The waited day came, yes it’s my first day in my new school. When I was taking my first step in my class, I heard a voice saying in sarcastic way “you’re in the wrong class the primary section is in the first floor”, that comment broke my heart but I went over it by thinking positively. However, the day was running too fast until our last period which was PE (Physical Education). Guess what the teacher asked us in the period!! She asked us to join the sports club in our school and each student should choose her/his favorite sport club to join.
Diversity is a very common and popular thing amongst the new generation, it is something that many people and schools want to achieve and are mostly proud because of. So why not reach diversity in all aspects rather than just the different kinds of people but also in our style of teaching, technology is certainly a great way to achieve diversity in learning styles.
She said we would have to present alone. I had already completed the essay and the poster, but those days leading up to the presentation were full of dread for me. The hours leading to the presentation were extremely unpleasant. However minutes before the presentation I realized that somehow I was going to push through seemingly due to the fact that I was determined to excel in education and beyond
I used to think that going to high school would be scary, but with all my friends and everything that my teachers have taught me, all I feel now is excited. I want it to be the first day of 9th grade fast, I want to start High School. I know that my friends would be here when I need them as well as teachers willing to help me. So it 's time today to end the second part of our education and enter the third. It 's time to leave behind the middle school facility, say goodbye to the U14 teams and be introduced to JV, and most of all, time to go from the middle school community that we 're familiar with, that we love, and that we are in charge of, and go upstairs to the bigger, busier, and honestly, scarier high school, where we will all be 9th graders.
Teachers have the most demanding and significant job on the planet: to equip the next generation with the information and lessons they need to lead our world into future success. It is foolish to believe that all students will be able to retain and apply everything they learn in the classroom. By using the world we live in to teach lessons through application, we solve this problem. These types of “lessons” are taught to any age group and are most commonly referred to as field trips. Without reservation, many schools focus on STEM topics; yet, cultural studies deserve an equal amount of attention.
To illustrate, an art museum field trip study confirmed the benefits of this type of learning. A group of 10,000 students who visited the museum took a test at various intervals over the period of eight weeks after the tour. The students wrote essays answering critical thinking questions based on a painting. The scores of the students who toured the museum surpassed those who did not tour and only saw the painting during the test (control group),
The exit project gets us ready for high school because it teaches us not to be afraid of new experiences, to communicate with others, and it prepares us for the rigorous amount of work, high school throws at us. The exit project has taught me to overcome adversity and to always be open-minded about new things. In conclusion, the exit project can add stress to many students, but is still an enjoyable project. The exit project gives students the opportunity to try new things, demonstrate the use of S.L.E.’s, become more responsible, and so much more. The exit project is something I have come to enjoy, and I am excited to present in
They both have very amazing things in them that your students will like. Such as things flying across the room right in front of you. I 'm sure one, or both, of these locations will be the right field trip for you and your school. But, before you zoom to the computer, then to the printer and finally to the copy machine, you need to know that there and the pros of the building, but also some cons. That doesn 't mean that your scholar won 't enjoy the future field tip, it just means
To illustrate, an art museum field trip study confirmed the benefits of cultural studies. A group of 10,000 students who visited the museum took a survey at some point over the period of up to eight weeks after the tour; this survey tested for critical thinking (Greene). The students wrote essays answering critical thinking questions based on a painting (Greene). The scores of the students who toured the museum surpassed those who did not tour (control group), with a positive impact score of nine percent
I believe that “a person is what he does”, and in line with this philosophy I am always on the lookout for challenging and creative work. I have gathered good communication skills and am able to present my ideas in a fluent and confident manner. Friends and acquaintances all testify to the fact that I relate to people easily and that I am able to adapt quickly to new surroundings and situations. I have always looked forward to gaining practical and in-depth knowledge of a subject. Though under graduation does give an opportunity to understand the subject from a fundamental level, it fails in providing the in-depth knowledge.