|My first educational experience
at Moravian College was at William Penn Elementary School. At
William Penn, I observed Ms. Sevart's fourth grade classroom.
This experience was eye-opening because William Penn has an open
classroom concept floorplan. I was able to see and hear the
various grades from her classroom because there are not any walls.
|My second observation was at
Hanover Elementary School where I observed Mrs. Masemore's Kindergarten
morning class. I absolutely loved the time I spent with
Kindergarten. This experience reassured my dreams of becoming an
elementary school teacher and making a difference in the lives of
|Currently, in the fall of 2010,
I am observing Mrs. Pastor's third grade at Miller Heights Elementary
School. Mrs. Pastor is an amazing role model and an excellent
teacher. It has been fascinating to see students' skills
develop. Throughout my time at Miller Heights, I am witnessing
the third graders become better students.
||Also new to me in the fall of
2010 is my volunteering experience at the Salvation Army through the
America Reads program. A few times a week, I attend the
Salvation's after-school program where I help students of all ages,
ethnicities, and educational backgrounds do their homework. I
also help them create crafts and play games. I have enjoyed my
experience with the students and hoped to have inspired them all.