, by taking part in the practical tutorials each week.
I worked as teaching assistant for Human Physiology at UCSD. Dr. Cooke, the instructor of the course, implemented various in-class techniques as part of an education research project. My goal was to improve the students’ performance by utilizing effective teaching methods and keeping track of their progress. As a teacher assistant, I supervised in class discussions and facilitated the process of learning by addressing students’ questions and concerns. I also led a weekly discussion section, held individual office hours, and ran exam review sessions.
I have learned about how the different nurse 's theories have evolved and influenced the current nursing practice. The information learned in Professional Roles and Values class gave me the skills to apply critical thinking, decision making, quality of care, safety, delegation and leadership to provide quality of patient-centered care to my patients, and in my community. Evidence-based practice class provided me with the knowledge of how to find the correct information, how to conduct a research and how to apply the new evidence-based findings in my clinical practice setting. The class of information management and application of technology taught me about how to manage information and technology and how technology must be used to deliver quality and safe patient care. The Organizational Systems class provided me with the information and skills needed to understand the roles of the different regulatory agencies.
Mentors can continue to play a major role in the mentees’ progression during the beginning of their professional nursing career. Nursing faculty recognize the need to provide an educational experience and positive learning environment for all students, resulting in educators continually introducing multiple teaching, learning, and assessment techniques to support students' learning successes (Billings & Halstead, 2012). Hence, having a mentor can make a new graduate nurse’s professional life exponentially better than having to go it alone. In todays world nurses are needed due to the shortage which means mentoring and coaching a one way we can change
In addition, the nurse asked the teachers to please be specific when there is an emergency and a nurse 's presence is required. She says it helps if teachers provide the name of the child, the symptoms of the child, and where the child is in the school to better assist the nurses in providing help to those students as quickly as possible hassle free. In other healthcare procedures she reminded teachers to inform her when they were going on field trips, so that she can gather the required medications, etc for students. In conclusion, the meeting was a wonderful learning experience. During the meeting I was able to observe the beginning of the school year medical procedures and learn about the specific needs of students how to care for them.
Outstanding educators must possess many important qualities. They must be knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the subjects that they teach. If a teacher is knowledgeable and enthusiastic, their students will be more excited about what they need to learn, and see the teacher as a valuable resource. These educators must continue to pursue learning opportunities and use this new knowledge to improve their instruction. Students come to school at different academic levels.
By attending Eagle Pass High School, I have the honor to interview my mentor and teacher Mrs. Tanya Tijerina who specialized in teaching Physics Regular/ Pre-AP to 10th, 11th and 12th graders. During the interview I found background information about Mrs. Tijerina, she studied in UTSA and got her BS in Biology, currently, she is doing her Masters in School Council in Sul Ross State University. Since I meet her, I’ve always has the feeling of acceptance in the way she treat her students creating a sense of learning and respect between all the students. Mrs. Tijerina is a teacher that had been teaching for more than 6 years, during the interview that I conducted, I asked Mrs. Tijerina about the positions/job that she held before becoming an educator and how did the position lead to the road as an educator. She answer that before becoming a teacher she held three different jobs and each lead to the road of education, the position that she held were babysitting, clerk at UTSA (advise center) and Re-hab optical Riojas, “They
She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs. Mrs. Brasch is just as much of a learner as she is an educator. With degree 's from Temple University, Cabrini College, and currently studying for her Doctorate in Education at your University, she is advanced when it comes to the changing wold of education. Her experience in the field with 6abc transferred exceedingly to the classroom. Over the past 9 years, Mrs. Brasch has paralleled Wissahickon School District 's television production programs to college level programs.
She used the block activity and the activity where students find their own objects and measure them to find their area. First, Ms. Kapeller modeled the activity and put the equation to find the area on the board. After a few round, she took the equation off of the board and did the activity again and the students had memorized the formula when she asked the class as a whole. She repeated her instruction several times so if some verbal student leaners needed to hear it again they could and she also had a power point available for the visual