Justin's EIS

Eis "take aways"

The four most valuable ideas/concepts that I learned from my experience were some of the attention getters. The bell ringer is useful to get students on task in the morning. Life in the shop is much simpler with fist to five to check for understanding. When there are questions that don't particularly flow with what we are discussing take them to the parking lot. Finally the use of I have who has in the shop for tool identification will save time for other concepts to be learned.
I believe that the experience was a great one. The best day was when Dr. Breed came to talk about his experiences.