“If you’re going to do something, then do it right.” This quote is a great representation of my attitude towards my education. With that, I always make sure that I excel in all my classes and join organizations that will benefit me in the long run. Knowing that being a possible member of the National Honor Society will highlight my academics, leadership, character, and service, I believe that NHS will also give me the opportunity to shape myself and continue going in the direction of a successful future. Primarily, my background has pushed me to work well and take on the rigorous challenge of applying for NHS. Living in a small province in the Philippines, it was very difficult for my family to gain an education.
I am an advocate of such supports and will continue to utilize them in my future classroom, regardless of whether I have a student who has autism or not. All students can benefit from them. In my opinion they increase self-confidence and reduce anxiety for all
Reinhart explains that through this technique, the teacher and the student must reverse the roles of the typical classroom; the teacher must become the listener and the student must become the explainer. The teacher should make sure that each student is involved in the lesson, ask process questions, open-ended questions, be patient when waiting for answers to these questions, and ultimately never say anything a kid can say. This method is something that I would like to implement in my future classroom. I know that it will take practice and perseverance, but it is something that I know I can
The author of this narrative is Alison Melotti-Cormack. The title of this narrative is “The Gestures of Grace.” This narrative is about how teachers started and how they became successful. Alison Melotti-Cormack stated how she didn't want to be a teacher but she loved learning and everything about it.The main idea of this passage is to tell what a good teacher is and what you can do. In other words it is saying that even if you don't want to do something. It is also saying that you should try new things if you love something ,like learning, then you should become a teacher because you won't regret something you love.
I managed to grasp the basic concepts of learning in grammar school only to succumb to the same people and pressures in high school. I achieved honor roll status in my freshman year of high school. Regardless, I fell off track puberty, peer pressure, and hardheadedness were my worst enemy. I conclude, moving out of my first foster home where I stayed for 13 years would satisfy my curiosities and mysteries of the street. Dr. Moorer states, "Like many of us, I thought I could fix my own problems."
Furthermore, following both Bruffee’s and Dewey’s beliefs, I have gained further appreciation for the group work I had done in the past. Group learning was imperative for my growth as an individual in a society where working with others is inevitable, and an essential ability. Knowing this, I am going to communicate this as much as I can to any students I encounter who are anti-group
During the beginning of my freshman year, I ran for 9th grade class president. Unfortunately for me, who had just began attending Linden-McKinley STEM 7-12 Academy, I was running against two other girls for president who were both students longer at Linden than I was and who knew more students. Despite having a slight disadvantage over my competitors, I continued to run for president because for the short month I was currently there, I had already made tons of new friends and acquaintances; I was already known around the school by many students and faculty members as a very happy, intelligent, smart, and enthusiastic person; but most importantly, many students and teachers who knew me really believed I had the capacity to bring change to the
Graduating High School A day I will never forget was the day that I graduated high school. All the emotions were overwhelming and hard to handle sometimes. It was hard to accept that one of the biggest chapters in my life was about to be over and I was about to start an even bigger one. Just the thought of not knowing what I was supposed to do with the rest of my life made the last little bit of my senior year, very stressful. I then found out that not knowing and being undecided was perfectly okay and I was ready to begin my freshman year at Saint Petersburg College.
During my senior year at federal way high school I was allowed to participate in the running start program at Highline Community College. Although I was only in the program for one quarter I continued attending Highline for another six quarters. Regretfully I also began to work and soon started to fail my classes. So I decided to work full time and put my education on hold for the time. After working a few different places and being laid off I soon decided it was time to look toward my future.
To me, a necessary condition of true success is helping others succeed. Often I jump at the opportunity to help others learn and constantly push my peers towards success. For the world to improve, everyone must become the best possible versions of themselves. In order to help the world, I first must become the best possible version of myself. I must develop more as a student, philosophy is a subject that has helped me grow so much since I became interested in it.
At seven in the morning on July 20, 2015 I arrived at LNA Health Careers School in Concord to a start of a big step in my life, not knowing what to really expect. I knew that going into this school that I would be with a wide variety of different ages. My fear was that I wouldn’t fit in and that I would be with a lot of older individuals. I continued to walk in, this is something I really wanted and knew that even if I didn’t fit in, it didn’t matter because this