Monthly Archives: April 2014

Reflecting on Growth

During Pre-internship I taught lessons and received feedback on them. The feedback I followed in these lessons was given orally, however, official feedback to these lessons is on the feedback page One of the suggestions I got was in law … Continue reading

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Philosophy of teaching, so far

Feedback would be nice if anyone has anything to add 🙂 My philosophy of Teaching   I believe all students can learn I believe in differentiation I believe in an inclusive classroom I believe in assessment reflecting how students learn … Continue reading

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The Last Day

Pre-internship was a wonderful, educational experience. I was sent to a school that had an unbelievable atmosphere. The students where polite, caring, and for the most part engaged in their learning and other school activities. The teachers at the school … Continue reading

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Parent Teacher interviews

In my last week of pre-internship I got the privilege of sitting in on parent teacher interviews. My cooperating teacher uses a checklist to make sure he spoke to each parent on the most important areas. I like this idea … Continue reading

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Pre-internship update

I still feel like I am learning, I’ve been having so much fun. I did not realize how much “homework” I have been doing until last night. It’s been at least 5 to 6 hours each night. Apparently the work … Continue reading

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