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Involve your supervisor...
Old 03-11-2019, 01:22 PM
 
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I would contact my supervisor at the college and share your concerns. The supervisor should be able to serve as an intermediary between you and the teacher you are working with. As a student teacher with limited classroom experience, you certainly should have more guidance and direction than it sounds you are getting. Are you actively teaching lessons on your own or just supporting what she is planning? And even if you are supporting her, she should be sitting down with you and explaining the direction she is going. Experienced teachers often deviate from the standard materials and use other things, but she should be sharing that with you and explaining what she hopes to accomplish in the lessons she is doing. Are you responsible for a unit or a series of lessons or some small group work? It sounds like you and she need to communicate a lot more. Good luck with everything. You sound like a hard worker.
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