An Interview With Ms.Nazer
Three Words That Describe Ms.Nazer
2. Caring- Ms. Nazer is caring for her students by listening and helping them understand their work and take the time to not only to see how her students are doing and how life is going but to make sure they understand and help them get a better grade in her class.
3. Flexible- Ms. Nazer is willing to work with the students outside the school around their schedules for sports. For example, she could tell her student who is involved in a sport to come after practice. Ms. Nazer is also flexible because even when things don't go according to plan she works through it.
The Book Club
Ms. Nazer co-founded the book club with current student Dylan Morgan. In this picture, previous book club member is enjoying a book.
Ms. Nazer is always calm cool and collected when teaching her English classes.
Ms. Nazer has a passion for reading which transfers into her teaching.
The Book Club
Life In Ms.Nazer's Room
Ms. Nazer is a very amazing teacher and uses different techniques in the classroom to help her students learn. In her lessons, she adds humor and relatable situations to the lesson to keep her students engaged and willing to learn (or at least listen). Ms.Nazer also works with students to figure things out before making them do it themselves. When doing a reading assignment, Ms.Nazer asks for volunteers to read the story aloud so that students who are more of a listener can hear it and students who are more of a visual person can read along.
Ms. Nazer has very good classroom management techniques in the classroom. Before starting the class Ms.Nazer gives announcements about upcoming due dates, homework, and tests. Ms.Nazer has the students sit in groups to collaborate ideas or ask questions.
Ms. Nazer works on average about 70-80 hours a week doing various different things.
On a scale of 1-10 Ms. Nazer said that you need a 12 in self-motivation or nothing gets done in this job. Ms. Nazer's biggest challenge as a teacher is administrative duties and papers. The biggest reward is helping someone who isnt getting something and then they finally get it and how excited you both get.
The Life of Teaching
the kids are always loud, obnoxious,
and they don't always make it breezy.
The work hours are long and hard,
it feels like everyone is ready to bombard.
Parents are calling upset at their kids grade,
administratives wanting to invade.
Students asking about this and that,
and there's always that one brat.
The look on your students face though,
makes it all worth it,
when you know they almost gave up and quit.
The joy in there face when it finally clicks,
is the fuel that helps all teachers tick.
No one said teaching was easy.
but at the end of the day,
you can honestly say,
I made an impact on a kid,
and that's better than anyone else ever did.