From the beginning of the show, he is voicing his fears of pretty much anything and everything. Professor Valerie Frizzle, the “original” Miss. Frizzle, is depicted as a knowledgeable elder. Even though she is no longer the teacher of these kids, she is illustrated as an excellent role model. Fiona Frizzle, Valerie’s younger sister, is now the teacher of the classroom.
It 's a hot a sunny day and also the first day of high school for 14 year old Audrey Wells. She walks past the local soup kitchen and sees volunteers inside laughing and having fun, wishing she had something like that she continued on her walk to school. As she enters her class her teacher says that he requires 10 community service hours per quarter to get a passing grade. He also says that there are many benefits to community service such as, getting teens out of their homes, giving adolescence a feel of the real world and, and providing students with chances to meet people outside of school that would get to personally know us. In the future all these things will be very beneficial to these students everyday lives.
I have had a wonderful experience observing at Buffalo Creek Middle School so far. The teacher is excellent with her students and uses various activities to get the kids involved. One activity that was used multiple times over the two days that I was there was: Think, Pair, Share. The teacher would write a math question up on the board that went along with whatever topic they were going over that day and then she would ask the students to try to solve the equation. After everyone seemed to be finished solving the equation, it was time to pair up.
I wanted to be a dentist since I was in 8th grade because this was the year my sister had her first visit to the dentist. She had severe crowding and was always self-conscious about her teeth, so she rarely smiled or laughed. This all changed with her visits to the dentist. After accompanying her on her first visit, I observed the dentist using his fine tools, as I did in my art classes. Being art as my hobby, made me curious about dentistry and I never missed an appointment.
Student Engagement A good teacher should know how to engage students in learning activities and be able to respond to diverse students needs in the classroom. The classroom observations I have seen these past week has shown me examples of good teachers. In all the classes I observed the students sat quietly and were always ready to raise their hands and answer questions. In my kindergarten class all the students were really into their assignments and wanted approval of their work from their teacher.
Unable to do anything more to encourage me, my teacher introduced me to the school’s counselor. Meeting frequently with the school counselor, I slowly opened up to her and found a lot of new friends due to her constant support and advice. This incident led me to think about what was happening outside my own personal bubble. Being counselled in the past
I have always enjoyed my social studies class, and I can tell by Mr. Jenning’s dry humor and relaxed rules that I’m really going to have a good time in world geography this year. As I walked to my fifth hour class, my stomach screamed at me as I watched everyone in first lunch settle down to eat. My religion teacher, Mr. Cormier, wanted us to know our classmates a little better so he had us fill out a work sheet. I was embarrassed when I jumped out of my seat when the bell that signaled the end of first lunch rang, but many others did so as well, so I was not the only red-faced student. The bell sang “Hallelujah” as it signaled lunch time.
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.
The foster mother reported that she went to her teacher who gave her an attitude before and apologized to her asking forgiveness and help in her assignment, the teacher smiled and cried saying that she loves her and she wants to help her if she allowed the teacher to help the client and if she needs any help, just ask at any time and the teacher will help her. The client also reported that she was tired as well because she had to stay after school several times as she wanted to have extra help in math and English and Art. The client reported that her foster mother is dealing with her in a good way and communicating better than last few weeks as they started to spend more time together and talk more. The client added that she felt that she wants to know more about her foster mother to be able to communicate better with her and not fight together, as well as spending more quality time with her. The client reported that she does not have to lie in the future as her foster mother's reaction is not like her biological family's reaction and there is no reason to be
James is a calm and happy child who attends Balmain Cove ELC for two days per week (Thursday and Friday). He loves being around by his educators. He always smiles in response to his happiness and satisfaction. EYLF Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity James builds attachments with her educators as he always has a smile on his face when his educator approaches him and interacts with him.
”It was very shocking, but it gradually became more comfortable.” “I’m pretty comfortable,” said Ellison Girod, another student optimistically beginning her first year at Conifer. ” I know a few teachers already and I really like it here, so it’s a lot easier. It seems a lot better than middle school and I feel like [the school year] is going to go well.”
Damon West has been teaching at Southcrest Christian School for a period of one year. He currently teaches sophomore Bible and English, proctors senior and junior dual credit, journalism, and is the assistant coach of the volleyball team. He previously taught the junior dual credit class when they were sophomores as well. So, the majority of the class enjoys him as a teacher. One girl says, “Unlike most teachers, he’s relatable, and entertaining.”
The students think because their teacher is in the classroom they don’t have to do any work, which they shouldn’t think this way. It 's also a challenge for the substitute because she felt like she had to gain their respect one way or another. I thought it was good that she decided to give them recess detention for them to finish the work they didn’t finish when they were in class. I also think it’s great to have a good communication with the general teacher and the substitute teacher. Mrs Roush did talk to the class about how disappointed she was that they didn’t behave while she was out of the
Jennifer, I am glad that you feel better about the class. When I became overwhelmed about an assignment in my previous classes, I emailed my professor for guidance and a little support. The professors at Mid America are very understanding about the outside factors that can cause stress and sometimes it is difficult to concentrate on homework. Just remember to communicate with the professor if you are having a difficult time understanding something, which helped me out in most of my classes.