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  • George Washington University

  • SMARTDC

  • Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

  • Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship

  • National Society of Leadership and Success

  • GW Teach Community Engaged Courses

  • Impacts

    Ballou High School

    I taught tenth graders a unit in Chemical bonding for six days, where we covered topics such as Ionic bonding, Metallic bonding, Covalent bonding, and Hydrogen Bonding. The class was a Project-Based learning class, so the students had a project on Hydrogen Bonding, which was their final product. Throughout the lesson, I asked the students to respond to in-class questions, complete worksheets, and an assessment to deepen and evaluate their chemical bonding knowledge.

    Gave 12.00 hours between 11/09/2020 and 11/17/2020 with GTCH 3103 10 Project-Based Learning SuJin Choi
    Ballou High School

    I had the opportunity to teach Chemistry to tenth graders at the Ballou High School to continue studying education practices. This teaching was a requirement for my Project-Based Learning class, a model that organizes learning around projects. These projects are real-word and personally meaningful. I taught for six days in this lesson starting from 11/9/20 to 11/17/20. I had to cover a Unit in Chemical Bonding, so the project was "Humanity without Hydrogen Bonding, where students investigated the importance of hydrogen bonding in DNA and water. I started to write my lesson plans on 10/11/20 and continued to edit to 11/17/20. I spent most of my time planning, making edits, meeting with my mentor teacher, getting feedback from my mentor teacher, and implementing those feedback. Overall, this experience challenged me as a teacher and as an individual. It challenged me to become a teacher who can make major and minor adjustments to my lessons quickly and find alternative teaching strategies that will cater to my students' learning style. As an individual, it made me realize that I need to be more empathetic, compassionate, and show more grace to my students.

    Gave 90.00 hours between 10/10/2020 and 11/16/2020 with GTCH 3103 10 Project-Based Learning SuJin Choi
    GTCH 3102 Classroom Interactions

    Loved observing my students learning about electronegativity and periodic trends.

    Gave 1.33 hours on 02/25/2020 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, GW Teach Community Engaged Courses, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service
    Wilson High School

    I had a great time observing my students learning about ionic compounds.

    Gave 1.33 hours on 02/04/2020 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University, GTCH 3102 Classroom Interactions, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service
    GTCH 1002 Step 2: Inquiry Based Lesson Design

    I enjoyed teaching middle schoolers because they challenged me to become better at explaining concepts and managing the classroom.

    Did literacy training of 6.00 between 02/14/2019 and 04/12/2019 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University