[nobe-l] Hello and question

Beth thebluesisloose at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 03:47:26 UTC 2008

Those are questions, Faith, that I also have.  My name is Beth TAurasi
and I am a junior transfer student at Florida State University in
Tallahassee, Florida.  I'm currently working on my undergrad in choral
music education, which seems like more fun  I want to teach high
school chorus, but I don't see how that can happen with a boring
histor professor and a lot of practice time gone down the drain
(grin).  Any advice on classroom management would be greatly
appreciated, especially with a blind music educator.

On 10/26/08, Faith Manion <faith_manion at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Faith Manion and I am a sophomore at Campbellsville University in
> Kentucky. I am completely blind in both eyes and only have light perception
> in the right eye. I am working on my under graduate degree right now and
> seeking teaching certification in high school English. Recently my education
> teachers and I were discussing items I might find difficulty dealing with in
> the classroom. One of the items both of us are unsure about revolves around
> classroom management and I was hoping some of you educators could provide
> some insight.
> How do you manage your classroom? How do you know when students are
> misbehaving and what actions do you take to ensure this stops? What do you
> do when testing to ensure cheating does not occur? What do you do to ensure
> everyone is taking notes and not sleeping when you lecture?
> These are just a few of the major questions that come to mind. I would
> greatly appreciate any information. My education teachers and I both want to
> ensure I receive the proper preparation needed to be successful in the
> classroom and just trying to determine what is best. Thanks for your
> assistance.
> Faith Manion
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