She remembers their character and how they made her feel. She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
Teachers are aware some students require more time and undivided attention; as a result they provide their time to students who really want to accomplish their goals. I signed her up, and advised her of the benefits of attending. She seemed pleased and happy to know the school counselors are available and pushing her to succeed. Another interesting event that occurred is Mr. Colaio, knew the principal Ms. Gallardo of Bronxwood Preparatory Academy. He was the guidance counselor of her older son who attended Salesian High School.
It is not only my intellectual curiosity, but also my passion towards giving back to the community, that will lead me to success. As a UD honors student, I plan on joining organizations and performing volunteer work that I have done in high school. It will allow me to consolidate my musical and creative passions, while participating in new extracurricular activities pertaining to sports and community service. I believe that with the University of Delaware’s many opportunities, I can have the potential to become a strong leader and active member of the UD Honors community. The lessons that I have learned from working with these children will forever remain a part of me, as I hope to grow to be someone who will one day be able to change society, and will remind me to always dare to
Jay, the author, never gave up on his friends Ollie and Ashley. He stuck with them through thick and thin even when it looked like they had no chance of winning. I admire Jay for this. I aspire to pull out my inner Jay in everything I do. I especially aspire to bring this motivation and work ethic to my future pursuits in the classroom.
The role I have as the Vice President of SGA allows me to actually make a difference on campus and the lives of other students. This school year has really helped me hone in on my career path. Currently, I am a math tutor at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, which has provided me the skills to help a lot of students overcome obstacles in math. This is now my passion and I want to become a math teacher. I am very thankful for the opportunities that Southcentral Community College has giving me and the connections I have
As a student, while reading this article I found many of the concepts useful but especially familiar. Throughout my years of public education, the older I became, the more I was able to recognize certain techniques and strategies that teachers used. For example, the article mentions to compliment good choices within earshot of peers and parents, keeping it simple and authentic to boost their self-esteem and make them feel comfortable and safe. This is just one of the many suggestions in the article that reminded me of my childhood. Anytime a teacher gave me a compliment, it first made me feel good about myself and distracted me of any fears I may of had.
I love to teach little kids and experience what kids in these grades are like and what they like to do. I remember when I was in these grades and I loved my teacher. They seemed like they knew what they were doing and like their job. This is a part of my inspiration of becoming a teacher. The main part is because of my mother.
When I was chosen by my teachers to apply to be a member of National Honor Society, I was very honored. This honor is very dear to me and is further validation that I have demonstrated my willingness to work hard, help others and be a contributing member of society. I believe that I possess the qualities to be an asset to this organization because of my hard work, morals, respect, academic excellence, leadership and service to the community. These qualities have been noticed by the teachers around me and I thank my parents for instilling these attributes in me at such a young age. My academic achievements have not always been easy for me.
My parents have guided me throughout my life with valuable life lessons. One moral in particular they have taught me is that I should enjoy what I value the most in life. At first, my foremost passion was my education, so I wanted to focus on my academics for life. There was just one problem: I would have been very inactive. Even though I do not have inherited talent in athletics, I knew I would maintain healthiness, have an improved mentality, and make many new friends with an active lifestyle.
Therefore, I realize class participation is an area I need to improve on. As I progress through the program I find myself becoming more confident participating in class discussions. Personal Aptitude My interpersonal skills are average because I am in my second semester. I am confident in my ability to form and sustain personal relationships. I have known my best friend snice kindergarten and have maintained relationships throughout my life.