I've talked to Jennifer a couple of weeks ago and I asked her for a favor. I understand that you are signing the aids based on the school's needs, but I'm wondering if Medea Creek has an opening. Since my son is going to Medea Creek this year, it'll be
Of the many classes that I chose to take, my two favorites were an English course and Health course. I may want to be a K-9 Officer, and these have few things in common with that career goal, but they were my favorite courses because of the professors who taught the course. Janice (Meredith) Privott for the English course, and Matthew Harpold for the Health course. These two teachers helped push me to better myself in almost every way. Mrs.Privott helped me on a personal level with stress and trauma; from her support she made me a much stronger person. Mr.Harpold helped me with my self-esteem, he took the time to help me when I needed it, even when I wasn’t in his class, just as Mrs.Privott did.
Another goal that I have had since the beginning of the course was to adopt an engaging and effective teaching style. My aim has been to take the positive traits of teachers that I have enjoyed, while keeping in mind the characteristics and mannerisms that I have disliked, and crafting my own unique teaching style. As I have lead class discussions, group readings, and mini-lessons throughout the semester I have began to develop a teaching style through trial and error. I have paid special attention to the list of 25 pointers for successful tutees from assignment two and and focused on making my teaching interactive, supportive, equal for all, and respectful. I have learned to appreciate that, concerning a student's individual success, a teacher taking the time to listen to their student is just as important as the student listening to the teacher.
Isimemen D. Ihien EDEL 320 AN ANALYSIS OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND SKILLS An enthusiastic teacher can easily motivate students to learn because of the passion and drive he/she brings to the class. Such a teacher is also warm and humorous, which students will find encouraging. That might make them want to go the extra mile because the teacher is supportive of them through the feedbacks and scaffoldings he/she gives. However, students often relate much better to their teachers when they believe that he/she is credible, is concerned about their success and has high expectations from them.
How is the course text going? What parts are most/least interesting to me? The course text is progressing on the right track and we are fast approaching the end.
Outstanding teachers know their stuff! They know what they are teaching and how to teach it so that students will understand and be able to use their knowledge in multiple contexts.
D-Met with the patient to address her request for a change of counselor. According to the patient, she expressed that her assigned counselor shows no empathy towards her personal issues when she attempts to discuss it with her assigned counselor. The patient then says, " With Cherron, every session is negative, nothing positive. No encouragement by him......I've through a lot. I broke up with the love my life 8 months as he left me for another woman....I was there for him when he was incarcerated for two years (the patient was emotional-in tears). I tried to talk to Cherron but he was not being understanding. I, know, I keep testing positive, but I am going through a lot, you know. I am the care taker of my parents. No social life." This writer reviewed the patient's case history as there has been numerous no shows and the patient is currently on a Step 3 for the no shows/ongoing illicit use. According to the patient, she continues to miss her session due to her feelings towards her counselor. When questioned as to why she did not mentioned this prior as to why it took 8 months. The patient says, " I did and was told that it will be entered in some green book.....I need a female counselor that can relate to me or even have empathy. I need guidance and Cherron is not helpful at all.....He tends to keep me in session for an hour whereas it was suppose to be a 1/2 hour session." Nevertheless, the patient is seeking to enrol in mental health services through Brownstone for treatment or IOL.
Attitude : My attitude toward completing this course is energetic but at the same time nerve-wracking. I am excited to finally gain insight into a subject that interested me least. Although, the nerve-wracking part, because I am a mediocre student. I tend not to do well in certain subjects which doesn’t interest me. However, I think that this course, will help me overcome tough obstacles.
instructor shows their passion for teaching by establishing high expectations for their students and provides
Before this, I taught 10th and 11th-grade students from Classical. Regardless of the classroom, I enter each day, I challenge all of my students to do more than they have ever accomplished in a learning environment. I remind them daily that I am here to work with each one of them and not against them. I am their biggest fan and toughest coach. Each day I give 100% of myself so every one of my students will have a win. And this is what makes me an outstanding teacher.
The evidence provided in the student course feedback survey shows that most students are content with their progress within the course. Some students raised some concerns, and those concerns have been addressed.
The stars lie above us hoping we will someday reach out to them, but in order to do so. We must have a dream of stretching our arms out to them. For me, I will reach beyond the galaxy to search and take what I need in order to be
Three skills that are important for a good instructor to possess are good public speaking skills, a creative approach to teaching, and an overall enthusiasm for the subject he or she is teaching. I posses all of these skills. As a theater performer, speaking in front of a crowd is
Learning can be difficult, especially in a class like history, but lucky for me my 7th , 10th , and 12th grade teacher made history one of my favorite classes. Coach Fowler is the best teacher and coach that I have ever had. He really knew how to make class fun and keep me focused. He was also my football Coach, which also resulted in me wanting to do good and act right in his classroom. He knew when to joke, and he also knew when to take things serious. Having a teacher and also a football coach that you look up to and respect really encourages you to do good and not let him down.
“The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise … Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers.” Said A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. I totally agree with him because teacher matters. Teachers can change someone’s feeling or thinking by the way they teach students. For example, I loving math is caused by my math teacher when I was in middle school. Teaching is really hard duty, so not everyone can be a good teacher. The teacher who influenced me is Mrs. Suzan Pongratz because she is a creative teacher, encouraging students by offering incentives them, and organizing in her class and that’s made her class more ambiguous and dissimilar than others. English was the regretful class until I met Mrs. Suzan Pongratz and changed my mind. I am yenning to go to her class every time without feeling bad or regret. She is a brilliant, clever, helpful, creative and fun teacher. She achieved all the conditions that student need. She gave me the confidence by making me feel and think positively all the time. Her encourage insights make me rethink my work to make it better. If I want to thank her, it would not be enough for working with me hardly to make me improve and finish the class with best results. The way she is transferring the knowledge makes you interesting and want to learn and know more about it. Challenges are the key to creative new things.