Before school started this year, I participated in the Common Ground program as a ground crew member. During the weeklong event, I had the opportunity to not only introduce the incoming freshmen to Fremont, but to each other as well. Each day consisted of various activities, led by myself, the other ground crew members, and the adult facilitators of the program. The activities included multiple small group discussions that were focused on breaking down stereotypes in order to make the Fremont community more tolerant, as well as games meant to allow for the freshmen to discuss issues such as gender, friendship, and ethnicity. My tasks varied from introducing students with common interests to each other to make sure everyone had someone to sit
Post-IPPE Reflection Assignment Julia Noh How do your critical factors align with the roles that were portrayed by your IPPE-3 Clinical Instructors throughout the past two weeks? What specific activities did you engage in during IPPE-3 that capitalized upon your critical factors?
To be perfectly honest my recollection of Comp 121 is a little foggy, i took the course roughly a year and a half ago and during my first semester and it was one of my first college level courses. From what i can recall it was a interesting and enjoyable, The professor Jacob Sherlock is no longer with the school, but was a professional writer along with a life-long lover and student of the written word. We regularly discussed current events and the class wide give and take of various ideas and viewpoints was truly enlightening and are easily amongst my most enjoyable and memorable college experiences. In particular i vibrantly recall a passionate debate on gun-control which was to be frank, dominated by a extremely Conservative former Army
GPP3O: Summative C: Course Reflection: I decided to take GPP3O because of my interest in teaching and the science behind living a healthy life. I hoped that peer tutoring in a food and nutrition class would give me the chance to experience a teacher-like role in a class partially related to my field of interest. My expectations were met and I enjoyed a semester of growth as a tutor, as I also watched the tutees around me grow and learn. Throughout the course I have made connections with students and become a better leader, all while learning new things about myself and others.
LD is a thirteen year-old Haitian -American seventh grader who is enrolled in the 7th grade General Education program at Middle School 500. She lives in a large household that is comprised of her paternal grandmother, her father, younger brother, aunt, the aunt’s boyfriend, along with her aunt’s two children ages 2 and 4. LD was referred for counseling by her Guidance Counselor due to conflicts in the home with her grandmother and aunt. The source of LD’s problem stems from her grandmother’s strong ties to Haitian culture and traditions. Although LD was initially referred for family problems, the dynamics of LD’s situation changed when her grandmother died suddenly before the holidays. As a result, the focus of LD’s sessions was changed
Upon entering into Barry University (B.U.), I was an insecure black African- American woman full of passion coupled with a myriad misconceptions of what I thought social work consist of. However, during my two years as a undergrad student I learned that those misconceptions had kept me stagnant in facing
The session was open by the Lynne Thomas, Chief Executive Officer. According to Lynne, in order to be part of the workforce, students should to be reliable and have personal value and volunteer. Lynne also encouraged students to be part of the networking in order to be recognized. Ann Li, a RHIA who graduated in 2015, gave her testimony on being a student and volunteer. Her being part of the student leadership committee opened up many doors to her carrier so, she did encourage us student to be engage and be known by joining the
Looking back at project 3, I felt very happy with the essay I produced. I am not one to enjoy writing since I usually do not feel very confident in my writing. I felt the work I produced through project 3 was one of my best. I put a lot of effort into this essay and it showed in my final draft. With this being said, after comparing my essay to the rubric I gave myself a 3.64 overall on this project for many reasons. This essay in no means was perfect, but I learned from my strengths and weaknesses.
If there was anything I learned last year as a freshman is that the path towards medical school can be mentally deprecating. The classes I took last year challenged my intelligence and mostly challenged my confidence. It is easy to give in to pressure and your own insecurities, especially as an African American entering a career field that is underrepresented by people who reflect you and your struggles. It is trying and a constant battle to empower yourself.
Throughout the quarter in UWP 1, I have learned that good writing takes time and multiple drafts to develop. In all of my assignments, I have revised and made at least 3 drafts before submitting the final. With each draft, I noticed improvement in focusing on one main topic. For
Throughout this semester at GTCC I have been learning so many new and interesting things. I have especially learned much about the nursing program. I learned what the requirements are o get in the program, what is expected from nursing students, what classes to take, and most importantly what steps
The reason that I enrolled into the introduction to writing course, or WRTG 101, is because it is required in order to receive my degree. I actually tried to avoid this course by completing the college composition exam through the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP); unfortunately, the University of Maryland University College’s (UMUC) credit by examination guidelines still require that students take WRTG 101, even if they get a qualifying score(“College Level Examination Program”, 2016). My writing skills were good enough to complete the exam with a qualifying score, so I definitely considered myself pretty good at writing. Before taking WRTG 101, my writing skills were decent, but now I feel more capable of applying the writing process,
CPSW did supervised visit for Mr. Stark on October 14th, October 18th, and October 27th. Ms. Mauer attended each supervised visit with her child Kaison and she has been very interactive and affectionate with her child Kasion. Currently, Ms. Mauer has been offered supervised visits by the FITS twice a
On June 8, 2015, I did my practicum under my supervise Mrs. Donna DeLucca. Mrs. DeLucca discussed the rules and guidelines of the Louisiana Rehabilitation Services. Also, my daily routine includes review case material, process referrals, case finding, and clerical work, answer phone calls that she receives from her clients and vendors.. Also, I have to check her voice messages twice in the morning and during lunchtime.
09/27/16 - Phone conversation between CW Caseworker Dwayne YUNKER, Supervisor MIKE ROBINSON, Branch Manager NAN SILVER and GAO.