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At 12:15pm on June 30, 2010, Melissa Barron said…
Thanks so much for sharing your lesson with our class. I think we sometimes wonder "How does this work for Math or Science" and you gave me a lot of great ideas!! THANKS!
At 12:09pm on June 30, 2010, Sheila Liss said…
Hi, thanks for giving up time with your little one to come and talk to us. I was impressed with your poise when you presented to us. Good luck student teaching!
At 12:08pm on June 30, 2010, Mercedes Draftz said…
Thank you for coming into our class. I would have been so lucky to have a teacher like you when I was younger!
At 12:08pm on June 30, 2010, Patricia Allison said…
Deborah, Thanks so much for sharing your great lesson plan. Good luck with your teaching!!
At 12:08pm on June 30, 2010, Sherry Snyder said…
Thanks for sharing your lesson with our class. It is apparent that you are ready for the classroom. You will make a great teacher!
At 12:07pm on June 30, 2010, Donna Pope said…
Thank you for your presentation. It was veery interesting and I love the golden rectangle!
At 12:06pm on June 30, 2010, Alice McLoughlin Doro said…
Thank you for spending your afternoon with us. I was truly amazed by your lesson plan. i wish I had a teacher like you for math...I know I would have been more successful. Alice
At 10:59am on June 30, 2010, Joseph J. Wechman said…
Hello Deborah,

I have always loved social science because I have always felt that it teaches a little about everything. Growing up we didn't have the same technology or visuals used today. A lot of my love of learning came from the stories and enthusiasm my teachers conveyed.

Ironically, I teach at the junior high that I went to many years ago. There will be a math opening at our school next year (Jefferson Junior High School in Woodridge). If you get your student teaching done, it could be a prime opportunity.

Take care.
At 7:19pm on June 29, 2010, Donald Miller said…
Ryan doesn't have to ask me to be nice, I;m just a nice guy :) But seriously, nice job on the golden ratio thing. I'm at Addison Trail High School, 10 years.
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At 1:53pm on June 29, 2010, Cindy Harris said…
Thanks so much for sharing your hard work! Best of luck to you.

Cindy Harris
At 7:30am on June 28, 2010, Joseph J. Wechman said…
Deborah,

Thank you for making math less intimidating for us liberal arts majors. Your lesson in Ryan's class last week showed us all the potential for relevant learning in all subjects can be.

It is a lot of work, but there is always a need for good teachers and you are well on your way! Congrats and thanks for introducing us to a different vision of math instruction.
At 9:52pm on June 27, 2010, Donald Miller said…
I really enjoyed your visit with our class. I want to encourage you to continue to strive to be that math teacher that does things out of the box. Your lesson gave every one of us an opportunity to explore math in a creative and engaging way. It is experiences like these that students will remember and keep with them for the rest of their lives. Thanks again for the enjoyable experience learning math. Keep up the good work.
At 4:04pm on June 24, 2010, Terri Grams said…
Thanks so much for your sharing your really amazing lesson with us yesterday. That was really an amazing amount of effort and work that went into it. Your ability to reach students is obvious and I bet you'll have no trouble finding employment when you're ready. I don't know much about what's happening in Addison Trail's math dept but when you're ready for employment and need a reference at AT, let me know. I'd be happy to put in a good word! THanks again!
At 2:04pm on June 24, 2010, Cindy Kusswurm said…
Very impressive lesson for our class today. Thanks for sharing with us!
At 9:46pm on June 23, 2010, Beth Hoffman said…
Thank your for coming in to our class today. You had some really great ideas. If I had you as a math teacher in high school maybe I would have learned something. I became a teacher because I never wanted anyone to feel the way I did with math. Thanks again and good luck student teaching and finding a job!
Beth
At 9:33pm on June 23, 2010, Jean Maxstadt said…
Great job presenting today. We are a tough crowd and you handled it all with ease! Good luck with your classes this coming year. Keep in touch and let me know if you need anything :).
Jean
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