Fourth in a series by student teacher Rebecca Bauer who graduated from a National School of Character and wants to make sure that as a teacher she includes character education. After completing my student teaching, I find myself asking the question that I probably should have started with. What is Character Education and what does … Continue reading “What is Character Education?”
Third in a series by student teacher Rebecca Bauer. She graduated from a National School of Character and wants to make sure that as a teacher she includes character education, but she is finding it challenging. Even at an elementary school as great as the one that I was working at, I still felt the … Continue reading “Time for Character Education”
Second in a series by Rebecca Bauer, a graduate of a School of Character, who is now chronicling her student teacher experience. Like most classrooms, we spent a good deal of time the first week discussing rules. We brainstormed a list together. The lead teacher wrote up a consolidated version and then every student signed … Continue reading “Rules and Incentives”
First in a series–how a new student teacher tries to implement character education based on her experience attending a National School of Character before entering college. With nervous energy and excitement, I arrived at the elementary school where I planned to begin my student teaching. It was superintendent’s conference day, and I was taking the … Continue reading “Adventures in Student Teaching: My First Day at School (Take One & Two)”
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