Purpose Of Teaching Essay

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My perspective on teaching is giving a great sense of confidence to students. I believe that the main purpose of education is to motivate and prepare students for their future and as a teacher I hope to be able to influence them and help them understand what education can do for their future. My aim is to transmit knowledge to my students so they can use it in their future career and personal lives. This knowledge taught should allow them to think and act independently. I want them to learn how important is for them to find out who they really are and improve upon themselves. I also want them to see me as a friend as well and not just a teacher because I believe that the most efficient way to approach to students is communication and trust. I consider these to be necessary teaching…show more content…
I hated attending the classes of these passionless teachers. They always made me think as if they were there just to pass their time and not to teach us. This created a feeling of hopelessness inside of me and of course made me feel unmotivated. There were times when seeing these teachers acting completely clueless and careless about teaching, made me feel like giving up on everything. I felt so hopeless about my future that the only reason why I would go to school at those times was because I had to, and not because I was motivated to learn. Luckily not all the teachers were passionless. I had a teacher to turn to for advice and to help me watch things different. She is a big inspiration to me. She personifies all of the things that I want to be as a teacher: a motivator, educator and most of all, a role model. I refuse to be a passionless teacher; I vow to stray dedicated and passionate for my students. I want my students to learn that with motivation and work they can achieve anything they want and dream. I want to be a positive influence on their
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