She was unapologetic about treating her students, especially her honors ones, like adults. She was strict about plagiarism and demanded our full efforts. Within our social studies curriculum, she found ways to infuse valuable life lessons and talk
Through twelve years of school the teacher that stands out is my band teacher, Amanda Posey. She made me a better person, helped me grow up, and taught me many skills that I will use. She has made a positive impact and difference on my life. Posey has a passion for teaching music, teaches life lessons, and challenges her students making her an amazing teacher.
I interviewed Mrs. Long, Conner’s kindergarten teacher. I felt Mrs. Long to be a very caring and full of life type of teacher. She did well at keeping the kids
In my thirteen years of schooling I have studied under more than fifty teachers, all of which have dropped a coin or two into my academic piggy bank. But, when I think of a person who has had an important influence on my life, one name stands out in my mind more than others: Mrs.Cox. This woman was one of a kind! As both my second and third grade teacher, Mrs.Cox had two full years to fill my head with the wonders of science, math, reading, and writing. Within this time frame she taught me with strategies I had never seen before and ultimately helped me gain an in-depth understanding of the core subjects in a way that made me realize that with unwavering focus and commitment I could master anything I was given.
So far this year in 8th grade is not really that bad. I thought the first week the teachers weren't going to hold off and we were going to get a ton of homework. Fortunately I was wrong and also glad that the teachers understood that we were still getting used to the new hallway, new classes, and new way of doing things. I really enjoyed going back to the paper copies of agendas because nobody ever used the online ones and now both me and my parents know what I must have done. For the record this school year is off to a great start in my books and I hope other students can stay the
The beginning of fourth grade was a simple year. Had friends, was school treasurer of the entire Jefferson elementary, and had three great friends. My main teacher was Mrs. Paris, a teacher that got me into shape. No, I wasn’t fat or anything, it’s just that I had a chatty mouth and always got into trouble. As a role model to the school I had to behave better and Mrs. Paris made me.
Freshman year is quite a change from the way you live in high school. One of the largest changes of which was fiscal responsibility and expenses of being a student. There were 3 main expenses that I incurred throughout my freshman year that I likely should have put more thought into budgeting. The first expense was food, I'm 6'4" so I eat a lot of food and never realized how expensive it is to buy groceries myself. Some freshman do a campus meal plan for their food expenses, which can be quite costly (upwards of $1000 a semester), and some people decide to cook in their dorms. Another major expense is textbooks or course materials, some of these books can have a price tag of more than $200 a piece. Many students, including myself, chose to
Ms. Hoskins is a lovely teacher and a lovely person. I can go to her for everything even though she was a new teacher. I love her and I know she loves me. She cares for everyone and really wants to see the best in everyone. She has influenced my by showing me that I can get through out the hard times. I can fix things on my own. She has taught me that confidence is key.
7th grade is very difficult and very fun at the same time. It is filled with teacher that push you to your limits. Also, people expect more from you and you get less privileges than you should have. 7th grade is much different than I thought and very hectic. We have to do more homework for each class and we have less time to do it. It is also very dramatic because the girls are very annoying and take everything way too seriously.
The teacher that made the biggest impact in my life was Mrs. Marn. She was an extremely caring teacher, she did not like watching her students fail. She made sure that everyone had everything they needed to be successful. She was, I believe, one of the best English teacher Brooklyn Center High School has ever had. Her passion for books were out of this world. She talked about authors as if though she has met them. She reminded me of a hippie in some sorts. She was very open with us and I was close to her. She was my teacher for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade. I read, The Catcher in The Rye in her class and she tore that book up piece by piece, explaining every motive and how innocence is huge part of that book. She was my teacher for the college in the schools’ courses that I took. I felt like I failed her in those classes, she expected way more of me and I did not perform to
Time was not an issue to this woman; we would spend three days on one problem so that everyone would understand it. She really took her time. She did not want us to learn the stuff then forget it the next day. Most teachers are just worried about people passing their class. Mrs. Young wanted the best for us. Not only was she a good person, but she had a way of getting information down to our level where we could understand it. If it were not for her, I might be in the gutter somewhere.
Yes all A’s, the rest of the year i am going for all A’s and B’s. Because im am currently failing the 8th grade my first and second quarter. I had below a 2.0 because I had came into 8th grade. Like it was going to be a breeze and let me tell you now. It is not is very difficult it is not going to be a breeze.
My favorite teacher, Mrs. Messina, was awesome in many ways. She was kind and was very considerate.She did not give me lots of homework. She still found a way to fully teach us. I also thought she was nice and considerate because she sometimes let us have naps and food.
In the sixth grade, I had Mrs. Adams; she was so much fun and amusing. She was a really good teacher and we did many activities to help us learn. Then I had Mrs. Teresco. She was the funniest teacher I ever had at S.M.I. She joked around and made everything she taught fun. I had Mr. Jensen for all of middle school. With Mr. Jensen, my class always had deep and interesting conversations about random topics. Finally I had Miss Baker as my teacher and we played a vocab game. It was a ball with words on it and when it was thrown to someone they had say the definition of the word their thumb landed on. My class loved playing that game because they liked to see what words people would get out on. For two years she had to put up with all the chaos my class made. In fact, all my teachers had to put up with the upheaval my class created in their
One of the things I learned about Mrs. Sandy was that she loved teaching. She made up fun songs and stories to help us memorize formulas. Mrs. Sandy never failed to greet us with a “Hello Doll-baby” or a “Good Morning Darling”. She treated us as her children and loved