Passions and Anxieties

For my video I chose a song called “How Come” by Ray LaMontagne and the song “Razzle Dazzle” from the musical Chicago. I chose “How Come” I really felt that it perfectly described my view of the government and I chose “Razzle Dazzle” because it described how I feel our government sometimes treats us, trying […] Continue reading

My Passions

My passion is children; their health and well being. I am passionate about caring for children and making sure all of their needs are met. For me this includes their spiritual health. There are children around the world that are in unsafe and uncaring environments. For me I hurt for those who are hurting. I […] Continue reading

Passions and Anxieties

This fall I had the pleasure of taking CD 469: Contemporary Issues in Child Development at Humboldt State University. During one of the presentations in that class I was reminded of all of the benefits that come with teaching students one or more languages concurrently with English. From my own personal experience, I took classes […] Continue reading

Passions and Anxieties

I am passionate about understanding and working with children with autism or exceptionalities. There is a common misconception that to have autism is to be disadvantaged, as future teachers who will have children with autism in our classrooms. We need to understand what it is so we can be the best we can be with […] Continue reading

Kayla M.: How to Change the World

Passions & Anxieties I am very passionate about contributing both positively and effectively to communities, societies, and relationships. However, defining what is “good” or “best” for communities, societies, and the people within them can develop anxiety when deciding what steps to take for forward movement. This video embodies both my passions and anxieties that contribute … Continue reading Continue reading