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Final Presentation For Teachers in Action


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This is my Final presentation for EEX

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Final Presentation For Teachers in Action

  1. 1. Musical Discovery<br />Sheri Weston<br /><br />Erica Tank<br /><br />Dulce Barajas<br /><br />April 6, 2010<br />EEX 4070<br />
  2. 2. Personal Demographics<br />My name is Dulce Barajas<br />Some of my interest are<br />Working with the youth at my church and helping<br /> out with different church events.<br />I have done a lot of volunteer work with<br /> different cultures and economic background. <br />I have experienced many interesting things<br /> in my life.<br />I work for an elementary school in Poinciana as<br />a Duel Language assistant.<br />
  3. 3. Early Perceptions<br />This is how we felt<br />Scared<br />Nervous<br />We honestly expected <br />Chaos<br />Unsure<br />Excited<br />
  4. 4. Introduction to the Setting<br />
  5. 5. Demographics<br />
  6. 6. Engagement Activities<br />
  7. 7. Engagement Activities <br />How it all got started<br />Fundraiser idea<br />VCC<br />Spoke to professor Grosia (Ale) <br />He volunteered to do a show as a fundraiser) however a fundraiser was not needed.<br />We changed it to a concert for the UCP students<br />
  8. 8. Participant Demographics<br /><ul><li>Age Range: 0-4
  9. 9. The Students were bilingual and multicultural
  10. 10. The students with some of the following conditions are serviced here:
  11. 11. cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism
  12. 12. We volunteered with about 80 children.</li></li></ul><li>Reflection of your Experience<br />
  13. 13. How has this experience effected you?<br /> This experience truly taught me that students with various conditions can learn to interact together and become educated like many mainstream children.<br />What experiences had the most impact?<br /> Like I stated earlier I was very nervous for the unknown. The most impacting part from my experience was when I saw the children will all sorts of disabilities sit nicely with supervision and enjoy a mini concert. Their beautiful faces seemed so drawn on the show that nothing else in the world mattered.<br />What will you take away from the experience?<br /> I will take with me the knowledge and understanding that students can learn no matter what their condition may be.<br />