What to choose? Over our summer experience we had exposure to very amazing instructional techniques, but what to choose? I felt like I should start small. I chose to incorporate humor. What I have done is started adding a meme at the beginning of every lesson. It has gotten good reviews! The kids look forward to it. Sometimes they’re winners… Read more »
After my internship, I have realized that there is a world out there I never knew. There are occupations that exist that I had never thought of based on my internship at Rexroth. One job sticks out to me particularly. It was the occupation of purchaser. I thought they might buy things that’s just one part of this job. I… Read more »
This experience at Rexroth has been amazing and informative. Seeing what we preach in schools at work in a relevant way is reinforcement for what I teach in the classroom. It also give me more of a concrete answer to, “Why do I need to know this?” question that comes up every year without fail. Here are some points I… Read more »
“How to convert my time at Bosch Rexroth into relevant educational experiences for middle school kids?” This has been the lens I have looked through this experience. I thought coming up with an idea would be a challenge. I was walking into a foreign land and a foreign workplace. I did not know what to expect. Luckily, my project fell… Read more »
When I think about the word “commencement” in education, I think of a speech I heard a long time ago. I do not remember the speaker’s name, but i remember the sentiment. “Graduation is the beginning and you commence using your knowledge to benefit yourself or the world around you.” I believe this may be my commencement. I have a… Read more »
The first of many blogs about my experiences with the Kenan Fellows. This is going to be an amazing adventure with incredible educators from around the state. More to come soon!
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