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How would your students describe you as a teacher?
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I my students describe me as their friend as well as their mother.
Teaching technic, interaction among the students.
As a teacher who focuses on student success.
Funny. Smart. Energetic. Kids generally think I am "way nicer than Mr. So-And-So". I try to discourage that but I hear it a lot.
I would say my students describe me as a teacher that is passionate, compassionate, and rigorous. Many of them have told me that I make lessons relatable and engaging, all the while making the assessments connected to them difficult to ensure that they understand the importance of the topic all the more. Many of my students, especially during my time at LTHS, have thanked me for my lessons, saying that most teachers never attempted to make history something that was worthy of knowing,.. For I always go above and beyond to find something about a certain history that would be important or interesting to most of my students.
Fully efficient and skillfull.
Caring, compassionate, funny, mean...
I take disappointment as a learning opportunity. Disappointments are natural in life if you are taking risks and moving forward. For me, it is a chance to reevaluate what I was doing, what was successful, and how I could have done things differently. I know that everything we do as teachers is process oriented and setbacks can only make us stronger. This is also how I would address disappointments with my students.
Serious, knowledgeable, fair, and old fashion funny.
Serious, knowledgeable, fair, and old fashioned funny.