10) The following instructional strategies used in the properties of multiplication lesson: • Modeling- The teacher wrote on the board what she wanted the students to write in their math journals. This was appropriate for third graders to help them develop note taking skills. • Arrays- The teacher drew various arrays on the board to demonstrate how to solve the mathematical sentences. This is a strategy that is used in teaching elementary math to give students a deeper understanding of multiplication. • Independent practice- Students were given several different problems to solve on their own.
It took him quite some time, approximately after twenty minutes he started talking and interacting with the other kids. Thereafter, the kids started their daily activities. During these activities, Ethan learns numbers, letters, colors, and shapes, they also link them with the sounds. For instance, when the teacher, says the names of a particular shape, Ethan point toward the correct shape on the board. As I continue observing, Ethan was able to follow the instruction well, and the teacher gives him a good amount of time to process the information.
Hi Jelly. I agree with your post completely. Because the example you provided about motivation is simple to understand and clear to read. In middle school, my math teacher motivates the students to study on the material she taught to win a class party. She was also willing to stick around after school to help them properly understand it.
Mrs. Hippchen then instructed the class to clear their desks to start a new math activity. Alina followed her teacher’s direction. As Mrs. Hippchen reviewed a math homework assignment to the class, Alina followed along appropriately. When the students were asked to draw a diagram to aid them in solving a problem, Alina appeared engaged as she drew on her paper. After the homework review, Mrs. Hippchen instructed the class to take out their math workbooks.
Jocelyn Chan Ms.Heaney, Period 5 English 3-4 Honors 20 January 2016 Expected School-wide Learning Results Yearly Reflection During the past school year, I have exhibited qualities of a Champion of Scholarship in the following ways: As a Critical and Creative Thinker: I have received and evaluated information for my classmates in my English class so that their work can be developed to a better or well organized format. I have also received and evaluated information in my geometry class for instance my homework or when working with a team in a problem. I have identified problems and formulated solutions in my geometry class and in my chemistry class which was difficult but
And lastly to my dedication part to my teachers, i would like to say a humongous thanks to Mrs. Masterson, Mrs. Leonard, and Mrs. Loy. My sixth-grade teachers have been the most amazing teachers in the world; they show every aspect of excellent teachers. I would mainly like to give thanks to Mrs. Masterson, Mrs. Masterson has been the most incredible teacher who made my last year at Mission Estancia Elementary the best year
Today, we are here with one purpose. We are here because sixth graders are graduating onto a new stage of their life. Everyone once started as a baby, newly born. Like newly planted saplings in an orchard, they are tended and cared by their caretakers which could be our parents and teachers. Parents and teachers help us step by step and stay by our side when we need them.
Fresh Fish Traders’ School has reached all 6 levels of parental involvement. Parenting requires the help from school to set up home environments. This can support children’s learning as students under home conditions. Parent education program in Fresh Fish Traders’ School held various of functions, for instance, parent seminars, parent communications and family activities to assist parents to help students to establish self-management. One seminar was held on Oct 27, 2016, on how to assist adolescent face puberty positively.
I started volunteering in classrooms and helping with activities. My first job at the school was working as a substitute janitor from there I worked as an instructional aide and paraprofessional, which ultimately lead to my current position as 7-12 grade language arts and special education teacher. Today, I live a happy content life with my husband and five wonderful children. I feel privileged to be a part of the Northeast Range School community and be able to share that with my husband who also works with the school. We have always been a team traveling through life taking on whatever comes our way.
Epstein and her colleagues developed a school engagement framework based on six indicators of school involvement (2004): • Parenting: to support families with information on home conditions, skills, and learning support for children at each age and grade level. • Communicating: Reaching out to families to provide timely information about school events and student progress through a channel of two-way communication. • Volunteering: Empower educators to work with parents and community members to improve recruitment, training, and attendance of volunteer stakeholders. • Learning at Home: Improve methods for including parents in the academic learning processes outside of the school building; including homework, curriculum-based projects, and personalized
He was an excellent student in math, and strive to do as well in writing and reading. His teacher Ms. Lucas tutored him in English. Even while he was recovering from surgery she still came to tutor him. His reading level that year rose two letters from a B to a D. She has since then passed away, and he wish he got to know her better. Devin accredits Ms. Lucas for him wanting to pursue a career in education, and become a teacher.
Julio graduated from Pasco High School in 2006 with a diploma. He has always enjoyed school, received good marks, and was in excelled classes up to middle school until he began to “slack a little bit” when he would skip class, but his family and teachers helped him understand the importance of being responsible and on time. These are values he wants to instill in his children along with being respectful to teachers. Julio really enjoys studying and taking things apart to see how they work. He also enjoys reading manuals to see if there are any secrets or tips in there.
On July 29, 2015, myself, my husband and the interpreter Wilma; we went to a meeting with a specialist named Wendy. It was mentioned in the meeting that Vinny is more organized, the school is well organized, also, she went in the school for two days to observe Vinny, she said that she like it, and she said that Vinny is progressing, I asked in what is progressing, because I don’t see nothing new, and she told me to wait until her report is done. I spoke about Vinny goals, the school set the goals very low and of course he will do it because he does it already in the house every day , for example : wash his hands, brush his teeth….In behavior ,social, hygiene, independence, also communicating using the IPad, and he learned how to handle his
As a former English Language Learner (ELL) student, I remember my ESOL teacher using direct instructions when I first came to the U.S. through middle school and high school. The teacher used modeling freely and placing me in groups with other students that were fluent in both languages that helped with tutoring when I had a difficult time understanding the teacher. Through this process of learning I began to communicate and slowly learned the English language. As a paraprofessional at Hillsborough High School, I use similar direct instructional strategies for my ELL students because it helps me plan in advance what lesson the teacher is going to teach and it allows me to clearly present the lesson in both the English and Spanish language.