Most high school students don’t notice what their classes are really teaching them; until my junior year, I was the same way. I have always liked facing challenges because I love the feeling I get when I overcome them. Becau... ... middle of paper ... ...enefitted from this as it helped improve my well-being. I made sure I was taking advantage of every resource I could so that I could overcome adversity. During this time I felt that I was no longer motivated solely by my grade, but by my attitude towards the class.
The teacher’s attitude can cause the student to care or not to care about the class. Students in some cases are just use to those soft teachers that help them afterschool with work and let them turn in work late and still accept it. Tough teachers are as good as the teachers that are not tough. Students just need to learn to adapt to teachers attitudes. My freshman math teacher was one of the nicest teachers in the whole school and also the smartest.
When people ask me to help them, I am very enthusiastic and give my best to finish the task for them. That’s one of the reason that people always want to make friend with me if they know me. In addition, I am good at resolving conflict because I can understand the situation well and I can use the right reasons to explain to people involved in the conflict to know who is right and who wrong and what the solution is. Therefore, many people have come to me to help them solve conflicts they have with other people. And I have never failed to help them do it.
Since I started helping others, I found that I myself was being helped along the way. With not only my own experiences, I was starting to learn that there was more to living life than simply being able to interact- It all depended upon how you reacted. At first, I thought something was abnormal when my friends had, for the most part, started to come to me for help and advice in things I honestly didn’t understand. But every time one of them came to me, I started to see that talking things over would help them solve problems within their lives or find answers they needed. Without realizing it, I started to enjoy helping my friends figure out their problems.
I always received awards for getting A’s and B’s on my report card and for good behavior. School was difficult for me, but receiving awards motivated me to keep doing my best in academics. Second, as I received these awards, my report card was also sent home. I showed my grades to my parents, and they became very proud of me. My parents knew that I was capable of doing well in school, so they began to expect good grades from me.
Following the suggestions in the reading and watching the videos of successful principals is both stressful and encouraging. When I start something, I want to be the best at it. It’s nice to see this can be accomplished through hard work and surrounding yourself with the best support system possible. As a teacher, I had a tendency to think principals have too much time on their hands, when in reality, it’s the complete opposite. Just because they aren’t in a classroom full of students all day doesn’t mean they’re not just as busy as the rest of us—most of the time—more!
The English classes that I have taken over the course of my years in school have always been greatly enjoyable. Fortunately, I've been lucky to have had amazing teachers, more than eager to aid me in improving my writing. I believe that as far as my writing skills, there is always room for improvement. There will always be another vocabulary word to learn, or a writing style to master. Although I am not necessarily striving for perfection (I don't dream of being the next Mark Twain or F. Scott Fitzgerald), improving my personal best is what I am invariably working towards.
Even though I’m an introvert, I can easily strike up a small-talk conversation and people frequently tell me I’m well-spoken and confident. In stressful situations I’m proactive. Whenever I’ve disclosed the more difficult aspects of my life, people are usually very surprised because I don’t show a lot of that side. I find a lot of comfort in compartmentalizing the different aspects of my life and my relationships with people. Patterns of Relating When it comes to relating to others, I think I’m very good at adapting to different people.
I am always willing to help others and share my knowledge, experience, time and energy with anyone who needs it. I tend to care about people’s feelings and perspectives, as well as trying to understand and connect with them. Some of my main characteristics are being a hard worker, organized and loyal. I prefer planning ahead, as it helps in keeping me less
My teacher Ms.Russell inspires me over time , She taught me the subject that i wasn't good at which was Math. She talked and explained things that made it easy for me to understand. she inspires me because she made something I wasn't any good at doing it better . I feel I could do anything I want if I set my mind to it. Many of my coaches and teacher are my inspiration to do better in life and in school.