When I became old enough to babysit I couldn’t get enough of it. I loved being with children and helping them learn and grow. When I graduated High School I got a job at a Daycare, which I still work at today. That was when I really knew that being a teacher was the ultimate goal and I was determined to make it happen.
This includes showing an appreciation for learning. My mother would always say that learning is a treasure, that an education is essential for success in life. They have made me understand the importance of one’s education, and therefore I never give up on learning. When I go to school, I treat each day as a treasure, and I try my best to take the most knowledge out of every class I go to. I take school and homework very seriously, only because my parents have showed how much it will mean to me.
I strive to better the reputation of our groomers by giving them the best knowledge that I can in the little amount of time that I am given. I go far beyond what the company asks of me and I am constantly checking my curriculum against the standards set by the AKC who created them. I love my job and actively work to better my leadership and teaching style encouraging the upward mobility of my students within the company and in general. I let them take part in daily problem solving and decision making, I try to make learning fun and expect respect and team work from every one of them. I really love the position of leadership I am in now and hope to translate it into the healthcare field with equally as much
He gives her pep-talks about her performances in school, spends time training her in extra curriculum activities and generally expects the best of her. With that being said, I feel that both are extrem opposites and I feel that my parenting style is somewhere in the middle. I do want my children to try their best, however, that
I'm glad for who I am and how I see the world by how a child may have a disability but they are no different then another student sitting in a classroom who does not have one. I have overcome so many because I strive in getting things done and when I do that I feel happy for what I do. I would have not changed a thing. I push myself so much in school because I want to have a bright future. The person who inspired me would have to be my mom.
Although, I cannot say the people that surround me do not affect my preferences. From my family to teachers at school, they have all played a part in help making me who I am today. Teachers have always stressed that participating in class makes the class more enjoyable and easier to learn. Being an extravert, past teachers have enjoyed the eagerness and involvement I show in class. My mother had a big impact on my intuition preference.
Throughout my life, the idea of being a teacher had crossed my mind several times. I have always enjoyed being around children and I knew that in the future, I would be in a profession where I would work with them. I became interested in becoming an EFL teacher when I came across a video of a man sharing his experience about teaching in Korea. When I realized I could qualify for the EPIK program and started researching more about becoming an EFL teacher, I became eager in learning how I could teach students English as a foreign language. As an EFL teacher, I believe I would be making an impact on the lives of the students who want to learn English.
My parents encouraged me to meet several academic and sporting goals throughout my life by working hard and creating positive relationships with my friends, professors and co-workers. I have always believed in my ability to learn new things and to develop myself in a personal and professional way. Indeed, I firmly believe that I can benefit in several ways through dedication to working to the highest quality. This passion was nurtured by my parents who believed in the baby-boom generation’s ideology that "the good life does not come cheap" (Wagner, 2003, p. 32). In addition my parents also taught me that respect is earned by people who work hard and give all their effort whether it is at work or in their personal lives.
Unparalleled Profession of Teaching “A good teacher can inspire hope ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.” (Brad Henry Quote) The basic role of a teacher is to help students gain knowledge, skills, and values. Ultimately, teaching affects every profession in our country. Teachers help to build our nation through the knowledge and opportunities they give to children, who then continue their education in order to pursue the career of their choice. It is an exciting field because teaching children can be like an artist getting ready to create. The teacher is like the artist and the student’s are like the blank canvas and when they both work together, resulting in a great creation.
Growing up I have always wanted to help people, so I thought hard and figured out that the most effective way I can do that is by becoming a teacher and showing students that me and everyone in this classroom can become the next president or the next person to cure a disease. Basically I want to help others realize that they have the potential to be great. Also becoming a teacher helps me understand and appreciate diversity in so many ways. I want to be able to learn about every student’s background and really get a glimpse of who they are and where they come from. I love to see the