An Interview with Mrs.Pauley

By. Raven Boyd

About Mrs.Pauley

Mrs. Pauley is an Algebra 1 and 2 teacher at Tomball High School, teaching a range of students from freshmen to seniors. Along with teaching she is a devoted wife and mother of two young boys. She attended SFA to retain her Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with specialization in math and later attended Sam Houston for her Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in math. Mrs. Pauley is dedicated to her students, working over 50 hours a week, not including the weekends. She loves to see her kids succeed and give 110% to them daily. Even though teaching can be one of the most stressful jobs, Mrs. Pauley has been a successful teacher for many years.

" My greatest reward is seeing the kids learn and succeed." - Nicole Pauley

Algebra in Fine Arts

1, 2, 3 Busy as a Bee

1, 2, 3

busy as a bee

kids going crazy

feeling a little hazy

want them to succeed

just as bad as they need to breathe

teaching is a blessing

but I'm always stressing

Simile of the Day

Mrs. Pauley is bouncing around the classroom like a kid on the trampoline.

The Inside Story : Mrs. Pauley's Classroom

What is being in Mrs. Pauley's Class?

Mrs. Pauley starts her class with checking homework and starting the students on a warm-up. Later, she then starts note taking with the class to prepare for the test they have coming up.

What does Mrs. Pauley's room look like?

Mrs. Pauley has man inspirational posters on her wall for the kids. She is teaching two different Algebra classes, Algebra one and Algebra two, so her board is always filled up with helpful hints for the students to succeed. She has set up table of contents for both Algebra 1 and 2 so the students can stay organized. There are many colors displayed in her room to keep the room lively and vibrant. Mrs. Pauley also keeps up with the latest school news on the red, Tomball cougar display board.

Question of the Day

How much self-motivation does it take to be a teacher?

Mrs. Pauley's answer was a ten!

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