The teachers want to be here, they want to make sure that the next generation of this world, is smart, problem solving, and well informed. Along with great teachers and staff, the principal, Dr. Richards, gives a very positive vibe to this school. He makes us feel as if we can do anything and be anything through his speeches. When someone is encouraged and inspired, it makes one feel as if they can get through their tough times and come through with wonderful results. Not only is the atmosphere positive and uplifting,
I believe being a Resident Assistant will provide an opportunity for me to develop solid leadership skills. One of many reasons being an RA stood out to me is the involvement I will have with students, I love getting to know new people therefore I believe an RA position will be an opportunity to develop profound relationship.
Through experience with practicum I have become very familiar with designing and planning instruction but I will improve in this when I have my own classroom. I believe that writing objectives that are aligned with the standards is a strength of mine. I also feel like I am fairly good at planning instructional strategies and
I think it is really cool that you teach this to the nurses that are placed with you for training purposes. We do have to give people a reason to care and it is great that you are able to set the example and model the way. Values and ethics are very important in our everyday life and it is extremely important to uphold them to the best standards possible like you have mentioned. They influence every aspect of one’s life ranging from responses, to
I believe that this school will provide me the right tools and resources and help me on my career path. I would feel incredibly lucky to be able to attend USC and be able to learn from people who have dedicated their lives to social work and are able to answer my questions and help me realize the next steps that I need to
In terms of an RA position, I feel confident in my ability to resolve disagreements or tensions that may occur between residents. Likewise, I hope to develop a hall environment where students are encouraged to reach out for my assistance when needed. Developing relationships that are built on trust and respect is a top priority for me as a resident
The first step to building a solid collaboration would be to provide teachers and teacher-librarians with appropriate professional development that empower them to create a solid understanding of the process and help them build a more productive professional relationship. Additionally, it is important to take into consideration the willingness of both educators to participate in this program. In this case, a clear understanding of the teacher-librarian’s role from all staff would be most beneficial. The teacher-librarian’s leadership, interpersonal abilities, and social skills would be an important factor to consider along with both educators’ teaching
This paper will discuss a summary of observers of my teaching. Personal development will also be addressed in this paper. WHAT IS A GOOD TEACHER? “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.” Brad Henry. In my opinion, good teachers are enthusiastic,
The philosophy of the program encompasses the goal of meeting the needs of the well-rounded child. Our Educators To truly live our purpose and philosophy, we gathered highly trained and qualified teachers who implore excellence in their field. That is why we have carefully handpicked them and performed a series of background checks and interviews. Learn more about our school. Schedule a Tour so we can show you around and discuss more about our programs.
I want to become an assistant principal for one simple reason, the children. I believe that all children can learn under the right conditions. With this in mind, I feel that instructional leaders are responsible for ensuring that the conditions for learning are embedded in the school’s culture. Although my role as a Learning Team Facilitator enables me to have an impact on the academic achievement of students through working with teachers, I believe that becoming an assistant principal will help me to be more of a driving force throughout the school. I possess several personal attributes that are essential in serving in the capacity of an assistant principal.
As I facilitated the professional learning communities, I was able to empower the teachers to create a safe, supportive environment, encouraged them to take leadership of the group, and provided a forum for creativity and growth. I found that many of my skills used for coaching were valuable in creating a safe learning community. For example, building trust and positive relationships is key for teachers to feel safe to share experiences and ideas. In addition, I empowered the teachers to define what the vision for their group would be, become leaders of the group, and generate topics to promote
Having seen her in action and having had an intimate conversation with her, I believe Mrs. Coty is a truly great teacher. I’ve learned a lot from her and hope to implement some of her ideas and ideals in my own classroom one day. I found the interview to be a valuable source of information and experience that will hopefully help make me a better
CRITIQUE OF ARTICLE: I thought this to be an excellent article that provided a clear understanding of the paraeducator’s role in the classroom and how to make the educational team a success. There were several key suggestions that I know as a regular educator would be and have been excellent tools for my understanding of new strategies and teaching techniques. I can see where these would be extremely beneficial for the paraeducator as well. I love the way the authors say to include the paraeducators in setting the tone for the classroom by creating the shared philosophy together. It will make both the paraeducator and the teacher clear on what is desired to be accomplished for the school year.
How ever, I beleive that the knowledge gained from the persoanl expeiriences of my peers and the instructor will be just as valuable as the set curriculum. My expectations of this course are to Learn as well as understand the basic operations of a center. As Leaders We need to understand the basics in order to properly lead. I expect to Leave with a strong knowlege base to share with my recruiters. I need the knowledge to mold and guide recruiters to success.