episode 29 small voices KSU student teacher reflects on math-pattern lesson
Kennesaw State University produces excellent teachers. I was able to witness the process and discovered the rigor of the program first hand. I listened to my student teacher talk about her course work and I watched as she prepared for her observations. Her role was actually a pre-student teaching role. Over a 15 week period she worked in our classroom, gaining knowledge and experimenting with various teaching strategies. As a parting gift I offered to show her how to make a podcast and used footage from one of her lessons previously recorded. I removed the audio and reduced it to under 5 minutes. Next I showed Helen how simple it is to use Pinnacle for studio editing. She caught on quickly and edited her own audio including several student voices as well. If you are a teacher you may get some good ideas for teaching patterns to kindergarteners or you may want to comment and add some great ideas of your own!
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