In school’s children come from an array of backgrounds and each has its own impact on students. As an educator it is important to expose children to different cultures and ethnicities students may not be aware of. Teachers need to celebrate and cherish differences. “Children learn by observing the differences and similarities among people” as well as absorbing the spoken messages that adults share in their life. One curriculum that some schools follow is known as an Anti-Bias Curriculum.
A person in this career teaches high school students. Some of the skills needed are you need to prepare and grade tests and assignments in a timely fashion. You also need to adapt certain teaching strategies to certain students needs. In order to be a teacher you also need to have certain abilities, such as patient, assertive, and communication skills. The duties of this job are pretty simple, to teach.
In order to be an occupational therapist, one must take college preparatory classes in high school because a college degree is needed. One must obtain at least a master’s degree. As an undergraduate, courses will include studies in biological and behavioral sciences. The classes will focus on anatomy, physiology, and neurology. Classes mainly focus on phycology, though (Hawkins).
It is important to teach students about the classroom rules, schools rules, daily routines, learn to practice new skills in the classroom and out of the classroom, and now their school schedule and outside of school schedule. You want to be patient with them and be consistent and have a trusting relationship with them because, if they are suffering depression, anger issues, then they think think that the teacher is gonna failed them. It is best to have a teacher tutor them for whatever is their weakness that needs to be worked on for the children. They want to help them as the best that they possibly can to help them pass, but we want them to know that we care about who you are and we just want to help you to learn something before you move on to the next grade and for the future. All children need stability to have
Students who are allowed to explore, empathize, question, hypothesize, conceptualize, experiment, and evaluate throughout their own learning become productive community members" (Hummell 5). Allowing children to learn to think critically helps them to solve problems and have a logical argument about something they believe is true. Applying critical thinking into schools gives a child a chance to make a difference. Also, Elizabeth McKinstry agrees with Hummell in challenging the next generation to think for themselves. McKinstry writes about how Common Core education helps children become more interactive in the world and teaches them how to apply the knowledge they have learned in life.
Parents trust their children to be taught and educated at school, to be hoped that they will become good and qualified human beings. A teacher takes an important role in motivating the students to get their success in their life. A teacher could bring positive or negative energy to the students that someday will bring him to become a teacher to follow or to avoid by the students. The teachers also play an important role in
I plan to utilize the lessons I learned in high school to continue to excel in the classroom. I love the idea that by being in the JMU Honors program, I will have access to smaller classes, engaged faculty and experiential learning. I am excited at the thought of living and studying with other students who have my same academic focus and I look forward to taking advantage of every opportunity the program would offer. In summary, I think I would be the perfect candidate for the JMU Honors program because I have a desire to continually challenge myself and to strive for excellence. I want to make the most of my four years of college and, just like high school, I plan to excel academically.
Here students complete the final preparatory activities themselves to undertake an intense four-year academic study in an academic of their choice. Their successful transition will be dependent on what was studied in high school. Scholars argue that irrespective of post secondary goals, students must have a thorough curriculum, teaching, and evaluation (Balestreri, Duhon, Harris, Sambolt, & Smerdon, 2014). The National Assessment of Educational Progress “defines a mid-level high school curriculum as four years of English, three years each of social studies, mathematics, and science, and one year of foreign language”. Their research suggests that an increasing number of “high school graduates have taken this core curriculum, which is often deemed the minimal requirement for four-year college admissions” (Roderick, Nagaoka, & Coca, 2009, p. 193).
High school seniors are faced with a wide variety of decisions as they approach graduation. They must decide whether or not they are going to attend college, begin working, or do something else. If they do decide to attend college, they also must decide whether to pursue a liberal arts education or a vocational one. A liberal arts education primarily includes a collection of different classes and topics students can choose to take and study. A vocational route will mainly educate students on their specific intended career.
When I graduate high school, I plan on having future goals that I plan on achieving. My first goal is to go to college and get a degree. I plan on attending Purdue NorthWest majoring in engineering and minoring in business. This is my number one future goal that I need to accomplish because to be able to have a nice life, I need to go to college to support my future family. My next future goal would be get a starting job to be able to support my future family.
Students come to school at different academic levels. These educators need to be able to accurately assess where a student is academically and be able to move them forward. Outstanding educators use informal and formal assessments to drive their instruction. These educators guide students to set their own goals and to work hard to achieve them. Outstanding educators instruct students at the edge of their academic levels, gently pushing students towards their goals.
What are my plans after I complete JSCC? Well that 's a good question because I have a goal. My goal is after I finish going to JSCC, I am planning on transferring from a two year college to a four year institution to finish another two years in a four year institution. I am majoring in elementary education. It takes four years to complete getting a bachelor 's degree.
Psychology was one of my earliest career interests dating back to high school. I would eventually follow my interest and pursue a college degree in this line of study where I obtained a 4.0 in all the courses that were in my major. I also was heavily involved in PSI Chi (The International Honors Society of Psychology) where I served as our chapter’s Vice President. It was due to this passion and success that I was offered a position as an undergraduate Teaching Assistant at SIU. I believe my success and experiences in psychology would allow me to be knowledgeable about the course content and the ability to be seen as a credible source of information to my
I came to Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) after transferring from Gallaudet University. I found that what I was required to take a pre-course before taking the real credit courses at TNCC called English Fundamentals 1. So, I took the class that my counselor and my interpreter, who worked in 25 years at TNCC, recommended me to meet Ms. Dubbé. This semester I have improved my reading and writing skills. I am a better student because I have learned effective strategies and pondered over my future goals.
I am seeking to transfer into the Computer Science Department at Texas A&M University as an Indian immigrant. To begin this process, I have been meeting with Dr. Vivek Sarin and Dr. Richard Furuta, advisors in the Computer Science & Engineering Department at Texas A&M; they recommend that I take core classes at Blinn College. My future career goals are to graduate from Texas A&M with a Master of Science in Computer Science and to obtain a job at a company such as Norton or Microsoft. Being an effective problem solver, working well with others, processing information quickly, and not giving up if I fail the first time make me a good fit for Texas A&M University. My interest in computer science was sparked when I was first exposed to a computer eleven years ago when my father came to the United States from India for the first time.