A Staff-Staff relationship is important as well. I want to get along with all of my co-workers and be able to go to them if I need advice or help with any of my students. As educators I feel that we all need to stick together so we can help our students become successful and be good role models to them. When my students leave my classroom and they move into society as an adult citizen I want for them to be a positive and successful influence in society. Everyone can be successful no matter where they come from and I want to prove this to my students by impacting them to the point where they strive to become successful and make a difference in the
Creating a list with the most important priorities first, will help sort out your assignments and eliminate stress and feeling overwhelmed. Eliminati... ... middle of paper ... ... do it and moments when you question your capacity to succeed.However, this is typical, however, don't let the questions themselves claim your confidence. In conclusion, There are many things you will need to change and learn about yourself to be a success in college and taking accountability for all that happens while in college, will teach you growth and maturity. Relying on these positive techniques will allow you to accomplish not only being a great student but giving you the tools and exposure to be the best employee after obtaining your dream degree. I believe that most students may be successful in college and that the measure of handwork, devotion, and dedication are the features that divides the students who are effective from the students who are not.
Teachers set expectations for you, and if you are able to achieve them they will be proud of you. Teachers show that they are hard workers and they ingrain in your mind that you should be a hard worker too. You learn in college, that it is okay to contact them for help and in moments when you need inspiration. Teachers teach you to be kind to all, include everyone in your friend group and all of these comes from the Quaker values. Teachers want you to come up to them when you need help and they do not want you to struggle.
I am so appreciative of them, and I want to do for other students what many of my teachers have done for me. That is why, after I obtain, both, my Bachelor and Master degrees, I plan to enter the teaching profession. Jaime Escalante, a great educator, once said, “The teacher gives us the desire to learn, the desire to be Somebody.” As a teacher, my goal will be to show students that each of them can be whatever they want to be, and not only are they capable of being good at what they do, they can be the best. To reach this goal, I must be an effective teacher, which I believe can best be accomplished by teaching in a way that is comfortable for me. Therefore, I will not base my classroom around one single philosophy; I am going to seek comfort by utilizing certain aspects of different educational philosophies, namely essentialism, existentialism, progressivism, and social reconstructionism.
Moreover, Even after they graduate, these habits will stay on and become motivations to help them improve. According to San Diego State University, they know the importance of students’ academic engagement as they provide “Academic Engagement Programs” to enhance and complement students’ academic experience. The programs offer “high impact educational practices to increase students’ interaction and lead to advanced student achievement.” Helping students to get a great attitude toward learning can lead them to other successes later in
My approach to teaching is based on the belief that my purpose at any school is to serve the students. I will focus on the long-term best interests of each student. Serving students begins with respecting them as an individual who can make worthwhile contributions to my learning and others’ learning. This type of respect also leads to taking a personal interest in my students so they know that I value them. Serving students goes beyond just teaching them the facts of economics of how to think and learn.
I hope that after I graduate and become a teacher that I will be someone’s role model or someone a student can come and talk to when they may have a problem and can trust in. As an educator I want to motivate my students to learn. I hope to build their confidence and self-esteem to overcome fears of failure and strive to reach their goals and dreams. There are many reasons why I want to become a teacher, but the main reason would be that I love the feeling of helping someone be the best person they can be. When I think that I would have a part in this process it makes all my efforts worth everything.
A part of motivation is encouragement in telling students how well they accomplished any task and sometimes rewarding the entire class for all good things and effort they put forth. My ultimate goal for my Classroom Management Plan is to model self-discipline by teaching it through my daily actions so that students may be able to self-manage themselves accordingly. The purpose of middle school is to prepare adolescence to become young adults, to help them to develop self-reflective skills that will benefit them in the future, so they can be that college student who aim high to make all A’s and respect themselves as individuals. I want my student to know themselves so they can learn how to handle themselves in all environments (school, home,
Before my students leave they will line up and I will thank them for their presence and tell them all that I look forward to seeing them tomorrow. I realize with Open Court and other needs to meet curriculum standards this sort of classroom seems idealistic. I will just have to explain to my principal that this is what I have to do to feel that I am serving my students properly. I will be a motivated teacher and I hope that I will motivate students to love learning as much as I do.
I believe in showing students that I care about them and their success as well using basic classroom management techniques to create a positive classroom environment. One of my management techniques will support my belief in caring for my students. I believe that showing students that they matter can really go a long way when I want them to do their best and respect me. I believe that showing respect for students, giving feedback, and working with students are three great ways to show students that I care. Showing respect for students is a concept from Alfie Kohn.