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  • MAET Goal Statement
    By: Tai Kimmerly
  • This is me. This was a very long time ago.
  • These are my parents.
    Mom is a hair dresser.
    Dad is a sheet metal worker.
  • As far back as I can remember, I asked for a piano.
    Can I please have a piano?
  • As far back as I can remember, I asked for a piano.
    Can I please have a piano?
  • Can I please have a piano?
    As far back as I can remember, I asked for a piano.
  • I am a very squeaky wheel.
  • I also took dance as a child.
  • But I didn’t really dance.
  • I played with strange things.
  • People noticed.
  • I stopped doing homework.
  • Are you sure you don’t have any homework?
    I stopped doing homework.
    I stopped doing homework.
  • I switched schools.
  • I switched schools.
    No more uniforms!
  • My new school had choir, so I didn’t have to pretend to dance!
  • I stopped playing with weird things.
  • Well, at least at school.
  • I once again did my homework.
  • Mostly.
  • But I remembered how to work hard.
  • I graduated within the top 10 of my class.
  • After high school, I went to Oakland University to study music education.
  • It didn’t take long for me to realize that friends are better than coffee.
  • Graduation was here again in no time.
  • Graduation was here again in no time.
    Magna Cum Laude!
  • My passion and current job is teaching elementary music.
  • One of my goals is to have a classroom where everyone belongs…
  • Whether they play with glue,
  • Sing too loud,
  • Or need homework reminders.
  • It helps to have lessons the kids want to do.
    The xylophone is mine!
    I get the drum!
    I want the guiro!
    Can I please have a piano?
  • To make sure my lessons are things students want to do, my next goal is to add more technology components to my lessons.
  • It is a great tool to access the world around us.
  • It is also an inexhaustible resource of ways to reach my students, and effectively engage and assess them.
  • In order to improve my teaching and maximize the impact of my subject matter on students, technology is the method I would like to explore.
  • Song used:
    Michaelson, Ingrid. Be OK. Cabin 24 Records, 2008. CD.