The classroom was very crammed, which made it harder for the teacher to move around the classroom. The teachers desk was placed in front of the classroom, this in my opinion puts the teacher at the disadvantage of not being able to keep an eye on all
Have you ever wanted a different lunch besides school lunch? Well I have. The subject I will be discussing is students should have off campus lunch. The issue I chose is relevant because some students contact their parents to bring them lunch from home. The purpose or reason why I chose to discuss this topic is because students want a better lunch than school lunch.
Afterwards, I would give them all a survey to evaluate what they’ve learnt from their experiences. Depending on if I would be given definite permission to perform this, I will hold several more of these experiments for more accurate and results that can track progress If it is not possible to observe classes, I might have to resort to interviews and possibly alter the question as this way, it would not be focused on raw data from observing classroom environments and more on opinions. Although I could acquire all the information I would need to answer my question, I still prefer to observe a South Korean class In person. I am currently very much used to British classroom environments and it would be interesting to experience another change of
For this observation, I observed a sixth grade math co-taught classroom taught by Mr. Deiminick and Mr. Whitzel. This classroom is set up a little different from the normal hybrid by having desks more in rows with a couple of small groups of desks in the back. The students from this class are coming straight from lunch so, they are required to line up outside the classroom in a straight line and be silent before they are allowed to enter the classroom. When the students entered the classroom, they had new seats so the new chart was up on the board and the students were working on finding their new seat. After, the students were seated they were to start the warm-up which was ten questions to review concepts that they had been learning.
They won’t even say much to you...and before you know it, you’re out of the league.” This quote applies to college and the real world as well. Most professors will not slow down in the class if you do not do the work or for any excuse. Though there are some professors who will find ways to help you outside of class, but for the most part, they will not stop the progress of the class to help you out. The professor expects you to put the effort in to be efficient and work, no matter how difficult it is. Just like pro basketball coaches do not want to hear about outside influences as an excuse, professors are no different.
There was no clear rules or transitions for the kids to follow. The teacher would always change the room around and told the kids to sit where they wanted. Of course, the kids would sit with their friends. She always confused the kids on the arrival time due to not knowing where to sit in class. The tone of her math class was a mess the kids were all talking and sometimes would be waiting for her to come to the room.
The reaction was like she doesn’t matter because we knew each other from before and positive attitude towards it. My questions were about on the way she wear but indirectly way, even we both felt comfortable while we were during to interview question, as far as possible I didn’t let her to feel that I’m talking about the way she dress I was talking and asking about the dress code in general without mentioning someone and I think the way of my questions
She told that when he entered my class, I expected the worst. The student use to sit at the back row. According to her, she never used that seating arrangement concept on the very first day with students because that day is only for the introduction. The criteria that she had set for the students to know them well, was to ask random questions by calling their names after giving the lecture but whenever she called
Thus, we need to list all the needed adjustments that you should have whenever it’s your time to be the one in front. I started the observation on the first day of our student training program, the principal; Mrs. Milagros A. Marquina assigned me under Mrs. Jeamelee A. Laureles so I observed