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4/2/2015 17:01:31scaffolding: let students play with a model to cement answersinstant feedback for lasting records of formative assessmentstranslate key words, use many visualsRespect and collaboration with studentsthrough collaboration and buy inengage and incentivizepuzzles and problem solving teaserscounterintuitive examples and modelsi engage and relate to studentsi am still working on classroom controli really like <insert aspect> from your mission statementto become an excellent teachermade an impromptu modeldfrsolutions.com (not about me)i'd be happy to. first...i try to keep them informed about exciting things we are doing and positive aspects of their child's performancei introduce opportunities for learning in everyday lifeFIRST robotics, NOSB, other science/tech activitiescomparing astrology to astronomy using computer planetariumrainbow cylinder did a great job engaging 8th gradersmake it fun and interestingclear rules & structure but relaxed and friendlybring passion and real world experience to classroomby helping me strengthen my teaching skillsmake a sense of mystery about the answer to a puzzleby learning new techniquesworked examples, easily accessible formulae and explanationsaapt membercsun science education program and student teachingi love science and i love teaching scienceby using a number of different examples and models of somethingstudents working with physical modelsi like working in interesting collaborationspassionate engaged inventiveconstellations and starsGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!talk about extracurriculars
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3/29/2012 20:30:20Active learning, teaching to multiple modalities, VARKOverhead, PowerPoint, Docu-cam, interactive programsVisual Aids, Repetition, group work, guided reading Structure, routine, respect, consistency, fairness, order, good class managementTeachers, parents, home environment, working together, learning cultural differences, supporting each other, Relevancy, games, positive reinforcement, reward system, students need to feel they matter, know student namesconcept maps, graphic organizers, cooperative learning, analogies, metaphors, questioningdemonstrations, activity, repetition, poling, brainstorming, modelsDedicated, patient, respectful, organization, open-minded, positiveShy, overly critical of self, Excellence, creative, inspiring educatorhttps://sites.google.com/site/trialsitea1/Parent letter, conferences, website, email openended questions, encourage, choices, opportunity, stimulate, resources sporting events, competitions, performances, field trips, tutoringLab stations, chemcial reactions, indicatorsWitches Brew - Acid/Base indicatorsinteresting, fascinating, important, relevantTutoring a failing Algebra student after school in the library. She turned her F into a C and was one of the reason I decided to become a teacher.Structured, routines,.rules, consistency, fairness, non-verbal cues, supportiveCreative, collaborative, dedicated, team-player, reliableIndependent Science Fair Project assignmentPlanning, reflecting, improving, experience, mastery, Differentiation, activities, diverse, representative, relative, OrganizationBA Biology, Student Teacher, school librarian, tutor, Education, learning, students, helping, sharing, caringActivities, interactive, models, visual aids, cartoons, independent, collaborativeYou would see students learning either independently or collaboratively - while demonstrating well managed classroom behavior.collaborative, helpful, creative, reliable, dedicatedEager, dedicated, determined, passionateBird Beak Adaptation - Natural SelectionGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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3/30/2012 18:24:49discrepant eventsElmo/computer to LCD Projectordiagrams to show conceptsobvious organizationseeing it modeled and expected of themone-on-one talks, asking about goalsguided questions, asking whyreleased CST questions as warmupdesire to transmit knowledge, ability to simplify/explain conceptsplanning, lack of repertoire of lessonscollegial atmosphere, shared desire to teachto become an inspiring teacherPrePact video turned into full review session instead of planned lessonhttps://sites.google.com/site/sed521finalprojectbykevindixon/ChemistryParticipate in parent conferencesDiscuss implications of their ideasChemistry ClubConservation of Mass LabLighting Methane bubbles enthusiasmone-on-one talk workedfairly loose, funenthusiasm for sciencecontinue to learn/hone teaching craftleft open questions to follow up following lessoncontinuing education, possible Masters in Teachingmatch reading level ZPDCalifornia Science Teachers AssociationCSUN after 22 years in industryuh, I love science, always have...offer extra credit challenges to advanced learnersperhaps worksheets practicing the direct lesson, me helping. yes. I share anything I havefun, knowledgeable, humble, learning, caringstoichiometry powerpoint, worksheetsGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!be enthusiastic!
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4/9/2012 15:18:58what in the world, quickwrite, collaborative documentsjigsaw reading, graphic organizermobility, visual inputproactive discussiongames, give students ownershippuzzles and problems, discussionsdiscrepant events, kinesthetic activitiesrapport with studentsfavor student choices/freedom over disciplineschool vision and mission, students and staffto keep on learningexperiment failed, used it to teachhttp://sites.google.com/site/grizzledscienceguy7th grade life scienceletters home, weekend events, science news announcementsteach strategies and provide practice opportunitiesenvironmental/servicestudents turned lead into goldfloating coke vs. diet to teach densitysmiles, laughter, enthusiasm,self-deprecating humorcommunicated high expectations and he respondedguide but don't controlmost students WILL pass my classchallenge w/ ELs and SESGive students an ecosystem to manage/saveoutwards from the waist (science conventions)Slightly above student reading levelNABT, Noyce ScholarCSUN, Ivan, Norm, Mira, J-Lombpassionate about learning and the environmenttrade books and other choices of inputdiscussions and dialogueVery independent but support team goalsenthusiastic, adventurous, resourceful, flexible, concernedChargaff's rules inferred from dataGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Have 5 questions to ask your interrogator
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4/9/2012 22:07:58vocabulary development chart, graphic organizers class data collection on labs, surveyvocabulary development chart, think-pair share neatness, students work and classroom expectations posted on wallteacher's inner respect and passion, modeling, building a community extra credits, participation in groups, being consistent about expecationsinquiry, leading the students toward the answer by analyzing, synthesizing, collecting data, free response questionsquestions before revealing the answer, taboo gamescaring, patient, treat the student as a whole not just addressing issues, sensitive to people's needsaccpet late work and end up grading till latesafety, sense of community builtto be a more effective educator, masters in science If I don't know an answer to a student's question, I say " I don't know, let me look that up and get back to you."KatrinKahensed514 Biology fisrt day survey, parents weekly email listsdirect them to help their lab partners, complete homework, ask for help when needed, afterschool tutoring field trips, museums, sports gameVAriations in populations, the students learned that genes and mutations are responsible for variations One of the members from each groups responsible of how the lab is conducted, while others are working on their graphing and math skillscommend students rembering prior knowledge, include my personal interest trips that I go and take pictures of. encourage them to put their inspiration into action, learn more about the student as a whole, relate content matrial to real-life expereincesget the students' attention before any teaching event, cheatiing and use of personal electronics will not be tolerated. engage parents to maintain a triangular relationship between teachers/administration, students, and paretnshands-on-experiments, students' learning through engagement hands-on-experiments, group presentations, linking evidences from reflecting on each lesson every day, evaluations from students, talking to colleagues, attending professional science conferencesReadibilty, grade-level readingon-going molecular cell research, role of greenhouse gas effects conferencesWrite a semester and lesson plan for evey day of the week, teach the states standards, know the community that I am serving stimulate students minds, pass-on what I know to the next generation so that they would be able to do the same and perform at the next level (college level) Based on IEP needs, English Language Learners, reflections, formative/informative/summative assessments students are learning in structured interactions, hands-on-experiments hands-on-experimentsYes, I contribute to team-efficay. Everyone contributes to a leadership team by their unique talents collaborating to increase teaching and learning, caring, knowledgeable, organized, life-long learner, effective team-playerNAtural Selection lab Greet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!always feel and think positive about yourself
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4/10/2012 17:43:06physical activity, computer simulation, PowerPoint, doc-reader, online simulationshort words/phrases and visualsrespect, safety, small class sizesby being shown respectexplaining how student's control their own gradesasking "why/how" questions, demonstrating itswitching up techniques oftenholding students accountable for work, giving opportunitiesUsing technology (website - smart phones)impact adolescents in community for betterteach Life science/biology, marine biology classgiving additional examples, drawing diagramshttps://miss-novak.wikispaces.com/biology?sign forms/progress report, call homegive practice, demonstrateBible club, environmental clubNatural Selection in Action - collecting datatwisting rope for DNA twisting/Chromosome coilingGet excited about biology myself!Explained how his grade "worked"respectful, kind, non-shouting, funteam-worker, student-encourager, idea sharerIt will give me a job??demonstrate, think aloud, puzzle solvingprofessional development, research/implement new techniquesreadability for students, variety of assessmentHuh?BS in Zoology, Credential from CSUNI <3 Biology, love seeing kids learnKinestetic demonstrations, lecture, reading assignments, artistic assignmentsDispatch, activity/lecture chunk, review assignment, dismissalYes, I play on teams, work well with othersconsistant, fair, knowledgeable, fun, adventurous Light tricks demo - light as wavesGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!sit up straight, brush teeth
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4/10/2012 22:26:04discrepant eventsElmo projector, simulationsfront-load vocabulary, root wordspositive, community, openask how you would like to be treatedspark curiosityinquiry based labsreal life examplespositive, enthusiastic, organized, knowledgeabletoo nice, sensitive to rude commentsgood ratingsMaster's, teach high school sciences, partner with research Universities to promote science educationafter formative assessment went over concept more?class website, update grade portalscaffolding, have students write their own questions to answerafter school tutoring, artexothermic/ endothermic labdipping flower in liquid nitrogen and breaking itinclude relevant news and relate to student's livesgirl with 504 for testing, sat down and studied with herproximity, positive reinforcement, respectability to incorporate new labs and science teaching practicescollaborate with department teachers who are more experiencedasking leading questionsnsta, conferences, classesorganized, include real-life examples, readable for age groupnstased 555!important for all students to have basic science knowledgeprovided students with notes already filled in (Asperger's)warm up, lecture, independent practice, interactiveyes, collaborate frequently with lesson plans and common examsflexible, positive, constructive, clear, happyphysical science- periodic tableGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Instead of saying "My weakness is..." say "I am working on..."
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4/11/2012 11:57:55Helping all students actively engage in materialTo facilitate student interaction and understandingRelate concepts to real life experiencePeaceful, respectful attitude of students and teacherBy seeing respect paired with prowessAppealing to students' goals and hopesEncourage students to answer their own questionsStudent volunteers perform demonstrationsEngaging, caring, intelligent, and motivatedToo forgiving, disorganizedNear to home, great work environmentTo become a nationally board certified teacherBounced around to demonstrate gas kineticshttps://sites.google.com/site/newmansed514/ Fundamentals - Atomic Structure - Molecular Bonding - IonsInteract via email, phone, and lettersEncourage students to develop questions about materialsScience clubHomemade pH meter with household substancesPrecipitation of AgNO3 maintaining cheerfulness and tying to real lifeConvinced student to come in for tutoringRespectful of students individuality and needsBring energy and new ideas to improveAllow me real experience to improve skillsSlow transition from equations to word problemsGain experience, skills, and pursue higher certificationEase of use and breadth of coverageMember of NSTA and CSTACredential and intern program at CSUNScience is the language of the universeUniversal Directed Learning - students self direct practiceLecture/discussion followed by practiceYes - accomplish more together for studentsKnowledgeable, focused, adaptable, motivated, hopefulDimensional analysis - instruction, follow-up, UDL practiceGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Be confident and believe in yourself
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4/11/2012 20:55:42scaffolding, visualizing, bringing up prior experiences.quickwrite and simulationsvisuals, explanations of words, organizersstructure and respectdiscussionpositive reinforcement, build curiousity, rewardguided discussions and questioningdemonstrations and relations to real lifededicated, enthusiastic, easy going but not a push overas of right now...experiencebecause I heard you are looking for the bestbetter myself and the communitywhen finished a lab on newtons law, I still had left over time and used the materials to go over water pressurehttp://sites.google.com/site/kichimarkus/2nd-pagelife sciencecall home, letters to hometeach strategies to improve confidencesportsmanship/archery, fieldtrips, weightlifting, anything nature orientedbuoyancyburn magnesium metalenthusiasm and stories of personal experienceone to one talkstrict but not too controllingMy willingness to collaborate and my extensive animal collectiongive me experience in teaching in different atmospheres and collaborating with other professionalsasking open ended questionscontinue my education, collaborate with everyone.well organized, easy to read for studentsNAHERP, NABTB.S. in Environmental Biology, two internships at Long Beach Aquarium, amatuer herpatologist for NAHERP, credential from CSUN. to remove the fear of science in todays community, have a passion for science.depending on IEP, accomodations, different ways to express answers and lessonsan enthusiastic science teacher providing demonstrations and hands on activities for the students YES. I love collaboration and not only try to improve myself but otherscaring, passionate, self motivated, dedicated,Newtons first lawGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Be yourself and have confidence (you are also interviewing them)
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4/11/2012 21:12:27Hands-on, inquiryquickwrites, blog, class website, google docs/spreadsheetsfront loading, pre-teach vocab, graphic organizerswarm and safe atmosphere, respect for allTeacher models respect, teach what respect meansGiving students choice of educational activitiesQuestions focusing on analysis, synthesis, application, evaluationTailor lessons to students, hands-on activitiesI model love of learning, am personableI take it personally when students failschool's committment to excellencemasters of ed in science, dept. chairEvery day when giving examples of conceptshttps://sites.google.com/site/ritafaynerman/Phone calls home, science bindersTeach literacy and numeracy skillsAfter-school tutoring, field tripsNatural Selection in ActionpH indicatorDemonstrate interest, excitementSamantha -- gave her more 1 on 1 helpAssertive classroom disciplinescience knowledge coupled with ability to reach studentsgreat colleaguesAsking open-ended questionsConferences, NABTCA adopted, standards-based, reading levelNABTCSUN credential program, 2 semesters student teachingMr. HendricksonExplain concept in 3 different waysKids collaborating on projectsYes, I like to collaborate with colleagues to improve instructionknowledgeable, patient, creative, personable, caring Evolution/ Natural SelectionGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Confidence is key
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4/12/2012 12:30:25Concept mapping connects past knowledge to a new conceptFor immediate feedbackUse of hands-on activitesAn engaging environment, safety for all studentsShowing how important education is to their real lifePositive reinforcement when something is done correctlyLeading questions promote reasoning skillsUsing discrepant events to create curiosityPassion for my subject area, excitement to teach, high hopes for studentshigh hopes can lead to let downs, emotionally involved with students successThe school has a good reputationGetting a Masters Degree in EducationI had a back up music video on the muscular systemBiologyWebsite with up to date information on studentsBy showing them how to find answersNature club, Key ClubFrog dissection soda canStrict but fun and condusive to learningContinuing my education Up to date, well organized and fluidI am a member of the California Science Teacher OrganizationI have a credential in General Science and Biology, I have attended Science teacher expositions, workshops and conferencesI love Science, I believe students need to be shown the need to help our environmentUsed a lesson that was kinesthetics, used vivid pictures and interesting conversation Students engaging in an activity to learn a conceptYes, I am willing to receive feedback from teammatesDemanding, Passionate, Fun, Understanding, KnowledgableGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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4/12/2012 12:53:095E: engage, explore, explain, elaborate, evaluatecomputer generated spreadsheets and graphs, computer labsaddressing scientific vocabulary in usageDesk organization, teacher resources set-up, lab stations, student resourcesequal responsibility: the ability to choose a responsepoints, game competition, desire to please a teacher who carespuzzles, long term projectsdisparate event demonstrations, sports videoscontent delivery, making content relevantclassroom management, getting bettermotivated by a challengeBecome an integral part of an academic community, continue to develop proffessionalyComputer lab died, used laptop in class to access interactive sitehttps://sites.google.com/site/marsdenc514/Use public 555 drop box Craig Marsden Spring 2012Automated phone calls, respond promptly to emails etc.Encourage exploration, allow student to try first before giving solutionWhat do you need?Fetal pig dissection. Have photos.Compare densities of hot/cold, water/ salt water.By being enthusiastic myself.Allowed a student to diagram a concept he could not write. He was a good artist.Respect. Responsibility. Cooperation.Being an active part of academic comunity and the larger community.Every opportunity is a learning opportunity.Present problems as puzzlesConferences, additional course work, testing.Reading level. Must include math. Address standards.Member CSTA, NSTA.Bachelor of Science, UC Davis, 25 years working in field I graduated in, Certificate Landscape Architecture (technology and design), Single Subject Teacher Certification CSUN.Lifelong interest, lifetime learner myself.Pre-printed notes (with fill-ins) for student who struggles with note taking Direct instruction, visuals, students practicing, students working in groups, students reading, discussion, hands on learning.Yes. Willing to contribute to team goals. Were all in this together.Dedicated, enthusiastic, sympathetic, innovative, cEcology. Current events article on Santa Ana Sucker Fish. Students took turns reading article, explored visuals and maps on fish habitat, held short debate in habitat restoration, students voted on results.Greet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Respond to person asking the question. Be honest. Be yourself, that's what they are going to get.
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4/12/2012 15:03:47discrepant, eventsPower Point, videosroot wordssafetymodeled, by, teachercatch, them, being, goodscaffoldinghands-on, activitiescompassion, patiencewanting, to, do, too, much, each, classgreat, programs, for, student, bodyget, a, masters, degreehttps://sites.google.com/site/tosh917/Earth Sciencecalling, home, emailindependent, practiceclubsmystery, density, labair, pressure, crushing, soda, canhands-on, activitieshaving, one, on, one, talkdiscipline before instructionkindness, positive, supportthink, time, paired, shareprofessional, development, courses, every, yearevaluate,reading, level, of, students, in, classscience, is, funstudents, engaged, in, a, variety, of, activitiesyes, I, work, well, and, feed, on, collaborationd, on, caring, planner, hard, worker, dedicateddemonstrations, independent, practice, lab, experimentGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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4/12/2012 15:45:27engage, inquiry, hands-onSmart Board, PowerPoint, audio system, internetpictures, videos, hands-on activities, group workGood class management, clearly defined expectationsClass rules, defined expectations, student responsibilities, group work, verbal or written praiseTap into prior knowledge, scaffolding Inquiry labs, experiments, think-pair-shareConnecting with students, developing meaningful lessonsTaking disciplinary actionSustain a stable position teaching biologyEmail reminders, post grades onlineStudents should not be given answers directly until they have considered possible answers themselves. Clubs, sports, tutoringPresent content with enthusiasm Relate to personal interestsGain experience, collaborate with facultyLogical sequence, convenient resources Student teaching, science conferencesTo get students excited about the world around them!Yes, collaboration between teachers, students, parents and staff is critical.Greet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Smile!
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4/12/2012 15:48:28demonstration-baseddocument camera so whole class can seeVisual demos of chemistry principles, repetitionChallenging, low anxietyThey know how it will help themmaking predictionsshow a cartoon as a lead-inapproachable, good with kidsstill developing kid-friendly explanationsI can encourage kids in scienceStart geology program where I teachbowling in a physical science classhttps://sites.google.com/site/514ericboyernewimproved/home/2-communicationconferences, phone calls, unit plans with homeworkAsk them questionsscience clubsmelting ice-heat of fusionCharles's Law-relationship between volume and temperatureencourage free response without fear of reprimandI want you to do wellcalm, quietfuture scientists/engineerspractice with a highly qualified master teachermole map-graphic organizer for stoichiometryattend conference, subscribe to science journalsCA-standards based, well-pacedGSA (geology), AGU (geology), NSTAField-based geologyI know the content and I'm versatileUse of graphic organizersWarm-up, visual demo, guided and independent practiceI'll work with anyone-even difficult peopleknowledgeable, caring, encouraging, rigorous, fairBronsted-Lowry: acid donor/base acceptorGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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4/12/2012 16:00:44teaching by analogygoogle docs, powerpointstudy root wordsrespect, trust, honestyby example and clear guidelinesextra credit for extra workanalogy, relate ideas to own lifedemonstrations, humorfirm but kind, can relate content to realitylearning to be less sensitiveblock schedule, royal prideteach, develop curriculumrained for outdoor lab, adapted for insidesee dropboxpostcard systemtest questions include textbookclubs that need it! green clubnatural selction bird change in env'traisins rising from bubblestalking about how much I like itpositive re-enforcement, small goals khalilfirm but friendly, consistentstudents who are excited about learningopportunity to teach for the first timethink like someone not in classstay on top of tech, attend conferencesreadability, recentnesscollaborate with seminar groupcredential, volunteeringlove content love studentschoice of activity (verbal/kinesthetic)notes, activity, quiet and talkingabsolutely, evaluators say I take criticismupbeat, entertaining, informative, available, curiousstudy chromosomal disorders with karyoty[esGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!dry run getting to campus
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4/12/2012 18:14:37hands on, modeling, active, student centered, discovery, collaboratively, websites, blogs, communication, data analysis SADIE, cognates, comprehensible input, multiple modalities, picturesstudent engagement, modeling, fair rules, impartiality, communication, expectationsreal applications, relevance, grades, personal connectioninquiry based modeling labsexciting/varied lesson, white boarding, collaborative learning groups , care about all students, I care too muchI believe I will be successful herebecome an expert at teaching all the sciencespower outage, technology failure, https://sites.google.com/site/sed555s12/spring-2012---teaching-eventsemail, back to school night, phone calls, letters homemetacognition, self regulate learning, show excitementfocus on teaching 1st yearvideo analysis of projectile motionoptics bench with document camera and lasers show genuine enthusiasm, at risk studentlesson plans / principle of least interventiondeveloping inquiry and reasoning skills of studetnsexperienceconferences, meetings, collaboration with otheryes. i like teams.Greet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!arrive early,
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4/18/2012 22:09:32collaboration, discovery, discrepant event, hands-on
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4/18/2012 22:27:45collaboration, discovery, discrepant event, hands-onwebsite, google docs, PowerPoint,, Excelvisuals, graphic organizers, hands-on, breaking down root wordssafe, respect, open discussion, engagingteacher models and enforces itpositive reinforcement, relate to their worldscaffolding, Bloom's taxonomyreal life examples, make them curiousrelating to students, care for themdon't like seeing students failgreat learning philosophy and atmospherebe national board certified, Mastersoverplanning just in casehttps://sites.google.com/site/mryongbiolab/biologykeeping an open line of communicationmake them curious, teach them how to thinkcoaching tennis, environmental clubsextracting DNAusing Beans to represent Bird's beaks in Natural Selectionbeing enthusiastic, making it relevantSitting down w/ them and talk at a personal level to show that I care for themauthoritative yet warm and caringmaking science fun for studentsBeing prepared for potential Q'scollaboration, team workNABTcurrent, clear and concise use of languageNABT conferenceNABTI hope to teach students to be scientifically literatedifferent modalities-kinesthetic, etcstudents being engagedabsolutely, I love sharing my work.passionate, caring, fun, organized, preparedBeans and Beaks LabGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!be yourself, be positive, ask questions, articulate
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4/15/2013 20:09:35I Use Gagne Nine Events of InstructionConnecting concepts in class to real-lifeUsing picture dictionaries for academic languagecollaboration, respect, high expectations, fair rulesby modeling it with them Tie concepts to students interestsAsking students to predict/analyze
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4/15/2013 20:11:54I Use Gagne Nine Events of InstructionConnecting concepts in class to real-lifeUsing picture dictionaries for academic languagecollaboration, respect, high expectations, fair rulesby modeling it with them Tie concepts to students interestsAsking students to predict/analyze
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4/15/2013 22:13:51I Use Gagne Nine Events of InstructionConnecting concepts in class to real-lifeUsing picture dictionaries for academic languagecollaboration, respect, high expectations, fair rulesby modeling it with them Tie concepts to students interestsAsking students to predict/analyze using my own photos, and youtubeI constantly want to learn about scienceToo niceLocationEarn my Ph. DTaking about acids connect to holding breathhttps://sites.google.com/site/saberspring13/shared in class dropboxsend emails home periodicallyoffering time to perform individual researchoutdoor activities, 4H clubs, kwanis clubstudents created glue from different materialswhen I introduced indicators with bloody handby using my passions connected to scienceconnecting concepts to videogamescontrolled chaostech-savy instructionhelps me identify my weakness and fix themusing the scientific method with black boxcontinuing my schooling in various discplinesmulticultural sensitive, accuracy and have labsNone, but want to join oceanography institutewas EMT, medical assistant, and biology degreeto inspire the next generation scientistgetting students moving around for chemical reactionsstudents work collaborativelywhen i have to, otherwise I leadhummorus, spontaneous, driven, disciplined, respectfulnone yet, as there is always improvementGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!arrive 15min early
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4/19/2013 0:06:46hands on inquiry based learningCSCS, google docs, smartphoneslooking at root words of vocabstructure and organization of the classCollaboration on engaging/relavent activitesactivities similar to gamesDesigning an experiment and critiquing others experimentsdiscrepant events and engaging activitiesorganization, dedication, creative/engaging lessons, collaboration with teacherstoo nicegreat opportunity to enhance my teaching skillsComplete a PhD and work at a universityWhen an experiment gave us unexpected resultswww.mrhendrickson.combiology?contact via email/phone, have some assignments require parent signaturedevelopment of necessary skillsanything science related, honors society, basketball, football, tennis, ultimate frisbeeNatural selection activityMicroscopeRelevant examples, using recent news articles, relating to real lifeUsing the students interests in classrelaxed, productive, and disciplinedAbility to help in multiple subjectsOpportunity to work with experienced teachersinquiry based learningjoining professional organization and attending conferencesnot unnecessarily complexPhi Theta Lamdacredential and mastersI want to share the knowledge and wonder of the universeusing videos, discussions, worksheets, and activiteswarm up, activity, and discussionyes, work with other teachers to improvepassionate, engaging, active, fun, patientnatural selectionGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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4/25/2013 15:02:18Cooperative learning methods with social interaction Visual media such as videos and PowerPoint Concept maps help organize thoughts and vocabularyCulturally relevant, safe, and reliable classroom atmosphere From expectations from teachers and personal accountabilityBuilding interest in the topic; using hooks Engage in thoughtful ideas rather than memorization Relate topic to student’s interest and backgrounds Using students funds of knowledge in lessonsHandling students absences and missing class work Opportunity to work with a diverse population Continue to grow as a secondary educator Internet went out, worked on backup lessonhttps://sites.google.com/site/mrsfieldshealth/https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9fIjB67mYsdcGxPdUdyWmtKZXM/edit?usp=sharingIntroduction letter followed by ongoing open communication Scaffold the students to an independent level AVID (elective), Key clubEating iron for breakfast, iron discovery Translucent, transparent, and opaque materials demonstration Creating context an connecting to life experiencesHad a one-on-one and spoke about expectationsAuthoritative: high expectations, friendly student-teacher relationshipPassion for student achievement and academic involvementNew experience with new types of studentsRelating the content to real life experience Continuing my own education and professional development Follow district and school policies Past member of HPA (health professionals association)Secondary credential; methods of teaching science classExplore the world through education and curiosityModifications made for EL and IEP students Students answering open-ended questions engaging in discussionYes; collaborate with my department and teachersCompassionate, thoughtful, firm, driven, and open Reflection activity using mirrors and lasersGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Be honest, breathe, and stay calm
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5/16/2013 14:00:17Hands-on activities like simulations. Kinesthetic learning.In biology, short videos to show natural phenomena.Word wall in a easily visible location.Visuals related to unit of study. Organization.Define expectations at begging of the year.Extra credit, candy, getting to choose seat.Structured genetics debate.Using hand-on activities. Labs.Comfortable with content. Care about students as individuals.Spend too much time with struggling students.Reteaching writing assignment. www.sites.google.com/site/magierscienceclassWeb site. Mass email parents.Seat them adjacent to stronger learners.Softball, photography/biology clubs, ocean science bowlcheek cell DNA extractionGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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3/27/2014 15:03:31VARKInternet Searches, Cam ScanningUsing analogies to which students can relate.Organization, Planning and managementThey learn this from the teacher's modeling.Extra credit assignments, Science gamesCritical Thinking QuestionsScience Games, Passion for teachers, ability to connect with studentsPacing,Enviroment, location, grade- level I want to teachEarn my doctorateprinted slides for overhead, when computer diedhttps://www.sites.google.com/site/514randydaniels/Progress reports, Parent/teacher conferencesEncourage studyingAcademic Groups, sportsPhotosynthesis/CO2 Removal LabAlways strive to learn as much as I canFirm, yet fair (with a little room for negotiation)Fresh perspective, tech-skills, professional inputWill give me on-the -job training/experienceBy always striving to be a better teacherReadabilityScience is fascinating, explains how the world worksRelaxed, managed environment full of learningAlways willing to help a colleague or studentMotivated, energetic, inquisitive, objective, curiousHeat vs TemperatureGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Be positive and confident
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4/16/2014 15:41:18student inquiry, hands-on experiments, formative assessmentquickwrites, collaborative documents, videos, dropboxlabeled pictures, flow diagramsclean, organized, seating arrangementmore collaboration, structured rulestrash pickup, test review gameBloom's Taxonomy, student inquirymulti-modal lessonscalm, technologically fluent, friendlytoo niceexcited for opportunity, expand experiencedevelop differentiating skills, Powerpoint faulty so used document viewer https://sites.google.com/site/dantice32/grade accountability, email, parent history projectsseparate collaboration from independent workbasketball, volleyball, Science Olympiadspread of disease labdepolymerization of styrofoamreal-life applications, enthusiasmconnected through sports, students responded well to reaching outteam-based, individual reprocussion as neccessarybring enthusiasm to science field, also bring coaching potentialallow expression of teaching skills, refine, improve labs that involve creative thinking, not linear answersScience expos, masters degree, personal researchDiverse, slightly challenging, currentBiology bachelors, single subject credentialIncrease student interest in science fieldvisual, auditory, reading, kinestheticcollaboration, use of technology, passionYes, great interpersonal skills, love collaborationcollected, enthusiastic, technological, perseverant, friendlywarmup question, curiosity, observe videos showing phenomena, students discovered answerGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!arrive early, BREATHE!
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5/1/2014 9:28:27Scaffolding, start with something conrete, move to abstractSmartboard, powerpoint, high speed imaging app on phoneBreak new vocabulary down into consistuent partssafe, respect one another, well controlled Modeling, state and repeat expectations clearly at the beginning of the semesterUsing real world examples that the students can relate toReading apprenticeship techniques (talk-to-text, identify keywords, summarize and paraphrase paragraphsUsing realia or demonstrations when introducing concepts ex: dominoes for neuronSensitive to individual students' needsNeed to be more consistent with consequences for behaviorFoster love for studying biology in my students. Develop methods help students to learn challenging concepts.To show students that a nerve is made up of many neurons, pulled photo up on my phone and showed students image of cross sections of wireswww.shellymagier.comParents and students sign behavior agreement at beginning of semester. Call parents as needed.Give students opportunity to processes information independently (annotating reading)Biology, marine science, and natural history related student groups.Natural selection: survival of the fitest dotsDominoes: impulse transmission along a neuronShow enthusiasm, attention to detail, model care in my teachingI like to have a structured classroom. Important to clearly state expectations to the students. Desire to be part of an innovative and dedicated teaching/learning community.NSTAGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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5/1/2014 18:27:11student inquiry labssimulations, webquests, online flipped classroommany pictures, relate concepts to liferespect to share informationeven if they get wrong answers they can help each other to learn the materialpersonal motivation to be successfulBlooms taxonomyvideos, kinestheticcreative with lesson plans, yearn to try new techniquesnot fluid with transitions during class, students become distracted easily with phonesphysics and chemistry teacher as well as after school club instructorif student asks a question about a concept (surface area), I gave them a video link and acted out dodgeball with surface areaarchery, volleyball, swimming, band, science appreciationshowing them practical applicationsthey were failing then realized they had to work harder after i offered them a personalized track using their interests to understand the materialdevelopment in science as well as educationdetermine the readability using a science is difficult but is interesting and pertains to our lives. I want to share my excitement with them.A lab exam which contained a handout with a breakdown of different levels if the students need the extra helpmuch student talking but working and helping each other learn the lessontalk to other teachers in different subjects to understand where the students are in their education and how to relate science to their other subjectsinquiry lab then simulations and group workGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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5/1/2014 18:33:07student inquiry labssimulations, webquests, online flipped classroommany pictures, relate concepts to liferespect to share informationeven if they get wrong answers they can help each other to learn the materialpersonal motivation to be successfulBlooms taxonomyvideos, kinestheticcreative with lesson plans, yearn to try new techniquesnot fluid with transitions during class, students become distracted easily with phonesNAphysics and chemistry teacher as well as after school club instructorif student asks a question about a concept (surface area), I gave them a video link and acted out dodgeball with surface areaNANANAdon't teach your students what they can teach themselves..archery, volleyball, swimming, band, science appreciationall went well as long as afterwards I explain how data could be wrong and how but that wrong answers are a way to learn and that science is all about trial and error when finding out something newNAshowing them practical applicationsthey were failing then realized they had to work harder after i offered them a personalized track using their interests to understand the materialstudents contribute to expectations in classNANANAdevelopment in science as well as educationdetermine the readability using a CARINAprofessional development at NASA JPL, finding books on ELD and differentiationscience is difficult but is interesting and pertains to our lives. I want to share my excitement with them.A lab exam which contained a handout with a breakdown of different levels if the students need the extra helpmuch student talking but working and helping each other learn the lessontalk to other teachers in different subjects to understand where the students are in their education and how to relate science to their other subjectsinquiry lab then simulations and group workGreet principal with a handshake, Practice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!
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5/1/2014 18:42:59using modelsi use google docs frequently, Youtube, other internet sources, Phetcoloradoi repeat key words and ideas as well as define them, and i have them in colorful powerpoints and worksheetsgood classroom management, a good relationship between the teacher and the students including respect both ways, interest in the subject, sometimes inspired by the teacherrules early on so they know what they can and cannot get away withextra credit is helpful for me, occasionally food can work too, or allowing them to help me choose the next lab we will doI allow discussion to go on tangents, and I love when students think of a question that I do not know the answer to, and we put it on the inquiry board to research latercolorful powerpoints, graphic organizers, guided reading worksheetsmy energy, and my passion for science and educationI sometimes care too much,I get upset every time a student is failing my class.Because I love the passion of the students for art infused learningTo help students fall in love with science, to one day become teacher of the year, to continue learningWe had the wrong concentration of hydrogen peroxide, so I cooked it down to make it the correct amount.https://sites.google.com/site/msbapbio/n/aI email and call when necessary, ,and I email with good and bad newsI do not always give them the answer, I make them find it, and only guide when necessarycheerleading, buildon, track, drama, scuba diving, tide poolingthe animal form and function with spoons and forkselephant toothpaste, using potassium iodide as the catalystI love it and my passion for it transfers to the studentsI had a student who hated since, and her mom called me a few weeks ago and told me that she now loves science and is planning on going to called for chemistry. It made my whole semester.Start with rules, but I have a great relationship with my students, they feel like they can talk to me, so we can usually talk out any problems we haveMy passion for the subject and dedication to the students, I am willing to think outside of the boxnot sureI will occasionally give students a problem that is slightly off topic, that has no definite answer, and see if they can find a solution. An example would be designing a cost-effective apparatus to drop an egg from a two story buildingI will go to as many workshops and conferences, and network as much as possibleIf it meets the standards, and has the kind of design that will be conducive to student learningI have gone to a few professional organization conferences, but I am relatively new to themI have a BS in biology, I have taught in the classroom before, and I am currently getting my science credentialBecause I love science and I want others to love it too. I want to encourage the next science and engineering Americans!!I had a project on non-newtonian liquids, and students were able to choose different ways to present their findings, as long as it contained the required information in the rubricA warm-up, taking attendance, an activity or lecture (depending on the part of the lesson) or time to work in groups on an assignmentYes! I love working with other people. It takes some of the burden off of my shoulders and gives me new ideas that I wouldn't have thought of.passionate, engaging, loud, hands-on, friendlyI made a lesson about freezing point depression that involved making ice cream with half and half, sugar, coffee cans, pudding mix, ice, and rock saltPractice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Leave an additional copy of your resume, Provide a link to an academic website you have made, Write a thank you letter, Smile!Be honest, and show your passion. If they see you love what you do, they will want you at their school.
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5/1/2014 21:23:38discovery learning, VARKsimulations, formative and summative assessmentanalogies, helpful video clips, drawings/picturessafe, inviting, open, well-litsafe environment, proper guidance from teacherfood, extra credit, trips to go outside classdesigning posters illustrating a conceptcall upon prior knowledge, funds of knowledgeenthusiastic, easy to talk tolook young, perceived as one of the students at firstgreat opportunity to work with students, was recommendedto get a master's degree, maybe a ph.dhttps://sites.google.com/site/dorkymonkey3590/homeattend school functions like open housegroup assignments, discovery learningred cross club, national honors societyhandwash lab - count # of bacterial growth show interesting clips found on youtubecount down systemimplementation of NGSSdisease transmission lab - find patient 0apply for programs, attend meetingseasy to understand with lots of examplespart of life that can be tested and manipulatedgrading, testing timeuse of technology, discussionsyes, love to collaborate with other teachers to hold possible eventsrelatable, easy going, explorative, interesting, funthe peppered moth labPractice interview questions before interview, Make eye contact with interviewers, Provide specific examples, Provide real-life examples, Smile!
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5/8/2014 15:54:16Manipulatives, models, hand on activitiesVirtual labs, animationsSummaries, learning logs, review wordsSafe, interesting, open and welcoming of everyoneBy example, letting them knowEncouragement, speaking honestly, keep them responsibleOpen ended questions, topical questionsHumor, incorporate ideas questions about themResourceful, creative, dependable, encouragingManagementLocation, Pd, learning new ways to engage studentsQuestions & situations come up, msmagdalenobiologyApproach them positivelyAsk questions THEY answer, lead them thereArt, leadership, Natural selection tools labHaving students SEE their DNASpeak about what I like find interestingCalm, but firm, try to jokePositive attitude, dependable, encouraging kidsExperience, ideas, different ways to reach kidsLeading questions, think aloud to modelKeep learning, talking Information, organizationNone yet, going to join somethingTalk to others, internet, join an organization Enjoy subject, help students learnHelp studentsYes, I enjoy working with othersReliable, encouraging, resourceful, funny, creativeGenetics, Punnett squaresMake eye contact with interviewers, Dress professionally, Provide real-life examples, Research the school and students, Smile!
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