First Journal Entry The countdown to graduation has officially begun! A senior means I only have a few more courses to take. Of these courses, the field experience course is the one I have looked forward to since I declared my major because it is the pedagogy of my social work education. Last year, when school ended there was this nervousness and stress that was starting to consume me because of the unknown, this unknown was because I had no idea of where I would be doing my field placement. However, after I received an email from Dr. Russell describing a field placement at Western State Hospital (WSH) I became really excited and felt the stress and nervousness slipping away, but only for a moment.
By asking more personal questions this test gets to know a little about what interests the test taker and what they would enjoy. By getting the role of a guardian I began to think that I would be good with working with children due to that I plan on looking into an education or nursing career. The results that I received from the Jung Typology test made me open my eyes and is causing me to explore different career
Looking back, I recall that I was accepted to go to a mortuary science program in Boston to be a mortician upon graduation. With enthusiasm, I was planning to take the train to school. Believe me, I worked with the guidance counselor and thought, and this was my plan. Sadly, I remember the day my father told me that they could not afford to send me to Boston and instead, they wanted me to attend a local community college first to take classes, and they would help me in the next couple years. Thinking back, I was crushed; I expected to be able to attend the college of choice for my friends.
That morning I was going to meet Stephine Ward my MSW field instructor. Although Stephine is a MSW I learned that she is just working their as an administrator for the agency. My field advisor will actually be Christina she is just on maternity leave for the next month. When I arrived that morning Stephine was having a meeting in her office and I was told to wait for her in the their conference room. While I was waiting a nurse came in to introduce herself and showed me where the bathrooms were and where the kitchen was.
As for my professional experience on the knowledge on critical thinking these strategies will help support the thinking process that I can give and help deliver the information to my students in the proper form. This will also help my students with the lectures that I teach in class, to understand the theory, help social skills, and as well as work ethics. These are so important not for students but for everyone. I can remember when a teacher of mine explained how much one can learn from so many, this is so
After completing research and getting many answers from a mentor that I personally know and trust; I definitely want to continue on the path to become a dental hygienist. There are many institutions such as, colleges, technical schools, or even hygiene programs you can attend to become a dental hygienist. Obtaining a dental hygiene certification does not take long to complete. You will need to complete 2-3 year program to obtain your associates in dental hygiene. Many people that chose to go to a university for a hygiene program are typically trying to reach a higher level in dentistry such as a dentist
This next nine months is going to be all about preparing myself for state board test. If I pass the test then I will be able to get my cosmetology license and become a professional hairdresser. After I get my license, I will work at the salon that I am currently working at as a receptionist, but instead I will be a hairdresser. For the next nine months I will be pushing
It is often used with answering questions that involve scenarios. The B stands for background, the A for action, and the R for result. The these aspects helps get the point across and as much detail on the situation as possible. The second thing I learned is to include in depth detail. Detail tells the employer that you are prepared as well as give them a
I would like to be apart of the first generation to graduate high school and attend college. My brother was the first to start it in my family. Now while I 'm young I 'm trying to make smart decisions that would benefit my career when I am older. One decision that I have made is attending Polytech High school which is a trade school. While I 'm here for my four years I plan on taking the Dental assisting class just to get a start in the Dental field.
However, as I get involved into summative assessments, I should practice creating reports. During my practical placements, I plan to gain further insight into this aspect by discussing about my intention of improving my skills in report writing, with my mentor teacher. I would like to go through a variety of reports on different learning areas from my mentor teacher, and start gathering resources pertaining to report writing. I would take effort to write some reports with comments as a practice, ensuring that it is embedded with proper evidence to support my views (Readman, p.157). As I have insufficient experience in report writing, io would like to utilise databanks of reporting statements, if they are available in the school (Readman,
This is when I felt the urge in going back to college and get to a career that matches my interests as well as my skills. On my journey to discover my dream career, I met with the career adviser a few times. Afterwards, I did some career research and gained some work experience as a Healthcare Assistant and as a Dental Nurse. Two jobs which involved health and people, similar but practicable in different ways. Those experiences made me realise that I have clearly found the field in which I would like to specialise in.
My plans after attending Shawnee Community College is to go on to West Kentucky Technical College in Paducah, KY. There I will continue my education and take the actual classes that are really going to get me ready for being a dental hygienist. After I receive my associates degree in dental hygiene, I will be able to find me a job in a local dentist office working beside the dentist them self. That will not be the end however, I will still be needing training and attend meetings and expos to keep up to date with the latest technology. I haven’t decided yet, but there’s a possibility for me to still go on and becoming a
Also I thought I signed up for one of your classes, but apparently I did not. Once I realized what I did it was too late and I had already filed for FAFSA. Do you think there is anyway I can still be able to take the course? And I still am interested in the laboratory job offer you made in class. Please keep me posted!
Upon graduating in May, I plan to attend the university of my choice to major in biology and study dentistry with a concentration in orthodontics. Being an orthodontist has not always been my career aspiration, I had hopes of being a pediatric cardiologist before. I became fascinated with the profession when I received braces of my own and witnessed the transformation first-hand. This upcoming summer I have made plans to shadow my orthodontist to get an inside look at my future occupation. I joined FBLA to acquire more information about the business world because I hope to have my own orthodontic practice in the future.
By the end of my study, I expect to have gained detailed knowledge about what or who was responsible for human creation, along with how the creation of humans transpired. With this I will be able to understand the similarities and differences between the Quileute myth on human origin in comparison to others myths I have learned thus far. Additionally, with this information, I will be able to organize and construct a two-page essay report that provides the necessary details and information that I have acquired. In order to obtain the necessary information for my study, I will be begin by locating academic articles and journals, along with history resources for my research. Additionally, I will look at documentation from the territory and surrounding areas of the Tribe, La Push,