She does not feel comfortable going and confronting the teacher, but the principle will not do anything to help her in the dilemma she is in. The teacher’s assistant tells herself that she has done what she is supposed to do and that got her nowhere. From now on if any situation arises like this one she will not go to the principle, but to the administration over the principle because she know believes that even if she goes to the principle she will not do anything to the teacher.
What i plan on doing in the future to prevent this in the future is think before speaking or acting out and think
reported it to the school board. The school board pointed their finger at the state. The State Board
Discussion how “words of comfort” encapsulated the books take on medicine, I feel that these words are showing us how in medicine being a caring and sympathetic health care provider is important. (Verghese, 2009) In the book relationships with patients is shown to be as important as the care they are providing. Knowing how much technology and medicine has advanced in the last years I feel that no matter how good the scientific side of it is there has to be a relationship with the health care providers and patients. It is proven that a positive relationship helps a patient recover faster. Relationships can help in many ways just having someone to talk to, give feedback, and encouragement are all way relationships are able to benefit and speed up recovery. (Brainline, 2015)
Hello, this is Toi Williams. I am a tenth grader and I attend Shepton High School. I have a big problem. My avid teacher Mrs. Turner put a zero in for Community Service Worksheet(blue sheet). She saw me, with her own eyes, put the worksheet under the turn-in bucket yesterday (11/5/2015), during block lunch. Then today (11/6/2015), she came to talk to me about my blue sheet, which was in her hand. She talked to me about how Coach Aspen signed my blue sheet in numerous spots. He signed the school event and community service section because I went to a lot of Shepton High School football games. While there, I volunteered to record he games. Mrs. Turner said that it counted, as community service. Also, on my blue stated that I am in HOSA, with
Complete Name: Unit 1 Student Name: Phifer, Christie Dawn ********************************************************************************************************** 1. Consider the qualities that mark a leader—vision, ability, enthusiasm, stability, concern for others, self-confidence, persistence, vitality, charisma, and integrity. On the basis of these 10 qualities, discuss the best leader you have ever had Student Answer: The best leader I
Case Study: Leigh Scott This case study was very interesting and relatable. This case study is about Leigh Scott a social studies teacher of 11 years and her issue about Aaron and Dale. Aaron is anger with Leigh about his grade and how another student got a higher grade at the
I knew I was in trouble when I read the words "go back to the book again, learn some more and apply your new learnings". Deep thinking was not even a phrase I had thought about in at least two years (since my last Dr. Bill class). Obviously, this book was hand picked for a reason to allow the process of deep CRITICAL thinking to take place. Go back and apply what you have learned . learn more .
Date/Type of Interaction My process recording was in a group meeting with Alana Holden at The American Heart Association of Hampton Roads. It was Saturday April 25, 2015 in the Go Red for Women Passion Committee meeting. The committee meeting involved survivors of heart attacks and strokes, as well as community members and different sponsors dedicated to the American Heart Association’s cause.
Having a crucial conversation can be difficult; however, it is essential for me to be successful in my project. I think of different ways I could approach the CNA to have this crucial conversation without any conflict and to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible, and handle the conversation in a way that will produce a better outcome. I asked the CNA to let me know when she is ready for her break, so we can take one together because I will like to talk to her about something that will improve our work relationship effectively. We went for a break, and I started the conversation by saying I would like to talk to you about some things I am noticing when we work together, I am not accusing you of anything, I just want us to talk about my observations, and I will listen to what you have to say. I explained to her about the issues in my initial post, when I started the conversation her facial expression
We continued to right are notes down considering it was friday and we did not want any homework. I luckly finished my notes in the nick of time and paige again teased me and that was it i was done i could not take in any more as Mr.Clark told us to go to are lockers. I Got up out of my seat went over to paige and dylan's seat got all up in Paige’s face and yelled” just shut up already i have had enough”. The class got all quiet i mean silent like that really awkward silence when your teacher tells you to talk but no one does .you could have heard a pin drop on the floor. Like 2 seconds later i repetitively said sorry to Paige. Paige said it was fine but i keep saying sorry even as paige got up and went to her locker finally i just stopped she accepted her apology and we walk back into the classroom and just laughed as we picked up the school supplies on the floor. We said bye and went our separate ways
Mary Ann HR director was informed On Jan. 2015 Jan Volk give me a letter on Harassment and retaliation on 2-4-2015 the letter was between my supply order Paul Fetherlin delivered. I came to the pole building upset, crying I talked to Scott Coffman. Even though Coach Lindsay Freitag said he could identify the Maintenance Employee in the room, the supplies were delivered Mary Ann Koleny said it didn't warrant harassment. This was the same day Curt had Latrobe School District employment application was in his work locker.
The Project Heart healing ceremony and film can be described by thinking of it in terms of story types. Annette Simmons suggests various story types that storytellers may choose from when attempting to lead or influence others. Simmons discusses one, the “Vision” story, in which the storyteller uses sensory detail to express an emotional appeal for a future outcome (14-17). Thus, Leslie asks residential school survivors to share their life experiences with members of their community. She does this because she has a vision that when members of the audience honor the journey of survivors by hearing their testimony, it will help all members of her community to heal. “So you see, I think of it as an amazing new beginning, where we open our
Madison Moody Response Paper 3 The crucial conversation scenario about a couple after a night out seemed point on to me about how dialect in couples can emerge after a night out drinking. Each partner told clever stories by making excuses for their own behavior brought on by their version of how the night played out. Angered perceptions of how the other partner was acting at the party resulted in the need to justify their own behavior feeling that they were each the victim that night.
Vero: Hello Dr. Marjorie. Marjorie: Hello miss. Cocca. how are you feeling today. Patient - Vero: Not very well doctor. I feel really bad. DR. \Marjorie: Why do you say that? What seems to be the problem? Vero: I have been vomiting and I have stomach ache and a headache DR. \Marjorie: Are there any other symptoms? Patient - Vero: Yes, all of my body aches and I feel weak. DR. \Marjorie: Ok. I'm going to examine you. Please take off your clothes. Come and stand down here and relax. I need to put my hands on your stomach and check your symptoms. while, tell me how long have you had this symptoms?