I enjoy talking, playing, guiding, and caring for them. I don’t want to stifle their promise for doing well in school and life by forcing developmental growth on them. Rather, I want children to learn by doing what they love—play. I want to facilitate their learning in ways that will both pleasurable and appropriate to their level. I want to be someone they will trust, respect and enjoy.... ... middle of paper ... ...arn appropriate behavior by observing teachers accomplishing a task while demonstrating the self-regulation needed to complete it.
This means that I could create other ways for students to communicate without disturbing the classroom. One idea that was reinforced was that as a teacher I want to use non-verbal’s to get an understanding of how my students feel about the material. With an understanding of how the students feel about the material the better you can help student who need the extra help if they feel like they don’t understand the material. Overall, I feel like I am making progress on using that standard. I say this because I feel like I was able to use non-verbal communication pretty effectively to understand how my students felt about the material but I can also improve this my possibility adding in some instructional media to communicate with the student to improve learning.
So I want to be able to be a part of a childcare or to volunteer in schools to have more experience about teaching and interacting with the students. I want to keep loving what I do and not find it as a job that I have to do but something that I enjoy doing. I believe the way I can still learn and grow as a professional is by going to workshops and becoming friend with my fellow teachers and come together to make a better place for our student. To gather and share ideas among each other; we all teachers have one focus which is our students and they should always come first.
It should also be a place where they learn not only subject matter, but how to love and respect each another. Teaching can be a very hard job, but remains a very rewarding career. With education many things can happen. I want to make a difference in a child’s life and help them realize “I can.” I want to teach children to give all they have no matter how tough things may become or how many times they do not succeed. I want to teach them to love everyone and treat them as you would want to be treated.
My Teaching Style Pragmatist teaching style is the best way to describe my style of teaching. I will involve the kids in hands on learning. I want to be an educator because I want to make learning more fun for the children. I also love to work with children. I really like to work with children, and I would like to work with the children to help better them in school.
I believe that school is not only a major tool in the real world battle against ignorance and poverty, but it is also place where dreams come true. I hope to instill creativity, imagination, and fundamental morals that will follow a child throughout his or her life. As a teacher I hope to promote social interaction, encourage, and motivate growth, and have a positive effect on the lives of my students. In today’s society, there are those who take an essentialist point of view, those who prefer navigating our students back to the basic structured principles of reading, writing, and arithmetic. I feel this method creates a robot generation that would be perfectly capable of reciting the Gettysburg Address, but would be unable to discuss the reason it was given.
That’s why I want to be a teacher. Not only because I love being around kids, I just love helping people understand things a whole lot better about their education and their life plan. The history of being a teacher is basically helping kids get better at things that they don’t know. The passing on the culture is also known as enculturation and the learning of social values and behaviors is socialization. History would be the percent of students would be the amount that learn and graduate.
Guiding my students to the correct path, can make students change their minds about their education. Teachers should make their students feel free to express themselves and share their opinions. Giving up our break for our students to encourage the students to feel comfortable in the classroom and opening up their dialogue among others. I believe that students should speak their minds. Inclusion of Diversity a... ... middle of paper ... ...g group works can improve student’s problem solving, reading skills, writing skills, and speaking, and listening skills.
I have chosen his theory and what it entails for this paper because its very interesting and some certain parts of his theory like scaffolding and the zone proximal development were relatable to my experience at my field site. This theorist believed that our minds, cognition, and psychological abilities could be development with mental tools as much our physical tools expand our physical abilities. This concept is called the “tools of the mind”. This is something that can be useful to all educators, tutors, and parents. They can reassure the youth that they should not limit themselves and be all that can be to the best of their abilities.
I desire to be a teacher so I can help children reach their highest potential and encourage them to keep reaching higher. I want to be able to teach children in an interesting, fun, and progressive way. I plan to be a teacher of eclecticism because I feel in order to help children be well rounded individuals we need to give them a well rounded education, that is one structured with various activities. First, I want to teach from some aspects of the progressivism style which focuses on respect for individuality, high regard for science, and learning from experience. I want to teach the children in my classroom to have respect for each other.