Student Teacher Talks about Teaching at Fall Semester History Education Reception
Nov 9, 2009 - History student teacher Tim Call was the featured speaker at the history department’s teacher education reception on November 9, 2009. Tim talked about his experiences as a student teacher this fall at Brownsville Middle School and at Jackson’s North Side High School. He stressed the importance of a student teacher making adequate preparations for each day of class and commanding respect among the students. He encouraged Union students at the reception to consider careers in secondary education. After Tim answered several questions about his classroom work, attendees were treated to refreshments. Dr. Judy LeForge, the history department’s education liaison, coordinated the event, and close to thirty people attended.
History student teacher Tim Call talks about his experiences in the classroom at the history department’s education reception on November 9, 2009.
An overflow crowd listens as Tim Call discusses his classroom work at Jackson’s North Side High School.
Dr. Judy LeForge, the history department’s education liaison, thanks Tim Call for his presentation at the November 9 history education reception.
Reception attendees enjoy refreshments at the end of the November 9 history teacher education program.