When students see others doing this it quickly reminds those who may have forgot that they too need to place their homework in the basket. Mr. Collet is then able to quickly see who has turned in homework and who has not. He also has provided the opportunity to each parent to purchase a daily planner; the planner allows the student to write down daily homework assignments for each class period and parents may follow up by looking at the planner nightly to ensure that the work is getting completed. Mr. Collet also allows for the students to participate in deciding what homework assignments are going to be assigned. Students get to give the opinion on what is best for them to learn from by helping Mr. Collet collectively agree upon what material they will have homework on.
Participation in the Seminar is a very important part of this course. It is the one chance that you have each week to interact with your classmates and your instructor real-time. Seminar is a great opportunity to cover course material in a fun and dynamic forum where you can discuss what you’ve learned in each unit and ask questions about topics that you don’t yet understand. Students should actively participate in each seminar. During each seminar, the instructor will be asking students lots of questions from the reading assignments, so there will be many opportunities to answer and to make additional comments or ask questions of your own.
This means remembering to do my homework, bring all my supplies, and get a good night’s sleep. In school I will try my hardest and always give one hundred and ten percent effort. I will try my hardest at everything in life but especially school. Studying and review at home is also a key to doing well in school. Also, I will take part in extracurricular events, such as clubs and sports.
Using a daily planner and prioritizing my responsibilities has helped me have the time to transition back to a student. Although every task is written, not all need to be done in the same day. Day to day activities can be very distracting but my schedule keeps me focused. Returning back to school and into the student role requires me to be successful in working in teams. Communicating with my peers helps me trusting in my team mates to be active in the learning experience.
Ethical Leadership Field-Based Shadowing Ann Webb Ethical Leadership Field-Based Shadowing For my first internship field-based activity, I chose to learn about the administrative role by shadowing the elementary principal for an entire day. Going into this activity, I expected the principal to routinely be involved with student discipline, field questions from staff members, and spend a majority of the day completing tons of necessary paper work. It was not long into this process that my prospective began to change. After answering numerous calls and greeting students arriving on the bus, the principal stopped to write a short thank you note and a birthday greeting to two staff members. This action made me realize that
The information will help me get through my school and finish assignments on time. Also it will help me manage my time and stay on top of all of my classes. Getting through my first year at college will be hard but if I stay organized and focused I will reach my goals and succeed. To be a better student I need to seek extra help and use the resources on campus more often. I need to set goals in each one of my classes and stay focused and put my school work first.
I am going to use some techniques described in this section such as scheduling early classes, studying in between classes and when I am studying, actually focusing. This quarter my latest class starts at 9 a.m., and my earliest class is 8 a.m. This already shows how I put this section into effect. I plan on scheduling my classes early like this for the rest of my college career that way I can get an early start every day. I try to study in between my classes during my two hour breaks on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays so I don’t fall behind in my schoolwork.
This week evaluation I scored all fours in the four groupings which make a lot of senses because I carry a share of every single one. When constructing an approach to any task, my mind begins to flow in overload analyzing with extreme precaution. Alternatively, at times I tend to be organized and love to plan before taking a chance. For example my educational priorities must have a certain structure such as posting in thread every two days, studying in between in a timely fashion. My communication skills are unbiased for that reason I am to able to participate and become a leader in organizations at school.
I could have taken a year off from school if I wanted, but I took the challenge of gaining many new responsibilities, which help me grow as an adult each day. I have met many new people coming into this school more than I ever thought I would. My teachers are very diverse, and it is a lot of hard work adapting to different teaching habits. One person I can really say that has helped me through all these different obstacles would have to be my friend Maranda. Yes, we have known each other before attending college but this transitioning stage in life has really opened my eyes to my own reality.
That particular activity help me a lot in discovering where I am at, and which steps I have to overcome before I reach my target. After I did my goal's paper I have now a clear picture of how hard i need to study and work in order to complete them all. Another technique I learned in order to achieve my goal's is to plan my time wisely, I am doing that by using a calendar to write everything out. It gets me to know exactly what I have planned next day, during the week, after school, or on weekends. Managing my time, setting up my goals , and also planning out and completing my daily activities will definitly facilitate attain my academic desire.