I have a lot of hope in the future of our developing community because of all the students recently inducted into the National Honor Society and the active adults always ready to lend a helping hand. If ever given the chance, I would come back and volunteer for my home community
The paper helped me make a plan to overcome my barriers by never giving up, taking pride in my school work, showing me how difficult life will be, even though I know I can do it. I can grow by following my plan because it is a plan to help me become successful not only in small things like my homework assignments, but as well as graduating and receiving my degree, and taking care of my
Thinking back on my childhood using the Piaget Cognitive theory to describe it I would say that in the sensorimotor stage of learning that I explored things with my hands, mouth and fingers. I was told this very often by my parents and siblings. I did suck my thumb so my fingers were very important to me. Egocentrism is something I had to definitely grow out of as a child having to learn to share with a younger sister and brother was very important in growing up. When I became a teen I still had a degree of egocentrism to deal with when it came to how I saw things in the world around me so I felt of course I was the center of everything going on.
I remember how caring and helpful they would be when it came to college applications. Mrs. Leon was one of the teachers that impacted my life with her advice and guidance. She prepared me with what’s expected in college level writing and much more. I was the type of student that wanted to do everything perfect to college expectations to prepare myself for the real world. High school prepared me by being able to attend dual enrollment, which was one of the great thing my school had to offer to help advanced student academically.
Another reason why college education is important to me is because it opens a whole new world of opportunities and experiences in life, I want to leave myself with many options when it comes to life choices. Accordingly, knowledge is highly important to me and getting a college education is an excellent place to start to obtain the knowledge of the world. Being a role model to a young child is undoubtedly a full-time job. My son looks up to me and I want to make him proud in everything that I do. I want him to look at me and say “if my mom can do it, so can I!” My son has always been my number one motivator in everything in life, including college.
A third key target was family. This is a word used not only often in the presentation, but you hear a lot throughout AVID during the school year. AVID creates a sense of family amongst both the students and teachers. This is important because with such an important program with a massive goal of closing the achievement gap- it 's important that the students feel comfortable and welcomed with one another to see the most success. This connects directly with teaching because from personal experiences, i 've had the most success with classes i 've felt comfortable with and that 's something i value as a future teacher I wanna create a sense of family within my classroom as seen usually
I hope that all the students I tutored will continue to improve academically. While tutoring was challenging and required patience, it was a valuable rewarding experience. Now that I’m in highschool, I haven’t been able to tutor as much but I most definitely won 't forget the passion for sharing my love for learning and helping
He praises the students decision on attending college and truly believes it will benefit them. He explains how all students are required to take General Education classes, and that students should take advantage of the opportunities and information available. Bosworth advises to explore and be adventurous of the world seeing what it has to offer and everything a person can learn. He explains receiving a degree is not the end of learning, but only the beginning. Using what is learned to grasp further skills will push the millennial generation very far in life.
I make sure that I do all the homework that is assigned to me, even extra. If I know that there is an important test I will go the extra mile to study even more by doing extra practice, so that I can do well. I believe that the reason I have good grades is because I know this and I do it every time I have an assignment due. Getting all of your work done on time is such an easy way to get good grades and is fundamental to being successful in school. I also know that in life after school, doing the bare minimum does not suffice in the workplace.
Another goal is about my teaching being students centered like Jessica Mays classroom. Her first worry is the students and I am glad to be like her. I want to be able to put my art in a classroom and show my future students that it’s okay to think outside the box and be creative. I believe that my goals have not changed, but that they have gotten bigger and taken more
preschool teacher, like my mom. I graduated college with a teaching degree and I got a job teaching with the Dubuque Community School District. My favorite part of my job was working with kids and helping them learn. I didn’t hate anything about it. When I was 23 I got married and had two kids, Maddison (Maddie for short) and Max, who are twins.
The child I took care of was born with Down-Syndrome and it was my job to help him with his homework and other daily obstacles he might have. Another family I worked with had daughter (she was 4 years old) who also has Down-Syndrome. I got help potty train her and help her with her ABC’s. Working with those families is something I really love todo. Kappa Delta — 2015-2016 This past year I joined the sorority Kappa Delta.
Beliefs: We believe that advanced education will empower students to become leaders and responsible citizens. No child is an exception, no matter what race, sexuality or gender you are. In Golden Valley Academy, we believe that an emotionally, physically comfortable and safe environment will be the most effective way of learning. Learning is an active and lifelong activity that is unique for each member of society so we are willing to mold our way of teaching to help our students residing in this school. Curriculum activities are important as well, they are there to provide students countless of pathways to success.
Therefore, I plan to continue my active involvement in extracurricular activities while I am a college student. As a junior in high school, I was inducted into the National Honor Society for doing exceptionally well in my academic endeavors and actively participating in volunteer events. My contributions through this organization have made a significant impact on both my personal development and my community’s support services. The numerous volunteer projects in which I have participated have prepared me to continue helping others in the future. Through projects such as building houses from the ground-up with Habitat for Humanity, I have developed teamwork skills, discovered my management potential, and increased my social network, all while working to provide services for less fortunate individuals in my community.
UW-Eau Claire is an important school to me because of your great educational programs. Through my life I have switched the idea of what I wanted to do plenty of times. However, one idea always remained. I always wanted to be a teacher, and work with kids and be able to shape and work with the next generation of students. This past fall semester I have been taking a college course at UWGB through Bay Port.