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!
Now what, Lord? You have brought me this far, so I know you are not going to leave me hanging.Of course, I had heard of CCU. I listen to K-Love and there are advertisements for CCU all the time. I have a friend who is working toward her bachelor’s in early childhood at Grand Canyon University, and I reached out to them for more information. Yet God seemed to be pointing me toward CCU.
This is important to me because no one in my family has ever made it past high school I would be the first to go to college and get a degree. Which would be a huge deal for me because it is something I have always wanted. This is not only important to me but to my family they are always pushing me to do my best and are always good influences in my life. This relates to my personal purpose statement because I am staying active with school and in the process, I can meet new people who I can help them improve their self’s. Once I finish my degree and get a job I will be able to experience the world more because I will have more opportunities.
I 've learned new lessons every day and strategies to better myself as a student. These last four years of high school was a huge impact on my life because it 's getting you prepared for the next step into your career- your future and experiencing this change of becoming an adult has made me a better person/student. As a student about to graduate, I keep on learning many things and still will these upcoming months, but looking back to my freshman year I have grown into an independent woman who knows that it will be tough after high school. Therefore, I am ready to face the challenges that lie ahead as a soon to be freshman in college. As a student, there are always going to be courses that I excel at and others where I need more help.
I reached my goal and now there are so many opportunities ahead for me. My Walden University Master’s degree in Elementary Reading and Literacy has benefitted me personally, academically and professionally. Achieving a graduate degree was always a personal goal for me. I have two daughters in college that are watching me closely. This accomplishment demonstrates the importance of higher education and how it is achieved through focused determination.
Personal Presentation Hi! I am Houda, a mother of three, two boys and a little girl. I have been married ten blissful years of my life. I had to cut short my studying after I had my first baby, but longed to join the classroom as soon as I could. Though nobody can replace the feeling of having started a family - my three children are nothing short of a blessing, but I felt it was important that I diversify my knowledge and become a better person.
Running Header: LETTER of counsel 1 LETTER OF COUNSEL 8 Letter of Counsel Jonathan Brady COM200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Erin Buseck February 22, 2017 Dear Jonathan and Evelyn, Thank you for coming to me for advice, I am truly honored to help you guys out in your current situation. I have studied and learned valuable information from my Interpersonal Communication course that will assist with making your marriage better.
"You 're going to be a mom," where the words that changed my life forever. A million questions and emotions surging through my mind at the speed of light. A mom, a title and responsibility that I would carry with great poise and grace, the way my mother had carried it while raising me. Three qualities I admired in my own mother and would carry with me into motherhood was her resilience, compassion and ability to be a parent and a friend. That day was the beginning of my adventure into motherhood, and what an adventure it would be.
The reason why I chose Physical Education is because I love kids and I would love to be able to teach them how to live a healthy life. Education has always been the most important attribute to my upbringing whether it's the type of learning that took place in my classrooms, my doctors’ offices or even at my dinner table. During my life, there have been numerous events that have confirmed my beliefs. Those events have also shaped me into becoming the
Now, having achieved my goals and learnt all I could from my earlier career I have decided to go back to my interest in education and try to pursue a further career in teaching. In my schools years I had various classroom assistant roles, helping younger students and special needs classes. Throughout my professional career I have recruited and trained many staff members and it has always been the most enjoyable part of my job. I have learned that it takes patience, trust and respect, along with a lot of creativity and motivation, to teach and train people successfully but ultimately it’s a rewarding outcome helping people to achieve their