As a future teacher, I will always have good intentions for my students. I will recognize their abilities and encourage growth while having a positive approach. I will teach in a variety of ways that is beneficial to my students. If they are having difficulties learning the material, I will change my teaching strategies until progress is achieved. I will include every student; the quiet will be heard, the misunderstood will be redirected and the gifted will be rewarded.
They listen to each other and respect all points-of-view, and are sensitive to each other’s needs. It is my goal to be part of the team and be able to combine my range of experience with my ability to be a compassionate, enthusiastic, intelligent lecturer who wants to improve and share my passion for learning and teaching and hoping that I will make a positive contribution as much as possible to this
By watching my role model, I have learned leadership skills that I will always continue to use. I have learned to become an honest person with strong morals. Teachers know that they can trust me to get the work done. If they see a problem happening, they can ask me what is going on and they know that my response will be truthful. If a student has a question or problem, they can trust my opinion on what is the right thing to do.
Service is also important because when we provide any of our time into helping someone or something out it allows us to stay humble and acknowledge what is going on around us. I want to become more involved in services and the honors program will allow me to do so. I am also very well committed to scholarships because with working and school, having financial aid does remove some stress from my life. It also pushes me to work hard to maintain or gain a certain scholarship. The fact that this program can assist anyone in filling out scholarship applications is beyond admirable, because they can get confusing and many need a helping hand in putting down the right
I expect myself to build a successful career. All these expectations are affecting me positively because they serve as a motivation for me to excel myself both academically and personally. Because part of my identity is Ross student, I am always aware of matching myself to the standard and expectation out of a Ross student. Whenever I am assigned to a group project, I not only take care of my own part but
I asked several open-ended questions and closed-ended questions, as well as used other verbal statements to show empathy to the “client”. Future Goals I am hoping to really work on this particular competency in the future. I feel that while I engage well, at times I can be nervous before hand. I want to engage with clients, as well as other entities, more so that I can become less nervous and more adept at my interpersonal skills. I am hoping to improve this competency at my next field placement at St. Ann’s Community.
I am interested in developing well-rounded students and believe a student’s education extends beyond the classroom. I am regularly available to both current and former students for academic, professional and personal advisement. I do not expect perfection but I ALWAYS expect EXCELLENCE and I am consistent in giving them the tools they need for success. All of the aforementioned brings me to my teaching philosophy, which is simply: Students
For one, it is a great challenge. I enjoy being challenged and no matter how hard it is, I am always up for it. I love to dig deeper and expand my knowledge when learning to get a broader understanding of topics. The Honors Program will allow me to do that through its small class discussions. Secondly, I am very focused and take academics seriously.
The ability to use various resources is an important aspect of providing safe care, while simultaneously basing the care on an evidence based practice. In this regard, it allows the student FNP to become confident in making decisions in the interest of the patient. This is a great learning experience to carry forth in the subsequent courses. As we continue to build the necessary knowledge base, there will be times of frustration that will get translated into success. In this class, we had the opportunity to gain value information that has provided a substantial foundation as an FNP.
I learned so much about having hard conversation, and being respectful too. I know now that even if you don’t agree with someone, you can still be respectful to them, as they should be to you as well. This conversation taught me how to communicate with others even if the topic is hard to talk about. I know that this conversation will continue to contribute to my success here at K-state, and through