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how has your contact with the students/ teacher affected you.

        My contact with my placement teacher has been alright. We have a great organization system where we have a shared google calendar, and she will write important points that I need to know like when she will be away or out of the class, or even when she posts the weekly agenda, so I had good a good idea on what we will be doing for the week. Another thing that really helps me is the QR reader thing that my placement teacher has made, and it allows me to comment on students behavior and availability to do their work. This program doesn't just help me it helps my placement teacher as well.

My contact with the students has been alright. I do feel like it has changed from the beginning of the semester to now, because in the beginning of the year they felt really distant from me, and it seemed like they were scared of me, but now a lot of them are not scared to put their hand up and ask me a question. Even some of them started to follow me on social media

The contact with the students and teacher has not affected me in a bad way, if it has affected me it has affected me in a good way. It has made me talk more and not really to be afraid to be open to talk to the student or even talk in front of students that I don't normally talk to. Peer teaching has made me a better person.


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Describe your own style of leadership, in relation to your placement teacher's style 
                 My placement Teachers teaching style is very cheerful and enthusiastic and when she teaches it is very interesting. She is a very organized, happy, and fun teacher. I am very happy the I got her for a placement teacher.

My leadership style is very quiet and I feel very fearful that I will say the wrong thing, but most of the time I feel like most of the students are afraid of me. Well I wouldn't blame them, I am an older student and I don't know most of them outside of the class. I have a very different leadership style than my placement teacher.