STUDENT WORK SAMPLES

All student work posted with permission; authors are noted and retain the rights to their work.

HIGHLIGHTING STUDENT WORK

Whenever possible, I ask for flexibility and creativity in work samples. While I do assign papers from time to time, and accept papers when writing is my students' preferred expression style, or perhaps their comfort zone, I relish the creative products that I have the pleasure to read, watch, listen to, and/or experience.


Some assignments are already published to the web by the students; for these, I have shared links to their sites.


On some assignments, I may ask for a blanket "please indicate whether or not you give permission to post", such as assigned podcasts. Other times, I ask students individually for their permission to share their work on this site- and with a broader audience. Posted work is with the student/author's permission, and they retain the ownership of their work.

Typewriter Keys

STUDENT PODCASTS

Assignments submitted as podcasts with approval for public upload.

Some podcasts are in the media player below. Others are provided as hyperlinks: 

Rebecca's Quaran-teaching Reflection

Jennifer's Creativity Podcast

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STUDENT WEBSITES

WHAT THE
TEACHER READS

WSFCS AIG

ALL ABOUT AIG

WELCOME TO AIG

WELCOME ROCKING ROADRUNNERS

GIFTEDNESS IDENTIFIED

 

GIFTED EDUCATION WEBSITE

ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT: A DUET OF WELL INTENDED EVILS

SITE FOR GIFTED LEARNERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

TALENTED AND GIFTED

 

TEEN FEELS

How Does it Feel to be an Adolescent in 2019?
A MIDG 6100 Project

The paperslides technique by Audrianna Pollen. --->

 

QUARANTEACHING PROJECTS

Lateral Entry Teachers reflected on the covid-related school shutdown, and made connections to their readings on diversity/equity, learning, and social/emotional needs (in any product of their choice).

 

CASE STUDIES

Lateral Entry Students submitted a case study of "the one that got away"- a student or situation that they would approach differently now, applying class readings and perspectives (in a creative product of their choice).

SARITA BROWN

EC Teacher

LONNIE-MONIQUE JASPER

Art Teacher

 

BOOK REPORTS: OLD FASHIONED, BUT STILL FUN!

MIDG 4001 (Lateral Entry Teachers) chose their own books out of a list of 10 options (or made a case for their own selection), and then presented their books to their peers.

SARITA BROWN

It Won't Be Easy, by Tom Rademacher

CHRISTIE SELLERS

The Teacher You Want to Be, Matt Glover & Ellin Oliver Keene (Eds)

AMANDA CARRICE

The Teacher You Want to Be, Matt Glover & Ellin Oliver Keene (Eds)

TIM CURTIS

It Won't Be Easy, by Tom Rademacher

 

SYNTHESIS PROJECT

In this project, students were asked to take their understandings from the entire course and put theory into practice. In a product of their choice, students aligned  organization, motivation and the classroom environment (management) to NC Professional Standard #2 with their classroom plans for next year.

 
 

Amanda Carrick

This video is Amanda talking through her connections to her professor- just having a conversation. Note that doesn't mean her content is not high quality! This link has the references. 

 

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