Additional Evidence of
The cycle of feedback and implementation is critical to my growth as an educator. Linked below is the feedback from two separate observations provided by two separate observers: my supervisor from Georgia State University and my mentor teacher at Frederick Douglass High School. Both observers used an INTASC-aligned rubric provided by Georgia State University.
Learner & Learning
See the two slideshows below to view photos taken during instruction and read student testimonials.
Students are exploring a virtual reality environment using VR headsets. Following this activity, students created their own. This was the culminating activity for the unit on matrices, in which students learned that transformation matrices are the backbone of 3D animation and virtual/augmented reality.
She’s a excellent teacher and works with all her students.