Student of the Month
Courtney was nominated by Nancy Allen
Courtney, as a student teacher, knows the content, gives expectations, gives verbal and non-verbal cues, as well as has good pacing to keep students engaged and on task.
Rachel was nominated by Dr. Sarah Braden
Rachel, as an ESL Endorsement student, developed curriculum to support EL studnets' bilingual and bicultural identities, leading her to request and gain a Spanish for Spanish Speakers class at her Jr. High.
Aubrey was nominated by Kelli Babbit
Aubrey, as a student teacher, handles student struggles and conflict with high professionalism, proving that she will do well with classroom management in her own classroom in the future.
Gabrielle was nominated by Dr. Diana Moss
Gabrielle, as a student teacher, is reflective - making adjustments to her instruction based based on feedback - and deeply cares about her students' learning.
Jennifer was nominated by Dr. Sarah Hadsell
Jennifer volunteered to help her mentor teacher over the summer, working hard and going the extra mile. This pattern continued during student teaching.
Jennifer was nominated by Jessica Shumway
Jennifer, in her ELED 4062 course, thoroughly reads course materials, takes time to thoughtfully consider ideas, and makes connections across topics.
Kayleigh was nominated by Debbie Lee
Kayleigh, as a student teacher, is willing to step outside of her comfort zone to do anything asked of her. She is able to learn so quickly and sees everything going on in the classroom.
Maci was nominated by Dr. Max Longhurst
Maci, as an ELED 4020 UTF, took the intitiative to email students in the course to remind them of assignments and to offer support to help prepare.
Makensey was nominated by Roger Bailey
Makensey, as a student teacher, has created a classroom environment with high expectations while creating safety for each student to share ideas, learn, and grow.
Tyler was nominated by Stu Baggaley and Marlow Viehweg
Tyler, as a student teacher, kept the ball rolling in the classroom while his mentor teacher accompanied students on a river trip down the San Juan River, and he excelled.
Becky was nominated by Dr. Emma Mecham
Becky, as a TEAL 3000 student, has provided written and spoken reflections in class that demonstrate a high level of understanding and an ability to make purposeful connections across domains of knowledge and context.
Nikki was nominated by Dr. Emma Mecham
Nikki, as a TEAL 3000 student, participates in class in ways that consistently represent thoughtful preparation and deep engagement.