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Tomorrow I will begin my Practical Experience at a local public school. I am uncertain. I am uncertain about my cooperating teacher. I am uncertain about the class I will be with. I am uncertain about the experience. 

Robert E. Floden and Christopher M. Clar stated that “Teaching is evidently and inevitably uncertain. No teacher can be sure how a lesson will go or what a student will learn“. From this, I am slightly comforted. Knowing that all teachers, both practicing and pre-serviced, feel uncertain and unsure about what faces them in a classroom will help me tomorrow when I meet my cooperating teacher and class for the first time. 

So, I will take things as they come, and realised that everything happens for a reason, and by not perfecting a lesson means I am normal, not unusual. 


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