...First the things that need doing: new antibiotics, treatments for cancer, better construction materials; every new substance a puzzle to solve, the pieces being known molecules and processes. Learn the names of the pieces, their properties, the methods for linking them together, and feel the exc... (read more)
...The corps members and I conducted in-class instructional support, push-in lessons, pull-out lessons, and after school activities. Beyond classroom material, we prioritized building personal relationships with the students. Since Frayser is a high-crime area, we wanted to make sure that students felt safe and welcomed at school. (read more)
...I believe that every student can excel, but not everyone learns in the same way, or at the same pace. It often takes time and patience to learn something new. Topics build on each other, especially in mathematics. (read more)
...I focus on building a solid understanding of the big concepts and encouraging my students to develop a sense of the reasonableness of their results; both can really help out when a little math or decoding skill sometimes gets in the way of getting the "book answer."
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