First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Julia PaskaleFollow

Mentor/s

Martignetti, Prof. Frank. A

Participation Type

Paper Talk

Abstract

Alongside profound aspiration for perusal, prospective educators decipher what level of academia to administer. In the United States, “the system is broken down into three stages: elementary school (Grades K–5), middle school (Grades 6–8), and high school (Grades 9–12).” (Relocate) Definition and subsequent comprehension for elementary and secondary education division prompt prospective teachers. Undergraduate students select elementary or secondary education based on preference in-class audience, desired subject matter of demonstration, and teaching style. A wide array of differences diverges elementary and secondary educators. “In the U.S. teaching, elementary school usually involves one teacher teaching the entire curriculum to the entire class. Teaching middle and high school involves teaching a few subjects, or sometimes just one subject, to many classes” (Quora).

College and Major available

English, Education BA/BS

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

First Year Writing Seminar 125DN, Martignetti

Location

Session L: West Campus West Building W112

Start Day/Time

4-29-2022 1:15 PM

End Day/Time

4-29-2022 2:15 PM

Students' Information

Julia Paskale - Undergraudate English Secondary Education Major

Minor in writing

Class of 2025

Faculty Scholar, National Honor Society, World Langauge National Honor Society, English National Honor Society, Seal of Biliteracy - State of Connecticut -Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, Connecticut

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Apr 29th, 1:15 PM Apr 29th, 2:15 PM

Discourse Community of Elementary vs. High School Educators

Session L: West Campus West Building W112

Alongside profound aspiration for perusal, prospective educators decipher what level of academia to administer. In the United States, “the system is broken down into three stages: elementary school (Grades K–5), middle school (Grades 6–8), and high school (Grades 9–12).” (Relocate) Definition and subsequent comprehension for elementary and secondary education division prompt prospective teachers. Undergraduate students select elementary or secondary education based on preference in-class audience, desired subject matter of demonstration, and teaching style. A wide array of differences diverges elementary and secondary educators. “In the U.S. teaching, elementary school usually involves one teacher teaching the entire curriculum to the entire class. Teaching middle and high school involves teaching a few subjects, or sometimes just one subject, to many classes” (Quora).

 

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