She was very hard to work with in the beginning of the summer. That was in the beginning of my time as a teacher. By the end of the summer, there was a situation that arose and she handled it so well. I was so proud of her. It is hard to see a student struggle everyday and not look at them in a negative way.
From a freshman to a senior I grew a lot because in freshman and sophomore years I had always touched that I had to more years then I could catch up all of my credit so I could be able to graduate. But that did happen because in freshman I was a really social person and my grades were really bad I was not doing my homework I would rarely go to class than I had to get into a contracted. Even writing essay it always been hard for me because I would not practice now through junior and senior years I have been during I really improve a lot because now I go to my classes every day do all of my homework I practice all of my essays. And even sometimes I try to get involved with school like going a sport and it allows me always having a good Gpa so I could be able to play the sport. How does my learning impact my learning experience during high school?
By the time I entered middle school, I had greatly improved my English speaking, reading, and writing. I learned to embrace my accent, and take pride in my Hispanic heritage. I still can't believe how much I have grown as a person in the last 9 years. The struggles that I endured growing up, strengthened and prepared me for the future challenges I am yet to face. I will be a first-generation college student next fall, and I know that I will be successful because I have always been able to overcome the obstacles I face.
I am thriving in school, and even though I don't enjoy coming to school as much as i enjoyed waking up at 11:00am, starting school after lunch, and finishing around three, all while still wearing my pajamas. I know it was the right choice. I am having a great time having feedback from teachers instead of just getting test grades and an unexplained “A-” on my end of the year portfolio. Being surrounded by people, Even if i don't necessarily like them has shown itself to be an extremely good thing in my life. Learning how to feel frustrated but still be kind, and how to work effectively in a group.
I enjoyed working with the students in this classroom as many of the centers were game based which established a fun way for the students to learn. While in the first grade classroom, I was able to form a great relationship with my mentor teacher that allowed me to be very hands on with the students throughout the semester. Among many things, I learned how to run an educational circle and calendar time, worked with small groups of students to improve reading, provided practice spelling tests to students, assisted students in developing their writing abilities, and implemented the class’s behavior management plan. While I worked with the fifth grade
This is my second semester as a distance learner and I believe that I did an exceptional job at my work. My strengths in the distance learning format is my ability to set goals and be well-disciplined enough to reach those goals by the deadlines. I kept a tiny notebook calendar on hand and wrote down each week what I needed to complete in each class. I tried to work on something each day to reach those goals. With the ability of being organized and self-disciplined will assist me in everything I do in college and at
Getting to know all the students has been quite difficult for me because I feel like there isn’t enough time in a day where you can sit down and talk with each student. Sometimes I feel like I’m constantly telling the students to be quiet, or making sure that they are staying on topic with their responses. That is something that has surprised me, because I feel like a lot of my time with them has been focused on the subject at hand. This is excluding time when I am working with students one-on-one. However, I have just started eating lunch with them, because I do want to build relationships with all of them.
I will always push myself to seek an opening to better myself despite all odds and negativity to be the best me I could ever be even if I mess up along the way I know it’s only more lessons to be learned. You should never stop learning and improve yourself because even if you don’t try just know you will always learn something new every day, education is endless. I will forever remain hopeful and humble because of what I personally have been through and have witnessed growing up. I have now learned I am not average I am me and there is nothing else I would rather
Starting this semester, I was extremely intimidated by college and was nervous that I would not be able to do as well in college as I did in high school. I figured that the work would be much more difficult and that the teachers would not be as involved as they were in high school, which was true; but after the first moth or so, I began to really apply myself to my classes and now I feel like I have definitely adjusted well to the college atmosphere. Even though the whole “first semester” experience was not always easy or pleasent, I am very proud of myself to getting through it as well as I did and I am determined to improve next semester. My “frist semester experience” was a huge wake-up call for me. It made me realize that I can no longer rely on my teachers or my mother or my friends anymore and that it was time for me to be independent and handle things on my own.
Taking this On Course class has helped me learn many things about myself. One of the things I learned is that I am capable of being a successful student if I continue to use the creator 's mindset and always thinking about the positive side in every situation. Even though I have to continue working on self-motivation and self-management a little more, it is helping me get on track with all my exams and assignments that I need to work on. I am a young student with great potential and I have learned that believing in myself is the key in being a successful