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Sunday, April 12, 2009
Open Mic-Role as a Student
I just want to say that I really needed this year in NTI. I've had a desire to go to grad school since I began teaching and this program has helped me reconnect with the student role. I greatly appreciate all of the instructors and their encouragement and criticism throughout the program. The level of instruction that I have received through the program has more than prepared me for studies at the master degree level. There are a few aspects of the student role that I need to fine tune and because of the NTI program I will be able to make a smooth transition into those changes. I also want to thank my fellow classmates for their support throughout the program as well. I have learned a great deal from their trials and experiences and have adopted some of those experiences into my teaching repertoire. From the blogs to the class settings, I have enjoyed my interaction with some of Georgia's greatest CTE teachers and am a better student and teacher for that.