Do you think Serge’s skills were assessed adequately? Do you think he was correctly identified as learning disabled? Why or Why not?
Devon is 44 years old and is 6 feet and 4 inches. About. The gentleman is slim and looks healthy. Based on the interview he told me that he has become good at chess and has been working to patent his own hat. Therefore he has developed his business skills and math skills.
For my interview paper, I decided to talk to my neighbor Rebecca Schwartz, who I have known for 14 years. I decided to interview her because she was an early education teacher for infants and toddlers and has experience working with an entire classroom of students with disabilities as well as experience working with a classroom with only one student with a disability. I wanted to gain insight on her experiences teaching a classroom with only one student with a disability, while the remaining classroom was non-disabled students. I would like to talk about Tyler, a deaf student with Down syndrome, and Rebecca’s experience working with him.
Many young students want to pursue a career in accounting but are still wondering whether the possibility of matching this job or not. In general, the accounting industry is considered the industry that many students including myself choose and study. Graduate, students easily find a job and have a steady income. Not only easy to find a job and a stable income, I began to choose accounting because of the peculiarity quite "comfortable" of the industry: not too demanding, picky, I just have to like working with the numbers and skills required when working with numbers. Since accounting is an indispensable part of all companies and organizations, so this is one of the best craft unemployment negligent that I want to purse.
CASA is a nonprofit that is based off of volunteer advocates who stand up for the well-being of abused and neglected children in the foster care system. The CASA volunteers are there to ensure that every foster child’s needs remain a priority in an overburdened child welfare system while searching for a safe and permanent home for the child.
I had the pleasure of interviewing one of our church parisinors, Ms. Maria. Ms. Maria is 75 years old Hispanic woman who has been a widow for the past three years. Ms. Maria was basically a stay at home Mom when her children were young and when she did work she worked as an assembly line worker. Her wages were low and her pension that she currently receives is not enough to meet her monthly needs. Her husband was the main bread winner prior to him dieing of a massive heart attack at the age of 78 while he was at work. Her husband was a cook in a resturanrt and had decied to continue to work until some of their loans were paid off. Since his death, Ms. Maria has been depressed, anxious and struggling to make ends meet and has recently been diagnosed with hypertension. Her three children live out of state a don’t get to visit often.
Using the interview guide, we interviewed Larissa, a Personal Support Worker (PSW) who works at Gary J. Armstrong (Gary J). Larissa has been working as a PSW for close to two decades and was able to provided valuable insight into her discipline. During the interview, Larissa discussed her role as PSW at Gary J and outlined the knowledge and skills required for her practice.
S is a 59 year old African-American female born and raised in Anson County who has attended several institutes of higher learning. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration from Barber-Scotia College, she later received special education teaching licensure from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Because of her love for learning, S has also taken online classes through the University of Phoenix. She has been a secondary special education teacher for three years and currently works with 8th graders at Anson Middle School.
For my In-Depth Interview paper, I chose to Interview my co-worker Senada Cufurovic whom I work with at Bank of the West. Senada finds herself culturally diverse as being from another country and culture. As long as I have known Senada from working with her for the past two years, I have never been able to get to know her background from where she came from until this opportunity to interview her came up.
want them to take classes they enjoy, which also helps keep these struggling students in school. It is really a catch 22 for a lot of these kids.” She allowed that 5th period was making a difference and teachers have been really helpful during this time. She also said that we have so many students with IEP’s that “it is overwhelming for both the EC staff and the teachers.” In looking over the SIP there are no goals that specifically address increasing these scores for EC students.
I Interviewed Morgan Browne who is the special services department chair over at Copper Canyon high school. Morgan explained that there are different levels of Response to Interventions (RTI). RTI level 1 is for the majority of the students in a classroom, tier 1 will include day to day instructions, checking for understanding, and re-teaching, which ensures that most of the students are able to access the material and to master it. Common assessments are used to see if students are able to move onto the next skill. Tier 2 is for a smaller population of students who will need more specific interventions in small groups work. Tier 3 is for students who do not quite getting the skills. Tier 3 will be where a Child find team would come together to determine if the student needs extra help and support outside of the regular general education interventions that were put into place. Students that are recommended for a child find, are students that are demonstrating a need that may require more individualized, specialized supports throughout the school day. This group will come together and consider a 504 or an IEP, data is
When we were given this assignment I was very uneasy about talking to another person about personal matters. Let alone someone who I had never had a conversation with and was of a different race and ethnicity. My interviewee's name is Micheal. He considers himself black of African American descent. He is a black 36 yr old black male. Michael was born in San Bernardino, CA. He’s an educated and a professional male who works in college. He is the father of 2 boys, happily married. His wife is considered a white woman. Michael is the second from the oldest of about 9 children. He was raised by his aunt and uncle who he very happily calls, mom and dad. They had 2 adopted children when he was taken in and then they adopted 2 more after him. He smiles
For my Success Interview, I questioned Nicole Pha. An escrow assistant at First American Title and a first-generation refugee who escaped from the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia to settle in America at the young age of 4 with her family. They had fled in the middle of the night with no belongs from their village for fear of death and slavery. Her family was originally given asylum in Baltimore and after getting settled, they moved to California to restart their lives. Mrs. Pha is now working as an escrow assistant for First American Title in Orange County making a six-figure salary while supporting her husband and two children. During my interview with Mrs. Pha, I examined the 4 core reoccurring themes of her success: Success isn’t success, sacrifice
A collateral interview was conducted with Chelsea Barnes, former nursing assistant for Ms. Leavitt father. Ms. Barnes reported that she resides in Richmond Hill, NY. She has three children 22, 19, and 8. She also indicated that she has a grandson who is 9 months old. She indicated that her children was not difficult to manage. She reported that she does not have experience handling children who are aggressive.
For my interview of a healthcare professional, I interviewed Todd Reynolds of the imaging department at Virginia Gay Hospital in Vinton, Iowa. Todd has worked at Virginia Gay for about six years and has worked in the healthcare field for almost 44 years. Due to him working in the healthcare profession for so long, I decided to interview him to find out what has made him stay in one career field for so long.