Mrs. Tijerina even uses her personal time to create activities that she will use on her class ( 88 hours payed,10-15 of her free time). To perform her work Mrs. Tijerina uses teaching strategies such as group work, guided practice, on-hands activities (labs), individual practice, class discussion among others, but also equally important is the way she manage her class room, in order to promote more easily education and maintain control the students, she uses techniques such as restroom passes, assigned sits, parents and students conferences. Ultimately, all hard work pay off, even if Mrs. Tijerina have some challenges as a teacher, all are worth with the “Aaah” moment, which she describe as the moment in which a student understand something that they didn’t
In the past years at Masterman, I have only received 2 Bs on my final grade. As a result of my grades, I was given the opportunity to progress a year up in math studies. Since the school’s curriculum already sets their students a year ahead, this places me in a 10th grade math level a.k.a. Algebra II. When you look at my PSSA percentiles, you will glady notice that I am in the 99 percentile for both English and Math.
Her teacher is very aware of her disabilities and how it affects the learning process. IEP& 504: Ms. Johnson (teacher) goes over her previous IEP and 504 plans to see what has been done to help Kathy progress. After months or planning she calls a meeting to discuss Kathy’s new IEP
She reported that Samantha has made slight improvements since the problem was first noticed. Samantha also sounds out every word even when she has seen it before and her writing reflects her speech and language errors. Mrs. Brown is concerned with Samantha’s inconsistent academic performance, especially in math, reading, writing, and spelling. Samantha presently resides in Rockwood, IL with her family. Birth and Developmental History Mrs. Brown reported that she was at an advanced maternal age when she was pregnant with Samantha.
Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
It was easy. I failed because I didn 't take notes and did the math in my head not showing work on tests, and I didn 't do homework (correct answers on math tests were only worth only about ½ a point on tests). Because homework, notes, and showing work were weighted so much just in math, I repeated pre algebra until 10th grade. Always got correct answers on tests. I demonstrated that I could get the right answer without aid (calculaters weren 't allowed until I got into algebra).
I was scared, yet determined to succeed. My teachers were so nice and helped me after school for 30 minutes every day. The students were nice and I learned to participate in class. I was a bright girl so I knew how to make friends. I was in ELD (English language development) until first grade.
Math is never wasted on the young; children as young as four months can tell the difference between 1, 2 and 3. CanWest News. Retrieved from https://libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/login?url=https://libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2067/docview/461048844?accountid=26530 Levine, L. E. & Munsch, J. (2018). Child development: An active learning approach (3th ed.).
I had to learn how to be flexible and adjust my schedule to manage all of my activities which has helped with my time management skills today. I also have had several jobs that I believe have contributed to my strengths. In high school I worked as a waitress which helped my custom service skills and interacting with all different ages of people. I also worked as a camp counselor where we had to plan and coordinate activities for children from 1st grade to 6th grade. This helped with communication skills as had to talk with the kids as well as their parents.
Some of the significant changes I have made as I was progressing and growing were to develop a strong thesis to help support my claims as I write my essays, such as facts, observations, illustration, and examples. There are other areas in my writing that I have improved on. I have improved on my grammar, verb constructions, use of verb tenses and organizational skills to make my writing flow better when reading. My overall progress in completing this ten weeks course was wonderful. Every steps and skills I learned in this English class will help me to improve on my writing skills in my other classes and will also help me in my future
Ashley has been extending her knowledge of math this year. She is continuing to work on concepts above grade level. Her facts are becoming faster and she is applying them in a variety of ways. She is feeling more and more confident in her skills and is always eager to learn more. During the last 50 hours, Ashley has been working on learning the division facts and has learned to multiply 2 and 3 digit numbers by 1 digit with all combinations of regrouping.