I start my student teaching internship this week! Yay!
Do you have any tips/advice for me?
Student teachers: If your mentor teachers allows it try to observe numerous grade levels in your subject. Also attend as many meetings and conferences possible.
- superdent answered: I’ve been student teaching for two weeks and the best advice I can think of to give is to be patient with yourself and stock up on vitamins!
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- ccultured answered: Be proactive, jump right in, dont be shy. Do every and anything. The best way to learn is by doing. The more you do the better prepared u are
- treborsel answered: The toughest kids in the class are the ones that need you the most. They are daring you to care about them. Don’t let them down.
- daintylion answered: Get sleep. Be patient with yourself and them. Talk to other teachers at the school. Stay positive. Find one good thing every day.
- aiannemanaloto answered: just love what you are doing and enjoy! then the rest will follow. ;] love your students. ;] <3
- mcluse answered: Make sure that the students know you’re there for them, give them your email and encourage them to ask questions
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- rondeg answered: Go to every extracurricular you can manage going to. It really showed that I care and the kids picked up on it right away. Plus, its fun!
- coloursinaflower answered: Ask lots of questions.
- chocolatenhaac answered: Heeeey’
- itsdestiny answered: Ask a lot of questions!!
- girlwithalessonplan answered: comfy shoes!
- rjccourt answered: Over Prepare! You will never have enough stuff prepared ahead of time. Things will go too fast or fall apart and you will be left hanging.
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- revolutionizeed answered: Wear comfy shoes no matter what!
- jenniferisabel answered: Ask questions and listen!
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- alawicious4life answered: Im a student but the best advice I can give is to be yourself and always rember the age group youre working with should effect how you relate
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- mikejryan answered: What subject/level? That will dictate… Patience, be genuine, learn from students, throw the textbook away, ha.
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- thefirst180 answered: Carry around post-it notes—Really!! Your cooperating teacher will give you advice throughout the day! Also—Planning your lessons is key!
- grayer answered: Try/Do everything your cooperating teacher asks. I’ve seen too many student teachers hold back when it comes to taking over duties.
- averelafede answered: Just like your students, you’ll need breaks too! Do something for yourself every day-even if it’s absolutely NOTHING when you get home.
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- oilsandglitter answered: RECORD EVERYTHING. Be a sponge. Pack great lunches and never in your life eat in the teachers lounge.
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- theartguy answered: Don’t be afraid to let a teachable moment get in the way of a lesson plan.
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