The three stand out aspects of the Capturing Kids’ Heart presentation consisted of: 1) shaking the kids’ hands at the door (engagement) 2) the social contract 3) and the launch. From being a preschool teacher, I acquired some germophobic tendencies. Prior to class, I would have never thought of shaking every kids hand prior to them entering the classroom.
I applied for a Family Service worker position at an elementary school and got an interview. When I was in the Interview, one of the questions the interviewers asked was Why do you want to practice social work, and why do you want to work with children. I told them of my family’s past experience with foster care, and about this awesome social service worker. They called me a couple of days later and offered me the position. I accepted the job.
Although while I learned about ultrasound in this class when I observed it in real life it wasn’t as fascinating as it was during class. I found it hard to decipher organs on the ultrasound monitor and didn’t really grasp what the ultrasound tech was talking about. The ultrasound tech was a great person to work with and was very humorous with his patients and me. He was very helpful when I had a question and tried hard to explain what he was looking at on the monitor to me and the patient. I feel like I would have found it much easier to see structures in the ultrasounds if there had been an ultrasound of a baby or something that was easier to see but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to see such an
Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration. My interest in working with people who have a similar mindset will assist me in making a difference for the school and the community. With my future as a motivation, applying for NHS will definitely give me the proper knowledge and experience that no other organization will. Alongside those reasons, I will work correctly and try my best in order to become a member of
It may be that it is in small and thoughtful gestures that we can change ingrained, thoughtless prejudice. In fact, after intervening in some teasing and being told, quite rightly, to mind my own business by both victims of my classmates’ careless fun, I hit upon a wonderful plan suitable to my character. I hope I am not building it up as something equal to Martin Luther King Jr. joining of character to thoughtfulness in its accomplishments, because in the end it was only a class presentation. Frankly, public speaking is my greatest fear, but this time it was from my heart and went beautifully. The theme was my friendship with these people of other faiths, and how much I learned about my own religion from them.
After this class I really plan on to continue working on my listening skills. I believe that listening is a very big part in our culture and being able to pay attention to what they have to say will only help me out in the long run. This goal is important to me because I want to be the best at what I do and not listening will not get me anywhere and I have the motivation to do my best at everything, and being a competent listener is one of those things on my list. My last goal is to become very knowledgeable in my studies so when I am able to get a job I will be able to communicate with the people in my field. I think that if I am above others at communicating in my field and comprehending everything that they say and or ask that I will be a high valued asset in their company/ business.
Personally I feel that it’s important to give back to communities. I hope to keep involved helping out the community whether it 's through the school or other programs, like Feed My Starving Children. It would be an honor to become a National Honor Society member. I hope that i’ve shown the values that are required to join this
My green light is going to UNLV and becoming a teacher, has definitely been affected by my family and my background; just like Gatsby, involving others in my progress, except not doing immoral or illegal things. My green light of going to UNLV and becoming a teacher has mostly come from the affects of my family, background, and past teachers. My families' effect on my green light has been their support and them wanting me achieve something that I am passionate about. Especially, my parents because they have been there for me and push me to succeed. Having my family with me has without
In the words of Psychologist, Lisa Haisha, “Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader… They set out to make a difference. Its never about the role, but always about the goal”. The most rewarding part of these leadership roles is when I see a student succeed. Whether it is a resident coming to me saying they aced their exam, a first year student that thanks me for the fun they had at orientation, or a student who gets an internship or job after I helped them with their resume, the success of each person that I helped lead inspires me to keep leading and keep making positive differences in peoples