I enjoy outdoor sports/activities, such as, trapshooting, hunting, and fishing just with my family or friends. More competitively I also play varsity basketball, football, track, baseball at my high school and have succeeded in receiving many honors while playing these sports in the past years. But these awards and accolades are not the true reason why I love and enjoy sports so much. This past summer I had the privilege to coach and ref a youth league at my high school with hundreds of future Wahlert students and hopeful basketball players. It was really cool for me to do this because I remember being a kid in the camp when I was younger and looked up to the varsity players coaching like they were gods almost.
There is also a short story about Otis Orchards Elementary School on pages 133-134, and explains that the teachers there went through extensive training about how to help children dealing with trauma or problematic home situations. Wedge then goes on to talk about how the children at this school were better behaved and scoring higher on tests after this training had been implemented, essentially arguing that adverse personal lives should be properly dealt with at school in order to combat ADHD-like symptoms. Showing a real-life example of how this training was having a positive impact on children causes the reader
Now being at Rowan University I enjoy my profession and practice course as well as my life span development course. All three professors did not make the course dreading with meaningless homework. They would make sure you studied exactly what you needed to study, they gave you assignments that would help you with your career goals, the professors made the course a course that you can say you enjoyed and took something from it. So attending grad school is something that I find will be useful so I can be exactly where I need to be and gain all the experience and then some before working the youth.
I would like to continue my education at Cal State La to pursue my post baccalaureate study and earn a teacher credential in mild to moderate disabilities. Becoming a teacher has always been a goal of mine, since I was young girl. I always known I wanted to become a teacher thanks to all the great teachers I had through my education in elementary and high school, who inspired me and pushed me to work hard because they cared. But, most importantly showed me how a teacher should teach and care for their students, making my experiences in school deeply meaningful. And because of all the great support they gave me I fell in love with the profession of teaching.
I think that through hearing the ideas of others and seeing student work and progress, I was able to get more into teaching the lessons to my students and becoming the best teacher I could be. I also learned a lot about myself as a student and as a teacher through the assignments of creating and teaching literacy lessons in a classroom. I struggled initially with the phonemic awareness and phonics lessons because I have no memory of even learning these subjects in school. I was able to meet with the kindergarten teacher at the school I work for and see how she integrates literature into her classroom constantly. It was beautiful to watch students go from having no idea what the three letter word on their paper was, to sounding it out on their arm, blending it all together, and then suddenly fully understanding what it said.
Most importantly I want my students to learn how to have a relationship with God so they can be prepared for Christ’s second coming. When assigned to read this book I was very pessimistic. I have read many of Ellen White’s books throughout my studies without being able
Last year I completed the NCIS course, this lasted 3 weeks where I not only completed team activities, fund raising & volunteering but also had the opportunity to live independently, helping me set up for university life. I enjoy keeping fit, this is mixture of Gym, Swimming & Running. My diving & science studies have inspired me to learn more about this fragile & largely undiscovered eco system. I have worked hard to build up key skills needed to become a valuable student & ensure I can make a significant contribution to this field, & secure a role as a professional & respected Marine
The Fieldhouse I have been playing club volleyball since I was in the 6th grade. Volleyball has always been my passion and I wanted to become very good at it. Club volleyball provided this opportunity for me. Club volleyball is played mainly on the weekends in various cities, in various gyms. Recently I played at The Fieldhouse gym in Springfield, MO.
Another constant feature in the lives of engineering students is the technical festival. Every year I volunteer with Konvolve, our college fest, and have worked tirelessly in making it a grand success. Conscientious of my moral duties, I’m actively involved with Rotaract, a non-profit service, helping my community and in turn the nation. Through sport and interaction, I continue to work with my friends and colleagues, bringing maturity to my role as a confidante and teammate. Furthermore, even at home my gregariousness has made me a very likable person, and often I’m considered the life of the party at family functions and formal
This determination has continued through high school where I was accepted into the Scholars Academy. Beyond academics, my determination plays a big role in my life after school. Having always been a fan of the sport of surfing, at a young age soon after moving to Miami, I decided to teach myself how to surf. Having only
She has been contacted by Clemson 's Head Coach trying to recruit her and now has accepted to shoot for University of Knoxville. Madelynn has consistently maintained her grades while participating in school sports including soccer, track, bowling and shooting with our team, she scored a 33.8 on her ACT and was the Salutatorian of her graduating class and to me that was a great accomplishment to
When they were finish meeting the student went back to write their final copy. A successful lesson is a lesson where my students are fully involved, listening and interacting with the and each other regarding the material presented. The teacher lessons are thought-provoking and fun at the same time because she believe the students want to have fun and that they learn more effectively when learning is a pleasure, not a chore. The true measure of a good lesson, however, is when I can look at tests and quizzes on the material and see a good level of understanding and comprehension on the student’s