#PhenomenalFriday: “I’m Getting Recognized”
As I reflect on the week, I thought about how I’m Getting Recognized.
Thursday, I received an email from a LitCon 22 representative with the evaluations(ratings) for my presentation: Adding Rigor To A New Word Study Approach.
Did people like the training? Apparently so.
I was graded in five areas.
1. The ideas and information I learned have value for my work.
2. Instructional methods were appropriate for content.
3. Sessions met my expectations.
4. Instructor was knowledgeable about the subject matter.
5. Instructor’s delivery was effective
A few comments.
I love the student engagement in this presentation. Seeing a student participate helped my understanding of what Jeremiah described. Thank you for sharing your ideas and for providing so many examples.”
I love the student engagement in this presentation. Seeing a student participate helped my understanding of what Jeremiah described. Thank you for sharing your ideas and for providing so many examples.
I am so pleased to have learned about specific ways to incorporate word study into my teaching. One big take away I had was using the Vocab Trailer to get students talking in complete sentences.
According to my friend, Reggie(who has done a few presentations himself), I’m in the 90th percentile…too cool.
I’m grateful for the help that I received. Sandra Simpson, my brilliant aunt, was my co-presenter. Elizabeth Gibson did an awesome job as the student participant. Tareva Hill and Brittaney Horner made the session more interactive with their participation.
I’m appreciative of the feedback from two co-workers, Ashley Stewart and Nancy Motley, who is one the GOATS of Professional Development.
Their feedback helped me make adjustments and enhance the presentation.
In the time since the presentation, fellow educators have started using my resources and routine.
I’m beyond humbled. The person who was once asked to teach Behavior is now Teaching Pedagogy.
I’m Getting Recognized.
Be Phenomenal, Mr. Short