Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 2 - (Page 61)
VOICES FROM THE CLASSROOM
How are you doing more with less in the classroom?
Whether you have 50 students or only one, you have the responsibility to ensure the best education.
Vincent Huynh, Manicuring Educator Advance Beauty College, Garden Grove, California
Jackie Jones, Instructor Kenneth Shuler Spartanburg Campus, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
I am a firm believer that students reflect who their teacher is. From being enthusiastic, having a sense of humor, gaining knowledge, demonstrating teamwork, showing commitment, an act of obedience, displaying motivation, etc. I try my very best to give my class what I feel is in their best interest without watering down the main objective, which is to teach. The resources I have typically give me the ability to make my job more efficient. Advance Beauty College has always provided various resources to support and allow instructors like me to achieve their goals. Every day is a new challenge. Whether you have 50 students or only one, you have the responsibility to ensure the best education. I have been through many experiences in teaching and the one true fact I will never forget is that I am their role model. They respect me, look up to me, and more importantly, they want to learn from me. So what do I give them? I give them what every student desires… and that is all that I have.
Let me just say that our school is in transition. We have great thing coming down the pike. As always, our owners are always looking for ways for our students to be a step above in the industry. With that in mind, as staff we should always be looking for ways to reduce our consumption of resources. I try to find inexpensive things in the stores and other places that I can use for activities in the classroom. I don’t go back to my job with a receipt. If I can find things to use for a dollar or two, then I pay out of my own pocket for it. I want to see my workplace grow, and as it grows we all will grow. We all try to do this together. It is a team effort. In this economy all companies are looking for ways to reduce consumption, so why shouldn’t we? Even though our company is doing well, we want it to do even better.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 2
Message from the AACS President and CEA Chair
Workings of Washington
CEA 2012 Convention Preview
A Student’s Perspective NEW!
A Beautiful Return
AACS Listserve Q & A
Building a Powerful To-Do List
Creating Agile and Efficient Meetings
Wearing Many Hats
Beauty Changes Lives
Your Career Center
Never Assume a Pitch Is Dead
Creating Green Value
And Then There’s Compliance
Voices from the Classroom
Behind the Scenes with The Hunger Games
Creating a Dream Career
Accommodating Students with Disabilities
Associate Member Profiles: Insurance and Legal Services
People & Places
New Products & Services
New School Members
Upcoming 2012 Events
Index to Advertisers
Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 2
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