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Prof. V's Student Ambassador Group

This group will work in conjunction with other students and instructors to build bonds across boarders and discuss issues in education.

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Latest Activity: Aug 19, 2013

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Chapter 9 Classroom Expectations 3 Replies

These are expectations for my future fourth grade class. Classroom Expectationsv  Bring what you need with you to class each day.v  Listen to the teacher (or any authority) and your peers.v  Follow…Continue

Started by Brooke Felden. Last reply by Lindsay Hankins Apr 16, 2012.

Saint Patrick's Day- Erin Brady and Colleen Manson 68 Replies

All about Saint Patty's Day- the differences between the United States and IrelandContinue

Started by Erin Brady. Last reply by Amanda Miller Apr 15, 2012.

The Culture of the Cornish by Ali Valvo and Caitlin Miller 65 Replies is a video on one of the main cultural sports of Cornwall.…Continue

Started by Caitlin Miller. Last reply by Joshua Wertheim Apr 14, 2012.

Student Ambassador Project 3/19/2012 Preston Cain and Amanda Miller 63 Replies

Click on the PowerPoint attachment.Continue

Started by Preston Cain. Last reply by Marcy Mulligan Mar 29, 2012.

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Comment by sanfeer on January 29, 2012 at 2:26pm
A glorious acquaintance in your hour of need

Rest your hand upon my blade for the comfort you seek.

Would you dare open your heart as much
To a floundering fellow of little human touch.

Seek your shade under my wing, friend

And let loose a tumultuous string of events.

Whence you were created, so was I

In one’s image; we’re the same in His eye.

A starking disparity towards change be noted

A mind essentially invigorating ought to be offloaded.

Won’t you dare open your mind a little

For I can sense the claims of a character ever so brittle.

A potter out on a limb, never too afraid to make a mess

One strives to remain of assistance shall you ever be under stress.

A simple fee fueled by a sense of narcissism

Negotiated in your eyes through your vindicated exorcism.

Trampling the demons of your head under my sole

One look above, towards the benevolent soul.

Do me a favour, for you owe me

Now, do me two, for I own thee.

Where may the demons of my head take rest?

Upon whom could they ever be unflinchingly pressed?

For you are incarnated solely and purely in my image

I honour you with my sins and all subsequent carnage.

The trust in your veins shall be duly rewarded

A soldier of will, or for the lack of it afforded.

Permit me to live on in your heart and your mind

You are me, in everything but your flesh and rind.
Comment by sanfeer on January 29, 2012 at 2:17pm

hi friends, i am sanfeer from india ,kerala,

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Comment by Brooke Felden on January 21, 2012 at 10:14pm

Hi everyone! My name is Brooke Felden and I am in Prof V's Intro to Teaching class. This is my last full semester at SCF, just have to take a couple math classes in the summer and then I'm transferring to USF Sarasota. I'm majoring in Elementary Education. I come from a family of teachers. In addition to going to school full-time, I work as a nanny for two wonderful kids (ages 2 and 4). I really enjoy working with kids and I can't wait to be in the classroom.

Comment by Oksana Miroshnichenko on January 19, 2012 at 12:25am

Hello, my name is Oksana Miroshnichenko and I am in Professor Cumbo's Intro to diversity in Education Class. I live in North Port Florida and attend SCF of Venice. I hope to get my A.A degree by the end of this summer and transfer to USF by spring of this year and get my Bachelors in Elementary education. I have always known that teaching is what I would end up doing and now I'm excited to finally be getting a step closer to the day when I can finally have my own classroom. I hope to learn a lot in this course about what I can expect to happen in the real classroom setting.

Comment by Nicole Schubiger on January 18, 2012 at 10:51pm

Greetings, I am in Prof. Cumbo's diversty class and plan to graduate in May with my associates and continue on to complete my bachelors w/in two years. At this time, I'd like to teach three and four year olds, they are just too cute

Comment by Ashley Conn on January 18, 2012 at 11:31am

Hello my name is Ashley Conn and I am currently enrolled in Professor Cumbo's Intro to Diversity class.  I have lived in Florida all of my life.  I have two brothers one and one younger than me.  I just recently graduated with my AA this past December and I am working towards my Bachelors.  My favorite subject to teach would have to be History.

Comment by Joshua Wertheim on January 17, 2012 at 11:37pm

Hi my name is Joshua Wertheim and I am taking Intro to Diversity class. The reason why I am taking this class is to become a teacher that students can reline on.

Comment by La'Kisha Denise Devoe-Washington on January 17, 2012 at 1:09pm

Hello Everyone, my name is La'Kisha I am a sophmore in Professor Cumbo's Diversity class. I am in between thought process of changing my major from Nursing to Teaching I love the idea of working in both fields but I need to make a decision soon so I can move on. I think this class and others like it will be a great resource for me to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. Good Luck in the Course to you all.

Comment by Emily Parsons on January 17, 2012 at 9:36am

Hi Everyone my name is Emily Parsons and I am a student in Prof. Cumbo's Intro to Diversity class. I was born in Boston Massachusetts and moved here when I was young. I have an older brother and three older sisters so I am the baby of the family. I love sports and have played a lot of them. All four years of High School I played softball and was even the captain of the team my senior year, I miss it a lot. I will be graduating from SCF in the summer with my AA and I will begin at USF to pursue a BA in Elementary Education. My dream would  be to teach either first or second grade. I currently work at a daycare and babysit frequently for a few families. Workig with kids has always been my passion and just seeing their face when something clicks is so rewarding to me.

Comment by Elizabeth Petty on January 15, 2012 at 2:28pm

Hello fellow future teachers. My name is Liz Petty and I'm in Professor Cumbo's introduction to diversity class, at Laurel Nokomis School. I was born and raised in northern New Jersey and have lived in Florida seven years now. My husband and I enjoy golfing on the weekends and playing with our two dogs. We have a thirteen year old mini pincher and a five year old english bulldog. I'm very excited for this semester's opportunity to get into different classrooms and with this experience I will have a better understanding of what grade I want to pursue. I look forward to working with you all.


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