A Student Teaching Experience in the Boston Public School System: Viewed from a Case Study Student
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I spent twelve weeks student teaching at the Muriel S. Snowden International High School at Copley in Boston, Massachusetts. Before discussing my personal experiences at Snowden, I would like to give some background information to the school and to my cooperating teachers. I will also give a brief description of my responsibilities at Snowden while describing a typical day. Then, I would like to introduce my case study student and talk about my observations while teaching at Snowden High School.
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