Today was my final day with Ms. Guaponne's class! I stayed long today as well. First, I did some homework corrections for Ms Guaponne, then I worked with two students who were behind on their rounding assignment. This was challenging because the students were clearly very tired, and struggling to focus on math. At the end of my session, students presented me with a certificate that they signed thanking me for my help... very sweet!
Today, in Ms Madsen's class, I did some puzzles and played games with students.
Today I facilitated some spelling tests for Ms Guaponne. Also, there are two student teachers from MSU now teaching in this classroom, so I am getting the opportunity to observe them.
Today, I got to play card games with some of the students of Ms. Madsen's class. I Also accompanied one student on a walk around campus.
Today I corrected some math homework for Mrs. Guaponne. I was supposed to hint to the students how they needed to amend their work, without just putting the answer in. This turned out to be a little tricky!
Today, many of Ms. Madsen's students were either doing actives by themselves on ipads , or not in the classroom. This gave me an opportunity to talk to all the teachers in that classroom.
Today in Ms Guaponne's class I led one station in a math rotation that Students were cycling through.
This was my first time working with Mrs. Madsen's High School Special Ed class. I got to meet the teachers, and have conversations with some of the students, who asked some tricky questions about college life!
Today I worked with some 2nd graders who were needed to get caught up with their math assignments.