His passion about the subjects he taught made the class fun and easy to learn. He is still a man who genuinely thinks about his students and who always made students wanted to succeed. The impact that my first educator had on me in the time of my school years was much more noteworthy than any of other teachers of mine. I used to see his energy for educating in each and every of his lesson. His expert teaching methodology made me eager to attend every his class without exception.
I am a good problem-solver and decision-maker. The interview part was very exciting for me because it summed up everything I talked about. I interviewed a teacher from Ukraine. I know her for a long time and she is a very smart, successful teacher. During the interview she gave me good advices such as: do not be afraid on the first day of the class and during the whole semester; let children see you as a confident professional and caring person; evaluate and reflect on how you teach and how your outcomes look like; always grow.
They step up and risk their own lives to save their students even when they don’t have to. A good teacher shapes us into who we are today. No matter what grade, they shape us to be better human beings on this earth, making us all better people. I define a good teacher in all 3 of these ways, and there is no teacher that hasn’t taught us one thing, even if we don’t listen in class, teachers guide us. They make us who we
This yet again, is another blow to his self-esteem. His wife also states,”So I married Curley. Met him out to the Riverside Dance Palace that same night.” (88) Curley's wife is saying this in reference to her mother being controlling. She decides to marry Curley to get away from her mom. Curley was basically used as an escape route, or alternative.
In short, I believe that if a teachers is fluent in English, innovative in his/her teaching methods and encouraging, patient and mindful, s/he is an ideal teacher for any learner. Medgyes (2006) argues that “different does not imply better or worse”, so “the question: who’s
I am pursing a degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. I am passionate about education and excited to share the joy of learning with students. The perspective of wonder and sense of excitement that children bring into education motivates me daily. Teaching can leave a lasting impression in a child’s life and offers a special opportunity to shape the bright young minds of future generations. While many professions can be impactful, I believe the qualities of the person in the career position to be the most influential.
Doha is tall, brunette, and curvy; but, they always called her naive. On the other hand, Kenza was not tall neither short and had plumped lips with tall dark chocolate hair. Doha’s mother was Kenza’s aunt, so even their mothers were sisters. They would always meet at their grandma’s house. One day, the two cousins were sitting in the living room at their grandma’s house.
From them, I’m able to understand different perspectives, embrace diversity and emerge myself in a new way of teaching and learning. What is your least favorite part (or parts) of school? Why? My least favorite part of school is the grading system. I don’t believe that knowledge should be given a grade, every individual learns differently and at their pace.
For example if the teacher is known to be hash and aggressive, learners tend to avoid that teacher and end up not enjoying his/ her subject. A teacher who always scares learners about the difficulty of the subject makes learners fear the idea of the subject. Therefore a teacher needs to communicate confidently with learners so that learners can feel free to approach him/ her with the subject challenges and be successful in the subject. In addition, a teacher needs to learn more about the subject content so that s/he will enjoy teaching and give learners the right information. Always seeing the best in people encourages them to do better because they do not want to disappoint you.
As the youngest child, my parents also spoilt me and didn’t require me to help out in the house or over exert myself in tasks which I undertook. At this young age I made some decisions about school and life which I carried on throughout much of my academic life; making the teacher & people happy is a good way to get by, being liked is very important in life,