Sunday, October 18, 2009

One-Day Teacher Training at my High School

My teacher training with 5 other PCVs. Startedvas a training for 42 and then on the day of the training the number grew to 200!! However, the more the merrier. The teachers and the PCVs had a great time, and everyone learned something new.



Julie and Julie teaching about Visual Aids and Materials

Science teachers working on their visual aids.

MAPEH (Music, Art, Physical Education, and Health) teachers using their visual aids to teach a dance.

Shauna and John helping the teachers plot what "intelligence" they were the strongest in. Multiple Intelligence workshop with Shauna and Julie.


Julie and Shauna teaching about Multiple Intelligences.

Shauna, Julie, Justin, John, and Julie and I in front of our welcome sign.

Ma'am Antique reaching for the blanket...but she can't because she is not tall enough.

So by "differentating" my instruction and giving her a chair to stand on she was able to reach the blanket. :)

Me teaching about Differentiated Instruction.


Teachers working on their activities.

John and Justin teaching about Classroom Management and expectations.

PCVs with some of the participants after the training.

Yay! We did it!

Out and dinner with Grace and Charlie after the training.

Other side of the table.

Group shot

On our way to the island to enjoy a relaxing day on the beach.

Our lovely captain!

It seems like its going to be a great day, right? Sunny day...

Well, then we disappointed children, I fell down in the coral and skinned my knee, had to fight off dogs to defend our food (they were really sad looking dogs though), our boat broke, and it rained ALL day. But at least the boat ride was nice!

1 comment:

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