Essay About Becoming A Teacher

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When I was a high school student, I never dream of becoming a teacher because of the immeasurable responsibility that you have to carry on. However, I came to realize that being a teacher is a calling and that I must really respond by becoming an educator—and this is the reason why I enrolled at the “National Center for Teacher Education”, the Philippine Normal University. After pursuing my college degree, I came back to my hometown in Batangas. Fortunately, I was able to meet all the requirements in my application in De La Salle Lipa. I’m honored and blessed that after 3 years, I became a permanent teacher. I owe all the teaching and learning experiences to my Curriculum Coordinator, colleagues, parents and students who guided me along the way because I will not become the teacher I am today without my past and the people surrounds me. Indeed, I’m very much willing to take another milestone in my teaching career for my professional development and for the benefit of my students. For now, I want to strengthen my mission as a De La Salle teacher in teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming the lives of my dear students!…show more content…
Education must be for all! It is not a privilege but it’s a right. Education is a basic human right. Like all human rights, it is universal and inalienable—everyone, regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity or economic status, is entitled to it (UNICEF, 2012). My teaching goal is to help my students realize the power of education in their lives. Furthermore, my teaching philosophy has been influenced by my learning experiences and environment. Learning new skills in the academe and applying them to one’s life is a continuous process and must be in line to the developmental stage of our

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