After reading the nonfiction book by Torey F Hayden ”The Child, Sheera” I was influenced to be a childhood special education teacher. If I didn’t read her book, I would not consider that I want to be a special education teacher. The author, Torey F Haydan was a specialist of a childhood special education and wrote about her experiences. She had a class for handicapped children and devoted her life to them. She always took care of her students.
Great teachers empathize with kids, respect them, and believe that each one has something special that can be built upon. "- Ann Lieberman. As an aspiring teacher this quote promotes the ambition of mine, as my ultimate goal is to work with child and to become a primary teacher. I very much enjoy being around children and would love to be able to teach them valuable life lessons during their time in primary school in addition to the content of the national curriculum. This will help them grow emotionally and mentally into mature young people and it is this that I want to be a part of.
My relationship with my students will of course be a professional relationship, but also a relationship in which the children will feel comfortable to talk with me about their problems, or just to tell me what their day or weekend was like. I remember when I was in elementary school, that I loved to give my teachers hugs, because I just loved being there everyday. The best teaching style to use in my opinion is derived from essentialism. I like this method the best because the student is given information, uses hard work and discipline, and respects the teacher. I think any teacher would love a student who has been brought up in this philosophy.
Seeing a child after this moment is exceptionally rewarding, because they are typically extremely happy and proud of themselves and that feeling will help them problem solve, build confidence, and face more difficult challenges in the future. Lastly, I want to be a teacher, because education is essential to have in the world we live in today. Getting an education provides people with the skills they need to succeed in life and to achieve their goals. I hope that by becoming a teacher I can help children learn the skill sets that will help them achieve later in life. After my wonderful experience with my silver award project, I have tried to get as much childcare experience as I could to see if this was indeed the right career path for me.
The research reports proven that letting the disabled children along with the normal kids make them competent and cope with their lacunas. 10. It nurtures their talents The special activities at pre-schools like group play, drawing, dance, splash pool, doll making, paper craft masking, etc enlightens the hidden talents of kids. The teachers easily mark out the interest of a child and provide him/her a great scope of development. Early childhood is a significant and stimulating period of a child’s life, when they discover themselves, others, and the world.
In a way, it reminded me of how lucky I am to enroll in such an amazing school that provides an education that requires the students to reveal their true potential in academics. Unlike my original thoughts, I always enjoy having quizzes and tests; sometimes I even think we do not ... ... middle of paper ... ...y unique in comparison to the school years in Lower School. Originally, I expected an incredibly difficult school year that may end up overpowering me; however, I found that I was able to manage and work around the difficulties. I had become accustomed to all of the assignments and the teachers. I had began to truly enjoy the quizzes and tests we have.
In fact, I remember playing teacher for hours on end when I was growing up. I have always loved children and helping others better themselves. I still want to teach for the same reasons, but now I have a more diverse outlook on it. Being a teacher is one of the most direct ways to make an impact not only for a single kid but for the sake of the community. The life lessons you impart
It is so amazing how many lives a teacher must touch. A teacher has the power to reach out and make learning a memorable experience for every child. My main goal is to be a kindergarten or special education teacher. I love working with young children that don't pick up on things as quickly as the others. I love to watch their eyes light up whenever I help them realize that they can do it, too.
This is a definite advantage for the homeschooled child. Homeschooling is growing in popularity because it is the most effective way to educate children. Often the best teachers are those who possess a passion to convey knowledge with a sense of purpose. Parents motivated with a passionate spiritual conviction have a sustained energy for teaching their child more so than a relative stranger of unknown conviction at public school. These parents can generate an infectious enthusiasm about whatever subject they are teaching, a virtue that motivates kids.
This makes me really happy because these kids are allowing me to teach them and they are wanting to learn. Not only do I love working with kids, but at every event, I have volunteered at, people have been so kind. People’s happiness is what drives me to keep volunteering for people of all ages. Whenever volunteering, I forget about all other problems and just focus on the job and making a difference in the people’s life. I am a part of a program at school called Pumas Authentically Connecting.