Teaching Case Study Essay
During my brief observation of an urban middle school, I have found that too often teachers do not have the time to sit down and understand their students. In a day filled with short periods, chaotic class changes, and over a hundred students, this task could seem daunting and unnecessary to some. However, by taking the time to understand your students, I believe you can reach them better in your instruction. Even though you might not have the time to sit down and conduct an interview like I had the opportunity to do, teachers still can find out details about their students every day and simply care about their lives and perspectives.
By understanding the importance of this exercise, I …show more content…
Knowing a little about Hispanic culture from my period of observation at the school, I realize this bad behavior might stem from the absence of the male, who is seen as the dominant figure in the family with more strength and authority than the female. Losing this strong presence could have been difficult for Ana, no matter how responsible or positive this father was in reality. Having her