A CASE STUDY AND REPORT OF A STUDENT-TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT AMHERST MIDDLE SCHOOL
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Amherst is a small township in the Southern tip of New Hampshire. Typical of many New England towns, it mainly consists of residents who commute forty minutes to Boston, Massachusetts to work everyday. A majority of Amherst's working population are airline pilots who wanted to live away from the city of Boston and its industry. Amherst's one small grocery store, library, fire department and gas station provides the town with sufficient services and leaves plenty of room for retention of the environment. Nestled away in a patch of forest is Amherst Middle School, where I performed my student-teaching internship from January 4 to March 18, 1983.Administrator only due to personally identifying information in case study.