If they don’t want to study, they would never find a reason to stay... ... middle of paper ... ...m should be including the subjects where the students should know at their own stage of development. It also should have different teaching techniques to meet the students needs. If the teacher tries different teaching techniques then it would be more easy to know which one works better for the most students of the class. Link (2008) state that Essentialists believed that education should be rich in basic curriculum content and the need for stricter discipline in the educational environment. Summary Being a Teacher is the most wonderful job of the world.
I believe that all students have the ability to learn, they just need help cultivating that ability. I want to make learning more enjoyable for students. I feel that if I can make learning fun for them, they will be more eager to learn. That will be their biggest asset as they go through life. I’ve heard some teachers say, “If I can inspire one student to keep learning and go on to bigger and better things, then I will have done my job.” I don’t believe in this theory.
I will also explore some different teaching methods and techniques to make the best of my students’ learning experience. By experimentation I will figure out what works for everyone as a class. Just because one technique works for one teacher and one class does not mean it will work for the next group of students, or even for you as a teacher. I must be willing to put myself out there, as scary as that may be at times. I am willing to take chances even if it leads to mistakes.
I hope that I influence my students as much as some of my teachers have influenced me. I want my students to be able to trust me and to tell me whatever the want. I feel that it is important to treat all children equally. I want to increase self-esteem in all of my students and not decrease it. It ... ... middle of paper ... ...pher John Dewy, who saw education as an opportunity to learn how to apply previous experiences in new ways.
This satisfaction is the driving force for many students. I hope to encourage eagerness in my students. The overall purpose for education is to provide students with information to broaden their knowledge. In today’s society education is essential. Without an education, a good job is unobtainable.
I needed to be able to touch someone’s life and allow them to touch mine in the same way. The opportunity to help students, parents, other faculty members, and the community is my incentive to teach. One of the most important factors of teaching is being able to understand the nature of students. It is my personal belief that no two students are alike. You will find students that share similar interests, have values that are alike, and some students that even use the same learning techniques, but the point is, no two students are exactly the same.
My overall goal as a teacher is to do my best to ensure that every student is prepared for the next grade level and beyond. As I said earlier, every student has something different to offer the classroom, but the classroom should have only one thing to offer each student; success. Success doesn’t just meaning receiving good grades though. Success could be improving behavior in the classroom or overcoming a social problem. Some students will have no problem with achieving this success, but for others it will be a real struggle.
My passion is to teach children what they do not yet know. I want them to learn what is required, but I want to teach them more than just that. I want them to learn their own strength of their own mind. My desire is for them to learn their own level of intelligence and for them to realize that homework is not as boring as they thought it to be. I want them to feel the intrinsic reward of making an A or B, for that feeling is quite addictive to most.
Guiding our students through educational work is one aspect of being a teacher, however, the other half is helping them to build their character and understand good morals and values. We must cherish our students for each of their own individual abilities and talents, recognizing that everyone has something different to offer. Not only are the teachers able to teach the students, the students can also teach us something new everyday. These young, fragile minds are so ready to learn, so we should take advantage of it while we have the chance. Works Cited Berk, L.E.
The purpose of education is to prepare a student for life and to discover themselves. As a teacher, I hope to help students not only learn what is required but I hope to make them want to discover more on their own. I want them to want to learn. As for the students, I only expect them to put forth their best efforts and try. Not everyone likes everything and I would not expect someone to.