I would like to continue my education at Cal State La to pursue my post baccalaureate study and earn a teacher credential in mild to moderate disabilities. Becoming a teacher has always been a goal of mine, since I was young girl. I always known I wanted to become a teacher thanks to all the great teachers I had through my education in elementary and high school, who inspired me and pushed me to work hard because they cared. But, most importantly showed me how a teacher should teach and care for their students, making my experiences in school deeply meaningful. And because of all the great support they gave me I fell in love with the profession of teaching.
Nikki Giovanni has voice that is not afraid to speak what is on her mind. She strives to foster that same confidence in students and listeners through her educational practices and poems. Her methods and ideals are similar to ideas of revolutionizing the education system proposed by the influential educator Paulo Freire. Her powerhouse messages of encouragement and unorthodox learning have influenced the way I see the world around me. When I think of Nikki Giovanni now I have very vivid memories, ideas, and ideas about how I view education and the world around me.
The effective and appropriate education would enhance English language skills for women, so they could teach their children and use it to converse with everyone. In addition, particular education is necessary for women to be qualified to a certain degree. Educated women would become “the stewards, and guardians of their husbands’ property” (117). Therefore, women would be able to engage in civic participation in the early American republic as
I loved learning how to write a narrative and procedural essay. My teacher explained how to complete a narrative, and procedural essay clearly. I would love to use some of her teaching methods someday. It 's an amazing feeling to be able to write about an experience that altered your life. If I teach English someday, I want my students to learn how to express themselves when they write.
Not only did she set a role to the women, she set a role to the kids. She kept going to school to learn more and more. Without it she would 've never gotten to where she made it too. Ochoa brings out the courage and setted an example that nothing is ever to difficult for anyone. Ochoa has made a big inspiration to the kids as well as it relates to the woman.
As I pondered on where I wanted to go for my cross cultural mission experience I had a very broad imagination. I imagined myself traveling half way across the world and helping individuals in foreign countries. I saw myself interacting with people from all over the world. Then I began to really think where God wanted to put me for my cross cultural mission experience. I realized as I looked at the community thirty minutes away from my house they needed just as much help as individuals half way across the world.
I remember all the teachers in my past that were helpful, loving, kind, happy, sweet, patient and understanding. It left a deep footprint in my heart. They have inspired me to want to do the same for others. Schools need hard working, responsible and caring teachers that care about what students do. I feel I have those
The characters that were chosen to play each role fit perfectly. I loved how the director and producers decided to show Akeelah talking to her dad because it allowed the viewer to see how much he meant to her and that he is the reason she spells. This movie was empowering and consisted of a powerful message that encourages you to be who you are and not let other people stop you from doing what you are meant to do. Akeelah had to overcome so many challenges with people judging her and problems with her mom, but everyone was able to come together and help her. I loved that they showed all the people in the community she worked with helping her spell the final word.
I felt comfortable being around kids. I have always wanted to specialize in something that involved children. Having this opportunity made me completely sure that I wanted to be around children for the rest of my life. The teachers would always ask me for help and for me it felt right. It felt like I belonged there.
There were times when my parents spoiled me but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish. Having two other siblings helped me prevent the want of being selfish. I do not know what I would do without my family. My family is very inspiring because they show me all aspects on how I should live my life through their experiences like education, parenting, and work ethic. My family’s past experiences also teach me how to live my life the best way possible.
Malalas shows dedication in many ways when it comes to her fighting for her education. She didn 't give up, she kept pushing to speak her mind and that important to her, she worked to spread that woman should get an education just like men. "Peace in every home, every street, every country this my dream. Education for every boy and girl in the
Personally, she encourages students by giving everyone opportunities for success. Kristin helps children learn through figuring out where they are at, targeting achievable goals, coming up with strategies to meet those goals, and practicing until they meet them. This model would be similar for a child with a disability, except the goals would be broken up into smaller more achievable goals. Her personal approach to learning is “All out, go get it!”. This no holds barred approach always starts with research and helps her stay focused and on track.
The gradual release model is used in every topic in Mrs. Kern’s class and the students respect each other and the group to make it run smoothly and are always kind to those that may need more explicit instruction. Her class actually says, “I do”, “We do” and “You do” prior to the steps being worked on. This helps them to recognize that they are being helped, they are helping and they are doing what they have learned. It gives them a sense of pride and
I have always enjoyed children and working with them but once I understood that there was a career that could enable me to improve a child’s life I was set on becoming an Occupational Therapist. I knew I could assist and change the lives of children that have been told they could not succeed nor live life to their fullest potential. Regardless of the struggles these children are facing, they are capable of a multiple of tasks for success. This is the work of an OT to capitalize on their strengths, to allow them to be the absolute best child (and then adult) that they can be. There is nothing more effective to preserve the future of our world and mankind than to nourish each child.
With all the struggles and obstacles I faced I was able to accomplish it with determination and my drive to do better for my future. I started to ask for extra help when I needed it, turned in all my work, studied for all my tests and quizzes and had a positive view that things would go well. From these experiences it has pushed to become involved with kids that may not be in good circumstances and help them out as a social worker or psychologist. Making kids see their own value and strength they have for themselves is very important for me to achieve. Every kid has a different story and if can help them work towards a better future, I would love to pursue that as a career that I will