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Jean Milton
Re: Sara Laverty Introduction
Thu May 28, 2015 09:12

Sara, I am interested to know what you think the dynamics are of the different counties and how they compare with one another. Do you think the areas you interned in produce different students or do you think they are pretty similar? I guess what I'm asking is do you think that the environments these students are in affect them a lot in their education or do you think that the different counties don't differ enough to have that big an impact? I ask this because comparing my younger siblings being schooled in Mecklenburg County differ greatly from students here in Watauga County.

  • Sara Laverty Introduction - lavertyse, Mon May 25 15:46
    I have recently graduated with my bachelors in Elementary Education here at ASU. I am a part of the 4+1 Reading Program. The only teaching experience I have is in my block internships and during... more
    • Re: Sara Laverty Introduction - Jean Milton, Thu May 28 09:12
      • Jean Milton Reply - lavertyse, Thu May 28 10:06
        Jean, I have thought about that a little as I have gone through my time as ASU. Growing up in Wake County, I was somewhat surprised at the schools in these more rural areas. By no means do I believe... more
    • Reply - andersenal, Mon May 25 17:28
      Sara, I think it's really interesting to read about your relative. I feel like we focus a lot on children and students with autism, I rarely think about adults dealing with autism. It's good that you ... more
      • andersenal Reply - lavertyse, Tue May 26 13:09
        I agree, I think that as education majors we focused so much on children with autism but we rarely see, hear, or learn about adults with autism.
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