Re: [AYA-SSH] Overall questions...hopefully someone can answer them!
I worked the same way - I had pieces of entries all going at once. That is
my teaching/ learning style, I guess. You will feel good though, when you
do finish an entry. Try to start doing that in Jan/Feb. You can always
revisit later, and you probably will. BUt you never know what circustances
lie ahead, and those video entries do seem to take a lot of time.
Benjamin Russell High School
Alexander City, AL
----- Original Message -----
From: "leahlacrosse" <leahlacrosse@...>
Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 5:10 PM
Subject: [AYA-SSH] Overall questions...hopefully someone can answer them!
> I am trying for certification Early Adolescence Young Adult Social
> Studies-History (ages 11-15). I'm not sure about this list serve
> being the right one for me, but maybe some questions will cross
> over. I don't know.
> Question 1- Passage rate for certification. Does anyone know the
> stats on that or how to find them? My friend who is going for Spec.
> Ed. certification knew hers from a list serv. I was just wondering.
> Question 2- Video taping-I've heard that it is good to video tape a
> lot...multiple lessons, multiple times and choose from there. Then,
> I heard to video tape just a couple to narrow it down. Any ideas?
> Question 3- When studying for the content part of the test, how is
> everyone going about that? Are you just brushing up in a few areas,
> doing more in-depth? I'm getting a little overwhelmed with that
> part, and I'm wondering if I'm overdoing it.
> Question4- I noticed Erin mentioned that she had a lot of
> parts...but nothing really completed. I feel the same...is that how
> this will be? I feel like every part of my portfolio is a work in
> progress...is that ok? I am trying to pace myself. But I think
> that I'm going to get slammed in the last month with things that I
> could have accomplished sooner.
> So, after that short novel...any comments, advice would be great.
> Have a nice day!
> Leah LaCrosse
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/