As a future middle school teacher, I plan on creating a loving and warm environment so that my students will always feel welcomed. I plan on building relationships with every student by getting to know them and letting the students get to know me. The students in my class will respect each other and want to help on another because I will foster an environment that promotes support. I will culturally aware and teach my students to be culturally aware as well in my classroom. My lesson plans will be created for the students and spark motivation for the students to want to learn.
Along with her brother Fritz, who had pursued his career in mathematics. As a child Emmy spent the majority of her time studying languages at school, for the most part, French and English. Her mother had helped her with a variety of traditional skills in which consisted of cooking, cleaning, as well as playing the clavier. Thereafter, once she graduated from high school, she managed to pass a test that would soon allow her to teach French and English herself. By the age of 18, Emmy Noether finally decided to take courses in mathematics at the University of her birthplace, Erlangen.
I believe that outstanding teachers are passionate, inspired, creative, compassionate, patient and understanding. They take the time to know their students and know them well. They appreciate what attributes to each child’s story and take ownership of their role in the child’s life for that school year. I feel that I have the skills and attributes of an outstanding teacher because of the pride I take in the love and support I show my students and families. I know teachers have the power to make a lasting difference and I start every year with that mindset.
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.
Member, National Honors Society, As an active member of National Honors Society one of our main tenets of leadership is building a strong presence in the community as a whole-school or otherwise. This manifested into offering after school tutoring in math and science areas where the school struggles in terms of college readiness. I was initially apprehensive, wondering if people would show up after school to study. But, I was pleasantly surprised at the number of people willing to take charge of their own learning and taking the after school tutoring extra help. Because I was actively tutoring students I was able to improve my own knowledge of the course material and continuously learn and improve myself.
This would require me to have expertise on the material but on top of that, to be friendly and approachable. This reminds me greatly of the time when I was the co-president of my high school’s tutoring and science clubs during Grade 12. These experiences taught me students can have unique learning styles and that being flexible around their needs is key to successful teaching. That may involve analogies, role playing and being creative in getting the message across. These are the valuable skills that I want to apply and build upon during my job as a TA and I believe these would prove crucial since the class size has increased remarkably for the upcoming
No, I'm not the student who can get all hundreds on quizzes and tests without studying. But I am a person who is able to work hard to improve. With school being an important part of my life, I want to make sure I am performing to the best of my ability. As a prestigious student taking rigorous AP courses I consistently motivate and drive myself to fulfill my goal of getting superb grades. Therefore, additional studying and trying extra math problems just to make sure I understand the concepts, is what I do to make sure I am successful.
I am a very enthusiastic person and it is an academic goal to continue learning to show my enthusiasm at the right time and answer questions at the right time. I have an academic goal to continue to have good listening in class. Math is my favorite class and I have an academic goal to keep doing better and better in math. To continue to improve my grades from progressing to independent is a goal of mine. This year we have read a lot more books and I have really started to enjoy reading, I want this to
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
Learning how to read and write was easy because my mom had already gone over a lot of basic things with me over the summer. I loved being young, making friends was easy. Kindergarten is also where I met Eric. I had two teachers in my class I don 't remember their names. I often was at my grandmother 's house she lived on the street called Rozelle and my mom stayed on Thornhill Dr.
Video Response 3 Addressing a student’s needs plays a vital part in the student’s academic success. Understanding one’s needs requires that a teacher take the steps to understanding the child’s personality traits, interests, abilities, disabilities, and so forth. Students are more likely to grasp the interest of learning a specific subject if they feel that the teacher is kind and understanding, just as Trisha and Brittany’s teachers is. Brittany’s mother mentions that a significant change is notable in Brittany’s self-esteem and grades (Kirk, Gallagher, & Coleman, 2015). Trisha certainly associates her good grades to her relationship with her science teacher and identifies her teacher as helpful (Kirk, Gallagher, & Coleman, 2015).
Not only will I be receiving an excellent education, I will also be learning to grow into a more spiritual, moral person. At St. Brigid’s School, I have done my best to be a good student. I work hard and study to achieve academic success, and I ask my parents and teachers for help if I don’t understand a concept I have been learning. During my time at St.
Being a teacher will help students become more successful in their education. That 's why I want to become a teacher so I can help students understand the concepts of learning different material. That 's why it takes time and effort to finish a task from where you start. Thanks to JSCC I can take campus courses to help me take the classes I need to help me further my education, transfer to a four year institution, graduate with a bachelor 's degree and start my new life with a new career. I am proud to be a
The classes that were offered helped prepare me for my upcoming school years. I learned to not be afraid to find resources that can help me become successful. For example, when I am stuck on a math assignment in class, I will ask tutors or a teachers for help. Upward Bound has provided me with so many college opportunities.