Encouraging his students to have a voice and be vocal by speaking out loud in

Encouraging his students to have a voice and be vocal

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Encouraging his students to have a voice and be vocal by speaking out loud in the classroom when appropriateMr. Wallace also stated that making learning fun is the best way to make a good connection with his students.
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END OF INTERVIEWInterviewing my old teacher Mr. Wallace was such a pleasure. I learned so much more than even before. Being in the field of ABA and being a Behavioral Technician there is such a correlation between the two. Such as, lesson plans, safety, and making sure you have the child’s attention and trust. As the same in school, ABA deals with many students who we are trying to give them the best quality of life. Just like Mr. Wallace stated, that was one of his primary goals in education.What I took from this interview of how I would work in a school is building a connection with my students and being that person to motivate them in learning more.Lastly, I also learned how much more teachers at schools are involved with more than just their students academics. They are also involved in their personal life making sure parents are involved and that there is a trust built so the teacher can be that confidant. This is exactly just like the field of ABA.
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REFERENCESBogden, James F. How Schools Work & How to Work with Schools: a Primer for Professionals Who Serve Children and Youth. National Association of State Boards of Education, 2003.
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