***Reminder*** 6th Six Weeks Evaluation: Please have your cooperating teacher complete the Survey Monkey link that they have received.
Final Exam: SATs will perform their final via a reflective paper. The final must be submitted to Mr. Earhart by Friday, May 29th in the Spring Semester. Finals must be submitted via Survey Monkey @
Just copy and paste your paper into the appropriate space for such!
Email email@example.com with any questions.
Reflective Paper Option #1: This paper should be no less than 1000 words. This paper will count as the final exam grade, and, therefore, count as 25% of an SAT’s semester grade. The paper is merely a cumulative reflection of the SAT’s semester experience. The paper will be assessed via length requirements and effort. A student’s paper will not receive a poor grade if a SAT reflects in an honest that their experience was not enjoyable and that students did not benefit that much. As long as the reflection is honest and thorough, full credit will be given. Please use this opportunity to reflect on your experience in the manner you feel is most appropriate – I don’t want to stymie your creativity with a complicated rubric or a set format. If you are at a loss for ideas, you can address some of the following, but please speak only to the issues/questions you are the most interested in addressing:
- What did you learn this semester as a SAT? About teaching? Students? Education in general?
- What went well? What did not go well? Explain.
- Do you feel students benefited from your work as an SAT? Explain.
- What can you do to improve as a SAT?
- What suggestions do you have for the improvement of the SAT Program?
Reflective Paper Option #2: This option requires the SAT to teach AT LEAST two mini-lessons over the course of the semester. These mini-lessons must be developed in collaboration with your cooperating teacher. Then the SAT must write a 500 word reflection on how your lessons went – basically…
- What did you expect to happen?
- What actually happened?
- What was it like being the teacher?
- What did you learn from this experience?
Thanks for all of your amazing work on behalf of our students! You all are truly helping to build the village required to further support youth!