Category Archives: Student Teaching

Discussions related to my experience as a student teacher at my placement, a secondary school in the area, where I teach math.

SMART Board Makes Me Feel DUMB

My CT has a very impressive, high-tech gizmo in her classroom called a SMART board.  It is part LCD projector, projection screen, and touch-sensitive writing surface, all integrated together for some cool ways to deliver instruction, review problems, and get … Continue reading

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“Oh, My God! I feel so smart!”

“Oh, My God!  I feel so smart!” shouted a female student in 3rd period AP Stats class today, since she was so happy that she correctly answered two questions in a row during a group activity.  It was great to … Continue reading

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“Should I test him out?”

Today, my supervisor conducted his second formal observation of my student teaching for my credential.  Since tomorrow is an end of marking period final exam, today focused entirely on review: proportions and equations of a line.  My time in front … Continue reading

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