This is me, one of my professors from Waldorf College, and the group of student teachers for this past semester. We were so different–Vocal Music Education, Instrumental Music Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Math, and me, Secondary English Ed. Continue reading
Yesterday marked the first full week without my middle schoolers.
It’s crazy how you get so attached to the little guys in such a short time. 🙂 🙁 Continue reading
A powerful skill for students to be able to master, especially by eighth grade, is the ability to reflect and synthesize information. As students finished out their units on perseverance (Hunger Games for my section) my co-teachers and I wanted to create a final reflection to see how they connected their novels, people they researched, and collaborative discussions. Continue reading