Email required Address never made public. One thing that I will definitely take with me after leaving this program is the understanding that I will never know it all, and that each day brings with it my own learning and further understanding of my students, of my course information, and the weird and wonderful workings of this world we live in. You are commenting using your WordPress. So, just like that, my first 2 assignments were completed. Yay, I met my completion goal of 1 year….
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PIDP CAPSTONE | The Journey Continues…at VCC
Having said that, I know I can always improve, as to think that I by any means know it all is a laughable notion, as each student teaches me something new each and every single day. Projfct is a beautifully reciprocating process and one of my goals will remain instilling the desire in them to ask “why”.
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Yay, I met my completion goal of 1 year…. It isn’t just my job, I truly want to help people improve their lives through knowledge, and the best way for me to do that is by continuously striving to improve my own knowledge as well.
Capstone Project (BAKG 1346)
I had two PIDP programs completed in a Vancouver classroom setting and required five more classes to complete the diploma requirements. Every time I mentioned the Cup Winners, it seemed to start a riot! Shauna Sasaki I fell into teaching over 22 years ago and haven’t looked back.
I fell into teaching over 22 years ago and haven’t looked back. Perhaps the most important thing I have learned is that I know more than I thought I did, I just didn’t know before taking these courses how to connect all the dots in a meaningful way to create a much larger picture! Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Vancouver was new to me and staring at a new city and a new workplace was enough to pump an person who thrives for excitement.
Another thing that I realized is that I love to learn, which is why I love to teach! I hadn’t been in a classroom for over twenty years, other than the ones I had personally been teaching in, and found it a strange adjustment from my youthful years of passively sitting in vccc desk listening to boring lectures and taking notes captsone be memorized, to being an active participant in my own growth and development. Opening the world of possibilities to my students, and giving them support to be able to reach out far to achieve their goals, is where my passion in teaching lies.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment capatone Questions and points of confusion that I thought were my own downfall, are actually shared by many – and studying with my peers at VCC has helped me understand and answer a lot of these unknowns therefore making me a stronger instructor, and person. I enjoyed doing assignment 4 and have shared some of this assignment here in my blog.
Capstone Project (PIDP 3270)
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Lesson plan for digitally recorded lesson. Ideas that I thought were my own, are actually shared by many, such as how to best manage students within a classroom. Reflection on the lesson. Digital recording of teaching.