He never shuts down anyone’s ideas. He takes corrections really well.
He is helpful at helping us answer our questions clearly and is always positive.
He is funny and kind and he is understanding. He teaches us in a way that is entertaining, but still helps teach us.
He makes it easy to ask questions.
He is funny and kind and willing to help whenever we need it.
From Mr. Randall: “One of the most important experiences I can offer my students and children is the opportunity to fail in a safe and wholesome environment; that learning to do hard things and overcome challenges is essential for real happiness and success…”
Favorite Student Interaction — “Sharing positive comments about them in front of the class and meeting with them one-on-one.”
Curriculum Highlight — “…conducting our Greek Olympic games and Roman chariot races.”
Teaching Focus — “The subjects I teach are secondary to the life lessons, habits, and values I am trying to instill in [my students].”
Hobbies — hiking, camping, playing games, and reading
Service — scout leader, state and county delegate
Education — Bachelors of Arts, Elementary Education, BYU-Idaho
An Experience That Prepared Me to Teach at AHS
“I remember sitting in Bro. Marshall’s American Civics class at BYU-Idaho shortly after I had decided to go into teaching. He bore such a powerful witness of the greatness of our nation and the Founding Fathers that I determined that I wanted to be a teacher like that. I feel that the seeds for love of country, history, and truth were planted before this life, were nurtured in childhood, and finally began sprouting in my young adult years. This experience and others at college began an insatiable appetite to learn all things traditional America. I want to light or keep lighting that same spark in others that touched me so powerfully that day.”
– Mr. Randall