Leaders “need to surround themselves with a team that complements their own strengths, and compensates for the skills that they lack” (Gottlieb et al., 2012, p.43). I am currently using my leadership strengths with developing a new protocol and education for manual proning in the intensive care unit. I am strong in areas of research, sifting through information, and compiling it; however, I’m not great about speaking in public. I made sure to include a member of my team whom was comfortable with public speaking. By having a team comprised of different strengths, we will have a greater chance of sharing our vision on the importance of manual proning with the
He goes on to note that this personality type is lead to “pursue the theoretical and accomplish most goals by which academic achievement is measured” (Kroeger, 2002). This is also true for my life as I find myself always looking for new ways to study and learn, seeking more education. The last break I took from attending school was spent exploring what other avenues of education were open to me and the possibilities of branching out into other areas of study. The intuitive part of my personality holds well in my vocation as well, as pastor and counselor, working with people who are hurting that may not even know why they are where they are.
Throughout this process, I inevitably fostered a deep sense of care and empathy for the patients I was helping. Furthermore, my duties trained me to work collectively with others in order to best serve the needs of the patient. From this experience, I discovered the bliss that comes from helping patients and the desire to continue to serve them alongside peers. The insights from my time at South Coast Physical Therapy taught me to continually strive to serve patients with selflessness and responsibility. If D.P.T students are expected to learn the essentials of becoming a PT, it becomes important for the students to adopt a selfless and caring attitude to experience the joy of serving their
Although Harry Wong focuses more on classroom management and not the demographics of the classroom, him and Gary Borich both equally emphasize the importance of a positive and supportive classroom environment for all students. Wong declares,” It is the teacher – what the teacher knows and can do—that makes the difference in the classroom.” (81) Effective teachers provide all students with equal opportunities for learning by utilizing culturally responsive direct instruction, questioning and classroom management. Caring for students and building a nurturing environment that accepts all students and allows them to engage in profound learning experiences are fundamental characteristics of effective
Thanks to his teacher Miss Moss. This encapsulates for me, the main theme of the book. It displays the will a young child needed to have to survive. In addition to reading and being thankful for how I was raised, I was also reminded of the importance of being a clinician who is vigilant for signs of abuse and neglect in
The video “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead-Conversation about Special Education”is an excellent source to utilize for special education teachers, parents, and general teachers alike. Richard D. Lavoie has a direct approach on helping children with disabilities succeed. The in-depth discussion opens the eyes of teachers and parents regarding what is fair in the classroom, how to bring the concepts of fairness to the home environment, and the importance of not assuming things about individuals. Richard D. Lavoie defines fairness in the classroom as everyone gets what he or she needs (Beyond, 2005). Many children believe that fairness means that everything is equal, however, that is not the case, especially in an educational setting.
Paul Mitchell 's School is the right education for me because I like how their staff members and student’s purpose is to give back to the community. I like the saying that “Success Unshared is Failure,” by John Paul DeJoria Paul Mitchell’s co-founder because it 's important that we share our accomplishments with our community. Thanks to them our success is developed. Paul Mitchell School offers me the opportunity to get to know new people and it bolsters my opportunity of gaining new knowledge by helping my community.
People who read Bridge to Terabithia learn so much about courage. I can apply social/moral courage to my daily life if I see someone being bullied I can use courage to stand up to the bully. Readers can really benefit from the many examples of courage that this book
To be an inspirational teacher you need to have pride in what you do. In the Miracle Worker, The Story Of Ron Clark, and Freedom Writers, inspirational people were told about. These teachers were inspirational to their student(s) because they gave their student(s) a role model to look up to. All of these stories taught amazing lessons about learning, behavior, and so much more. Even though some of these teachers had their ups and downs, they still pushed through and met their goals to help their student(s).
I liked how I was able to assist student to make poster on bullying. It was fantastic experience to help students in class to come up with ideas on how they can serve through different ways
Serving the underprivileged and underinsured has also always been a particular passion of mine. I feel that the mission, values and visions of the institute that one receives their education from should align closely with their personal beliefs as these are the values that will be taught and form ones character over the duration of the program. Georgetown University’s School of Nursing focuses not only on the individual but also the community as well as being a catalyst for health and social justice as mentioned in the Mission Statement and Vision directly correlate with my personal values and visions. The part that resonates with me the most is the Value of the Common Good which states that there is special emphasis placed on serving the marginalized and underserved. That value is key for me as the want to help the underserved was the primary reason I entered into healthcare.
Now, I hesitate to use the word. Being an ally is not an identity. Rather, I define it more through the habits that make me an ally. My lifelong process of building relationships based on trust, consistently advocating for a cause and holding myself and others accountable is what defines an ally for me. I have learned that in social justice work where I have privilege
Slavery and enslavement as a whole was forced. It was forced because it was classified as forced labor. Force labor is when any work or service is performed against ones will, which could lead to punishment or threats. Slaves were forced to be separated from their loved ones to work for the Whiteman. They are forced to basically give up all rights to become property.
To make the most of the entire educational experience, it would behoove teachers to demonstrate compassion and understanding in regards to the disorders and differences of their students. James 5:11 reminds me that the Lord is compassionate with us when we fall short of expectations. His love does not waiver regardless. The verse states, “Behold, we consider those blessed who remained steadfast. You have heard of the steadfastness of Job, and you have seen the purpose of the Lord, how the Lord is compassionate and merciful.”
The book is about a fifth grade teacher telling you his experiment as a teacher, as you read the book he share good idea to improve your classroom. In the book, he talks about the six levels that can help a student deal with school. The first level is, I don’t want to get in trouble, and this level explains the child behavior. The second and third level is, want a reward