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Transcript of Madison Morgan
I enjoy many things, but I have some favorite hobbies. I like playing volleyball, basketball, and soccer. Im also known as a band geek..I play the normal, clarinet for marching band, but I normally play bass clarinet. The two are pretty different from each other..
I am the middle child..the worst position a kid could be in..I have two other sisters, my older sister is 19, Brooke. My little sister is 11, I think, Nikki. And I have my mom and dad. I have a lot of pets as well.
Who am I?
This is ME.
History on my career
The start of..
The european settlers in the North American colonies, in the 17th centuries, initially recreated the school systems of their homelands.
Back then, teachers were more strict, aloud to do things that would be very much against the rules today. In ancient times, getting educated was difficult, money wise. Girls would often stay home, for school. While boys went to actual school.
Today, the technology we use, is way different. Way more advanced, and allows us to do much more. Now, we do most of our school things, using interenet. That has increased the ability to do more advanced learning. Over time, using techonolgy has changed the way we learn by a lot.
who fears death, spiders, high school
who gives love, ideas, laughs
who would like to see heaven, my future, Channing Tatum
resident of Baldwin City
About Maya Angelou..
Maya Angelou is a well known, poet, writer, teacher, and actress. She wrote, " I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" And was also known, for her position in Civil Rights.
Born: April 4, 1928
Died: Still alive..
Einstein published hundreds of books and articles. A VERY well known teacher. Studied and taught science.
Born: March 14, 1879
Died: April 18, 1955, age 76.
Auto Bio Poem
fun, loving, short, crazy
friend of Robert
lover of god, friends, animals
who needs comfort, food, love
who feels happy, confused, love.
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Extravert(78%) iNtuitive(12%) Feeling(12%) Judging(33%)
You have strong preference of Extraversion
2 dogs, 1 cat, 2 horses, 2 chinchillas, a hermit crab, MANY fish, (starfish, sea horses, etc.)
Our family has...
Improved ways of learning
Now, we have technology! Allows us to figure things out, easier, quicker, better. The internet has improved ways of learning by VERY much.
Improved ways of learning
Each DAY, new inventions are made. And a huge contribution of that, is to learning. Now, schools are starting the use of Apple ipads, for students, instead of many textbooks, and utensils, etc.
Pencils: 1. Wooden......2. Mechanical
Paper: 1. Made out of trees....2. Faked by a electronic device
Books: 1. Paper, real......2. Digital
You get the point?
Now, we rely on electronics...or more complex versions..
In the future
Technology will get more advanced, along with learning. Will allow us, to teach even MORE advanced than today. Almost EVERYTHING will be electronic.
In the future..
Because everything is evolving into being electronically, it is very possible that teaching, learning, schools, will be completely done over internet ways. It is already being done, but in the future it just might take over completely, and turn into a world wide thing.
Harry K. Wong
This, is Harry K. Wong, a very well known teacher and author. He writes books about, teaching. Giving tips of how to teach, or be a good one.
Died: Still alive..
I am 14 years old.
I am 5'1.
I play, volleyball, basketball, and soccer
I am a middle child.
I am a strong christian.
I am apart of the DCYM staff.
I am known as being annoying..
My best subject USED to be English.
I play the bass clarinet, but for marching, the regular clarinet.
"According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, "median annual wages of kindergarten, elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers ranged from $47,100 to $51,180 in May 2008; the lowest 10 percent earned $30,970 to $34,280; the top 10 percent earned $75,190 to $80,970."
According to the American Federation of Teachers, beginning teachers with a bachelor's degree earned an average of $33,227 in the 2005-2006 school year.
Ultimately, a teacher's salary depends on a number of factors:
•where they are teaching (cities, states and countries)
•what level they are teaching (primary, middle, senior or tertiary)
•level of experience and how many years they have been teaching
•their area of specialty
Salaries vary by state, city and district. If that was not enough, within a state, a city and a district, every teacher earns a salary based on years of teaching experience and education level, or other incentives offered by the state, city or department for which that teacher works. "
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