The Education of Students and Self
Rohde, Michael J.
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For most teachers, their student teaching is a completely new and exciting experience, during which individuals become aware of their own positive aspects as well as their own limitations. It is this experience that usually channels individuals into or away from the occupation of education. For myself, while exciting, this was not an entirely new experience for me. Unlike most of my peers, I returned to my home town and worked under the same educators that led me to pursue a career in education. The school, Bay City Western, is located in a somewhat rural area of Michigan with an enrollment of approximately 1400 students, of limited ethnicity, for the majority of the students were white. Under the supervision of principal Al Bryant and cooperating teachers Ms. Carol Hoyle and Ms. Diane Sullivan, I experienced one of the most rewarding periods of my life, and found the needed direction to make this a definite career choice for myself.