|Educ G 203 | |Influential Teacher Paper | |[Michelle May | |17 September 2012] | | | The Teachers that have Impacted My Life As I have gone through the school system, I have met a few teachers who have made an impact on my life. Thanks to their dedication, I have now been inspired to further my education and become a teacher myself. I obviously grew up being in the classroom taught by teachers but since my mom is a speech language pathologist I have also seen school from the teacher’s perspective. For as long as I can remember, I have loved helping her in her classroom. From coloring to lesson plans, I enjoy it all.
Mrs. Bonnie Ramsey Hailey Whittington Dolby Elementary School EDUC 329 WH Fifth Grade Science September 7, 2012 10:15 – 10:45 a.m. 30 minutes For today’s class, Mrs. Ramsey reviewed the past week’s science lesson with her students. She started out by opening a review flip chart on the promethean board. I helped out by controlling the computer so that she could sit with her students. Next, she explained to the students that their class period today would consist of a review so that they can prepare for their upcoming test. She then went through the flip chart with her students, constantly calling on volunteers to help her answer questions.
The members of my church community have provided me with the support and encouragement to achieve my goals. In addition, my peers in the church community through their hard work and successes have encouraged me to pursue my own goals. They have served as role models for me and I hope that I can serve as a role model for the next generation. Being involved in both my school and church communities has stimulated my academic and personal growth by the presence of role models in the community, the high expectations, and the encouragement that I received as a part of both. I have become a better student, a better thinker, a better leader, and a more mature
At present, he is in a self -contained class and participates in general education specialty classes. Goals and Objectives: Goal: Jacob will begin to utilize social services in an order to gain positive direction in decision making at all times while on school grounds. Objectives: Jacob will meet with the Social worker every morning twenty minutes before the start of the school day, and will be encouraged to complete four out of five conflict resolution exercises verbally. He will be given a minimum of three bad choices per week which don’t
Both can relax. Waking up before 6:00 a.m. is not necessary. Furthermore, students do not need to worry about any school work. Not only does the body need to relax, but the mind needs its rest in order for new information to be stored. Although students can be less productive during breaks, people need to
Some academics come naturally to students and if they are outnumbered by those that don’t comprehend the lesson, then they may receive a poor grade. In the same manner if a student is outnumbered by intellectual student then they would receive a grade they did not earn. I have seen a few children in the classroom who can read really well and it would not be fair to those few students if they received a low grade because the majority of the class does not know how to read well yet. Another downside to group grading is that sometimes you find that some people work harder than others. In college as well as in kindergarten you find students that put forth no effort, when this happens you have students who are going to have to work harder to pick up the slack.
High school relationships can easily have a positive and negative effect on the success of students. Friends can help each other with school work or they can distract and slow each other down, it depends on the student’s personality. It would be very difficult to be a high school student if you had a negative attitude towards school, because you would not be dedicated enough to complete homework, or to hand assignments in on time. A lack of sleep and nutrition makes it difficult for students to function fully during class, to succeed you must be wide awake and ready for each class. Extra-curricular activities are a good way for students to get even more involved with school, and usually give students a positive reputation.
I finally felt like a normal child once I knew how to read and could keep up with the class. Reading will most likely be the thing that has had a huge impact on my everyday life. In the past when I was little I didn’t think reading was very important for my life, and I also didn’t like to read. In second grade my family and I discovered that I have mild dyslexia. It was very hard to deal with in school because I got confused very easily in anything that had to do with reading or writing.
Schools should lower the amount of homework given to students to help improve overall grades, help students participant in more extracurricular activities, and more time to get a better night of sleep. After seven hours of non-stop classes, the last thing a student wants to do is sit at a desk for another couple of hours to do more schoolwork. Homework does help students to comprehend and understand what they are learning in school, yet the average school kid can tell you there is nothing exciting about the countless hours of hard work they have to put it. In lowering the amount of homework students will be able to get more sleep and have more time to participate in extracurricular activities. If students don’t understand the material in class what makes you think going home to do more work is going to help.
How to be Good in College Mathematics: Math is not a good subject for anyone but you should better work on it sothe people who need help they can keep their grades higher instead of failing a test / math quiz. For some people, I think it is very hard for them to get practice and work on math problems. It is sometime so frustrating for some students to focus on it. Well, I have some steps for students who really want to work on it and do better in Math. Steps: Practice your Math questions: If you have nothing to do or no homework just try to work on math problems for an hour or so, because there is a saying that “Practice Makes Perfect."