Stuff about me……..
What’s your name, major and hometown?
Amanda Green, Advertising, Skokie, Illinois
What would be the most useful thing for me to know about you as a student?
I am a visual learner and ask a lot of questions. Some of those questions maybe annoying or repetitive, but remember its for a good purpose. (me)
What do you wish was different about school?
I wish it had a period of the day when there was no classes or athletic practices so I could take a nap or eat a meal in peace.
Describe a moment in school last year when you felt really engaged. Why do you think that moment was such a positive one for you?
Finals of last semester, I needed to do well so my mom would be proud of me! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
What do you think teachers think about you, and what do you wish they’d think about you?
Teachers probably think that I am an athlete that thinks its okay to just get a C, but I am always pushing myself to go against the odds and try my best.
Tell me about a teacher who you feel knew you well. What kind of student were you in his or her class? What did he or she do to get to know you?
I knew my english teacher very well while in high school. She knew what my strengths and weaknesses were and always tried to help me. I was a student who didn’t really care what grade i got in the class as long as it was C. She was just very open with me and never gave up on me as a student. Almost like a mother at school.
If you could build a school, what would it look like?
First, it would be in California. Second, the cafeteria would be BOMB. Third, it would look like a typical private, stuck up, white neighborhood school. (Just google New Trier High School, and that will give you a pretty good idea).
What do you wish I would ask you so that I can be a good teacher for you?
Ummmmm, what is the most proud moment of yourself you can remember, and why?
What makes a weekend day great for you?
FoOd. TeLeViSiOn. DoG. WaLk At ThE BeAcH.
Anything else to add? Nooooooooooo
Finally, include a photo of yourself in your Medium post so I can start putting faces to names.