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Gailey Bolfing

Room: E138

FCS Teacher

Contact Me:

Email: gailey.bolfing@misd.org

Phone: 936-276-2001 x81941

Conference: 12:13-12:58

Tutoring Schedule: Every Wednesday from 2:40-3:30pm

The Bolfing Family

My name is Gailey Bolfing I teach in the Family and Consumer Science Department. I graduated from Baylor University and grew up in Waco Texas. I have been teaching 21 years. I truly love my job. I get to see such an incredible side of my students because of subject matter that I teach. It is amazing to watch them grow through the year. I am looking forward to getting to know your student and working closely with them to make this a GREAT year!
Montgomery is our 2nd home. My husband is the Head Football coach and all of our kids have attended Montgomery schools. We feel truly blessed to be a part of such a great school district.
Daily Schedule

1st Period        

7:20-8:05

Principles of Educational Training 

2nd Period       

 8:11-8:56     

Principles of Educational Training

3rd Period        

9:02-9:53  

Practicum of Educational Training 1&2

4th Period       

9:59-10:44

Practicum of Educational Training 1&2

5th Period     

10:46-12:03

Cheer

6th Period       

12:13-12:58

Conference

7th Period        

1:04-1:49

Practicum of Educational Training 1&2

8th period        

1:55-2:40

Practicum of Educational Training 1&2

 

 

PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS. It is the policy of Montgomery ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Montgomery ISD will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.  For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 and/or the Special Education/ Section 504 Coordinator Meredith Burg, (936)276-2463, 20774 Eva St., Montgomery, Texas 77356.

Es politica de Montgomery ISD no hacer ningun tipo de discriminacion por raza, color, lugar de origen, genero, o discapacidad, respecto de sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo exige el Titulo VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, segun enmienda; el Titulo IX sobre Emmiendas Educativas, de 1972, y la Seccion 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitacion de 1973, segun enmienda. Para mayor informacion sobre sus derechos o los procedimientos para poner una queja, comuniquese con el Coordinador del Titulo IX, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 y/o el Educacion Especial/ Coordinador de la Seccion 504, Meredith Burg (936) 276-2463, 20774 Eva St., Montgomery, Texas 77356.

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Principles of Education and Training

Principles of Education and Training is designed to introduce learners to the various careers available within the education and training career cluster. Students use self-knowledge and educational and career information to analyze various careers within the education and training career cluster. Students will also gain an understanding of the basic knowledge and skills essential to careers within the education and training career cluster.

Course Outline:

I. Education and Training Career Investigation

II. History of Education

III. Education and Training Career Opportunities

IV. Administration and Administrative Support

V. Professional Support Service

VI. Teaching/Training

Supplies

Composition notebook to be left in class

Pen/ Pencils/Paper (for daily work)

Box of tissues

Glue sticks




Practicum Of Educational Training 1 & 2

Practicum Of Educational Training, formal known as Ready, Set, Teach (RST) is an educational internship. It a double blocked and is a full year elective course. P.E.T. is perfect for students who are considering a career in a field that would include interacting with youth. It is for those who may want to become teachers, administrators, youth workers, social workers, psychologist, and pediatricians.
Students will spend Mon.-Thurs. at area MISD schools where they create and deliver lessons and visual projects under the direction of their mentor/teacher. They will assist the teacher in classroom management and one on one student instruction. This class is very hands on and students will see what truly goes on in a classroom setting. Attendance is a KEY word in this class since it is a practicum style class. Students nor teacher can receive the full benefit of this program if they are not in attendance.


Tentative Course Outline: First Semester

Week

Learning Experience/Concept

TEKS

1st Six Weeks

1-2

Course introduction and orientation.

Overview of classroom instruction and field experience components.

Characteristics of effective teachers.

Qualities of effective schools.

Personal philosophy of education.

Planning for a career in education.

Professional Portfolio overview and initiation.

1…Exploring the teaching profession

3-4

Communication skills.

Communicating effectively with educators and parents/guardians.

Role of classroom communications in promoting student literacy and learning.

Communications activity/project.

4…Communicating effectively

5-6

Characteristics of safe and effective learning environments.

Teacher characteristics that promote and effective learning environment.

7…Creating and effective learning environment

2nd Six Weeks

1-3

Principles and theories of human development.

Professional Portfolio Review

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

4-5

Principles and theories about the learning process; learning styles.

Addressing learning differences and special needs conditions.

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

6

Applying principles and theories.

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

3rd Six Weeks

1-2

Demonstrating subject matter competence.

Continuous development of learning skills.

Teacher behaviors and skills that facilitate the learning process.  Semester Projects Disseminated

Professional Portfolio Review

2…Achieving excellence in subject matter

3-5

Teaching skills appropriate for specific students and subject matter.

Lesson presentations.

2…Achieving excellence in subject matter

6

Teaching Resource Portfolio overview and initiation.

SEMESTER EXAM

Tentative Course Outline:  Second Semester

Week

Learning Experience/Concept

TEKS

4th Six Weeks

1-2

Role of TEKS in planning and evaluating instruction.

Principles and theories of instructional planning.

Creating short and long-term learning objective.

5…Planning effective instruction

3-4

Concepts for developing instructional strategies

Influence of student learning needs & subject matter.

Use of learner feedback to guide selection and adjustment of instructional strategies.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

5-6

Developing and implementing instructional strategies for various subject matter areas and grade levels.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

5th Six Weeks

1-2

Developing and implementing instructional strategies for various subject matter areas and grade levels.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

3-4

The role of assessment as part of the learning process and the teaching profession.

The assessment process.

Using assessment to foster student learning.

Using assessment to promote personal growth and teaching improvement.

8…Assessing teaching and learning

5-6

Application of classroom management techniques.

Conflict management and mediation techniques.

7…Creating an effective learning environment

6th Six Weeks

1

Relationship of school and society.

Supporting learning through advocacy.

Utilizing school and community resources for professional growth.

Utilizing support of family members, community members, and business/industry to promote learning.

Final Projects Disseminated

9…Understanding the relationship between school and society

2-3

Role of technology in the instructional process.

Technology applications appropriate for specific subject matter and student needs.

Using technology as a tool for instruction, evaluation, and management.

10…Developing technology

4-5

Professional development strategies and resources.

Teacher characteristics that promote ongoing professional development.

Using research and assessment to improve teaching.

Developing a professional growth plan.

11…Continuing development as a teaching professional

6

Refine personal philosophy of education.

Present Professional Portfolios and

Teaching Resource Notebook.

Practicum Of Educational Training 1 & 2

Practicum Of Educational Training, formal known as Ready, Set, Teach (RST) is an educational internship. It a double blocked and is a full year elective course. P.E.T. is perfect for students who are considering a career in a field that would include interacting with youth. It is for those who may want to become teachers, administrators, youth workers, social workers, psychologist, and pediatricians.
Students will spend Mon.-Thurs. at area MISD schools where they create and deliver lessons and visual projects under the direction of their mentor/teacher. They will assist the teacher in classroom management and one on one student instruction. This class is very hands on and students will see what truly goes on in a classroom setting. Attendance is a KEY word in this class since it is a practicum style class. Students nor teacher can receive the full benefit of this program if they are not in attendance.

Tentative Course Outline:  First Semester

Week

Learning Experience/Concept

TEKS

1st Six Weeks

1-2

Course introduction and orientation.

Overview of classroom instruction and field experience components.

Characteristics of effective teachers.

Qualities of effective schools.

Personal philosophy of education.

Planning for a career in education.

Professional Portfolio overview and initiation.

1…Exploring the teaching profession

3-4

Communication skills.

Communicating effectively with educators and parents/guardians.

Role of classroom communications in promoting student literacy and learning.

Communications activity/project.

4…Communicating effectively

5-6

Characteristics of safe and effective learning environments.

Teacher characteristics that promote and effective learning environment.

7…Creating and effective learning environment

2nd Six Weeks

1-3

Principles and theories of human development.

Professional Portfolio Review

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

4-5

Principles and theories about the learning process; learning styles.

Addressing learning differences and special needs conditions.

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

6

Applying principles and theories.

3…Understanding the learner and learning process

3rd Six Weeks

1-2

Demonstrating subject matter competence.

Continuous development of learning skills.

Teacher behaviors and skills that facilitate the learning process.  Semester Projects Disseminated

Professional Portfolio Review

2…Achieving excellence in subject matter

3-5

Teaching skills appropriate for specific students and subject matter.

Lesson presentations.

2…Achieving excellence in subject matter

6

Teaching Resource Portfolio overview and initiation.

SEMESTER EXAM

 

Tentative Course Outline:  Second Semester

Week

Learning Experience/Concept

TEKS

4th Six Weeks

1-2

Role of TEKS in planning and evaluating instruction.

Principles and theories of instructional planning.

Creating short and long-term learning objective.

5…Planning effective instruction

3-4

Concepts for developing instructional strategies

Influence of student learning needs & subject matter.

Use of learner feedback to guide selection and adjustment of instructional strategies.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

5-6

Developing and implementing instructional strategies for various subject matter areas and grade levels.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

5th Six Weeks

1-2

Developing and implementing instructional strategies for various subject matter areas and grade levels.

6…Developing and using effective instructional strategies

3-4

The role of assessment as part of the learning process and the teaching profession.

The assessment process.

Using assessment to foster student learning.

Using assessment to promote personal growth and teaching improvement.

8…Assessing teaching and learning

5-6

Application of classroom management techniques.

Conflict management and mediation techniques.

7…Creating an effective learning environment

6th Six Weeks

1

Relationship of school and society.

Supporting learning through advocacy.

Utilizing school and community resources for professional growth.

Utilizing support of family members, community members, and business/industry to promote learning.

Final Projects Disseminated

9…Understanding the relationship between school and society

2-3

Role of technology in the instructional process.

Technology applications appropriate for specific subject matter and student needs.

Using technology as a tool for instruction, evaluation, and management.

10…Developing technology

4-5

Professional development strategies and resources.

Teacher characteristics that promote ongoing professional development.

Using research and assessment to improve teaching.

Developing a professional growth plan.

11…Continuing development as a teaching professional

6

Refine personal philosophy of education.

Present Professional Portfolios and

Teaching Resource Notebook.


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http://www.khake.com/page81.html
http://www.internet4classrooms.com/ct-fcs.htm

http://classroom.4teachers.org/ (classroom architect)

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