Critical Reflection 1 Welbourne and Sariol (2017) mentioned different types of incivility within workplace, and they are judgments, ignoring coworkers, inconsistent working hours, taking longer break, interpersonal conflicts, heavy workload, and stressful work experience (pp. 194-195). Currently, I am working as a lead teacher in a toddler classroom, however I am having a hard time to work with a co-teacher. Some of the primary examples of incivility that impact my ability to fulfill the duties of my role in the workplace are I have different teaching style with my co-teacher. For example, I let the children to take lead in their own learning.
I think that he is very inspiring because he will not stop and will push you to finish. In the book “The Odyssey” Odysseus never gave up and he told his crew that hey are not going to give up. If Kids in the world today saw this in real life how he motivated his crew it may motivate them to go out and help people in the world today. This world is becoming a bad place, It is sad to say that but we need to help each other like Odysseus. If we don't help each other out it
Now, I was going to be by myself in another school. The only thoughts that were on my mind were how hard it was going to start over again in a place where I didn’t know anyone. After I moved to my new school I started to make friends and I felt okay with the environment. Moving to another school taught me that you have to try to work with your impediments in order to succeed. Nowadays it still hard for me to concentrate, but you have to learn how to deal with that.
Reading,"The Sun Goes Down on Summer" by Steve Lawhead brought back feelings I have about summer ending, school starting again, and being the real me! Summer ending means no more late night adventures. It means all the relaxing is traded in for hardcore studying. It means getting ready to see which friends will leave you and change for new friends. In the poem, Steve feels anxiety about starting school again, I relate to this in a big way!
After reading it I do not view our society the same, and I most definitely do not view our education system the same. I will take what I learned from this story and apply it in my classroom as a teacher. I will be empathetic towards each and every student and their family and where they come from. There is value in every culture and if we take the time to understand it we will build more relationships than we could ever imagine. It will be incredible to see the way student’s lives are impacted when one person takes the time to try and learn and be a part of their culture and values it no matter
It always feels like no matter how good you do, what kind of great idea you come up with and want to pursue, there is always someone from a distance waiting for you to stumble or waiting to broadcast your flaws. I just want to see all my people do wonderful things with their lives. Which leads me back to why I want to get my degree in elementary education. I need to fill the younger generations with the knowledge that there is more to life than the negative outlooks of the reservation. I want them to want nothing but the best for themselves.
He had just pointed out that I need to make sure that I force myself to practice self care. He is extremely proud of my development and the fact I have always been on top of making sure I know what my academic plan is and following it. He feels I will have no problem succeeding in the last year of school. He reassured me that track 2 is a learning experience and it is okay if I mess up and don’t do everything perfect, so not to stress over it. He was confident that I knew what I had to do and was being proactive in my
And I have decided to start using a flow chart to organize my ideas in help me stay on topic so that I don't stray and get writers block. Verbally expressing my papers are what excel in, because it gives me a chance to express what I have written in a broader tone. So that my fellow peers will understand the point that I am trying to convey. Aside from my trials and errors with my writing skills, one thing that has lead me to never giving up is that I know that with practice I will one day be great. I've always had a dream of becoming an author and a dentist.
But like the what I learned from the story to see the bright side that some do care about me and that I will still see my dad. So in all my “traumatic” experiences I will always learn a new thing that will help me
I communicated with myself, and many of the books i read helped me to feel less alone and become a better person. I had too focused on the outside world, and had ignored my emotional needs. This period changed me in a good way. For me, immigrating to America was like being pulled out of my comfort zone. I never had to solve nor had encountered such problems before, but I always met them with resilience.
In conclusion, by deciding to work harder than my classmates and by never losing sight of my goals helped me to succeed in an APDC English Class. I feel more prepared for the next semester because the first semester taught me that we will never find an obstacle that we cannot overcome if we take wise decisions that will help us to move toward our goals.
My Grandmother made sure to wake me up every morning to haul me of to school where I would meet my loving, devoted teachers and coaches. With their help I left John Edgar Howard elementary school with a strong head on my shoulders, and the devotion to strive for more. I had to move to a different elementary school because John Edgar Howard Elementary ended up being closed, because of the rough neighborhood. I then, attended Bradbury Heights; a school that I didn’t know existed. I was never exposed to many different neighborhoods, or opportunities.
I promise to keep fighting until the end because I know in my heart this is what I want to do with my life. Although it has been really tough I am still here fighting the good fight and planning my next move to accomplishing my goals, I want this scholarship so those goals will be achieved I want Portland State University to feel proud of me and not just some other student that drops out and is forgotten. I want to become somebody, I am asking for this Scholarship to easy my fears so I may prove my worth and get down to business which is design and art. My efforts have never wavered I will continue to inspire other students who think about the future and where
As a result of being dedicated to my job, I got promoted to Assistant Manager. Realizing working hard can accomplish anything, I gained confidence in myself. As time went on working at my profession, my goals on school were forgotten. Envisioning more for my future, I decided to go after my dream as Nicole did and applied to Wright College. Having a clearer view of what I want in my future, I will do anything necessary to accomplish my goals.