M, the young girl I observed, appears to be a unique individual like every other child in the classroom. She enjoys reading books, singing songs, and participating in all of the classroom activities. She loves looking at pictures of different animals, mostly horses or kittens. Although she enjoys reading, she prefers to be actively involved in playing with other children. She loves running, climbing, and skipping around the classroom.
This encourages her motivation to stay in a listening activity. She can also take notes on her copy of the reading material, and taking note can help her stay engaged and follow along. In order to compare students ' lives with the life of child who lives in the Revolutionary War Time, Julie can create a Venn diagram to find out the similarity and difference of the their life experience. In order to involve Julie in positive group work and cooperation, I will have a personal conversation with Julie to set up clear behavior expectations about how to work in groups appropriately. Teaching Julie how to behave herself in class can also be beneficial for her to learn how to get along with others.
It’s great that Sarah is one of your students so you get to work with her constantly; at the meantime you shall notice the improvement in different areas. You mentioned that the school offer support and assistance for her as an ELL students, that a wonderful and helpful! For reading more at home, you mentioned that Sarah is responsible; therefore, I suggest if she reads to her younger siblings’ books about sports and basketball.
On Friday 22 January 2016, I was involved in an incident that resulted in two Rangers, SFC Chimere Chuta and SGT Byran Dent, receiving a citation for disorderly conduct. I was out with several Non Commissioned Officers from my SLC class and Rangers from different NCOES school/class. Early in the evening I decided to drive and not drink; however, at the end of the night I ran into SFC Steve Lloyd, my former 2/75 Squad Leader, and we decided to take a shot of alcohol together. Not feeling comfortable to drive back to Fort Gordon, I decided to take a cab and not risk the chance of getting a DUI.
My first assessment with Rheya was a concept of print assessment on the book “Follow Me Moon”. Rheya is five years of age and attending a kindergarten class at Miramar Elementary School. Once we sat down together, I explained to her that I was in school to become a teacher and that I needed her help for several assessments. I wanted her to understand why she was being assessed and I also wanted to give her a sense of purpose by “helping me”. After informing Rheya about the assessment, she responded by telling me that she wants to become a teacher when she’s older as well.
Sam has been improving recently . He did not only finish his homework on time , but he did well . He also regularly participates in classroom activities . I can tell him that whenever he has a chance , he is trying to try . As for Erica , she is a very shy and quiet person .
In Linda’s situation, showing that extra bit of initiative and being an extra voice in her corner could make a big difference for her. Perhaps the most important skill to have is empathy. When I am using a holistic, person centred approach it always helps to be able to understand how Linda might be feeling especially if she is having difficulty expressing herself.
“Winnie, are you ready for the math midterm today?” questioned my friend Vivian. I gave her an ‘of-course-I’m-ready’ glance and strolled to my seat. The bell soon rang and our teacher, Mrs. Valise waltzed into the classroom wearing a bright red floral dress that reminded me of fresh picked apples from a farm. She sauntered over to her desk and took the intimidatingly large pile of the test booklets from her table and handed them out. Receiving the midterm from her hand
What progress has your child made this year? I have not seen no progress of Kalina this school year. I believe the lack of communication from teacher to parent is a strong impact of Kalina’s progress. I introduce myself in the beginning of the school year to inform all of her teachers of my strong input of Kalina’s education, but when it comes to there Kalina’s concerns and/or struggles, I am not informed of there and/or her needs.
Her abilities to focus, absorb information and apply it continues to mature. She collaborates well with others in a wide range of tasks and projects, both in school and the community. Katie 's leadership is subtle but obvious. During class discussions of problems or issues
Today was another busy but fulfilling day. I got checked off with my head-to-toe assessment. I followed my regular nurse, Nurse Clea. Since I mostly knew the routines of my patients, I started by doing rounds. I checked my patients one by one to see if they were stable and responsive. With Nurse Dre Dre, the night nurse, I got to do suctioning, tracheotomy care and start feedings. I feel like I’m getting confidently effective with my communication skills everyday that my I’m learning and enhancing my nursing skills. I was able to educate a family member who was not wearing protective equipment inside an isolation room the importance of wearing one to prevent the spread of infections and promote wellness.
What does it mean to be a child? By definition, a person between the ages of four through ten, they have no care in the world; they play with mud and eat bugs. They cry for sweets and color outside the lines. Unfortunately I didn’t have much of a childhood. By the time I was five years old I had seven surgeries and had consulted with twenty specialists.