178Re: [AYA-SSH] Re: Anyone out there?
- Dec 16, 2003Good Morning,
I have read your questions about how much a candidate should videotape. In
my experience, tape, tape, tape... It gets the teacher more comfortable with
the process and the students get adjusted also. I suggest you tape even if
you do not think you would ever submit that lesson.
I also had lots going on at once. I kept separate notebooks and files on
each entry. That saved me some organization time.
As far as the assessment center, I suggest that you put that on the bottom of
the list right now. I found that the videos were the hardest. I had trouble
hearing my kids, getting a good camera person, etc.
Also, keep reading the standards and write notes as you go. Hope this helps,
Lauri NBCT '02
> I am so happy to hear that there are others out there! Misery
> (close to it) loves company. I guess I'm not miserable, but I am
> getting a little nervous. I haven't started video taping. I've
> heard some conflicting theories on that. One certified person said
> tape just a few lessons and go from there. Another person said to
> tape multiple times to choose from. Have you heard anything?
> Also, the content...I am trying to cram for what seems like a huge
> chunk of information. I am an elementary certified teacher, and I'm
> wondering if that will hinder my test ability. I have been reading
> like you wouldn't believe. Have you heard anything about the test?
> Writing samples...so far I've collected on assignment to evaluate.
> I guess I feel like I have little parts...but nothing completed
> yet! AHHHHH!
> So, what have you heard?
> Leah LaCrosse
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