Did your student leave feeling good about themself? How do you know?
What will you do differently when we meet Mrs. Arce's class?
I had such a good time playing with Mia! She was so fun and agreeable. I loved talking to her because she was enjoyable and she always understood what I was saying. She knew what I was talking about when I asked who her superhero was. Mia was always happy to talk and also loved drawing, just like me! She drew a beautiful butterfly and two trees. I drew her a picture with her name on it. During That's Me, Mia always had an answer and then she was able to tell me all about it. She likes My Little Pony, doing crafts, and horses. She also loved dogs and had two! When I asked her about her superhero, she said that her superhero was Jesus and her dog. After that, I asked her about her friends, and she said that I was her friend. I knew that I collaborated with her and we became friends.
I knew that Mia left feeling great. When she came in, she seemed a little shy and reluctant, but when we started to talk she had a huge smile on her face that never left. When she had to go she waved to me so I knew she was happy.
Next time, I know that I don't have to switch topics really fast because the kids seemed really interested in some of the questions. They seemed to be able to switch topics on their own and still find as much things to be interested in.