The Pretty Sky “Ooh look at the pretty sky!” I say All streaked with reds, oranges, and pinks. I stare out the window in awe It must be magic I think. “You love your pretty sky,” he says pulling the car over. “What are we doing, where are we going?” “Well getting a picture … Continue reading Ecoliteracy Love Poem
For my second visual representation I really wanted to focus on the Robin Wall Kimmerer reading; “Maple Nation: A Citizenship Guide.” This reading strongly emphasizes the importance of the small community’s maple trees in New England. We can tell in the reading that the whole community benefits and appreciates what the trees have to offer. … Continue reading Using the Garbage Can Labelled “the Ground”
The main theme that I interpreted from the reading “The Sounds of Silverbells” was the importance and beauty of nature. Every person has their own definition of nature and what it means to them. Some see it’s importance over it’s beauty and vice versa; others see something completely different. For me however, for as … Continue reading The Beauty of Nature
I absolutely loved my first school placement. From the moment I decided I wanted to become a teacher, I decided I wanted to teach kindergarten. I was beyond lucky to have my first placement in a kindergarten class. From my experience at my placement I can tell that this profession is right for me. … Continue reading My First Placement!
I’ve been working as a hostess at Luiggi’s Pasta House for the past three years and now, that I am of age, I get to serve and wait on tables. My favourite part about working in the restaurant business is meeting all the people. I love the people I work with and getting to serve … Continue reading Things I Do!
I have made a lot of mental notes during my first year of university on the way I want my classroom to look, feel, and sound. The follow are statements I believe are unwritten classroom rules that every class and teacher should follow. I believe the classroom is a place where everyone should be accepted … Continue reading My Educational Philosophy