Teachers must be aware of different children’s ability levels for them to successfully work in lessons. As well as this , teacher must know each child’s interests and personality which helps identify ways in which the child will work effectively. Whilst coming to the end of my time on placement, I started to gain a wider understanding of which children need more attention then others and which children were able to work more independently. Initially, I had never met any of these children, so I felt it was important to give the children as much attention as they required to build confidence and motivation.
Student teaching has fanned the fire of my passion for being a teacher and been a light onto the path of how to become the best I can be. Reflecting on each experience, the successful and the not so successful, has encouraged me to continue to persevere and grow from these challenges. Not only did I discover a great deal about teaching but I also learned a great deal about myself. I was able to surpass all the challenges that I have faced.
Allexus Barnes 11th grade National Honor Society While I start to get in touch with colleges and universities, I have come to realize how much grades matter when planning for my future. Academically excelling in school has always been something I have made a priority.
The main reason for being a coach is to facilitate football development and to achieve my coaching objectives. As a coach, I have several goals I intend to achieve. Interacting with my team members and understanding them is one of the features, which will make me a good coach. Listening and understanding team members view of things will make me a better
By providing a firm education, I can pave the road toward a bright future. Finally in conclusion, I know that I chose the field of education because, I know that as a teacher I must motivate, inspire, and encourage my students to strive for success. As an educator it is my responsibility to lift them up when they are down. I believe the purpose of education is to help students prepare for the real world by helping them become independent. The only role that my students have is to come to school prepared and ready to
Another goal I have is to be a great leader/ role model for not only my family, underclassmen, but my community. Being a leader now will help me show my family, underclassmen, and community that I work hard and that things don’t come easy. I am always willing to help out and make a difference in my community. Having set goals makes me want to work harder, and also making me realize the road will be hard. But with the work ethics I have that I’ve learned throughout high school, and will continue to learn in college will help me accomplish these much easier.
Allowing others to permeate my mind, dispel my own ignorance, and open up to their cultures has made all the difference. I have made new friends and learned from their experiences while securing the ties of friendships past. Along with my acceptance I have an insatiable thirst for knowledge. I yearn to broaden my horizons and create opportunities where none can be found. Some may say the most important aspect of a high school education is maintaining grades.
A legacy is a person’s reactions to a name. For example, when someone hears my name, I want to be remembered as a hardworking, kind, and helpful peer. My legacy doesnt want to be negative, therefore striving to succeed in my eighth grade year is the best. If I were to leave a great legacy, I will have definitely impact the lives of many people.
To perform as a good citizen in a real society, you must be well educated with not only the core subjects but also the wisdom of life. Thus, transferring the knowledge you learned in school into real life is significantly important. If you do not have the ability to transfer your knowledge, education becomes pointless. Teachers should be able to work as facilitators to guide their students to come up with the solutions independently to their problems. (What are the philosophical foundations of American education pg.302)
Hackman (2005) state that “fifth element for effective teaching for social justice involves understanding group dynamics of the classroom and the socially constructed identities of the teacher and students” (pg.108). I want to be a teacher who has a growth mindset that creates learning experiences that reinforces the principal that determination rather than background is the greatest factor of accomplishment. As a teacher I need to work to understand student’s culture, interests, wishes, and viewpoints. Teachers should always select instructional strategies and attitudes, to what they know of their students and have purposeful instructional planning that aims at ensuring high level success for each
As a member of FPC’s future problem solvers and community problem solvers club I have embraced and enhanced my problem solving and critical thinking skills to allow myself to lead my peers. My pivotal leadership role as a Varsity captain for FPC’s Girls Lacrosse speaks volumes as to how my coaches and teammates view me. As a mentor to other players on my team I aid them on and off the field; offering a friendship they can confide in, and tips/tricks they can use to improve their skills. I work with my peers in various clubs to help better them in any way I can.
Having the teachers work with one another will allow the teachers to make sure that they know what they are teaching and can help one another with any problems they may be having. The last policy was the safety and security plan, which passed. I feel that this policy is absolutely necessary in all schools, today safety in schools is often tested and needs to be as thorough as
We understand that knowledge is key, but however, students need to enjoy learning too. What we aim for is for students to enjoy school but learning too. Our Values: Like any other school, we prioritize our student 's mental and physical condition. As a school,
SGA Secretary is a vital role in the student government cabinet. It’s a job that requires the responsibility of organization, hard work, and a lot of dedication, and I am just the right person for this role. From the moment I arrived at MAST Academy, I knew I wanted to become more involved and becoming secretary will allow me to do just that. As an NJHS member, I consistently spend time in leadership roles and try to make this school an even better place than it is already. As an SGA secretary, I will strive to continue to make improvements in the school for every student at MAST.
It is a leader’s responsibility to serve others and inspire them to live fuller lives. Throughout the past few years, I have worked to become the best leader possible in hopes of enacting positive change. I’m often the person my friends turn to when they need encouragement. Though it can certainly be nerve-wracking to risk failure, seeking new opportunities is an important avenue of growth. I attempt to incorporate this message in all of my endeavors, including as a Gatton Academy Avatar.