At the same time, I always have faith in God that he is going to help me, even though I make mistake every day. Education is very important to me because I want to be something for my future and the family that I am going to have. Success doesn’t mean achieving a big price is something that you are proud of. Even if there are obstacle that let you down. My successes are my education, moving out from home, and just being a good person.
Do I have a math Phobia? I would not say that I have a math phobia, because when I understand the math I am doing I really enjoy it. Math is like a puzzle and it is comforting to know that there is one right answer. In high school, however, I was not a fan of math. My math teachers were not the greatest and I had a lot of trouble grasping the concepts, which made me overly anxious for the tests.
I also thought my math was for people who could not do math well, and the people who were in the highest math group were people who were smart, and could easily do math. I always felt judged by my peers as well because I was not in the same group as them. During my high school years my math teacher did take time, and work with the students who wanted extra help on their work. He would not move onto a different topic until everyone knew what they were doing which helped a lot because in my opinion you cann... ... middle of paper ... ...o see where they were with their math skills, and what they needed to work on. Then, last I would like to know what I could do if a child does not want to participate in math because I have found in my previous practicums that if child gets frustrated while trying to do math they will just leave, and go do something else.
With two babies to care for, it was impossible for her to go back to high school full time so she received her G.E.D. She always had hopes of becoming a nurse so she enrolled in community college. By this time she was working and had her own apartment. While going to college she found herself about to raise another baby girl. She continued to attend classes until the last possible moment.
Some including how a man should treat a lady, how I should treat others, how I should behave, and how I should love and pursue a better relationship with God. My dad has shown me what it takes to be a hard worker all the while showing me that you can’t let your work consume you; you have to take the time to work on relationships. I love my dad and know that he loves me and that he will always be there for me. Those are things that I should never take for granted, though, because one day he won’t be there and all I’ll have are memories of him. I am so thankful that I am his daughter.
By the times you fail, by God always having a plan for you, he wants you to get back up and learn from your failure to decrease the likelihood of it occurring again. Always trust the process of the lord as he always has a plan for
In hopes that their kid will survive the real world and pass on their knowledge to their kids and their children and so on. My father has influenced my life in several ways, for staying in my life he has taught me about priorities and responsibilities. When my dad tells me things he does it in a unpleasant voice, he claims that’s just the way he talks but I
I will always rely on my faith and trust in God, which is not a strategy; it’s just my way of life. I believe to be a success at anything I must put God first because when I take Him out of the equation I tend to mess up. In conclusion, though college may be a long road, quitting is not an option. I believe that if I stick to what’s important recognizing the opportunities, staying aware of the challenges and meeting them head on, heeding the advice of my advisors and always having strategies in place I will no doubt excel. I plan to work hard and succeed.
I took some additional time off because now I had two children to feed. After about a year, I began looking for work in the school district. I did not have enough college credit hours to sub so I searched high and low for a paraprofessional position. I came across and administrative assistant position at Twin Creeks and applied, when I was offered the position I was ecstatic and I jumped at the opportunity with no hesitation. Soon after I began my new job, I turned my focus on getting back into school.
No matter what we had she would explain we always had enough to help someone else and I learned humility is key in every situation. From this I began working at age 15 to help pay bills in our home while going to school and remaining in athletics. The qualities learned early on along with support from my mother, I used to fuel my educational career. It was important to me that I attended a higher institution of learning and I knew it had to start while I was in high school. My high school in Las Vegas was a step up educationally from the school I attended in Compton and so I took advantage of the opportunity.