Trista Trista has had a great term! She seems interested in her school work and always puts first things first. She has also started expressing her feelings/thoughts appropriately. Keep it up Trista! Judieth It is great to have Judieth in the classroom!
I completed my practicum experience at Ellen Hopkins Elementary in Moorhead in a second-grade classroom. Mr. Larson was my cooperating teacher and he taught me more about teaching and relations to students than I think he realizes. The students also taught me every single day new ways to see certain concepts and positive ways to react in situations. I think Mr. Larson was an excellent cooperating teacher who helped me realize and see a classroom through the eyes of a teacher. My favorite component of the classroom was being able to build on what we were learning and discovering in ED 205 and see it first hand in the classroom by making connections between our readings from Ayers into seeing how the readings take place in a real-life context.
He showed eagerness in listening to her, and took to heart what she taught and said. Its amazing how the right adult supervision can turn a child onto a path of education and correct social skills. It was interesting to read Ruvy 's IEP and then to see the child in action. Ruvy is a wonderful child and has a lot to offer to others, the class and
2. Generally I feel that my work in the class is a positive addition to the children’s learning, an extra person in the classroom means more support for the teacher and so more individual help for the children. I think it is very gratifying when I help a child understand a problem and so build their confidence. Feedback I get on my performance is very positive and helpful. 3.
Once the class kicked off I hit a couple of bumps in the road. Then the class got much more difficult. Starting second semester I hit a wall and seemingly tanked every assignment in the class. At the time my confidence was shot. I felt that no one had faith in me and I had no idea how to complete the obstacle.
Students seemed eager to learn and responsive to the teacher’s directions. Mrs. A demonstrated great classroom control both times I was in her classroom. She had a great rapport with the students and because of this relationship the students respected her. Her lessons were very engaging. Due to the nature of the activities that were taken place in both lesson some students wandered off task, but Mrs. A was able to get them back
She truly is a valuable asset to the Ridley School District team. Colette always displays her love of teaching during class. She is patient when helping her students, especially when they are struggling with a difficult task. She can always be seen working with students who need additional support, whether it be with their academics or their organizational skills before and after school. She goes above and beyond of what is expected until her students are able to understand and apply concepts that they are learning.
I worked with young children in the resource room with the staff that included teachers, special needs assistants and an occupational therapist, who routinely visits the school. I found the experience immensely rewarding to see the progress the children made in such a short space of time. I was able to see and discuss the different exercises that the occupational therapist used with the children in order for them to make progress. This gave me a great insight into the work environment and daily tasks of an occupational therapist and it made me realise that I had the personality traits and abilities that suited this career
She remembers their character and how they made her feel. She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
This is crucial in early child development setting because it provides students confidence about themselves, and encourage them to think to make decisions. Each learning area is accessible, arranged, accommodated and equipped with learning materials that promotes children to play. Upon my arrival as children were transitioning from breakfast to the learning centers, the young learners already knew were they wanted to play. According to my host teacher, because the children has been expose to explore and play in all areas throughout the week they come to school ready to learn while enjoying playing. My focus