In return, the students were able to work individually and explore multiple solutions to the assignment. Each child’s artwork looked different and unique which made the assignment worthwhile and exciting. I think it is important for art teachers to allow students to fully explore and investigate. Bolin makes a point that questions are a large part of everyday life and that essential questions can often lead to many more thought-provoking questions and
In addition, I want to be able to use my experience and skills for effort into leading the band through competition season and achieving the goals that our band has set for each year. This position is definitely going to be a learning experience, just by trying-out, but receiving it will be a learning experience as a leader. I think the position will teach me how to gain confidence and learn to speak publicly about my thoughts in a positive way. Personality wise, I think it will teach me to be a better-rounded and speak to everybody in the band and get to know people better. I also think this position will teach me how to balance fun and work time to benefit the band.
I always wanted it to be the most creative project in our class, so I would volunteer to construct the project. I would take in the ideas of all the members of our group, and I would come up ideas that everyone would agree with. I never came up with an idea and told the others in the group how it was going to be. I believe my experiences tie in with servant leadership because a group needs a leader to encourage all ideas and collaborate them into one. I try to ensure trust within the group and give them confidence that the project will be great.
Most art historians at some point describe fully and accurately their objects of study in order to communicate their ideas about them. You may already have found this tendency helpful in reading your textbook or other assigned readings. Second, your instructors realize that you are not accustomed to scrutinizing objects in this way and know that you need practice doing so. Instructors who assign formal analyses want you to look—and look carefully. Think of the object as a series of decisions that an artist made.
I also take art classes to develop my existing skills in art as well as work on new ones. So far for all four years of high school, I’ve made it a goal to learn a style of art or an artistic skill that I’ve never known before. For these four years, my goal has been met. Finally the most important reason I take art classes is because my parents have always been proud of the paintings, drawings, sculptures, and other pieces that I would bring home each year. I strive to make my parents proud of me.
J. Steven Tefertiller EDU 210, Module 7 Aug 1, 2012 Kara Bullock As a future social studies teacher, I want to be remembered for being the artist who paints a picture of history like they could never have imagined so students can see the many facets of history they had not seen before. I want to be the scientist who can teach them how to think and then watch it happen. I want to be remembered for being flexible, yet firm. I will make an impact on every student I get to meet. I will make an impact on my students and profession by believing and teaching that every student has value, that every student is important as a miracle of life, and a miracle to life.
• A copy of the summer assignment and rubric WILL BE posted on the MHS website, www.msd3.org/mhs. * Your summer assignment is due the first day of school. To ensure success, please follow the steps and directions below. 1. Read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
On Wednesday, January 30, I was able to observe another English teacher at Helix High School. This time, I sat in on Julie McGuffin’s sophomore Honors English class. During this particular class session, McGuffin’s students were just beginning to draft their first essay—a response to how media influences teenagers. The students started off by watching a 60 Minutes episode about the effects of advertising on teenagers. Earlier in the week, they had read various articles on this topic.
It’s always comforting and reassuring when you can count on that person no matter the circumstances are. Professionalism is something often overlooked. It is a quality we can all use to succeed in life. Professionalism is something not exclusive to anyone’s profession. It has its own code of ethics.
In my belief that students to become successful they must be equipped with all the necessary skills that are vital to surviving college or in high school There are certain competencies, skills, and habits that students must develop to become a successful. In my opinion this reading about “A Guaranteed path to success” is very true and dependable advice for student to become successful in school. Talk to your professor, reading everything and do assignments on time. First, talking with your professor is a great way to start a class. At the very first class of the semester, get to class early.