Looking at the school as a major influence in young people’s lives

Looking at the school as a major influence in young people’s lives. Take a few moments to think of the teacher you had in school that you think was the best. What about they made them different from other teachers? What specific experiences led you to form this impression?

Looking at the school as a major influence in young people’s lives

Firstly, Looking at the school as a major influence in young people’s lives.
Secondly, take a few moments to think of the teacher you had in school that you think was the best.

Thirdly, What about they made them different from other teachers?

Also, What specific experiences led you to form this impression?

Reflecting on your notes about that teacher, what ideas about school, teaching, and learning are embedded in your account?

A satisfactory Auto ethnographic Research Report will:

Write up by developing an analysis, discussion and formal presentation of your data, documenting what you did and what understandings you gained from it in light of the readings, lecture, and class discussion. These build on the rough notes you prepare for class and turn them into a report of your “findings” that not only describe what you saw/experienced but also interpret them and draw (tentative) conclusions.

Represent a good-faith effort to carry out the assigned prompt/exercise; Use course Concepts, supported by quotations and paraphrases from assigned readings, to perform an analysis of selected artifacts from your notes;  Based on these analyses, identify one or more themes of relevance to the topic of media and childhood;  Use well-organized and well-edited prose appropriate for a research report;  And include complete in-text citations to all course readings paraphrased or quoted in the report (any outside sources should be referenced in full).

How does school influence your development as a person?
Social Skills

The school plays an important role in helping children learn to interact positively with their peers and teachers. They learn about healthy relationship skills and develop them further through interactions, both in the classroom and on the playground.