My Education Experience
This is a series of entries I am doing about the path I took towards becoming a teacher in college to where I ultimately decided not to become a teacher. The link to all the entries is at the bottom of this entry here. This is the second entry. When I entered a Loyola orientation back in June of... Sign in to see full entry.
In an article in the Baltimore Examiner (link enclosed at the end of this entry), Sara Michael wrote in “School officials solve stomachaches by scheduling playtime before lunch” about how some Maryland schools have made recess occur before lunchtime, thus cutting down on stomachaches. For me this... Sign in to see full entry.
Remember the days when whipping out the overhead projector was enough to be considered technology proficient in the classroom? Those days are long gone with new gadgets and computer programs at the disposal of teachers today. My aim with today’s entry is to discuss three pieces of technology I have... Sign in to see full entry.
In the early part of the spring semester Dad had asked me if I would be interested in tutoring the niece of the Rolfing specialist he goes to in French (the person in question is going to a local community college). I had said sure but nothing came of it. Dad is a busy guy, and with all of the car... Sign in to see full entry.
I intended to do an entry yesterday, but a 102.7 degree temperature got in the way. I feel much better now though I will be spending the next day or two laying around doing nothing. Good thing typing is not a physical activity. # At the end of every semester at Loyola we students do anonymous... Sign in to see full entry.