Interview with a Teaching Professional AED 201

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Interview 1 Interview with a Teaching Professional AED 201 – Teaching as a Profession Dr. Denise Pridemore October 11, 2009
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Interview 2 For my interview, I interviewed a teacher that I work with on every day. We work together in a high school Special Education class. The students that we have in our class are self contained math and resource math students. With these students, there are many decisions that need to be made, that can be very difficult decisions to make at times. In this interview, I asked the teacher about the difficulty and the decisions that she has to make and the impact they have on the classroom. We also talked about the impact those decisions had on the classrooms environment. The first thing that my teacher and I talked about was some examples of typical and quick decisions that she had to make on a daily basis. She began talking about how much time she wanted to spend on a particular lesson and how that was a typical decision but not a very difficult one. So I asked her to give me an example of a difficult decision that she would have to make. She tells me, dealing with behavior problems that disrupts and takes the lesson in a different direction is a very difficult problem. As she was talking about this particular situation, I thought
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course AED/204 AAFO0Q3UV5 taught by Professor Samanthanelson during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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