## Instructing Students

This photo was taken while students were working on a problem that I asked them to work on by themselves in the middle of one of my lessons. The student that I am interacting with here has a tendency to not follow along during the lesson, and so I am providing him with some quick one-on-one instruction about how he can work through the problem that I asked him to work on. This photo is important because it shows my ability to instruct students in a classroom, as well as my ability to adapt my instruction while teaching to help all of my students to understand the material being taught.

## Reflection of Trigonometry Lesson Plan Using Any Technology Wanted

The lesson plan below shows how I would teach a high school Trigonometry class about translating and reflecting trigonometric graphs if I had access to whatever technology I wanted. This is important because it provides an example how I would help a class of students learn if I had access to whatever technology and resources I wanted. This artifact was developed to be compared to the next artifact to see how I would teach students with whatever resources I wanted, as opposed to having only very limited resources available for me to use.

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## Reflection of Trigonometry Lesson Plan Using Very Little Technology

The lesson plan below shows how I would teach a high school Trigonometry class about translating and reflecting trigonometric graphs if I had very limited access to technology. This is important because it provides an example how I would help a class of students learn if I had very limited access to technology and other resources. This artifact was developed to be compared to the previous artifact to see how I would teach students while having only very limited resources available for me to use, instead of whatever resources I wanted.

translate_and_reflect_trig_graphs_-_low_tech.docx | |

File Size: | 17 kb |

File Type: | docx |

## Reflection of Assessment Project

The Assessment Project below shows that I am able to develop a quiz, statistically analyze the results of the quiz, and effectively analyze these results to determine how good each of the quizzes questions were and how good the quiz was as a whole. This is important because, to be an effective instructor, I must be able to carefully analyze how well my students are understanding various concepts and adapt my instruction to help students to understand concepts that they did not adequately understand.

assessment_project.docx | |

File Size: | 539 kb |

File Type: | docx |