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.
In addition, I would like to appear to my students as one of the individuals in their support system and serve as a role model for those in need of a positive figure in t... ... middle of paper ... ...tant to have self- confidence and self-motivation. I feel if you don’t believe in yourself, no one else can make a difference. One’s success is ultimately based on their own self-drive. The student’s responsibilities include completing their homework and classwork, listening to the teacher, engaging in classroom activities and staying focused in class. Throughout the school year, I would like to see my students, grow in all aspects to become an improved student.
My Philosophy of Education Becoming a teacher has always been one of my goals in life. What motivates me to become a teacher is that I love to help and teach children new things in life. I try to do this in a very unique way. I love to see kids happy. I think that being a teacher is a very rewarding job.
Being an idealistic person, I want to be so much for my students; a teacher that shows caring, compassion, a helper with their problems, and a positive role model. After my students leave my classroom, I want them to know more than just a few vocabulary words that they memorized for a test. I want to provide my students with a solid foundation that they can continue to build upon long after they have left my classroom. I never want my students to later struggle to fill in the gaps of their education because I was an inadequate teacher. Above all else, I want to pass on to my students my love and joy for learning, and help them to see that education is the key to their future endeavors.
By interacting with their peers they will learn how to share their ideas, accept others points of view and learn how to develop relationships , which is a very important part of life that will help them to succeed in their careers. I hope that my students leave my class with lots of new information , positive attitudes about learning, confidence and an open mind. ... ... middle of paper ... ...gh teaching and getting a better perceptive on children will make my life a fulfilled one because I will have been blessed by God in being part of a child’s life in a positive way. I want to continue to learn how to be an effective teacher and become an encouraging figure for a child’s life. Teaching is more than instructing or giving information to students.
I think that by being an elementary education teacher I will be living a fulfilling and worthwhile life. I feel that I can make a difference and help shape the lives of our youth. It never occurred to me how extensive the teacher’s education program really was until I started taking my first education class. I thought that my love for children and excitement of working with them was all that I needed to be a successful teacher. While I know those are both still very important, I have learned that I also need much more knowledge about children and teaching.
I want to give them the social skills and communication skills they need in order to be a competitive force. I want to help them grow and reach their full potential. I want them to enjoy school and have fond memories of their early education years. My goal as a teacher is to one day be able to look back and say that I was once one of those teachers who made a difference in someone’s life. I want to be a teacher who not only prepares students for life, but one who, through education, gives a child “life itself.”
And it will be a very important goal for me to help my students succeed any where they go. Being a teacher is something that I've thought about since the first grade. The desire to be a teacher is a different story. It is almost a powerful feeling knowing that I can change the lives of so many students. A child will learn as it grows up, that is a given.
Motivation is what drives us to do the things that we do. It is something that needs to be cultivated in the classroom from the beginning of the year. The teacher needs to understand how each individual child is motivated and what peaks their interest. I will praise the students and make them feel good about themselves. I want each student to know that I care about them and want to do all I can to help them learn and grow.
At the same time, I will develop relationships with my students where they understand that I make the rules in the class and that I am also someone in whom they can confide and whom they can trust. Before developing the curriculum for the year, I will make sure I am more than knowledgeable in the subjects I’ll be teaching. In order to teach my students what they need to know, I must be comfortable and confident in myself and my knowledge base. This confidence is also necessary in order to display to my students the love I will have for what I am teaching. Through my enthusiasm, I hope to impart a love and desire for learning into my students.