In her classroom her students get evaluated three times a yea... ... middle of paper ... ... and certain traditions that come with the holidays. For example, when it was Abraham Lincoln birthday she explained to her students how he was an important person in history and she read to her students a story about Abraham Lincoln. She feels that it is important for her classroom to have diversity. In Teacher ones classroom she mentions the way she meets with the parents for conferences and open houses is through communication. For the parent conferences it is optional three times a year this is to review the student’s progress within the classroom.
educational HORIZONS, 81(4), 1-5. Retrieved from http://www.pilambda.org/horizons/v81-4/books.pdf Valdez, G. (2005). Critical issue: Technology: A Catalyst for teaching and learning in the classroom. Retrieved June 4, 2010, from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/technlgy/te600.htm
A few weeks later, I opened my own private studio at age 13 with two students. In 2010, I was awarded “Most Dedicated Young Piano Teacher” by my teacher's district teaching association. After practicing with the choir and teaching my first 30-minute lesson, I knew I wanted to teach and direct for the rest of my life. After finalizing my occupational goal, I noticed I was engrossed in life’s routine. With Homecoming activities approaching, my role as Student Council President increased to include more meetings and late nights preparing a fun filled week for the entire student body.
As the homeroom teacher, the teacher spends an additional thirty minutes with this first grade class. Students see the science teacher during breakfast and morning meeting. The class then was able to have more time to discuss and review homework expectations. This homeroom has three Latin American students, one of which is an English Language Learner, and twenty African American students. Students receive a weekly homework packet at the end of every Monday.
Analysis of the underlying logic of action and evidence from empirical studies show that developing Professional Learning Communities within schools can lead to increas... ... middle of paper ... ...Nelson, T. H. (2009). Teachers' collaborative inquiry and professional growth: Should we be optimistic? Science Education , 93 (3), 548-580. Phillips, J. (2003).
Experience #1 My experienced on Reynaldo Garza Elementary went pretty well and it was my first time actually collaborating with a school counselor. I arrived at the school at 8:15 a.m. and went to the main office to wait for Mrs. Laura Estrada. She was already at the school, but she was in a meeting with Mr. Torres the Principal. She came to meet me in person at the office for the first time and she told me to wait couple minutes because she was responsible for a section of the announcement for that day. She mentioned that she had to announce the character of the day due to being Martin Luther King’s Day.
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Competency based questions For each of the following questions, please give a specific example that relates to how you have developed your skill in this area. The word limit is a maximum of 200 words per question. Question 1: Describe a time when you have worked as part of a team. What role did you play and what challenges did you overcome? In the last year of my schooling in grade 12, I was given a task along with three other boys to visit all the junior classes and collect information from the juniors about how the school teachers have helped them outside their classrooms and what extra had the faculty done that year to help the students.
Observation Observer:Valmire Korqaj Date:04.12.2013 Class:VII Teacher:Miranda Agaj The class that I observed was also seventh class in Public school “Deshmoret e Kombit” with the same teacher Miranda Agaj. In this class were 30 pupils,eighteen boys and twelve girls. As always before the lesson started I talked with the teacher about what she was going to teach that day. The lesson started at 8.20am.When we entered in the class all pupils greeted us and they saw me they just looking and talked with each other who is this girl. At the first the teacher wrote in the diary the lesson plan,she asked if someone missed,but all the pupils were present.
According to the Student Success Initiative (SSI) 2012-2013 manual, the 81st Texas Legislature in 2009 made changes to their 1999 policy, requiring 5th and 8th grade students to “demonstrate proficiency” on the reading and mathematics section of their tests by their third administration. Additionally, the Grade Placement Committee (GPC) can approve advancement based on grades, standardized test scores and teacher recommendation. With this in mind, the 2013-14 sixth grade students at an elementary school in Ector County Independent School District (ECISD) recently completed their fifth grade SSI mandated assessments. Approximately 55% of the 120 students successfully passed the math section of the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) with three attempts. Accelerated instruction, as required per SSI policy, followed each of the three attempts, to include tutorials after school, on Saturdays and during the summer.