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...was something new and really fun. I also even had a student after my lesson come up and tell me that they “wanted me to be their teacher next year.” Overall the students seemed to have really learned from the lesson and all reacted very positively.
This classroom was such a good base for me to find my feet as a future teacher and I am so thankful for my mentor teacher and that she allowed me to be so hands on. My mentor teacher also half way through went through some personal health problems that made her have to sit a lot, this only meant that while students were working on their classroom work that I was able to walk around and observe students as well as answer questions that they have. It was a great learning opportunity for me because it really allowed me to jump in with two feet. This was such a great experience and it shaped me greatly as a future educator.
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