A Mediocre Student? Reflections on my student teaching experience
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I did my student-teaching at Niles Senior High School in Niles, Michigan, the same high school I graduated from four years ago. My supervising teacher, Edward Kelly, was my favorite teacher in high school, a man dedicated to his profession. I wanted to return to Niles High and Mr. Kelly's classroom because I wanted to learn from a man I respect as an educator; a man that I'd like to emulate some day in my own classrooms.Administrator-only access because of case study information.
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