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So i just found out that i am all set to go for student teaching in the spring. Middle School first session, High School second session. this is becoming all to real now. I feeling very nervous yet excited at the same time.

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Jessica

I taught for 32 years in Middle Schools in one of the toughest area of New York City (grades 6-9). Please do not hesitate to call on me for help.

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Thank you i really appreciate it. I don't think that the school that i will be in is that bad but it's nice to know that i can ask you for help
I think its good they put us in the middle school first...those kids are a little less critical/cynical, lol. i think the high schoolers are going to be more challenging!!!
Bonnie i feel the same way. I think that being placed in the middle school first will allow us to have a sense of classroom management before we get to the H.S
I also think that the middle school setting will give us some confidence, before we get to the high school. Don't be nervous jess at all. I have my cooperating teacher for middle school, does she have to fill out any forms or anything?
Gina do you mean as far as Student Teaching Placement? If so, she doesn't have to fill anything out, when you meet with Jack Conroy just give him her name and school. That was the info I gave him and he placed me right away. It's a lot easier when the dept.chair knows who you are and who you want to be placed with.

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