Psychology

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Zhe
Wang
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SFU Student
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Elizabeth
Wong
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SFU Co-op Student
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Karen
Hayre
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SFU Alumni
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From Speech Impairment To Motivational Speaker

Diversity & Inclusion

While sitting at the airport gate last July, waiting to board the plane to Portland and then onto San Jose where I was scheduled to deliver two presentations on web accessibility, I wondered, "How did I, an individual with a significant speech impairment and a physical disability, get here?"

By: Glenda Watson Hyatt 4648 reads | 0 comments
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MJ
Grondines
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SFU Co-op Student
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Maggie
Ellingsen
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SFU Alumni
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Monique
Wong
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SFU Student
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Dave's Diary: The Best Question You Can Ask

Career Exploration

"How did you get to be where you are?" It's such a delectable question. I think that's because it's an invitation to tell a story, and we inherently love stories. It's also a tiny risk, as the person so questioned might decline the invitation.

By: David Lindskoog 5875 reads | 0 comments
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Carmen
Wilson
Member Type: 
SFU Co-op Student
Type of Experience: 
Co-op Work Term
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Organization: 
TaLK
Organization Profile: 
Teach and learn in Korea, also known as the TaLK program, is a unique scholarship opportunity for undergraduates who are seeking a persona, professional and educational experience in Korea.
City: 
Dangjin
Experience Details
Position Title: 
After school English teacher
Responsibilites / Tasks: 
teach students english phonics and how to read and write and converse. Lesson plan and organize materials. Presentations and entering competitions and lectures.
Projects / Initiatives: 
Best after school english program and competition for essays and powerpoint's as well as video reports.
What did you learn: 
Learned that a large portion of what governs a classroom and how effective students learn and how effective you yourself can teach has a lot to do with classroom management.
Tips / Advice: 
Organize that classroom so that kids are not sitting with other kids at their level because it creates segregation. Also go through with your promises and create clear rules and punishments.
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